Save the Date for MEDITECH LIVE 24!

September 25-27, Foxborough, MA

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Value-driven Strategies for Actionable Innovation

This conference will bring together diverse, experienced healthcare innovators committed to collaboration in this new era of health IT transformation. Through high-level panel discussions and breakout sessions, we will explore the disruptive forces affecting our industry and brainstorm real-world solutions. Let’s come together to redefine how healthcare leadership and technology can make an impact on our communities.

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Agenda

Presentation slides, if available, are linked to the session name.

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Tuesday, September 19

6 p.m.

MEDITECH LIVE 23 Welcome Reception

Thank you to our Welcome Reception sponsors!

Wednesday, September 20

9:30 a.m.

Advisory Meetings

  • Nurse Advisory | Babbage West

  • Interoperability and Data Collaborative | Engelbart Boardroom

  • MaaS User Group | Babbage East

11 a.m.

Registration, Welcome Lunch | Hypatia Ballroom, and Vendor Gallery

12:15 p.m.

Welcome Address | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Helen Waters, Executive Vice President & COO, MEDITECH

Cathy Turner, BSN, MBA, RN-BC, Chief Marketing and Nursing Executive, MEDITECH

Rachel Wilkes, Director, Corporate Brand, Lead, and Generation Marketing, MEDITECH

12:45 p.m.

Welcome to the Revolution | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Russ Branzell, F/L CHIME, CHCIO, FACHE, CDH-E, President & CEO, CHIME

1:15 p.m.

Panel: Impactful Strategies for Burden Reduction | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Moderator:

Andrew Burchett, DO, Executive Director, Medical Informatics, MEDITECH

Panelists:

Russ Branzell, F/L CHIME, CHCIO, FACHE, CDH-E, CEO & President, CHIME

Elisabeth Moore, MD, FACEP, WMC Emergency Department Medical Director, NCH Professional Wellbeing, Culture of Wellness Team, North Country Health

Kenn Harper, Vice President of DAX Product Management and Transformation, Microsoft/Nuance

2 p.m.

Break and Vendor Gallery

2:30 p.m.

  • Breakout Sessions: Burden Reduction

    Overburdened and Burnt Out: How Three Organizations Increased Efficiency and Automated Staff Processes | Atanasoff

    Dessiree Paoli, MBA, Director of Product Marketing & Strategy Leader, Interlace Health

    Art Nicholas, Chief Commercial Officer, Interlace Health

    Mike Burke, MSHCM, Assistant Vice President, Information Systems, Valley Health System

    Deanna Mol, Interim Director, Digital Health Optimization, Halton Healthcare

    The integration of digital forms and electronic signatures has emerged as a powerful solution to eliminate redundancies and inefficiencies, optimize workflows, and improve staff experience. But how does leadership initiate a process change that sticks? Learn how 3 different hospitals transformed workflows, reduced staff and leadership burdens, and ultimately improved the quality of care delivered to patients.


    Building a Health Data Economy in Massachusetts | Chomsky

    Denny Brennan, Executive Director and CEO, Massachusetts Health Data Consortium

    William Young, CIO, Berkshire Health Systems

    John Budaj, Vice President of Information Technology, Fallon Health

    The byproduct of digital transformation in the healthcare industry has been the rapid expansion of data production and capture. But in order to truly harness data in a way that achieves meaningful outcomes and enhances productivity, there needs to be an agreed upon framework for data exchange. Starting with one of the most challenging transactions – prior authorizations – panelists will discuss the impact of a shift in data-sharing culture between payers and providers, as well as share insights into the positive impact that automation will have on the prior authorization process.


    Value of Investing in EHR Optimization, From Burden Reduction to Value-Based Care | Cray

    Mike Ward, CIO, Anderson Healthcare

    William Gustin, MD, Director of Medical Informatics, Kingman Regional Medical Center

    Anderson Healthcare will share how its investment in targeted optimization, coupled with the support and engagement of operational leadership, has helped to elevate its organizational performance. Find out how leaders there succeeded in their strategic initiatives, including increasing provider engagement, reducing documentation burdens, and improving value-based care.


