Thanks to everyone who attended and participated in this year’s eHana ‘Ohana!
eHana`Ohana Conference 2019
Boston Marriott Newton
2345 Commonwealth Avenue
Newton, MA 02466
Wednesday September 25, 2019
Program: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Reception: 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Every year provider organizations from around Massachusetts gather for the eHana ‘Ohana Conference to learn about technology, engage with the eHana team, and network with their peers. This year the event is back, and bigger than ever!
Morning General Sessions (9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.)
eHana State of the Union
Jacob Buckley-Fortin and Kaipo Henning, eHana
Association Leaders Panel - Industry Evolution
Lydia Conley, Association for Behavioral Health
Ellen Attaliades, Association of Developmental Disabilities Providers
Kathryn Cohen, Children's League
Morning Breakout Sessions (10:40 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.)
The EHR of the Future: A Discussion with the MassHealth Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) on Technology Needs in an Evolving World - with the MassHealth OBH team
eHana Functionality Refresher: Quick Trainings on Forgotten Features - with the eHana Product & Services Teams
Collaborative Event Notifications: Real World Examples of Effective Behavioral Health Coordination - with Collective Medical
Lunch (11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)
Afternoon Breakout Sessions 1 (1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.)
The MassHealth Community Partner Program: Innovation and Evolution – with Camille Vasquez of MassHealth
Effective eHana Support & Release Coordination: Lessons Learned & Real-World Examples – with the eHana Success Team
Phishes, Ransom, and You: How to Navigate Cybersecurity in Small Organizations – with Jack Hamm of Gigamon
Afternoon Breakout Sessions 2 (2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.)
Massachusetts Payers and The Shift to Accountable Care – a conversation with senior leadership at Medicaid payers
Replication, Data Warehouses, and Business Intelligence: The Data-Driven Future – with the eHana Data Team
Staying Compliant in Today’s Ever-Changing EPCS and PDMP Landscape – with DrFirst Rcopia
Afternoon General Sessions (3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.)
Leadership in a Time of Change
Ken Bates, Open Sky
Chris Tuttle, Bridgewell
Becky Roulier, Doc Wayne
Anne Pelletier Parker, Advocates & BHPMW
Jacob Buckley-Fortin, eHana
Networking Reception (5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.)
After the main program take a short walk to the Patio Pavilion, alongside the banks of the beautiful Charles River, and enjoy some refreshments and hors d'oeuvres while you network with your peers.
Please Note: It is free to register for the eHana ‘Ohana Conference using Eventbrite, but all organizations will be invoiced for their ticket selections following the event. Ticket selections are considered an agreement to pay for attendance to the event and are considered final.
Phishes, Ransom, and You: How to Navigate Cybersecurity in Small Organizations
Join us at eHana 'Ohana as we hear from Jack Hamm, Chief Information Security Officer for Gigamon, the world’s leading provider of network visibility solutions.
Phishes, Ransom, and You: How to Navigate Cybersecurity in Small Organizations will explore how cyber threats are one of the most profound risks facing organizations today. For small and medium-sized organizations, 6 in 10 will suffer a cyber incident with an average total impact of nearly $3 million per event. In this session, you will learn to think about your cybersecurity posture, to understand common threats, and to select appropriate controls and safeguards.
Jack Hamm is responsible for the overall security of the Gigamon product portfolio and corporate technology ecosystem. Prior to becoming CISO, Jack led the company’s global security and network operations team, and was responsible for security reviews of their SaaS applications. Jack holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from Suffolk University and a Master’s degree in Information Technology Management from Brandeis University.
Staying Compliant in Today’s Ever-Changing EPCS and PDMP Landscape
Join us at eHana 'Ohana as we hear from Patrick Meadows, Senior Channel Manager for DrFirst Rcopia.
The opioid epidemic has risen to the top of the list of critical public health crises facing this country. Electronic prescribing of controlled substances (EPCS) is currently mandated in 26 states, and five additional states have proposed legislation. Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMPs) were developed to prevent opioid abuse by facilitating early detection and prevention of abuse while assuring the availability of controlled substances for legitimate pain management purposes. Currently, 44 states require a mandatory query of their PDMP database.Staying Compliant in Today’s Ever-Changing EPCS and PDMP Landscape will discuss today’s regulatory landscape and what you can do to ensure compliance. Learn about Massachusetts' requirements, how PDMPs are making a difference in the fight against opioid abuse, and how your in-workflow access to PDMP data saves you time and helps to provide better care.