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ATA2021 Delivers Insights, Best Practices And Innovations To Catalyze Change


25th Annual American Telemedicine Association (Virtual) Conference and Expo, Tuesdays/Thursdays in June

The American Telemedicine Association's 25th Annual Conference and Expo features a lineup of newsmakers, thought leaders and visionaries set to take the virtual stage at ATA2021. Some of the conference highlights include:

Opening Keynote: Lessons Learned from 2020 Provide a Springboard for Increased Telehealth Adoption (June 1, 11:10-11:30am EST)

  • Joe Kvedar, MD, ATA Chair of the Board; Mass General Brigham

Did We Cover Better Aligning Virtual Care with Employers and Consumers (June 3, 1:40-2:00pm EST)

  • Glen Tullman, Transcarent
  • Bertha Coombs, CNBC

Payer Incentive: Expanding Telehealth Adoption (June 8, 1:40-2:00pm EST)

  • Sree Chaguturu, MD, CVS/Caremark
  • Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, Humana

Employers as Catalysts for Telehealth (June 8, 1:10-1:40pm EST)

  • Kate Brown, Mercer
  • Ted Schwab, Strategist, Entrepreneur, Digital Healthcare Expert
  • Jason Parrott, Boeing

Paths to Bridging Gaps in the Digital Divide and Health Equity (June 10, 1:40-2:00pm EST)

  • Sylvia Romm, MD, MPH, FAAP, Cityblock Health
  • Maia Hightower, University of Utah Health
  • Silas Buchanan, Institute for eHealth Equity
  • Alexis McGill Johnson, Planned Parenthood Foundation of America

MeCare: The Engaged Consumer Changing the Journey of Health and Care (June 15, 12:10 -12:40pm EST)

  • Karsten Russell-Wood, Philips
  • Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Health Populi
  • Manish Wadhwa, MD, FACC, FHRS, BioTelemetry

On the Road to Hybrid: Opportunities & Challenges for Virtual First Organizations (June 15, 11:10-11:45am EST)

  • Don Jones, IMPACT (moderator)
  • Sameer Berry, MD, OSHI Health
  • P. Nelson Le, Humana
  • Dana Udall, Ginger

Health Equity in Clinical Trials through Virtualization & Decentralization of Trials (June 17, 12:40-1:30pm EST)

  • Grace Cordovano, PhD, Board Certified Patient Advocate
  • Ricki Fairley, TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance
  • Maria Harrison, PRA Health Sciences
  • Chevon Rariy, MD, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (moderator)

State Telemedicine Law & Policy: 2021 and Beyond (June 24, 12:40-1:10pm EST)

  • Claudia Tucker, Teladoc Health (moderator)
  • Quinn Shean, Tusk Strategies
  • Nate Lacktman, Foley and Lardner; ATA Business & Finance Special Interest Group
  • Stuart Portman, U.S. Senate Committee on Finance

* All content available On Demand for registered attendees.

Telehealth: Enabling Flexible, Inclusive and Contemporary Care Delivery

This year's theme, Telehealth: Enabling Flexible, Inclusive and Contemporary Care Delivery, builds upon the lessons learned during the COVID-19 public health emergency, identifies the challenges and opportunities of today's new realities, and convenes the individuals, organizations and decision-makers needed to cement the gains made to establish telehealth as a care modality in a modernized healthcare system.

GENERAL REGISTRATION: For more information or to register, please visit the ATA2021 website for details and easy online registration.


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