Monday, April 27
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Toscana; Tuscan Kitchen Seaport
Advanced Practice Provider Fee: $195
Candidate and Medical Student Fee: $195
Moderator(s): Erol Veznedaroglu, MD, FAANS
Faculty: Elad I. Levy, MD, FAANS, MBA; Anil Nanda, MD, MPH, FAANS; Henry H. Woo, MD, FAANS
Traditional models of neurosurgical care delivery are being challenged by innovations in organization, technology and financial models. This symposium explores new models of reaching patients through telemedicine and new arrangements that allow neurosurgeons to overcome the limitations of outdated private practice or academic divisions.
In Italy, a true artisan combines the simplicity of the freshest ingredients with time honored preparation to create a truly incredible culinary experience. At Tuscan Kitchen, chefs prepare everything in house. All pastas are made fresh, bread is crafted daily and desserts are created by masterful pastry chefs. Guests dine “in the kitchen,” while each dish is prepared for all to see. The sights and smells from baking bread, pasta making and the creation of fine Italian pastries and gelato delight the senses and enhance the experience. The restaurant showcases all of the handmade Italian specialties its founder learned on his lifelong journey through Italy’s diverse regional cuisine. Take advantage of this opportunity to experience Artisan Italian.
Learning Objectives: After completing this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Discuss the challenges of integration in the new era of healthcare.
- Implement changes to better utilize resources for better patient care and outreach.
- Identify the evolution of disease based neurosurgical care in an integrated neuroscience institute.
- Summarize the ways physicians can better collaborate with Industry at their respective health care institutions for more comprehensive patient care and education.
- Discuss the challenges and benefits of a combined academic/private faculty plan.