Joseph M. Monsour, jr.
Founder & chief executive officer
Mr. Monsour has decades of professional experience in business development and technology integration which allows him to stand out among his peers in the design, delivery, and support of telehealth solutions. Most recently, as founder and CEO of eMD Telehealth Solutions, Joe is responsible for fortifying strategic partnerships, merges & acquisitions, revenue cycles, and marketing. His hands-on approach is gaining quick, international visibility for eMD Telehealth Solutions making them an unmatched solutions provider in the telehealthcare arena.
Previously, Joe was vice president and equity partner at Universal Solutions, a start-up interconnect company, which specialized in sales and service of communications solutions for voice/data hardware and software. As a business partner of AVAYA Communications, he grew the business to a $54M organization and was awarded AVAYA Business Partner of the Year in 1999 and 2000, GSA Partner of the Year in 1999, Catalyst-Telcom Partner of the Year in 2000, and ranked 20th Fastest Growing Private Companies by INC 500 Magazine in 2001.
Additionally, in the early years of telephony and communications, Joe advanced through the ranks of AT&T in positions ranging from Regional Sales Manager and Hybrid Data Wholesale Account Manager to Global Accounts Manager and Major Markets Account Executive. These years afforded Joe the opportunity to build a vast network of quality business relationships locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
Currently, Joe serves on the board of Monsour Group, LLC, a private company with holdings in various capacities, such as construction management, start-ups and turnarounds, real estate development, telecommunications, hospitality, and healthcare. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Northwestern State University and has extended education and certifications from Harvard University and the Wharton School of Business.
douglas k. terrell
chief technical officer
Mr. Terrell began his professional career in 1986 as an electronics technician in the U.S. Navy where he served abroad the USS George C. Marshal SSBN 654 nuclear submarine. After serving our country, he received degrees in Cardiopulmonary Science and Sociology from LSU Health Science Center and subsequently acted as Chief Operations Officer of Wellnecessities/Vital Sleep Diagnostics for over 11 years.