Practical Operating Theatre Management
Measuring and Improving Performance and Patient Experience
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- Editor: Jaideep J. Pandit, Oxford University Hospitals
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Distilling the ideas central to managing operating theatres, this book provides a practical and easy to use toolkit to improve theatre efficiency and patient outcomes. It advocates using time as the key measurement and proposes a new norm of operating theatre management based on rational, data-driven principles. Notions of 'efficiency' and 'scheduling' are clearly defined, and a scheduling toolkit available to download accompanies the work. The book's easy to use format supports managers in list planning, performance monitoring and demand-capacity matching while considering limited budgets and resources. It includes contributions from around the world, demonstrating the global application of its core approach. Aimed primarily at operating theatre managers, this book will also interest consultants, senior trainees, nurses and administrators who are involved in the daily running of the operating theatre and/or want to develop their leadership/managerial skills.Read more
- Offers a new perspective using 'time' as the relevant statistic, and provides a rational, tactical and problem-solving approach to case scheduling, monitoring performance and demand-capacity matching
- Provides balanced solutions to dilemmas that arise from conflicting demands and pressures, demonstrating how to easily resolve conflicts to ensure patient safety, improve patient outcome and maximise efficiency of resources
- Cost reduction in hospitals focuses on operating theatres, and this book provides topical and easy-to-use toolkits to plan lists, monitor performance and determine needed capacity with minimal effort or prior experience
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- Date Published: October 2018
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108693493
- contains: 92 b/w illus. 21 tables
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Table of Contents
Foreword Andy Hardy
1. Introduction and scope of book Jaideep J. Pandit
2. Defining 'efficiency' Jaideep J. Pandit
3. Defining 'productivity' Jaideep J. Pandit
4. Case scheduling Jaideep J. Pandit
5. Capacity planning Jaideep J. Pandit
6. Staffing and contracts Jaideep J. Pandit
7. Theatre finances Jaideep J. Pandit
8. Pre-operative patient preparation Jaideep J. Pandit
9. Operating theatre management in New Zealand Cameron C. R. Buchanan
10. Operating theatre management in Japan Yoshinori Nakata
11. Operating theatre management in two European countries André van Zundert and Thomas Sieber
12. Operating theatre management in Australia André van Zundert
13. Operating theatre management in the United States Emily B. Goldenberg and Alex Macario
14. Clinical governance and safety in theatres Meghana Pandit
15. Summary and overview Peter H. J. Müller
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