Tag Archives: ASC

Getting Dr. Able out of the OR before 4pm…


narration for SHS1013 poster presentations supports  #161 “SHS2013 Clarifying OR On Time Starts” supports #107 “SHS2013 Clarifying OR Turnover Time Concept Graph” supports #113 “Resolving Resistance to OR scheduling changes; Implementing a Multi-faceted Model” also see The effects of late surgeons … Continue reading

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The effects of late surgeons on other surgeons, overtime, Pre-Op, PACU, and patient waiting…


SHS2013 poster presentations supported supports #161  “Clarifying the Definition, Purpose, and Effects of OR On-time Starts“ supports #113 “Resolving Resistance to OR scheduling changes; Implementing a Multi-faceted Model“ also see  Getting Dr. Able out of the OR before 4pm… | ORTimes … Continue reading

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flipping rooms…get started


If you’re in charge of the OR, whether nursing or an anesthesia or surgical group, and want to decrease turnover time, risks, and costs while increasing revenue — you could greatly benefit from flipping rooms. With internet connectivity in your … Continue reading

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‘risk vs return’ or ‘when the shit hits the fan’ in the OR


Taken from a Linkedin post of mine with the HFMA group: Sandra, The ‘general’ rule is that ASA 1-3 is ok for free standing facilities. That rule is effectively bent for rational reasons.  The ASA classification has a lot of … Continue reading

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