Your Team of Telehealth Providers

Our team of telehealth providers is our most valuable asset

In an industry where technology automates and offers immediacy, the human touch is that much more important. Why? Because people affect every aspect of the healthcare industry.

Telehealth providers are no different. We’re the behind-the-scenes team making the entire system work from beginning to end. We’re here to make sure everyone saves time, money and improves their overall health.

Avery Telehealth is an honest, reliable company with a straightforward vision. Behind the company is a human touch so desperately needed in a digital world. This is the team hard at work to make sure you get the most out of your telehealth.

Mark Aspenson

Chief Executive Officer

Mark Aspenson, CEO of Avery Telehealth, which is part of the Avery Group, a privately held multimillion dollar healthcare company that started in 2003 and based in Scottsdale, AZ. Mark is an expert in the area of readmissions, care transition planning and telehealth. He has been published in HFM Magazine and often speaks nationally on these topics.

Mark was recognized as one of the top 35 entrepreneurs 35 and under. He is cofounder of the Summit Group for top performers. Mark also serves on the Board of Directors for Interior Systems International, and is an active member of the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP).

Donna Miller

Customer Care Coordinator

Donna Miller has been providing customer services since she was 16 years old. A graduate of Arizona State University with degree in Business Communications prepared her for successful careers in the utility, airline and healthcare industries.

Her role with Avery Telehealth combines her passion for working with the elderly and disabled as well as her desire to provide first class customer service and organizational skills. In her spare time she also loves volunteering for Special Olympics, which is both rewarding and challenging.