Thriving Perioperative Services Governance does not happen by accident, but rather as a result of a structured and critical thinking Surgical Services Executive Committee (SSEC). The goals of the Committee are vital to surgeons whose practices depend on successful Perioperative outcomes.
However, surgeon participation in Perioperative Governance is not always realized, resulting in surgeon frustration and poor or unsatisfactory outcomes.
Can anything be done when surgeons are reluctant to actively participate in Governance responsibilities? What are barriers to buy-in?
Soyring Consulting provides managerial and operational consulting services to healthcare facilities of all sizes, including For-profit, Not-for-profit, Community, University, and Faith-based facilities and systems. Our firm is a leader in Surgical Services, having assisted more than 400 hospitals' and healthcare facilities' Surgical Services departments.