Surgery Scheduling in the Perioperative Planning: A preliminary study of a surgical readiness in a general hospital in South Korea
- Surgery Scheduling in the Perioperative Planning: A preliminary study of a surgical readiness in a general hospital in South Korea
- 리사 위야르탄티; 박면웅; 임춘학; 권규현
- Surgical Planning; Scheduling; Surgical rediness; safety; efficiency; scheduling framework; communication; perioperative planning
- Issue Date
- 2013 13th International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems (ICCAS 2013)
- The operating room as part of the surgery department in the hospital spends significant operation cost of the
whole organization, and to maximizing its occupancy rate is needed to optimize the operation cost. Thus, efficient and
effective scheduling system is needed. The authors suggest that a flexible scheduling framework and communication
between stakeholders become two influenced aspects for a better surgery scheduling in the perioperative planning. The
framework considers the patients’ evaluation process during the perioperative period, as of the communication may
affect the surgical teamwork performance and the patient safety. It is believed that an effective design of operating room
scheduling system can be developed to support the decision making process, thus implicate to the better continuity
planning during the perioperative period and increasing the stakeholders’ satisfaction.
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