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A patient who grew frustrated with the amount of pain he was experiencing after undergoing back surgery gunned down four people on Wednesday in a medical building...

RaDonda Vaught, the former nurse at the center of a case that sparked national outrage and debate over whether healthcare workers should face criminal charges...

Surgical professionals in Georgia are breathing a bit easier this week after Gov. Brian Kemp signed surgical smoke evacuation legislation into law. Georgia joins...

It’s National Nurses Month and team of nurses deserves to be honored for their constant dedication to delivering excellent patient care. Their demanding work...

A Colorado woman who says she experienced intraoperative awareness for 35 minutes during a 2019 hernia surgery has sued the anesthesiologist and nurse anesthetist...

Dr. Rodriguez is managing partner of Arizona Anesthesia Solutions in Phoenix, which partners with 150 providers across three markets. He has seen many competing groups...

The future revenue growth and profit margins of hospitals will be constrained in part due to the continuing shift of patient care to cost-effective outpatient settings,...

AORN Expo Kicks Off With A Bang; Perioperative nurses gathered in New Orleans to celebrate the return of in-person learning. - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

White House Asked to Investigate Travel Nurse Pay - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Mass General Settles Overlapping Surgery Lawsuit - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Surgeon Fired for Prescribing ‘Off-Label’ COVID-19 Treatments - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

New Book Honors Black Surgeons; The publication provides a historical perspective on today’s healthcare inequalities. - Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Supreme Court Upholds Vaccine Requirement for Healthcare Workers; The ruling requires facilities to have a fully vaccinated staff by the end of next month.

AORN Addresses Critical Shortage of OR Nurses; Partnership with Chamberlain University prepares students for a career in surgery.

Minerva Romero Arenas, MD, MPH, FACS; The cofounder of the Latino Surgical Society discusses the ongoing challenges in developing surgeons from communities that remain underrepresented in medicine, and how providers of all kinds can work together to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in the world of surgery.

AORN is marking the occasion by honoring surgery’s hardworking heroes.

Statistically striking finding emerges from the largest collaborative surgical study ever performed.

Daniel K. Guy, MD, FAAOS, discusses the continuing migration of procedures to outpatient settings, challenges facing the specialty, exciting “reality” devices, the opioid crisis and why diverse patients need to see themselves in their orthopods.

More than 80% of patients responded to messages sent by a Dallas ASC.

APIC Survey Reveals Depth of PPE Crisis; Facilities are operating under crisis standards of care as the pandemic rages on.

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