GO 2 CARE is founded by Tammy Richmond MS, OTR/L, FAOTA and brings together an innovative, online therapy solution to the rehabilitation industry.
Tammy Richmond, MS OTR/L, FAOTA is a leading expert in clinical rehabilitation and wellness services with over 30 years of experience. She is a consultant in practice operations and management, and an entrepreneur and leader in advancing emerging practice areas, including telehealth. Ms. Richmond’s interest in telehealth began in 2008. Since that time, her name has become synonymous with telerehabilitation as she is a recognized leader in this emerging area. She has co-authored national and international standards and guidelines and spearheaded policy initiatives to facilitate telehealth adoption and reimbursement.
Ms. Richmond is an innovator of administrative and clinical management and is the author of a best-selling practice management textbook. She has authored 20 professional publications, has given over 100 professional presentations, and is an educator at a leading teaching institution, the University of Southern California, Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, (USC).
Ms. Richmond is a recognized expert and mentor in private practice, entrepreneurship, marketing, reimbursement, and policy. She has dedicated the last 15 years to volunteer leadership and service in state and national professional organizations including the Occupational Therapy Association of California (OTAC), the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA).
Ms. Richmond also serves on several organization committees and professional workgroups including; OTAC Policy, Practice and Reimbursement Committee, AOTA Telehealth Ad Hoc Committee, ATA Telerehabilitation Special Interest Group (incoming Chair), American Medical Association Telehealth Coding Workgroup, and past UnitedHealth/OPTUM Professional Advisory Council.
For fun, Ms. Richmond serves on the advisory team for two other telehealth start-ups; MFaST, a 3D ROM measurement tool and PersonalRN, m-health patient population post- acute monitoring tool.