Date

October 2-4 2018

Location

InterContinental - St Paul, MN

Tickets

Space is Limited!

Sessions

60+ Healthcare Ed Sessions
Medhub User Conference 2018

JOIN US FOR THE ANNUAL MEDHUB USER CONFERENCE

We’re bringing the MedHub and E*Value User Conference back to the Midwest for 2018 and we’ve got some exciting things in store with more inspiration, information, insights and networking opportunities than ever before. Registration open now!

Register

Conference Schedule / more updates coming soon

Breakfast

General Session

Great River 2 & 3
General Session
Welcome to This Year's User Conference!
David Gagne | MedHub

Keynote | The Hero EffectTM

Great River 2 & 3
Keynote | The Hero EffectTM
The weekly planners. The productivity apps. The overstuffed calendars, stacks of lists, and endless obligations that are coming out the wazoo. There’s just too much to do, and time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping away from you. What would it be like if you could make more time? What would you do with it? Imagine not only how much more you could get done, but who knows? You could even carve out a little bit of time for yourself every once in a while. You can become a master of your time instead of its servant. Learn how to make more space in your calendar — and in your life — so you can pay better attention to yourself, your relationships, and your work.
Kevin Brown

Refreshment Break

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Get it Together: Using Groups in E*Value
During this session we will uncover why groups are super useful, what types of groups are available, how to set them up, & the benefits to using them in reporting.
Kate Donely & Becky Thompson | MedHub
Kellog 1
Advancing Your Evaluations, Part I
Take the next step with evaluations: setting up pre-population and outcomes tagging. Understand the benefits each tool provides.
Teresa Hukriede | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
Report/Evaluations/Users
The purpose of this presentation will be to demonstrate the use of the data collected through the evaluation tools and demonstrate the meaningful use of that information through the reporting feature. At our institution, we've set up our evaluations/assessments to align with our accreditation standard requirements. We've been able to use the data collected from this feature, summarize it using the reports feature, and demonstrate clinical competency of our students in the 9 clinical competencies given to us by our accrediting body. This information is used to analyze the performance of our students, in several combinations. For example, we can compare the individual performance of a student and compare it to the group performance. We can identify outlier students who may need additional academic support. We can identify the need for more academic support in certain cohorts, possible course/curriculum revisions, and changes in performance due to the circumstances occurring during that time (new professor/disruption in academic year/introduction of new material/etc). This presentation will provide actual reports that have been generated using the data in E-Value, as well as the results that have positively impacted the progress and development of our curriculum and program.
Sherry Bushong | St. Georges University

Lunch

Great River 2&3
Lunch

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
You called; We Answered: E*Value FAQs Tips & Tricks
Sometimes you discover something in E*Value you didn’t know was there but find to be very helpful!  During this session we’re going to cover some ‘hidden gems’ that a client didn’t know about but turned out to be perfect for saving time or accomplishing a task.
Rich Rydberg
Kellog 2&3
Lifting the Curtain on the NEW Portfolio
This portfolio will reduce administrative burden and allow students to complete tasks they currently cannot in E*Value. This tool is intended to deliver portfolio ownership to the student so that is can be accessed during and after their time with the program.
Bob Winn

Transition

Minnesota Court
Transition Time

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Knowing and Understanding Your Settings Across the System
During this session we will uncover why settings are import, what types of settings are available, how to change them and how they will affect visibility across the system.
Brandon Kiel | MedHub
Kellog 1
Overview of Enhancements 2018
This session will give an overview of the enhancements that we have completed thus far this year. From small changes such as a field update to larger enhancements such as the new schedule report.
Kellen Blaser & Lovelina Fenton | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
User Management – Tips, tricks, helpful hints and what NOT to do
Maintaining an accurate database of users in E*Value is crucial to utilizing many of the functions. It is very easy to forget to promote students at the end of an academic year but remember to import new students. I would like to review tips and tricks of effectively maintaining your Users so that they are at the proper rank and that it is reflective in any other programs that the student can be accessed from. There are a few tips of “what not to do” that I believe would be extremely beneficial Duplicates can be a challenge when you don’t understand how your users are populated throughout the system. I have lived through what that experience and would love to help someone not make the same mistakes. Once you have an accurate User Database you can use it to send notifications, personal records, groups and many other uses.
Monique Frazier

Refreshment Break

Minnesota Court
Refreshment Break

eValue Roundtables

TBA
UME Accreditation
Let's discuss UME Accreditation! You will not want to miss these experts bringing a wealth of knowledge and education to the UME market. Please join Anna and Dave as they share tips and tricks in for E*Value and best practices for UME accreditation.
David Giles | East Carolina University & Anna Lama | West Virginia University
TBA
Nursing and a View into the Future
Join this expert panel as Drs. Romer and Heid bring their passion, experience and educational expertise of nursing to the forefront. Our Product Manager, Kellen will give you a window into the future and transformation of the nursing market through our product while Christie brings her experience in nursing and E*Value client base.
Christine Heid & Charlene Romer | ATI Consultants , Kellen Blaser & Christie Greeley | MedHub
TBA
Let's Meet! Allied Health and Pharmacy Round Table Discussions
TBA
Ken Kosior | Quinnipiac & Rich Rydberg | MedHub

Breakfast

General Session

Great River 2 & 3
General Session
Welcome to This Year's User Conference!
David Gagne | MedHub

Keynote | The Hero EffectTM

Great River 2 & 3
Keynote | The Hero EffectTM
The weekly planners. The productivity apps. The overstuffed calendars, stacks of lists, and endless obligations that are coming out the wazoo. There’s just too much to do, and time keeps on slipping, slipping, slipping away from you. What would it be like if you could make more time? What would you do with it? Imagine not only how much more you could get done, but who knows? You could even carve out a little bit of time for yourself every once in a while. You can become a master of your time instead of its servant. Learn how to make more space in your calendar — and in your life — so you can pay better attention to yourself, your relationships, and your work.
Kevin Brown

Refreshment Break

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Come Together: UME and GME Institutional Collaboration
The Indiana University School of Medicine implemented full use of MedHub for UME beginning in the 2017-2018 academic year after migrating from E-Value. This session will share lessons learned from implementing UME functionality into a nine-campus statewide medical school that has been utilizing GME functionality since 2009. Our institution has approximately 3,000 faculty, 1,200 residents and 1,400 students currently using MedHub.The implementation of MedHub at Indiana University School of Medicine has allowed us to establish best practices for collaboration by creating structures for institutional users and coordinators. Specific areas of functionality that required a collaborative approach include user management, residents as teachers programming and onboarding, credentialing and compliance modules.Our objectives are to review best practices for school wide implementation, design a collaboration structure for ongoing communication and troubleshooting and examine challenges between UME and GME functionality.
Sydni Franks | Indiana University School of Medicine
Governors 4
Staying Complaint with Credentials
During this session will provide an overview on how credentials monitoring assists GME Offices with the maintenance of DEA and state specific licensing. This feature automates license monitoring, and discovers NPI and PECOS registration and validation to help save you time.
Stacy Bernhardt | MedHub
State 1&2E
Integrating Your UME Institution to MeHub Through Self Service Tools
Learn more about self-servicing tools available to integrate MedHub with other systems that your institution uses via our API. Learn how to simplify institutional authentication using our self-serve functionality.
Matt Kay | MedHub

