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ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2018

 

Anesthesiology 2018 Opening Session: Harnessing Innovation: Turning Raw Ideas into Powerful Results
Josh Linkner
The Institute for Applied Creativity, Inc., Ferndale, MI
Tech entrepreneur and startup investor Josh Linkner has seen thousands of companies loaded with creative buzz and big ideas. The best companies have a systematic process to focus their team’s creativity into practical outputs. His inspiring presentation delivers practical tools that can be used immediately to increase creative output and deliver bottom-line results.

Anesthesiology 2018 Emery A. Rovenstine Memorial Lecture: Mentoring the Next Generation of Leaders - VIDEO
John M. Zerwas, M.D.
US Anesthesia Partners, Houston, TX
One of the great mentors and leaders of our specialty was Emery Andrew Rovenstine. This presentation will reflect on the unique qualities and characteristics of effective mentoring versus leadership, and the role that each of us as physicians can play in defining our next generation of great leaders.

 

Anesthesiology 2018 Emery A. Rovenstine Memorial Lecture: Mentoring the Next Generation of Leaders – SLIDES
John M. Zerwas, M.D.
US Anesthesia Partners, Houston, TX
Slide presentation reflecting on the unique qualities and characteristics of effective mentoring versus leadership, and the role that each of us as physicians can play in defining our next generation of great leaders.

 

Anesthesiology 2018 John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science: The Future Starts Here, With Cues From the Past - VIDEO
Karen B. Domino, M.D., M.P.H.
Professor and Vice-Chair for Clinical Research, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This lecture will link past outcome research with new methods to advance patient safety and quality research and translate findings into practice to shape the future of perioperative care.

 

Anesthesiology 2018 John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science: The Future Starts Here, With Cues From the Past – SLIDES
Karen B. Domino, M.D., M.P.H.
Professor and Vice-Chair for Clinical Research, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
This lecture links past outcome research with new methods to advance patient safety and quality research and translate findings into practice to shape the future of perioperative care.

Anesthesiology 2018 Town Hall Drug Shortages
James D. Grant, M.D., M.B.A., FASA
William Beaumont Health System, Bloomfield Hills, MI
An urgent challenge facing our members is the ongoing shortage of critical medications. ASA has been aggressively engaged to help mitigate shortages and provide members necessary resources. Join James Grant, M.D., Ruth Landau, M.D., Ed Mariano, M.D., David Reich, M.D., and Erin Fox, Pharm.D., BCPS, for this special town hall.

 

Anesthesiology 2018 Town Hall Drug Shortages – SLIDES
James D. Grant, M.D., M.B.A., FASA
William Beaumont Health System, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Slides from a special town hall that addresses drug shortages by James Grant, M.D., Ruth Landau, M.D., Ed Mariano, M.D., David Reich, M.D., and Erin Fox, Pharm.D., BCPS.

Practice Management® 2018

 

Practice Management 2018 Keynote Lecture: From Big Data to Small Decisions Using Data to Collaborate and Improve Care
Sachin Kheterpal, M.D., M.B.A.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Practice Management 2018 Business School Lecture: The Impact of Financial Incentives and Behavioral Economics on Decision-Making by Patients and Providers
David Lubarsky, M.D., M.B.A.
University of Miami Health System, Miami, FL

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2017

Anesthesiology 2017 Opening Session: System Innovation in Surgical and Anesthesia Care
Atul Gawande, M.D., M.P.H.

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Anesthesiology 2017 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture: Quality Anesthesia: Medicine Measures-Patients Decide
Lee A. Fleisher, M.D.
The Institute for Applied Creativity, Inc., Ferndale, MI
One of the great mentors and leaders of our specialty was Emery Andrew Rovenstine, and the themes of leadership, vision, and dedication to the advance of medical practice are the spirit of his namesake lectures. In this lecture, Dr. Fleisher presented insights about the history of quality measurement within anesthesia that began in 1935 with the establishment of the Anesthesia Study Commissions by Henry S. Ruth, M.D.

