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.
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.
OR tissue management: How automation can address your biggest obstacles - A FREE webinar sponsored by Cardinal Health
Learn how automation in the operating room can lead to a more efficient approach in managing biological implants from point of receipt to issuance and point of care. See how transparency and automation across the supply chain—driven by real-time analytics—can result in efficient workflows, provide required documentation and reduce costs associated with waste and expiration.
Contaminated endoscopes lead the list of medical devices linked to healthcare-associated infections, and ECRI Institute named them the top technology hazard for 2016. The increase in the number of infections linked to contaminated retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) duodenoscopes in recent years has prompted several organizations to issue new recommendations and guidance for reprocessing of exible endoscopes. This special report will provide a snapshot of recent events that have led to new recommendations related to this significant clinical issue. You'll be able to use it as a handy reference to help ensure that best practices are being followed at your facility.
Today’s healthcare leaders must balance cost, quality, safety, and efficiency. With many procedures now being performed on an outpatient basis and more quickly than ever before, it’s imperative for OR managers to create and sustain systems that will satisfy patients and providers alike. The core idea of the Lean philosophy is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste, and as healthcare delivery shifts to a value-based system, Lean tools are becoming an essential part of the perioperative environment. In this updated report, you’ll learn how healthcare facilities have streamlined scheduling and inventory processes to achieve greater efficiency and costs savings. Perhaps even more important, these articles illustrate the relationship between best practices and patient safety.