Lunch

Great River 2&3
Lunch

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
A Tour of Enrollment Options in MedHub
During this session will describe the various options schools have when enrolling students and how to integrate internal SIS systems with MedHub. Explore ways an integration will save time and reduce redundancy while maintaining legacy systems and processes.
Cody Beard| MedHub
Governors 4
Stop Chasing Paper, Delivering Contracts Electronically
This session will describe how to increase efficiency and communication by moving away from paper based contracts and manual tracking of the annual resident appointment.
Sarah Gan |University of Kentucky
State 1&2E
Mapping Your Way to Success: Curriculum Mapping Setup
This session will take a comprehensive dive into how the Curriculum Mapping functionality is set up and the map is exported. We will discuss EPOs, course and session objectives and events. We will also examine the relationship between each of the mapped items and how the MedHub tool eases map input and validation
Tina Redd | MedHub

Transition

Minnesota Court
Transition Time

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Hidden Treasures: What you Might be Missing
Sometimes you discover something in MedHub you didn’t know was there but find to be very helpful!  During this session we'll review some ‘hidden gems’ that a clients tend to overlook but can be perfect for saving time or accomplishing a task.
Jenny Strang | MedHub
Governors 4
Save Time, Track Hours Online
During this session will examine how the GME Office can oversee trainee work hours and the Program Director can monitor work-hour compliance. Using this feature will provide insight into work hour trends and violations which would drive continuous improvement for programs to monitor resident wellness.
Jordan Beaman | MedHub
State 1&2E
Get ‘er Done - Student Compliance
The Indiana University School of Medicine (IUSM) implemented the MedHub UME product during the 2017-2018 academic year. Our GME office has been using MedHub since 2009, and has used the MedHub onboarding functionality extensively for their Resident onboarding process. Once the GME Office demonstrated the functionality, we quickly convinced the IUSM to pay to have the onboarding functionality added to the MedHub UME product. This session will demonstrate the benefits of the onboarding functionality, and why this was a good investment in the MedHub UME product.The session will share specific use cases for the onboarding functionality. Our MedHub UME implementation includes over 1400 students across nine campuses and it was essential to centralize student compliance reporting. We sent a “pilot” Annual Compliance Requirements package to our 3rd year medical students in March 2018. The package included six components (including BLS, required HIPAA and OSHA training, as well as other requirements). Once we completed the pilot (actually before), we quickly found other uses for the onboarding functionality. This session will share some of these applications, and the benefits they have provided.The objective of the session is simple – to demonstrate the MedHub UME onboarding functionality, and provide some ideas for utilizing this functionality at your institution. We would also like to discuss next steps which includes enhancing the functionality to include dynamic forms. Dynamic forms allow information gathered through the onboarding process to be automatically stored as data points in MedHub. This enhancement could really expand the application of the onboarding functionality within the MedHub UME product.
Mary Beth Sayre | Indiana University School of Medicine

Refreshment Break

Minnesota Court
Refreshment Break

MedHub Roundtables

TBA
Milestones & CCC Review
Have you mastered Milestones in MedHub? What about your Clinical Competency Committee and this functionality in MedHub? Join us and take charge of these areas as OHSU leadership and our very own Julie LaBare share the essentials to mastering this area in MedHub. You will leave with best practices and application for your own institution.
Allison Brewer & Mattlyn Cain | Oregon Health and Science University, Julie LaBare | MedHub
TBA
Training and Managing Your Programs
Combined, Jean and Tanya bring 55 years of GME experience and a wealth of insight into management and ACGME trends and changes. This duo speaks annually at AHME and ACGME - you will not want to miss them! To ignite this pair, Brian is leading in his effort and drive at UCSF as he oversees GME and managing programs across his institution. Please join this expert panel in understanding how to manage your programs, lessons learned, and best practices.
Jean Ashley & Tanya Keenan| University of Louisville, Brian Steele | University of California San Diego
TBA
Product and Idea Portal - Join Us!
Do you have an idea or burning insight that will make MedHub GREAT! Is there one area that you want to see in MedHub climb to the next level or a desire you have for your institution? Please join MedHub's very own Product Manager, Carlie and Product Owner, Janice and share your excitement and ideas around transition and change.
Carlie Kennedy & Janice David | MedHub

Breakfast

MedHub General Session

Great River 1&4
MedHub General Session
Carlie Kennedy

Refreshment Break

Minnesota Court
Refreshment Break

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
How Secure is my GME Program on MedHub?
Identify best practices around configuration for maintaining a high level of security. This session will review access control for each user type, discuss the difference between anonymity versus confidentiality and review general strategies for effect MedHub hygiene.
Jen Junker | MedHub
Governors 4
How Resident and Faculty Portfolios Can Work For Your Institution
This session will summarize the benefits of tracking trainee's CVs, scholarly activities, QI initiatives and faculty's CME using MedHub's portfolio activities.
MaryAnne Wesner
State 1&2E
Is my Student Succeeding? Managing Final Evaluations and Student Grading
This session will provide the participant with an overview of student grading( recording and reviewing). The participant will learn how to setup the final evaluations, deliver said evaluation and review the final evaluations in medhub.
Jordan Beaman | MedHub

