Phine Simms & Company

Phine (Delphine) Simms is the Founder, Principal Consultant, and Vision Champion for Phine Simms & Company, serving a diverse healthcare client base with a passionate commitment to identifying the new business opportunities and excellence in planning and implementation, with specific expertise in telehealth. 

Phine has successfully served as a TeleHealth Architect for the University of California, San Francisco  (UCSF), planning and overseeing a wide range of telehealth solutions within San Francisco County's "urban telemedicine" model. Prop 1D, California's landmark $200 million dollar voter-approved telehealth initiative, helped to start programs serving safety-net primary care clinics in San Francisco County for diabetic retinopathy screening, tele-spirometry, and tele-dermatology. 

As the Project Manager/Trainer for the Alameda County Model eHealth Community, one of only 15 federally-funded pilot telehealth programs in California, Phine developed project management and implementation strategies, program planning, and site partner training  for diverse sites that included Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland, the Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center's Health Services Unit, and a middle school-based health center. 

Phine also gained valuable expertise in secondary data marketing analytics at Veriquest, a pharmaceutical market research consultancy she operated from 1998 - 2007.

Phine has demonstrated a keen grasp for driving business forward. At Phine Simms & Company, we set the bar high.

About Phine Simms.

"It's not just about the technology in health care. It's about the doors to better health that technology opens."

Phine Simms, Founder and Vision Champion

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