The Emergency Department Benchmarking Alliance

Effectively managing an Emergency Department (ED), especially in this time of tremendous service pressure and rapid change, is one of the most challenging jobs in health care today. ED managers across the country tend to share similar problems and interests, and in essence speak a common language which is not understood well by those outside the specialty. One of the best parts of EDBA membership is being connected to others within this world, and being connected with new skill sets and concepts which can help address these specific issues.

There could not be a better time to focus energy on the Emergency Department, at a time when so many citizens are relying on a site of excellent unscheduled health care. 

 

Innovations in Emergency Department Management 2019

Join Us for Our 14th Annual Conference!

The focus of the 2019 Innovations in Emergency Department Management Conference will be on leadership, management, operations, logistics, strategic planning and healthcare reform. This three-day immersion into the challenges of running an ED will provide you and your leadership team with the tools and techniques to create a world-class emergency department. You’ll hear from “been there, done that” experts who have created successful practices in the ever-changing world of emergency medicine.

Corey Slovis, MD
Keynote Speaker

Medical Director, Vanderbilt University Emergency Department
2018 Recipient, ACEP Outstanding Contribution in Education Award

Dr. Slovis is the Chairman of Emergency Medicine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. In addition, he is the Medical Director of the Nashville Fire Department and the Nashville International Airport. In 2018 Dr. Slovis was the recipient of the ACEP Outstanding Contribution in Education Award recognizing his many years of extraordinary work in advancing the cause of evidence-based medical education. In recognition of his contributions to EMS, the Corey M. Slovis Award for Excellence in Education was created in 2008 by the U.S. Metropolitan Municipalities EMS Medical Directors Consortium. The Vanderbilt Emergency Department treats over 130,000 patients annually and is a Level 1 trauma center. The department has created a variety of innovative programs to optimize patient care and throughput.

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The Benefits of Membership

The Emergency Department Benchmarking Alliance (EDBA) provides its members with an independent, unbiased database of demographic and performance metrics. This database contains some of the cleanest information in the business.  One of the best parts of EDBA membership is being connected to others within this world, and being connected with new skill sets and concepts which can help address these specific issues.

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EDBA Performance Measures

Each year, EDBA produces an unparalleled report and hosts a webinar to highlight Emergency Department Performance Measures. The webinar presents the findings from the operating statistics for over 1,100 Emergency Departments and 40 million patient visits. The information presented assists our members in assessing their Emergency Department operations, which leads to improved quality medical care and patient satisfaction.
 
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