Dr. Aditi Joshi is an experienced Emergency Medicine Physician and telehealth expert working on improving healthcare through technology. Through over 6 years of working in Telemedicine on both a startup and academic hospital, she has a keen interest in making technology palatable and effective for both patients, providers, and health care systems. Dr. Joshi is Medical Director of JeffConnect, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's on-demand telemedicine program and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. Her position is multi-faceted in telehealth: working in operations, quality assurance, provider training, resident and medical education and implementing new programs and use cases for telehealth. Prior to Jefferson, she worked at a telemedicine startup, learning barriers in uptake, marketing and business development. She has seen 10,000 patients over this modality, picking up tips and tricks for doing a history, exam and improved patient counseling and disposition. She is also co-director of the Digital Health Scholarly Inquiry Track at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, teaching medical students how digital health technologies will influence their careers. She currently serves at the Chair-Elect for the Telehealth committee of the American College of Emergency Physicians, a national role to help expand the role of telehealth within the specialty. She completed her residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and has a Masters in International Health Policy from the London School of Economics.