High Country continues to attract and blend experts from academia and industry, with leaders in medical specialties, the regulatory agencies and health care researchers in an informal setting to facilitate dialog and an exchange of ideas. The 2021 virtual meeting, with anticipated attendance of 100 participants, promises to open avenues and opportunities of collaboration on a variety of issues important to the nuclear medicine and molecular imaging community.
Over the course of two days, the High Country Nuclear Medicine Conference will offer 13.5 hours of content. Day one will be dedicated to Continuing Education and offer 7 hours of CME/VOICE sessions (pending CME application approval). Day two will focus on the traditional format of presentation, collaboration, and discussion between speakers and participants.