Minimally invasive robotic surgery at NYU Langone Health — Insights on building programmatic excellence


Wednesday, June 16th, 2021 | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM CT

Hospitals today are focused on four goals: aligning lower costs, improved outcomes, a better patient experience and improved provider satisfaction. The pursuit of each of these tenets of the quadruple aim in surgical services is imperative to an organizaiton's overall success.

During this live discussion, leaders from New York City's NYU Langone Health will share the foundational pillars of their robotic surgery program. This webinar will provide key insights into strategic initiatives that enable patients access to minimally invasive surgery and further the pursuit of the quadruple aim.

Learning Points:

  • How to align key stakeholders and establish a structured service line to achieve goals
  • How to utilize actionable data for evidence-based change management and cost reductions
  • How to expand minimally invasive surgery access to patients through collaboration

 

Presenters: 

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Robert Cerfolio

MD – Executive Vice President and Vice Dean, Chief of Hospital Operations – NYU Langone Health

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Kathy Huang

MD – Director of Robotics – NYU Langone Health

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Mark Saraceni

Director of Perioperative Business Operations – NYU Langone Health