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2019 Telehealth Summit

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The California Telehealth Resource Center announces the 7th ANNUAL TELEHEALTH SUMMIT will be held May 21-23, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay, San Diego CA.

Stay tuned, more information is coming soon!

Telehealth Everywhere 2019 Conference

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This will be the largest and most significant regional telehealth conference of the year.  Come see a wide range of presentations and interact with experts from across the Great Plains region.

Tracks will include:

  • Enterprise Telehealth
  • Mental Health
  • Primary Care
  • Technology

Half-day pre-conference workshops will begin Sunday afternoon, April 28, with the main conference beginning at 8:00 AM Monday morning, April 29.  The scheduled program will conclude with lunch on Tuesday, April 30, and will be followed by small group planning and consultation meetings by appointment on Tuesday afternoon.

Details coming soon!

UMTRC Annual Conference 2019

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WHAT:  The first Upper Midwest Telehealth Resource Center Annual Conference

WHERE:  Gillespie Conference Center, South Bend, IN. (Adjacent to the University of Notre Dame).

WHEN:  July 23rd – 24th

ATA 2019 Annual Conference and Expo

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Together, we will design the future of modern healthcare.

At ATA2019, healthcare professionals and leaders from an array of healthcare and technology sectors unite as one, cohesive community. Attendees learn, innovate, network, and return to their organizations with actionable insights, long-lasting connections, and an enhanced appreciation of telehealth—and how it transforms the way we deliver healthcare. Save the date for ATA2019: April 14–16, 2019 in New Orleans!

Exhibit and Sponsor Opportunities are now available! Learn more here. 

NETRC 2019 Conference Keynote Announced!

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The Northeast Telehealth Resource Center is thrilled to announce its
2019 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Chris Gibbons!

Join us for our 2019 Regional Telehealth Conference in Portland, ME June 17-18!
The NETRC team is thrilled to invite you to its fifth annual Northeast Regional Telehealth Conference. Over 200 stakeholders from across the northeast and beyond will gather to learn about telehealth best practice and innovation, network with colleagues, and identify opportunities to advance telehealth programs. Join us to discuss legal and regulatory issues, business planning, clinical use cases, provider and consumer engagement, and more!

2019 Keynote Speaker: Chris Gibbons, MD, MPH

Dr. Gibbons is the Chief Health Innovation Advisor for the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect2Health Task Force. He is also the Founder & CEO of The Greystone Group, Inc., a Digital Health research, innovation and consulting company. Dr. Gibbons is an Adjunct Asst. Professor, Health Sciences Informatics and Medicine at Johns Hopkins University, and was previously an Associate Director of the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine, Public Health and Health Informatics at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Gibbons also serves as a Visiting Professor at Duke University School of Medicine where he teaches a course on Digital Health Strategy. He is a published, author and international speaker who has authored over 75 research manuscripts, monographs, books, book chapters and technical reports. Dr. Gibbons obtained his medical degree from the University of Alabama and then completed residency training in Preventive Medicine, a basic science research fellowship and a Master of Public Health degree all from Johns Hopkins.

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2019 Convergence Telehealth Summit

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We are at a tipping point! The exponential growth of technological innovations and its confluence with recent policy shifts are paving the way for dramatic changes in how we deliver health care and influence health behaviors. We have already moved beyond traditional “telemedicine” solutions, to its integration with powerful sensors as part of the “Internet of Things”; its ability to incorporate predictive analytics and artificial intelligence; and soon its ability to leverage 5th Generation (5G) fixed wireless and mobile broadband networks. Where are we going with this digital connected care revolution? How might the convergence of these technologies impact the health of populations and begin to mitigate our greatest health challenges? And perhaps even more importantly, how do we begin to create viable models within our current work settings?