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Operating Room Leadership and Perioperative Practice Management

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Christoph Egger, Alex Macario, Ross Musumeci, Alan David Kaye, Charles J. Fox, III, Richard D. Urman, Michael R. Williams, Markus M. Luedi, Jonas Schnider, Frank Stueber, Shilpadevi Patil, Debbie Chandler, Elyse Cornett, David S. Silver, Douglas P. Slakey, Franklin Dexter, Richard H. Epstein, Seth Christian, Nigel N. Robertson, Judy Dahle, Pat Patterson, John J. Wellick, Thomas J. Sieber, Dietrich Doll, Juhan Paiste, John Schlitt, Thomas R. Vetter, John M. Trummel, Brenda A. Gentz, William R. Furman, Brian C. Spence, Steve Boggs, Sanjana Vig, Alicia G. Kalamas, Mitchell H. Tsai, Elie Sarraf, Kyle R. Kirkham, Terrence L. Trentman, Sonya Pease, Jody Locke, Devona Slater, Henry Liu, Longqiu Yang, Michael Green, Steve Waldman, Jonathan P. Eskander, Cory Roberts, Michael R. Hicks, Laurie Saletnik, Todd Brown, Shermeen B. Vakharia, Zeev Kain, Ann Bui, Ori Gottlieb, Keith J. Ruskin, Valeriy Kozmenko, Lyubov Kozmenko, Melvin Wyche, Steven Boggs, Mitchell Tsai, Bret D. Alvis, Adam B. King, Matthew D. McEvoy, Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, Blas Catalani, Ezekiel Tayler, Jill Cooley, Chris Sharp, Matthew B. Novitch, Peter A. Gold, Aiden Feng, Mark R. Jones
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  • Date Published: January 2019
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107197367

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  • Effective leadership is critical to ensuring safety, efficiency and maximum productivity in the operating room (OR). This practical, evidence-based book unpicks the dynamics of a successful OR environment to underline the key techniques for management of policies, systems, staff members and teams. Fully updated to include recent clinical guidelines, the book provides the 'A-Z' of OR management, including sections on metrics, scheduling, human resource management, leadership principles, economics, quality assurance, recovery and ambulatory practice. New chapters include future healthcare models, emergency preparedness and budgets amongst other topics. Written by authors with unrivalled experience in the field, chapters are laid out in an easy and clinically helpful format to assist learning, and real-life case studies cover seventy-three different clinically relevant pain topics. This book is an essential guide for anyone working in the OR including anaesthesiologists, surgeons, nurses, and administrators.

    • This book supports and enables efficient leadership of the OR, at a time when hospital revenue is highly dependent on perioperative services and management teams face pressure to increase productivity
    • Illustrated throughout with real-life clinical cases, the book is laid out in an easy and clinically relevant format, with each chapter featuring a series of subtopic questions and answers to assist learning
    • Chapters are written by foremost leaders in the field of pain management, many of which are Pain Program Directors in the United States
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    Product details

    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Date Published: January 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107197367
    • length: 390 pages
    • dimensions: 253 x 191 x 22 mm
    • weight: 1.01kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Leadership and Strategy:
    1. Leadership principles Christoph Egger and Alex Macario
    2. The path to successful operating room environment Ross Musumeci, Alan David Kaye, Charles J. Fox, III and Richard D. Urman
    3. Strategic planning Michael R. Williams
    4. Decision making: the art and the science Michael R. Williams
    5. Implications of emotional intelligence and collaboration for OR leadership and management Markus M. Luedi, Jonas Schnider and Frank Stueber
    6. Operating room culture change Shilpadevi Patil, Debbie Chandler, Charles J. Fox, III and Elyse Cornett
    Part II. Economic Considerations, Efficiency, and Design:
    7. Flow disruptions in surgery David S. Silver and Douglas P. Slakey
    8. Influence of operating room staffing and scheduling on operating room productivity Franklin Dexter and Richard H. Epstein
    9. Operations management and financial performance Seth Christian
    10. Reengineering operating room function Nigel N. Robertson
    11. Operating room design and construction: technical considerations Judy Dahle and Pat Patterson
    12. Operating an ambulatory surgery center as a successful business John J. Wellick
    13. Influence of patient- and procedure-specific factors on OR efficiency and decision making Markus M. Luedi, Thomas J. Sieber and Dietrich Doll
    14. Operating room management in the perioperative surgical home and other future care models Juhan Paiste, John Schlitt and Thomas R. Vetter
    15. Non-OR locations John M. Trummel, Brenda A. Gentz and William R. Furman
    16. Efficiency and scheduling Brian C. Spence and William R. Furman
    17. Operating room budgets: an overview Steve Boggs and Sanjana Vig
    Part III. Surgical and Anesthesia Practice Management:
    18. Preoperative evaluation and management Alicia G. Kalamas
    19. Identifying bottleneck constraints to improve the preoperative evaluation process Mitchell H. Tsai, Elie Sarraf, Kyle R Kirkham and Terrence L. Trentman
    20. Anesthesia practice management Sonya Pease
    21. Defining the anesthesia value proposition Jody Locke
    22. Anesthesia billing, coding and compliance Devona Slater
    23. Postanesthetic care unit management: building a safe and efficient service Henry Liu, Longqiu Yang, Michael Green and Alan David Kaye
    24. Pain practice management Steve Waldman
    25. Office-based surgery practice Jonathan P. Eskander, Cory Roberts and Charles J. Fox, III
    26. The future of perioperative medicine Michael R. Hicks and Laurie Saletnik
    Part IV. Nursing:
    27. Operating room metrics Todd Brown
    28. Operating room staffing guidelines Todd Brown
    29. Resource management Todd Brown
    Part V. Safety, Standards, and Information Technology:
    30. The joint commission, CMS, and other standards Shermeen B. Vakharia and Zeev Kain
    31. Sedation: clinical and safety considerations Ann Bui and Richard D. Urman
    32. Medical informatics in the perioperative period Ori Gottlieb and Keith J. Ruskin
    33. Simulation as a tool to improve patient safety Valeriy Kozmenko, Lyubov Kozmenko, Melvin Wyche and Alan David Kaye
    34. Education in operating room management Sanjana Vig, Steven Boggs, Richard D. Urman and Mitchell Tsai
    35. Organizations dedicated to and current overview of enhanced recovery after surgery Bret D. Alvis, Adam B. King, Matthew D McEvoy and Jesse M. Ehrenfeld
    36. Checklist utility in the perioperative care environment Blas Catalani and Ezekiel Tayler
    37. Anesthesiology disaster management and emergency preparedness Ezekiel Tayler, Blas Catalini, Jill Cooley and Chris Sharp
    38. Novel technology for patient engagement Matthew B. Novitch, Peter A. Gold, Aiden Feng and Mark R. Jones.