Lunch

Great River 2&3
Lunch

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Evaluations Delivered
Have you ever wondered if you are using the most effective method of evaluation delivery?  In this session, we will review the different avenues for delivering evaluation forms and how to effectively let MedHub do the work.  This will include a case-based discussion.  Please bring scenarios and be prepared to participate!
Julie LaBare | MedHub
Governors 4
Billing Setup & Reporting
Join MedHub's financial consultants Mary and Oscar as they partner with Christine and Alisha to share with you billing best practices and how to transform your institutional workflow into a successful model.
Mary Dishaw & Oscar Gusman | MeDHub
State 1&2E
Measuring Outcomes: A Guide to EPAs in MedHub
Stepping into my position as Program Coordinator at George Washington University (UME), I have worked closely with pre-clinical and clinical staff, faculty and students to utilize MedHub’s platform.Since my start at GWU we have instituted new forms of evaluations delivery for Year 1-4 courses including self initiated evaluations for students, faculty and residents. We have also worked closely with the registrar to add the opportunity for 4th year elective courses to offer MedHub evaluations as a feature of the course.As the primary contact for MedHub at GWU, I have also provided opportunities for trainings for clerkship coordinators and other administrative users of MedHub.Lastly, GWU recently launched an EPA Pilot program. The goal of this pilot is to create a longitudinal view of each learner’s performance over time, facilitate learner engagement in moving further along the trajectory to entrustment, stimulate formative feedback and potentially inform a process to render and maintain formal enalong the trajectory to entrustment decisions by a trained group. We began the pilot program at the start of this academic year (April 2018). In the pilot we expect each learner will be an active and engaged participant in moving further along the trajectory to entrustment, hence this is a STUDENT driven process. In the context of a patient care encounter: 1. Student selects (in MedHub) a relevant EPA they are working on in the clinical setting - Using a self-initiated proformance evalution. 2. Student enters a rating about themselves 3. Student writes comments about how they could gain more independence (as a self-assessment) 4. Student then in real time should show the supervisor their proposed ratings and comments. 5. Supervisor (attending, etc) then makes the final determination of the appropriate rating and provides any additional comments.
Claire Meehan | George Washington University

Transition

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Orientating a New Program Administrator/Coordinator to MedHub
In the central GME Office, we do not have PDs and PCs as our direct reports. Hiring of PCs is done at the department level and typically involves the hiring of individuals with no experience in the University or Medical systems. Orientating new PCs is a multi-step, multi-format process to develop a PC that can: • Identify resources • Understanding the University system • Comprehends ACGME/RRC and Board requirements • Prepare schedules using multiple rules and sometimes competing priorities • Manage a conference schedule • Integrate information from several sources to solve problemsThe teaching/learning process for a new PC needs to involve education in basic principles and requirements (why we do it), a timeline of tasks and activities (when we do it), and finally, how to use MedHub to support your program responsibilities (where to click to do it).
Laura Frost | University of Louisville School of Medicine
Governors 4
GME + Finance = IRIS Success
What is IRIS Success and do you know all the tips and tricks to make this process exceptional? Join our finance experts Oscar and Mary as they walk you through leading steps in MedHub for GME and Finance!
Mary Dishaw & Oscar Gusman | MedHub
State 1&2E
How Secure is my UME Clerkships/Courses on MedHub?
During this session will identify best practices to configure and maintain a high level of security. We'll review controlling access for each user type, discuss the difference between anonymity and confidentiality, and explore general strategies for effective MedHub hygiene.
Jen Junker | MedHub

Transition

Transition

MedHub Expert Panel Sessions

Governors 3
Accreditation and GME Oversight
Are you mastering accreditation in MedHub? Join Kelly and Daniel as they lead our expert panel in how to prepare and align your institution for best accreditation outcomes and measures!
Kelly Beers| Geisinger, Daniel Casillas| UT Southwestern
Governors 4
Learning Modules and Tests for UME
Experts from Mayo Clinic share best practices pertaining to learning modules and test for UME. Please join as Jennifer and Sara pave an excellent path in understanding and utilizing these functionalities in MedHub.
Jennifer Sayward and Sara Howen | Mayo Clinic
State 1 &2E
Onboarding Excellence and MedHub Packages
MedHub's infamous onboarding packaging and dynamic forms come to life as Tina, MedHub's Director of Training, shares best practices and the purpose for these tools. Stephanie and Mark enliven this series as they share their path of onboarding through MedHub and how it transformed their management and centralized onboarding residents for over 200 programs nationwide!
Mark DeVany & Stephanie Burnham | Hospital Corporation of America , Tina Redd | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
Ascend Healthcare and Why Tracking Users Over Time Matters
Catch an aerial view of healthcare and education as Ryan and Mary Beth discuss the history of technology management in healthcare and why tracking educational outcomes of end users over time can prove transformative to healthcare. What are the benefits of tracking a medical student into residency followed by fellowship and ultimately faculty?
Ryan Kohlman & Mary Beth Titsworth | MedHub

Customer Appreciation Event

Birch's Lowertown
Customer Appreciation Event
We will be celebrating this year's User Conference at the first ever event held at Birch's Lowertown! Come for games, prizes, local brews, and oktoberfest foods!

Breakfast

eValue General Session

MN Ballroom W
eValue General Session
Kellen Blaser

Refreshment Break

Minnesota Court
Refreshment Break

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Keeping Your Data Clean in E*Value
This session will encourage a proactive approach to the annual responsibilities it takes to keep a program running as a well-oiled machine. Long-term planning with big-picture lenses will help us to analyze the ebb and flow of work rolling in.
Donna McKirdy
Kellog 1
Advancing Your Evaluations, Part II
Take the next step with evaluations: setting up additional features such as electronic signatures, student sign-off, mandatory question trigger, etc. Understand the benefits each tool provides.
Teresa Hukriede
Kellog 2&3
Tracking Your Educators: Onboarding new educators, yearly educator updates, and retrieving important educator data through reports
This session will incorporate how Experiential Education Staff can utilize the Evaluation Building tool to collect important data from educators and entry of necessary information into Personal Records in order to insure quality control and to meet accreditation standards. This session will cover the creation of the evaluations used to collect pertinent information, entering data collected into User Profile Personal Records, entering specific information about each educator’s course rotation for student viewing, and retrieving all data through Reports to document Educator state licensure, Board Certifications and other Certificates, and all other school specific requirements needed to be appointed to Educator status.Attending this session, participants will see/learn: • Actual forms used in one particular school program for collecting data on new educators coming into the program • Actual school specific requirements needed to become an educator in their program • Where in the data managing system all educator requirements are stored • Actual evaluations used for gathering updated information on an annual basis • Actual reports containing the data collected and entered • What and how trainees can view about specific educators and the course rotation that educator teaches • See actual samples of multiple evaluations and/or coursework used by one school as data gathering instruments from both students and educators • Have the ability for copies of all evaluations and coursework used by one school sent directly to them personally by leaving an email address with presenter at the end of the session
Betty McCullough

