Might 1-3, 2022
Boston Conference & Exhibition Heart
With only some weeks till ATA2022 – the American Telemedicine Affiliation’s twenty sixth Annual Convention & Expo – our staff appears to be like ahead to seeing individuals from throughout the telemedicine business for conversations and insights about the way forward for digital well being (and loads of smiles and enjoyable surprises within the course of).
This yr’s convention will discover the theme, “Now What? Creating an Alternative in a Time of Uncertainty,” inspecting the digital well being panorama and what can be essential to determine telehealth as a everlasting, legitimate, and essential element of on a regular basis care supply. Be a part of us and different digital well being leaders at this multi-day occasion to construct upon classes discovered and establish the challenges and alternatives to enhance affected person and supplier experiences, and medical outcomes, in these unsure occasions.
To study extra and register for this occasion, go to the ATA2022 Annual Convention & Expo web site. You will get a 15% low cost on registration charges by emailing Nancy DeMello at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Enterprise of Telehealth: Authorized Points Round Telehealth
On this half-day, deep-dive program, Foley attorneys Nathaniel Lacktman, Alexandra Shalom, Kyle Faget, Thomas (T.J.) Ferrante, and Aaron Maguregui will discover high regulatory points new digital and telehealth firms have to navigate to keep away from pitfalls. Matters will embrace:
- Driving person engagement whereas managing privateness and danger issues
- Transitioning from a direct to shopper mannequin to an insurance coverage primarily based mannequin
- Understanding HIPAA compliance, compliance program necessities, fraud and abuse fundamentals, and getting ready for transition
- FDA laws round digital units
- Labor and employment legislation issues for multistate firms
- Distant affected person monitoring contracting and authorized points, rising fashions, and potential for brand new codes
This Isn’t 2019’s Telehealth: Constructing the Subsequent Technology of Digital Care
This session, centered on telemedicine startups and high-growth firms will focus on how the well being care business is at a crossroads, with telehealth charges waxing and waning over the past a number of months prompting questions over whether or not telehealth continues to be a sensible funding. Telemedicine reporter Eric Wicklund of Well being Leaders Media will average the session. Panelists are Dr. Pooja Aysola, Head of Medical Operations at Wheel, Inc., Rachel Stillman, Vice President at 7wire Ventures, and Nathaniel Lacktman, Companion at Foley.