Chicago Entrepreneur Joins NSBA Leadership Council – World News Report

Chicago Entrepreneur Joins NSBA Leadership Council – World News Report

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Timothy Kelly, CEO of TeleRay, has been appointed to the NSBA Leadership Council.

As a small business owner, it’s extremely important to get involved in protecting policy when it comes to laws and regulations that affect America’s backbone.”

— Timothy Kelly

CHICAGO, Illinois, USA, September 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Timothy Kelly, CEO TeleRay, recently joined the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Board of Governors. The NSBA is the nation’s oldest non-partisan small business advocacy organization. Mr. Kelly, a recognized leader in the small business community, is joining the NSBA Leadership Council along with other small business advocates from across the country as they work to advance small business interests to policy makers in Washington, DC.

“As a small business owner, it’s extremely important to be involved in protecting policy when it comes to laws and regulations that affect America’s backbone,” Mr. Kelly said. “Joining the NSBA Leadership Council will allow me to deliver our collective small business message to the people who need to hear it most: Congress.”
Born and raised in the Chicago area, while at TDK, Mr. Kelly expanded the use of CDs and DVDs as an exchange format for X-ray data in the Americas and the European Community. After leaving TDK, he founded his own radiology data logging company, Nautilus Medical, to develop medical recording software. During this time, Mr. Kelly applied his experience with CD-based health information to develop a new business model for distributing key information on a platform for healthcare professionals that incorporates patient information from disparate EMR systems as a complete patient profile. for exchange. After Nautilus, he created TeleRay as a medical communications platform that integrates image management, storage, results, and patient data through a telemedicine network. TeleRay allows for personal consultation while reviewing images and results to obtain agreement with a better understanding, resulting in better results.

Mr. Kelly has joined the NSBA Governing Board as part of his efforts to address many of the critical issues facing small businesses, including tax reform, regulatory caps, health care costs, and how access to capital will impact small businesses. The NSBA Governing Board is focused on providing valuable networking among small business advocates across the country while securing a seat for small business representatives at the negotiating table as Congress and regulators consider key small business proposals.

“I am proud to have Tim Kelly on our Governing Body,” said NSBA President and CEO Todd McCracken. “He has come to us with a high recommendation and I look forward to our coordinated efforts for years to come.”

To learn more about the NSBA Governing Body, visit the website www.nsba.biz

About TeleRay: TeleRay is a technology leader with the only radiology telemedicine platform for managing and distributing medical images and patient information. We offer the safest platform for interactive consultation while viewing images, reports, while still seeing each other, including family members or multi-person call specialists. TeleRay is widely recognized as the most reliable and advanced platform on the market with many patents registered at the best price. With over 3000 users and 70% of the top 50 medical centers including Cleveland Clinic, Cedars-Sinai, Harvard, Cornell, Columbia, Northwestern, Shriners, Barnes-Jewish, Beth Israel, UPMC, UPENN, NY Presbyterian and many more other. more. can be found in over 30 countries.

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