Liz Greenberg, PhD, RN-BC, C-TNP, is a nationally recognized leader in the field of Telehealth Nursing. A nurse for 24 years, she has extensive experience in telehealth nursing practice, management, and research. For over 13 years Liz has practiced, studied, published, and presented in the field of Telehealth and ambulatory care nursing. Specific practice experiences include telephone triage nursing in multi-specialty pediatric and OB/GYN ambulatory care clinics.

Liz has also worked as manager of a regional after-hours telephone triage service. Management responsibilities included daily operations, staff education and development, quality assurance and fiscal accountability. Over 90 providers from individual offices, group practices, and organizations subscribed to this service, which addressed the health needs of 250,000 patients of all ages. Liz is currently part-time faculty at Northern Arizona University School of Nursing.

Liz began her career with an Associate Degree in Nursing Science. While working as a RN she progressed to a BSN and then on to a Master’s of Science in Nursing. She has numerous presentations and publications based on her thesis research, Evaluation of an Established Telephone Triage Program. In 2005, Liz received her doctorate in Nursing. Her studies and dissertation research focused on the process of care delivery over the telephone. She is currently working toward disseminating those results through publications and presentations. Liz holds national certification in Telephone Nursing Practice and is a member of American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau.