Determining if an Orthopedic Robotic Program Is Right for Your Surgical Suite

Wed. September 19| 8:15 AM - 9:30 AM |

After this session you’ll be able to:
1. Understand hohw the interest in an orthopedic robotic program may evolve within your team.
2. Develop a process for assessing the viability of an orthopedic robotic surgery program in your facility.
3. Discuss tools for measuring the success of an orthopedic robotic program

Why this is important:
Surgical robotic procedures have been on the healthcare horizon for the past few decades. Developing a robotics program requires vision, financial resources, and a team approach. As the use of robots in surgery advances, what considerations need to be taken in regard to introducing such procedures into your OR? Attend this session to develop skills to understand and evaluate the market while managing the purchasing process, assessing operating costs, and determining program viability. Join Butler and Cutler as they share their experience as a community hospital exploring and evaluating their implementation of a total joint robotic surgery program.

CSSM

Track: General Interest Track

Registration Type: All Access Pass, OR Manager Conference Only


Speakers

Deborah Butler, MSN, MBA, RN, CNOR

Deborah Butler, MSN, MBA, RN, CNOR

Executive Director Perioperative Services

Torrance Memorial Medical Center

Role: Speaker

Phillip Cutler, MHA

Phillip Cutler, MHA

Director Supply Chain Operations

Torrance Memorial Medical Center

Role: Speaker