How Cedars-Sinai tapped change management principles to better inform surgical service line decisions

Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CT

Hospitals today are focusing on achieving four goals: decreased costs, improved outcomes, a better patient experience and improved provider satisfaction. This task is even more challenging in the current healthcare environment but there are foundational pillars that can help structure a robotic service line to navigate this new normal.

During this webinar, three leaders at Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai Medical Center will share several strategic initiatives they've adopted to increase patients' access to minimally invasive surgery and help achieve the quadruple aim.

Learning points:

  • Aligning key stakeholders and driving service line initiatives in pursuit of the quadruple aim
  • Using actionable data for evidence-based change management
  • How to expand patients' access to minimally invasive surgery through collaboration



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Harry Sax

MD – Executive Vice Chair, Vice Chair & Professor of Surgery – Cedars Sinai

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Daniel Shouhed

MD – Director of Robotics – Cedars Sinai

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Alfonso Chicas

Executive Director – Cedars Sinai