Overview and Target Audience:
During this session attendees will learn the history of MBSAQIP, important changes to the MBSAQIP standards, site visit best practices, data specifics of MBSAQIP. Ample time will be provided for question/answers between the participants as well as the MBSAQIP staff & MBSAQIP surgeon leaders who will serve as the content experts for this course.
Target Audience: MBSCRs, Quality Department leaders, MBS Coordinators, MBS Directors, MB Surgeons
- Discuss the evolution of data from MBSAQIP & how it has driven safety & efficacy efforts in metabolic & bariatric surgery.
- Review the history of MBSAQIP over the course of the past 5 years.
- Describe the necessary components of documentation & preparing a center for a successful site visit.
Welcome & Discussion of MBSAQIP's History with ACS & ASMBS
John Morton, MD
MBSAQIP: How Has the Data Evolved?
Anthony Petrick, MD FACS FASMBS
MBSAQIP: How Have the Standards Evolved?
Wayne English, MD
MBSAQIP: How Have Site Visits Evolved?
David Provost, MD FACS FASMBS
MBSAQIP: How Has the Bar on Quality Been Raised?
Stacy Brethauer, MD FACS FASMBS
Why I've Been a Surgeon Site Reviewer Since the Inception of MBSAQIP
John W Baker, MD
What's Next for MBSAQIP?
Teresa Fraker, MS RN
Closing & Q&A by Committee for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery (CMBS) Surgeon Leadership
John Morton, MD; Wayne English, MD; Matthew Hutter, MD MPH; Stacy Brethauer, MD FACS FASMBS; Anthony Petrick, MD FACS FASMBS; David Provost, MD FACS FASMBS