Anesthesiology 2017 Anesthesiology 2017 Ellison C. Pierce Lecture: Anesthesia Patient Safety: Closing the Gap Between Perception and Reality
Robert K. Stoelting, M.D., FACA
What started with a vision that "no patient shall be harmed by anesthesia" quickly became what is now the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation (APSF). Watch a review of patient safety initiatives and discover the steps necessary to reduce adverse events in the perioperative period. Strategies for closing the gap between the perception of safety and the reality that much remains to be accomplished were also discussed.

 

Anesthesiology 2017 Awards Presentation
Jeffery Plagenhoef, M.D., FASA, President of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, introduces the 2017 ASA Officers and the 2017 award winners.
2017 ASA Excellence in Research Award – Paul S. Myles, M.B., B.S.; 2017 ASA James E. Cottrell, M.D. Presidential Scholar Award – Chad M. Brummett, M.D.; 2017 ASA Excellence in Education Award – Arnold J. Berry, M.D., M.P.H.; 2017 Nicholas M. Greene, M.D., Award for Outstanding Humanitarian Contribution – Kelly McQueen, M.D., M.P.H.; 2017 ASA Distinguished Service Award – Norman A. Cohen, M.D.

Anesthesiology 2017 John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science: Electroencephalography in Anesthesiology: Past, Present and Future
Emery N. Brown, M.D., Ph.D.
This lecture was delivered on the 80th anniversary of the publication of the paper "Effect on the electroencephalogram of certain drugs which influence nervous activity" by F.A. Gibbs, W.A. Gibbs and W.G. Lennox. Dr. Brown reviewed historical milestones in the use of electroencephalogram (EEG) as a basic science tool to understand the neurophysiology of general anesthesia and as a clinical tool for monitoring patients.

 

Anesthesiology 2017 SOAP/FAER Gertie Marx Plenary Lecture: Links to Improving Anesthesia Outcomes
Robert D'Angelo, M.D.
Learn what is known about serious complications related to obstetric anesthesia and a framework being implemented to reduce incidences. Be introduced to the Anesthesia Incident Reporting System (AIRS) complication registries and deepen your understanding of how they can be used to anonymously report detailed information about serious adverse events. Discover how this information could alter future anesthesia practices in ways that improve obstetric anesthesia outcomes.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2016

 
 

Anesthesiology 2016 Opening Session: Value-Based Health Care Delivery, An Agenda for Transforming Anesthesiology Professor Michael E. Porter
Harvard Business School
A leading authority on company strategy and strategic approaches to societal problems, Professor Porter's work is renown in governments, corporations, non-profits and academic circles across the globe. His research has received numerous awards, and he is the most cited scholar today in economics and business.

Anesthesiology 2016 Awards Presentation
Daniel J. Cole, M.D., President of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, introduces the 2016 ASA Officers. 2016 ASA Excellence in Research Award – Michael M. Todd, M.D.; 2016 ASA James E. Cottrell, M.D., Presidential Scholar Award – Hannah Wunsch, M.D., M.Sc.; 2016 ASA Excellence in Education Award – Paul Barash, M.D.; 2016 Nicholas M. Greene, M.D., Award for Outstanding Humanitarian Contribution – Mark Newton, M.D.; 2016 ASA Distinguished Service Award – Alexander A Hannenberg, M.D.

 

Anesthesiology 2016 Ellison Pierce Lecture: Patient Safety Beyond Our Borders: Different and the Same
Alexander A. Hannenberg, M.D.
Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Newton, MA
The presentation discusses the risks of anesthesia and surgery in low resource settings, the opportunities to advance the safety of surgical patients in those settings and the ways in which they relate to safety initiatives, past and present, in the developed world.

