“A Volume To Value Ortho Service Line Model”
Speaker: Bill Munley, Vice President of Orthopaedics, General Surgery, and Professional Services at Bon Secours St. Francis Health System
Cost: Complimentary, sponsored by Wellbe
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Learn about a model that is applicable to all service lines as healthcare transitions from volume to value. The model concentrates on transforming from services & procedures, to formalized programs, to centers of excellence, while focusing on the four pillars of service line management: Quality/Outcomes; Service/Satisfaction; Volume/Market share Growth; and Cost Containment. Quality and outcomes are particularly stressed as the key to program differentiation and value. Positioning as a regional destination center for managed care and industry is also discussed.
Presentation to cover:
- Learn about a model applicable to all service lines
- Learn how to transition from performing procedures to becoming a center of excellence
- Learn how to transition from volume to value
- Learn how to differentiate your centers of excellence
- Learn how to create dashboards to maximize quality
- Learn some marketing strategies for your service line
- Learn how to position yourself as a regional referral destination
About the Speaker:
Bill Munley is a 30-year veteran of the healthcare system and a recognized leader and strategist in Orthopedics, Service Line Development, and Rehabilitation. He currently serves as Vice President of Orthopaedics, General Surgery, and Professional Services at Bon Secours St. Francis Health System in Greenville, SC, where he has served for 27 years. He is responsible for all inpatient and outpatient Orthopedic, General Surgery, and Rehabilitation programs across three campuses. During his tenure there, he has served as a consultant to other healthcare systems, on editorial advisory boards of professional magazines, as a charter board member and officer of multiple state and local organizations, and has developed numerous programs in his specialty areas. Bill has also appeared as a guest speaker at multiple local, state, and national symposiums, presentations and webinars. Bill holds a BA in General Science from the University of Rochester and a MHSA from George Washington University.