Wednesday, December 8, 2021 – Arlington, VA – Today, the Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA) is pleased to announce the results of their election to select the 2022 DTA Board of Directors. Two new members, Everett Crosland and Julia Strandberg, were elected by DTA members to serve on the Board along with current and re-elected Board members.
The 2022 DTA Board of Directors:
The Board of Directors supports DTA’s work to transform global healthcare by advancing digital therapeutics (DTx) and provides critical guidance related to the strategy and direction of the organization.
“Throughout DTA’s history, we have been fortunate to be represented by some of the most exceptional and pioneering leaders in the industry,” said Andy Molnar, DTA’s Chief Executive Officer. “Their efforts established a strong foundation and tremendous momentum. We are excited to work with this Board to continue that growth and provide patients and caregivers, clinicians, policymakers, and healthcare decision makers with reliable resources to meaningfully integrate DTx products into practice.”
DTA’s Board has set the strategic vision for the following global initiatives and will be instrumental in ensuring their successful execution:
Debra Reisenthel, Chair of the DTA Board of Directors, shares, “DTA membership has grown more than 75% since the beginning of this year. The increasingly diverse Alliance includes representatives from 17 countries and 5 continents, thus making the Board’s role that much more critical in providing strong leadership. We have accomplished a lot on behalf of our members to date and I am excited to work with this Board to accomplish our 2022 strategic priorities.”
The Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA) is a global non-profit trade association of industry leaders and stakeholders with the mission of broadening the understanding, adoption, and integration of digital therapeutics into healthcare. DTA works to enable expanded access to high quality, evidence-based digital therapeutics for patients, clinicians, and payors in order to improve clinical and health economic outcomes. To learn more, please visit: www.dtxalliance.org or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.