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  • Free Webinar: How Supply Chain Efficiency Can Help Support Clinical Teams and Strengthen the Patient Experience

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered

    A recent study by Navigant has shown that supply chains at top US hospitals are saving up to $23 billion each year.* Traditional inventory management practices are linked to waste, higher costs, and inefficiencies in the supply chain. Identifying best practices such as supply optimization, encouraging physician engagement, and automation is key to enabling successful supply chain and clinical operations. Join Lisa Stepps and Suzanne Champion, MBA, BSN, RN, CNOR, as they discuss how they’ve overcome barriers and used automation as a channel not only to reduce inventory costs and waste, but also to enhance the clinical workflow, allowing clinicians to focus on what matters most—the patient.

    A recent study by Navigant has shown that supply chains at top US hospitals are saving up to $23 billion each year.* Traditional inventory management practices are linked to waste, higher costs, and inefficiencies in the supply chain. Identifying best practices such as supply optimization, encouraging physician engagement, and automation is key to enabling successful supply chain and clinical operations.

    Join Lisa Stepps and Suzanne Champion, MBA, BSN, RN, CNOR, as they discuss how they’ve overcome barriers and used automation as a channel not only to reduce inventory costs and waste, but also to enhance the clinical workflow, allowing clinicians to focus on what matters most—the patient.

    *https://www.navigant.com/news/...

     

    Learning objectives

    • Discuss common challenges faced by clinical and supply chain teams.
    • Identify best practices to manage inventory and understand its impact on the patient experience.
    • Describe steps needed to drive change and achieve buy-in from key stakeholders.
    • Discuss how to capture critical data and leverage it to better analyze and predict supply needs among all stakeholders.
  • Free Webinar: The Modern Hospital Operating Room: Overcoming Obstacles to Organizational Transformation

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered

    Today’s typical US hospital OR staff face daunting challenges: high patient expectations; dated, inefficient, and siloed processes; complex and expensive technology; an ongoing outmigration of volume; hostile payers requiring high-value care; limited analytics/benchmarking; and a shortage of skilled staff and surgeons who expect better service and access. Replacing current services with a streamlined, high-quality, measured process requires the cooperation and collaboration of administration, surgeons, anesthesia providers, and staff. This webinar will offer expert advice about process improvements to help mitigate these challenges.

    Today’s typical US hospital OR staff face daunting challenges: high patient expectations; dated, inefficient, and siloed processes; complex and expensive technology; an ongoing outmigration of volume; hostile payers requiring high-value care; limited analytics/benchmarking; and a shortage of skilled staff and surgeons who expect better service and access. Replacing current services with a streamlined, high-quality, measured process requires the cooperation and collaboration of administration, surgeons, anesthesia providers, and staff. This webinar will offer expert advice about process improvements to help mitigate these challenges.

    Objectives

    • Discuss how to identify the obstacles to surgical transformation.
    • Describe how to lead a successful value-based transformation of surgical services.
    • Identify how to set up a strong leadership team to lead the charge.
  • Free Webinar: The Transformation of Value Analysis: Moving From Reactive to Strategic

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered

    In this webinar, Mark Dixon, president, Mark Dixon Group, will walk us through what your CEO is focusing on and how you can align that vision to your value analysis. In addition, Bob Dybec, OR nurse manager, NYU Winthrop Hospital, will present a practical case study of how his team made a strategic value analysis shift in evaluating a novel technology, the LithoVue Single-Use ureteroscope.

    Today’s value analysis committees have a tug-of-war. We still live in a fee-for-service world, but it is evolving toward value-based care. Pressures to achieve optimal clinical, quality, and financial objectives can be daunting. Very few health systems have fully adopted value-based care, and there is significant opportunity for improvement in healthcare delivery. We know the long-term trends, but how do we translate those into today’s environment? How do we manage our multiple stakeholder interests while still achieving our patient outcome, quality, and financial goals? 

    In this webinar, Mark Dixon, president, Mark Dixon Group, will walk us through what your CEO is focusing on and how you can align that vision to your value analysis. In addition, Bob Dybec, OR Nurse Manager, NYU Winthrop Hospital, will present a practical case study of how his team made a strategic value analysis shift in evaluating a novel technology, the LithoVue Single-Use ureteroscope. 

    Objectives 

    • Describe common pitfalls in value analysis related to outdated strategies.
    • Identify your CEO’s vision, and how you can align your OR’s value analysis with that future.
    • Discuss a practical example of how one hospital shifted to a strategic mindset for a novel product request. 
  • March 21st Webinar: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff: Turnover and First Case Starts Are Not Your Most Important Metrics

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    Webinar

    This webinar has been approved for 1.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed mental health counselors.

  • 2017 OR Manager Conference Only Online Library

    Contains 7 Product(s)

    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 2017 OR Manager Conference and are approved for a total of 47.5 CEs.​

    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 2017 OR Manager Conference and are approved for a total of 47.5 CEs.

  • 2017 E-Learning Combo Package

    Contains 8 Product(s)

    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, PACU Manager Summit, and OR Business Management eLearning Course. This eLearning course bundle was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and are approved for a total of 53.0 CEs.​

    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, PACU Manager Summit, and OR Business Management eLearning Course. This eLearning course bundle was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and are approved for a total of 53.0 CEs.

  • General Sessions

    Contains 11 Component(s), 53.00 credits offered

    General sessions for ORMC Package and Combo Package (not for sale a la carte).

    General sessions for ORMC Package and Combo Package (not for sale a la carte).

  • [CLONE] General Sessions

    Contains 12 Component(s), 47.50 credits offered

    General sessions for ORMC Package and Combo Package (not for sale a la carte).

    General sessions for ORMC Package and Combo Package (not for sale a la carte).

  • Clinical & Patient Safety Track

    Contains 9 Component(s)

    Safety is at the forefront of all patient care activities. This series covers a variety of topics related to safe surgical care team collaboration, efficiencies, and infection control. This course was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.

    Safety is at the forefront of all patient care activities. This series covers a variety of topics related to safe surgical care team collaboration, efficiencies, and infection control. This course was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.

  • New Manager Track

    Contains 9 Component(s)

    If you're new to managing the surgical suite, this eLearning course is for you! This course was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.

    If you're new to managing the surgical suite, this eLearning course is for you! This course was created from session recordings from the 2017 OR Manager Conference and is approved for 7 CEUs.