1. Free Webinar: It Takes Will and Skill: Succession Planning for Perioperative Nurse Leaders - On Demand

    Free Webinar: It Takes Will and Skill: Succession Planning for Perioperative Nurse Leaders - On Demand

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    It Takes Will and Skill: Succession Planning for Perioperative Nurse Leaders - a FREE webinar sponsored by the Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI)

    The demographics of current perioperative nurse leaders have significant implications for succession planning. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the knowledge base and competencies needed for successful leadership in the future. Current and future succession planning strategies will be discussed, and resources for professional development of aspiring nurse leaders, including competency-based learning, will be examined.

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  2. FREE WEBINAR: Complexities of Surgical Instrument and Endoscope Reprocessing - On Demand

    FREE WEBINAR: Complexities of Surgical Instrument and Endoscope Reprocessing - On Demand

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    CEs: 1 Contact Hour
     *Please note that this event is held in Eastern Standard Time

    Complexities of Surgical Instrument and Endoscope Reprocessing - A FREE webinar sponsored by Boston Scientific

    This presentation will give an overview of complex medical devices that pose a challenge to the sterile processing department, such as the recently spotlighted endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) duodenoscopes. The presentation will discuss the importance of training staff, using proper reprocessing equipment, and following the manufacturer’s instructions for use. Current recommendations for reprocessing specific surgical instrumentation and recent guidance from the FDA, as well as recommendations from industry leaders, will be discussed.

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  3. Free Webinar: Managing Your Operating Room Inventory: Bringing It All Together - On Demand

    Free Webinar: Managing Your Operating Room Inventory: Bringing It All Together - On Demand

    $0.00

    CEs: 1 Contact Hour

    Managing Your Operating Room inventory: Bringing It All Together - A FREE webinar sponsored by Cardinal Health

    As leaders of one of the core areas within the hospital, perioperative services directors and managers are faced with continued challenges to drive standardization and workflow efficiency while having total visibility and control of products. Furthermore, they face significant pressure to reduce costs, increase revenue, and provide the best in patient care. 

    Imagine a unified platform that integrates OR inventory management with clinical record keeping that can manage a single area or across your entire IDN. The result is true visibility and control to easily manage your low-cost to high-value supplies to enable what you do best – provide patient care.

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  4. Reducing Costs: Cost per Case Data Improved with Procedure Cohorts - On Demand

    Reducing Costs: Cost per Case Data Improved with Procedure Cohorts - On Demand

    $129.00

    Reducing Costs: Cost per Case Data Improved with Procedure Cohorts

    If you’ve ever tried to talk to a physician about cost per case, you may have heard a response like this:  “My patients are sicker. My patients are more complicated. The data is wrong.” How do you respond to that? Intermountain Healthcare’s ProComp project has 3 years of experience tackling this tough conversation. A patent-pending process for building procedure cohorts provides physician-vetted procedure groups. Physicians now join meetings knowing the data is reliable, meaningful, and unblended. Join this webinar to learn strategies for increasing physician engagement with data review. Please invite your data analyst to join this webinar with you!

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  5. Converting to a New Surgery Information System: Preparing for the Daunting Task - On Demand

    Converting to a New Surgery Information System: Preparing for the Daunting Task - On Demand

    $79.00

    Date: Thursday, April 9
    Time: 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST
    CEs: 1 Contact Hour
     *Please note that this event is held in Eastern Standard Time

    Converting to a New Surgery Information System: Preparing for the Daunting Task

    An increasing number of hospital mergers and a growing trend toward corporate-centric business services have prompted a flurry of IT system conversions where hospitals and/or departments migrate from one IT system or vendor to another. Unfortunately, most conversions are often seen as “just another IT project.”

    Successful perioperative system conversions require more than the usual IT team approach. The complexity of perioperative services, as well as movement toward electronic quality reporting, necessitates surgical leadership, staff insight, and perioperative expertise throughout all phases of the conversion: planning, build, testing, and go-live support.  Without OR involvement, a system conversion can result in lost revenue, scheduling process interruptions, partial or complete historical data loss, excessive downtime, workflow inefficiencies, increased surgeon and staff frustration, and decreased data fidelity. This webinar will provide insights for preventing common pitfalls and preparing, assessing, and creating realistic resource and timeline needs.