Anesthesiology 2016 Ellison Pierce Lecture with Slide Presentation
Slide presentation by from Alexander A. Hannenberg, M.D. discusses the risks of anesthesia and surgery in low resource settings, the opportunities to advance the safety of surgical patients in those settings and the ways in which they relate to safety initiatives, past and present, in the developed world.

 

Anesthesiology 2016 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture: On the Road to Professionalism
David Chestnut, M.D.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN
Dr. Chestnut discusses challenges in defining, teaching, encouraging and maintaining professionalism in the practice of anesthesiology. Personal attributes, commitments, behaviors, interactions and influences that are important to the development and maintenance of physician professionalism are discussed.

Anesthesiology 2016 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture with Slide Presentation
Slide presentation by David Chestnut, M.D. that discusses challenges in defining, teaching, encouraging and maintaining professionalism in the practice of anesthesiology. Personal attributes, commitments, behaviors, interactions and influences that are important to the development and maintenance of physician professionalism are discussed.

 

Anesthesiology 2016 John W. Severinghaus Lecture: Lost in Translation
Daniel I. Sessler, M.D.
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
This lecture discusses things that matter: when surgical patients die, what kills them, and how anesthesia can reduce major complications and mortality. And examines factors that slow progression of new knowledge from bench to bedside — and how basic scientists, clinical investigators and clinicians can speed the process.

Anesthesiology 2016 Anesthesiology 2016 John W. Severinghaus Lecture with Slide Presentation
Slides from Daniel I. Sessler, M.D. lecture discusses things that matter: when surgical patients die, what kills them, and how anesthesia can reduce major complications and mortality. And examines factors that slow progression of new knowledge from bench to bedside — and how basic scientists, clinical investigators and clinicians can speed the process.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2015

 

Anesthesiology 2015 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture: Without Science There is Little Art in Anesthesiology
James C. Eisenach, M.D.
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
Carol Cassella, M.D.
The best physicians are lifelong learners of science, and also honest, compassionate communicators. This lecture focuses on how you can apply practical approaches to better learn and represent science while closely listening to and communicating with those in your care.

Anesthesiology 2015 John W. Severinghaus Translational Science Lecture: Disruptive Technology in Anesthesiology
Steven L. Shafer, M.D.
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Anesthesiology was founded on most disruptive technology imaginable: rendering the human brain reversibly insensible. In the decades after ether we continuously introduced disruptive technology: local anesthesia, fluid therapy, new classes of drugs and endotracheal intubation. Modern critical care can be traced directly to a disruptive invention by John Severinghaus: the blood gas machine.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2014

 

Anesthesiology 2014 Opening Session
Michael O’Connor, M.D., John P. Abenstein, M.D., Jane C. K. Fitch, M.D., Mark Warner, M.D., Zeev Kain, M.D., M.B.A., Louisiana Governor Piyush "Bobby" Jindal
The presentation discusses characteristics of innovations in health care that reduce costs and improve quality and accessibility; differences between an integrated vs. modular approach to innovation; and common barriers to disruptive innovation in health care.

Anesthesiology 2014 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture: Health Care at the Crossroads: The Imperative for Change
Karen B. Domino, M.D., M.P.H.
The presentation discusses characteristics of innovations in health care that reduce costs and improve quality and accessibility, differences between an integrated vs. modular approach to innovation, and common barriers to disruptive innovation in health care.

Anesthesiology 2014 John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science: Basic Science to Clinical Practice: The Tale of Long-Acting Opioids
Evan D. Kharasch, M.D., Ph.D.
Opioids such as methadone provide long-lasting relief of acute, perioperative, chronic and cancer pain, and are pivotal to anesthesia practice. Yet with the increase in use, there has been a terrifying increase in untoward events. Only recently has there been a better understanding of methadone pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and pharmacogenetics. This lecture tells the story of how these clinical problems were studied in the basic science laboratory, how the insights gained were then verified in clinical trials, and how this new knowledge can guide clinical practice to improve clinical outcome and guide practice.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2013

 

