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  • OR Manager Issue - January 2021

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

  • FREE WEBINAR: Leadership, Policy & Transparency: Driving Sustainable Value, Efficiency, & Surgeon Utilization

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Managing operating rooms is hard, especially without access to reliable and readily available data. EHRs, built to capture information about patients and their care, do not provide the required level of data visibility or reliability needed to make daily, let alone strategic decisions about expensive healthcare assets such as operating rooms. Ensuring surgeons have optimal access, knowing exactly where and how to drive efficiency, and delivering value to surgeons, patients, and staff is a constant challenge. A challenge that requires greater visibility into available operating room time and key performance indicators. Please join us as WakeMed Health and Hospital’s Business Manager, Surgical Services explains how his three-hospital health system has: ● Transitioned from manually compiling reports (EHR reports were inadequate) ● Established effective policies to drive value and efficiency ● Created capacity in their busy operating rooms, providing greater access to open time ● Delivered transparency that has changed surgeon practices Additionally, iQueue for Operating Rooms’ Product Implementation Manager will walk through exciting and proven technology that has enabled organizations like WakeMed to leverage predictive and prescriptive analytics that break through historical barriers to OR value and efficiency.

    Managing operating rooms is hard, especially without access to reliable and readily available data. EHRs, built to capture information about patients and their care, do not provide the required level of data visibility or reliability needed to make daily, let alone strategic decisions about expensive healthcare assets such as operating rooms.

     Ensuring surgeons have optimal access, knowing exactly where and how to drive efficiency, and delivering value to surgeons, patients, and staff is a constant challenge. A challenge that requires greater visibility into available operating room time and key performance indicators.

     Please join us as WakeMed Health and Hospital’s Business Manager, Surgical Services explains how his three-hospital health system has:

    • Transitioned from manually compiling reports (EHR reports were inadequate)
    • Established effective policies to drive value and efficiency
    • Created capacity in their busy operating rooms, providing greater access to open time
    • Delivered transparency that has changed surgeon practices

    Additionally, iQueue for Operating Rooms’ Product Implementation Manager will walk through exciting and proven technology that has enabled organizations like WakeMed to leverage predictive and prescriptive analytics that break through historical barriers to OR value and efficiency.


    Learning Objectives

    • Analyze OR utilization and identify strategies for improvement
    • Explain the benefits of creating more open time in the OR
    • Understand how to effectively leverage data to change surgeon practices
    • Explore how new technologies are optimizing operating room capacity
  • OR Manager Issue - December 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

  • FREE WEBINAR: Reclaim Your Most Valuable Asset: Converting Unused OR Time into More Cases

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Operating rooms grapple with time lost due to late starts, lengthy turnovers, underutilized blocks, unused blocks, and more. At the same time, many surgeons are clamoring for increased access to handle more cases. In this free webinar, Surgical Directions will present how to reclaim lost and wasted time that is holding back your OR. We will discuss how waste happens, how to measure it, and, critically, how to organize for success to convert the lost time into additional cases for your facility. With over 25 years of experience working at hundreds of hospitals and ASCs, the Surgical Directions team has the expertise to discuss ways to improve your financial performance and patient experience.

    Operating rooms grapple with time lost due to late starts, lengthy turnovers, underutilized blocks, unused blocks, and more. At the same time, many surgeons are clamoring for increased access to handle more cases.

    In this free webinar, Surgical Directions will present how to reclaim lost and wasted time that is holding back your OR. We will discuss how waste happens, how to measure it, and, critically, how to organize for success to convert the lost time into additional cases for your facility. With over 25 years of experience working at hundreds of hospitals and ASCs, the Surgical Directions team has the expertise to discuss ways to improve your financial performance and patient experience. 

  • FREE Webinar: Surgical Hands: A Chemical Battlefield in the OR

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Occupational contact dermatitis (OCD), an inflammatory skin condition that occurs due to workplace exposure, can have long-term consequences, causing some healthcare workers to miss work and even change jobs. Nurses working in surgical wards and intensive care units are at the highest risk among healthcare workers. Surgical gloves are a common culprit of both irritant and allergic contact dermatitis in the healthcare setting. Glove-associated irritants include wet work, friction, air occlusion, excessive sweating, and poor hand hygiene. In addition, wearers may incur allergic contact dermatitis to chemical additives, especially accelerators that are added to speed up the manufacturing process, in both latex and synthetic gloves.

    Occupational contact dermatitis (OCD), an inflammatory skin condition that occurs due to workplace exposure, can have long-term consequences, causing some healthcare workers to miss work and even change jobs. Nurses working in surgical wards and intensive care units are at the highest risk among healthcare workers. 

    Surgical gloves are a common culprit of both irritant and allergic contact dermatitis in the healthcare setting. Glove-associated irritants include wet work, friction, air occlusion, excessive sweating, and poor hand hygiene. In addition, wearers may incur allergic contact dermatitis to chemical additives, especially accelerators that are added to speed up the manufacturing process, in both latex and synthetic gloves. 

    This free webinar will help you understand treatment and prevention measures relative to OCD, including switching to gloves that have been manufactured without chemicals accelerators known to cause contact dermatitis.

  • OR Manager Issue - October/November 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

  • FREE WEBINAR: OR Infection Prevention in the COVID Era: A Focus on Urology and Ureteroscope Reprocessing

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In today’s ever-changing COVID environment, you and your surgical team may have questions and concerns. Please join us for a discussion on infection prevention strategies with special focus given to urology and ureteroscope reprocessing practices. Presenter Cori Ofstead, a global infection prevention thought leader, will share her insights on COVID in urine, scope reprocessing effectiveness and risk of infection transmission in urology, and recommendations for minimizing risk to protect patients and staff alike. Key discussion points during this moderated webinar will include recent findings on ureteroscope reprocessing effectiveness and how to better manage this during COVID and beyond.

    In today’s ever-changing COVID environment, you and your surgical team may have questions and concerns. Please join us for a discussion on infection prevention strategies with special focus given to urology and ureteroscope reprocessing practices. Presenter Cori Ofstead, a global infection prevention thought leader, will share her insights on COVID in urine, scope reprocessing effectiveness and risk of infection transmission in urology, and recommendations for minimizing risk to protect patients and staff alike. Key discussion points during this moderated webinar will include recent findings on ureteroscope reprocessing effectiveness and how to better manage this during COVID and beyond. 

  • OR Manager Issue - September 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

  • OR Manager Issue - August 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed

    This issue has been approved for 3.0 contact hours for physcians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, certified case managers, psychologists, and licensed