Hot Topic 3: Incorporating Quality Metrics in Everyday Clinical Practice
17th February, 2023, 13:20 - 14:20
Tampa Bay 7
Quality is a measure by which all surgeons and all physicians are increasingly being evaluated. This session will provide attendees important quality metrics in skull base surgery. This will allow all of us to better understand the importance of safety, cost containment and optimal patient outcomes in our patient population with complex skull base disease.
At the conclusion of this session, attendees will be able to:
- Integrate cost information into everyday practice and assess if this knowledge leads to more judicious resource utilization.
- Employ safety first surgical technique to optimize patient outcomes.
- Develop a practice pattern that maximizes patient satisfaction.
As a faculty member of this session, you can click on names to email the speaker. Phone numbers are below names
|Introduction||Introduction||1:20 pm - 1:22 pm|
|Cost Containment: Does Knowledge of Cost Data Make Skull Base Surgeons More Cost Conscious?||Speaker||1:22 pm - 1:38 pm|
|Patient Safety and Subtotal Surgical Resection - Improved Patient Outcomes vs Disease Recurrence||Speaker||1:38 pm - 1:54 pm|
|Patient Satisfaction: Tips to Achieve High Patient Satisfaction with Complex Pathology||Speaker||1:54 pm - 2:10 pm|
||Q&A||2:10 pm - 2:20 pm|