Virtual Enhanced Recovery + the Perioperative
Surgical Home Boot Camp

PAIR YOUR ESR 2021 VISIT WITH:
US GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOP

  100
ATTENDEES
10
SPEAKERS
10+
SESSIONS
5
STEPS
 

Virtual Enhanced Recovery + the Perioperative
Surgical Home Boot Camp

PAIR YOUR ESR 2021 VISIT WITH:
US GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOP

Register now

April 9th 2021|3D Virtual Platform

     
    100   Attendees  
    10   Speakers  
    10+   Sessions  
    5   Steps  
 
WHAT IS ESR 2021?

For the past few years, one reoccurring question I am continually asked is “how do you actually start such a model in my hospital”? There are other excellent conferences on the topics of PSH and ERAS; however, none are directly devoted to the nuts and bolts of creating and maintaining these clinical models. In response to this urgent need, we are launching a series of Boot Camps that are singularly devoted to addressing the establishment of these models.

There are two overall goals of the Boot Camp:

  • The first goal of the Boot Camp is to enable clinicians who are seeking to establish a Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) to incorporate contemporary operational management fundamentals in the design of this innovative care model.
  • The second goal is to educate clinicians in evidence-based management of perioperative medicine concepts so that it will improve clinical quality and patient experience and lower resource utilization of their patients.
Speakers for this Boot Camp are content expert in the PSH and ERAS model and exemplify world renown academic medical centers and outstanding community hospitals. These speakers represent multiple disciplines and have either established these models in their own hospitals or are real world experts in the medical management of these patients

 
 
WHAT IS ESR 2021?

For the past few years, one reoccurring question I am continually asked is “how do you actually start such a model in my hospital”? There are other excellent conferences on the topics of PSH and ERAS; however, none are directly devoted to the nuts and bolts of creating and maintaining these clinical models. In response to this urgent need, we are launching a series of Boot Camps that are singularly devoted to addressing the establishment of these models.

There are two overall goals of the Boot Camp:

  • The first goal of the Boot Camp is to enable clinicians who are seeking to establish a Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) to incorporate contemporary operational management fundamentals in the design of this innovative care model.
  • The second goal is to educate clinicians in evidence-based management of perioperative medicine concepts so that it will improve clinical quality and patient experience and lower resource utilization of their patients.
Speakers for this Boot Camp are content expert in the PSH and ERAS model and exemplify world renown academic medical centers and outstanding community hospitals. These speakers represent multiple disciplines and have either established these models in their own hospitals or are real world experts in the medical management of these patients

 
US GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOP
This workshop includes lectures, a phantom model technology to practice needle trajectory, and ample time for hands-on scanning on live models proctored by experts in the field of regional anesthesiology. This course emphasizes small group learning and real time hands-on practice.  
 

Learn on Friday in Newport, block on Monday in your practice!

Recognize and describe the sonoanatomy of the brachial plexus, individual nerves of the lower extremity, and fascial planes relevant to orthopedic procedures.

Practice needle insertion techniques on phantom models; identify the block needle trajectory.

Identify regional anesthesia techniques appropriate for total joint surgery, hip fractures, and sports-related surgical procedures.

Demonstrate the correct sonographic technique for various peripheral nerve and fascial plane blocks utilized in orthopedic anesthesia.

Discuss options for prolonging the duration of regional anesthesia techniques, including adjuvants, continuous catheters, and liposomal bupivacaine (EXPAREL).

 

Who should attend:
Pysician Anesthesiologists, Resident Anesthesiologists, and Regional Anesthesia Fellows.

When and where:
US Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop is being held on the same day as OVBC 2020 on April 9, 2021. The workshop hours are 2:00pm - 5:00pm.

Course Directors:
Jeff Gadsden, MD, FRCPC, FANZCA
Nishant Shah, MD
Maggie Holtz, MD

Accreditation:
Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

 
Register for the ESR + Workshop
 
US GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA WORKSHOP
This workshop includes lectures, a phantom model technology to practice needle trajectory, and ample time for hands-on scanning on live models proctored by experts in the field of regional anesthesiology. This course emphasizes small group learning and real time hands-on practice.
 