Lunch

Great River 2&3
Lunch

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Using E*Value for Effective Communication
This session will teach you how to leverage E*Value to drive communications with your end users. You will learn how to access, configure, use, and track the various communication channels available.
Bob Winn | MedHub
Kello 1
Proficiency Competency
Whether you are in medical education, nursing education, or healthcare education the gap from classroom to clinic is widening. Entry-level health care providers are struggling to meet the needs of the health care industry in terms of skill integration, professionalism, and “soft” skills like critical thinking, empathy, and effective communication. How then do we as healthcare educators move from a knowledge oriented curriculum to one based in professional proficiency? Various terms have been noted in the literature from proficiency, to competency, and even capabilities. Regardless of the term, healthcare education needs to integrate curriculum and clinical experiences while benchmarking student progress against a definition of “entry-level”. This webinar will demonstrate a means of assessing student competence through cumulative integrated proficiencies grounded on accreditation standards, but expanded to meet the soft skill characteristics of all health care providers.
Ken Kosior |Quinnipiac
Kellog 2&3
Building Blocks of User Records
The University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine has been using E-Value since 2014. We recently underwent a restructuring and started a new administrator. Since we have started using E-Value to its potential, we have streamlined handling student records including immunizations and certifications into one unified process. Before 2016, we had been utilizing other management portals to handle this documentation. In these other portals the students had the capability to upload their immunizations into the gateway, but we the administrators would track the immunizations manually, which was very time consuming. Now using the E-Value personal records tab we can track these immunizations in one easy report and determine which students are compliant with the school’s standards. Also, before the start of the 3rd year rotations, staff would draft a letter to the Program Coordinators with the dates of the titers and immunizations. Now using the E-Value system to track the immunizations the Program Coordinators will now have access to the immunizations which will alleviate this needed step to credentialing our students in the hospital setting. Before using E-Value we did not have a system in place to track students ACLS/BLS, PALS, OSHA and HIPPA certifications but now we can. The best part about it is the students can upload the documentation and be able to access them at any time. Our transition through this process has been straight forward. With the help of the Client Support staff at E-Value we were able to quickly get the menu and buttons in place for the students to access these functions and upload their documentation. We had the certificates saved on a drive and we will easily upload them to the system when they are updated. For the students using the other systems, they will just download them, and we will give them the approval. For our new upcoming MS1 students, once they are issued their email address, they will automatically be exported into the system. During orientation week, we have set a section of time in orientation, so the students can upload their immunizations and be ready to be tracked. With around 270 students out on rotations at one time, needing different credentialing documentation these tools in E-Value have made this transition from the classroom to the hospital as effortless as possible. Students and administrators both like having all these documents accessible from one site with no additional cost!
Tiffani Ballard

Transition

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Give me my Data! Evaluation Reports
Learn to begin with the end in mind when creating evaluations. Discover how settings, roles, and question types determine how you see your data in reports. Explore available reporting options and effective filtering.
Sam Biscigila | MedHub
Kellog 1
So you Built the Form. Now What? The Genesis of an Evaluation
We will take you through the steps needed from the time you commit a form to when it generates. Understand what goes into getting evaluations to generate automatically and correctly: time frames, schedules, rank rules, multi-generation dates, form linking, etc.
Eric Bornetun | MedHub
Kellog 2
From Paper to Processor: Using E*Value to power-up elective schedule requests
We began using E*Value in 2013, and in the spring of 2015 we set up User Managed Schedules to enable students to submit requests for electives, time away, and conference attendance directly in E*Value instead of using the paper forms we were completing and faxing/scanning and then trying to file. UMS allows us to avoid using paper, but also enables us to track internal approvals and then makes scheduling a few simple clicks at the final approval point. We have people groups assigned to three different schedulers (RCAs), so they can pull up just their students for review and processing. This has made our workflows much simpler and cleaner, and scheduling much smoother. It also makes it possible for anyone on the team to review requests and approvals in cases of cross-coverage. I plan to show what our paper forms used to look like (yikes!) and how clean the system is in E*Value from a student perspective, and then how the RCA processes the requests. I then want to share some ideas we have for future improvements (including tracking more site-specific requirements).
Janell Kiel Nelson|Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences & Marna Stilley | MedHub

Transition

Transition

eValue Expert Panel Sessions

Kellog 2&3
Ascend Healthcare and Why Tracking Users Over Time Matters
Catch an aerial view of healthcare and education as Ryan and Mary Beth discuss the history of technology management in healthcare and why tracking educational outcomes of end users over time can prove transformative to healthcare. What are the benefits of tracking a medical student into residency followed by fellowship and ultimately faculty?
Ryan Kohlman & Mary Beth Titsworth | MedHub
Kellog 1
Developing Outcomes and Assessments for Programmatic View
Accreditation bodies are moving toward an emphasis on learning outcomes and curricular frameworks. To safeguard accreditation and facilitate advancement healthcare education, programs need to embrace the paradigm shift by ensuring authentic assessment of student progression. Let’s investigate where to start, how to identify outcomes, and begin constructing your assessment plan.
Ken Kosior| Quinnipiac University & Rich Rydberg | MedHub
State 2W &3
UME Deep Dive into Schedule Optimization and Curriculum Mapping
You asked for it and MedHub heard your request! Please join Dave as he performs a deep dive into Schedule Optimization and Curriculum Mapping highlighting best practices and successes as an experience client and expert the market.
David Giles | East Carolina University

Customer Appreciation Event

Birch's Lowertown
Customer Appreciation Event
We will be celebrating this year's User Conference at the first ever event held at Birch's Lowertown! Come for games, prizes, local brews, and oktoberfest foods!

Breakfast

Minnesota Ballroom
Breakfast

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
MedHub at Your Fingertips
This session will cover how to download/add to home screen, walk through of each app, best practices and tips, and demo of new IOS App for Mobile Duty
Carlie Kennedy |MedHub
Governors 4
Dynamic Forms: Everything From Start to Finish
During this session will provide a deep dive into MedHub's custom dynamic forms. We'll discuss the forms' capabilities, testing them, and implementing them. Helping you to understand the package offerings and best practices.
Tina Redd & Chrystal Stancil | MedHub
State 1 & 2E
Sessions Vs Conference
During this session will provide a comparison between sessions and conferences. Some of the topics that will be examined are recurrence, integrations with other functionality, and providing student resources.
Cody Beard | MedHub

Transition

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Exit Checklists: Ensuring a successful sendoff!
The functionality we wish to elaborate on is the alumni tracking exit checklist. We currently use the exit checklist as a way to off-board our trainees and track their future practice plans. This is a comprehensive list that facilitates a streamlined exit from GME and prepares them for the next step in their medical careers. It helps with the alumni data, future contact information, updating their information with outside institution, and assists with future administrative requirements post-employment (i.e. tax forms, obtaining liability insurance). We use this as a safeguard to ensure all trainees, program administrators and the GME office are on the same page. We will go through the process of creating an exit checklist for resident review and program administrator review, and the steps involved in delivering them. Discuss our best practices, including naming conventions, using html formatting, etc. We will elicit feedback from the audience to help create a group discussion on the exit checklist functionality.
Maya Severson | OHSU
Governors 4
GMEC Management
Getting ahead for your next CLER visit. Use MedHub to manage your GMEC members to communicate amongst committee members, share import resources and manage sub-committees, so the GME Office can meet the standards.
Becky Gerace | MedHub
State 1&2E
Course Availability and Site Functionality
During this session will provide best practices for building the foundational components for medical school enrollment. We will also explore reporting and configuring sites.
Tamika Boler| MedHub

