Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida - November 4, 2013 - In just fourteen (14) short months, Dr
Connection Benefits has contracted with entities and organizations representing an
audience of 3.8 million americans that will be using telemedicine services through DrCB’s
varied telemedicine provider relationships, once all programs have launched by the end of
This rapid growth has prompted the addition of four new partners and twelve new Direct
Sales Associates. This in concert with over 1200 producers contracted through key
insurance agencies and benefit consultants, has positioned DrCB as a major production
player and trusted expert in the telemedicine space.
New partners Edwin Roberson and Charles Bell, Sr carry significant healthcare
relationships and experience. Mr Roberson recently served as chairman of Methodist
LeBonheur Healthcare. Prior to that, Edwin spent 21 years in the international accounting
firm KPMG before joining Conwood Company in 1992 as CFO. Mr. Roberson was later
named President of Conwood LLC where, among other duties, was actively engaged in
overall business operations, strategic planning, governmental and legislative affairs at the
state and Federal level.
Mr. Bell began his career in the early 1970's when he and his partner founded Westside
Communications. During his tenure at Westside Communications he and his partner built
the company from a two-man operation to a multimillion-dollar business serving nine
southeastern states and more than 125 hospital customers. He founded Wescom a
healthcare technology company and led the development of a patient-centric common
path communications platform. In 2006 he rebranded Wescom as Intego Systems, Inc.
Currently over 300 hospitals across the country are using this technology.
New Sales Associates (NSA’s) include Matt Jones (President and Chief Executive Officer of
Enterprise Venture, TX), and Mark Humme of St. Louis, Missouri. For more information on all DrCB Partners and NSA’s, go to www.drconnectionbenefits.com