SCOREing patient safety with a proactive approach

July 2015
OR Manager;7/1/2015, p24
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The article focuses on Joan Dawson, service line manager for operating room (OR) anesthesia and surgery center services, and Ann Gilligan-Maruca, assistant nurse manager for OR, anesthesia and surgery center services at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, who will be presenters at the OR Manager Conference on October 7-9, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. They talk about the Safe Care in the OR Everytime (SCORE) project to raise awareness about a team-based approach in process improvements.


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