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SCOAP & Spine COAP Virtual Forum Evaluation

Speaker Evaluations

07:00 Welcome & Overview

Vickie Kolios-Morris, MSHSA CPHQ, Senior Program Director, SCOAP & Spine COAP

Objective: Describe engagement of organizational stakeholders/leadership to encourage organizational commitment to quality

Speakers: Ginny Weir, MPH, CEO, Foundation for Health Care Quality & Robert M. Rush, Jr. MD FACS, SCOAP Advisory Board Chair

Objectives: Identify FHCQ Programs’ use of tools to improve the quality of care; Discuss how hospitals, health systems and patients can work together to improve care

07:15 SCOAP: Perioperative Normothermia--the latest deep dive into the data

Speaker: Richard C. Thirlby, MD FACS -- SCOAP Medical Director

Objectives: Discuss ways SCOAP contributes to better patient outcomes; Describe how providers contribute to quality improvement

07:45 SCOAP & Spine COAP Risk Adjustment: What's Next?

Speaker: Ian Painter, PhD, Senior Biostatistician, FHCQ, Seattle, WA

Objectives: Discuss current risk adjusted modeling on Spine surgery outcomes

08:00 Spine COAP: Current Work

Speaker: Arman Dagal, MD, MHA, FRCA – Spine COAP Medical Director, FHCQ, Seattle, WA

Objectives: Discuss SCOAP metrics related to Spine surgery; Describe how providers contribute to quality improvement

08:30 Minimally-Invasive Approach to Emergent Colorectal Surgery in Older Adults

Speaker: Alex Charboneau, MD MS, Dept. of Surgery, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA

Objectives: Discuss SCOAP metrics related to emergent Colorectal surgery

08:45 Impact of Prolonged Operative Time on Elective Colorectal Surgery

Speaker: Kenley R. Unruh MD, Dept. of Surgery, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA

Objectives: Discuss SCOAP metrics related to Colorectal surgery; Describe updates to data collection and reporting

09:00 Spine: Disparities, COVID, and Outcomes

Speaker: Arman Dagal, MD, MHA, FRCA – Spine COAP Medical Director, FHCQ, Seattle, WA

Objectives: Discuss COVID’s effects on Spine surgery outcomes; Describe updates to data collection and reporting

Conflict of Interest / Disclosures

Were you notified of any conflict of interest (COI), off-label use (OLU), commercial support (CS), or in-kind support (IKS) for the education component of this program?
At the end of this educational activity, the participant should be able to: * Identify at least one metric the surgical or perioperative team will work on this year * Propose a best practice to the pre- peri- or postoperative period to improve surgical care * Develop a plan for ongoing review of hospital surgical quality improvement metrics in a transparent manner

CME / CNE Credits

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