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The Pressure is On: Use Data-Driven Tools to Increase Capacity in Your OR
After this session you’ll be able to:
1. Drive growth initiatives while improving capacity and staff productivity.
2. Implement an objective and quantifiable framework of OR block utilization accountability that leverages data transparency.
3. Align perioperative staffing to surgical demand and identify additional ways of increasing capacity.

Why this is important:
Today’s perioperative leaders are under pressure to increase surgical volume, all while trying to meet financial performance goals and surgeon requests for more time. How do you optimize OR services and find more capacity when building another surgical suite isn’t an option?

During this webinar, Brandon Azoulai will guide you in developing an objective and data-driven process for evaluating resource utilization in your operating room. Using data to validate decision making can optimize an OR block to maximize capacity and then align the schedule to improve labor productivity. Learn to evaluate additional performance improvement initiatives and identify opportunities to increase volume without the need for costly trial and error.

Nov 1, 2018 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brandon Azoulai
Customer Success Manager @Hospital IQ
Brandon is a Customer Success Manager for Hospital IQ, a leading provider of hospital operations management software solutions. Prior to joining the company, Brandon was a Hospital IQ client: working at a hospital in New York as a performance improvement Greenbelt focusing on infection prevention. This experience gave Brandon a keen appreciation of the challenges providers face in effectively managing their operations. He brings this to his current role working with hospitals and health systems to operationalize advanced analytics into management decisions, and collaboratively develop goals, metrics, and tactics to improve performance. He has also managed special projects for perioperative services and led the strategic develop of hospital service lines. In addition to his experience in the hospital, Brandon has actively served in EMS for over a decade.