Trauma Center Association of America (TCAA) 15th Annual Trauma Conference 2012
TRAUMA CENTER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA15th Annual Trauma Conference October 23-26th, 2012 The Mills House Charleston, South Carolina
Welcome to Charleston, South Carolina Welcome to a world of tradition, where the past is kept alive in beautiful detail in Charleston. Join us for our Annual Confer- ence in Charleston, South Carolina to delight in the city’s quaint, gas-lit cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and historic antebellum homes. It’s no wonder Charleston, South Carolina has been ranked in the top 5 U.S. destinations for the past fourteen years. Visit America’s first museum, tour a charming plantation, explore historic forts and relax with a trip to the beach or enjoy a re- warding round of golf at a championship course.Local Attractions….Boat Tours and Dinner Cruises….For those looking to enjoy Charleston’s beautiful waterways, dont miss ascenic harbor tour! It is an unforgettable trip and the views are breathtak-ing. Four companies offer cruises around the scenic Charleston harbor.This is a wonderful way to relax and see historic sites and natural splen-dor. Choose from dinner cruises, sunset cruises and sightseeing cruises.Historic Tours….The city is filled with some of Americas most beautiful and iconichomes and stately mansions. You will enjoy seeing perfectly manicuredgardens and some of the countrys most beautiful flowers. Come stroll thestreets where pirates and patriots have walked since 1670. You will alsosee where famous movies have been filmed, such as: "The Patriot," "TheNote Book" & "Cold Mountain." Also, you will enjoy some of Charleston’soldest churches and oldest homes.Ghost Tours….Charleston Ghosts of the South tours take guests into the heart of Charlestons haunted history. On many tours, youwill visit sites that have been featured on the History Channel/ Discovery Channel/and Ghost Adventures. The tourtakes you inside some of the most haunted houses and hotels in Charleston. As well as a stop at the cities oldestgraveyard. Other historically haunted locations will also be seen. Each tour last approximately 80 minutes. Tours de-part nightly from the historic "Market" area. Accommodations at The Historic Mills House The Mills House Hotel is a gem among historic Charleston hotels. Blending opulent accommodations, historic ambiance and modern convenience, this luxury Charleston hotel treats you to true southern hospitality, which was the same hospitality they showed their first guests over 150 years ago. With their recent multi- million dollar restoration, this historic Charleston hotel has recaptured its original splendor, and were eager to share it with you. Located in the heart of Charleston, The Mills House is the only hotel included in the citys prestigious Museum Mile, and theres no shortage of lively Charleston attrac- tions nearby. After a day amidst the storied sights of downtown, return to the Mills House where they stand apart from other Charleston, SC luxury hotels by com- bining a lush, Victorian atmosphere with modern appeal.
Trauma Center Association of America Annual Meeting The TCAA Annual Meeting has become the place to be for trauma center leaders nationwide. This course provides updates on national issues affecting Trauma Center designation, finances, and advocacy. The national faculty offer a wide array of timely topics including new regulations from Federal payors such as Medicare that impact trauma reimbursement. Solutions and tactics will be offered to assure trauma centers have the resources they need to maintain their programs. “Best Practice” posters will be displayed at the complimentary cocktail party and Member Meeting luncheon. These posters will feature fiscal, marketing, injury prevention and other successful traumaprogram innovations that are readily transferrable to your center. On the second day, a luncheon will feature TCAACommittee meetings such as Reimbursement, Education, and Disaster Preparedness to assist you in learning aboutTCAA’s projects and initiatives Attendance will re-energize and prepare participants to fulfill their professional goals aswell as achieve those of their trauma program. Ample time for networking is afforded as well. Trauma leaders benefitmost by participating as a team. The different aspects learned by each participant promotes strong team building.This year, TCAA will offer CMEs and Nursing CEU’s for those attending