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FTE, utilization, and cost accounting … when PUNs equal CUEs


also see: Graph of CRNA usage for optimized Surgeon Schedule also see: TA(throughput accounting) and TDABC (time driven activity based costing)….the fabric, the ‘warp and woof’ of healthcare — Cost accounting (whether standard costing or TDABC) is based on the concept … Continue reading

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clinical resolution of systems engineering scheduling in the OR…


No new graphs today…  Let’s discuss the resolution of a systems engineer in improving turnover time (TOT). In the last few blogs I showed the difference in TOT due solely to who sees the patient in the pre-op holding area, … Continue reading

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coffee and donuts…. time for a break


Oh what fun…       This is just one of many factors affecting turnover time  (TOT). For the sake of  smaller graphs and clarity, I’m showing only the times till anesthesia induces the patient to show the comparison of … Continue reading

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sample requirements for vice-chair of anesthesia department…


Below is a copy of a letter I sent for a position as vice-chair of anesthesia at a large teaching hospital.  I’ve long thought that most vice-chairmen needed to expand their skill sets. . Dear Dr. —-, As you proceed … Continue reading

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