Zoi has been involved with telemedicine since 2002. Currently, she is the Program Manager for the Great Plains Telehealth Resource and Assistance Center (gpTRAC), one of the regional telehealth resource centers which is part of the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers, within the Institute for Health Informatics at the University of Minnesota.
Prior to gpTRAC, Zoi was the Project Manager for the Minnesota Telehealth Network. Zoi directed this program from its infancy to its maturity. Her dedication, determination, and passion for delivering Health Information Technology services, her commitment to serving the community, and her skill in solving problems efficiently and effectively, resulted in the development and implementation of the largest telemedicine program in Minnesota and Northeast North Dakota.
Zoi serves as a Board member at the Greater Minnesota Telehealth Broadband Initiative (GMTBI) one of the original FCC pilot programs. In 2009, Zoi and Marshall Hoff received the Video Champion Innovation award, from Tandberg, for her telemedicine application at the Minnesota State fair which she started in 2002.
Zoi holds a Masters degree in Health Informatics from the University of Minnesota, whose research work emphasizes telemedicine, and a Bachelors degree in Political Science with a minor in Public Relations from Panteios University in Athens, Greece.
- Telemedicine Challenges & Lessons Learned
- Telehealth awareness through Public Service activities
- Teledentistry in the Great Plains region