Policy

All Policy Videos:

  • Jerry Kolosky, Senior Healthcare Advisor for the Office of the CTO at Panasonic, spoke about how Congress can move the dial forward for the healthcare sector.

  • UL’s Principal Engineer of Medical Software and Systems Interoperability, Anura Fernando, talked with TIA NOW about the tech and policy challenges in the telehealth space. This segment was filmed at TIA’s telehealth event focusing on the policy implications in the health vertical.

  • Qualcomm’s Program Manager for the telehealth space, Vickie Smith talked to TIA NOW about their expanding footprint in the telehealth sector. This segment was filmed at TIA’s telehealth event focusing on the policy implications in the health vertical.

  • Congressman Donald Payne, Jr. (D-NJ) says affordability, technology and healthcare are the pillars that must converge for our nation to move forward. Rep. Payne was at TIA's telehealth event showcasing the latest e-health technologies.

  • Congressman Bill Johnson (R-OH) gives a quick history and future lesson in the telehealth sector at TIA's event showcasing the latest e-health technologies.

  • Congressman Peter Welch (D-VT) speaks at TIA's telehealth event to showcase the latest e-health technologies and address policy implications.

  • Congressman Gregg Harper (R-MS) says the University of Mississippi set the gold standard in the telehealth space, at TIA's Telehealth event to showcase the latest e-health technologies.

  • Executive Director of the HIMSS Foundation’s Institute for e-Health Policy, Neal Neuberger, tells TIA NOW what challenges we face in 2015 in the telehealth space.

  • Scott Belcher, CEO of the Telecommunications Industry Association, says the AWS-3 auction was a “smashing success,” and congratulates those involved in generating $40 billion in revenue. Next on the FCC’s agenda is the broadband spectrum auction, expected to commence in 2016.

  • Scott Belcher, CEO of the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, responds to President Obama's statement endorsing the reclassification of the Internet as a Title II utility.

  • The data center landscape is changing rapidly and so are the regulatory questions and concerns around how that data will be transferred from one country to another. Here to tell us more about the challenges and solutions for cross border data flows is Danielle Coffey, VP & General Counsel of Government Affairs at TIA.

  • The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), the leading association representing the manufacturers and suppliers of high-tech communications networks, selected Scott F. Belcher to the newly-created position of CEO. Scott brings more than 25 years of public and private sector management experience, and most recently served as the President and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America).

  • There are growing questions about where industry stands on net neutrality. TIA has a clear position on net neutrality and they answer important questions. Who dictates the rules of net neutrality? What is the significance of reclassifying the Internet under the FCC’s Telecom Act? How can industry benefit from the services offered by TIA’s Government Affairs office regarding net neutrality?

  • What is the state of play for Cybersecurity and what's the next generation of threats? Join TIA NOW at TIA 2014 as they speak with Bob Dix, VP of Global Government Affairs & Public Policy at Juniper Networks.

  • TIA member Alcatel Lucent tells TIA NOW why they think TIA’s Spring Policy Summit has tremendous value for networking and intelligence. ALU’s Senior Director of International Affairs for the Americas, Marie Royce, gives her synopsis of this year's Policy Summit and why TIA members should register for next year's event.

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