    Reducing Data Fragmentation and Clinician Burnout Through Practical Application of AI | Babbage East and West

    Randy Brandt, PA-C, Primary Care Physician Assistant, Mile Bluff Medical Center

    Peter Clardy, MD, MBA, FAANS, Senior Clinical Specialist, Google Health

    Disparate sources of unstructured data, which abound in healthcare, can now be considered assets to power generative AI. MEDITECH's collaboration with Google's Search and Summarization uses large language models and natural language processing to present a longitudinal view of the patient, leveraging structured and unstructured data from Expanse, legacy MEDITECH systems, and scanned documents. This session covers how providers can use familiar search functions to intelligently organize and present condition-related information to quickly find answers to their questions and lower their cognitive burden.


    Delivering Exceptional Patient Communication Without Staff Burden | Backus

    Sarah Ludlow, Director, Strategic Partnerships, Artera

    Matt D'Errico, CIO, Lawrence General Hospital

    85% of staff are still using phone-based communication as their primary method of patient communication, but there is a better way. Learn how Expanse Patient Connect is enabling the clinical support staff at 30 different health systems (acute and ambulatory sites) to get off the phones, reduce time spent on frustrating administrative tasks, and invest that time back into high-touch patient experiences.


    Reducing Healthcare Burden through Strategic Technology Integration and Team Empowerment | Bartik

    Mike Knebel, CEO, Forward Advantage

    This session will be interactive, with participants exploring strategies for leveraging existing technology & integrating solutions to streamline workflows and minimize IT burden, evaluate hybrid models for staffing, raise competence and empower healthcare teams, and consider the ROI of these practices. Attendees will learn from each other’s experiences and share lessons learned.

3:30 p.m.

Break and Vendor Gallery

4 p.m.

Keynote Address | Joanne Wood Auditorium

Trends and Signals that Redefine the Future State of US Healthcare and What Organizations Must Do to Be Ready

Paul Keckley, PhD, Healthcare Policy Analyst, Managing Editor of The Keckley Report, Managing Partner of The Keckley Group

The U.S. healthcare industry is big, complex, fragmented, labor-intense, capital intense, and highly regulated by local, state, and federal agencies. It is nearly 20% of the entire US economy, yet instability and uncertainty are pervasive. In this session, Dr. Keckley will examine trends and signals in five domains (clinical, technological, regulatory, capital, and consumer) from an outside-in perspective, as well as the implications for hospitals, physicians, and long-term care professionals.

5 p.m.

Cocktail Reception and Vendor Gallery

Thursday, September 21

8 a.m.

Breakfast and Role-based Networking | Hypatia Ballroom

9 a.m.

Welcome and Keynote Address | Joanne Wood Auditorium

Amer Kaissi, PhD, National Speaker, Author, Executive Coach

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This session is co-sponsored by Huron Consulting.

10 a.m.

Panel: Staying Competitive Through Innovative Care Models | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Moderator:

William Gustin, MD, Director of Medical Informatics, Kingman Regional Medical Center

Panelists:

Michael Schlosser, MD, MBA, FAANS, Senior Vice President of Care Transformation and Innovation, HCA Healthcare

Joe Diver, CIO, Holyoke Medical Center

10:45 a.m.

Break and Vendor Gallery

11:15 a.m.

  • Breakout Sessions: Innovative Care Delivery Models

    Roundtable: Strengthening Maternal Health | Bartik

    Wendy Bolinger, MBA HCM, BSN, RNC-ONQS, Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare

    Nancy Engeman, Quality Outcomes Coordinator, Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare

    A commitment to maternal health is a commitment to the health and well-being of a community. Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare will share how they empowered clinicians to promptly identify maternal complications and initiate interventions through a combination of staff education and MEDITECH Surveillance. Join this roundtable to learn how access to immediate, actionable insights can prevent complications related to obstetric hemorrhage and severe hypertension/preeclampsia – and share your organization’s experiences with advocating for and promoting maternal health needs.


    Telehealth: Transforming Care Delivery | Babbage East

    Sherri Hess, CNIO, HCA Healthcare

    Kim Maples, CIO/Vice President of Support Services, Carteret Health Care

    Join a discussion with two distinguished nursing leaders focusing on a variety of nursing and provider telehealth initiatives, such as virtual nursing and telepsychiatry. Attendees will learn how HCA and Carteret established their successful programs, from inception to outcomes, and will come away with concrete strategies they can undertake at their own organizations to reduce staff burden and improve patient engagement through telehealth.


    Calvary Hospital MIPS 2023: What to Do When You Don’t Fit In | Cray

    Antonio Medina, Information Systems Director, Calvary Hospital

    Larissa DeGregorio, Analyst, Client Services, MEDITECH

    Learn how Calvary is using surveillance to assist with MIPS and Med B Claims Quality Measures for patients and their advanced care.


    Roundtable: Patient Engagement Critical Success Factors | Chomsky

    Eric Gasser, Vice President, Information Systems/CIO, Wooster Community Health

    Kent Bakaev, MD, Medical Director, Hebrew SeniorLife

    At this roundtable, we will discuss goals for establishing an impactful patient engagement initiative. Learn straight from leaders that have done the work: What are some key factors to plan for? What obstacles can you expect? Wooster Community and Hebrew Senior Life will share lessons learned at their organizations and help get attendees started on their own path.


    Panel: Innovation in Action: Health Equity and Social Determinants of Health | Babbage West

    Sherry Montileone, CIO at Citizens Memorial Healthcare

    Avery Haller, MPH, Executive Director of Strategy and Partnerships, Health Gorilla

    Sarah DeSilvey, DNP, FNP-C, Director of Terminology, Gravity Project; Clinical Faculty, Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont

    Learn about efforts to expand health equity for populations who are disproportionately affected by health-related social needs from industry leaders who are working directly to promote change. Participants will be discussing strategies for standardizing the expression of SDOH data, expanding upon its exchange, and capitalizing on the insights gleaned to implement solutions in their communities.

12:15 p.m.

Lunch | Hypatia Ballroom

1:15 p.m.

Advancing AI in Healthcare: The Power of Collaboration | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Patricia Florissi, PhD, Technical Director, Office of the CTO, Google Cloud

Peter Clardy, MD, MBA, FAANS, Senior Clinical Specialist, Google Health

Are you ready for the future of healthcare powered by AI? Generative AI (genAI) and large language models (LLMs) have the potential to transform the way we diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases. Google's team of world-renowned experts in artificial intelligence is at the forefront of this transformation, partnering with companies like MEDITECH to bring effective, helpful, and safe AI solutions to the healthcare industry.

2 p.m.

Panel: Intelligent Application of Data | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Moderator:

Mike Cordeiro, Senior Director, Interoperability Market & Product Strategy, MEDITECH

Panelists:

Micky Tripathi, PhD, MPP, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Paul Wilder, Executive Director, CommonWell Health Alliance

Brian Heaton, Director of Information Systems, Milford Regional Medical Center

2:45 p.m.

Break and Vendor Gallery

3 p.m.

  • Breakout Sessions: Intelligent Application of Data

    Data Sharing in the Face of Disaster | Babbage East

    Barbara Malacaria, Associate Vice President of Nursing Services, Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital

    Dee Dee Johnson, Director of Enterprise Applications, Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital

    Margaret Clapp, Pharmacy Healthcare Executive

    When a major fire closed Signature Healthcare’s inpatient facility in February 2023, it took a collaborative team effort to ensure patient safety and continuity of care in their community. Hear from leaders who were there that day — working in IT, Pharmacy, and Administration — and learn what strategies they used in their recovery.


    Closing Care Gaps | Cray

    Holly Miller, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, MedAllies

    Kristin Conley, DO, Frederick Health

    Deborah Harrigan, MD, Northeastern Vermont Medical Center

    Gaps in care are missed opportunities to initiate recommended interventions and to maintain forward momentum in a patient’s health journey. Having access to a patient’s longitudinal health data and effective communication are essential to proactive care management. Transfers of care often introduce or widen gaps in care due to a breakdown in communication and traditionally inefficient processes for ensuring a seamless transfer of patient data and care plan. Panelists will discuss two approaches necessary for closing care gaps – leveraging technology to improve data exchange and using patient data to efficiently track gaps in care and surface insights.


    Using AI to Implement Policies and Procedures to Combat Cybercriminals | Babbage West

    John Gomez, Chief Security and Engineering Officer, CloudWave

    As healthcare leaders, we must consider not just the benefits of AI technology, but also the risks involved when it falls into the hands of cybercriminals. We will discuss how hackers can leverage generative AI to increase and evolve attacks in the healthcare realm. Attendees will learn how to institute policies and prepare your teams to combat the misuse of AI before it happens.


