MUSE Webinars

A webinar is a time-efficient, free venue to attend an exciting MUSE educational session. It’s a conference on the Internet. A webinar is an online meeting and teleconference where users can hear presenters (and ask questions) through the telephone and watch a power point presentation using the internet. This format allows for multiple participants at each site and registration is free!  Webinars allow people to share information without actually having to travel, thereby saving time and money.
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Upcoming Webinars


Recent Webinars

  • Learn about server maintenance with minimal service interruption at Halifax Health. We will cover these topics: * Migration from Client Server * Old Processes * Overview of Expanse Environment * Objective of "5 9s" (99.999% up time) Step 1: Always on file servers Step 2: New "Swing Space" functionality ...

  • In the hospital, there are constant needs for staff education. With our hospital growing at a rapid rate, “MEDITECH Education” can mean something different for each job type and clinical area. Having a standard education for basic orientation to the system just did not work anymore. Utilizing screen-recording ...

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  • Expanse Point of Care is MEDITECH's mobile solution for nursing and therapy staff. Point of Care technology encompasses med administration and patient care documentation as well as order and lab review, all on one hand-held device. As the first site to go live with this technology, we will discuss wins, ...

  • This webinar will explore the additions to the Bed Board in MEDITECH 6.15. Topics of discussion within Bed Management Desktop: Floorpan view Bed Attributes Interactive Bed Icons Bed Requests Bed Reservations Plus - a review of the dashboards the team at Valley built from the ...

  • Choices always have consequences and it’s no different in a hospital setting. This is particularly true when patient data access is under scrutiny which can impact financial, departmental and strategic initiatives. No matter what EHR your hospital is using, the chances are high that some of your patient ...