Events and Resources for OR Managers

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We invite you to explore events and resources designed to support your most critical cost, quality and outcomes needs. And don’t forget to visit the reimbursement section of this site for specific reimbursement resources.


Complexities of Surgical Instrument and Endoscope Reprocessing
CE credits - 1 Contact Hour
Thursday, October 22, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST

The Affordable Care Act: How Healthcare Reform Is Impacting Your Hospital
This informative webinar, presented by two “Washington insiders,” will provide an overview and update on the ACA and the related Medicare Quality Programs that are impacting your hospital’s inpatient reimbursement.
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ICD-9 to ICD-10 PCS Conversion

Prepare for the ICD-10 conversion by viewing this complimentary on-demand webinar.
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Recent Events

Increasing Your OR Efficiency Workshop

OR Manager Workshop sponsored by Boston Scientific on hot topics for OR managers, business managers, and directors to provide an update on staffing, supply chain management, and endoscope reprocessing.

  • The OR Supply Chain – Taking it to the Next Level
    William J. Bailey, Sullivan Healthcare Consulting

  • Staffing to Demand to Improve On Time Starts, Case Length and Turnover Times
    Alecia Torrance, RN, BS, MBA, CNOR

  • Complexities of Surgical Instrument Reprocessing
    Mark Duro, CRCST, FCS, IAHCSMM Approved Instructor, Director of Sterile Processing Operations, New England Baptist Hospital

September 14, 2015, Westin Boston Waterfront

Additional Resources

Protect Your Flexible Ureteroscopes

Unlike traditional flat-tip laser fibers, the ball-shape tip of the Flexiva™ TracTip Single-Use Laser Fiber allows the fiber to pass through a fully deflected scope without damaging the ureteroscope liner or optics.1

Learn More About FlexivaTM TracTip Laser Fibers


1. Bench test results on file with Boston Scientific. Bench testing results may not necessarily be indicative of clinical performance.