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Executive Producer Jon Lindgren is a 30-year broadcast producer, an award-winning filmmaker, director, and a successful creative marketing executive. He founded Lindgren Media formally ViaMedia, an advertising agency, and video production company, in 1995. He has garnered industry awards for his creative accomplishments including a 2005 Tribeca Short Film Festival for his short film, An Everyday Hero, won first place. His clients have included the national networks, ABC, CBS, NBC, A&E, ESPN, Fox Southwest Sports, PBS and The Discovery Channel, Sportsmen, and Versus Channel.
In 2015, he founded Recovery Network & Broadcast Systems, a patient education platform that is an internal broadcast system for hospitals that empowers patients for better recovery. It is the first IPTV broadcast system designed specifically for hospitals to educating patients at the bedside, promoting service standards in break-rooms, and generate additional revenue for new broadcast equipment.
Founder of DIREC Educational Programming, a 501c3 non-profit organization which provides, develops and distributes educational broadcast programming for hospitals, schools, and the general public.
If anyone knows that today’s health care system is in trouble and in need of change, it's nurses. This is why so many take some form of an advocacy role in order to influence a change in policies, laws, or regulations that govern the industry.
The official kick-off of the Texas Nurses Association District 9 Nurses special broadcast feature started with a group meeting of about 20 TNA research volunteers and three project chairs to include Lisa Boss, Jackie Stout, and Juliana Brixey.