Anytime Pediatrics is a part of Anytime Telehealth, a company committed to connecting patients to the healthcare providers they trust most – at any time and from anywhere – using its simple, affordable telehealth software solution.
Anytime Pediatrics and Anytime Telehealth were founded in 2016 and 2018, respectively, by Dr. Mick Connors, MD, a long-time pediatrician and father of four. With more than 30 years in healthcare, including leadership roles at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, Mick has long understood the undeniable value of an individual’s relationship with his or her primary care physician, and a family’s relationship with their pediatrician. It was this understanding that inspired him to create a solution … a connector… to help ensure patients could access quality healthcare when they needed it, from their computer or mobile device, with their preferred physician, and at a price they understand and can afford. In this, Anytime Pediatrics and Anytime Telehealth were born.
Our Leadership Team
President & CEO
Marty Callahan has more than 25 years of executive leadership and demonstrated organizational performance in the healthcare industry. He has held senior executive positions during that time; notably with TransUnion, President of Healthcare Markets at RevSpring, and most recently President and Chief Executive Officer at Anytime Pediatrics. He brings operational, business development, sales, marketing, strategic thought and leadership expertise to fuel organizational growth and customer relationship expansion.
Marty has extensive knowledge of data management, predictive analytics, decisioning systems, business process automation, payment processing, and patient engagement execution. He is recognized as an industry leader with many published articles, industry speaking engagements and has authored the book “Reinventing Revenue Cycle Management – Delivering Next-Level Patient Experiences”.
Co-Founder and COO
Chief Operating Officer Angie Connors is a seasoned healthcare technology and medical administration leader. Prior to co-founding Anytime Telehealth in 2016, she worked for McKesson in financial sales support, where she analyzed hospital usage of billing and coding requirements. She also previously served Connecticut Children’s Hospital, where she was the first business lead responsible for providing coordinated leadership across four departments, serving as the primary point of contact for physicians and practices, and working to ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction – while operating within budget and meeting all performance standards.
Prior to these positions, Angie spent more than 10 years with IBM, where she served in sales, marketing, and channel management in the education, healthcare, and government sectors. She was also the business manager for an entrepreneurial medical practice, where she was responsible for all areas of the practice’s front- and back-office operations, including contract negotiations, billing, collections, scheduling, and office management.
Angie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Saint Mary’s College. She is excited to provide operational, sales, and marketing leadership to Anytime Telehealth – helping physicians nation-wide expand and improve access to high-quality, convenient, cost-effective pediatric care.
Mick Connors, M.D., is passionate about children and improving access to the specialized, high-quality pediatric care they deserve. A practicing pediatric emergency physician, he has more than 20 years of clinical and leadership experience. He is also a proven entrepreneur, who is driven to foster solutions that improve care, while encouraging financial sustainability and growth for providers. “My diverse career experiences and belief in the power of delivering the right care to the right patient at the right time fueled the creation of Anytime Pediatrics,” Mick says. “Our model delivers value for both the physician and patient through the connectedness it creates.”
Prior to co-founding Anytime Telehealth and Anytime Pediatrics in 2016, Mick served Children’s Hospital at TriStar Centennial in Nashville and Connecticut Children’s Medical Center in Hartford, where he was, first, Associate Director, Division of Pain Medicine, and then Chief, Service Lines and Clinical Integration. Mick also spent 15 years with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital in Knoxville as a pediatric emergency physician and as President, Pediatric Analgesia and Sedation Specialists, PLLC.
Mick received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Virginia and completed his pediatric residency at Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati. He also completed Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowships with Children’s Hospital Medical Center Cincinnati and Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. In addition, Mick is a member of the American Telemedicine Association, the American College of Physician Executives, the Society for Pediatric Sedation, and the Academic Pediatric Association. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.