ATA 2013 :: Telemedicine, Telehealth and mHealth Meeting & Trade Show

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ATA 2013 Keynote Speakers

ATA 2013 includes keynote speakers from some of the biggest thinkers in healthcare and technology, with representatives from the full spectrum of healthcare delivery: providers, vendors and payers.

Sunday, May 5 - Opening Plenary
Lynn Britton

Lynn Britton
President & Chief Executive Officer

Mercy, a 31 hospital healthcare system serving hundreds of communities in the Midwest, is transforming the patient experience through comprehensive telemedicine and HIT services.  Mercy gives patients online access to doctors and medical records, utilizing telemedicine for a wide array of clinical services, include pediatrics and rural healthcare.  Moreover, Mercy SafeWatch is the largest teleICU service in the United States.  Under Britton’s leadership, Mercy was named the 2012 “Most Wired” healthcare organization by the American Hospital Organization.    

Monday, May 6 - Morning Plenary
Jeffery Henley

Jeffrey O. Henley
Oracle Corporation

Oracle is helping to transform the economics of healthcare by enabling patient-centered technology for health engagement. Oracle has invested heavily in developing software and IT infrastructure for disease management and health management, as well as accountable care, connected health and public/private insurance exchanges.  As Chairman, Henley has been instrumental in this mission, working with leading hardware and healthcare providers to streamline the delivery of medical services. 

Tuesday, May 7 - Morning Plenary
Reed Tuckson

Reed V. Tuckson, MD
Managing Director
Tuckson Health Connections, LLC

A graduate of Howard University, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s General Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship Programs, Dr. Tuckson is the immediate past Executive Vice President and Chief of Medical Affairs at UnitedHealth Group where he was responsible for working with all of the Company’s business units to improve the quality and efficiency of health services. Under his leadership, UnitedHealth embraced telemedicine, demonstrating compelling advances in data and communication technologies for better, more efficient service and better health for everyone.