MEDITECH Speaks on Population Health, Telehealth at Industry Events


MEDITECH leaders and customers are scheduled to speak at three upcoming national healthcare events. Learn more below about each event and the sessions we’ll be participating in, covering topics such as population health, patient-centered care, and telehealth.

The 50th Annual HFMA Hawaii Conference | Honolulu Hawaii, April 20-21

New Tools of the Trade: What You’ll Need to Manage Your Populations, Lower Costs, and Improve Outcomes

Ken Laliberte, Manager, Marketing Solutions, MEDITECH

Join MEDITECH Marketing Solutions Manager Ken Laliberte as he highlights the benefits of specializing care delivery based on risk stratification and new roles emerging in healthcare. He’ll also discuss how Business and Clinical Analytics identifies areas for improvement, and which tools will help you manage population health, engage patients, produce better outcomes, and lower costs.

2017 Spring Hospital & Healthcare I.T. Conference | Atlanta, GA, May 22-24

Standardization of Equipment and How to Clinically Integrate Supply Chain and I.T.

Stacey Hammond Johnston, MD, CMIO and Hospitalist, Beaufort Memorial Hospital

Stacey Hammond Johnston, MD, is the CMIO and medical director of the Hospitalist program at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. She performed her residency at Memorial Hospital in Savannah, GA, where she helped implement a new EMR throughout the organization’s clinics. This experience inspired Dr. Johnston to become more involved in medical informatics.

Boston Health IT Summit | Boston, MA, June 15-16

Using Precision Medicine and Personalized Medicine to Build a Patient-centered Care Strategy

John Halamka, MD, Chief Medical Information Officer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

John D. Halamka, MD, is chief information officer of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, chief information officer and dean for technology at Harvard Medical School, and chairman of the New England Health Electronic Data Interchange Network (NEHEN). He is also CEO of MA-SHARE (the Regional Health Information Organization), chair of the US Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP), and a practicing emergency physician.


Advancing Your Telehealth Strategy to Deliver Value-Based Care, Better Serve At-Risk Populations and Increase Efficiencies (Panel Discussion)

Helen Waters, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, MEDITECH

Telehealth solutions are rapidly advancing, as well as providing tremendous opportunities for providers to deliver care in a way they never have before. MEDITECH Executive Vice President Helen Waters joins a panel of healthcare experts who will share their implementation strategies, opportunities for growth, and recommendations for using telehealth to improve patient care.