Get ready to explore the evolving health care delivery experience at ATA19.

We are on the brink of massive changes in the delivery of health care services. An unprecedented wave of new modalities, applications, and technologies are being unleashed into the marketplace that will redefine the consumer experience—and demand for virtual care services is steadily increasing. 

As the system evolves and consumers embrace their power to gauge, understand, and manage their health through telehealth, it’s up to providers and delivery systems to adapt to make great choices for their clients.

At ATA annual conferences, healthcare professionals and leaders from an array of healthcare and technology sectors unite to discover ways to make great choices for their organizations, the industry, and more importantly—the consumers. Attendees innovate, network, and return to their organizations with actionable insights, long-lasting connections, and new approaches to creating better solutions, outcomes and lower healthcare costs. 

Don’t miss ATA19 April 14–16, 2019 in New Orleans!

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Registration, Call for Submissions, and Award Nominations are now OPEN !


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Key Telemedicine Topics

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Augmented Reality
  • Chronic Care
  • Cultural Change
  • Data-Driven Outcomes
  • Design and Outcomes
  • Leadership/Strategy
  • Legal/Policy/Regulatory
  • Military/Veterans
  • Patient Engagement
  • Payment Reimbursement
  • Research/Outcomes
  • Technology
  • Telepresence/Robotics
  • Value Based Care

Who Attends ATA Conferences?

  • Academic/Research/Education Institution
  • C-Suite/Executive Management
  • Clinician/Nurse
  • Financial/Legal/Investor
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Military/Government
  • Physician
  • Policy/Government Relations