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Periop Coach 5.03 | Assessing the risk of delirium

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Release Date: 02/24/2020

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The conversation begins with "a day in the life" with respect to managing the anti coagulation questions that come up commonly. The contributors swap stories from their time in practice. The conversation moves to protocols, guidelines and also, when where and how to begin bridging. This piece is divided into two parts, the first being discussion between the panelists and the second, part 2, being questions from the online audience. Presented by Sol Aronson, tenured Professor at Duke University, with his guests; Angela Bader, Harvard Medical School and Vice Chair of Perioperative Medicine at...

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"Look at it from where is the patient, and what's best for the patient; I think that the other answers follow and yes, it is higher quality, yes, there can be some opportunities for cost savings; even if it 'breaks even' if the patients are happier, isn't that worth moving into the concept and proving that it does make a difference?" The value proposition is an essential element of advocating perioperative care; we know it provides safer, better quality outcomes but how do we translate that into a language that both patients, fee payers and providers can all understand? This piece follows on...

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"When I heard Sol Aronson, speak about perioperative medicine as 'population health', for me, it was like a eureka moment because our platform within Michigan is really an unmatched place to kind of realize that vision." This piece asks the question; "why do we need perioperative medicine"? The answer is illustrated with a real success story where practitioners realise the value proposition it unlocks for their patients every day. Hear how it is achieved and why it is so important. Presented by Desiree Chappell with her guests Jim Grant, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Blue...

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This piece is part one of a two part piece. It's a short didactic presentation on the tough realities the U.S. healthcare system faces as the fee for payment system creaks against concerns about rising costs and the need for population health management. Can we move forward with "the science of value" which true perioperative medicine offers us? It's a talk which is designed to spark debate and that follows in part two of this piece. Presented by Sol Aronson, tenured Professor, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

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"So in all these ERAS programs, you need a physician champion, a nurse champion, a coordinator; then we brought our pharmacist in - I will not start rounds without a pharmacist. I refuse. I won't start because the pharmacist is integral ... it's just you need that multidisciplinary team" This piece is a question and answer session prompted by the address our guest gave during EBPOM Chicago. Both the online audience and the team challenge our speaker to explain more. If you missed the address TopMedTalk has it for you here: Presented by Desiree Chappell and Monty Mythen with Daniel Engelman,...

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What can practitioners do to preoperatively screen for signs that their patients may have issues with post operative delirium?

How do we get patients fit for surgery, particularly as regards delirium? Can you build up mental resilience in the run up to an operation, do suggestions that puzzles and mental activity such as sudoku and a good crossword help have any evidence behind them?

This piece features Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell in conversation with Dan Cole, professor of clinical anesthesiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles and former president of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA).