Dale Carrison, DO, FACEP, FACOEP

By | Press Releases
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Dr. Dale Carrison continues to be a driving force in this community as Chief of Staff at University Medical Center as well as numerous accomplishments he contributes in the area of emergency medicine. Carrison understands that healthcare is far more than simply prescribing medications and performing procedures but connecting with patients and colleagues to create a positive environment and higher level of quality care.

Dr. Carrison cares for patients in UMC’s Trauma Center and Adult Emergency Department. He serves in a host of other capacities including roles with the UNLV School of Medicine, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the Nevada Commission on Homeland Security, the Southern Nevada Health District, and the Governor’s Health and Wellness Council. Additionally, he works as the Medical Director for Burning Man, the Electric Daisy Carnival, and the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Medicine was not Dr. Carrison’s first career path. He initially started his career in law enforcement; first in the Sheriff’s Department and later as an agent with the FBI. Carrison’s focus has always been on helping people; this is why at the age of 45 he switched from law enforcement to healthcare and entered into medical school.

Dr. Carrison is a role model in our healthcare community through his continued advocacy on important issues including mental health and those less fortunate. He inspires current and future physicians in our community each day to improve healthcare in Southern Nevada.

Charles Bernick, MD, MPH

By | Press Releases

Dr. Charles Bernick has been a pioneer in the research and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease in Nevada and nationally. As a physician with the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, Dr. Bernick has also spearheaded the study of CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, as well as the long-term impact of concussions and repetitive head trauma in contact sports.

Bernick moved to Las Vegas in 1994 to join the then University of Nevada School of Medicine. After his arrival, he soon crafted and implemented a statewide network for Alzheimer’s diseases care. This was not an easy task considering Nevada’s continued diverse spectrum of urban and rural areas, especially in the mid-1990s. Dr. Bernick addressed this through his innovative approach to telemedicine that allowed patients to stay in their community while still receiving specialty brain care via video conference.
Through his continual work on CTE, he has served since 2011 as the principal investigator of Cleveland Clinic’s Professional Fighters Brain Health Study, looking at over 700 active and retired boxers and mixed martial artists. The Nevada State Athletic Commission uses one of the study’s assessments to evaluate its fighters. For this work, the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame honored Dr. Bernick in 2014 with a special achievement award.

Dr. Bernick also serves as a member of the UNLV School of Community Health advisory board and on the board of directors of Nevada Senior Services. He also donates his clinical services as a neurology consultant to Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada.

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Nevada Hospitals and Nursing Homes Receive HealthInsight Quality Award

By | Awards, Recognition

Annual Recognition Encourages Excellence Through Accountability

Three hospitals and six nursing homes in Nevada were honored Sept. 7 for their high performance in quality care measures and patient satisfaction. 

HealthInsight, a nonprofit, community-based health care collaborative working to improve health and health care for patients and providers, presented the 2016 HealthInsight Quality Award to the recipients at Focus on the Future: Partnering for a Healthier Tomorrow, an inaugural health care conference held at Harveys Convention Center in South Lake Tahoe.

HealthInsight Quality Award hospital recipients are selected based on their performance on inpatient and outpatient process of care measures, a national survey of patients’ experience of hospital care (HCAHPS) and 30-day hospital wide readmissions (HWR). The data is combined into a single weighted composite score. Hospitals at or above the 75th percentile nationally on this combined ranking receive the award.

HealthInsight Quality Award nursing home recipients had to rank in the top 25 percent of performers in the nation, based on MDS 3.0 Quality Measures from Nursing Home Compare, as well as demonstrate a successfully implemented quality improvement program in their facilities.

“We are extremely pleased to be able to recognize these hospitals and nursing homes from across the state for their excellence in performance and commitment to person-centered care,” said Deborah Huber, HealthInsight Nevada’s executive director. “This level of achievement requires strong leadership and a dedication to quality by all members of the health care team.”

