Innovations in ED Management

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2019 Series includes 32 lectures:

  1. Introduction and Welcome (5:24)
  2. KEYNOTE - What Worked and What Didn't (46:00)
  3. The Case for Narrowing Variation (30:17)
  4. Perfect Phrases in Difficult Medical Encounters (33:26)
  5. Philanthropy in the ED (20:26)
  6. Spectacular ED Turnarounds (32:16)
  7. Specialty EDs - Do You Want to Be One? (19:50)
  8. Updates from the Benchmarking Summit (26:35)
  9. How to Prevent Your ED from Slipping (32:01)
  10. Climbing the Leadership Ladder (26:30)
  11. Optimizing Your ED Staffing Mix (26:22)
  12. Designing Your Patient Experience (29:17)
  13. ED Benchmarking Alliance, State of the Organization (7:53)
  14. An Analysis of the EDBA 2017 Data Survey Results (49:16)
  15. Open Forum Questions (40:11)
  16. University of Texas San Antonio A Success Story (28:37)
  17. The Secret Sauce of Quality at Scripps (31:39)
  18. Financial Benchmarking and Best Practices for Success (29:12)
  19. The Causes and Effects of Physician Burnout (34:04)
  20. Documentation Changes that Might Help Your Practice (31:09)
  21. Pearls from ED Leadership Monthly (27:58)
  22. Training Wheels: What Do Future ED Docs Need to Know? (27:06)
  23. Left on the Table Procedure Revenue Opportunities (30:23)
  24. I Think They Are Going to Fire Me! (26:46)
  25. Game Changing ED Literature (32:13)
  26. EDBA Insights Live Demonstration (22:27)
  27. Telemedicine and ED Transfers (25:21)
  28. Communications and Teamwork: The Secret Sauce of Safety (21:38)
  29. Why You Need Care Coordination! (23:46)
  30. The Three W's and Other Patient Safety Tricks and Tips (28:11)
  31. Updates from the ED Operations Study Group (33:41)
  32. The Other Ancillaries Housekeeping and Transport (19:52)

2018 Series includes 31 lectures:

  1. Introduction and Welcome (2:36)
  2. The Patient Flow Advantage (41:49)
  3. The Case for Cookbook Medicine (28:06)
  4. New Boarding Research (30:12)
  5. On the Table: What Are You Leaving Behind? (28:59)
  6. Data Driven ED Solutions (28:28)
  7. Litigation: Defense Strategies and Critical Concepts (33:59)
  8. Comparing EDs: Apples and Oranges (28:58)
  9. Paying for Lunch: How Payment Models have Impacted the ED (38:06)
  10. Burnout and the Broken ED (33:05)
  11. Growth Opportunities for Emergency Medicine (34:02)
  12. Strategies for Clinician Recruitment and Retention (41:13)
  13. Introducing the ED Operations Study Group (15:55)
  14. Open Forum / Questions - All Faculty (20:09)
  15. Bonus Lecture: ED Visual Analytics (25:28)
  16. ED Benchmarking Alliance, State-of-the Organization (6:49)
  17. An Analysis of the Latest EDBA Database (52:20)
  18. Philanthropy in the ED (26:55)
  19. Training Wheels: Are We Training ED Docs for the Future? (32:22)
  20. The Team: New Staffing Models for the ED (24:13)
  21. ED Success Stories (30:49)
  22. Take Your Leadership to the Next Level (25:38)
  23. Hot Topics from the ED Literature (28:04)
  24. Open Forum / Questions – All Faculty (34:00)
  25. ED Nightmares for Hospital Leadership 2018 (26:22)
  26. Breaking Boarding: The NYU Success Story (33:58)
  27. Strategies for Optimizing Lab and Imaging Services (41:27)
  28. Healthcare Networks and Your ED (26:22)
  29. End of Life Strategies for the ED (26:25)
  30. The Other Ancillaries: Housekeeping and Transport (20:49)
  31. Open Forum / Questions – All Faculty (12:33)