Transition

MedHub Breakout Sessions

Governors 3
Learning at Your Fingertips
During this session will provide an overview of the currently available e-learning offerings in MedHub as well as the future of educational technology on the platform. We will explore opportunities for self-help as well as live learning experiences available to all users.
Tina Redd & Eric Zerwas | MedHub
Governors 4
PLA Generator
TBA
TBA
State 1&2E
Schedule Lottery
Oregon Health and Science University uses the schedule lottery feature to schedule all of its Core courses as well as its Electives. We utilize this feature out of both necessity and fairness for students. Because space in any Core or elective is often at a premium, we cannot offer students the freedom to design their schedules fully. Schedule lottery allows us to create student’s schedules in the most efficient manner possible while taking a large amount of human judgement out of the process. Over the course of multiple Lottery’s we are able to build schedules that fill course openings, fulfill graduation requirements, and preserve the students ability to select which courses they wish to take. The ambiguity of the “lottery” allows the Deans office to build schedules for students while avoiding the inevitable influx of requests from students for specific schedules. OHSU utilizes a series of lotteries to create students schedules. The first two occur just after students move into their second year of medical school. These lotteries for Core and Intersessions respectively are open simultaneously for one week. Because we have separated the core and intersessions into their own lotteries this allows us to optimize them separately. By first optimizing Core lottery and ensuring that, all students have received their Core courses they need we can then optimize the intersession lottery around the already optimized schedules with the Core courses. Lastly, once Core and Intersession schedules have been released to students we open up our third and final Elective lottery. This lottery is where students will be able to customize their schedules to an extent. Out of our almost 300 electives, over 175 of them are available for selection through the lottery. Although students cannot ensure that, they receive a specific elective they are able to make as many selections as they would like in order to improve their chances of receiving their preferred electives. The elective lottery does its best to fulfill each students request for electives, although this is not always possible. Because of that, once the lottery is optimized students who did not receive any electives meet with staff from the Deans office to enroll in electives. Once those students have electives we allow the remaining students to make any available and desired changes.
Cameron Budd | OHSU

Breakfast

Minnesota Ballroom
Breakfast

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
Troubleshooting Common Problems
Whether you are new to using E*Value or a seasoned veteran, sometimes answers to significant questions can feel just out of reach.  Do you ever have that nagging sense that a small, missing piece of information is keeping things from flowing smoothly? This session will look at problem solving some common scenarios in E*Value and troubleshooting error states and notices.
Sam Biscigila | MedHub
Kellog 1
Importing and Updating Users En Masse
Interested in managing your users en masse? Learn how to import new users as well as update existing users with our Data Import Tool.
Brandon Kiel | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
Contacting Support
Every E*Value administrator user has had this moment – I need to email E*Value support about a request but what exactly do I write? How do I explain what I really need? Sometimes this becomes a “They Say, I Say” moment where technical terminology needs to be explained in simpler terms. E*Value client support team members have specific words (or lexicon) that help expedite an email request, and identifying those words and processes can help make email requests much more smooth and efficient for users and support team members. This collaborative presentation with an E*Value user and a Client Support Team member will focus on most common requests from users and what structured email reporting words can help expedite those requests.For many E*Value users, novice to expert, we know what we are in need of but do not always know how to clearly convey those needs through an email. We may think we need a modification to the Viewing Access Levels tool for an activity, but what we really need are user permissions additions. At this point, the questions from a client support team member become much more intricate (e.g., question set, evaluation type, evaluation number) and details can become cloudy and lost in the process.A structured email request template is highly effective and proven successful in regard to functionality. At West Virginia University School of Medicine, we have identified specific structured email requests that almost always provide quick turnaround from the client support team. Hearing individual explanations from both user and E*Value support team member as well as seeing examples of structured templates will help illuminate best practices to streamline the email process. Those attending this session will also have time to ask additional questions germane to the topic that were not addressed.
Anna Lama | West Virginia University School of Medicine

Transition

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W&3
The Journey to Your Destination: Common Workflows in E*Value
You know what you need, but the path to get there isn't always clear. We will review commonly desired outcomes and how to achieve them using components in E*Value.
Teresa Hukriede & Suzanne Dubois | MedHub
Kellog 1
Create & Manage Individual Schedules
If you're ever looking to schedule by user instead of en masse this is the tool for you. Learn the ins and outs of how to use the tool, how it differs from other scheduling tools and in what scenarios it is best used for.
Chris Hall | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
Pre-Population
Peter Weber

Transition

eValue Breakout Sessions

State 2W & 3
Commonly Used Reports
Explore the options beyond evaluation reports. Learn about the best reports available to get your information out of E*Value and make fact driven decisions for your institution.
Marna Stilley | MedHub
Kellog 1
Making the Case: Understanding Case Logs
As E*Value's most configurable component, Case Logs can differ greatly from program to program. Learn everything you never knew you could do with case logs and get an in depth look at our new Case Log Summary Report.
Rich Rydberg | MedHub
Kellog 2&3
How can consulting serve you?
TBA
Mary Beth Titsworth | MedHub

Price

PRICING BREAKDOWN

 2.5-Day Client User Conference
 Choose from 40+ breakout sessions for MedHub & E*Value product users
 Network with peers at welcome reception: Birch’s Lowertown Brewery! 
 Register by September 17th: $895
 Optional 1 day Workshop: $395

E*Value: Intermediate/Advanced E*Value Workshop Topics to be Covered

  • Evaluation Extras
    • Expiration Rules
    • Electronic Signatures
    • Review/Release
    • And More
  • Site Specific Requirements
  • Outcomes Tagging
  • Letter of Good Standing
  • Curriculum Mapping
  • NEW Portfolio Roadmap
  • Idea Portal

MedHub: UME Deans Office Beginner Workshop Topics to be Covered

  • Student & Faculty Demographics/ Dates
  • Course & Site Structure
  • Training Enrollment
  • Trainee Rotation Scheduling
  • Final & Course Evaluations
  • Student Grading

*SOLD OUT* MedHub: Program Admin Workshop Topics to be Covered

  • MedHub Portal
  • Resident & Faculty Demographics
  • Trainee Scheduling
  • Evaluations & Milestones
  • Procedures
  • Conferences
  • Reports

Event FAQS / find your answers

The Annual MedHub User Conference has the training and networking you need to more efficiently and effectively educate tomorrow’s healthcare professionals. But you have to be there to take advantage of it! To help get you to the conference, we've written a justification letter you can customize to explain the benefits you receive from attending. Download a justification letter template The User Conference is one of the most effective ways to:
  • Learn about additional product features that we could be leveraging across our institution.
  • Network with individuals from other institutions, and gain insight on how they might be solving similar challenges that we are facing today.
  • Learn about new product features and functionality that are being released in the product in the coming months.
  • Receive invaluable hands-on product training that will make our institution’s product usage more efficient and effective.
Tips for justifying your attendance at the User Conference:
  • Let your boss know that you'll share your newly acquired knowledge with the rest of the team:
    • Plan a presentation for a working lunch after you return.
    • Write a report about the conference, along with recommendations based on what you learned.
    • Gather information from the poster displays and bring it back for your colleagues to review.
  • Create an experts network with a database of the business cards you bring back and share with your team.
Yes! We have a room block saved at the conference facilities, reservation information is listed below.Conference Hotel: Intercontinental Hotel: Saint Paul Riverfront Visit our custom page to make reservations.
Continental breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided for all registrants.  
No, each registrant is responsible for arranging his/her own accommodations and travel. Room block with the special conference rate can be reserved at our custom page.  

