Call: American Telemedicine Association (ATA) 2011 Meeting and Exposition

American Telemedicine Association (ATA)

ATA 2011 Call for Presentations

ATA 2011 will be the largest international meeting and exposition focusing exclusively on telemedicine, telehealth & remote medical technologies. If you use telecommunications solutions for healthcare, this is the single most important event of the year!

Recognized throughout the world as the primary forum for the telemedicine industry, ATA’s peer-reviewed educational program sets the standard for continuing medical education on the topics of telemedicine and telehealth. We invite you to submit an abstract to be considered for inclusion in the ATA 2011 Sixteenth Annual International Meeting and Exposition educational program.

Abstracts accepted through September 15, 2010

Click here for more information and to submit an abstract

We invite abstracts on any topic relating to telemedicine and telehealth, however, abstracts that focus on outcomes and evidence, best practices and emerging applications for telemedicine and telehealth are of particular interest and will be highlighted in the 2011 program. Specific high priority areas of interest include health information exchange (HIE) and mobile health (mHealth).

Additional topic areas of interest include:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cardiology
  • Consumer-Focused
  • Correctional Care
  • Dermatology
  • Diabetes
  • Distance Learning
  • Emergency, Trauma Care and Disaster Response
  • Evaluation and Research
  • Health Reform
  • HIE-EMR-EHR **
  • Human Factors
  • ICU
  • Imaging: Radiology, Pathology, and Related Applications
  • Indian Health
  • International
  • Market Research
  • Mental Health
  • Mobile Health (mHealth) **
  • Military
  • Neurology and Stroke
  • Nursing and Nursing Homes
  • Ocular
  • Oncology
  • Operations and Business Planning
  • Pediatric and School-Based Care
  • Policy and Legal
  • Rehabilitation
  • Remote Monitoring, Homecare and Disease Management
  • Rural and Extreme Environments
  • Surgery
  • Technology and Telecommunications
  • Veterans

** Indicates high priority topic area of interest

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