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Archive October 2010 XI, No. 10

Cataract Surgery Efficiency: Advice from Outsourcing Companies

These roving surgical coordinators have seen it all. Here's their advice for making cases go faster and better.

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Dan O'Connor, Editor-in-Chief


You can tell a lot from a cataract surgeon's body language. And his sighs. Well, at least Larry Cox can. As a surgical coordinator for Vantage Outsourcing, Mr. Cox has a unique perspective on what makes eye cases go well. He and others who work at cataract outsourcing companies across the country make sure that thousands of surgeries in hundreds of facilities run smoothly each week. They've seen what works and what doesn't — and they're about to share some of that insider information with you.

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