For the latest agenda, speaker bios and to connect directly with other attendees in real time throughout the conference, check out our app. More information on the conference mobile app to be released at a later date. 

 
Please send an email to marketing@medhub.com if you have any additional questions.
 

Guest Speakers / learn from your peers in healthcare education

Allison Brewer

OHSU

GME Program Technician 

Allison Brewer is a born-and-raised Seattleite who relocated to Portland and the OHSU community of Graduate Medical Education in 2016.  Since joining GME, Allison has been part of OHSU’s MedHub support team and recently took on a lead role to focus on programmatic outreach and standardized practices of MedHub across the institution.   Allison comes from a background in customer service and streamlining operations within academic medicine, and having received her Fine Arts degree, she brings a creative and collaborative approach to problem solving and systems optimization.  She enjoys photographing her adventures outdoors, horseback riding at local barns, and spreading Disney magic around the office.

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Anna Lama

West Virginia University School of Medicine

Director of Assessment (UME/GME)

Anna Lama is the Director of Assessment at West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine for both undergraduate and graduate medical education studies. In this role, she is responsible for all curricular evaluation and assessment, and she works closely with clinical and research faculty through teaching and learning professional developments and instructional coaching. She earned both her BA and MA degree from WVU with an emphasis in education and curriculum development. Her research interests include peer mentoring, curricular development and assessment. She has authored papers and texts that focus on curriculum development and course design as well as presented at the Southern Group on Educational Affairs (SGEA) and The Generalists in Medical Education (TGME). She is currently an EdD Student in the University of Pittsburgh School of Education.

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Bob Winn

MedHub

Client Service Consultant

Bob Winn has worked for E*Value since 2017, training and support our clients. For the past year, Bob has worked primarily with the Medical Education sector and with a variety of E*Value teams to advocate from the client’s perspective during the development of product enhancements. Bob currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota with his wife and two kids.

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Charlene Romer, PhD, RN, CNE

ATI

Consultant

Dr. Romer has over twenty years of experience as an educator with fifteen years in virtual instruction. Over the last several years she has been actively involved in the curriculum development and student learning outcomes that support program outcomes. Dr. Romer has been in the design/redesign of courses for virtual delivery and the transition of course materials to a virtual and/or blended format; as well as the integration of eLearning tools such as Adobe Captivate, Second Life and Wimba. Charlene has served as chair of curriculum committees, participated in the conversion of a diploma program to a baccalaureate degree granting, single purpose institution; the development of a virtual master's program, and an accelerated bachelor's degree program for second degree students.

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Christine L Heid, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE

ATI

Consultant

Dr.  Heid is a fellow of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation Learning (INACSL - CAE Healthcare) Fellowship Program and is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) and Certified Nurse Educator (CNE).  She has served as an advisory committee member on the ANA Workplace Violence and Incivility Professional Issues Panel and worked with national leaders to help nurses further their education through seamless progression and academic partnerships as chairperson of the Ohio Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN).  She recently joined the QSEN Academic Clinical Taskforce and continues her work to support clinical faculty development and the use of simulation to enhance transfer of learning and development of clinical competence in academic and practice settings.

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Chrystal Stancil, MBA, MHA

MedHub

Manager of Client Support

Chrystal has worked in GME for 12 years prior to joining MedHub in August 2015. During her time in GME, she was responsible for leading the implementation, managing the day-to-day operations, and facilitating the education and training needs of over 60 program coordinators, 1,000 residents, and 2,200 faculty on the MedHub Residency Management System. Chrystal has presented at previous conferences including ACGME Annual Educational Conference and MedHub User Conference. She was also published as a co-author on “Facilitating Institutional Oversight and Program Improvement Through Educational Competency Committees” in the July 2016 issue of JGME as well as teaching numerous workshops to support Faculty, Residents, and Program Coordinators while in GME.

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Daniel Casillas-Villamizar

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

GME Systems Administrator

Daniel Casillas-Villamizar is the GME Systems Administrator at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.  He has been with the Office of Graduate Medical Education since July 2014. He has been instrumental in the management of MedHub and in the redesign and implementation of the Annual Program Evaluation processes for the past two years. UT Southwestern implemented MedHub-GME in 2013.

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Dave Giles, MEd

Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina

Curriculum Management Specialist

Dave is responsible for managing the E*Value system and developing an Academic Affairs database. He serves as a resource for the curriculum committees helping to monitor and report on the BSOM curriculum change that was instituted in 2017.  Dave holds a degree in Information Technology from the University of Phoenix and specialized training in Health Information Technology through helping to establish a HIT program at Salt Lake Community College. Dave also is an adjunct professor for SLCC in the Computer Science and Information Technology department where he teaches courses in database design and development, application programming, and web design and development. He also helped develop an online certificate program associate degree at SLCC.

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Eric Zerwas

MedHub

 Multimedia Training Coordinator

Eric started with MedHub in 2012 and officially became part of the Training Team in late 2017. Hands-down, Eric absolutely LOVES his job. His roles, responsibilities, and talents are the perfect mix for creating the latest in visual software learning and education. Eric’s typical work week spans a variety of tasks; anything from creating and editing training videos, capturing valuable software knowledge from Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), developing eLearning content, assisting with knowledge-base planning and management, and much more. When complicated processes need simplification and easy to understand explanations and visuals, Eric’s definitely your guy.

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Janell Kiel Nelson, MA

Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Clinical Education Program Manager

Janell brings more than 20 years of experience in organization development and higher education administration, beginning her career at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. While earning her MA in Higher Education Admin from Saint Louis University, she also served as Associate Director of Graduate Business Programs. Over the past 7 years, working directly for PNWU, she oversaw the implementation of E*Value in 2013, and is currently responsible for oversight and ongoing support for E*Value at the clinical education level, as well as management of departmental process manuals, and processing grades and preceptor payments.

