MEDITECH and MUSE are working together to host educational webinars and discussion sessions that bring customers together. These sessions range from industry perspectives on the pandemic to in-depth, functionality-based sessions to help better identify and treat those infected with the virus. Please check this page for updates in the days and weeks ahead.
*Please note, registration with MUSE is required to access the webinars on the MUSE site. Upcoming Educational Webinars
There are currently no webinars scheduled for the immediate future. Sign up for the MEDITECH newsletter below to be informed of new webinars.
On Demand Educational Webinars Watch a brief demonstration of MEDITECH's recently released routine and hear from Quick Vaccination
St. Luke's Hospital's CIO, Clark Averill, on how his organization optimized MEDITECH’s EHR for vaccine administration and tracking.
In this roundtable discussion, you'll hear from panelists who are currently administering COVID-19 vaccinations on-site. They will share how they are using their MEDITECH system to administer and track vaccines, their current workflows, and lessons learned.
Focusing on the challenges organizations face as they increase patient volume, this discussion covers integrating virtual care into the workflow and strategies for governance. Participants include Southlake Regional Health (Newmarket, ON) and MEDITECH.
Focusing on the challenges organizations face as they increase patient volume, this discussion covers scheduling, registration, and the patient experience. Participants include Southlake Regional Health Centre (Newmarket, ON), War Memorial Hospital (Sault Ste. Marie, MI), and MEDITECH.
Learn how MEDITECH's pre-arrival solution supports contactless pre-registration, reducing wait times by allowing patients to use their own devices to provide detailed and complete information prior to their appointments.
Missy Moquin, senior manager, MEDITECH, and Bryan Bagdasian, MD, physician informaticist, MEDITECH, discuss virtual care with representatives from Avera Health (Sioux Falls, SD) and Grand View Health (Sellersville, PA). Topics include use cases, billing, preregistration, and patient intake workflows.
This demonstration of MEDITECH’s Quality and Surveillance workflow guidance will be followed by a discussion on surveying and managing patients with suspected COVID-19 infection.
Learn about the BCA dashboards created by MEDITECH Professional Services and Newton Medical Center to uncover insights needed to care for their patients during this pandemic.
Discussion topics include Virtual Visits, risk score documentation, IT workloads, staff testing and tracking processes, and EHR training for reassigned staff.
Joohyun Greenwood, informatics pharmacy consultant at Firelands Regional Medical Center (Sandusky, OH), will explain how the organization is using a Business and Clinical Analytics dashboard to monitor COVID-19 patients.
Chris Neumann, project specialist at The Valley Hospital (Ridgewood, NJ), will discuss options for building Surveillance profiles based on different workflows.
Discussion topics include inpatient units for suspected and confirmed COVID-19 patients, drive-through testing, patient education, and trackers for COVID-19 patients.
Discussion topics include new COVID-19 reporting requirements, Surveillance trackers, Virtual Visit appointments, charting by exception, PPE shortages, and staff communication.
This webinar includes a description of how the scheduled Virtual Visits solution reduces the volume of patients arriving unexpectedly at EDs and practices.
*Please note, registration with MUSE is required to access this webinar.
Discussion topics include interfacing ventilators, transferring patient charts, planning for patient overload, and tracking suspected COVID-19 cases.
Discussion topics include screening and tracking patients, visitors, and staff; ethical issues concerning downtime; and virtual visits.
Discussion topics include obtaining patient consent for virtual visits, flagging patients previously screened for COVID-19, and connecting isolated inpatients with loved ones.