Neuroscience in the News: The Year in Review
Monday, December 17, 2018
1 - 2 p.m. ET
The field of neurosciences is changing at a rapid pace. With continual advances in technology and procedures, along with increasing pressures for improved program efficiency and financial margins, hospital leaders may find themselves at a loss for how to confront the many challenges AND opportunities that exist in this important specialty today and for the future.
This session will highlight the biggest neuroscience news of 2018, with expert input and commentary about how these stories affect programs nationwide. Join our speakers as they discuss the need for improving access to emerging stroke treatments and the impact that reductions in time-to-treatment have on saving lives and long-term outcomes.
Participants will learn about neuroscience opportunities at all levels of service, and how changes to program offerings can best position an organization for the future – especially in terms of increased patient access, downstream revenue capture, and overall improvements to hospital reputation. Using data to drive Stroke Program management, technology strategies, and emerging considerations related to establishing regional networks of care will also be discussed in the context of future opportunities in these areas.
At the end of this distance learning event, participants will be able to:
- Understand the latest neuroscience developments and how to weigh the cost / benefit of implementing new services or technology.
- Consider the best options for a neuroscience service line at their own organization, regardless of current scope.
- Weigh the relative benefits of Corazon’s Stroke Institute approach for optimizing neuroscience care delivery.
- Discuss patient access as the rationale for setting new goals and strategies for 2019 and beyond.
Reserve your seat now! As a special opportunity, this webinar is being provided free of charge.