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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!

Building upon the great success of our highly regarded, sold-out Stroke Business Summit series, we are excited to announce our 7th Annual STROKE BUSINESS SUMMIT: Positioning For Future Success, June 5-6, 2018 at the Bank of America Conference Center in Chicago, IL.
With completely revised content, thought-provoking case studies and inspiring speakers, this one-of-a kind, not-to-miss educational conference is once again set to bring you fascinating talks from top neuroscience and stroke programs around the nation and amazing networking opportunities with key leaders.


REGISTER TODAY

http://www.infosourceevents.com/register/regform/4636 for the best business-focused Stroke event of the year. Learn what you are doing well, where others are doing better, and implement the building blocks needed to have a successful program that gives you a competitive and clinical advantage.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This conference is designed for administrators and physician leaders from mid-size to large hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, community hospitals, with titles including but not limited to:

  • Administrative Directors/Managers/VPs of Neuroscience Service Lines
  • Vice Presidents/Directors of Operations
  • Medical Directors of Stroke/Neurosciences
  • Stroke Program Coordinators •
  • Neurologists –Chief of Neurology Services
  • Administrative Directors of Neuro-Critical Care
  • Medical Directors of Stroke/Neurosciences


Speaker List In Progress…(More speakers are being confirmed. List is subject to change)

Conference Chair and Speaker

  • Nilam Patel, Administrative Director, Neurosciences and Behavioral Health, Duke University Medical Center

  • Meredith Wells RN, MBA, NEA-BC, AVP, Operations, Neuroscience Service Line, Memorial Hermann Health System

  • Wende Fedder, DNP, RN, MBA, Research Consultant
    Vanderbilt University Medical Center

  • Jennifer Cave-Brown MS, RN, NP, ACNP-BC, CNRN
    Stroke Program Coordinator/NP, John Muir Health

  • Tina Lybarger-Ledyard, MBA, RN, CLNC
    Stroke Network Consultant, EMS Liaison, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • Zach Griffin, MBA, MHA, FACHE
    Tele-Neurology Service Line Director, Providence St. Joseph Health

  • Amy O'Brien MSN, RN, Neuroscience Program Manager, MCE
    Mount Carmel Health System

  • Sharon Heaton, MA, BSN, RN, EMT-P, Director, Neurovascular Stroke Center, OSU Wexner Medical Center

  • Shannon Chesney, Stroke Coordinator, Duke Regional Hospital

  • Anne Lindstrom, MS, APRN, FNP-BC, SCRN
    Stroke Program Director, Patient Care Services, Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital

  • Jill Conner, RN, MSN, CNS, Administrative Director of Neuroscience Cerebrovascular and Structural Heart Services
    Community Healthcare System

  • Elizabeth Larson, Stroke Coordinator, Duke Raleigh Hospital

  • Jennifer Ewing RN, MS, CCNS, Neuroscience Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist and Stroke Program Coordinator
    Community Healthcare System

  • Heather Forrest, Stroke Coordinator, Duke University Hospital

  • Carey Unger, Associate Vice President, Neurosciences and Behavioral Health, Duke University Medical Center, Raleigh, NC

  • Melissa Hawk, ACNP, Acute Care, Mount Carmel Health System, Columbus, OH

  • Jane Rubin, Director, Neurosciences, Atlantic Health System, Morristown, NJ

  • Carla Errico, Neuroscience Manager, Atlantic Health System, Morristown, NJ

  • Karen Norman, CCRN, MSN, Regional Stroke Manager, Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, Stroke and Neurosciences Center, Winston-Salem, NC

  • Allison Hooker, Stroke Navigator, Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center, Stroke and Neurosciences Center, Winston-Salem, NC

  • Conference Chair and Speaker
    Debbie Lombardi Hill, FACHE, Principal, Lombardi-Hill Consulting


POTENTIAL TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED (Topics will be modified based on attendee feedback)

Best practices related to operational structure to support and effectively grow a CSC program

  • Building a CSC Program – Economics and Business Plan for CSCs, building relationships with external sites
  • Creating a strong program and making it financially viable in this current healthcare environment- Maintaining Margins and Profitability
  • CSC Certification: Lessons learned, pitfalls, challenges- how to overcome hurdles Overcoming challenges in an existing non-stroke culture
  • How to be financially viable in current healthcare environment while transitioning to value?
  • Managing cost per patient, reimbursement for hospital, and setting sights on a profitable program
  • Building a tele-stroke program -how to help lobby for proper reimbursement
  • Future changes that CMS may make pertaining to stroke treatmentOptimizing the Stroke Coordinator Role
  • Readmission Reduction Strategies
  • Strategies to collect, monitor and maintain stroke related data that is required for Joint Commission CSC Certification
  • Utilizing additional technology and resources needed to transition from a PSC to a CSC
  • Improving stroke outcomes by understanding the evidence-based practices, performance measures, peer review process, and research metrics
  • Financial reimbursement and cost for a Stroke Mobile Unit and Neuro ICU
  • Optimizing the Stroke Coordinator Role
  • Current Joint Commission performance measurement requirements
  • Developing Stroke Systems of Care
  • Resource allocation- meeting patient needs with limited resources
  • Funding for program development
  • Solutions to Staffing numbers for CSCs
  • EMS – bypassing for appropriateness
  • EMS Engagement in patient pathways
  • Door to neurology consultation
  • Increasing quality, reducing costs
  • Continuum of Care and post discharge stroke care


SESSION TIMES AT A GLANCE
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018

7:15am- 8:15am REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST & EXHIBITS
8:15am – 12:00pm MAIN SESSIONS
12:00pm- 1:00pm LUNCH
1:00pm- 4:45pm MAIN SESSIONS
4:45pm- 5:00pmEND OF DAY ONE

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 2018

7:15am- 8:15am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST & EXHIBITS
8:15am – 12:00pm MAIN SESSIONS
12:00pm- 1:00pm LUNCH
1:00pm- 3:00pm GENERAL SESSIONS
3:15pm- 3:00pmEND OF CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE VENUE

Bank of America Conference Center

135 S. Lasalle Street

43rd Floor

Chicago, IL 60603


HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

InfoSource Events Group has secured room blocks at the two locations of Club Quarters- within walking distance from Bank of America Conference Center. Due to ASCO being in town that same week, we highly suggest that attendees book their rooms as soon as possible, as the entire city will be sold out.

Club Quarters
Central Loop
111 West Adams
Chicago, IL 60603

https://clubquartershotels.com
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE

Club Quarters
Wacker At Michigan
75 E Wacker
Chicago 60601

https://clubquartershotels.com
BOOK YOUR ROOM HERE

 


REGISTRATION AND PRICING

SUPER EARLY BIRD RATE

$895.00

Expires April 27


$995.00

(Register between April 27 - May 11)


$1,095.00

After May 11

** Previous InfoSource Clients are eligible to get the early bird rate ($895 per person).

Please call 312 224 9800 for special discounts and last minute deals

**Group Discounts: When 3 people sign up from the same hospital 4th person’s registration fee will be waived.

Registration Fee includes breakfasts, breaks, luncheons, all networking functions, free access to event sessions, panel discussions and workshops, as well as access to all PowerPoint slides of the conference.


REGISTRATION:

EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

1) Online: Register
2) Telephone: 312 224 98 00
3) E- mail:gani@infosourceevents.com






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