The 2016 HealthInsight Quality Award hospital recipients are Mesa View Regional Hospital in Mesquite, Renown South Meadows Medical Center in Reno and Banner Churchill Community Hospital in Fallon.

The nursing home recipients are Highland Manor of Mesquite in Mesquite, Silver Hills Health Care Center and Horizon Health and Rehabilitation Center in Las Vegas, Nevada State Veterans Home in Boulder City, Carson Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Carson City, and Life Care Center of Reno in Reno. 

For more information on how your facility compares to others in the country, visit www.healthinsight.org. More hospital and nursing home quality data is available by visiting www.medicare.gov or by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).

About HealthInsight

HealthInsight is a recognized leader in convening and partnering with our communities to improve health and health care by advancing quality, efficiency and value for patients and providers. HealthInsight serves as a catalyst, using collaborative efforts to facilitate and promote the quality and safety of health care to achieve improved outcomes and value for all residents. Learn more at www.healthinsight.org.  

This material was prepared by HealthInsight, the Medicare Quality Innovation Network -Quality Improvement Organization for Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Utah, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The contents presented do not necessarily reflect CMS policy. 11SOW-CORP-16-63-NV


Desert Springs Hospital Offers First-of-its-kind Naturally Dissolving Heart Stent

By | Innovation

Recently approved by FDA, Absorb bioresorbable vascular scaffold opens clogged arteries to restore blood flow, then gradually dissolves in the bodyreducing the risk of future blockages that can occur with metal stents 

 The interventional cardiology team at Desert Springs Hospital is the first hospital in Nevada to offer patients with coronary artery disease a new treatment option that literally disappears over time.

Rafael Valencia, MD, an interventional cardiologist with Nevada Heart and Vascular, implanted a patient today with the world’s first FDA-approved dissolving heart stent. The Absorb bioresorbable vascular scaffold is a major advance in the treatment of coronary artery disease, which affects 15 million people in the United States and remains a leading cause of death worldwide despite decades of therapeutic advances.

While stents are traditionally made of metal, Abbott’s Absorb stent is made of a naturally dissolving material, similar to dissolving sutures. Absorb disappears completely[1] in about 3 years, after it has done its job of keeping a clogged artery open and promoting healing of the treated artery segment. By contrast, metal stents are permanent implants.

To ensure optimal patient selection and implant technique, Desert Spring Hospital’s interventional cardiology team underwent extensive training on the new device.

Said Dr. Valencia, “It was a privilege to be given the opportunity to be part of the first interventional cardiology team in Southern Nevada to implant the new, fully bioresorbable Absorb coronary stent. Today is a great example of how our medical community, in particular the physicians of Nevada Heart and Vascular Center  and the dedicated cardiovascular staff at Desert Springs Hospital, in partnership with leading health industry companies can deliver innovative and advanced  cardiac care to patients in Southern Nevada. 

“This technology promises to be a great addition to the treatment options we can offer our patients to improve their health and well-being.”

The use of a new stent is one of several new devices and technology recently added to the hospital’s extensive cardiovascular services program.  Earlier this year, it was the first hospital in Nevada to offer patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (AF) an alternative to long-term warfarin (blood thinner) medication with the newly approved WATCHMAN Left Atrial Appendage Closure (LAAC) Implant.  In 2015, the hospital’s electrophysiology lab began using Stereotaxis Epoch technology, which uses magnets to navigate catheters inside the heart during diagnostic and ablation procedures. By using this technology, patients are exposed to less radiation while undergoing EP procedures. It also minimizes the risk of complications, like perforation, and increases procedural success in treating complex arrhythmias like atrial fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia and other rhythm disorders of the heart.

[1]Absorb dissolves except for two pairs of tiny metallic markers that remain in the artery to enable a physician to see where the device was placed.  

