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Terror in Tulsa

The deadly mass shooting on the campus of the Saint Francis Health System serves as another troubling reminder of the dangers vulnerable healthcare professionals face in the workplace.

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MUST READS

Outpatient TKA Safe for Medicare Patients

Research suggests knee replacements offer tremendous growth potential for ASCs.
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Be Prepared for an Active Shooter

Response training increases the chance of survival during attacks.
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Ideas That Work: Call Out Poor Positioning in Real Time

This method of alerting staff to bad ergonomics in the OR can pre¬vent strain-related injuries.
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CURRENT ISSUE: July 2022

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Taking the Pain Out of Total Joints

Regional anesthesia is improving recoveries and outcomes at facilities where providers are placing advanced blocks.
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Innovations in Shoulder Replacement Surgery

Augmented reality and new implant technologies are helping surgeons place implants more precisely and effectively.
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SPECIAL EDITION: July - OR Excellence 2022 Preview

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Learn to Become a Transformative Leader

Second Keynote Speaker Dr. Shari Prentiss, a cancer survivor who has become an in-demand certified speaking professional, will describe how to inspire your team while feeling personally fulfilled doing so.
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Tap Into the Potential of Total Joints

Drs. Lee Rubin and Jinlei Li will lead a hands-on pre-conference workshop on how to develop a standardized, evidence-based outpatient joints program designed for both clinical and financial success.
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HEART OF THE MATTER

Cardiology
Trend to Watch: Cardiology Cases on the Move to ASCs

As more procedures shift to the outpatient setting, patient access to cost-effective and high-quality care is increasing.

OR EXCELLENCE

Dennis Snow
From Disney to the OR

Opening keynote speaker Dennis Snow, a skilled teacher of customer service, employee development and leadership, will apply lessons learned from his long executive career at Disney that can help you enhance the patient experience.

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WHAT IS… MEMORABLE TRAINING?

When Banner Casa Grande (Ariz.) Medical Center wanted to educate staff on diagnosing the signs and symptoms of postoperative delirium in patients, its educator felt a PowerPoint presentation wouldn’t make much of an impact. Instead, tying into the fact that patients 65 and older are at increased risk of the condition, a 1950s-themed game modeled after “Jeopardy!” captured staff attention and helped them better recall the teaching points.

PHOTO CREDIT: Banner Casa Grande Medical Center

BREAKROOM

Market Trends Spring 2022
Read Our Latest ASC Market Trend Report

Our quarterly digital report offers numerous insightful articles and current news on what’s trending in the ASC marketplace and community. Click to read the latest issue!
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LEADERSHIP

AORN EXPO
Learning How to Lead

Perioperative nurses should be proactive in seeking out opportunities to advance their careers and strengthen the nursing profession.
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