this session along with additional time to explorehistoric Charleston. COURSE AGENDA & FACULTY COURSE AGENDA & FACULTY Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 Wednesday, October 24th, 20127:00 to 8:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:00 to 8:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast8:00 to 8:15 Welcome 8:00 to 8:15 Welcome and Poster Winners Dan Gross, Chairman, TCAA 8:15 to 9:00 Presidential Address8:15 to 9:00 Building Partnerships for Response: Dan Gross, Chairman, TCAA Federal Initiatives to Highlight Trauma Centers 9:00 to 9:45 Federal Update: Politics, Elections and Brian Reed, HHS/ASPR/OPEO Health Reform Lisa Tofil, Holland & Knight9:00 to 10:00 What Are We Doing and Why? Improving Injury Prevention Programs Through 9:45 to 10:00 Break Strategic Decision Making 10:00 to 10:40 Medicare and Medicaid Reform -- Carolyn Fowler, John Hopkins University Positioning Trauma Care for Sustained10:00 to 10:15 Break Viability Lisa Tofil, Holland & Knight10:15 to 11:00 The Joint Theater Trauma System: The Greatest Trauma System Ever Created 10:40 to 12:30 Exemplar Innovations Martin Schreiber, Oregon Health & Science Advocacy 101: Talking Trauma in the University District John Osborn, Mayo Clinic11:00 to 11:45 Strengthening Preparedness and Response Through Information Sharing Talk Optimal Resources Guide; Brian Reed, HHS/ASPR/OPEO Significant Changes Briana Stephan, HHS/ASPR/OPEO Marco Bonta, Riverside Methodist Hospital11:45 to 1:15 Annual Business Meeting SBIRT: The Right Thing for Everyone Cecile D’Huyvetter, Gundersen Lutheran1:15 to 2:00 2011 TCAA Poster Winner – Medical Center Implementing PTS Screening Annette Bertelson, Froedtert Hospital Hemorrhage Control 2012 and Forward Martin Schreiber, Schreiber & Associates2:00 to 2:45 Exemplar Innovations Triage Decisions; Over and Under Triage EMR - Developing and Implementing an in 2013 and Beyond EMR with Stakeholder Investment Marco Bonta, Riverside Methodist Hospital Jorie Klein, Parkland Health & Hospitals Courtney Edwards, Parkland Health & Acute Care Surgeon: Developing and Hospitals Implementing a Business Model Samir Fakhry, Medical University of SC 12:30 Annual Luncheon Committee Meetings2:45 to 3:00 Break3:00 to 3:45 Challenges in Disaster Response Susan Briggs, Massachusetts General Action-Oriented Loop Closure II Marco Bonta, Riverside Methodist Hospital6:00 to 7:30 Poster Reception
Trauma Center Finance & Business Planning CourseIf you don’t speak the language of finance and business planning, you are not enjoying the empowerment youdeserve. The TCAA Finance and Business Planning Course offers both basic and advanced finance andeconomic principles.Lectures feature reality-based trauma program cases and essential steps in business planning. You willpractice strategies for presenting information to executive leadership to build your trauma program’s statureand self-governance. Small group projects with an accomplished mentor will help you develop a distinctivebusiness case that assures you will leave able to apply the lessons learned in the in-depth didactic sessions.Trauma Business Case Exercise:Small groups will review cases from one of the scenarios: Trauma Center Level Upgrade, Start-up TraumaCenter, Competition, and Downgrade/Program Survival. Data for each case will include: volume, ISS(severity) and payor mix, potential market, physician issues/costs, staffing and resources. Business plansand PowerPoint presentations will be developed and presented to the panel of CEO/Administrators. Eachpresentation will include a case-based business plan, data analysis, interpretation and graphic display.CME’s and Nursing CEU’s will be available upon request. COURSE AGENDA Thursday, October 25, 2012 Basic Track Advanced Track 7:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:00 Registration & Continental Breakfast 8:00 Managing Your CEO, Board of Directors, & other 8:00 Building your Business Plan and Selling It Leaders: Marketing your Trauma Services Robert Falcone, Ohio State Univ. College of Medicine Dan Gross, Sharp Healthcare 8:50 Service Line: What it can do for you and How to do 8:50 Trauma Finance 101 it Jennifer Ward, TCAA Jorie Klein, Parkland Health & Hospital System 9:40 Break 9:40 Break 10:00 The Annual Trauma Report: Making it work for 10:00 Business Planning & Hospital Finance: Gap you Analysis Robert Falcone, Ohio State Univ. College of Medicine William Long, Legacy Emanuel Med. Ctr. 10:50 Trauma Financial