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Jennifer Junker

MedHub

Implementation Project Manager Lead

Jennifer Junker has worked with MedHub since 2013 and has implemented, trained and supported several MedHub GME and UME clients.  Prior to working with MedHub, Jennifer worked at a federally qualified health center where she helped organize/co-write the center's documentation to become a patient centered medical home and completed ongoing quality improvement data collection and analysis.  Jennifer currently lives in Cedar Rapids, Iowa with her husband, dog and two cats

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Jennifer Sayward

Mayo Clinic Education Technology Center

Program Manager

Jennifer Sayward is a Program Manager in the Mayo Clinic Education Technology Center providing support for MedHub and other systems used in the College of Medicine and Science across five schools and three sites.  She assists GME programs, allied health programs, and the Medical School with implementation and ongoing support.  Jennifer’s past experience includes Education Program Coordinator for the Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program and two fellowships for 4 years before moving in to the Education Technology Center.

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Kellen Blaser, PMC-VI

MedHub

Product Manager

Kellen Blaser has worked with MedHub since 2016 as the Product Manager for the E*Value product. Prior to working with MedHub, Kellen worked in product development with StayWell, Prime Therapeutics, and HealthPartners solving market problems in the healthcare space. Kellen has a bachelor’s degree in business management from St. John’s University (MN). Kellen currently lives in Woodbury, Minnesota with his wife and two children.

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Kelly Beers

Geisigner Commonwealth School of Medicine

GME Program Administrator, Urology; Institutional Residency Specialist

Kelly Beers has been with Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine for 11 years. Kelly started off as the medical student coordinator, after a year she became the Internal Medicine-Pediatric residency coordinator for 5 years and then took the role on as the Urology Coordinator and Institutional Residency Specialist. As the Specialist, she oversees the implementation of new functions, coordination of Med Hub faculty, administrator, and resident workshops and training throughout the institution. She oversees the auditing of all ACGME residencies and fellowships as well as non ACGME programs. Kelly also has a integrated part of our GMEC subcommittees.

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Ken Kosior, EdD, MPT, ATC

Quinnipiac University

Clinical Associate Professor, Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Dr. Kosior earned a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine and a Masters’ of Physical Therapy from Quinnipiac University and his Doctorate in Education with emphasis in teaching and learning theory from University of St. Augustine. His research interests include assessment in health profession education, the role of metacognitive awareness and critical thinking in health profession education, and mind mapping as a pedagogical practice. He also continues to practice as a Certified Athletic Trainer and Physical Therapist working with in an outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine setting.

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Kevin Brown

Keynote

The Hero EffectTM

From blue collar roots in Muskegon, Michigan to purchasing a franchise at seventeen, Kevin has exemplified hard work and determination. After a 30 year career in franchising, Kevin decided to retire and pursue his passion for bringing The HERO EffectTM message to as many people and organizations as possible. His mission is to help people and organizations embrace a simple philosophy that separates world class organizations and high performance people from everybody else.  And, as the father of an autistic child he knows firsthand how the principles of true success reach beyond the boardroom and into the lives of real people facing the challenges of everyday life.

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Laura Frost

University of Louisville School of Medicine

Accreditation Manager

Laura is a life-long learner and a life-long University of Louisville Cardinal. After graduating from UofL, She continued working at the School of Law with Admissions. Laura started in the GME Office in July 2009. In her time there, they have grown to 69 ACGME and multiple non-accredited programs and from a single GMEC to having three working subcommittees. She earned a Certificate in Health Professions Education in 2015 and TAGME certification in 2017.

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Mark DeVany

HCA Graduate Medical Education

Director of Administration

A former UME and GME coordinator, Mark is the director in charge of the MedHub product for the HCA Graduate Medical Education enterprise. HCA GME is currently comprised of 45 hospitals, 251 programs and 3116 trainees. Over the past 2 years Mark has successfully implemented 11 hospitals new to GME or new to MedHub and trained approximately 100 new users of the MedHub system. Mark has been in education for 20 years and has worked with other institutions including UCLA and Vanderbilt.

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Marna Stilley

MedHub

Implementation Project Manager & Team Lead, E*Value Platform

Marna Stilley is an implementation project manager and team lead for the E*Value platform. She has been with the company for three years, helping clients transition from their old systems of record to E*Value. Before coming to MedHub Marna spent eight years as an E*Value superuser for a large medical university. She spent time at the College of Medicine, the Provost's Office, and in the IT department as a systems analyst ensuring best practice in system utilization across all colleges. Marna is thrilled to be a part of MedHub and work with such wonderful clients everyday!

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Mary Dishaw

MedHub 

GME/Reimbursement Consultant

Mary Dishaw is a GME/Reimbursement Consultant for MedHub. Her work experience has allowed her to bridge residency programs, GME Offices and Hospital Finance with regards to Residency Reimbursement. She initially started as a program administrator over 30 years ago. Mary progressed to a GME Office and eventually tracked over 1300 trainees across 5 GME Offices for 26 providers/hospitals. This centralized consortium tracking involved her in every aspect of IRIS, including, but not limited to, audits and cost report data. Although IRIS has been a strong focus her entire career, she has also had the opportunity to work with billing at the University of Minnesota as well as with numerous clients over the years.

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Mattlyn Cain

OHSU

GME Administrative Coordinator

A Washington native, Mattlyn Cain moved to Portland to pursue a degree in business and healthcare administration before deciding on a career in academic medicine.  Mattlyn found her niche in the Graduate Medical Education office, joining the OHSU GME family in 2017, and quickly became an integral member of the MedHub support and implementation team.  She has experience in high-volume work settings, and with her fast-paced and proactive approach, advances the efforts of OHSU institution-wide standards.  In her free time you will find her spending time with loved ones, trying new delicious Portland foods, practicing hot yoga, or reading a good book.

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Maya Severson

OHSU

GME Associate Director

Maya Severson has worked in higher education for ten years, the last five of which have been in the academic healthcare field. She received her Master’s degree in Public Health in 2012 and has had the pleasure of working in Graduate Medical Education at OHSU for the past three years.  During this time she has focused on the recruitment and retention of diverse candidates within residency and fellowship programs and streamlining current processes within GME and the institution at large. Her route to the healthcare field was circuitous and ultimately involved previous interests including painting, apparel design, and a brief stint building skateboards. She is a cat person with a dog, married to a highly tolerant engineer, and they all three reside in Tigard, OR.

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Oscar Gusman

MedHub

GME/Reimbursement Consultant

Oscar Gusman initially started working as a member of the Client Service Support team for MedHub in August 2008 and transitioned to the Finance team in September 2012. He was able to make his transition to a full time GME/Reimbursement Consultant due to the experience he acquired working directly with Mary Dishaw, and participating in the vendor meeting with CGI (CMS contractor).His primary focus is to help clients run their Medicare IRIS reports & Affiliate Billing. He helps bridge the gap at institutions regarding education and teaching hospital costs, finding more efficient and cost-saving methodologies to reduce inefficiency and increase FTEs and money.