     



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  6. Your wORld Free Special Report

    Your wORld Free Special Report

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    All perioperative services personnel—leaders and staff nurses alike—face similar challenges each day in trying to provide the best possible patient care. The articles in this special publication, all previously published in OR Manager, focus on process and management changes that have helped facilities survive and thrive. Even if you are not in a leadership role, you are a vital part of the team, and how you approach your job and your colleagues has an impact on both the day-to-day environment and patient outcomes. If you’re new to management or considering ways to advance in your career, these articles will familiarize you with concepts such as Lean processes, compensation models, and approaches to fatigue and depression—conditions that are pervasive among some perioperative staff.

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  7. Going Rep-less: Key Challenges and Opportunities - On Demand

    Going Rep-less: Key Challenges and Opportunities - On Demand

    $179.00

    Date: March 2015
    Time: 1 hour
    CEs: 1 Contact Hour

    Going Rep-less: Key Challenges and Opportunitie

    Orthopedic sales reps are under scrutiny as their presence in the operating room has been linked to higher implant costs, reduced operational efficiency, and increased risk to the hospital. The need to increase efficiency and reduce costs in the surgical episode will only increase with recent changes in healthcare payment reform and an expanding patient population.

    Select hospitals have already begun to find ways to reduce the impact of vendors in the surgical suite. However, “going rep-less” is not enough; simultaneous clinical and operational measures must be taken to fill the gap left by the rep. This webinar will show you how to identify the clinical and operational initiatives necessary to support a rep-free OR.

     

     



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  8. Creating and Using a Scorecard for Perioperative Decision Support - On Demand

    Creating and Using a Scorecard for Perioperative Decision Support - On Demand

    $179.00

    Date: March 2015
    CEs: 1 Contact Hour
     *Please note that this event is held in Eastern Standard Time

    Creating and Using a Scorecard for Perioperative Decision Support

    Decision support strategy is something that must be woven into everyday analysis. Having access to a well-structured scorecard with meaningful indicators for your facility is a key ingredient for data-based decision making and provides a snapshot of performance to measure for early course correction when indicated.

    The indicators should be outcome driven and provide informative data that can be assimilated and assessed across all levels of the department and the organization. They should include the "big picture" items such as pay-for-performance measures to identify actual to benchmark, as well as customized indicators that may be inherent to a particular facility or region.

    The presentation will provide a guide, both descriptively and visually, to the development and utilization of a performance-based scorecard. This tool is meant to be a snapshot to identify opportunities for early intervention and to provide a visual of adherence to applicable standards. 



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  9. Ebola Virus Disease Patient Under Investigation (PUI):  What if your patient needs a surgical intervention? - On Demand

    Ebola Virus Disease Patient Under Investigation (PUI): What if your patient needs a surgical intervention? - On Demand

    $179.00

    Recorded Date: Tuesday, February 24
    CEs: 1 Contact Hour

    Ebola Virus Disease Patient Under Investigation (PUI):  What if your patient needs a surgical intervention?

    Numerous ethical and clinical considerations must be weighed in order to make a sound decision whether to proceed with an emergent surgical intervention for patients with suspected or confirmed Ebola. The surgical protocol for possible or confirmed Ebola cases provided by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) offers guidance to avoid elective surgical procedures on such patients. Perioperative leaders need to proactively prepare for patients under investigation (PUI) who may need an emergent surgical procedure. The webinar leaders will discuss the process steps involved as well as how to ensure that proper risk mitigation is defined in all aspects of evaluating and caring for a PUI for Ebola virus disease. Proactive planning is necessary to make sure that all individuals involved in the care of a patient under investigation for Ebola virus disease have the appropriate guidelines and tools to provide safe care.   

     

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  10. Retained Surgical Items: A Patient Safety Issue - On Demand

    Retained Surgical Items: A Patient Safety Issue - On Demand

    $179.00

    Time: One hour
    CEs: 1 Contact Hour

    Retained Surgical Items: A Patient Safety Issue

    The risk of having a retained surgical item (RSI) exists for any individual undergoing a surgical procedure. Any RSI incidence is considered a never event and can be prevented with safe practices. Patient harm and mortality, along with the lack of reimbursement for any care required as a result of an RSI, highlights the need for intervention and prevention strategies. This program will provide a review of the current literature regarding RSI risk stratification, factors associated with RSI incidence, strategies for prevention, and a discussion of steps to initiate quality improvement and enhance patient safety in the operating room.

     

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