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Smart Meter CEO Appointed To AT&T Healthcare Executive Advisory Council

January 25, 2024

Smart Meter, the number one supplier of cellular remote patient monitoring devices and data, is pleased to announce that its CEO, Casey Pittock, has been appointed to the AT&T Healthcare Executive Advisory Council (HEAC). The HEAC is comprised of leaders from healthcare enterprise firms who are at the C Suite level of their organization and responsible for setting global networking strategy priorities. The council collaborates as a group to guide AT&T’s senior executives on global business and healthcare topics of mutual strategic interest.

“Being appointed to the AT&T HEAC is a prestigious honor for Smart Meter and reflects the importance of monitoring people’s health remotely with cellular technology,” Pittock said. “Smart Meter works exclusively with AT&T because of their leadership in healthcare telecommunications and impeccable reputation, and our relationship continues to expand, enabling us to provide fast, reliable, and secure vital sign data so healthcare professionals can make better-informed care decisions.”

The HEAC plays an integral role in helping to shape AT&T’s strategy for developing products and services. Feedback from the HEAC may influence investment priorities and key marketing initiatives, enabling AT&T to refine its business direction to align with its clients’ business challenges and opportunities more directly. Council members also have a unique opportunity for peer-to-peer networking, sharing best practices, and gaining knowledge on leading-edge technology strategies.

“Smart Meter is one of the most innovative and fastest growing companies we work with,” said Joe Drygas, VP of AT&T Government, Education, and Healthcare. “We are pleased to have Smart Meter join our Healthcare Executive Advisory Council. Their leadership in cellular remote monitoring will bring added value to the Council.”

Before joining Smart Meter, Pittock was the founder and CEO of Udex Software, a cloud platform for the home health industry. Previously, he was President and CEO of Tunstall Americas, the US division of Tunstall Healthcare Group, the world’s largest medical alarm provider. He served as CEO at two health tech start-ups and led sales at BAM Labs, the technology powering smart beds. Pittock was also the founder and CEO of TelCARE Systems, which was acquired by Lifeline, and subsequently by Philips Electronics North America. Over a twenty-five year career the products and services his companies delivered have helped millions of people better manage their health.

About Smart Meter, LLC

Smart Meter is the trusted supplier of Remote Patient Monitoring (“RPM”) solutions. We empower a nationwide network of SmartPartnersTM who are working directly with healthcare providers to transform patient care. Millions of vital health data readings are reliably delivered across our platform to enable real-time, better-informed health care. Our proprietary patient-friendly cellular FDA-registered monitoring devices are connected to an exclusive AT&T 4/5G network to ensure an engaging patient experience for improved adherence. For more information, visit