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Perioperative Services

Operating Rooms are the engine of a health care system and its financial success is built around effective Perioperative Services. These services contribute nearly 65% to the bottom line. Therefore, for facility leadership under tremendous pressure to improve financial performance, it is imperative to improve performance within the operating room environment.

FTI Consulting applies a systematic approach to increase OR capacity and growth by implementing comprehensive solutions inside and outside the OR. FTI’s goal is to increase patient, physician and staff satisfaction while improving quality and improving bottom line results for the hospital or health system.

FTI consulting has successfully enhanced Perioperative performance for healthcare systems of various sizes by improving most critical operational aspects: Schedule Management, Preoperative Process Management, Postoperative Process Management and Support Services Management.

The Perioperative Services team of FTI Consulting is composed of experts with many years of experience within the perioperative continuum, health care strategy and technology management.

Our Perioperative Experts assess and implement solutions related to:

  • Strategic Perioperative volume growth
  • Service line development
  • Capacity management
  • Throughput/Performance improvement
  • Day of surgery cancellation reduction
  • Pre-surgical testing
  • OR benchmarking
  • Dashboards and reporting
  • Information System efficiency
  • Block management and scheduling
  • Surgeon scorecards
  • Policies, procedures, and guidelines
  • Interim management
  • Preference card management
  • Surgeon OR access
  • OR schedule management
  • Anesthesiology Service evaluation
  • Sterile processing
  • Instrument, equipment and supply availability
  • Materials management and value analysis
  • Collaborative governance structure development
  • Patient outcomes
  • Physician, staff, and patient satisfaction
  • Surgical experience and communication
  • Multidisciplinary service line coordination
  • Postoperative/PACU throughput
  • Standardized perioperative processes
  • Health system perioperative alignment
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