Who are the Innovators? MEDITECH Customers In Action [Download]

May 30, 2019 |  EHR, Industry Leaders, C-level, Healthcare IT, Value


No healthcare organization should ever have to choose between innovation and value. As our industry continues to transform, it will be important to both adopt new technologies that can meet the needs of demanding consumers, and still prioritize ROI and long-term sustainability while doing so.

Many of our customers have been able to achieve that balance of innovation and value, and their experience can help guide others to similar success. That’s why we’ve decided to put some of their best stories together in a new case study booklet, “The Innovators: MEDITECH Customers In Action.”

This resource includes easy-to-read, one-page case studies on how clinicians are using EHR technologies to improve patient outcomes and succeed in the age of value-based care. The customer testimonials in this booklet represent organizations of all types and sizes, so no matter what your challenges are, you will likely find stories you can relate to and learn from. Some of the cases you’ll read about include:

I hope these stories and our case studies will be as inspirational for you, as they have been for me.  

Read summaries of MEDITECH's recent case studies in our new booklet, The Innovators: MEDITECH Customers in Action

View The Innovators Booklet Online

Written by Helen Waters, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, MEDITECH

Helen Waters is focused on listening to, acting on, and delivering for the healthcare organizations she serves. As executive vice president and chief operating officer, she leverages her deep understanding of customers' needs and concerns to deploy a more cohesive approach to communicating who MEDITECH is as a company, throughout the marketplace and around the world. Helen is passionate and committed to improving our industry with the help of clinician-friendly, sustainable technologies. She believes that all of us—healthcare executives, providers, and EHR vendors—must work together to develop new, actionable strategies for improving outcomes in this age of value-based care.
Find me on: