Join DoorSpace in Boston Nov 7th at
The Impossible (27 Hour) Day – Strategies for Physician Leaders
By invite only – this VIP event promises to be an unforgettable gathering of the brightest minds in Boston’s healthcare community
About this event
Join Us for an Exclusive Evening of Insights and Expertise
By Invitation-Only – VIP Dinner Event for Physician Leaders
In a world where physician burnout is at an all-time high, DoorSpace invites you to an exclusive evening of discovery, insights, and camaraderie.
Designed exclusively for physician leaders, this VIP event promises to be an unforgettable gathering of the brightest minds in healthcare.
The New York Times recently published an eye-opening article that revealed the staggering daily workload physicians face when they strive to follow best practices.
We understand the challenges you’re up against, and this event is tailored to address them head-on.
Discussion Topics for the Evening
- Insights into Information Management and HR Strategies, presented by Sarah M Worthy, CEO at DoorSpace;
- A Deep Dive into Board Certification and the Rise of Alternatives, presented by Karen Schatten MLS, Associate Director at the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons;
- Unlocking the Potential of AI in Healthcare and Documentation Solutions, presented by Ariel Elizarov, CEO at Lazarus AI
Don’t Miss Out on This Exclusive Opportunity
This is your chance to connect with fellow physician leaders, share your experiences, and gain valuable insights to combat the ever-present challenges of turnover and burnout in the clinical workforce.
Dinner and drinks will be provided. DoorSpace will provide parking validation for guests at the UMass Club parking facilities.
Space is limited, and this event is by invitation only. Secure your spot today and be part of a gathering that promises to reshape the future of healthcare leadership.
Request an Invitation Now to Guarantee Your Seat at the Table.
Date and time
Tuesday, November 7 · 6 – 9pm EST
University of Massachusetts Club
1 Beacon Street #32nd floor
Boston, MA 02108
University of Massachusetts Club
Request an Invitation to Guarantee Your Seat at the Table.
Space is limited, and this event is by invitation only.
Secure your spot today and be part of a gathering that promises to reshape the future of healthcare leadership.
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Doors Open – Meet & Greet
The evening begins with casual conversation over drinks while our guests arrive and check-in.
6:30 PM – 6:45 PM
Introduction to the event’s genesis by Dr. Paul Bergeron. Guests are seated
Guests are seated, and dinner is served while our MC, Paul Bergeron, MD, MBA, opens the evening.
6:45 PM – 7:30 PM
Dinner and Main Panel/Presentations
Our industry experts will spend 15 minutes each delivering key insights into practical solutions they’re seeing improve conditions for physicians and healthcare organizations.
7:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Engage in a dynamic discussion led by Dr. Paul Bergeron over dessert and coffee
8:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Enjoy networking with other physician leaders from the Boston area and share personal strategies on what each of you is doing to manage the Impossible 27 hour day.
The burnout and turnover crisis in healthcare needs solutions that will have an impact right away. This evening will not discuss new ideas that are decades out from adding value, rather we will talk about how organizations are solving these issues with innovative solutions TODAY.
Your discussion leaders are focused on providing pragmatic, hype-free advice from the industry experts so you walk away with actionable solutions that can be implemented this coming year.
Paul Bergeron MD, MBA
Dr. Bergeron is a highly knowledgeable, effective, and top-performing physician executive with a demonstrated track record and proven expertise in accountable care, population health, physician management/recruitment/retention, network/program development, performance management, patient care, facility operations, and business development. He has established capabilities in creating, growing, and empowering high-performing and cross-functional teams. Dr. Bergeron is a “Roll up your sleeves” leader equally effective in the Board Room and on the front service lines.
About The Startup MD (thestartupmd.com)
The Startup MD works with high-growth early, mid and late-stage companies, inclusive of regional diabetes management business development, pharma-sponsored customized patient education product development, medical practice creation and exit, independent physician association value creation and exit, Medical resident education company development and implementation, and served on advising team for health system mergers and acquisitions to gain buy in from board members and other key stakeholders. Some current, relevant engagements include advising an early-stage healthcare IT startup, sales growth for a mid-stage healthcare IT startup, and development of an early stage medical group among others.
Sarah M Worthy, CEO
As the CEO at DoorSpace, Sarah has created an employee relationship management system for healthcare. Sarah has over 15 years’ experience designing and implementing enterprise technology that connects silos across customer-facing departments; now she is using that expertise to connect silos inside employee-facing departments.
About DoorSpace (doorspaceinc.com)
DoorSpace® enables healthcare organizations to solve their clinical turnover problem through innovative technology that “flips the script” on the question of “what makes people leave?”, and instead asks “what makes people stay?”.
The DoorSpace platform is specifically designed to make it easier for organizations to create a workplace where people want to stay while dramatically reducing the amount of time clinicians and administrative teams are spending on manual data entry and paper pushing.
With the DoorSpace solution, healthcare organizations are better able to know your people and build strong relationships with them, more effectively support your people in their career development and ultimately retain and grow your clinical workforce.
Karen Schatten, MLS
Karen serves as the Associate Director of the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS) where she works to advance science-aligned policies within a complex regulatory environment. At NBPAS, Karen develops strategy and growth initiatives, external-facing partnerships and communications, as well as engaging in state and federal advocacy. During her tenure at NBPAS, the organization notably achieved recognition by all major national accrediting bodies for health plans and hospitals including the National Commission on Quality Assurance (NCQA) and The Joint Commission (TJC), further cementing the organizationʻs reputation as an innovative changemaker and positive disrupter in the healthcare space.
About the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS.org)
For the past 7 years, the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS), a small nonprofit organization led by physicians from leading medical institutions, has been working to solve a problem that is driving physicians out of medicine and reducing patient access to care. Recognizing that irrelevant tasks contribute heavily to the burnout crises, NBPAS created a continuous board certification pathway that aligns with the highly specialized nature of medical care and requires its physicians to seek training and education in areas specifically relevant to the needs of the patients. Now nationally recognized and leading with an innovative solution, NBPAS offers continuing certification to allopathic and osteopathic physicians in recognized areas of specialty medicine.
Keith Jensen, RN, MBA
Licensed as a Registered Nurse and holding an MBA from Northeastern University, Keith has a decade of healthcare experience across the acute and post-acute settings. Keith now leads the growth team at Lazarus AI as they introduce new document understanding solutions to the broader healthcare landscape.
About Lazarus (lazarusai.com)