    Interoperability Now and Alignment with the FHIR Road Map | Chomsky

    John Valutkevich, Director of Programs, Drummond Group

    Jason Vogt, Manager, Interoperability APR & Structured Documents, MEDITECH

    Learn how MEDITECH is meeting the demands of its customers and patients with an ever-increasing interoperability footprint based on the HL7 FHIR standard. Attendees will gain an understanding of how ONC and CMS are shaping a FHIR Road Map and EHR implementation planning.


    Leveraging MEDITECH Expanse APIs to Eliminate Double Work for End Users | Backus

    Aditya Bansod, CTO, Luma Health

    Debbie Oathoudt, Project Manager, Patient Engagement Technology, Northfield Hospital + Clinics

    Find out how APIs in Expanse can help clinicians and staff to handle burdens associated with high call volumes, large numbers of patients, and understaffing, in addition to evolving regulatory requirements.

4:45 p.m.

Depart for Customer Event

Please be outside at the entrance of your hotel or the MEDITECH Conference Center at 4:45 pm for pick-up. The bus will pick-up at the Sonesta, Hampton Inn, and Residence Inn, in addition to the MEDITECH Conference Center.

6 p.m.

A Night on the Charles Event

Thank you to our event co-sponsors!

Friday, September 22

8 a.m.

Breakfast | Hypatia Ballroom

9 a.m.

MEDITECH Town Hall: Tech Talk | Joanne Wood Auditorium

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Nassim Abouzeid, Director of Client Services, System Technology and Performance, MEDITECH

CJ Fay, Senior Manager of Client Services Technical, MEDITECH

Thomas Moriarty, Manager, Information Security, MEDITECH

Matthew Reopell, Supervisor, Cloud Services, MEDITECH

10 a.m.

Break

10:15 a.m.

  • MEDITECH-led Breakout Sessions

    Development Roadmap: Spotlight on Patient Care | Cray

    Emily Pacheco-Valente, BSN, RN, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Learn about the innovative strategies and technologies that are driving our Expanse Patient Care solution forward! From the latest initiatives advancing clinical workflows to our strategy and future vision, this session will explore how Expanse Patient Care is keeping up with, and advancing beyond, the ever-changing needs of healthcare.


    CMS and ONC Regulatory Landscape | Babbage East

    Shoshannah Gil, Senior Supervisor, Regulatory Programs, MEDITECH

    The U.S federal government continues to evolve the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Promoting Interoperability and Quality Payment Programs and the Office of National Coordinator (ONC) for Health IT regulations at a rapid pace. We will discuss the latest requirements based on final and proposed rulings, including the CMS IPPS and PFS ruling, and the ONC HTI-1 ruling. Other topics will include the United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI), Electronic Health Information (EHI) Export, electronic Case Reporting, Antimicrobial Use and Resistance Reporting, Social Determinants of Health, and more.


    The Next Stages of Cancer Care Delivery | Backus

    Matt Soehl, RPh, PharmD, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Find out how MEDITECH is addressing changes in cancer care in three specific ways including (1) Precision Medicine: use cases for Expanse Oncology/GenomOncology integration and its relevance/utility in clinic workflows; (2) Web-based ordering: a conceptual preview of the next evolution of Expanse Oncology, and its flexible future in Outpatient Infusions and Regimen Ordering; and (3) Interoperability: What is mCODE and what does it mean for the future of EHRs?


    Development Roadmap: Spotlight on Revenue Cycle Management | Atanasoff

    Matthew Chadwell, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Gain an understanding of MEDITECH's revenue cycle vision (including the three pillars of success (simplify and automate, improve the patient experience, industry evolution/innovation) and the resulting development roadmap. Learn details of current development activity and near term future initiatives spanning the entire revenue cycle, across all care settings.


    Development Roadmap: Spotlight on Physicians (Acute & Ambulatory) | Babbage West

    Michael Coelho, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Kristen Martino, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Join this breakout session to hear more about MEDITECH's physician strategy from the product management team. We will focus on what MEDITECH has planned in the near future for physicians in both the Acute and Ambulatory care settings, including ambient listening, referral management, problem list organization, and provider efficiency.


    Scottsdale Institute’s IT Benchmarking Program: Leveraging Industry Insights for Strategic Planning | Bartik

    Stuart Hurley, Benchmarking & Research Consultant, Scottsdale Institute

    At a time when organizations are being asked to further stretch resources, it is helpful to have a sense of how peers are responding and adapting their IT programs throughout the industry. The Scottsdale Institute’s IT Benchmarking Program offers a unique opportunity to learn more about other organizations’ approaches to IT management, and in turn, to engage your own organization in discussion using this rich contextual data. Join this session to learn more about the current IT expense and staffing trends that Scottsdale Institute is seeing across the industry.


    Canadian Market Update and Innovations | Chomsky

    Robert Molloy, Director, Canadian Market and Product Strategy, MEDITECH

    Nick Palmieri, Director, Regional Canadian Sales, MEDITECH

    We will present an update on the Canadian market and related activities as well as upcoming project activities MEDITECH is engaged in.

11 a.m.

Break

11:15 a.m.

  • MEDITECH-led Breakout Sessions

    Achieving EHR Optimization Through eLearning, Collaboration, and Applied Technologies | Cray

    Shawn Burroughs, CIO, Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital

    Nathan Retelle, CPMSM, Director, Provider Support & Engagement, Steward Healthcare

    Jessica Miarecki, Director, Maas Implementation, MEDITECH

    Join this session to learn how technology, particularly eLearning, has enhanced the utilization and proficiency of EHR solutions. Discuss the intended and unintended benefits and outcomes that have arisen from eLearning adoption.


    MEDITECH Alliance: What it Means to You | Bartik

    Brian Schuller, Manager, Business Development, MEDITECH

    Jeffrey Kimball, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

    Join us to hear how customers can take advantage of third party partnership collaborations via The MEDITECH Alliance - our new official partner program for third party complementary solutions to the Expanse EHR.


    Population Insight and Care Compass | Babbage East

    Sumit Choudhary, Director, Customer Innovation, Innovaccer

    Kate Jenkins-Brown, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    This session will demonstrate how Care Compass can leverage the data available in the Expanse EHR to optimize ambulatory care management workflows and promote better patient outcomes. Optimization opportunities for patient care, operational efficiency, and value-based performance increase when organizations are able to leverage the additional data sourced through Population Insight powered by Innovaccer. Capitalizing on actionable data embedded in your existing ambulatory workflows and population analytics visualizations available in Business & Clinical Analytics ensures the health of your patients and your organization.


    Pick Your Path: Pathologists First with Expanse Pathology | Backus

    Jennifer Ford, Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Come see the new Expanse Pathology, reimagined and redesigned to set the groundwork for the future of Pathology. We will be seeking early adopters in December 2023.


    Best Practices Associated with the Arch Collaborative | Atanasoff

    Priscilla Frase, MD, CMIO and Hospitalist, Ozarks Healthcare

    Connor Bice, Senior Director, KLAS Research

    Christine Parent, Associate Vice President, MEDITECH

    Join us to discover how MEDITECH and the KLAS Arch Collaborative are working together to address the challenges associated with clinician burnout. You will also hear how Ozarks Healthcare has effectively utilized benchmarking data to make focused improvements. See how a combination of eLearning tools and proven field training techniques can refine your organization’s clinical education practices.


    Canadian Corner | Chomsky

    Canadian customers looking for discussion or follow up on any matters or general inquiries are welcome to take part in this open forum.


    Continued: Development Roadmap: Spotlight on Physicians (Acute & Ambulatory) | Babbage West

    Michael Coelho, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Kristen Martino, Product Manager, Strategy, MEDITECH

    Join this breakout session to hear more about MEDITECH's physician strategy from the product management team. Hear what MEDITECH has planned in the near future for physicians in both the Acute and Ambulatory care settings, including ambient listening, referral management, problem list organization, and provider efficiency.

12 p.m.

Closing Remarks and Lunch | Hypatia Ballroom

Advancing Healthcare Through Connection

How can we improve efficiency at our organization? What technologies can help guide our clinical, financial, and operational decisions? How do we provide assistance to clinicians as our healthcare ecosystem changes? We will explore these and other questions to support a collective vision of holistic, person-centered care.

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MEDITECH LIVE 23 Welcome Reception

Kick off conference week with your peers and MEDITECH

When: Tuesday, September 19, 6 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Where:  The Harp, Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA

Sponsored by:

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CloudWave logo
Forward Advantage logo
Interlace Health logo

A Night on the Charles

Join us for an evening of great food, drink, and music in the Washburn Pavilion overlooking the iconic Charles River at Boston's world-renowned Museum of Science. You’ll also enjoy off-hours access to the Museum’s Blue Wing, housing three levels of galleries and some of the museum's famous exhibits.

