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Check Out the OR Excellence Program

Downloadable program details 4 days' worth of great speakers and fun, interactive sessions.

Published: February 13, 2014

A special pre-conference workshop on performing same-day total joint replacement surgery and practical talks on infection prevention, online admissions, avoiding never events and getting your anesthesia providers to toe the line highlight the 2014 OR Excellence program.

This year's show, presented by Outpatient Surgery Magazine, is Oct. 14-17 at the New Orleans Marriott, a stunning French Quarter hotel on Canal Street that boasts beautiful panoramic Mississippi River and city views. Room rates are only $179 per night.

Besides great speakers and sessions, OR Excellence also features the industry's coolest exhibit hall. Where else but ORX will you find vendor reps pouring you fine wines to sample one night and boutique martinis the next?

There's also the popular OR Excellence Tournament of Champions, where teams composed of audience members face off against one another to see which one can answer the most surgical questions correctly (and win a cool prize to go along with bragging rights!). Register now and enter your name for a chance to win some great early-bird prizes.

Dan O'Connor

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