It’s been inspiring to watch the American Telemedicine Association meeting grow every year. ATA has been meeting since 1994, and now is the premier forum for healthcare professionals and entrepreneurs in the telemedicine, telehealth and mHealth space. ATA 2013 will be their largest meeting ever, with even more presentations, more exhibits and more networking opportunities.
The world-class, peer reviewed program includes 500 educational sessions and posters, highlighting the latest innovations, applications and delivery models in telemedicine.
If you go, look for me. I’ll be giving a Tuesday morning, May 7, panel presentation called, “Noteworthy Initiatives Influencing National Licensure in Telehealth Practice.” My co-panelists will be Rene Quashie, JD of the Robert J. Waters Center for Telehealth and eHealth Law (CTeL) and the State Representative from Massachusetts, Dan Winslow. Mr. Winslow will be discussing his proposal to ease access and reduce medical costs, which was passed by the Massachusetts House of Representatives in June of 2012. See details of that proposal here.
The ATA 2013 exhibit hall hosts nearly 300 leading vendors with groundbreaking remote healthcare technologies and services. (That’s where I’ll be found when not presenting!) And, with over 6000 projected attendees, there’s no better place to meet and network with your peers and thought leaders in the field. Join me, and let me know that you’ll be there by sending a note to me through the ATA Hub if you are a member of ATA, or through my own Contact Center, here.