Anesthesiology 2013 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture - Winning the War
John B. Neeld, Jr., M.D.
Responding to the economic reality that our nation cannot sustain ever-increasing health care costs and the need to provide best quality anesthesia care to an aging and growing population in an era of a continuing shortage of anesthesiologists, ASA has promoted the anesthesiologist-led anesthesia care team as the best model for 21st century care.
Rather than embrace the physician-led model of care and its record of patient safety and quality, the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) has undertaken aggressive efforts in legislative and regulatory arenas in state capitals and Washington, D.C., with the goal of achieving a dismantling of the physician-led model of care. AANA and the nursing community are joined in these efforts by powerful and well-organized allies, including other advanced practice nurse (APN) organizations and a coalition including the American Hospital Association, AARP and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which has assisted in funding APN coalition branches in every state. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) intervened in this debate through its actions targeting several state administrative agencies and legislatures, and Congress intervened through Section 2706 of the Public Health Service Act, the "Non-discrimination in health care" provision of the PPACA law.
The only effective counter to these efforts is definitive proof of the value anesthesiologists bring to patient care, and proof of our value demands current and valid outcome studies. Dr. Neeld will review the efforts of AANA, the economic imperative to reduce the rate of the rise of health care expenditures, the existing outcome studies in the specialty and a call for ASA to fund well designed, scientifically valid outcome studies to prove the value anesthesiologists bring to patient care.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2012

 

Anesthesiology 2012 Emery A. Rovenstine Lecture: Safety in Numbers: The Genesis, Development, and Future of ASA Practice Parameters
Jeffrey L. Apfelbaum, M.D.
University of Chicago Medical Center and the Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Since 1992, practice parameters created by ASA have been useful references for optimizing patient care. They are among the most sought-after documents in anesthesiology and medicine. Dr. Apfelbaum discusses the history, future and benefit of ASA practice parameters.

Anesthesiology 2012 Awards Presentation
Jerry A. Cohen, M.D., President of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, introduces the 2012 ASA Officers.
2012 ASA Excellence in Research Award – Ralph Lydic, Ph.D.; 2012 ASA James E. Cottrell, M.D., Presidential Scholar Award – Peter Nagele, M.D.; 2012 ASA Distinguished Service Award - Jeffrey Apfelbaum, M.D.

Anesthesiology 2012 Awards - ASA Distinguished Service Award
Jeffrey Apfelbaum, M.D.
Dr. Apfelbaum speaks about the inspirations in his work, his family, and his mentors.

 

ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2011

 

Anesthesiology 2011 Opening Session
Atul Gawande, M.D.
A Harvard surgeon, New York Times best-selling author and one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people, Dr. Gawande is a universally recognized leader in patient safety. As a tireless advocacy for patient-focused improvements in health care, Dr. Gawande shares insights generated by writing The Checklist Manifesto, including the critical importance of simple checklists, the value of teamwork and the important role that anesthesiologists play inside and outside of the operating room.

Anesthesiology 2011 Emery A. Rovenstine Memorial Lecture: Leading Into the Future
Patricia A. Kapur, M.D.
University of California, Los Angeles
Dr. Kapur's professional interests have spanned cardiac anesthesiology, ambulatory anesthesiology and operating room management. In this lecture, she addresses the issue of leadership that affects all anesthesiologists: "Where should we position ourselves as leaders in the health care delivery systems of the 21st century?"

Anesthesiology 2011 John W. Severinghaus Lecture: Consciousness, Sleep and Anesthesia
Giulio Tononi, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Tononi is a psychiatrist and neuroscientist who, with collaborators, has pioneered several complementary approaches to study sleep. This research has led to the synaptic homeostasis hypothesis. According to the hypothesis, wakefulness leads to a net increase in synaptic strength, and sleep is necessary to reestablish synaptic homeostasis. The hypothesis has implications for understanding the effects of sleep deprivation and for developing novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to sleep disorders and neuropsychiatric disorders.

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