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ReadySet Surgical Launches RS Capture to help Hospitals Eliminate Billing Discrepancies for Implantable Medical Devices

New application delivers guaranteed savings through automated “bill-only” charge reconciliation, streamlining implant supply chain management ReadySet Surgical today announced the launch of RS Capture, enhancing the Company’s cloud-based, end-to-end platform to...

Webinar Addresses Reusable Medical Devices

The OR Today Webinar Series continues to deliver valuable insights. “Getting the Most Out of Your Reusable Medical Devices” presented by Kevin Anderson, BSN, RN, CNOR, CSSM, CRCST, CHL, CIS, CER, was a hit with attendees. It was also eligible for one (1) continuing...

Ultrapotent compound may help treat C. diff, reduce recurrence

Clostridioides difficile, or C. diff, is the leading cause of health care-associated infection in the U.S. Only two antibiotics, vancomycin and fidaxomicin, are FDA-approved for the treatment of C. diff, but even these therapies suffer from high treatment failure and...

Tampa General Hospital, Philips announce partnership

The seven-year agreement will upgrade technology throughout the hospital and improve efficiency Tampa General Hospital (TGH) and Royal Philips announced they are creating a long-term strategic partnership designed to keep Tampa General Hospital at the forefront of...

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Commanding and Collaborative Motivations

Commanding and Collaborative Motivations

By Daniel Bobinski Do you prefer stepping up and assuming leadership positions, or do you prefer a supporting role? This article is the fifth in a series about the six learned (extrinsic) motivators. The first installment examined the different ways people are...

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The Different Ways People Give to Others

The Different Ways People Give to Others

By Daniel Bobinski What motivates you to give? Do you give for the satisfaction of being generally helpful, or do you give for specific reasons? This article is the fourth in a series about the six learned (extrinsic) motivators. The first installment examined the...

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The Impact of Harmony vs. Practicality

The Impact of Harmony vs. Practicality

By Daniel Bobinski Did you know that people can be motivated – or demotivated – simply by their surroundings? This article is the third in a series about the six learned (extrinsic) motivators. In the first installment, I examined the different ways people are...

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Money Can Motivate, but Often it Doesn’t

Money Can Motivate, but Often it Doesn’t

By Daniel Bobinski I’m guessing you’ve heard it said that people are motivated by money. Sadly, it’s a belief held by too many managers and supervisors. I say it’s sad is because that statement isn’t true for everyone. In fact, it’s true for less than 40 percent of...

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An Overview of Learned Motivators

An Overview of Learned Motivators

By Daniel Bobinski What drives us to do what we do? Many social scientists say there are two types of drivers; extrinsic and intrinsic. Personally, I preferred the terms learned and natural, as I think they’re easier to understand that way. This month, I want to...

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