Filter By Category

All 7778 Results

Do you often feel stumped when it comes to creating fun, memorable and effective training ideas for your staff? ...

Do you clam up when the surgeon asks you to pick some music during surgery? Or are you just tired of the same ’70s, ’80s and ’90s playlists you’ve heard hundreds of times? ...

WellSpan Apple Hill Surgical Center in York, Pa., houses 10 ORs and three endoscopy procedure rooms, in which an average of 1,250 surgical cases...

In the outpatient joint replacement world, hips and knees are still king....

Before Christopher Miller, MD, an orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospital in Boston...

Ever investigated just how many of the instruments and entire instrument trays that arrive in your ORs and procedure rooms throughout each day are actually necessary? ...

Orthopedic patients are often surprised that their bones are repaired with screws, drill bits, saws and other tools that look very much like what they have...

Custom implants have emerged as a valuable tool in both knee and hip revision surgery, offering potential benefits to both patients and surgeons....

Welcome to A Day in the Life of an Administrator, our new online column, where we sat down with Victoria Wiltshire, MBA, RN, VP and Chief Operating Officer...

Surviving and thriving as a new ASC leader can often feel like venturing into uncharted territory, filled with daunting challenges and uncertainties at every turn....

Welcome to this special Product Showcase brought to you by Outpatient Surgery Magazine!

Whether you’re simply looking to add smaller cases like hand surgeries or aiming for a higher stakes total joints program, the orthopedics industry...

Being aware of the high-risk tasks — the kind that people typically end up sustaining injuries from — is the first step in developing a culture of safety...

In a setting where every square foot of real estate matters, ASC leaders must always consider the best options for thoughtful use of space — for present...

On January 19, 2021, in the midst of a global pandemic, the UT Health Austin Ambulatory Surgery Center officially opened its doors...

Gone are the days of needing to use nothing but landmarks and intuition for an anesthesia provider to place a needle near a nerve before injecting...

Whenever I get up in the morning before a long shift, I need to check the weather forecast....

The people working in an Ambulatory Surgery Center are incredibly valuable, and it is crucial to have structured, consistent practices for recruiting...

When my six-year-old son returned from a day of treasure hunting in “the dungeon” — my mom’s long-neglected basement — he was wearing a mischievous grin...

To reduce hospital-acquired infections among surgery patients, don’t let your fingernails grow beyond your fingertips and understand that, in many cases, less handwashing...

Page 8 of 389