THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR PRESENTATION WAS FEBRUARY 28, 2017
To be considered as a conference presenter, you consent to be recorded. It is understood that MUSE International has your authorization and agreement to have your presentation(s) at the 2017 International MUSE Conference recorded and reproduced as audio and audio/visual recordings on film, tape, disk or other forms of media, whether in analog or digital format by MUSE’s designated convention audio/video crew.
No recording will be permitted by any other individuals during the presentations. The recordings will be offered to attendees at the Conference and afterward through the MUSE website and may also be used as deemed appropriate to further the educational purpose of the organization.
Registration Fee Note
- Registration fees are waived for Facility Member speakers who submit presentations before December 15, 2016. Once the presentation has been approved for the event, the presenter will receive a promo code to waive the registration fee via email.
- Registration fees are reduced for Facility Member speakers who submit presentations between December 16, 2016 and February 28, 2017. Once the presentation has been approved for the event, the presenter will receive a promo code to reduce the registration fee to $400 via email.
- Presentation submission deadline is February 28, 2017
- This offer is available to Facility members only and for only one presenter per session.
- Show & Tell presentations are not eligible.
- No discounts are offered to Commercial Member presenters.
Rooms for all presentations are equipped with a PC laptop (with Office Suite loaded), LCD projector, and screen. Rooms for all presentations will have wireless Internet access.
Before you submit a proposal for consideration please review this guide to presenting an educational session.
To what extent does your proposal offer value or relevance for attendees?
- Does your abstract contain information that attendees want to hear?
- Is there significant value to the attendees?
- Is the presentation relevant to current topics affecting healthcare?
- What are the practical applications of the ideas that are presented?
- Have you included reasoning and documentation to support your conclusions, recommendations, and outcomes?
How well does this proposal advance existing ideas or present or advance new ideas?
- Does this presentation advance existing ideas or present new ideas?
- Has this material been presented elsewhere where attendees may have been present?
Will this information help attendees change or improve the way they work?
- Will this presentation expand the participant’s knowledge of technologies and applications beyond entry-level basics?
- Does the proposal provide guidelines or models to manage attendee's own implementations or applications?
Timeliness of the focus of the abstract.
- Will the presentation be up-to-date and cutting-edge at the time of presentation?
- How relevant is the topic in the context of pending legislation, regulations and technology?
- Will the topic have implications in the future?
- Does the presentation document pre-and post-process or system changes?
Appropriateness of data.
- If there is data in the presentation, is it accurate?
- Does the information provided validate the data?
- Did you attest to the accuracy of the data as part of the proposal submission?
How well does your proposal reach logical conclusions?
- Have the conclusions been supported with data?
- Is the data representative of the key points of the presentation? For example, have cost savings or increases been documented?
- Are effects to processes or outcomes measured and documented?
How well are the purpose and outcomes of the session expressed?
- Is there a well-defined focus?
- Are referenced sources and data appropriately used?
- Does the title accurately describe the presentation?
- Is there enough information in the abstract to understand what you are presenting?
How well does the proposal avoid a product/vendor commercial?
- Does the presentation avoid any commercial content?
- If you are a vendor or consultant, have you included a user perspective?
Ensure your learner outcomes are consistent with the proposal description (minimum of three).
- Will attendees learn the reality versus the hype, the positive and negative attributes, problems encountered but not often discussed, and realistic expectations for the operational use, and adaptability to a changing environment?
- Attendees are searching for guidelines and models to simplify or manage their own applications, upgrades or implementations. Do you outcomes address these?
- Do the outcome objectives match the content?