2017 Series includes 32 lectures:

  1. Introduction (3:57)
  2. Keynote Lessons in Life (45:31)
  3. Scribes (24:09)
  4. Strateges for Optimizing Lab and Imaging (29:33)
  5. Optimizing Housekeeping and Transport (28:22)
  6. Staffing Ratios for Clinicians (30:22)
  7. Dealing with the Challenge of Practice Variation (28:22)
  8. Philanthropy in the ED (18:27)
  9. ED Culture (32:30)
  10. Effect Of Macra On EM (25:00)
  11. Night Warriors (15:24)
  12. Its Time to Ante Up Big Regulatory Changes (29:55)
  13. Hot Topics from the ED Literature (31:36)
  14. The EMR Fantastic or (32:21)
  15. Open Forum Questions (33:44)
  16. New Productivity Measures (28:26)
  17. ED Benchmarking Alliance (6:54)
  18. An Analysis of the 2016 EDBA Database (44:59)
  19. On the Table What Are You Leaving Behind (29:55)
  20. Implementing Team Triage in 18 EDs (27:40)
  21. ED Leadership Tricks and Tips (29:11)
  22. Growth Opportunities for Emergency Medicine (28:58)
  23. New Solutions to the On Call Crisis (33:28)
  24. New Ideas in Scheduling for Clinicians (32:48)
  25. Open Forum Questions Day 2 (36:00)
  26. Nightmares for ED Leadership 2017 (37:33)
  27. Retail Healthcare (29:44)
  28. 3Rs for APPs (31:06)
  29. Making Trauma Pay (32:45)
  30. Alternatives to Opioids (27:54)
  31. Integration and Retention for Physicians (33:54)
  32. Open Forum Questions Day 3 (17:55)

2016 Series includes 32 lectures:

  1. Introduction (1:49)
  2. Exceptional Leadership - 16 Critical Competencies (59:07)
  3. Choosing Wisely (29:36)
  4. Democratic Group (29:21)
  5. Efficient ED Physician (31:37)
  6. Physician Leaders (22:40)
  7. Distributed Care Network (22:21)
  8. Role Of The ED (27:23)
  9. Getting Paid - 2016 and Beyond (29:31)
  10. Important Trends (32:22)
  11. Observation Medicine (25:28)
  12. ED Design Ideas (28:37)
  13. Badness Of Boarding (30:35)
  14. The Buck Stops (18:42)
  15. Open Forum Questions (22:35)
  16. ED Benchmarking Alliance (7:35)
  17. 2015 EDBA Database (44:53)
  18. Sleepless In The C Suite (25:16)
  19. PAs and NPs (28:58)
  20. Recruiting in the Clinician Shortage Era (34:40)
  21. Bleed Edge ED Innovation (31:36)
  22. Free Standing ED Model (29:43)
  23. ED Providers (14:42)
  24. Crucial Conversations (33:42)
  25. Open Forum Questions (41:18)
  26. EDPMA (4:47)
  27. That Sucking Sound (30:04)
  28. Unscheduled Care Delivery Options (43:18)
  29. Six Essential Leadership Practices (21:17)
  30. Not Just In The Rig (44:19)
  31. Top Legal Risks (35:44)
  32. Open Forum Questions (22:12)

