CTO 2020 Registration – All rates are in USD
|On or Before
January 7, 2020
(11:59 PM ET)
|January 8, 2020
(12:00 AM ET) –
February 18, 2020
(11:59 PM ET)
|Rates On or After
February 19, 2020
(12:00 AM ET)
|Allied Health Professional||Full Conference||$250||$275||$300|
|Industry Professional||Full Conference||$1,000||$1,085||$1,175|
|Exhibitors – Full Conference
Rate includes access to CTO 2020 programming and the Exhibit Hall.
|Exhibitors – Hall Access Only
Rate includes access to the CTO 2020 Exhibit Hall only. No access is allowed to CTO 2020 programs.
|Hall Access Only||$300||$325||$350|
|TCTMD Gold 1-Year Subscription||Optional Purchase with CTO Registration||$500||$500||$500|
Please pick up your badge prior to attending any CTO 2020 activity. A valid photo ID is required to collect your badge and materials.
Location: 6th Floor Registration Counter, New York Marriott Marquis
Registration Hours (Eastern Time)
Wednesday, February 19 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Thursday, February 20 5:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday, February 21 6:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Explanation of CTO 2020 Registration Types
Allied Health Professional (AHP)
Allied health professionals devote a majority of their professional activity to the direct care and treatment of patients with cardiovascular disease (e.g., nurses, technologists, physician assistants, research specialists, pharmacists, and hospital administrators). This also includes allied health professionals who are actively engaged in teaching or research (e.g., nurse educators, basic scientists, and biostatisticians).
Please note: Allied health professionals who are employed by companies in the cardiovascular field who do not provide direct patient care are not eligible for this rate.
Physicians who are actively practicing medicine in a public and/or private institution or who are actively engaged in teaching or research.
Please note: Physicians who are employed by companies in the cardiovascular field who do not provide direct patient care are not eligible for this rate.
All individuals who are employed by industry, including physicians and allied health professionals, and those involved in finance do not qualify for the other registration categories.
You must be part of an exhibiting company to register under this category. The Exhibitor Full Conference rate includes access to CTO 2020 programming and the Exhibit Hall. The Exhibitor Hall Access Only rate includes access to the CTO 2020 Exhibit Hall only with no access allowed to CTO 2020 programming.
To complete the registration process, you must submit a credit card authorization form for the deposit of $50 (USD) and confirmation of your status as a current fellow at the time of CTO 2020 along with your planned graduation date. In order to be eligible to register for CTO 2020 as a fellow, your expected graduation date must be in March 2020 or later.
To receive complimentary registration, fellows are required to provide proof of current fellowship by submitting a letter signed by their current Fellowship Program Director. Please include the following information on official letterhead:
- Full name
- CTO 2020
- Type and year of fellowship
- End date of fellowship (MM/YY)
- City/state/country of institution
E-mail your proof of current fellowship along with your credit card authorization form (a link to download the deposit form will be provided once you submit your registration for CTO 2020) to Danielle Goodman at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, February 4, 2020 to complete your registration. Fellows who do not provide proof of current fellowship and a credit card authorization may not be eligible to attend CTO 2020 for free.
Fellows registering on-site MUST provide proof of fellowship before being able to collect their badge. Fellows who do not cancel at least 24 hours prior to the meeting will be charged a $50 no-show fee.
TCTMD Gold Subscription – Special add-on rate of $500
TCTMD Gold Subscription (1 Year): All presentations from CTO 2020 with audio will be available on TCTMD Gold. TCTMD Gold gives you access to thousands of slide presentations from TCT, TVT, CTO, and other leading meetings in interventional cardiology. Activated prior to CTO and valid for one (1) year. A $650 value, this discounted rate is only available with CTO 2020 registration. For more information on the benefits of TCTMD Gold, visit https://www.tctmd.com/premium.
Terms and Conditions
All registrants are subject to registration terms and conditions. These terms and conditions are strongly enforced for CTO 2020 and the organizers of the conference, the Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF).
All cancellations must be received in writing. Cancellations received in writing before Thursday, January 16, 2020 (by 11:59 PM EST), will receive a full refund less a $100 administrative fee. Cancellations received between Friday, January 17 (12:00 AM EST) and Tuesday, February 11, 2020 (by 11:59 PM EST), will be refunded 50% of the registration fee. No refunds will be processed after Wednesday, February 12, 2020.
To complete the registration process, you must submit a credit card authorization form for the deposit of $50 (USD) and confirmation of your status as a current fellow at the time of CTO 2020, along with your planned graduation date. In order to be eligible to register for CTO 2020 as a fellow, your expected graduation date must be in March 2020 or later.
