ATA Latin-American & Caribbean Chapter (ATALACC)
The American Telemedicine Association Latin-American & Caribbean Chapter (ATALACC) is comprised of professionals from Latin-American and Caribbean countries that are committed to the development and application of telemedicine and medical informatics. ATALACC also seeks to provide a forum for the sharing of information and resources in order to educate and promote telemedicine initiatives in this region.
Federal University of Minas Gerais
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Research Associate Professor
Texas A&M University
Founder and CEO
Informatica & Salud SAS
Bryan, TX and Evigado, Antioquia, Columbia
Miranda Area, Venezuela
The mission of the ATALACC is:
- The application of telemedicine and medical informatics solutions in different political, economic, and social systems in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- The dissemination of these solutions within the respective health care systems.
- The education and promotion of telemedicine and medical informatics solutions within the region.
- The building of resource capacity for telemedicine and medical informatics solutions in the respective countries.
2019 State of the States Report
This comprehensive, state-by-state analysis includes a review of how patient settings, different technologies, and provider types are treated across the country, as well as detailed information on the unique policies dictating reimbursement and coverage of telehealth services in the U.S.