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Balancing OR Access & Hospital Capacity

The success of a hospital is often measured by its OR.  Surgery programs generate 65 percent of a fiscally sound hospital’s margin.  And facilities that are in trouble usually have dysfunctional ORs. Volume might be declining; cases such as GI, endoscopy, or pain management could be clogging the throughput; or the facility may have a “say yes to everything” mentality about its OR.  What’s the key to survival?

“Managing capacity and setting reasonable, rational and explainable constraints on volume so that growth can occur,” is what Sullivan Healthcare Consulting President Randy Heiser says will put a facility on a path to success.

To read more about Mr. Heiser’s insights on this critical topic, click here: Balancing OR Access and Hospital Capacity

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February 19

The success of a hospital is often measured by its OR.  Surgery programs generate 65 percent of a fiscally sound hospital’s margin.  And facilities that are in trouble usually have dysfunctional ORs. Volume might be declining; cases such as GI, … Continue reading

February 19

Randy Heiser, SHC President, presented a full-day session at the 2014 OR Manager Conference that was held in Long Beach, CA on September 17-19, 2014. Mr. Heiser’s session topic was Walking the Tightrope: Balancing OR Access and Hospital Capacity. This session described … Continue reading

October 25

Randy Heiser, SHC President, and Tammy Tenerowicz, SHC Senior Consultant, presented a regional seminar on OR governance, scheduling, and preoperative process at The Westin Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia on October 25, 2013.

September 24

Randy Heiser, SHC President, presented at the 2013 OR Manager Conference that was held at Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, MD on September 23-25. Mr. Heiser spoke on the topic Reacting or Preparing for ACA and Health Care Reform: Strategies … Continue reading