Challenges: Managing 10:50 Coding and Documentation for the Physician Revenue, Costs & Physician Relations Diana Rick, D.R.S., Billing Professionals Jorie Klein, Parkland Heath & Hospital System 12:00 Lunch (provided) 1:00-5:00 Trauma Business Case Exercises Networking Events Be sure to travel in time to attend the Annual Meeting, Committee Luncheon, Poster Reception and the Annual Member MeetingParticipants are invited to join the TCAA Board and Faculty for our Annual Member Luncheon Meeting at noonand Poster Reception from 6:00pm—7:30pm on Tuesday, October 23rd at the historic treasure Hibernian Halllocated adjacent to the Mills House Hotel. Please plan to attend the Annual Committee meetings as well onOctober 24th, 2012. Tuition includes admission to all events. Guests may attend for an additional fee. Please contact TCAA staff at (575) 525 -9511 for additional information. Guest RSVP is necessary to assure space availability
Comprehensive Trauma PICourse Trauma Medical Director CourseA major goal of trauma care systems and trauma treatment providers is to provide care that is efficacious,safe, and cost-effective. With the continuous focus on trauma care quality and related outcomes, trauma careproviders and organizations, at all levels, including state and regional systems must develop processes toevaluate care effectiveness. This course will provide concrete, real-world information for trauma programmanagers and medical directors, state and regional trauma system managers, and trauma center surveyorson applying tried and true methods of performance improvement to real life case scenarios. Its going to be astimulating and thought provoking session where you can not only learn from others, but also share yourexperiences and wisdom. New this year, we will offer participants the opportunity to bring or submitdifficult cases for expert panel review in a safe and completely confidential setting. Please inquireabout this new opportunity, and plan to come and be a part of the action. CMEs and Nursing CEUs willbe available upon request. COURSE AGENDA Friday, October 26th, 2012 7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 8:00 Creating a Team-Based PI Process that Assures Your Designation Success William Long, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center 8:45 Basing PI on Your Trauma Registry Vivian Lane, TCAA Associate 9:30 Break 9:45 Trauma PI and Peer Review: The Role of the Trauma Medical Director Michael McGonigal, Regions Hospital 10:30 Putting It All Together to Make a Difference: Trauma System PI Lisa Irwin, TCAA Associate 11:15 Multidisciplinary Case Review William Long, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center 12:00 Lunch 1:00 Roundtables and Case Review (including participant cases) 2:15 Break 2:30 Case Presentations (Expert Panel Review) 4:00 Adjourn Call for Best Practice PostersTCAA invites you to submit a “Best Practice” for poster presentation at the 15 th Annual Trauma Conference inCharleston, South Carolina. For Best Practice Submission Form and Instructions please contact TrayBardey at Tracey@traumafoundation.org or go to the TCAA website at www.traumafoundation.org. BestPractices are now being accepted.Definition: A Best Practice is an innovation or successful initiative that isunique to your Trauma Center and highlights your program. It does nothave to be a scientific abstract or be evidence-based.Best Practice Deadline: September 1, 2012Submit Best Practice: BestPractices@traumafoundation.org Suggested Categories (but not limited to): •Finance Operations •Education •Injury Prevention •Disaster Preparedness •Performance Improvement •Outreach •System Development
Trauma Medical Director CourseThe medical leadership skills needed in todays trauma centers are best gained by sharing the experiences ofothers. This course is targeted to current and aspiring trauma medical directors who want to learn how toimprove operations in their trauma center and exert control over their trauma surgical practices.The Faculty will deliver core principles for the leadership and business skills needed to succeed in ourturbulent healthcare climate in which trauma functions. Participants will enjoy a collaborative and case-basedlearning environment. Each participant will leave with readily employable tactics to improve efficiency, fiscalperformance and clinical management in their program.This course features brief presentations of core principles followed by case discussions. Practical andimmediately