About the Forum
Triage is the first critical point of contact for patients in the emergency department. Join us for a collaborative and engaging conversation discussing the state of health care, a triage best practice didactic with real-world applications, and a medico-legal panel discussion that will give you a fresh, energized evidence and case-based toolkit to reinvigorate your personal practice approach to triage no matter the state of your emergency department.
Live from Houston with a live-stream for virtual attendees.
Grazia Italian Kitchen – Pearland
9415 Broadway Street, Suite 103
Pearland, TX 77584
Registered attendees will receive an email notification 24 hours before the IES Clinical Integration Forum begins. Lectures start promptly at 6:00PM Central Standard Time; please log in 15-20 minutes before the lecture begins to ensure a good connection for the presentation. Early arrival at this virtual education event will allow sufficient time to troubleshoot audio or visual technical issues.
To obtain Education Attendance credit for QSP, Physicians and APPs must complete a minimum of 4-hours of attendance at an IES-sponsored education event per year.
**Education Attendance for QSP applies to select locations. Contact your site practice administrator to confirm if this applies to your site.
|6:00PM||The State of Healthcare||Nick Zenarosa, MD, FACEP|
Founder and Chairman, IES
|6:30PM||Triage: Stories of Tribulation and Triumph in the Emergency Department||Elizabeth Sowell, MD, FACEP|
Emergency Department Medical Director, CHI St. Luke’s – The Vintage
Rahul Salooja, MD
Elizabeth Fagan, MD, FAEMS, FACEP
Marcus Sims II, DO, FACEP
Elizabeth Newkirk, PA-C, MEd
Jason Case, RN
|7:30PM||The Never Event: Medico-legal Risk Mitigation in Triage||Matt Innes |
General Counsel, IES
Casey C. Campbell
- Discuss the current state of healthcare and the changes on the horizon.
- Review the core components of emergency department triage best practices utilizing a didactic case-based discussion of common emergency department triage and departmental throughput core issues impacting patients’ timely and quality care.
- Discuss how current IES Physicians, APPs, and hospital nursing partners have implemented triage best practice strategies to improve the quality of patient care in their emergency departments.
- Review the current medico-legal landscape surrounding triage “never events” and front-end best practices.