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No More Empty Beds - Outpatient Surgery Magazine - February 2020

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col went into effect, every member of the OR staff received compre- hensive training on the change. "We make the details of our available irrigation options a focus of our education for new orientees," says Ms. Soper. "It's now one of the skills competencies we measure." Slow and steady In many cases, such a small-scale approach is the best way to make big change happen. "Everyone can't afford to do a complete overhaul of their compounding practices," says Christopher Smalley, RPh, MS, MBA, a pharmaceutical and compounding pharmacy consultant with ValSource in Suburban Philadelphia. "People are generally resistant to change, so it's best to start a pilot program, make small changes in your processes and find glitches in the system."

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