Neurosciences still continues to be a lucrative service line for hospitals and keeps its strong position as a contributor to financial performance. As the demand for neurological services increases, and with new technologies and procedures arriving daily, healthcare leaders must be able to provide high-quality and cost-efficient care under tight budgets, exceed the complex medical needs of the growing patient population and look beyond the acute care setting to become more “patient-centric”. Then the question becomes: “How do you achieve this?”
Meet peers who are reshaping the industry at InfoSource Events’ 8th Annual Neuroscience Business Summit, November 8-9, 2018 in Nashville, TN! You will hear fascinating talks from America’s leading healthcare organizations and learn practical tools to help your organization better serve your patients while improving operational and financial goals.
TOPICS OF DISCUSSION (Subject to change based on audience feedback)
- Future of Neurosciences -How does a Neuroscience program differentiate itself?
- Best practices for Neuroscience Centers of Excellence: Creating a “patient-centered” Neuroscience program- Comprehensive program development, benchmarking, strategic planning, service line creation, financial models
- Neurosciences as a system wide enterprise – breaking down barriers
- Establishing a Multi Disciplinary Spine program, integrating outcomes and creating a market distinction
- Strategies for cost savings with ever-changing reimbursements
- Coding/billing Strategies in regards to Neurosciences
- Multi-Service line management strategies
- Effectively managing mental health component of neuroscience Patients
- System organization to get ready for value based care
- Data management strategy
- Cost management
- Spine: Preparing for bundle payments
- How to effectively make joint neurosurgery / ortho-spine program work
- Physician Alignment Strategies: implementing win-win strategies and understanding the drivers toward physician integration
- Discussion on bundled payments, endovascular treatment, telemedicine, COE
- Discuss strategies to enhance physician involvement and collaboration
- Propose methods to manage data and quality improvement across multiple hospitals within a large system
- Developing a multi disciplinary spine and pain center in a hospital center: Overcoming obstacles, clinical standardization, patient experience, and branding
- Co-management agreement structure with Neurosurgeons-how?
- Strategies to keep the entire team together (neurosurgeons, neurologists, nurses) and move your program forward
- Developing MD/Hospital Alliance to raise quality of care and lower costs: Recruitment of physicians/ Compensation models / Incentives for physicians – what works
- Creating a multidisciplinary Spine Center combining multiple specialties into one financially, independent center. Starting and Managing a Comprehensive Epilepsy Program
- Comprehensive Stroke Centers: How to develop, maintain, and staff a successful program; Certification, Recertification
- Maintaining profitability -Financials/Operational Strategies for success
- Population Health Strategies as it relates to Neurosciences
- ACO Integration in neurosciences- Impact of Accountable Care Organizations
- Building volume for a neuroscience service line (ie neurosurgery, stroke, neuro IR)
And many more!
WHO WILL YOU MEET?
This conference is designed for administrators from hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, and community hospitals, with titles including but not limited to:
• Administrative Directors/Managers/VPs of Neuroscience/Spine Service Lines
• Vice Presidents/Directors of Operations
• Medical Directors of Stroke/Neurosciences
• Chief Operations Officers
• Neurologists –Chief of Neurology Services
• Administrative Directors of Neuro-Critical Care
• Chief Administrators- VPs/Directors/Manager of Business DevelopmenT