Adding, Updating and Expanding Comprehensive Stroke Centers

Venue: Chicago

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2007
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DISTINGUISHED SPEAKING FACULTY INCLUDES: Mark P. Goldberg, MD, Director, Hope Center for Neurological Disorders; Professor of Neurology and Neurobiology, BarNes aND JewisH HosPital, wasHiNGtoN UNiVersitY sCHool oF MeDiCiNe, st. louis, MoJose Biller, MD, FaCP, FaaN, FaHa, Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurology, stritch school of Medicine loYola UNiVersitY CHiCaGo, Chicago, il Panayiotis Mitsias, MD, stroke Center Medical Director HeNrY ForD HealtH sYsteM, Detroit, Mi Wende Fedder, Director, stroke Neurovascular services aleXiaN BrotHers HosPital NetworK, elk Grove, il Barbara Mancini, Director, Neuroscience service line iNoVa FairFaX HosPital, Falls Church, Va Lise A. Labiche, MD, Director, stroke Program BaYlor UNiVersitY MeDiCal CeNter, Dallas, tXMaria DeCarlo, executive Director, rehabilitation services sarasota MeMorial HealtHCare sYsteM, sarasota, Fl William Sanders, MD, Vice Chief of radiology and Director of interventional Neuroradiology HeNrY ForD HealtH sYsteM, Detroit, Mi Susan Catto, MD, administrative stroke Director williaM BeaUMoNt HosPital, royal oak, Mi Michael Harrington, Chief Operating Officer sarasota MeMorial HealtHCare sYsteM, sarasota, Fl PANEL DISCUSSIoN MoDErATor: Kevin Dunne, Partner NeUstrateGY, iNC., Chicago, ilrobin S. Voss, rN, MHa, executive Director Neurosciences & orthopaedic Centers ForsYtH MeDiCal CeNter, winston-salem, NC“Stroke is the No.3 killer in the United States, and the leading cause of adult disability. With the stroke patient population on the rise, it is imperative for hospitals and health facilities to carefully prepare for and provide optimal care for a disease that threatens such a large share of the population.” National Stroke AssociationWHAT WILL BE DISCUSSED • How to plan and develop Comprehensive stroke Centers from the ground up to deliver effective, high quality care: Challenges, opportunities and lessons learned • emerging trends and strategic opportunities in acute stroke care and treatments – what’s ahead? • improving clinical outcomes, reducing costs and increasing patient satisfaction by implementing successful stroke programs and service lines • Financial implications in building a successful Comprehensive stroke Center • reimbursement Update in acute stroke Care• achieving operational excellence, gaining competitive advantage, and increasing financial performance • Key strategies to successfully market your stroke programs and service lines • Using your data to get better results and improve outcomes • Measuring the long-term financial benefits of stroke centers and services • integrating the latest in revolutionary care, technology and treatment options for stroke • Optimizing profitability of a Stroke Care Center• implementing a stroke service line in a community hospital setting • team formation: restructuring the communication strategy of every department involved in stroke treatment from prevention to diagnosis to rehabilitation • offering the newest and most up-to-date services by utilizing cutting-edge technologies and many more…!Developing and Operating Stroke Care Centers to Meet the Growing Patient Demand, Improve Outcomes and Maximize Competitive Advantage