This course focuses on patient-centered preoperative education and care for optimization before metabolic and bariatric surgery. Topics to include MBSAQIP standards for optimal outcomes, nutrition education, and access to care.
- Discuss key components of a thorough preoperative psychological evaluation.
- Identify potential barriers for access to care for the person with obesity.
- Examine shared medical visits as an option to expedite patient care in the preoperative process.
Lynnita A Montague-Daddio, MSN APRN CBN
MBSAQIP-Standards and Pathways for Optimal Outcomes
Marci M Parker, LDN RD
Can I Still Have Jambalaya? Patient Centered Nutritional
Counseling-Cultural, Food Preferences and More
Lillian Craggs-Dino, DHA RDN LDN
Pre-op Departure Checklist: Ins and Outs of the Patient “To Do” List
Carah D Horn, MBA-HCA BSN RN CBN
Pushing Through Bottle Necks With Shared Medical Visits
Deb Allis, PA-C MBA
Unknown Cargo-Key Components of a Behavior Health Evaluation
Clinton S Bolton, III, PhD
Big Easy Debate: Let’s Talk Insurance Mandated Medical Weight Loss
Amanda Perron, RDN
Stuck at the Dock: Panel Discussion on Access to Care Issues
Lynnita A Montague-Daddio, MSN APRN CBN; Marci M Parker, LDN RD; Carah D Horn, MBA-HCA BSN RN CBN; Amanda Perron, RDN; Deb Allis, PA-C MBA