August 1, 2017
Six Guidelines to Engage Surgeons in Your OR
Sometimes a few fundamental changes can breathe new life into an existing process and, as a result, enhance the performance of your surgeons and staff. Even if your routine is working relatively well, service line changes in your operating room can achieve improved results, such as higher levels of surgeon satisfaction and patient care quality, both of which can generate greater value for your organization and your patients. But any changes in and around the surgical suite need surgeon support to optimize success. Fill out our form to receive six guidelines to help engage surgeons as a first step toward project planning and improved performance.

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