COAP 23rd Annual Meeting: Breaking Down Silos



MARK YOUR CALENDAR for the Cardiac Care Outcomes Assessment Program (COAP) Annual Meeting:

June 12, 2019

Please assemble your multi-disciplinary team and join COAP and colleagues from across the region to discuss 2018 in data, share best practices, and debate critical issues in cardiac care.

Our theme for this year’s annual meeting is Breaking Down Silos. We’ll explore the critical roles that communication and multidisciplinary collaboration play in delivering quality health care, and learn how payers perceive value and view their role in quality. Cardiac surgeons and interventional cardiologists from across the region will participate in a heart team discussion, conducting case reviews and discussing best options for treatment. Dr. John Berwick will launch our first Foundation-wide Health Improvement Campaign, a regional effort that will work across clinical areas to target the opioid crisis. This launch will be followed by a panel of local physicians and regional experts discussing the treatment of patients with endocarditis, and pain management prescribing practices. Our keynote address will focus on health care innovations–the benefits, challenges, and pathways to solutions. And finally, COAP will launch a new performance recognition program, recognizing and awarding top performing sites in both PCI and cardiac surgery.  We look forward to seeing you in June!

NOTE: New with your COAP fees in 2019, FHCQ is offering every COAP member site two free registrations to our annual meeting. This replaces the group rate for groups of 5 or more. Please email Jeannie Collins-Brandon (link below) to register your two free members. All additional members can be registered online at the individual rate.  Please bring your full team!

View the full meeting agenda here.

For questions contact Jeannie Collins-Brandon, COAP Program Director

Register Here

7:30am – 4:30pm | The Conference Center at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport | 17801 International Blvd., Seattle WA 98158