|ONE DAY||BOTH DAYS|
|Early Rate (Before April 17)||Standard Rate (After April 17)||Early Rate (Before April 17)||Standard Rate (After April 17)|
|AdvaMed OR Biocom Member (Industry)||$250||$300||$400||$450|
|AdvaMed OR Biocom Member (Service Provider)||$450||$500||$600||$650|
|Non-Member (Service Provider)||$650||$700||$800||$850|
- 25% cancellation fee will be assessed on cancellations received by February 13, 2020.
- 50% cancellation fee will be assessed on cancellations received between February 14, 2020 through April 14, 2020.
- 100% cancellation fee will be assessed on ALL CANCELLATIONS received after April 15, 2020.
- Refunds will NOT be given for no shows
Cancellations requests must be made in writing and sent to [email protected]. Cancellations will not be accepted by phone or onsite. Cancellations will be acknowledged by email.
Should you be unable to attend The Digital MedTech Conference after purchasing your pass, you may send another member of your organization in your place.
Substitutions must be made prior to badge pickup, before the original registrant has attended any portion of the conference.
The original registrant may make a substitution by emailing [email protected] by May 13, 2020. Starting May 14, 2020, all substitutions must be made onsite and will require hard copy, written permission from the original registrant granting the substitution.
Badges are nontransferable once printed; swapping or sharing is strictly prohibited.
Attendance is for members of AdvaMed’s industry ONLY. Individuals not in the trade should not attend. AdvaMed reserves the right to accept or reject registrations and to cancel any previously accepted reservation, at any time, at its sole discretion, without liability to the registrant or any other party. This policy was instituted to maintain the professional environment of the AdvaMed conferences, while protecting the interests of our attendees and exhibitors.
Loud, abusive, or defamatory language, harassment, unprofessional or inappropriate behavior is not permitted at any time. If such conduct is engaged in by a registrant, please be advised that AdvaMed may cancel any previously accepted registration, at any time, at its sole discretion, without liability to the registrant or any other party, and the registrant agrees to exit the premises immediately.
AdvaMed event badges cannot be reproduced and once a badge has been picked up, it cannot be resold or transferred to another individual. The AdvaMed event badge constitutes a limited revocable license to attend the current AdvaMed event. AdvaMed event badges are the property of AdvaMed and may be revoked at any time for any reason. AdvaMed badges must be worn at all times while at the event.
AdvaMed has sole discretion over admission at all times and shall strictly enforce all event rules. Attendees agree to abide by AdvaMed’s attendance rules, which may be updated at any time. Violators risk immediate confiscation of their event badge without refund and removal from the premises. Violators will not be allowed re-entry.
AdvaMed, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to decline the registration of any applicant that may violate safety, trade or export compliance laws, including U.S. economic sanctions. Applicants must provide full, truthful information when registering, in accordance with registration terms and conditions.
Attendees are permitted to use hand-held cameras to take photographs, capture digital images, and videotape within public areas of The Digital MedTech Conference for personal, non-commercial use. Public areas include session rooms; press rooms; hotel lobby areas; and hallways. Rarely, AdvaMed event management will ask attendees to refrain from taking photos or videos of sessions based upon special request by a speaker. We make every effort to limit the number of exceptions to this policy.
Large cameras, photo or video equipment, or ancillary equipment such as lighting, tripods, cables, etc. are prohibited (except in instances where approval from AdvaMed event management is obtained).
All photographers and videographers are prohibited from entering, photographing, or videotaping non-public areas of The Digital MedTech Conference. Non-public areas include storage areas; speaker ready rooms; staff offices; and dedicated meeting rooms.
All photographers and videographers are prohibited from impeding attendee traffic flow, blocking doors, stairs, elevators and escalators, and affecting the safety of attendees. All photographers and videographers must fully and immediately comply with any requests, directions, or instructions of AdvaMed event management related to safety concerns. All photographers and videographers must obtain exhibitor approval before capturing images within an exhibitor’s booth space.
While attending The Digital MedTech Conference, all photographers and videographers must comply with all applicable rules, including but not limited to, this policy, all applicable laws, ordinances, municipal regulations, standard operating procedures and administrative procedures. AdvaMed event management may evaluate the actions of a photographer or a videographer, and if a determination is made that the actions of a photographer or videographer are not in compliance with any applicable rule, AdvaMed event management may terminate the permission granted by this policy.
No one under the age of 18 will be allowed at the conference during open hours. Badges are required for admittance.
In case the premises for the show is destroyed by Acts of God, fire, the elements or by any cause, or in case of government intervention or regulation, military activity, terrorism, civil disturbance, strikes, labor disputes, or any other circumstances make it impossible or inadvisable to hold the event at the time and place provided, the attendee waives any claim for damages or compensation, except the pro rata return of the amount paid for admission, after deduction of actual expenses incurred in connection with the exhibition and there shall be no further liability on the part of either party. In no event shall AdvaMed, its officers, directors, trustees, or agents be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential damages resulting from the failure to hold the event.