Can Operating Theatres Be Consistently Utilised for 95 Percent of the Planned Time?

According to evidence collected from several NHS Trusts, yes - and this can be achieved consistently and across a wide range of surgical specialties.


In November, a seminar worth attending is “How to consistently achieve 95%+ Operating Theatre Utilisation”. Clinical and managerial NHS speakers, from a range of NHS Trusts will share the details of their experiences and the impressive operating theatre improvement results achieved from implementing ATOM – a proven scientific approach to Operating Theatre Optimisation.

Taking place in Westminster in central London on the 26th, the seminar will deliver insight and tips using current case studies from multiple hospitals and surgical specialties - across a range of operating specialities.

With clinically sound science at its heart, together with a range of transformation methods and staff engagement frameworks, Jim Hearn, Dr Tim Franklin and the team at Alturos have developed ATOM (Alturos Theatre Optimisation Model) over a number of years and this has successfully transformed theatre utilisation and capacity.

For more information about the NHS speakers or to book your place on the seminar visit: www.alturos.co.uk/events



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The Operating Theatre Journal, OTJ, is published monthly and distributed to every hospital operating theatre department in the UK. The distribution includes both the National Health Service and the Private Sector.

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