Annual Florida Telehealth Summit to be Held in St. Pete Beach on November 7-9

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The summit's agenda will include a range of topics pertaining to telehealth practices in the state of Florida.

"Early Bird" registration for the event is open until October 12.

The Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center and nonprofit telehealth networking agency Global Partnership for Telehealth will host the Fifth Annual Florida Telehealth Summit at the TradeWinds Island Grand Resort in St. Pete Beach, Florida. The summit will begin on Wednesday, November 7 and end on Friday, November 9.

Global Partnership for Telehealth’s website states that the summit will be an opportunity for attendees to “network with key telehealth champions while learning about the applications, research, and legal aspects of telehealth in Florida.” The event’s agenda lists nine speaker presentations and six breakout sessions and includes a range of topics like school-based telehealth, maternal-fetal telemedicine, telemedicine law and regulation in Florida, and methods of increasing a telehealth program’s ROI.

The agenda also names the summit’s two keynote speakers: Chris Gibbons, MD, MPH, chief health innovation adviser for the Federal Communications Commission’s Connect2Health Task Force and Elizabeth Krupinski, PhD, FSIIM, FSPIE, FATA, FAIMBE, associate director of assessment for the Arizona Telehealth Program and former president of the American Telemedicine Association.

Those interested in viewing the full agenda or registering for the event can do so at the Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center’s website:

Global/Georgia Partnership for Telehealth (GPT) is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to deliver worldwide access to healthcare by leveraging technology. With a 12-year track record of success developing and implementing sustainable, cost-effective telehealth programs, we are the leading agency globally focused on increasing access to healthcare through innovative use of technology. Currently, GPT manages a network of more than 650 endpoints, including partner providers, health systems, schools, universities, long-term care facilities, correctional facilities, and international mission projects. For more information, visit our website at

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