October 2-4, 2017
The Gaylord Palms • Orlando, FL

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In its 30th year, OR Manager Conference (formerly Managing Today’s OR Suite), brings together more than 1, 400 managers and directors involved in leading the surgical suite for 3 days of continuing education and networking opportunities. The conference builds on the content developed in each issue of OR Manager, providing you with a live learning experience. Earn CEs, AEUs, and explore new technologies with solution providers.

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Updates from OR Manager

Despite concerns, patients see opioids as superior, expect them for postop pain

Editor’s Note Despite concerns about addiction and side effects of opioids, patients still expect them to be prescribed and believe them to be the most effective for postoperative pain relief, finds this study presented October 13 at the Anesthesiology 2018 annual meeting in San Francisco. Researchers gave a 13-question survey to 503 adults before surgery. […] The post Despite concerns, patients see opioids as superior, expect them for postop pain appeared first on OR Manager.
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Joint Commission announces new CV certification with AHA

Editor’s Note The Joint Commission and the American Heart Association (AHA) will offer a single cardiovascular (CV) certification program for hospitals beginning January 1, 2019, the Joint Commission announced on October 10. The single certification is designed to enhance CV patient care and improve outcomes and quality of life. It combines the AHA’s Cardiovascular Center […] The post Joint Commission announces new CV certification with AHA appeared first on OR Manager.
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PSH improves outcomes in elderly, children

Editor’s Note The Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH) model of care was successful in improving quality of care and outcomes in elderly hip fracture patients and children having cardiac surgery in two studies presented October 14 at the Anesthesiology 2018 annual meeting in San Francisco. One study compared 308 hip fracture patients who had surgery before […] The post PSH improves outcomes in elderly, children appeared first on OR Manager.
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CDC reports progress in lowering HAIs

Editor’s Note The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on October 11 released as report showing progress by hospitals in reducing healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). The report shows hospitals reduced: abdominal hysterectomy surgical site infections (SSIs) by 13% central line-associated bloodstream infections by 11% Clostridium difficile infections by 8% catheter-associated urinary tract infections by 7% […] The post CDC reports progress in lowering HAIs appeared first on OR Manager.
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