ATLANTA – With an optimistic eye toward the future, officials at Medtrade are making plans for the Nov. 2-4, 2020 show in Atlanta. That means the official Call for Presentations is on.
Willing to share your success and struggles?
An expert with knowledge to bestow?
A provider with something to share?
Dynamic and love to be heard?
We want YOU! Because attendees are enjoying the interactive and crowd-participating panels we’ve introduced over the past couple of shows, it will remain a focus for 2020. Join us in Atlanta at Medtrade and share your story and expertise on a panel, or lead a panel. We all know the more we work together, the better the results. Why not work together more as an industry? Let’s share our successes and challenges, working as a team to bring more insight and knowledge to the masses by presenting information we’ve gathered while out there fighting the good fight.
The deadline for submissions is Friday, May 1
Your program should address one of the educational tracks listed below. Sessions are either 1 hour or 1.5 hours in length with time for Q&A. The sessions will be formatted as free-flowing and interactive. Although there will be a combination of the standard “standing behind a lectern” classroom format, a good portion of this year’s sessions will be a town hall/panel format. Each town hall presentation will be presented by two or more “discussion leaders” and will allow the discussion leaders the option to facilitate an interactive presentation.
Please note: as a part of the EAB’s selection process, town hall/panel presentations with two or more discussion leaders will take precedent over single speaker sessions. In addition, sessions with providers participating will be given top consideration.
Please submit under one of the following tracks:
• Business Operations
• Executive Leadership & Planning
• Medicare Updates*
• Sales & Marketing
*submit ONLY if you are CMS or Medicare Contractor
The Evaluation Process
Medtrade Spring management along with members of the Educational Advisory Board (EAB) will evaluate all presentations based on the following criteria: timeliness of topic, overall content, audience level content is geared for, audience interest, creativity, prior speaking expertise, knowledge of subject matter, prior speaker evaluation results, and speaker references.
To be considered as a speaker, your program must be educational in nature — that is, sales presentations will not be accepted. In addition, your material should be original; otherwise, sources must be referenced. For multiple speakers, each speaker must agree to this submission. Incomplete program submissions will not be considered.