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Tuesdays, January 12 - February 2
Special Insights and Preview November 19

EDGE

Cementing the Gains for Telehealth:
Where Do We Go From Here?

 

The ATA EDGE Conference tackles the latest state and federal telehealth policies and outlines the actions necessary to make the temporary waivers put in place in response to COVID-19 permanent to ensure access to telehealth continues uninterrupted following the public health emergency. This four-week series of two-hour sessions will convene thought leaders, policy makers, and pundits to discuss post-election perspectives, explore the implications for telehealth, and highlight the modalities that can bridge the gap for vulnerable populations, rural communities, and deliver quality care when and where it’s needed.
As a telehealth stakeholder, you cannot afford to miss these virtual sessions on four consecutive Telehealth Tuesdays: January 12, 19, 26 and February 2.
EDGE will bring together a diverse group of changemakers, including representatives of government, healthcare delivery systems, academic medical centers, payers, innovators, and solution providers. Registration is Open!

Join a special preview of EDGE during ATA’s next Policy Update Webinar – November 19!

Featured Speakers

Our speaker lineup features Congressional leaders and staff, policy experts and healthcare who are influencing the future of care delivery. This is a unique opportunity to hear directly from the decision-makers as they share thought-leading insights and best practices that will guide the next phase of telehealth implementation in a new hybrid healthcare system.

Senator William Frist, MD

Nathaniel Lacktman, Esq.

Foley & Lardner LLP

Adimika Arthur

HealthTech for Medicaid

Neil Newhouse

Public Opinion Strategies

Quinn Shean

Tusk Strategies | Tusk Ventures

Crozer Connor

Congressman Mike Thompson (D-CA)

April Mims

hims & hers

Megan Herber, MPH

Faegre Drinker Consulting

Sarah-Lloyd Stevenson, MPH

Faegre Drinker Consulting

Kyle Zebley

ATA

Adam Greenberg

Ro

Ann Mond Johnson

ATA

Joseph Kvedar, MD

ATA

Meghan O'Toole

Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI)

Elliot Vice

National Council of State Boards of Nursing

Paul Keckley

The Keckley Report

Molly Joel Coye, MD, MPH

AVIA

Mei Kwong, JD

Connected Health Policy

Evan Hoffman

Philips

Brendan Carr

Federal Communications Commission
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