How Supply Chain Efficiency Can Help Support Clinical Teams and Strengthen the Patient Experience- a FREE webinar sponsored by Cardinal Health
A recent study by Navigant has shown that supply chains at top US hospitals are saving up to $23 billion each year. Traditional inventory management practices are linked to waste, higher costs, and inefficiencies in the supply chain. Identifying best practices such as supply optimization, encouraging physician engagement, and automation is key to enabling successful supply chain and clinical operations.
Join Lisa Stepps and Suzanne Champion, MBA, BSN, RN, CNOR, as they discuss how they’ve overcome barriers and used automation as a channel not only to reduce inventory costs and waste, but also to enhance the clinical workflow, allowing clinicians to focus on what matters most—the patient.
Align your supply chain and clinical teams to improve inventory management- A FREE webinar sponsored by Cardinal Health
Automation, combined with data-driven decisions and open communication with clinicians and materials management, has positioned stakeholders to work together to better predict, trend, and analyze product utilization information at every touchpoint throughout their OR supply chain. In this webinar, learn how the use of automation paired with RFID technology has been able to successfully align the OR supply chain.
Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Turnover and First Case Starts Are Not Your Most Important Metrics - A FREE webinar sponsored by LeanTaaS
In this session, UCHealth’s senior financial analyst and former perioperative business manager Ashley Walsh and LeanTaaS iQueue president Sanjeev Agrawal will discuss how machine learning and predictive analytics can uncover the true source of poor OR utilization, share with you how UCHealth has increased OR utilization in just 3 months, and recommend best practices for improving utilization in your OR suite.
Safety is at the forefront of all patient care activities. This series covers a variety of topics related to safe surgical care team collaboration, efficiencies, and infection control. This course was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.
The Surgical Services Administration eLearning Course will provide you with information about new technologies, specialty services, preoperative processes, reprocessing, and healthcare reform. This course was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.
The Communication and Professional Development eLearning course addresses personal and professional growth as well as the mental health status of the nursing staff. This course was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.
The OR Business Management eLearning course offer a wide variety of presentation specific to the business of perioperative services.This course was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.
Ambulatory surgery presents some specific challenges to the OR manager. This series of presentations provides insight into some specific ASC guidelines and issues.This course was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.
This bundle of eLearning courses includes the following courses: Clinical and Patient Safety eLearning Course, New OR Manager eLearning Course, Ambulatory Surgery eLearning Course, Surgical Services Administration eLearning Course, Communication and Professional Development eLearning Course, and OR Business Management eLearning Course. This eLearning course bundle was created from session recordings from the 2016 OR Manager Conference and are approved for a total of 37 CEs.