  • Editors

    Alan David Kaye, Louisiana State University
    Alan David Kaye, a Rhodes Scholar state selection and national runner-up as an undergraduate, completed two B.S. degrees, one in Psychology and one in Biology, and his medical degree from the University of Arizona, School of Medicine, along with a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the Tulane School of Medicine in 1997. He did his residency training at Harvard University's Massachusetts General Hospital and at Tulane Medical Center, along with a fellowship in Pain Management at Texas Tech Medical School, in Lubbock. He is triple board certified and for six years (1999–2005), he served as Chairman and Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology at Texas Tech Medical Health Sciences Center and Professor of Pharmacology at Texas Tech Medical Center. In 2005, he became Chairman and Professor of the Department of Anesthesiology, Director of Interventional Pain Medicine, and Professor of Pharmacology at the LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans. He is one of the most prolific publishers in the field of anesthesiology worldwide, is a noted book editor and national/international lecturer, is a member of the Anesthesia and Analgesics section of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and is the editor-in-chief of the highly regarded journal Pain Physician.

    Richard D. Urman, Harvard Medical School
    Richard D. Urman is an anesthesiologist at the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) in Boston and Associate Professor of Anesthesia at Harvard Medical School. He serves as Chief of Anesthesia Services at the BWH Care Center at Chestnut Hill, and as Medical Director of Sedation for Interventional Medicine, where his responsibilities include overseeing all hospital procedural sedation areas (adults and neonates), quality assurance, education and credentialing programs. He also serves as the Director (Anesthesia) of the interdepartmental Center for Perioperative Research at BWH and directs the newly established Perioperative Medicine Fellowship. Dr Urman received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School, M.B.A. from Harvard Business School, and completed a residency in anesthesia at BIDMC/Harvard Medical School. He is a Certified Physician Executive (from AAPL). Dr Urman's specialty interests include perioperative medicine and preoperative assessment, general and regional anesthesia, sedation/anesthesia outside of the operating room, and acute pain management. His research areas encompass patient outcomes, informatics, patient safety, novel anesthetic drugs, simulation, and operating room management. He has published over 250 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and also edited over 10 books.

    Charles J. Fox, III, Louisiana State University, Shreveport
    Charles J. Fox, III is an anesthesiologist at Louisiana State University Health in Shreveport. He serves as the Professor and Chair of the Department of Anesthesiology and President and CEO of the LSUHSC Faculty Group Practice Plan. He received his M.D. from Louisiana State University Health in New Orleans and completed his anesthesiology residency training at Yale New Haven Hospital and pediatric cardiac anesthesiology fellowship at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He helped establish the Tulane Department of Anesthesiology Perioperative Management Fellowship. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and also edited over 4 books.

    Contributors

    Christoph Egger, Alex Macario, Ross Musumeci, Alan David Kaye, Charles J. Fox, III, Richard D. Urman, Michael R. Williams, Markus M. Luedi, Jonas Schnider, Frank Stueber, Shilpadevi Patil, Debbie Chandler, Elyse Cornett, David S. Silver, Douglas P. Slakey, Franklin Dexter, Richard H. Epstein, Seth Christian, Nigel N. Robertson, Judy Dahle, Pat Patterson, John J. Wellick, Thomas J. Sieber, Dietrich Doll, Juhan Paiste, John Schlitt, Thomas R. Vetter, John M. Trummel, Brenda A. Gentz, William R. Furman, Brian C. Spence, Steve Boggs, Sanjana Vig, Alicia G. Kalamas, Mitchell H. Tsai, Elie Sarraf, Kyle R. Kirkham, Terrence L. Trentman, Sonya Pease, Jody Locke, Devona Slater, Henry Liu, Longqiu Yang, Michael Green, Steve Waldman, Jonathan P. Eskander, Cory Roberts, Michael R. Hicks, Laurie Saletnik, Todd Brown, Shermeen B. Vakharia, Zeev Kain, Ann Bui, Ori Gottlieb, Keith J. Ruskin, Valeriy Kozmenko, Lyubov Kozmenko, Melvin Wyche, Steven Boggs, Mitchell Tsai, Bret D. Alvis, Adam B. King, Matthew D. McEvoy, Jesse M. Ehrenfeld, Blas Catalani, Ezekiel Tayler, Jill Cooley, Chris Sharp, Matthew B. Novitch, Peter A. Gold, Aiden Feng, Mark R. Jones

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