usable solutions to common problems experienced by all directors of Level I, II, and III traumacenters will be the outcome of this course. The course is limited to 30 participants . CME’s will beavailable upon request. COURSE AGENDA Thursday, October 25, 2012 Friday, October 26, 2012 7:00 – 8:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:00 – 8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 8:30 Introduction to Trauma Director 8:00 – 9:00 The Multidisciplinary Team: HR Course: Course Concepts Management John Fortune, University of Vermont Jorie Klein, Parkland Health & Hospital System 8:30 – 9:30 Attaining and Maintaining Your Designation/Verification: Common 9:00 – 10:00 Formulating Your Trauma Guidelines Problems John Fortune, University of Vermont Marco Bonta, Riverside Methodist 10:00 -10:20 Break Hospital 10:20 – 11:00 Building Your Trauma Administrative 9:30 – 9:50 Break Team: Hospital CEO Expectations of the 9:50 – 11:00 Advocacy Reimbursement Update Trauma Medical Director Lisa Tofil, Holland & Knight Robert Falcone, Clinical Professor of Surgery, The Ohio State University College 11:00 – 12:00 Medical Leadership: Outreach & of Medicine Marketing Michael McGonigal, Regions Hospital 11:00 – 12:00 TPIPS: The Trauma Program Manager’s Perspective 12:00 – 1:00 Networking Lunch (provided) Jorie Klein, Parkland Health & Hospital 1:00 – 2:00 Leadership & Communication: System Representing Trauma in Meetings, 12:00 – 1:00 Networking Lunch (provided) Media, Grand Rounds & Finance William Long, Legacy Emanuel Hospital 1:00 – 2:15 Surgeon Coverage & Compensation: Creating Solutions 2:00 – 3:00 M & M/Peer Review Samir Fakhry, Medical University of South Michael McGonigal, Regions Hospital Carolina 3:00 – 3:15 Break 2:15 – 3:00 Trauma Finance: How to Position Your 3:15 – 3:45 Building the Inclusive System: Roles Trauma Center for Economic Stability and Relationships with Level III and IV Robert Falcone, Clinical Professor of Trauma Centers Surgery, The Ohio State University College Doug Schmitz, Cheyenne Regional of Medicine Medical Center 3:00– 3:30 Questions & Answers, Feedback, Take- 3:45 – 5:15 Trauma Practice Management Billing: Home Lessons Structure & Strategies 3:30 Adjourn Samir Fakhry, Medical University of South Carolina & Diana Rick, D.R.S., Billing Professionals 5:15 Adjourn
COURSE REGISTRATION Early Registration before September 30th, 2012, thereafter add $100.00 to total fee. TCAA MEMBER RN/Other Physician TCAA Annual Meeting October 23-24, 2012 $375.00 $575.00 Finance & Business Course October 25, 2012 $295.00 $495.00 Comprehensive PI Course October 26, 2012 $295.00 $495.00 Trauma Medical Director Course October 25-26, 2012 Class limit 30 PHYSICIAN ONLY $1,000.00 FEES FOR NON MEMBER RN/Other Physician TCAA Annual Meeting October 23-24, 2012 $495.00 $750.00 Finance & Business Course October 25, 2012 $495.00 $750.00 Comprehensive PI Course October 26, 2012 $495.00 $750.00 Trauma Medical Director Course October 25-26, 2012 Class limit 30 PHYSICIAN ONLY $1,500.00NETWORKING EVENTS Please check if additional guest is attending. Poster Reception Guest ($30/guest.) Annual Business Meeting Guests ($40/guest.) TOTAL: _________ ________ *The difference between Member and Non Member tuition will be applied to TCAA membership fees if hospital joins within 90 days of conference attendance.FOR FINANCE & BUSINESS COURSE PARTICIPANTS: Choose one Track Only ____ Basic Track ____ Advanced TrackTuition does not include lodging. For hotel reservations, call The Mills House directly at 1-800-874-9600. Askfor the Trauma Center Association of America rate of $179/night. Deadline for reduced rate reservations isOctober 1, 2012. *Make checks payable to Trauma Center Association of America (TCAA) For credit card payments (VISA/MC only), please call office.*Name and Credentials (MD, RN, etc.) RN– License # / State MD– Last 4 digits of SSN#Job TitleFacility/OrganizationAddressCity, State, ZipWork Phone and FAX E-mailCANCELLATIONS: Full refund is available before September 30th, 2012. No refunds are issued thereafter. Substitution registrationsfrom the same facility are accepted. If there are not an adequate number of participants by September 30, 2012, courses subject tocancellation. Fax or mail registration to: TRAUMA CENTER ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 650 Montana Ave., Suite A, Las Cruces, NM 88001 Phone: 575-525-9511 Fax: 575-647-9600 Confirmations will be sent upon receipt of registration form.
