Thriving in the Virtual World

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Date: December 3, 2020

MUSE is offering its first virtual Community Peer Group-hosted event, and everyone is invited to participate.

What are the issues keeping you up at night in this new virtual world?

Join your MUSE peers for a day of discussion!

Topics and panelists:

Deploying a Hybrid Remote/On-site Workforce

  • Regina Medlin, Lead Scheduler, Harrison Memorial Hospital
  • Gary Neat, CIO, Ephraim McDowell Health
  • Angela Scott, Director, Health Information and Case Management and HIPAA Privacy Officer, Russell County Hospital
  • Chris Gibbs, IT Director, Taylor Regional Hospital

 Maintaining Team Engagement While Working Remotely

  • Becky Blevins, IS System Manager, Ephraim McDowell Health
  • Carole Weinstein, Project Specialist, The Valley Hospital 
  • Brian Nelligan, Business Analyst, Service New Brunswick 

 Overcoming Technical Challenges of Supporting a Remote Workforce

  • Justin Campbell, Network Manager, Ephraim McDowell Health
  • Bradley Decker, Customer Support, Twin Lakes Hospital
  • Garry Embry, Clinical Analyst, Twin Lakes Hospital 
  • Sandy Joscelyn, System Analyst, Russell County Hospital

Implementing Successful Provider Training using Virtual Technologies

  • Jason Weathers, Clinical Systems Analyst, Ephraim McDowell Health

Rolling Out Appropriate Use Criteria

  • Kathy Watson, Clinical Systems Analyst, Ephraim McDowell Health

Understating Price Transparency and Regulatory Reporting

  • Gary Neat, CIO, Ephraim McDowell Health
  • Martha Sullivan, Regulatory Analyst, Harrison Memorial Hospital

Facilitated by

Becky Blevins, PMP, RHIT, CTR
Information Services Systems Manager 
Ephraim McDowell Health


Register for this Event

MUSE Members, to participate in this virtual event you need to register first. 

Free for Facility Members
$39 for Commercial Members

Once registered, you'll be able to sign up for individual sessions.

Register for this Event

MUSE (at home) Kit

MUSE at home KitPart of the expectation when attending in-person events is enjoying snacks, coffee and goodies with your colleagues. This virtual event will recapture a bit of the fun. The first 50 registrants will receive a “MUSE (at home) Kit” containing custom snacks and give-aways, designed to recreate the feeling of being together, even though we are all learning at home for now. 

You must register by November 16 to receive your kit (Facility Members only).

Event Sponsors



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