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Todd Cooper, BSN, BS            
Program Administrator
Spectrum Health

Matt Carroll             
Sr. Director Market Access and Custom Analytics


One of the challenges currently facing healthcare organizations is that of reducing the total cost to treat patients.  Utilizing data may provide executives the ability to demonstrate that a well-coordinated minimally invasive surgery program has the potential to reduce clinical, financial, and operational variation. 

This webinar will help you identify the practical metrics needed to evaluate surgical performance within your own teams.   You will receive insights in using data for fact-based, patient-focused, and strategically aligned change initiatives to reduce peri-operative variation. These tools will also support you in the identification of those who perform well and enable you to discover areas of optimization.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Build out the current state of your minimally invasive surgery program
  • Identify by procedure by phase of care – clinical, financial, and operational variation
  • Form an evidence-based case to engage surgeons beyond supply cost and time to share best practices from internal peers and identify the cost of current state of variation

Tools and Takeaways:

  • Data specification sheet
  • Resource guide

Recommended for:

CEOs, CFOs, Directors of Revenue Cycle, VP of Supply Chain, Physician or Clinical Leader, Physician Practice Executive 

Field of Study: Special Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Overview                    
Pre-work: None                            
Prerequisites: None                                                                                                  
Contact hours: 1.5


HFMA members: Free, included with membership                    
Non-members: Webinars are not available to non-members. For unlimited access to these webinars and all HFMA benefits, join today.

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until May 31, 2019.