October 2-4 2018


InterContinental - St Paul, MN


Space is Limited!


60+ Healthcare Ed Sessions
Medhub User Conference 2018


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!


Conference Schedule / more updates coming soon

MedHub Migrations

  • Onboarding Process
  • Milestones and CCC Review
  • Work Hours and PD Oversight
  • Mobile Use of MedHub
  • Improving Utilization / Utilization Reports
  • Finance and Reimbursement
  • Resident and Faculty Portfolio
  • Credentials Monitoring

Security / Best Practice



E*Value too: Creating a Cadence to manage trainees and faculty

Student Onboarding

Curriculum Mapping

Course Availability and Site Functionality

Schedule Lottery

Enrollment and SIS Integration

Gradebook and Assignments – Emphasis on Final Evaluations

UME Roadmap


How to Track Student Progress

EPAs- Entrustable Professional Activities

Sessions vs. Conferences

UME Enhancement Roadmap

UME Migrations Training for E*Value Clients to see MedHub

Curriculum Mapping Do’s and Don’ts

Advanced Evaluation Functions

The Genesis of an Evaluation: So You Built the Form, Now What?

Going Paperless With Evaluations

What is Your Return On Investment by Using E*Value to Track Information?

Tips ad Tricks for Closing Out a Successful Year in E*Value

Tips for easier Reporting in E*Value

Reporting in E*Value- a Deep Dive

Maximizing Your Optimization

Best Practices for Optimization

What Scheduling Option is Right for You?

Using Create and Manage Individual Schedule

Tips and Tricks for User Management

How We Use Site Requirements and Letter of Good Standing

A Sneak Peek at the NEW Portfolio

Effective Use of E*Value Communication Tools

EPA’s and Outcomes Tagging

Tracking your Educators



 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: 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 if you have any additional questions.

Guest Speakers / learn from your peers in healthcare education

Charlene Romer, PhD, RN, CNE



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



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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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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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


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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Mary Dishaw


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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Oscar Gusman


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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Syndi Franks

Indiana University School of Medicine

Residency Management System Administrator

Formerly a secondary Spanish teacher, Sydni works in the GME Office at IU School of Medicine: managing MedHub, overseeing GME training opportunities for program coordinators, directors, and trainees, and maintaining GME pages on the IU School of Medicine website. In addition to resident onboarding (!), Sydni loves bar trivia and board games, spending time with family, and trips to the dog park with her fiancé and border collie-dachshund puppy.

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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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Conference Location

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

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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.