Tiana Zang

About Tiana Zang

Tiana has worked in the healthcare field for over 13 years. Having been the primary caregiver to both her parents until they passed, she has a deep connection and commitment to caring for people with chronic or life-limiting illnesses. Most recently, Tiana founded Sage Hospice and Palliative Care in March of 2013 and, under her leadership, grew it to be the third largest Hospice in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Today, Tiana serves as the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for INVU.
  • Telehealth software and hardware


We are entering the holiday season in unusual times.  Every year, we look forward to Thanksgiving because we can be reunited with family and reconnect with our roots. Most of us will find a way to celebrate for Thanksgiving in 2020, but for many seniors, a family reunion is not an option. 

2020-11-25T15:11:56+00:00November 24th, 2020|
  • COVID-19 Quarantined Elderly Confined to Their Home

INVU: Technology for Supporting Efforts to Manage the Coronavirus

We are here to help. INVU can connect those quarantined with healthcare providers and government officials via a HIPAA compliant suite of tools including video conferencing. The INVU solution supports caring for, monitoring and tracking all quarantined individuals. With INVU, healthcare providers and government officials are assured that ONLY accurate information is disseminated.

2020-11-24T19:46:46+00:00March 12th, 2020|
  • Rural hospice care doctors spend more time on the road than they do with patients.

Tools for Rural Hospice and Palliative Care

Rural palliative and hospice is difficult. With patients spread out over a large geographic region, your care team may spend more time in the car in between patients than they actually spend with the patients. This presents two fundamental problems for rural hospices...

2020-03-12T20:56:16+00:00February 7th, 2020|
  • Wayne Gretzky Quote - Skate Where the Puck is Going

Dealing with Uncertainty

In healthcare, we know change is coming. You can ignore this future, or you act on it. We know that the carve-in will be detrimental to hospices in general. The future may be grim, with the right technology, the future is bright! Tech can help your hospice outshine your competitors, maximize reimbursements, and multiply your workforce.

2020-03-12T20:54:07+00:00February 4th, 2020|
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