Cardiovascular Service Line Design: Strategic & Operational Considerations for Optimized Care
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
1 - 2:00 p.m. ET
Today’s healthcare marketplace requires a lean, effective, and patient-friendly way to deliver care in an integrated, healing environment. The service line model for subspecialty care can lead to improved outcomes by engaging patients at multiple levels of coordinated care. But achieving full integration is no easy task…both strategic and operational considerations must drive the decisions for any facility changes or updates.
Integrating a cardiovascular program into a service line model first requires a thoughtful redesign of operational processes around the patient’s needs. Then, facility plans follow...
Our experts from Corazon and Hord Coplan Macht will provide you with an overview of MidMichigan Health’s vision for a patient-focused Cardiovascular Service Line. The speakers will showcase the different models of service line construction that were considered as part of this long-term strategic and operational facility planning effort. They will share how the hospital came to the decision of the optimal approach for patient and community needs, and how the facility design solutions implemented create operational efficiencies that allow for outpatient growth.
At the end of this distance learning event, participants will be able to:
- Understand the investments in equipment and space that will be required to optimize facility design within a service line model;
- Consider the best options for a shared space environment that supports the service line organization;
- Determine how to eliminate duplication of services to save time and money; and
- Discuss the patient experience as the rationale for setting new goals and strategies for 2019 and beyond.
Reserve your seat now! As a special opportunity, this event is being provided free of charge.