The Quality Conundrum

What: C-SATS is hosting a webinar to foster discussion on new and innovative ways to improve quality, and reduce the cost of patient care. This webinar will be hosted by leaders within Adventist Health System and Providence Health and Services, Dr. Stephen Knych and Dr. James Porter, respectively.

Who: This webinar is designed for Healthcare Executives and Directors of Surgery.

When: September 8th, 2016 at 6pm EST

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“C-SATS’ video evaluation technology is appealing for two reasons. First, it’s relevant to surgeons. And second, these are video recordings of real robotic surgery cases; they’re not simulations.
I also like what C-SATS is doing because it’s offering surgeons a valid evaluation tool, an improvement approach that’s tailored to their individual performance. It’s not one-size-fits-all. And I believe that the tailored feedback helps you continually improve. This approach — and a more robust assessment of surgical competency — is necessary in our industry.”
— Dr. Stephen Knych MD, Chief Quality and Patient Safety Officer for Adventist Health System
“Institutions have the responsibility to ensure that their surgeons demonstrate technical competency before allowing them to perform surgery. C-SATS is the only system I know of that can provide me with accurate, unbiased and objective data on a surgeon’s technical skill, allowing me to make more informed decisions about my staff.”
— Dr. James R Porter MD, Medical Director of Robotic Surgery for Providence Health and Services