Case Study

Perioperative services optimization positions Ogden Regional for significant volume growth - without expanding space or staff.

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Growing your service lines within your organization's existing space and staff constraints is a difficult challenge to undertake in today's healthcare environment. What should you do first: expand your capacity or your procedural volume? This was just one of the questions that officials at Ogden Regional Medical Center had been struggling with for some time, with their eye on meeting northern Utah's rising demand for orthopedic, cardiovascular, thoracic, robotic, neurology, and urology surgical procedures. The facility was almost performing 6,500 procedures per year with a structural capacity of seven rooms; however, with 89% of the surgical schedule blocked, there was almost no room to accommodate growth. Read more to find out how Ogden Regional Medical Center optimized their block schedule to allow for increased volume, OR utilization, and incremental revenue.

For additional information please see:
Blog: Your Anesthesia Model: Open or Closed?
Blog: I'm late, I'm late, for a very important date
Self Assessment Tool: Perioperative Assessment Tool
Blog: A New Era of Tight Capacity, Part 1 of a 3-Part Series


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