Archive June 2009 X, No. 6

Safety

How We Improved Our Preadmission Screenings

Alisa Fischer-Hurst, RN, MHSA, CASC

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When our staff shared preadmission screening responsibilities, it was nothing but trouble: scheduling delays, case cancellations, inconveniences to patients and surgeons. Read on to find out how we streamlined our screening process so that we now get the needed paperwork in on time most of the time.

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