Archive > March, 2012 XIII, No. 3
How do your site-marking protocols compare to the more than 500 surgical facilities we surveyed?
For peak cataract surgery efficiency, the devil's in the details.
Hand hygiene is such a simple, basic and effective way to prevent infections. So why isn't everyone doing it properly?
Documenting our existing paper workflow will help us streamline, automate and improve the efficiency of our paperless product.
Looking at non-latex options? Follow these steps to find the right fit.
Ongoing surgeon and nurse education could be the difference-maker.
Don't let one angry patient trash your good name on the Internet. Here are 7 things you can do to fight back.
The latest features improve efficiency and patient safety.
A Surgeon's Video Game Addiction
Creative blood removal
Secrets to Attracting Young OR Nurses
Surgical Administrators Targeted in Lawsuits
The Beauty of the Block Nurse
Hospital Outpatient Surgery Coding Done Right
Yes, You Can Show Deadweight Docs the Exit
Get Paid for Pain Pumps
Using Humor to Fight Frustration
Instrument Tray Blues
Why Worry About the Economy?
Reliable service is as important as handheld power.
For Safety's Sake, Cherish Patient Complaints
Spray-On OR Cleaner
How Do You Process 900 Trays of Instruments Per Day?