The Mount Sinai Medical Center to Host HealthLeaders Media Rounds on July 18th, Focused on Excellence in Cardiac Care

Press Releases, June 21, 2012

HealthLeaders Media, a division of HCPro, Inc., today announced that The Mount Sinai Medical Center will host the latest installment in a series of HealthLeaders Media Rounds at its New York City campus on July 18, 2012, from Noon to 3 p.m. Eastern Time.

The live event, "Excellence in Cardiac Care: Elements of Success from The Mount Sinai Medical Center," will consist of a unique three-hour case study into the reinvention of one of the top cardiovascular enterprises in the U.S. The simulcast event, which can be attended either in person or by logging into a live webcast, will feature the hospital's most senior executives.

"Hospital executives nationwide have struggled with the daunting challenge of how to balance the latest in advanced cardiovascular treatment with market growth," said Jim Molpus, Strategic Relationships Director at HealthLeaders Media. "The cardiovascular team at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York has reinvented their cardiovascular program and has climbed up the national rankings dramatically in recent years. Success has followed a focus on a team approach to cardiovascular care and a strategy built on world-renowned centers."

Speakers for the event include: Wayne Keathley, President and COO, The Mount Sinai Hospital; David H. Adams, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery and Program Director of Mount Sinai's Mitral Valve Repair Reference Center; Samin K. Sharma, M.D., Director of Clinical Cardiology and President of the Mount Sinai Heart Network; Jagat Narula, M.D., Director of Cardiovascular Imaging, The Mount Sinai Hospital; and Catherine Bingham, N.P., Specialty Coordinator and Nurse Practitioner for Cardiothoracic Surgery.

The speakers will share from the knowledge they accumulated in the rebuilding of cardiovascular excellence at one of the world's most respected medical centers, including:

  • Leadership and best practices of a Reference Valve Center
  • 10 steps to creating a high-volume, high-quality interventional cardiology program
  • Changing the paradigm for cardiovascular imaging, from examination to advanced studies
  • A scenario planning view of a cardiovascular clinical service line

Event attendees will also receive a free copy of a new research case study regarding The Mount Sinai Medical Center's successful redevelopment of its cardiology program, which was just published by HealthLeaders Media. For more information about the event or to download the free case study, please go to http://www.healthleadersmedia.com/rounds/.

HealthLeaders Media Rounds provide healthcare leaders with access to in-depth insights, analysis and recommendations on specific challenges facing the industry. Using a case study format, Rounds events feature an array of leaders from host facilities who collectively share insights on how they have accomplished a particular initiative. This wide-angle view provides healthcare leaders with the ability to incorporate real-world solutions learned from the event into their own systems.