Exhibitor Press Releases

ATA19 Sponsorship and Branding Opportunities

Increase brand exposure to top leaders who are designing the future of modern healthcare.

The ATA19 Annual Conference & Expo convenes thousands of healthcare leaders and is focused exclusively on telemedicine. This year, we will celebrate 26 years of success gathering thousands of leaders committed to improving healthcare delivery. Sponsoring at ATA19 is the perfect opportunity to find new business, raise your organization’s profile, and achieve greater brand visibility among those driving the telehealth profession.

Browse available options below and find the perfect Sponsorship or Branding Opportunity for your company at ATA19.


New York,  NY 
United States
  • Booth: 2016

KPMG helps healthcare organizations adapt to market/regulatory change and growing consumerism. Our clients are able to transform in response to disruption; adopt value-based models; improve outcomes; transact for competitive advantage; and integrate new technologies from data analytics to Intelligent Automation. Our client teams draw from 3,500+ US partners & professionals across a global network of 154 countries, specializing in strategy, restructuring, IT, corporate finance and deal advisory.

 Press Releases


    Bill Borden/ Abe Abrams

    Julie Sommer


    Leavitt Partners

    1 (732) 910-1620/1 (201) 307-7231

    1 (720) 244-2138





    NEW YORK/SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 10 – Health care IT remains a hot investment sector despite concerns about these companies being overvalued, according to KPMG-Leavitt Partners 2019 Investment Outlook, a survey of health care investment professionals.

    More than a third of respondents (34 percent) said they were most interested in investing in health care IT, followed by care management (31 percent), home health (23 percent), retail-centric medical groups (22 percent) and primary care practices (21 percent).

    “We are not surprised by the great deal of interest in health care IT and care delivery outside the hospital,” said Governor Mike Leavitt, founder of Leavitt Partners and former Utah Governor and U.S. Health & Human Services Secretary. “As health care continues to march toward value, the emphasis on moving care to lower cost sites and enhanced coordination will continue, and those who can increase quality and lower cost will win.”

    “Deals are largely being driven by the need for savings, economies of scale, and improving cash flow or accretive earnings per share,” said Carole Streicher, KPMG’s Deal Advisory leader for healthcare & life sciences. “Secondarily, there is a bit of a defensive posture motivating investments as health care organizations contend with competition and reimbursement models connected to quality and efficiency, as well as the entrance of tech firms investing in the sector.”

    Health care IT: Overvalued, yet some room to climb

    The majority of investment professionals see health care IT investments as an overvalued sector (64



    percent), yet 40 percent expect the valuations to increase in 2019 while 51 percent see them staying the same. Survey respondents expect ongoing demand for tools to help with consumerism will impact investment and deal making in the sector.

    Care management solutions for risk-bearing providers, a highly competitive sector which helps coordinate care of the chronically ill or seriously injured (among other things), are expected to be the second highest sector for investment behind health care IT, similarly driven by trends of consumerism and increased focus on early care interventions.

    The chart below provides average expected purchase price multiples in health care for 2019, according to survey respondents.


    Average purchase price multiple in terms of EBITDA for 2019 +/- margin of error

    Health care IT

    12.5 +/- 1.5

    Retail-centric medical groups

    11.5 +/- 0.7

    Care management

    10.8 +/- 1.8

    Home health

    10.3 +/- 0.9

    Health plans

    9.1 +/- 1.6

    Specialty physician groups

    8.9 +/- 0.9

    Primary care physician groups

    8.9 +/- 1.4


    6.1 +/- 0.7

    KPMG and Leavitt Partners surveyed 175 respondents online from corporations, health systems, investment banks, venture capital and private equity firms between September 17, 2018 and October 21, 2018. Of those surveyed 32 percent were c-suite executives; 29 percent were principal, partner or managing director; 32 percent were vice president or director; 6 percent were analysts/associates and 2 percent held other titles.



    About Leavitt Partners

    Leavitt Partners is a health care intelligence business. The firm helps clients successfully navigate the evolving role of value in health care by informing, advising, and convening industry leaders on value market analytics, alternative payment models, federal strategies, insurance market insights, and alliances. Through its family of businesses, the firm provides investment support, data and analytics, member-based alliances, and direct services to clients to support decision-making strategies in the value economy. For more information please visit www.LeavittPartners.com.

    About KPMG LLP

    KPMG is one of the world’s leading professional services firms, providing innovative business solutions and audit, tax, and advisory services to many of the world’s largest and most prestigious organizations.

    KPMG is widely recognized for being a great place to work and build a career. Our people share a sense of purpose in the work we do, and a strong commitment to community service, inclusion and diversity, and eradicating childhood illiteracy.

    KPMG LLP is the independent U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”). KPMG International’s independent member firms have 197,000 professionals working in 154 countries. Learn more at www.kpmg.com/us.


 Additional Info

Will your company display a new product/solution in your booth?