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Tuesday, March 19 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
MTI Roundtable 5 (Non-Vendor Attendees ONLY): Demonstrating the value of shared state HIT systems to achieve sustainability: RI’s statewide clinical quality measurement system.

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Often the cost savings and buying power of statewide HIT systems seem logical from the beginning, but reaching sustainability requires a demonstration of value to garner commitment. Discuss how RI is partnering with the community to build a shared service for clinical quality measures with vendor IMAT Solutions, and the efforts to navigate the tenuous path to long term sustainability.

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Mark Coetzer

Program Director, IMAT Solutions
Mark has more than 20 years of technology related experience working in a variety of fortune 100 industries. Most recent career contributions have been in the healthcare and life sciences verticals. At IMAT Solutions, Mark is program director managing client implementations and support... Read More →
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Melissa Lauer

Health Information Technology Specialist, Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services
Melissa currently serves as the Health Information Technology Specialist for the RI Executive Office of Health and Human Services on HIT projects within the Rhode Island State Innovation Model grant and the Medicaid HITECH IAPD. She has worked for the State of Rhode Island since 2014... Read More →

Tuesday March 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm PDT
Carroll A (3rd Floor)