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UMC Lions Burn Care Center Receives Prestigious Verification

By | Acute Care Facilities/Hospitals, Recognition

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center recently became one of only a few hospitals in the nation to be verified as a Burn Center by the American Burn Association and the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons. This achievement recognizes the UMC Lions Burn Care Center’s commitment to providing patients with the highest level of burn care.

“The UMC Lions Burn Care Center has truly earned its reputation as a trusted leader in adult and pediatric burn care,” said UMC Lions Burn Care Center Medical Director Dr. Jay Coates. “Our recent verification as a Burn Center reflects our team’s steadfast dedication to providing the excellent care our patients deserve.”

As of April 8, 2016, only 67 organizations in the U.S. had received Burn Center verification, according to information published by the American Burn Association.

Established jointly by the American College of Surgeons and the American Burn Association in 1995, the Burn Center Verification/Consultation Program for Hospitals promotes the development of burn centers in which participants provide the hospital resources necessary for optimal care of burn patients. This spectrum of care extends from the pre-hospital phase through the rehabilitation process.

In addition to the verification as an Adult and Pediatric Burn Center, the UMC Lions Burn Care Center also recently introduced the UMC Burn Consult mobile app, which allows physicians throughout Nevada and surrounding states to easily transmit photos to UMC’s burn surgeons within seconds and receive consultations. Provided as a complimentary service to all physicians who might treat burn patients, the HIPAA-compliant app offers valuable treatment information from burn specialists for improved patient outcomes across the region. UMC invites physicians to contact Burn Program Manager Mary Martinat, RN at 702-671-1087 or mary.martinat@umcsn.com to complete a simple registration process for the app, which is available on iPhone and Android devices.

Established in 1968, the UMC Lions Burn Care Center serves as the only burn care center in Nevada, providing inpatient and outpatient care to Nevada residents and individuals from surrounding states.

About UMC

UMC offers the highest level of care in Nevada, providing a wide range of exclusive and specialized health care services to community members and visitors. UMC is home to Nevada’s only Level I Trauma Center, only Designated Pediatric Trauma Center, only Burn Care Center and only Center for Transplantation. Children’s Hospital of Nevada at UMC serves as the state’s only hospital to be recognized and accepted as an associate member of the Children’s Hospital Association. Offering highly skilled physicians, nurses and staff members supported by the latest, cutting-edge technology, UMC and Children’s Hospital of Nevada continue to build upon their shared reputation for providing Nevada’s highest level of care. In support of its mission to serve as the premier academic health center, UMC is the anchor partner for the new UNLV School of Medicine. For more information, please visit www.umcsn.com and www.chnv.org.

Chronic Disease: What Are You Going To Do About It?

By | Consumer, Member News

As the United States heads into the final stretch of a very long election season, Nevadans need to make sure that candidates and the media focus on issues that matter to our daily lives.  Certainly, health care and the policies that candidates are proposing to address health care need to be a vital part of the discussion.

To that end, the Nevada Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD) is working with its many partner groups to encourage Nevadans to ask candidates what they plan to do to address chronic diseases.  Using television, radio, newspaper, and outdoor advertising–along with participating in health fairs and engaging in other grassroots activities–the Nevada PFCD is working to bring the issue into the forefront of the political dialogue.  The PFCD’s message highlights the importance of addressing chronic disease in health care policies and the major impact that chronic diseases have on our lives, our health care spending and our productivity.

Over half of all Nevadans have at least one chronic disease and nearly 700,000 have more than one.  Chronic diseases account for seven out of ten deaths in our state and 86 cents of every dollar spent on health care costs.  And the problem is getting worse every year.  For example, right now, projections are that one in three first graders will develop diabetes during their lifetime.

Yet the news is not all bad.  The Nevada PFCD released a study showing that simple changes in lifestyles and a focus on prevention and developing new treatments could save nearly 11,000 Nevada lives every year and cut spending on health care in our state by $55 billion over the next 15 years.  Health care policies that work to encourage prevention, medical breakthroughs, and providing treatment options are a major part of the cure.

Chronic conditions like diabetes, cancer, and heart disease impact every one of us, whether we suffer from one of those conditions or a loved one does.  Given the impact of chronic disease on all Nevadans, we should be able to expect candidates to address the issue before they ask for our vote.

The Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease is a nonpartisan group and does not support any specific candidate or political party.  As Chairman Dr. Ken Thorpe noted, the purpose of the national and state organizations is to “command the attention of our elected leaders to the spectrum of issues that chronic disease presents and to advocate for policies that will bridge gaps in health care and create opportunities that promote and enable better overall health for our population.”

The Nevada PFCD and its partner organizations will be working hard on all fronts this election season to ensure candidates address health care in a meaningful way.  But advertising and advocacy campaigns won’t work without the vocal support of voters.

So the next time a candidate or a campaign knocks on your door or calls to ask you for your vote, join us by asking in return, “What do you plan to do to fight chronic disease?”

Larry Matheis is a co-chair of the Nevada Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease and the Executive Director of the Nevada Medical Center, a nonprofit corporation established to improve the health of Nevadans and Nevada’s health care system by promoting and supporting collaboration and cooperation in the medical community and establishing performance metrics and health indicators to identify priorities and measure community success. He served as Executive Director of the Nevada State Medical Association from 1988-2013.

Health Care Leaders to Speak at Nevada Health Care Forum in Las Vegas

By | Events, Healthcare Events

Organizers of the Nevada Health Care Forum, the largest gathering of health care professionals in the state, announced that dozens of the nation’s leading health care industry executives and officials will gather at the ninth annual event on Oct. 4 at the Tuscany Suites and Casino to discuss pertinent health care issues related to Nevadans.

The event’s featured speakers include:

  • Jeff Bauer, Health Futurist and Medical Economist
  • Kassi Belz, President, MassMedia
  • Marc Bennett, President/Chief Executive Officer for HealthInsight
  • Travis Broome, Executive Director, Policy Lead, Aledade, Inc
  • Bill Butcher, Vice President/General Manager for CareMore Health Plan of Nevada
  • Katheen Fraser, Executive Director, CMSA
  • Anders Gilberg, Senior Vice President, MGMA Government Affairs
  • Tracey Green, Chief Medical Officer, Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
  • Richard L. Gundling, CMA, vice president of HealthCare Financial Management Association
  • Ed Lamb, FACHE Western Division President, IASIS Healthcare
  • Todd Lefkowitz, Senior Vice President, Managed Care Operations and Network Development, HealthCare Partners Nevada
  • Fred Olmstead, General Counsel, Nevada State Board of Nursing
  • Catherine O’Mara, Executive Director, Nevada State Medical Association
  • James Oscarson, Director, Community Relations at Desert View Hospital, Pahrump, Nevada
  • Adam Rudd, Chief Executive Officer, Southern Hills Hospital
  • Cae Swanger, Chief Information Officer, Healthcare Corporation of America, IT&S
  • Susan VanBuege, Assistant Professor in Residence, University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Nursing
  • Bill Welch, President/CEO, Nevada Hospital Association
  • Patricia Wise, Vice President, Health Information Systems

This year’s forum will focus on a broad range of topics including:

  • National impact of healthcare reform and evolution of the industry
  • Health care quality and nursing care in Nevada
  •  Medicaid expansion
  • Aligning efforts of physicians, hospitals and payers
  • Prescription drug abuse in Nevada

Each year, hundreds of Nevada’s health care leaders gather at the Nevada Health Care Forum to attend panels and discussions about relevant industry topics from prestigious speakers. Attendees span a wide variety of interests and professions related to the health care industry, including providers, employer group and health plan/insurance executives, government officials, students, members of the media and consumers. More than 350 people attended the forum last year. Past speakers have included governors, U.S. senators and representatives, executives of prominent health care companies and policy leaders.

