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- "Webinar: "Right-Sizing Your ED Amid Health Reform"" (via GotoWebinar)
About the Webinar
The Emergency Department (ED) is often at the center of some of the most controversial issues in health care reform. The cost of care, coordination of care, avoidable hospitalizations, misuse of the ED, and other issues have challenged hospitals to keep costs under control while delivering timely access, efficiency, and quality.
Today's challenges certainly create an imperative for change. But more importantly, hospitals must respond to a rapidly evolving health care environment, where the typical approach may not only become obsolete, it may be perilous.
Preparing for the future will require substantial changes. An accurate “diagnosis and treatment plan” is essential. And getting this “right” matters.
By attending this webinar, participants will learn:
- Current issues and future challenges for the ED
- Facts, realities, and characteristics of the ED that provide unique opportunities
- Innovative ways to use the ED to improve overall outcomes
- Frameworks for assessing ED opportunities and readiness for change
A companion white paper can be found at: ModernHealthcare.com/Perspectives_Schumacher
Enterprise Chief Medical Officer
As Enterprise Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Pilgrim oversees the development and deployment of Schumacher Group's clinical strategy for approximately 150 hospital-based emergency departments and 40 hospital medicine programs in 25 states. In addition, he is regularly involved with health policy issues at both state and national levels, evaluating and advising the evolving role of emergency medicine and hospital medicine in future health care delivery systems.
Director of the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation
George Washington University
Jesse M. Pines MD MBA MSCE is the Director of the Office for Clinical Practice Innovation and a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy at George Washington University. Dr. Pines is a board certified emergency physician practicing in Washington, DC with extensive experience in quality improvement, patient safety, operations research, and clinical epidemiology. Dr. Pines has served as a Senior Advisor at the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Innovation Center, and a consultant to the National Quality Forum on patient safety and emergency care.
Chief Clinical Officer
Catholic Health Partners
In November 2013, Dr. Asplin became Chief Clinical Officer (CCO) for Catholic Health Partners (CHP), a new leadership role for Ohio's largest health system. Dr. Asplin provides system-wide strategic leadership for the organization's physician network and clinical imperatives. His areas of focus are physician integration, clinically integrated networks, population health management, and CHP's quality and clinical transformation function.
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