ATA announced the six winners of their Annual Awards recognizing innovators in telemedicine and telehealth for significant contributions, along with six new members of the ATA College of Fellows. One of the more intriguing winners (Innovation in Remote Care) is the US/UK company Sentrian which has built intelligent predictive data models (‘Remote Patient Intelligence’) that can monitor disease and co-morbidity in thousands of patients with the goal of preventing hospitalization and readmissions. Release. ATA has also selected 30 emerging companies to participate in the Telemedicine Investor and Strategic Summit on Monday 4 May, including UnaliWear, designer of the Kanega assistance watch which earlier this year made its Kickstarter goal of over $110,000. Release. TTA is a media partner of this year’s ATA Annual Meeting and Trade Show.