Renal Roundtable Series: Kidney Transplant & Outcomes Measurement

This unique dinner series provides a networking opportunity among colleagues in the field of nephrology, compelling presentations by thought leaders in chronic kidney disease, and an opportunity for group discussion following the presentation.
 
This program is intended for physicians (all specialties and primary care) and nurse practitioners. Free for attendees, complimentary dinner. Space is limited, registration is required. Please CLICK HERE to register to attend.

Session 4:
Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at 5:30pm
Topic: Kidney Transplant and Outcomes Measurement
Presenter: Jesse Schold, PhD, Director of Outcomes Research in Kidney Transplantation, Cleveland Clinic
Location: McCormick & Schmick’s, 8100 East Union Avenue, Denver CO 80202
(Complimentary Meal provided by NKF)

Program Objectives

  • Review Program-Specific Reports (PSRs) and Cumulative Sum (CUSUM) reports issued by SRTR
  • Discuss transplant center responses to PSR flags
  • Explore how transplant centers can use CUSUM reports to improve patient outcomes
  • Compare and contrast outcomes measurements within PSRs and CUSUM reports

Jesse Schold, PhD, Director of Outcomes Research in Kidney Transplantation, Cleveland Clinic

Jesse Schold, PhD, is Director of Outcomes Research for the Kidney and Kidney/Pancreas Transplant program and has a joint appointment in the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Schold’s research interest include development and impact of quality metrics for healthcare providers, health services research, disparities in access to healthcare and statistical and epidemiological methods. Author of over 130 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts; Dr. Schold is a primary and co-investigator on grants from the National Institute of Health.

Sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact danielle.percival@kidney.org or 720-748-9991 ext. 453 for questions.

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Tue, 01/15/2019 - 5:30pm