May 31, 2018
A common challenge for OR Directors and Managers is how to meet productivity targets and volume growth while also providing the capability to meet urgent and emergent needs.
You can find balance among these competing objectives by:
Developing and supporting balanced governance structures and establishing multi-level program objectives.
Providing meaningful analytics that incorporate demand by service, block utilization, elective versus urgent/emergent and growth targets / opportunities - and aligning resources accordingly.
Setting up the guidelines for ongoing review and adjustment of perioperative resources for ongoing management of objectives.
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