2015 Series includes 31 lectures:

  1. Where Does Your ED Stack Up
  2. How the ED Impacts the Hospitals Bottom Line
  3. Who is in Charge - Optimizing ED Physician Group Governance
  4. What Keeps Your CEO Up at Night
  5. Six Things to Improve ED Patient Flow
  6. The HCA Model for ED Excellence
  7. PIT & Physician Payment Models
  8. Emergency Services Contract Models
  9. Six Things to Improve Quality and Safety in the ED
  10. The Two Midnight Rule
  11. Episodes of Care - Is Emergency Medicine Ready - Seaberg
  12. The Impact of Smoothing on Everything - Viccellio
  13. Twenty Years of CDC Data - Linda McCaig
  14. Mouseclicks Beware - How Your EMR Can Put You at Risk
  15. ED Staffing Models - Physician
  16. Social Media and the ED
  17. Candyman - Managing Narcotics Prescribing in the ED
  18. Where is the Puck Going - The ED in 5 Years, in 10
  19. Strategies for Managing High Utilization Patients
  20. Optimizing Advanced Practice Providers in the ED While Managing Risk
  21. Town Hall - Open Forum - Faculty
  22. If Disney Ran Your Hospital
  23. Update on Performance Metrics
  24. The EDs Role in Health Reform
  25. Physician Recruitment and Retention Strategies
  26. The Case Against Crowding
  27. Service Quality - What Matters
  28. Six New ED Service Lines
  29. Population Health Management and the ED
  30. Open Forum - Ask the Experts
  31. Close the Gap Between Knowing and Doing

2014 Series includes 25 lectures:

  1. ED Physician Change - Why It Must Occur (23:22)
  2. On Call Solutions for the ED (29:36)
  3. The CEO Perspective (27:03)
  4. The Business of EM (30:42)
  5. Creating a Physician-Driven Culture of Excellence (24:04)
  6. How HCA Reduced its Risk in the ED (25:37)
  7. CEO Nightmares (12:27)
  8. Physician-Hospital Executive Leadership Dynamics (56:42)
  9. ED Observation (32:47)
  10. Size Matters (34:02)
  11. Optimizing Patient Intake (20:37)
  12. What Makes HCA EDs Great (20:25)
  13. ED Process Legal Pitfalls (19:28)
  14. ED Design Concepts 2014 (26:31)
  15. Belly Fat How to Improve the Middle Processes (33:11)
  16. Managing ED High Utilizers (26:35)
  17. PAs and NPs The Good The Bad The Ugly (35:25)
  18. Social Media and Privacy Risks in the ED (22:25)
  19. Trend Analysis - the 2013 EDBA Database (29:28)
  20. The Essential Role of the ED in Accountable Care (28:01)
  21. Mandated Performance Measures for the ED (27:16)
  22. Standardization in the ED Lessons Learned from EMP (36:43)
  23. New Emergency Physician Payment Models (21:12)
  24. Role of the ED in Limiting Medicare No-Pay Conditions (32:32)
  25. Patient Satisfaction Current Concepts and Controversies (18:36)

The Ultimate in Convenience to Meet Your Busy Schedule

Experience the energy and enthusiasm of the Innovations in ED Management course series on your schedule with the self-study program.

  • Don’t miss family / work obligations
  • Avoid the expense and hassle of travel
  • Available in a variety of formats to suit your needs
  • Course content is accessible 24/7
  • No distractions leading to easier concentration

Sample Lectures

Study on Your Time and at Your Pace

One of the chief benefits of the self-study program is the flexibility it provides participants to study at their own pace. Participants can instantly watch or listen to the lectures with ease at any time that suits them best.

No commercial support was obtained for this program.

Self-Study CME Accreditation

2019 Innovations Course
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) and The Center for Medical Education, Inc. The Center for Emergency Medical Education is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The Center for Emergency Medical Education (CEME) designates this self-study activity for a maximum of 16.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The AOA automatically recognizes AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ as AOA Category 2 credit.

Both PA and NP organizations recognize AMA PRA Category 1 credit™ as approved CME.

The Center for Medical Education, Inc., is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider No. 12345

2018 Innovations Course
CME credit is not provided for this year.

2017 Innovations Course
CME credit is not provided for this year.

2016 Innovations Course
CME credit is not provided for this year.

2015 Innovations Course
CME credit is not provided for this year.

2014 Innovations Course
CME credit is not provided for this year.

Target Audience

This course is intended for Emergency Department Medical and Nursing Directors as well as hospital executives who are seeking information regarding methods of optimizing the function of their emergency departments.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify opportunities to improve ED operations
  • Implement solutions for a broad spectrum of ED operational issues
  • Provide a mechanism for continued performance improvement
  • Incorporate essential elements and strategies for developing a successful ED redesign project