Cardiovascular Service Lines Strategies
Webcast on CD or On-Demand
presented on June 23, 2010
Sponsored by Service Lines Strategies Virtual Workshop 2010
Growth strategies for cardiovascular services in the age of healthcare reform
Critical to your hospital's cardiovascular service line success is an assessment of your subspecialty services and analysis of emerging specialties. Our expert panelists tell you how healthcare reform will impact the cardiovascular service lines’ compensation models, quality, and costs.
Join HealthLeaders Media and physician experts from Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute, the International Heart Institute of Montana, and VHA for this 90-minute webcast, including Q&A, for this solution-focused discussion of quality, cost, sub-specialization, and physician alignment.
After completing the program participants will be able to:
- National trends in cardiovascular services
- Maintaining margins and clinical quality initiatives
- How to develop your strategic plan
- How to sustain market share
- What The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act means to cardiovascular services
- From volume-based reimbursements to value-based rewards
- What tools and measure are needed to monitor quality and costs
- The impact on subspecialty service lines
- Cardiovascular surgery
- Physician staff models and governance
- Shared governance model
- Compensation modeling
- The employed staff model
Thomas Di Salvo, MD, MPH, MBA, Medical Director, Vanderbilt Heart and Vascular Institute, Nashville, TN. Prior to joining Vanderbilt, Dr. Di Salvo was an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and completed a MPH in Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health.
Joseph Knapp, MD, Medical Director, International Heart Institute of Montana, Missoula, MT
Patricia Tyson, RN, MSA , vice president of VHA Clinical Specialty Services and Goodroe Healthcare Solutions. Through clinical specialty services, she provides hospitals with specialized consulting and software to optimize service lines including cardiology. Tyson is considered an expert in analyzing physician practice patterns and hospital operations in interventional cardiology, cardiac surgery, and other areas.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs, CNOs, CIOs, service line directors and managers, healthcare, planning and business development, physician leaders, and department heads
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