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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. Delayed case starts, lengthy turnover times, missing instrumentation or supplies, and difficult personalities are just some of the problems that can impede progress and put patients at risk.
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.
Topics covered include:
- EASE app updates families on patients' progress during surgery
- Software orients staff, advances 'rep-less' model
- Changes in nurses' pay structure solve staffing and scheduling problems
- Staff vacation gridlock eased by innovative allocation system
- Fire case on-time starts soar after rapid process improvement training
- And more!
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