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Peter Weber

UCSF: School of Nursing

Product Manager

Peter has been an E*Value super-user since its initial implementation at the UCSF School of Nursing in the Fall of 2015. He has been instrumental in its ongoing success and expanded use as a system solution for evaluations, clinical scheduling ,and data collection for the school. He is an active contributor to the E*Value Idea Portal with over 230 submissions for product enhancements. Throughout his career, he has supported a variety of system solutions for higher education. Peter is a native Ohioan and graduated from Miami University.

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Ryan Kohlman

MedHub

Director of Product Management

Ryan is on a mission to solve real world problems through the application of creative software solutions. Having worked with a number of name brand organizations including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cargill and Patterson Companies, Ryan has experience across a variety of industries. With nearly 10 years of software development experience, he has led multi-million dollar projects that have focused on mobility, data analytics, web-based applications and API integrations.

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Sara Howen

Mayo Clinic Education Technology Center

Education systems Services Coordinator

Sara Howen is currently an Education Services Systems Coordinator in the Mayo Clinic Education Technology Center providing support for MedHub and other systems used in the Department of Education.  She also assists allied health training programs with MedHub implementation and ongoing support.  Sara is a current member of the MedHub Admin Team that works to optimize use of the MedHub system for GME and coordinators (administrators).  She was a member of the MedHub Implementation Team when Mayo Clinic went live in MedHub in 2013.  Her past experience also includes Education Program Coordinator for the Mayo Clinic Anatomic/Clinical Pathology Residency Program and several subspecialty fellowships for over 10 years before moving into her current role.

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Stephanie Burnham

Hospital Corporation of America

Manager of Program Operations 

Stephanie previously served as program coordinator for Vanderbilt General Surgery for over a decade, before being recruited to HCA in 2016 to help establish new GME programs across the enterprise. Stephanie oversees the operations of more than 200 residency programs in 53 hospitals across 17 states. She is a current member and past president of the Association of Residency Administrators in Surgery (ARAS), with more than 13 years of experience in the GME field. Stephanie is also a member of the ARAS ACGME Requirements Ad Hoc Committee and an ACGME Physician Well-Being Symposium member, and was a faculty contributor to the inaugural ACGME Advanced Coordinators Course. She is a frequent guest lecturer on topics tailored to coordinators, administrators, and managers.

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Sydni Franks

Indiana University School of Medicine

Residency Management System Administrator

Formerly a secondary Spanish teacher, Sydni’s background in Educational Technology Services at Denison University while an undergrad as well as her work in secondary schools in Chicago and Indianapolis teaching and coordinating curricula helped her to pivot into her current role. Her professional interests include instructional design, assessment data analysis, educational technology, front-end web design, and process improvement. Sydni joined the GME Office shortly after the IUSM’s Medical Student Education MedHub team started to utilize MedHub’s UME functionality, and though specifically responsible for the GME MedHub interface, she has worked to promote flexibility, creativity, and consistent collaboration across the UME and GME interfaces.

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Tanya Keenan, C-TAGME

University of Louisville

Program Manager, GME & Residency Program Coordinator

Ms. Keenan is the Program Manager of Graduate Medical Education and Residency Program Coordinator in Family and Geriatric Medicine at the University of Louisville. She began her career in Family Medicine at the University of Louisville and has worked in medical education for more than 25 years. Tanya is a member of the Association of Family Medicine Administration (AFMA) and the Association of Hospital Medical Education (AHME).

Tanya serves as co-chair of the Program Coordinator Leadership Council (PCLC), Mentoring Program, and Curriculum and Professional Development committees. She is a voting member on the Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) and serves on the GMEC Accreditation subcommittee.

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Teresa Hukriede

MedHub

Client Service Consultant

Teresa Hukriede has been with eValue Client Services since 2016. In addition to supporting clients, she enjoys co-leading the eValue Workshop Trainings and maintaining the supplemental documentation. Teresa uses everyday as an opportunity to teach something new, as well as learn something new herself. She and her Significant Other currently lives locally in Minnesota with her 3 kids, one human, one canine, and one feline.

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Tiffani Ballard

University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine

Clerkship Data Coordinator

Tiffani Ballard currently serves as the Clerkship Data Coordinator and E-Value Administrator at the University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pikeville, Kentucky.   She received her Bachelor of Arts from Morehead State University with a major in History and Sociology and is currently working on her Master of Business Administration with an emphasis of Healthcare Administration at the University of Pikeville.  She also is a Global Career Development Facilitator.  In her free time, Tiffani is currently training for her second half marathon and spending time with her family and two children, Chandler and Clark.

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Tina Redd, MS, MSEd

MedHub

Training Director

With nearly a decade of experience supporting and training on medical education software solutions at multiple levels, Tina’s role as Training Director allows her to ideate, design, and develop engaging learning systems for software user and provide the best possible experience, while equipping learners with the tools necessary to be confident and motivated users. While Tina is passionate about the intersection of education and technology and using technological tools and media to facilitate and improve learning, she also enjoys being in front of learners while facilitating trainings. As a lifelong learner, Tina has formalized her passion and experience by obtaining advanced degrees in both technology- and education-related fields; earning an Master of Science in Computer Information Systems, and an Master of Science in Education (MSEd) in Learning Design & Technology.

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Attendees

Conference Location

InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront
11 E Kellogg Blvd
St Paul, MN 55101

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Transportation

App-Based Rides:

1. Choose a ride that suits your group size and need for luggage storage.

2. On the app —> Hail the ride

3. Please go to the ride pickup site:

-Terminal 1 (Lindbergh): Level 2 of the green parking ramp, above ground transportation

-Terminal 2 (Humphrey): Ground Transportation Center, ground level of purple parking ramp.

4. Tell the driver you will be going to the Intercontinental Saint Paul, Riverfront!

Super Shuttle Service:

$16  per transfer-one way

$28  round trip-cash or pre-pay credit card

From airport to hotel: Runs between 4:30 AM-11:00 PM. After 11:00 PM and before 4:30 AM please call Super Shuttle to arrange pick up. Follow the signs for Hotel Shuttles and Scheduled Vans to the Ground Transportation Atrium. The Super Shuttle guest service desk is located near the center of the shuttle area. Service available 24-hours.

From hotel to airport: Reservations must be made at least 1.5 to 2 hours in advance. Reservations may be made by calling Super Shuttle at 800 258 3826 or Fax # 612 827 6777.

Taxi cab: Approximately $45 arrival or departure from the airport.