Where:  Washburn Pavilion at the Museum of Science, Boston

When: Thursday, September 21, 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Transportation: Complimentary transportation will leave at 4:45 p.m. from the MEDITECH Conference Center and several area hotels listed on our registration form. Free on-site parking will also be available for those who choose to drive into Boston.

Co-sponsored by:

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ACS MediHealth logo
CereCore logo
CloudWave logo
Forward Advantage logo
Google Cloud logo
Luma Health logo
Pure Storage logo
Suki logo
Surgical Information Systems Logo
The Steve Holmes Group logo
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"Healthcare leaders need support too. We all need dependable partnerships to develop new ideas for driving value, engaging patients, and optimizing technology. Supporting and learning from each other is the best way for us all to grow and adapt within a dynamic industry. MEDITECH LIVE is an opportunity for us to take on this journey together, and become better leaders in the process."

Helen Waters
Executive Vice President & COO, MEDITECH

FAQs

When is MEDITECH LIVE?

Wednesday, September 20

Conference: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Thursday, September 21

Conference: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Offsite Social Event: 6 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Friday, September 22

Conference: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Extend your stay

Whether you’re a Massachusetts native or a cross-country traveler, we hope you take the time to experience all New England has to offer.

In Foxborough, you can shop, dine, and take in the nightlife at Patriot Place, and tour The Patriots Hall of Fame. Maybe spend some time in Boston to soak in the history of one of America’s oldest cities, visit historic Fenway Park for a Red Sox game, or explore our many museums and cultural institutions. Plan your way around town with the T!

It also wouldn't be Fall in New England without apple picking! Check out these pick-your-own farms for apples, cider donuts, pumpkins, and more!

Have a car? In a half hour, you can visit Rhode Island and enjoy the thriving arts community, outdoor adventures, and renowned restaurant scene of our nation’s smallest state. It’s also just two hours west to The Big E, America’s Premier Exposition and the world’s only multi-state fair, representing all six New England States.

What Past Attendees are Saying

  • “There are many challenges facing healthcare organizations today, from sharing patient medical records to engaging patients in their own care. Events like MEDITECH LIVE offer a unique opportunity to partake in genuine discussions around such industry issues, because we all benefit from sharing strategies that make a positive impact on patient care.”

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    Tim Pemberton
    Vice President, Mental Health, Diagnostic Services, Chief Information Officer, and Chief Privacy Officer
    Queensway Carleton Hospital

  • “MEDITECH LIVE provides the opportunity to connect with fellow clinical and MEDITECH leaders as a partnership exploring hot topics within healthcare IT and highlighting MEDITECH solutions to support delivery of high quality patient care. The relationships I have made at MEDITECH LIVE are beyond valuable in optimizing workflows, implementing EMR functionality, and providing connections that last throughout the year.”

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    Christine Yocum, RN, MSN
    Manager of Clinical Informatics and Education
    Surgical Hospital at Southwoods

  • "MEDITECH LIVE was one of the best MEDITECH events that I have attended. The content and focus on patient care, technology, partnerships, and collaboration were engaging and the discussions were very active. I’m looking forward to MEDITECH LIVE 2023!"

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    Darrell Bodnar
    CIO
    North Country Healthcare

  • “It was wonderful to meet in person at MEDITECH LIVE in 2022 and I am looking forward to this opportunity again in 2023. It is so valuable to meet and network with other provider organizations so we can share in our accomplishments and successes.”

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    Jackie Rice, BSN, RN
    Vice President for Information Technology and CIO
    Frederick Health

  • “I had the pleasure of attending the MEDITECH LIVE event for the first time last year, and I must say it was a valuable experience. I appreciated the opportunity to learn from experts in the field, share ideas, discuss trends and challenges, and gain new perspectives on healthcare technology and its role in improving patient outcomes. I look forward to attending the event again and continuing to network, learn, and collaborate with colleagues from different areas of the healthcare industry who are passionate about improving patient care.”

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    Jonathan Hatfield
    Director of I.T. and Compliance, Public Records Officer
    Klickitat Valley Health