(TORONTO – May 25, 2021) Hope Air – a national charity providing Canadians in financial need with flights and accommodations to access medical care far from home – announced today the appointment of Rohit Joshi
to the Hope Air Board of Directors.
Rohit is the co-founder and CEO of Brightsquid Secure Communications Corp
., Canada’s leading compliant communications services provider for the health care industry – connecting the entire health care community around each patient. With an extensive background in both medical science and law, Rohit has been at the forefront of patient-centered communication and virtual care. His work includes overcoming privacy barriers to establish digital communication networks between health care providers and patients.
“We are delighted to welcome Rohit to the Hope Air Board of Directors,” said David Garner, Chair of the Board of Directors. “As an entrepreneur working in the rapidly evolving digital health care system, his experience will be invaluable to Hope Air as we evolve our programs and services.”
“I’m excited to share my expertise in digital health to help support patients with Hope Air,” said Rohit Joshi. “Improving access to care for all Canadians, no matter their location, is an important mission that aligns perfectly with our work at Brightsquid and is so necessary for the sustainability of public health care in Canada.”
For more information, contact:
Director, Marketing & Communications
firstname.lastname@example.org | 416.222.6335, x237
About Hope Air
Hope Air is Canada’s only national charity providing free travel and accommodations for Canadians in financial need who must access medical care far from home. Since its inception in 1986, Hope Air has provided more than 155,000 travel arrangements for patients regardless of age or medical need.
For people living on a low income in small and rural communities, distance and cost are very real barriers to them accessing vital medical care. Hope Air is a unique and essential part of our Canadian health care system. Without the access Hope Air provides, our national system of universal health care coverage would fall short of its promise. Hope Air has been chosen as one of Canada’s best 100 charities by Maclean’s magazine, MoneySense magazine and Charity Intelligence based on efficiency, transparency and need.
For more information, visit hopeair.ca
Posted on: May 25 2021