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An increasing number of hospitals nationwide now have hybrid operating rooms. Building a new hybrid OR takes careful planning, requires specialized and advanced audiovisual and imaging equipment, and involves the collaboration of many decision makers. And once a hybrid OR is in place, procedures often require teams from several disciplines to work together as one. This process may be daunting, but the results may leave you in a better position to offer a variety of surgical procedures, enhance patient safety, and achieve long-term cost savings with improved efficiencies.
Regardless of whether you’re building a new hybrid OR or remodeling to accommodate the new room within existing space, you must commit considerable financial and human resources. This special report provides insights from professionals who have transitioned to a hybrid OR, offering tips and strategies to help you through the process. As with any transition, getting input from physicians, anesthesiologists, nurses, technical staff, and other members of your team is crucial to success. It is our hope that this report lays the groundwork for a successful conversion.
The table of contents includes:
- Clear vision critical to successful hybrid OR development
- Case Study: Operationalizing the hybrid OR
- Lessons learned from hybrid OR installations
- Specialized equipment serves hybrid and standard ORs equally well
- Endovascular hybrid ORs in community hospitals: Driving success
- Include infection prevention in your hybrid OR design
- Perceptive leadership fosters collaboration among hybrid OR staff
- Building the business case for a hybrid OR
Format: Downloadable PDF
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