2020 Session Spotlight: Successful Facilities and Partnerships in New Outpatient TJA Programs
Video Length: 0:43
About the Session:
For orthopedic group leaders considering launching an outpatient total joint arthroplasty program, determining whether to build a new facility or use existing space, and whether either is feasible, requires deliberate consideration. Assessment of optimized location, space dimensions, support spaces, and options for overnight needs will guide you through making this decision. The presenter will then explore ownership and financing models and which types of organizations are best suited to each. Learn about joint venture options, potential partnerships, and services that may be contracted. Take away insights to make sound facility, ownership, and partnering choices when planning your outpatient TJA program.
About the Speaker:
Robert Moss has over 28 years of demonstrated experience in developing innovative approaches to business growth, strategic planning, and operational excellence. His experience includes assisting healthcare organizations and academic medical centers in developing and achieving long range strategic plans, growth objectives, and key initiatives. He is also the author of “Reengineering the Patient Experience Through Standardization” in Becker’s Hospital Review, August 2013. He has helped numerous healthcare organizations re-think their operational platform to address the needs and preferences of healthcare consumers and achieve organizational goals including growth and increased patient and provider satisfaction.