ATA 2014:
Setting the Bar for Telehealth Education

 
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Mirroring the exponential growth of the telehealth industry, the 2014 Annual Meeting and Trade Show was ATA's largest meeting to date! Nearly 5000 telehealth professionals from around the world traveled to Baltimore, to share research, learn best practices and connect with the most cutting edge technologies.

ATA 2014 by the numbers:
  • 1000+ institutions represented
  • 13 Educational Tracks
  • 77 Concurrent Sessions
  • 500+ Presentations
  • 18 Pre-Meeting Courses
    (Our most ever!)
  • 250+ Exhibitors
  • 200,000 sq.ft. of exhibit space
  • 7 Industry Executive Sessions
  • 6 Innovation Spotlight Sessions, with 45 telehealth start-ups
    (New in 2014!)

ATA Conference Recordings
 - Now available in the ATA Learning Center

Did you miss a presentation at ATA 2014? Do you want to share your experience at ATA with your colleagues back home? You can now access each and every presentation from the conference in Baltimore in the online ATA Learning Center.  

All conference recordings include full, high-definition audio, synced with the presenter's PowerPoint slides. They provide a immersive multimedia learning experience, second only to attending the conference in person. 

ATA offers a series of ATA 2014 conference recordings, structured to meet your educational needs:

Pre-Meeting Courses

ATA's popular full-day and half-day certificate courses are available at affordable stand-alone price. Get the focused clinical, administrative and regulatory training you need to thrive as a telehealth professional

Full-Day Courses: $149/each
Half-Day Courses: $99/each

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Concurrent Sessions

ATA 2014 featured 77 concurrent educational sessions, with over 300 high-quality peer-reviewed presentations. Purchase the Concurrent Session Package and you'll have 24/7 access to ALL of these presentations.

All Concurrent Sessions: $299


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Full Conference Package

The most content and your best value!  This package includes the 300+ peer-reviewed concurrent session presentation and all 16 pre-meeting courses. Get instant access to over hundreds of hours of quality content.

Full Conference Package: $499


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Additional content from ATA 2014 is available for FREE on the ATA Learning Center, including all Scientific ePosters, Industry Council Executive Sessions, and Plenary Session recordings.
 

ATA 2014 Exhibit HallATA 2014 Trade Show -
The World's Biggest Telemedicine Marketplace


Once again, the ATA Annual Meeting Trade Show set a new records, with our largest exhibit hall ever! The 2014 Trade Show included 250+ exhibitors, featuring thousands of telehealth products. Many products on display debuted to the public for the first time at ATA 2014. 

The 2014 Trade Show may be over, but you can still connect with the leading telehealth vendors and most advanced technology in the following ways:
  • The ATA 2014 Virtual Exhibit Hall 
    An interactive directory of the firms and products that exhibited at ATA 2014

  • The ATA Product and Service Directory 
    An online buyer's guide, featuring thousands of telemedicine companies and tens of thousands of products. This directory is continually updated to ensure you always have access to the best technology. 
      
If you are interested in exhibiting at a future ATA meeting, please contact: Sandy Hung, ATA's Director of Corporate Relations at 202-223-4249 or shung@americantelemed.org.
 

Congratulations ATA 2014 Award Winners

The following individuals and institutions were recognized as leaders in the field of telemedicine at this year's annual meeting. Click here for a full write-up of each award winner.
 
Ronald C. Merrell, MD, FACS
2014 ATA President's Award: 
Individual Award for the Advancement of Telemedicine

Supported by Jay Sanders of The Global Telemedicine Group

Ronald C. Merrell, MD, FACS

 
Burke Mental Health Emergency Center
2014 ATA President's Award: 
Innovation in Remote Health Care

Award supported by InTouch Health

Burke Mental Health Emergency Center

 
Center for Rural Health Innovation: MY Health-e-Schools
2014 ATA President's Award: 
Health Delivery Quality and Innovation

Award supported by AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc.

Center for Rural Health Innovation: My Health-e-Schools

 
 
ATA Industry Council Award
Award supported by AT&T

Roy Schoenberg, MD, MPH
American Well Systems

 
SIG Chair, Carolyn Turvey, PhD (left) and Vice Chair, Elizabeth Brooks, PhD, accepting the award
Special Interest Group & Chapter Achievement Award
Award supported by UnitedHealth Group

ATA Telemental Health SIG
SIG Chair: Carolyn Turvey, PhD
SIG Vice Chair: Elizabeth Brooks, PhD

   
Award winner photo not available
Student Paper Award
Award supported by Southwest Telehealth Resource  Center

Breast Reconstruction Follow-up Using QoC Mobile App: A Societal Economic Evaluation
Kathleen A. Armstrong, MD (MSc Health Services Research Candidate), University of Toronto

   
Award winner photo not available
Poster Awards

Comparing Critical Success Factors for Launching a Telemedicine Initiative
Cynthia M. LeRouge, PhD

Patient Adherence and Usability of a Telehealth System for Real-time Automated Hovering in an Older Adult Sample
Jarrett Evans, MSci

   
From Left to Right: Dena Puskin, Barb Johnston and James Marcin accept their fellows awards from ATA President, Ed Brown
2014 ATA College of Fellows Inductees

Barb Johnston, MSN, MLM
Chief Executive Officer, HealthLinkNow

James P. Marcin, MD, MPH
Professor, Pediatric Critical Care, UC Davis Children’s Hospital

Dena S. Puskin, Sc.D.
Director, State Policy and Market Analysis Division, Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

   
 
ATA 2014 
- In Pictures



A full set of all photos from ATA 2014 is available on ATA's Flickr Page.
 
Thank you for your support! Don't miss ATA's future meetings!

  • ATA Fall ForumSeptember 6-9, 2014 in Palm Desert, CA
  • ATA China 2014 - October 28-30, 2014 in Tianjin, China
  • ATA 2015: 20th Annual Meeting & Trade Show - May 3-5, 2015 in Los Angeles