Improve Clinical Care and Financial Outcomes for an At Risk Population


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This 60-minute panel discussion will explore how an advanced hip fracture care program reduced complications and mortality rates, and improved post-procedure independent living. Field leaders explain the keys to establishing a comprehensive, multidisciplinary program for hip fracture care. Learn how complications and one-year mortality rates can be reduced while improving quality of life through multidisciplinary collaborative standard of care with service line initiatives, process standardization and leading practice models. From the emergency department to discharge, learn the key quality metrics that can lead to an optimized system while reducing costs to facilities, patients and society at large.


Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the impact of hip fractures to the organization and society at large
  • Share the top three opportunities to improve the standard of care
  • Explore how a service line approach can improve care and margins for hip fracture patients
  • Discuss how supply chain integration with service line initiatives is critical in hip fracture margin improvement


Continuing Education Credit (CEC):

By watching the on-demand webinar, “Improve Clinical Care and Financial Outcomes for an At Risk Population”, offered by AHRMM, participants may earn up to 1 AHRMM continuing education credit (CEC) toward recertification of the Certified Materials Resource Professional (CMRP) and/or the AHRMM Fellow (FAHRMM) designation, and, up to 1 ACHE Qualified Education Hours toward initial certification or recertification of the Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) designation.



  • Joe Tomaro, Consulting Director, Vizient
    Joe Tomaro, PhD, serves as a consulting director for Advisory Solutions. He assists hospitals with value-based care initiatives by leveraging data analytics and market intelligence. Prior to joining Vizient, he served as general manager for Accelero Health Partners, the consulting division of Zimmer Biomet.
  • Rick May, MD, Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon, Senior Principal, Vizient
    Rick May, MD, serves as senior principal. He spent 20 years as a practicing orthopedic surgeon, serving as the orthopedic trauma director for four Denver-area hospitals and the president of the Colorado Medical Society for three years. Since joining Vizient, he has helped hospitals around the nation with clinical quality improvement, service line optimization and clinical-supply integration.
  • Tyler Bennett, MHA, System Director, Orthopedic Service Line. Sentara Healthcare
    Tyler Bennett, MHA, serves as Director, Orthopedic Service Line for Sentara Healthcare. In this role, he supports the programmatic development for Sentara’s Orthopedic and Spine service lines across all acute and ambulatory sites of care. Tyler joined Sentara in June 2018 after completing his Administrative Fellowship with HCA Healthcare in Nashville, TN and Chattanooga, TN. Tyler earned a Master of Health Administration from the University of Iowa in 2017 and Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) in 2015.


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