CME’s TRAUMA CENTER ASSOCIATION Accreditation OF AMERICA“Thisactivity has been planned and implemented in accordance with A 501(C)6 NON PROFIT TRADE ASSOCIATIONthe Essential Areas and policies of the Colorado Medical Societythrough the joint sponsorship of Wyoming Medical Center and the The Trauma Center Association of America (TCAA)Trauma Center Association of America. Wyoming Medical Center is formerly known as the National Foundation for Traumaaccredited by the Colorado Medical Society to provide continuing Care (NFTC) is a non-profit trade association dedicated tomedical education for physicians. securing the economic viability of trauma centers and systems across the country. The Association’s mission isWyoming Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum to foster the development of a national system of traumaof 23.75 CME’s AMA PRA Category 1 Credit (s)™. Physicians care so that access to excellent care for the seriouslyshould only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their injured is assured.participation in the activity.” TCAA’s 270+ members receive education on best Disclosure practices, advice on trauma finance and systemAs a provider accredited by the ACCME, Wyoming Medical development, access to the most comprehensive traumaCenter’s Office of Continuing Medical Education must ensure database, and linkages to other trauma centers andbalance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in its systems. Members include 257+ trauma centers in 45educational activities. All faculty are required to disclose states and 13 state/regional trauma agencies responsiblerelationships with commercial grantors or products. Faculty are for trauma system development and oversight.also required to identify trade names, investigational products, The TCAA Board of Directors include the most qualifiedand unlabeled uses that are discussed in their presentations. and influential professionals in the trauma care industry.Disclosure will be published in course materials so participants Board membership includes representatives from CEO’s,may formulate their own judgment regarding the presentation (s). trauma surgeons, trauma nursing, trauma system management, and government relations representatives. These leaders direct the TCAA in all member initiatives Nursing CEU’s and TCAA national advocacy efforts.Applying for a maximum of 24 contact hours of Nursing CEUs forthe Comprehensive Trauma PI Course, Trauma Finance and The Association also has seven established CommitteesBusiness Planning Course, and the TCAA Annual Meeting that actively determine member services and activities.through the California Board of Registered Nursing. These Committees consisting of representatives from TCAA member trauma centers include Advocacy,* Be sure to provide your RN License Number on your registration Development, Disaster Preparedness, Education, Injury form to ensure proper credit is given. Prevention, Pediatrics, Reimbursement, and System Management. October 25-26, 2012 Trauma Medical Director Course October 26th, 2012 Comprehensive Trauma PI Course October 25th, 2012 Planning Course Trauma Finance & Business October 23-24th, 2012 TCAA Annual Meeting Charleston, South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina TCAA Annual Trauma Conference TCAA Annual Trauma Conference TCAA Annual Trauma Conference Return Service Requested www.traumafoundation.org Las Cruces, NM 88001 650 Montana Ave. Suite A ASSOCIATION TRAUMA CENTER ASSOCIATION