Center for Quality & Patient Safety Presentations
At NYU Langone’s Center for Quality and Patient Safety, our faculty and staff actively present at conferences and seminars throughout the United States. Below are some recent selected presentations.
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Annual Meeting
Our faculty gave the following presentations at the 2018 annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons held in New Orleans:
- “Interhospital Transfer Is a Risk Factor for Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) in Lower Extremity Fracture Patients” (March 6)
- “The Effect of Length of Stay and Discharge Disposition on HCAHPS Scores in Orthopedic Patients” (March 6)
- “The Value Proposition of Telemedicine in Total Joint Arthroplasty” (March 6)
- “Same-Day Discharge Total Joint Arthroplasty Can Be Performed in Outpatient Centers: An Analysis of Disqualifying Conditions and the Frequency at Which They Occur” (March 8)
- “Tourniquet Use Does Not Diminish Patient Satisfaction in Wide-Awake Hand Surgery” (March 8)
- “Preoperative Bariatric Surgery Is an Independent Risk Factor for Readmissions Following Total Joint Arthroplasty” (March 8)
- “It’s a Brave New World: Alternative Payment Models and Value Creation in Total Joint Replacement” (March 9)
- “Incidence and Risk of Unplanned Hospital Transfers Following Ambulatory Orthopedic Surgery: An Analysis of 19,646 Consecutive Cases” (March 9)
- “Trends in Utilization of Technology Assistance in Total Hip Arthroplasty” (March 9)
- “Preoperative Patient-Reported Outcomes Are Poor Predictors for In-Hospital Pain Control Following Total Hip Arthroplasty” (March 9)
- “Pain Management Pathways in Total Hip Arthroplasty Eliminate the Need for Opioid-Based Patient-Controlled Anesthesia” (March 9)
- “Development and Validation of Machine Learning–Based Risk Models to Predict Short-Term Severe Adverse Advents, Readmissions, and Mortality Following Elective Total Hip Arthroplasty” (March 9)
- “Derivation and Validation of Machine-Learning Algorithms to Predict Discharge Destination and Unplanned Readmission Following Elective Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty” (March 9)
- “Skilled Nursing Facility Partnerships May Decrease 90-Day Costs in a Total Joint Replacement Bundled Payment Initiative” (March 9)
- “Variability of Patient and Surgeon Characteristics in a Single, Urban, Academic Total Knee Replacement Center” (March 9)
- “The Effect of Length of Stay and Discharge Disposition on Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems Scores in Orthopedic Patients” (March 9)
- “Wide-Awake Hand Surgery: Current Concepts and Practical Considerations for Starting Your Own Program” (March 9)
Annual Institute for Healthcare Improvement/National Patient Safety Foundation Patient Safety Congress
“Access to Orthopedic Surgery After the Affordable Care Act (ACA)–Mandated Medicaid Expansion” (Boston, May 23, 2018).
New York City Viral Hepatitis Research Symposium
“The Cost-Effectiveness of Birth Cohort Hepatitis C Screening During Preadmission Testing for Elective Procedures at an Urban Orthopedic Hospital” (New York, May 24, 2018).
NYU Langone Health Tech Symposium
“Inpatient Opioid Consumption in Total Hip Arthroplasty—An Insight Into Prescribing Habits at a Tertiary Care Center” (New York, June 7, 2018).
American Society for Surgery of the Hand Annual Meeting
“Narcotic Prescribing Patterns Among Orthopedic Surgeons in Upper Extremity Cases” and “Assessing the Adequacy and Readability of Orthopedic Surgical Consent Forms: A Retrospective, Single-Center Review” (Boston, September 13, 2018).
International Congress for Joint Reconstruction East ISK Hip and Knee Course
“Opioid-Sparing Pain Management in the TJA Episode” (New York, October 12, 2018).
Becker’s Ambulatory Surgery Center Annual Meeting
“Current Trends for Success in Bundles and Strategies for Financial Changes: Orthopedics and Beyond” (Chicago, October 19, 2018).
American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting
“Physician-Specific Variation in Inpatient Opioid Consumption Following Total Knee Arthroplasty—Analysis of 3,666 Cases at a Single Specialty Hospital” and “Inter-Physician Variability in Inpatient Opioid Consumption for Total Hip Arthroplasty—Analysis of 4,020 Cases at a Single Specialty Hospital” (Dallas, November 1, 2018).