The Evolution of the ORs: The Hybrid OR


The Evolution of the ORs: The Hybrid OR

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Surgery is undergoing an important evolution. Conventional open surgery is rapidly moving toward minimally invasive surgery. At the same time, interventional imaging is moving toward more invasive intervention. A “hybrid” operating room (OR), which attempts to satisfy these blended needs, often comes with benefits as well as compromises. Thursday, July 25th, 2013 2:00-3:00p.m. EDT 1 Credit Hour

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Surgery is undergoing an important evolution. Conventional open surgery is rapidly moving toward minimally invasive surgery. At the same time, interventional imaging is moving toward more invasive intervention. A “hybrid” operating room (OR), which attempts to satisfy these blended needs, often comes with benefits as well as compromises.

One benefit is that interventional imaging and open surgery can be accommodated in a single location, possibly as a combined procedure. However, high-risk interventional procedures may be performed in a hybrid OR because open surgery would be immediately available as a backup procedure in that space.

The types of procedures performed and the imaging systems integrated into hybrid ORs will be discussed along with the key elements to consider before implementing hybrid OR technology. Some of the quality initiatives relevant to minimally invasive procedures will also be described.

Objectives:

As a participant, you will be able to:

  1. Identify what constitutes a hybrid OR
  2. Discuss different types of hybrid ORs in the marketplace and types of procedures they support.
  3. Describe key elements of planning, design, procurement, and implementation.

Leader: Webinar Leader: Rohit Inamdar, M.Sc., DABR Senior Associate and Medical Physicist Applied Solutions Group ECRI Institute

Rohit Inamdar specializes in strategic planning of hospital departments that utilize medical imaging in diagnosis and treatment. Based on a clinical needs assessment, he identifies and recommends clinical support requirements, optimal technology solutions, workflow enhancements, productivity improvements, safety and risk management, and improved cost-efficiency. He develops short- and long-term strategic plans for hospitals as a planning tool to meet the challenging demands of an evolving health care environment. Over the past 12 months, Inamdar has managed the development of such requirements for a total of about $25 million. He has saved health care facilities $5.5 million in cost-effective and appropriate selection and management of medical technologies. Inamdar is a member of the American Association of Medical Physicists. He is also board certified in diagnostic radiology physics by the American Board of Radiology.

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