February 24, 2024
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InTouch Health to celebrate opening of Goleta headquarters


Telehealth developer InTouch Health will celebrate the grand opening of its new corporate headquarters at 7402 Hollister Ave. in Goleta on Jan. 31.

The new facility includes an advanced technology “innovation center” that showcases medical care delivery solutions via robotics and cloud-based networks.

InTouch created the world’s first robotic telehealth system shortly after its founding in 2004. The company has grown to employ more than 150 employees in the region and 200 globally.

InTouch appointed Joseph DeVivo as the new CEO to replace former CEO Dr. Yulun Wang, the company announced in July.

In 2017, the company expects to complete 270,000 telehealth consultations in more than 1,600 health care facilities around the world.

• Contact Alex Kacik at akacik@pacbiztimes.com.