WEBCAST presented on October 8, 2013
HealthLeaders Media LIVE From Beaumont Health System: Cardiovascular Service Line Leadership
Webcast will be shipped in USB drive format.
Build alignment and drive quality through a physician-led cardiovascular center of excellence
When is a “center of excellence” (COE) more than a marketing slogan? When it achieves true alignment to improve quality, drive growth, and ensure patient satisfaction. That’s exactly what Beaumont Health System’s cardiovascular COE has done. Created in 2010, the COE brought together programs from three different hospitals into a framework that is physician-led, nurse-partnered, and administrator-supported. The key to Beaumont’s success is in how the COE is structured to ensure better integration and concerted action on issues while allowing each hospital to innovate. In this exclusive HealthLeaders Media event, physician, nurse, and executive leaders from Beaumont share their experiences creating their cardiovascular COE model and how it has enabled major progress across all key performance metrics.
Participants in this webcast will:
- Learn how to build alignment and drive quality through a physician-led cardiovascular center of excellence
- Explore how a multidisciplinary cardiovascular team structure can drive service line growth, quality outcomes, and higher patient satisfaction
- Discover how to build a dynamic cardiovascular service line that blends areas of focus and coordinated care
- Lesson 1: Build alignment and drive quality through a physician-led cardiovascular center of excellence
- Explore Beaumont’s hybrid private practice/academic alignment model
- Earn physician trust with shared leadership
- Lesson 2: Create a multidisciplinary cardiovascular team structure to drive service line growth, quality outcomes, and higher patient satisfaction
- Establish starting points for center of excellence structures and organization
- Drive innovation and consistency at the same time
- Lesson 3: Offer a dynamic cardiovascular service line that blends areas of focus and coordinated care
- Build on overall cardiovascular service quality and carve out specific growth areas
Shane M. Cerone, Senior Vice president of Beaumont Health System and President of Beaumont Hospital
Shane M. Cerone joined Beaumont, Royal Oak in 2008 after 13 years at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and the Iowa Carver College of Medicine, where he held many leadership roles, including associate hospital director. He is also an adjunct assistant professor in health management with the University of Iowa College of Public Health. He holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Nebraska Wesleyan University and a master's degree in health administration from the University of Iowa.
Simon R. Dixon, MBChB, Chair of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Beaumont Hospitals
Simon R. Dixon, MBChB, specializes in the treatment of acute and complex chronic coronary artery disease in addition to his position as professor of medicine at the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. He joined Beaumont to further his interventional cardiology training and has been on the faculty of Beaumont Hospital since 2001. He received his medical training at the University of Auckland in New Zealand and completed fellowships in cardiology and interventional cardiology at Greenlane Hospital in Auckland.
Victoria Hollingsworth, Vice President of Heart and Vascular, and Neuroscience at Beaumont Hospital
Ms. Hollingsworth joined Beaumont, Royal Oak in 1983 as an Exercise Physiologist prior to becoming the Director of Heart and Vascular Services, where she was instrumental in the development of a new Heart Center in 1990. She moved to hospital administration in 2008 and currently has oversight for Heart & Vascular, Neurosciences and Surgical Services. Ms. Hollingsworth holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Wayne State University, a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology from Michigan State University, and an MSA in Health Care Administration from Central Michigan University.
Stacy Newman, RN, BSN, Director of Heart and Vascular at Beaumont Hospital
Stacy Newman, RN, BSN, joined Beaumont, Royal Oak in 1996 as a critical care nurse before transferring to the cardiology department in 1998 and moving to the Troy hospital in 2001. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Oakland University and her MSA in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University. She is a Registered Invasive Cardiology Specialist (RCIS) and received her board certification as a Nurse Executive (NE-BC) from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Marc Sakwa, MD, Chief of Cardiovascular Surgery at Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, and Physician Leader of the Beaumont Health System Heart and Vascular Center of Excellence
Marc Sakwa, MD, specializes in minimally invasive surgery for aortic and mitral valve replacement. His research has been published in major cardiology, vascular, and thoracic surgery journals and he has presented around the world on cardiovascular topics, including aortic and mitral valve replacement. Board certified by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, Dr. Sakwa is also a professor of cardiovascular surgery at the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine. He received his bachelor’s degree from Brown University and his medical degree from Columbia University. He completed his internship and residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University Medical School, and completed a two-year residency in cardiothoracic surgery at New York University Medical Center.
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