CME: Total Joint Arthroplasty in the Ambulatory Setting

The number of hip and knee joint replacement surgeries performed in an outpatient setting is expected to grow 73% from approximately 1.1 million today to approximately 1.9 million by 2026. There will be a significant migration of these cases from the inpatient to the outpatient setting.

Join us for a free one-day CME seminar to learn about the various components needed to successfully manage the transition from inpatient to ambulatory surgery. 

Attendees will learn about the important role of the surgeon champion, the innovative anesthesiologist, and the motivated patient. This knowledge will help surgical teams reduce costs, improve the patient experience, and lower the risk for healthcare acquired infections.

Course Chairman: Ritesh Shah, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon of the Illinois Bone & Joint Institute

Keynote Speaker: Richard A. Berger, MD, Associate Professor at Rush University Medical Center

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