It’s the world’s largest telehealth innovation & networking event. Capitalize on the opportunity to showcase your products and services in front of thousands and thousands of ATA 2017 attendees. View our featured areas below and simply contact us to check on availability or to learn more.
In the Simulation Showcase, participants will walk through a guided tour of four areas to learn how telemedicine services are best utilized in environments where they are often provided. We connect the dots for you to showcase interoperability of technology in the ICU, the ER, the doctor’s office, and the Senior Living facility. Each tour will last roughly 15 minutes and you can ask questions of the providers afterwards. There will be 11 tours over the course of ATA 2017: Telehealth 2.0.
There is no fee, yet a reservation is required to tour this area. Click here to be notified when tour times are open.
ATA 2017: Telehealth 2.0 will feature over 50 ePosters that will showcase studies in the area of telemedicine. The ePosters are timely and contain innovative information and finding on research, case studies, practices and approaches in telehealth. Ask questions and share experiences with the presenters in a truly interactive session! ePosters will be on display in the Experience Zone located in the exhibit hall beginning on Sunday, April 23 – 25, 2017 during designated times
Hot Topic Round Tables Discussion
This area will also feature Hot Topic Roundtables, namely facilitated discussions that focus on current issues in an informal setting. Meet with industry colleagues and peers as you learn, challenge, support, and share your views opinions, experiences, and/or interests. Have an idea for a Hot Topic Roundtable send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attendees are encouraged to come to the Demo Theater to see the latest technologies in telemedicine showcased. Participating companies will demonstrate their newest products and services in a neutral environment so you can learn more about advances in telehealth technologies. The demonstrations are 15 minutes long during non-education sessions so you can join without missing a single session!