Webinar | Avoiding Impacts to Operations in Ambulatory Care Settings

November 18, 2020 | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET


As surgical instruments and equipment in ambulatory care settings become increasingly more complex, so does the risk of problems related to their maintenance and proper sterilization. But systemic problems that can cause non-compliance, shutdowns or harm to patients are avoidable.

Join ECRI and oneSOURCE as we partner to deliver an educational session focused on best practices related to:

  • Safety precautions to minimize equipment contamination
  • Maintaining up-to-date IFUs and sterilization protocols
  • How to avoid equipment failure due to nonuse, lack of preventive maintenance, expired materials, and damaged or lost accessories.

Agenda & Speakers

Travis Horstman

Biomedical Account Manager, Security+, oneSOURCE

Gail Horvath, MSN, RN, CNOR, CRCST

Patient Safety Analyst/Consultant IV, ECRI

Tim Gibson

Manager, Healthcare Product Alerts Customer Relations, ECRI

Scott Lucas

Director, Accident & Forensic Investigation, Accident and Forensic Investigation, ECRI


Register today to join us for an expert discussion on how personnel can safely manage equipment to avoid having to suspend operations due to patient safety, accreditation, or compliance issues.