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

Accuracy of surgical procedure valuations in Medicare’s Fee Schedule

Editor’s Note The Center’s for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is legally responsible for setting and updating the work element of its relative value units (RVUs), which form the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule used to determine physician payments. In practice, however, updating what is known as the “work RVU” is largely delegated to the Relative […] The post Accuracy of surgical procedure valuations in Medicare’s Fee Schedule appeared first on OR Manager.
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FDA continues efforts to assess duodenoscope contamination risk

Editor’s Note The Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on April 12 announced that it is taking steps to implement additional regulatory actions, including consulting with federal health experts, on how to reduce the risks of contamination and infections linked to duodenoscopes. The agency is also collaborating with manufacturers of disposable duodenoscopes that would make reprocessing […] The post FDA continues efforts to assess duodenoscope contamination risk appeared first on OR Manager.
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Operative volume is essential quality indicator for performing emergent general surgery in elderly

Editor’s Note In this study, survival rates for geriatric patients were significantly improved when emergency general surgery procedures were performed at hospitals with higher operative volumes. Of 41,860 surgical procedures evaluated at 200 hospitals, mortality decreased as hospital emergency operative volume increased. For every standardized increase in volume, reduction in mortality ranged from 14% for […] The post Operative volume is essential quality indicator for performing emergent general surgery in elderly appeared first on OR Manager.
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Joint Commission: Quick Safety addresses drug diversion

Editor’s Note The Joint Commission announced on April 17 that the April issue of Quick Safety focuses on drug diversion and examines patterns and trends that could indicate drug diversion. It also offers safety actions organizations can take and describes how to take the mistakes other hospitals have made and turn them into teachable moments. […] The post Joint Commission: Quick Safety addresses drug diversion appeared first on OR Manager.
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