Archive > July, 2012 XIII, No. 7
Ingenious devices that will make your facility better without breaking your budget.
Advisory opinion strongly condemns surgeons from asking anesthesia providers for kickbacks.
These workflow and documentation aids will let our staff prepare for and document cases like never before.
Multi-drug resistant organisms put a new emphasis on hand hygiene and environmental cleaning.
Expect more than properly cleaned and neatly pressed linens.
A look at the latest devices and technologies showcased at this year's Digestive Disease Week.
Some of the nation's busiest facilities explain how they achieved excellent outcomes, efficiency and profitability.
Trabeculectomy isn't the only game in town anymore. Here's an overview of the latest in micro-invasive glaucoma surgery.
6 practical tips to boost your case throughput.
5 wireless technologies that will impact your ORs.
Here's hoping for an end to surgeons profiting from anesthesia.
Customized discharge directions - Pearls for pediatric patients - Simplify your pain control formulary
It pays to let your providers flow to the next available case.
Persuade payors and vendors to cover surgery's priciest parts.
Even correct counts can result in retained objects.
He keeps us surgeons who can't say 'no' in line and (sort of) on time.
Studies show that music improves surgical outcomes.
Could they be to blame for those really bad days in the OR?