PERFORMING the day's operations in a brisk and efficient manner increases owner satisfaction, improves practice turnover and reduces costs. Managing a surgical list to juggle all priorities is a skill in itself, and frequently makes the difference between a busy, happy day and a frantic, hectic one. Here, Colin Whiting identifies some of the pitfalls and suggests solutions to quell the pain of overly busy operating days.
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