Archive July 2004 V, No. 7


What Kind of Patient-tracking System Is for You?
Big or small, these devices and software can help you enhance patient flow.

10 Software Advances You Need to Know About
Here's a look at new applications designed to automate many of your center's business and clinical functions.

From the Show Floor: New Technologies In Minimally Invasive Surgery
A report from the SAGES show floor.

7 Ways to Warm Your Patients Without Inflaming Your Staff
How to adopt patient-warming technologies in your facility (without having to raise the thermostat).

Pros and Cons of Office Endoscopy
When office endoscopy is the best (or only) choice, here are some important considerations.

5 Ways to Improve Your Inventory Management
Learn five easy steps to save on your surgical supplies.

Surgical Table Selection: Getting it Right the First Time
Versatility, durability and high weight capacity top the list of must-have features.

Thinking of Buying...
A Surgical Boom


Editor's Page
Shakedown in New Jersey

This Just In
New Jersey Set to Tax ASCs

Ideas That Work
Pearls for Picking the Proper PONV Agent

An Incentive Plan Where Everyone Gains

Legal Update
Docs Who Badmouth Each Other Court Trouble

Coding & Billing
Equipment Economics

Ask The Experts
Stay in the Hospital or Move to the ASC?

Preventing Sharps Injuries After the Case

Infection Prevention
Expanding Options for Low-temperature Sterilization

Product News
Speed Healing with Cold Therapy

Site Visit
Patient Satisfaction Surveys That Get Results

My Turn
RNs Should Not Administer Propofol

July 2004

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