SUMMIT FAQs

Why should I attend?

We understand that there are dozens of telehealth and healthcare meetings every year.  CTeL created these meetings because we were asked by the industry to provide a forum that would facilitate a high level conversation among industry stakeholders.  In response to that request, CTeL created the summits keeping the group small, the dialogue substantive, and maintaining an invitee list with loads of industry diversity.  This meeting is unique.  It is by invitation only. 

 

What is the meeting format?

People are seated at roundtables and all attendees have access to a microphone.  The format is conversational in nature, however there is a structured agenda and designated speakers.  This event is void of PowerPoint and long presentations.

 

Why is there a cost to attend?

CTeL is committed to maintaining our mission of independent content and have chosen not to accept sponsorship money for our Summits.  Attendee registration fees are the sole support of CTeL Summits, allowing us to continue to host these experiences.

 

Who attends this event?

The CTeL Summits are attended by industry decision-makers and stakeholders who are using telehealth or are interested in implementing a telehealth program.  These events are equally beneficial for both the novice and the seasoned telehealth veteran.

 

Will there be exhibitors?

No, the CTeL Summit is a different kind of meeting.  You come to a CTeL Summit because you need access to substantive policy, legal, and market information that will impact your telehealth program or company. 

 

What industries attend CTeL Summits?

CTeL Summits bring to the table a wide variety of industries that have adopted telehealth programs.  Industries in attendance are:

  • Food Service Industry
  • Airline Industry
  • Trade Unions
  • Theme Parks
  • Cruise Lines
  • Start-ups
  • Aerospace and Defense
  • US Military
  • Retail Pharmacies
  • Energy
  • Hotels, Casinos, Resorts
  • Telecommunications
  • Maritime and Shipping
  • Transportation
  • Hospitals and Health Systems
  • Insurance Companies
  • Patient and Physician Trade Associations
  • State and Federal Agencies
  • Healthcare Practitioner Boards
  • Oil and Gas
  • Academic Medical Facilities
  • State and Federal Legislative Bodies
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity Firms
  • Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Research Institutes and Law Firms
  • Medical Device Companies
  • Technology Providers
  • Automobile Manufacturers