See you at ATA18!
We are proud to announce that this year, SimpleVisit will be sponsoring ATA18. We hope to see you there!
We will be exhibiting at booth #739 within the Innovation Center. This is where we will share more information on how our Telemedicine Receptionist Service is making telemedicine seamless for providers and their patients with human support and compatibility with common video apps.
Because we thrive on a culture of collaboration, we are looking for more partners to collaborate with us in our mission to expand access to care. If you are interested in partnering with us, we will be more than happy to connect with you about our partnership opportunities.
ATA18 is an annual conference and expo created to give healthcare professionals and leaders the chance to learn, connect, and discover in a unique and needed space. This space allows these professionals and leaders from many different healthcare and technology sectors to unite as one cohesive community and help design the future of modern healthcare.
We hope to see you at Booth 739 for a live demo or collaborative conversation!
About Simple Visit
SimpleVisit is a video service which allows patients and providers to connect over the video platform of their choice. With SimpleVisit providers are able to deliver on-demand visits to patients over any device or platform they have available to them. For more information on SimpleVisit and on how we are enabling providers to host virtual visits check out www.SimpleVisit.com
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