ATA communities are a great way to connect and get involved.
Members are encouraged to join Special Interest Groups (SIGs), Regional Chapters, and Open Forum. These communities provide members access to information sharing, strategic brainstorming and guidance, and policy discussions with peers, policy-makers, practitioners and administrators. ATA communities are an integral part of the association.
Recognizing Excellence in Telehealth
Each year, the association elects members of distinction as new ATA Fellows. Election to the ATA College of Fellows is a high honor that recognizes significant achievements in telehealth, service to the general telehealth community, and service to ATA.View the ATA Fellows gallery
Special Interest Groups
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are organized around clinical specialties and unique topical areas within telehealth. SIG members network with peers, promote and support telehealth applications within their specialty, and provide authoritative guidance and information to the wider ATA membership. SIGs maintain regular communication through discussion groups and conference calls. They sponsor various activities throughout the year and meet in-person each spring at the ATA Annual Conference.
Click here to view SIGs
Regional Chapters are similar to SIGs but are organized around geographic areas. Chapters may be organized around a state, region or international area. ATA Chapters maintain regular communication through community discussion boards and conference calls. They sponsor various activities throughout the year and meet in-person each spring at the ATA Annual Conference.
Click here to view Regional Chapters
The Councils represent ATA’s Circle members (Industry Council) and Institutions (Institutional Council).
Click here to view Councils