InSight Executive Team

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Geoffrey Boyce

Chief Executive Officer

Geoffrey Boyce is the Chief Executive Officer of the CFG Health Network’s InSight Telepsychiatry. Since 2008, Boyce has advocated for the appropriate use and value of telepsychiatry and has developed unique telemedicine programs within areas of greatest need. Boyce is an active participant in telemedicine advocacy, education and reform initiatives, regularly interacting with state and local healthcare regulators and administrators. In April 2017, he received the Industry Leader Award from the American Telemedicine Association. Each year, this award is presented to an individual or company that has made significant contributions to the advancement of telemedicine at federal, state and international levels. He also serves on the advisory board of directors for the Mid-Atlantic Telehealth Resource Center (MATRC). Boyce frequently speaks about the potential of telemedicine and the best practices for establishing new programs. Boyce holds an MBA from Terry College of Business at UGA with a focus on entrepreneurship and business planning.

 

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Chief Financial Officer

As the Chief Financial Officer for InSight, Paul Olson brings with him nearly two decades of experience in advising healthcare organizations in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets transactions and corporate finance. He is passionate about supporting the behavioral health community and serves on the Board of Directors of Search for Change, a non-profit organization that provides supported housing to individuals transitioning from behavioral health facilities to independent living. Olson holds an MBA in Finance from Columbia Business School and a BSBA in Accounting from Georgetown University and he is a Certified Public Accountant.

 

Shawn Ball

Chief Operations Officer

As the Chief Operating Officer for InSight, Shawn Ball oversees InSight’s external operations, internal operations, human resources and talent teams. Ball has extensive experience in the telepsychiatry industry, strategic planning, financial planning and analysis, change management and account management. He has a strong ability to lead strategic business development initiatives from conception to implementation and understands the technical aspect of business to drive key performance metrics. Additionally, Shawn is passionate about people and is on the Board of Directors for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), an organization that supports and promotes court appointed advocates for abused and neglected children and actively participates in other community organizations. Ball has held leadership positions with organizations such as Dell, Motorola and JSA Telepsychiatry. He holds an MBA from Baylor University and a BBA from Texas A&M University.