High Risk Surgery and Centers of Excellence
In this session, the impact of centers of excellence accreditation in the care of high-risk surgical patients will be reviewed. Updates on national accreditation programs for revisional bariatric surgery and rectal cancer care will be provided, including principles, process and performance metrics required to achieve and maintain accreditation. The impact of accreditation programs on the regionalization of high-risk surgical care and outcomes will be reviewed. For specialties such as esophageal surgery and hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery where national accreditation pathways are under development, the rationale, obstacles and next steps in establishing accreditation criteria will be explored.
- Recognize the impact of national accreditation programs on performance improvement and outcomes for complex high-risk surgery.
- Be apprised of the current status of national accreditation program in high-risk revisional bariatrics, HPB, esophageal and rectal cancer surgery.
- Implement strategies to either become a center of excellence/accredited program or refer high-risk patients to accredited programs/centers of excellence.
|Quality in High-risk Surgical Care - Why Does It Matter?||5:30 pm - 5:40 pm|
|MBSAQIP and High-risk Revisional Bariatric Surgery: What Have We Learned?||5:40 pm - 5:50 pm|
|NAPRC for Rectal Cancer Care: The New Standard||5:50 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Esophageal Surgery in the US: Time for Accreditation?||6:00 pm - 6:10 pm|
|As Complex as It Gets: The Path Towards Accreditation in HPB Surgery||6:10 pm - 6:20 pm|
||Panel Discussion||6:20 pm - 6:30 pm|