Archive > April, 2009 X, No. 4
The elective surgery business is not recession-proof. Our readers share their belt-tightening strategies to get you through these tough times.
Our hospital provides staff with professionally laundered scrubs that aren't allowed to leave the building.
The right fluoroscopic imaging equipment is crucial to the success and profitability of your interventional pain management cases.
A simple patient skin assessment tool can help reduce the risk of pressure injuries at your facility.
From advanced articulation to improved image sensors and wireless HD capabilities, these rigid and semi-rigid instruments are evolving along with the surgical techniques they serve.
It's time to take a closer look at this routine practice.
The latest technology takes the hassle out of tracking case costs.
Are your orthopods ready for image-guided surgery?
Here's how to prevent drugs from disappearing from your facility.
Easily access medications needed at the point of care.
Embezzlement, the Ultimate Betrayal
Report: Nimbler ASCs Win
A Pager for Every Patient
4 Common Sense Rules to Avoid Getting Sued
Decrease Your Colonoscopy Procedure Times
Wage and Hour Law Basics
Expanded Hernia Repair Coding Options
Hand Off With Care
How Do You Anesthetize Cataract Patients?
A table that slides, rotates and transports patients and a glove that can warn you of danger.
Surgery's Checks and Balances
Are Those Instruments Really Sterile?
The Plants in Your OR