Onboarding for the ASC
Making the Transition to an Ambulatory Surgery Center
The Perioperative RN who is transitioning from an acute care facility to an ambulatory surgery center needs to gain a better understanding of how productivity, risk management, and supply chain management is managed differently in the ASC. This course provides that information and much more with the following four modules:
Risk Management in an Ambulatory Surgery Center
Provides a understanding of what a risk manager in an ASC does and why it is crucial for a successful surgery center to have an ethical, effective, proactive risk management program.
Understanding Productivity in an Ambulatory Surgery Center
Helps the perioperative nurse working in an ASC understand how productivity is measured and how it may impact the overall financial stability of the center.
Introduction to Supply Chain Management
Provides an understanding of supply chain management and how, both directly and indirectly, that affects profitability for an ASC.
Medication Safety Assessment
Tests knowledge of the most common medications administered in an ASC, including the seven rights of medication administration.
Participants receive 4.8 Contact Hours after completion of the course and evaluation. Contact hours for this course will expire 10/15/2015.
Provides minimum system requirements for hardware and software for computers used to take this online course.
AORN is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
AORN is Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 13019.