“We are excited for this year’s Nevada Health Care Forum, which is a remarkable opportunity for Nevadans to gain insider knowledge on the current state of the health care industry from national experts,” said Todd Lefkowitz, member of the Nevada Health Care Forum steering committee. “It’s important for those invested in the future of Nevada’s health care to attend and garner insights from a wide variety of respected and knowledgeable health care leaders.”

The organizers of this year’s event include The Nevada Chapters of the American College of Healthcare Executives, Healthcare Financial Management Association, Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society and Nevada Medical Group Management Association, in conjunction with the Clark County Medical Society, Case Management Association of Las Vegas, Nevada Advanced Practice Nurse Association, Nevada Executive Women in Healthcare, Nevada Health Information Management Association, Nevada Nurses Association, Nevada State Board of Nursing, Nevada Organization of Nurse Leaders and Washoe County Medical Society.

The public is invited to attend the Ninth Annual Nevada Health Care Forum. For registration information and prices, visit www.nevadahealthcareforum.com.

For more information, please follow the Nevada Health Care Forum on its Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/NVHealthCareForum, or follow its Twitter account, @NVHealthForum.

About the Nevada Health Care Forum

The Annual Nevada Health Care Forum brings together most of Nevada’s health care leaders covering a broad section of the industry, including providers and provider executives (physicians, nurses, allied health providers); hospital, post-acute care facility and ancillary care provider executives, academia, employer group and health plan/insurance executives, government officials, students, media and consumers of health care. Past speakers include governors, U.S. senators and representatives, CEOs of large hospitals, medical groups and other health care companies, professional health care industry executives, policy leaders and more.

The Forum’s Host and Affiliate Organizations include The Nevada Chapters of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and Nevada Medical Group Management Association (NVMGMA), in conjunction with the Clark County Medical Society, Case Management Association of Las Vegas, Nevada Advanced Practice Nurses Association, Nevada Executive Women in Healthcare, Nevada Health Information Management Association, Nevada Nurses Association, Nevada State Board of Nursing, Nevada Organization of Nurse Leader, and Washoe County Medical Society.

The public is invited to attend. Registration is now open. For registration information and prices, visit www.nevadahealthcareforum.com.

St. Rose Dominican’s Siena Campus Among Best in Southern Nevada

By | Recognition

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican’s Siena campus has been recognized as one of the best regional hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. The Siena Campus received the Best Regional Hospitals ranking for 2016-17 for southern Nevada, the only hospital in the Las Vegas valley to receive the award. This is the first time Siena has received the award. The award was based on receiving high-performing hospital designations for four indicators: COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), heart failure, hip replacement and knee replacement.

Other high-performing designations received by Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican facilities are:

·         Rose de Lima Campus – COPD;

·         San Martín Campus – COPD and heart failure.

The U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, now in their 27th year, help guide patients to hospitals that deliver outstanding care across 25 specialties, procedures and conditions. The Best Hospitals methodologies include objective measures such as patient survival, the number of times a given procedure is performed, infection rates, adequacy of nurse staffing and more.

For 2016-17, 1,628 hospitals received a high performing rating in one or more specialties, procedures or conditions. In rankings by state and metro areas, such as Las Vegas, U.S. News also recognized hospitals that were high-performing across multiple areas of care with the Best Regional Hospitals designation. In 2016-17, 505 hospitals were recognized as Best Regional Hospitals.

“We applaud the efforts of our medical staff and employees,” said Brian Brannman, senior vice president of operations, Dignity Health Nevada. “They work in partnership with our patients, visitor’s and community, to consistently and constantly improve the safety and quality of the care we provide. St. Rose is proud of this recognition.”

“U.S. News evaluates nearly 5,000 hospitals nationwide,” said Ben Harder, chief of health analysis at U.S. News. “A hospital that emerged from our analysis as one of the best has much to be proud of.”

Best Hospitals was produced by U.S. News with RTI International, a leading research organization based in Research Triangle Park, N.C. The rankings will be published in the U.S. News “Best Hospitals 2017” guidebook, available for pre-sale August 1. For more information, visit Best Hospitals and use #BestHospitals on Facebook and Twitter.

About Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican

As the community’s only not-for-profit, religiously sponsored health system, Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican has been guided by the vision and core values of the Adrian Dominican Sisters for more than 65 years. As the Henderson and Las Vegas communities grow, the three St. Rose Dominican hospitals (the Rose de Lima, Siena and San Martín Campuses) and more than 3,400 employees will continue the Sisters’ mission of serving people in need. St. Rose Dominican is a member of the 21-state Dignity Health network of nearly 11,000 physicians, 56,000 employees, and more than 300 care centers, including hospitals, urgent and occupational care, imaging centers, home health, and primary care clinics. For more information, visit our website at strosehospitals.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or our Blog. St. Rose is hiring! To apply for an open position, visit our careers website.

Bob Cooper, CED – Retired, City of Henderson

By | Recognition

Bob Cooper, CED, served as the chief architect for economic development for the City of Henderson and is one of the founders of Las Vegas HEALS. Before his retirement, Bob had nearly 40 years of experience in economic development, business recruitment, local expansions, and business creation/retention around the globe.

Joining the City of Henderson in 1999, Bob immediately went to work ingraining himself in the community and the Chamber of Commerce to bring economic diversity to the area. He was one of the driving forces that put a focus on education and medicine (Eds & Meds) as a catalyst for development.

Using the catalyst and alignment of Eds & Meds, Bob saw the opportunity for expansion of healthcare in the region and with his colleagues founded the Southern Nevada Medical Industry Coalition, which is now Las Vegas HEALS.

Cooper was instrumental in the development of the healthcare sector in the City of Henderson with the recruiting of Roseman University of Health Sciences and Touro University Nevada in the 2000s creating the largest concentration of medical education in Southern Nevada. Bob was also instrumental in the development of the Union Village project that will open later this year with its first tenant. He also was the catalyst behind the strategic business alliance with Korea and the City of Henderson in 2007.

Prior to coming to Southern Nevada, Bob had worked on economic development in other areas of the world and in the United State including CEO/President of five different regional economic organizations in California, Idaho, and Washington

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Southwest Medical Associates Adds 11 New Healthcare Providers

By | New Hires
Dr. Wahida Azimi, DO joins Southwest Medical’s Tenaya Health Care Center (2704 N. Tenaya Way) and works as a hospitalist. Azimi completed her medical training at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pennsylvania and completed her residency at Christiana Care Health Systems in Wilmington, Delaware.

Aaron Bellow, APRN joins Southwest Medical’s Tenaya Health Care Center (2704 N. Tenaya Way) and works in the Home CarePlus division. Bellow completed his medical training at University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas 

Michael Boucher, PA-C joins Southwest Medical’s Eastern Health Care Center (4475 S. Eastern Ave.) and specializes in urgent care. Boucher completed his medical training at Touro University in Henderson, Nevada.

Dr. Carlo Buena, MD joins Southwest Medical’s Montecito Health Care Center (7061 Grand Montecito Pkwy.) and specializes in adult medicine. Buena completed his medical training at University of Santo Tomas College of Medicine and Surgery in Manila, Philippines and completed his residency at East Tennessee State University James H. Quillen College of Medicine in Johnson City, Tennessee.

Dr. Lukasz Chebes, MD joins Southwest Medical’s Oakey Health Care Center (4750 W. Oakey Blvd.) and specializes in pain management. Chebes completed his medical training at Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, Ohio and completed his residency at University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago.

Dr. Michelle Conger, DO joins Southwest Medical’s Tropicana Health Care Center (4835 S. Durango Dr.) and specializes in adult medicine. Conger completed her medical training at the University of Health Sciences in Kansas City, Missouri and completed her residency at Pacific Hospital of Long Beach in California.

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