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september, 2014

18sep2:00 pmCase Study on Surgical Instrument Service Consolidation / Internalization

Event Details

The 75 minute webinar will feature Frank Cabrera, CBET of Banner Health. Frank Cabrera has 20+ years in Clinical Engineering leadership positions.
 
In this presentation Frank will discuss how to “think outside the box” and add value to the Clinical Engineering departments by looking for ways to reduce contracted expense for nontraditional Clinical Engineering service lines.
 
Some highlights of the presentation will include:
– Expense realignment process
– Creation of Key Stakeholder committee “herding cats”
– Risk-shared partnership with vendor with the end goal of reducing outsourced service expense for surgical instruments, rigid endoscopes, flexible endoscopes, and surgical power tools. Target to reduce expense by 15% from baseline
– Partnership Value adds
 
OR Today would like to thank our sponsor Surgical Services Summit!
 
The 2014 Surgical Services Summit brings together perioperative leaders for a dynamic event that fosters solution-making for the prevailing challenges, regulations and culture changes facing professionals called on to manage the business of the surgical suite and the care for patients entering their facility. The era of value-based care is causing disruptive changes in the surgical setting, requiring today’s leaders to deploy new practices and strategies. The Summit offers you a unique opportunity to network with influential leaders who are actively seeking services and solutions to improve performance at their facilities. 
 
Visit www.surgicalservicessummit.com for more information. 
 
 
You can download the PowerPoint presentation from this webinar below.
 

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