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Date:4/23/2012

SAN JOSE, Calif., April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Telemedicine Association is pleased to host the ATA 2012 Annual Meeting and Exposition, April 29-May 1 in San Jose, California (www.ata2012.com).  ATA 2012 is the premier venue for the telemedicine industry, covering all aspects of telemedicine, telehealth, mHealth and remote healthcare technology. Whether you are just getting familiar with telemedicine, or you're a seasoned professional, ATA 2012 provides the information and networking you need for a growing industry.

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"The ATA Annual Meeting has been recognized as one of the fastest growing trade shows in the country and this year we project another new record for attendance," said Jonathan D. Linkous, Chief Executive Officer of the American Telemedicine Association. "I encourage anyone in the healthcare or technology sectors to visit our show and see the technologies revolutionizing medicine and personal health."

ATA 2012 will be the association's largest meeting to-date, with 450 presentations and over 4,500 healthcare professionals—clinicians, administrators, entrepreneurs, IT specialists, engineers and more—in attendance.  It will also be the biggest telehealth trade show of any kind, with more than 200 exhibiting companies showcasing the latest telemedicine technologies—many of which are being unveiled for the first time to the public.

ATA is offering free expo-hall only passes to anyone in the healthcare, technology or business community.  This is your opportunity to explore the tradeshow floor and network with the telemedicine community.  See, handle and test the technology that is revolutionizing healthcare. For free expo hall passes visit www.ata2012.com

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