Telehealth Mini Series: Discussing the impact on Psychiatric Telehealth during Covid-19 with Iris Telehealth

October 13, 1:00pm, CDT - 2:00pm, CDT

Share with our audience the importance and impact of telehealth around psychiatry in the era of Covid-19.


Dr. Tom Miliam: 

Dr. Tom Milam manages our team of clinicians and guides them in telemedicine and industry best practices. He received his undergraduate degree from WVU in Anthropology, graduating summa cum laude, and received his M.D. from the University of Virginia. His residency training in psychiatry took place at Duke and UVA. Dr. Milam has served in a leadership role throughout his psychiatric career and spearheaded the telepsychiatry initiative at his previous hospital. Dr. Milam is also an ordained Episcopalian priest and got his Master of Divinity Degree from Yale. He is a fan of various sports and traveling with his wife and four children. In his free time, he enjoys DIY projects, “honey-do” lists, and driving his convertible sports car.

Adam Hemmen:

Adam brings an outside perspective to Iris Telehealth and focuses on the day-to-day operations of our company. He graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in Business Administration, with a focus on International Business and Leadership Studies.  Before working for Iris, Adam specialized in helping small to mid-sized businesses develop strategic growth plans. He has held a variety of positions, such as consulting to sales and marketing, and owning and operating a chain of frozen yogurt stores. According to Adam, it was delicious. He has a knack for business and a love for telemedicine. When Adam is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, and quoting random Seinfeld lines.



Discussing the impact on Psychiatric Telehealth during Covid-19 with Iris Telehealth.