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Virtual Events on Creating a Nurse-Centric Supply Chain

4 Minute Read | We’re inviting AORN attendees to join us for four exclusive virtual panel discussions to hear OR and procedural area supply chain improvement tips from industry experts. Read below to learn more about the AORN events and key learning objectives.

Attendees will also be entered into a raffle for a Google Home!

1. The Cost of Expired/Recalled Supplies: Patient Safety and Margins in Jeopardy

Optimize your processes and proactively identify problems

Each year, we perform nearly 800 inventory counts across the country, and we’ve found that nearly all of our hospital partners are storing numerous expired and recalled products. This session’s panelists will discuss:

  • How expired/recalled items present patient safety risks, create compliance problems, and result in significant waste
  • Real examples of the high cost of expired/recalled items within hospitals
  • How hospitals and nurse leaders can more proactively identify expired/recalled items
  • Session followed by a live Q&A with Syft’s clinical and inventory experts
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2. How to Streamline Your Tissue/Biologics Supply Capture and Documentation Process

Improve efficiency, safety, and compliance

Most hospitals struggle with cumbersome tissue and biologic management processes. There’s a better way! This session will explore:

  • How to create safer workflows
  • How to create more efficient workflows
  • How to create more compliant workflows
  • Session followed by a live Q&A hosted by Syft’s Vice President, Clinical Solutions
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3. Preference Cards — What a Pain!

How hospitals can optimize preference cards to improve nurse workflows and satisfaction

A recent survey of 100 frontline OR nurses and OR leaders found that only 3% said their hospital’s preference cards are always accurate. This is a huge source of dissatisfaction for nurses and surgeons. This session’s panelists will discuss:

  • Top challenges nurses face with inaccurate preference cards
  • How optimizing preference cards can improve nurse efficiency
  • The steps hospitals can take to make improvements
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4. Four Reasons Your Hospital Needs a New Decedent Management/Organ Harvesting Approach

Improve efficiency, enhance compliance, support patients’ families, and save more lives

Hospitals’ processes for managing patients after death tend to be arduous and inefficient. It doesn’t need to be that way! This session’s panelists will discuss how a new approach to decedent management leads to:

  • More efficient workflows
  • Reduced risk and enhanced compliance
  • More organ donations
  • Session followed by a Q&A
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How to Attend

The live presentations will be exclusive for AORN attendees. Registration for the events will open on Saturday, August 7th on the AORN virtual conference platform. To save your spot, visit the Syft virtual booth and you will find a listing of all of our live presentations or you can click the direct link above to register. Once you have registered, you can add the event to your calendar (i.e., Outlook, iCal, or Gmail).

If you are unable to join the live presentations, complete the form below to request the on-demand recordings.

Whitney St. Pierre Chief Marketing Officer

Whitney St. Pierre has nearly 20 years’ experience fulfilling various marketing leadership roles in the technology industry. In her current role as Chief Marketing Officer, Whitney has oversight of all aspects of marketing including strategy, branding, product marketing, sales enablement, and communications to name a few.

Prior to joining Syft, Whitney was the Director of Marketing for Extension Healthcare. During her 8 years there, she was instrumental in a major rebranding initiative that helped to propel the company’s growth. Having become the leader in the clinical communication and collaboration market, Extension Healthcare was acquired by Vocera Communications in 2016.

Whitney earned a BS from Auburn University in 2001 with a concentration on business and marketing. She now lives in Nashville, TN with her husband and two children and is an accomplished artist.

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