To receive complimentary registration, fellows are required to provide proof of current fellowship, by submitting a letter signed by their current Fellowship Program Director. Fellows that do not cancel at least 24 hours prior to the meeting will be charged a $50 no-show fee. A link to download the deposit form will be provided once you register for CTO 2020.
Acceptable forms of payments are credit card and US check. If you would like to pay by wire, a mandatory $75 (USD) wire processing fee will automatically be added to your total.
Badge Changes and/or Reprints
Any on-site badge changes or reprints will incur a $50 (USD) fee per change/reprint.
Identification at Registration
Attendees are asked to present a Photo ID at registration in order to collect registration materials. Unless you are an exhibitor or group who has arranged for an advance group pick-up of badges, individuals may only collect their own individual registration. This procedure is in place to protect registration materials from getting lost and to allow CRF to monitor accurate attendance. Registration materials will not be provided without a Photo ID.
Prohibition on Badge Swapping, Sharing, or Lending
Each person attending a Cardiovascular Research Foundation (“CRF”) sponsored/managed meeting, symposia, program, event, etc. (“Event”) will be issued an Event-specific badge bearing that person’s name and she or he must have the badge bearing that person’s name in her or his possession at all times while on the premises at which the Event is taking place. THE SWAPPING, SHARING, OR LENDING OF AN EVENT BADGE TO ANY OTHER PERSON IS STRICLY PROHIBITED. Anyone found to be wearing a badge that does not bear that person’s name will have the badge immediately confiscated and will be escorted from the premises. Additionally, the attendance privileges of the person whose name appears on the confiscated badge will be revoked and that person will also be escorted from the premises. No replacement badges will be provided and no refunds will be made, in whole or in part, for confiscated badges.
Violators of this policy - the person to whom the badge was issued, the person found to be in possession of the badge, and where appropriate the company that purchased the badge - may also be banned from attending or participating at any future Event. Additionally, in instances where an exhibiting company is found to have violated this policy, the exhibiting company will be penalized with a reduction in priority points. In cases where CRF is willing to permit a person found to be in violation of this policy to once again have access to the Event, the person or the exhibiting company, as applicable, will be required to re-register and charged the full cost of the additional registration. All decisions regarding compliance with or violation of this policy will be made by CRF in CRF’s sole and exclusive discretion.
Limitation of Liability
By registering you agree to release and hold harmless CRF, organizers of CTO 2020, from any and all claims, demands, and causes of action arising out of or relating to your participation in CTO 2020 and all CTO 2020 events, including but not limited to the use of the conference center and lodging facilities.
Recording (Audio, Video, and Still Photography) and Social Media
CRF promotes the free interchange and rapid dissemination of educational content from our meetings. The slides from CRF-sponsored courses and symposia are immediately posted on TCTMD.com to facilitate scientific discourse and enhance patient care. Non-flash photography and audio or video recording using hand-held equipment, for strictly personal, educational, and/or social use, are permitted at all CRF meetings if not disruptive. Communicating through social media, including posting brief audio and video clips, is strongly encouraged (respecting embargo rules for late-breaking science). However, it is strictly prohibited to post or live stream entire sessions or live cases (the latter to respect patient privacy) or to use any CRF course content for commercial purposes. Exhibitors may film, record, or photograph activities at their own booth for promotional purposes only upon prior written consent of CRF.
Post-Event Photography Use Notice
You hereby grant CRF irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, fully-paid license to reproduce, copy, display, perform, or otherwise use any photos, videos, or audio recordings taken of you by CTO 2020 designated vendor during CTO 2020 for promotional use (e.g., brochures, association publications, and web-based media such as blogs, websites, and e-newsletters). You hereby release and hold harmless CRF and their agents and assigns from all claims, demands, causes of action, and liability related to said use of the material.
Unauthorized Solicitation Policy
Any company or representative of a supplier who is not an exhibitor and is observed to be soliciting business in the exhibit hall, in another company’s exhibit space, in the aisles of the exhibit hall, or any other area of the conference deemed inappropriate by CRF, will be asked to leave immediately. Unauthorized solicitation in the Exhibit Hall or any technical program is strictly prohibited.
Unsecured Items Policy
Personal belongings such as briefcases, backpacks, purses, coats, book bags, laptops, tablets, or mobile devices, etc., should not be left unattended in meeting rooms or public areas. These items are the responsibility of their owner and CRF will not be held responsible for their safe keeping should they become lost or stolen. Additionally, any unattended items may be subject to removal by security upon being discovered.
If you have any questions regarding registration, please contact email@example.com.
Please contact CRF at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require support for any type of ADA-related access or needs.