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What is the cost of a minute of intra-unit patient transport time….from LinkedIn conversation

Follow Brendan What is the cost of a minute of intra-unit patient transport time? The cost of a minute of time in patient transport is a questions we get asked quite often by acute care leaders. Is anyone aware of … Continue reading

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Protected: the art of flipping rooms…

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Fiscally responsible OR expansion…

This post is in response to a question posted in the Yahoo group (hme) about ‘triggers’ for OR room/suite expansion.  As usual, in healthcare, nothing is easy: The decision to increase the number of OR’s can’t be made solely on … Continue reading

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With whom should I do my cases?

<click on the above graph for a larger image> The above graph is an example of finished data analysis for three different orthopedic groups (Arizona Cutters, ORO Pods, Tucson Bones) which are deciding in which hospital, and with which anesthesia … Continue reading

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Do you know where your CRNAs are?

<click on graph to enlarge in separate window>  [Note that the scale for the upper and lower graphs are different] I mentioned in the prior post that my client had wanted an analysis of how well they were using their … Continue reading

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