Learn on Friday in Newport, block on Monday in your practice!

Recognize and describe the sonoanatomy of the brachial plexus, individual nerves of the lower extremity, and fascial planes relevant to orthopedic procedures.

Practice needle insertion techniques on phantom models; identify the block needle trajectory.

Identify regional anesthesia techniques appropriate for total joint surgery, hip fractures, and sports-related surgical procedures.

Demonstrate the correct sonographic technique for various peripheral nerve and fascial plane blocks utilized in orthopedic anesthesia.

Discuss options for prolonging the duration of regional anesthesia techniques, including adjuvants, continuous catheters, and liposomal bupivacaine (EXPAREL).

Who should attend:
Pysician Anesthesiologists, Resident Anesthesiologists, and Regional Anesthesia Fellows.

When and where:
US Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop is being held on the same day as OVBC 2020 on February 28, 2020 at Fashion Island Hotel in Newport Beach, CA. The workshop hours are 2:00pm - 5:00pm.

Course Directors:
Jeff Gadsden, MD, FRCPC, FANZCA
Nishant Shah, MD
Maggie Holtz, MD

Accreditation:
Approved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.

 
Register for the ESR + Workshop
 

SPEAKERS

Featuring these Rockstar Speakers

Thomas R. Vetter

Thomas R. Vetter

Director of Perioperative Care
Professor of Surgery & Perioperative Care

Steven Schulman

Steven Schulman

Associate Medical Director
St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center

Zeev N. Kain

Zeev N. Kain

President, ACPM
Chancellor Professor, UC Irvine Health

Erin Hennessey

Erin Hennessey

Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine

Paul Grant

Paul Grant

Associate Chief of Hospital Medicine

William Peruzzi

William Peruzzi

Executive Vice Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology

Chris Steel

Chris Steel

Chief of Anesthesiology

Michael Englesbe

Michael Englesbe

Professor of Surgery

Hugo Quinny Cheng

Hugo Quinny Cheng

Chief, Hospital Medicine

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SPEAKERS

Featuring these Rockstar Speakers

Thomas R. Vetter

Thomas R. Vetter

Director of Perioperative Care
Professor of Surgery & Perioperative Care

Steven Schulman

Steven Schulman

Associate Medical Director
St. Francis Hospital, The Heart Center

Zeev N. Kain

Zeev N. Kain

President, ACPM
Chancellor Professor, UC Irvine Health

Erin Hennessey

Erin Hennessey

Associate Professor of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine

Paul Grant

Paul Grant

Associate Chief of Hospital Medicine

William Peruzzi

William Peruzzi

Executive Vice Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology

Chris Steel

Chris Steel

Chief of Anesthesiology

Michael Englesbe

Michael Englesbe

Professor of Surgery

Hugo Quinny Cheng

Hugo Quinny Cheng

Chief, Hospital Medicine

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Networking

Only a TEAM approach is successful in our changing environment and working with all stakeholders is simply a must.

 

Sessions

You will gain the tools necessary to successfully implement this model for your surgical patients. Join selected sessions in two other ACPM conferences that are happening on the same weekend.

 
 
 
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Networking

Only a TEAM approach is successful in our changing environment and working with all stakeholders is simply a must.

View Why Attend
 
 
 

Sessions

You will gain the tools necessary to successfully implement this model for your surgical patients. Join selected sessions in two other ACPM conferences that are happening on the same weekend.

