- Assess the epidemic’s impact on our work and consider successful strategies to withstand its impact.
- Discuss ambulatory surgery centers as an option to continue bariatric surgery despite inpatient bed and staffing shortages.
- Evaluate best practices for outpatient bariatric surgery.
- Learn how to maximize personal financial health and that of your business.
- Gather with colleagues for support and advice as we chart a course forward.
Positives and negatives of COVID19 on bariatric surgery practices
Shawn Garber, MD
How to get your hospital to pay their fair share!
Paul Kemmeter, MD FACS
I survived by minimizing overhead
Colleen Kennedy, MD MBA FASMBS
Just get as many patients as possible to surgery (Pfeiffer) vs. Maximize billing of all kinds on each patient (Seger)
Joshua Pfeiffer, MD; Michael Seger, MD
The need for surgical centers as a revenue source
Daniel Cottam, MD
How to set up and run a successful ASC
Bo Neichoy, MD
Maximizing patient safety doing same-day surgery
Peter Billing, MD FACS
Titus Duncan, MD
Emma Patterson, MD FRCSC FACS
How do I get that approved?
Helmuth Billy, MD
Pluses and minuses of telemedicine
Paul Enochs, MD FASMBS
Exit opportunities: planning for your retirement
Naveen Ballem, MD
How to market and grow your practice
Matthew Weiner, MD
Medical weight loss should be part of your practice (Lofton) vs. I’m doing less MWL than I used to…by choice (Kurian)
Holly Lofton, MD; Marina Kurian, MD FASMBS
Partnering with a private equity firm VS.
Josh Roller, MD
Rami Lutfi, MD FASMBS
Are online patient care and engagement platforms worth the cost?
Michael Snyder, MD
How to have an “academic” private practice
Benjamin Clapp, MD
“I get knocked down, but I get up again” Round Table Panel
Rachel Moore, MD FASMBS; Paul Kemmeter, MD FACS; Helmuth Billy, MD; Benjamin Clapp, MD