Fall Forum focuses on big thinking and fun; 2013 Expo lands in Austin

By Mike Moran, Project Editor

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- If you like innovative, cutting-edge telemedicine technology and novel applications – a peek at what the future may bring – then the ATA's Fall Forum is the place to be.

Dr. Butch Rosser at ATA 2012 (Part 2 of 2)

At the ATA 2012 Opening Plenary, James "Butch" Rosser gave a speech about the potential of telemedicine with a resounding message: "Earth needs a win." Rosser believes in telemedicine, having himself guided a surgeon through a complex procedure that was later broadcast on the Discovery network. Watch this passionate presentation filmed on April 29, 2012 in San Jose, Calif.

Dr. Butch Rosser at ATA 2012 (Part 1 of 2)

At the ATA 2012 Opening Plenary, James "Butch" Rosser gave a speech about the potential of telemedicine with a resounding message: "Earth needs a win." Rosser believes in telemedicine, having himself guided a surgeon through a complex procedure that was later broadcast on the Discovery network. Watch this passionate presentation filmed on April 29, 2012 in San Jose, Calif.

Opening Plenary: Telemedicine enters a new frontier

By Mike Moran, Project Editor

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The American Telemedicine Association and its members will play a key role in helping the United States usher in an era of quality, affordable healthcare, keynote speaker James "Butch" Rosser, MD, told a crowd of about 400 people during Sunday's Opening Plenary.

ATA continues to stress international partnerships

By Eric Wicklund, Editor ATA 2012 Show Dailies

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Move. That one directive, issued toward the end of Sunday's 2012 International Telemedicine Forum, perhaps sums up best the challenge facing nations around the world. Many have launched or are in the process of launching their own telemedicine programs, but they'd like guidance on standards, legal issues and sustainable programs – advice that someone in another country could give them.

Slideshow: ATA 2012 - Saturday and Sunday highlights

ATA 2012's pre-conference activities got rolling Saturday and Sunday, and culminated in Sunday's Opening Plenary and Exhibit Hall reception.  Check out highlights in our Saturday and Sunday slideshow.

To the ATA, healthcare improvement is a global challenge

By Ben Forstag, Senior Director of Communications, ATA

Although nominally the American association for telemedicine, ATA is, in fact, an international organization, with interests, activities and members throughout the world.  ATA is the leading global telehealth association, and international activities are one of the organization's top priorities.

A Q&A with Julie Cherry, presenter of 'Successful Strategies for Integrating Telehealth'

Julie Cherry, director of clinical development for Intel-GE Care Innovations, will be the presenter for an education session titled "Successful Strategies for Integrating Telehealth," scheduled for 1-2 p.m. Monday. She recently answered some questions from ATA 2012 Show Dailies Editor Eric Wicklund.

Lights! Camera! Action! CTeL looks to get the word out with its first commercial

By Eric Wicklund, ATA Show Dailies Editor

WASHINGTON – It's often been said that physicians want to just practice medicine. In the often-confusing telemedicine landscape, however, they have to deal with a myriad of legal and regulatory issues.

Cardiocom wants doctors, patients to feel - and be - right at home with telehealth

By Eric Wicklund, Editor, ATA 2012 Show Dailies

MINNEAPOLIS – Home-based telehealth solutions have always been thought of as "nice to have." One of the nation's leading providers of those solutions says the time has come to change that thinking to "need to have."

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