Service Lines Strategies Workshop 2009: Stroke Care
Webcast on CD or Webcast On-Demand
Presented on November, 17 2009
Build an efficient and effective stroke service line
Whether you're a comprehensive stroke center or a hospital with a budding stroke service line, success depends on collaboration toward systems of care by building networks, incorporating telestroke, and coordinating on a strategic level.
Learn from HealthLeaders Media's 90-minute webcast where three stroke care service line experts discuss in detail:
- How to organize and implement stroke networks and define your hospital's role
- The economics of stroke care and the value of certification
- The ROI of telestroke and different technology options
- How to vertically integrate the stroke care team within the hospital
You'll get national benchmarking data on tPA rates and reimbursement trends and hear from two stroke care service line directors about how they incorporated telestroke, built care teams, and established systems of care.
- Market intelligence and emerging trends
- National tPA rates and variations
- Reimbursement trends
- Stroke systems of care
- Organizing a hub-comprehensive centers
- Organizing spokes-primary centers
- Technology ROI
- Building relationships and networks
- Value of stroke certification
- Building a stroke care team
- Governance and physician relations
- Workforce development
Lauren Brandt, Clinical Program Director for Neurosciences, Seton Family of Hospitals.
Brandt is responsible for program development of neurosciences for the Seton Brain & Spine Institute in Austin, TX. In addition, she is an advanced practice nurse and works collaboratively with a local neurosurgeon. She graduated from University of Illinois with a Bachelor's in Nursing, and received her Masters degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at the Health Science Center in San Antonio. One of the most successful programs is the Seton Family of Hospitals stroke program.
Jeff Terry, Managing Principal, Clinical Excellence business unit, GE Healthcare's Performance Solutions. Terry oversees the development and delivery of solutions that combine process change with innovative technology to address critical healthcare challenges. His focus is patient flow, patient safety, and service line strategy. Terry's previous positions at GE include roles in Solutions, Marketing, Sales, and Quality/Six Sigma.
Susan Catto, MD, Co-director of stroke, William Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak, MI. Before going into medical administration, Catto opened a solo private practice and began teaching the residents within Beaumont's clinics and in-patient hospital services. Over the years, her role at Beaumont has grown and currently, she is the co-director of Beaumont's Comprehensive Stroke Program, director of Medical Progressive Care and associate professor of Internal Medicine.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Service line managers, medical directors, department leaders, CEOs, COOs, CFOs, physicians, administrators, and healthcare executives in marketing, planning, and business development
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