Silicon Valley UBP

Silicon Valley Right Care University of Best Practices Leadership:

Nirali Vora, MD,  Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Silicon Valley University of Best Practices; Associate Prof., Neurology, School of Medicine, Stanford University; Director, Global Health Neurology; Program Director, Adult Neurology Residency, School of Medicine, Stanford University

Eveline Stock, MD, Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Silicon Valley University of Best Practices; Assistant Prof., Cardiology, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Cardiologist, Cardiovascular Care & Prevention Center, University of California, San Francisco

Stanford Medicine(Hosted at Stanford University)


August 27, 2019

  • Combating the Excess Risk of Diabetes and CVD in South Asians 
    • Cardiometabolic Disease among South Asians: Findings from the MASALA Study
      • Alka Kanaya, MD – Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of California, San Francisco (Presentation: Part 1, Part 2)
    • Success in Santa Clara County: El Camino Hospital South Asian Heart Center
      • César R. Molina, MD, FACC – Cardiologist, Co-founder and Medical Director, South Asian Heart Center, El Camino Hospital (Presentation)
  • Agenda; Bios
  • Videos (Pending upload):

June 25, 2019

  • Early Cardiovascular Detection & A Path To Intervention
    • Groundbreaking Findings from the CARDIA Study & Impact of Coronary Artery Calcium on Young Adults
      • Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH – Director of Research Clinics, Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research (Presentation)
    • Military Perspective: Practical Implementation Strategies for Getting Toward Zero
      • Joseph Sky, MD, FACP, FACC – Chief of Cardiology, Medical Director, Metabolic Clinic and Heart, Lung and Vascular Center, David Grant USAF Medical Center; Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Capital Region University of Best Practices (Presentation)
  • Agenda; Bios
  • Videos:

May 28, 2019

    • Stanford Stroke Center & Stroke Awareness Foundation: Emerging Data, Therapies, and Patient Advocacy
      • Emerging Stroke Data and Therapies: Practical Implementation Strategies and Challenges
        • Gregory Albers, MD – Director, Stanford Stroke Center, Stanford Medical Center; Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University Medical Center (Presentation)
        • Nirali Vora, MD – Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Silicon Valley University of Best Practices; Associate Prof., Neurology, School of Medicine, Stanford University; Director, Global Health Neurology; Program Director, Adult Neurology Residency, School of Medicine, Stanford University
      • Patient Advocacy: Stroke Awareness Foundation
        • Chuck Toeniskoetter, MBA – Survivor & Patient Advocate; Founder, Stroke Awareness Foundation; 2018 Right Care Leadership Award Winner (Presentation)
    • Agenda; Bios
    • Videos: Unavailable

 

April 30, 2019

  • Palo Alto Medical Foundation: Approach & Vision for CVD, Stroke and Diabetes Prevention and Management (Presentation Part 1, Part 2)
      • Edward M. Yu, MD, CMQ, CPPS, CPE – Chief Quality Officer, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
      • Chhavi Mehta, MD – Associate Medical Director of Quality, Palo Alto Medical Foundation
  • Agenda; Bios
  • Videos:

March 26, 2019

  • Leaning Forward in Cardiology with Precision Medicine, Tech and AI
    • Updates from the World of Cardiology
      • Eveline Stock, MD – Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Silicon Valley University of Best Practices; Assistant Prof., Cardiology, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco; Cardiologist, Cardiovascular Care & Prevention Center, University of California, San Francisco (Presentation)
    • Technology and AI in Cardiology
      • Tatyana Kanzaveli – Founder and CEO, Open Health Network (Presentation)
  • Agenda; Bios
  • Videos:

February 26, 2019

  • Atrial Fibrillation’s Crucial Role in Stroke Prevention: New Approaches to Finding and Treating the Vulnerable to Improve Outcomes
    • Why Atrial Fibrillation Matters to Get Toward Zero
      • Nirali Vora, MD – Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative Silicon Valley University of Best Practices; Associate Prof., Neurology, School of Medicine, Stanford University; Director, Global Health Neurology; Program Director, Adult Neurology Residency, School of Medicine, Stanford University (Presentation)
    • Using Technology for Early Detection and Intervention of Atrial Fibrillation
      • Jacqueline Shreibati, MD, MS, FACC – Chief Medical Officer, AliveCor; Cardiologist (Presentation)
  • Agenda; Bios
  • Videos: (Introductions and the beginning of Dr. Vora’s presentation was not able to be recorded due to technical issues)

January 29, 2019

  • Proven Medication Bundling Strategy and Framework for Getting Toward Zero CVD Events
    • Proven Medication Bundling Strategy – ALL/TALL (Video)
      • Jim Dudl, MDALL Champion and Retired Diabetes Lead, Care Management Institute and Community Benefits, Kaiser Permanente (Presentation)
      • Winston Wong, MD, MS Medical Director, Community Benefits, Director, Disparities Improvement and Quality Initiatives, Kaiser Permanente
    • Get Toward Zero Equation and National CVD framework
      • Robert Kaplan, PhDRight Care Initiative Technical Expert Group; Adjunct Prof., School of Medicine & Research Director, Clinical Excellence Research Center, Stanford University; Former Chief Science Officer US HHS AHRQ; Retired, Associate Director, National Institutes of Health (Presentation)
    • Around-the-Room Action Discussion: Quest to Get to Zero Preventable Heart Attacks, Strokes & Diabetes Deaths and Disabilities
  • Agenda
  • Videos: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5

November 27, 2018

  • A Scientific Convening on Coronary Calcium’s role in ASCVD Precision Medicine
    • Co-Chair Vision, Welcoming Remarks (Presentation 1, Presentation 2)
    • Family Perspective on Coronary Calcium Screening
      • Victoria Dupuy – Founder & Executive Director, No More Broken Hearts Foundation; Along with Survivors (Presentation)
    • Coronary Calcium Testing at the Stanford Preventive Cardiology Clinic
      • David J. Maron, MD – Director, Preventive Cardiology; Clinical Prof. of Medicine, School of Medicine, Stanford University
    • Evidence for Finding and Treating Atherosclerosis Before Patients are Symptomatic
      • Matthew Budoff, MD – Prof. of Medicine, Endowed Chair of Preventive Cardiology, School of Medicine, UCLA; Program Director, Division of Cardiology Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute; Steering Committee Member, Director CT Reading Center, Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) Trial (Presentation)
    • US Preventive Services Task Force’s Insufficient Evidence Recommendation & Next Steps
    • Payer Perspective
      • Scott Flinn, MD – Regional Medical Director, Blue Shield of California; Former Co-Chair, San Diego Right Care University of Best Practices (while Arch Medical Group CMO); Former U.S. Navy Medical Officer
      • Carol Zaher, MD, MPH, MBA – Board Certified Cardiologist & Medical Director, Health Net California Medical Management, Centene; Los Angeles University of Best Practices Co-Chair, Right Care Initiative (Presentation)
    • Moderated Around-the-Room Q &A, Planning & Action Discussion: Silicon Valley Quest to Get to Zero Preventable Heart Attacks, Strokes & Diabetes Deaths and Disabilities
      • Robert Kaplan, PhD – Right Care Initiative Technical Expert Group; Adjunct Prof., School of Medicine & Research Director, Clinical Excellence Research Center, Stanford University; Former Chief Science Officer US HHS AHRQ; Retired, Associate Director, National Institutes of Health
      • David J. Maron, MD – Director, Preventive Cardiology; Clinical Prof. of Medicine, School of Medicine, Stanford University
  • Agenda
  • Videos: Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5Part 6Part 7