Dr. Noel is a clinical researcher, physician and telehealth specialist. She is an appointee to the New York State Department of Health Regulatory Modernization Initiative Telehealth Advisory Committee and serves as the Director of Stony Brook Medicine Telehealth and the Deputy Chief Medical Information Officer. She provides leadership to all telehealth activities of the institution, working to build a telehealth infrastructure in collaboration with all key stakeholders of Stony Brook Medicine (SBM). She leads the Telehealth Workgroup, an interprofessional organization tasked by the Senior Executive Group to create policies and procedures for all medical interventions and services delivered by telehealth. She works collaboratively with telehealth administrative leadership to operationalize telehealth activities addressing clinical, educational and research missions of SBM. She works closely with the Chief Medical Information Officer on telehealth EMR integration, research and Information technology assessment. She also works with the Department of Biomedical Informatics, for which she conducts research incorporating machine learning and precision analytics into readmission risk models. She leads a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the use of telemedicine on 30-day hospital readmissions using biometric monitoring, e-visits, risk stratification and available data from the Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO). Dr. Noel has also developed a medical student and resident educational curriculum on Telemedicine. She developed the course “Docs, Data and Disruptive Technology” and a 40-hour Telehealth curriculum for the School of Medicine. She also works on Interprofessional educational curriculums in Telehealth with the School of Health Technology and Management, The School of Nursing, The school of Pharmacy and the School of Medicine. She has developed a grant-funded Telehealth Opioid and Chronic Pain training module for Internal Medicine Residents.