View Program
 

TESTIMONIALS

 

“In the sea of "value" courses, OVBC stands alone. Experienced, knowledgeable faculty in an intimate setting, with plenty of opportunity for interaction.”
Kevin Bozic
Chair, Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care
Dell Medical School | University of Texas at Austin
“The meeting allows for diversified networking with stakeholders from all areas of healthcare. No other meeting brings an audience such as this together due to the diversity of topics and world renowned speakers”
Alex Vaccaro
President and Surgeon-in-Chief
Rothman Institute Orthopedics
“OVBC brings knowledge from all over the industry, independently from specialties, silos, and disciplines. The main focus is expertise. A unique forum that really exemplifies what "integration" means.”
Maxime Cannesson
Professor and Vice Chair of Anesthesiology
UCLA Medical School
“This conference brings nurses together with all who impact patient experience to breakdown silos and help one another understand our challenges and navigate toward better outcomes. ”
Marian Kleinman
Director of Perioperative Services
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
“Anesthesiologists who are participating in this vibrant and practical value-based health care conference will be in a unique position to effectively inform and influence the major imminent changes in their own organizations.”
Thomas Vetter
Professor & Director of Perioperative Care
Dell Medical School | University of Texas at Austin
“This conference is a great opportunity to learn what the leaders in perioperative medicine are doing and to network inter-professionally across a broad range of orthopedic providers and administrators. Great stuff!”
Kip Schick
Director of Physical Therapy & Outpatient Clinics
University of Wisconsin Health
“OVBC offers cutting edge content delivered by leaders across a variety of fields giving attendees knowledge on important topics but also a roadmap for success. You’ll leave with a sense of purpose!”
Roy S. Winston
Chief Clinical Officer
Pacira BioSciences, Inc.
“A must-attend conference for orthopaedic suppliers. The ability to interact with faculty and attendees provides an exceptional opportunity to gain the market insight necessary to evolve strategies focused on patient value across the perioperative spectrum”
Eric Dremel
President
Medacta USA, Inc
“The Orthopaedic value-based care conference is unique in that it brings together multiple clinical and administrative stakeholders in a meaningful, highly interactive forum to help solve some of the most vexing challenges in the pursuit of value in healthcare.”
Michael Suk
Chief Physician Officer, Geisinger System Services
Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

TESTIMONIALS

“In the sea of "value" courses, OVBC stands alone. Experienced, knowledgeable faculty in an intimate setting, with plenty of opportunity for interaction.”
Kevin Bozic
Chair, Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care
Dell Medical School | University of Texas at Austin
“The meeting allows for diversified networking with stakeholders from all areas of healthcare. No other meeting brings an audience such as this together due to the diversity of topics and world renowned speakers”
Alex Vaccaro
President and Surgeon-in-Chief
Rothman Institute Orthopedics
“OVBC brings knowledge from all over the industry, independently from specialties, silos, and disciplines. The main focus is expertise. A unique forum that really exemplifies what "integration" means.”
Maxime Cannesson
Professor and Vice Chair of Anesthesiology
UCLA Medical School
“This conference brings nurses together with all who impact patient experience to breakdown silos and help one another understand our challenges and navigate toward better outcomes. ”
Marian Kleinman
Director of Perioperative Services
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
“Anesthesiologists who are participating in this vibrant and practical value-based health care conference will be in a unique position to effectively inform and influence the major imminent changes in their own organizations.”
Thomas Vetter
Professor & Director of Perioperative Care
Dell Medical School | University of Texas at Austin
“This conference is a great opportunity to learn what the leaders in perioperative medicine are doing and to network inter-professionally across a broad range of orthopedic providers and administrators. Great stuff!”
Kip Schick
Director of Physical Therapy & Outpatient Clinics
University of Wisconsin Health
“OVBC offers cutting edge content delivered by leaders across a variety of fields giving attendees knowledge on important topics but also a roadmap for success. You’ll leave with a sense of purpose!”
Roy S. Winston
Chief Clinical Officer
Pacira BioSciences, Inc.
“A must-attend conference for orthopaedic suppliers. The ability to interact with faculty and attendees provides an exceptional opportunity to gain the market insight necessary to evolve strategies focused on patient value across the perioperative spectrum”
Eric Dremel
President
Medacta USA, Inc
“The Orthopaedic value-based care conference is unique in that it brings together multiple clinical and administrative stakeholders in a meaningful, highly interactive forum to help solve some of the most vexing challenges in the pursuit of value in healthcare.”
Michael Suk
Chief Physician Officer, Geisinger System Services
Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery