Happy Thanksgiving to all our team members, clients, vendors, and their families.
Happy Veterans Day!
Happy Veterans Day to all who are serving or have served our country!
Thank You to the New York State Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Speaking at the “2022 Spring Conference” was a gratifying experience. A special thank you to Donna Moccio and Laurie Roderiques for the invitation to participate.
Happy National Nurses Week!
Happy National Nurses Week to all our nursing colleagues, clients, friends and family.
Victor Alves Presenting at the NYSAASC Spring Conference
OctariusRx President and Consultant Pharmacist Victor Alves is presenting “Medication Management 101 and 201: The Basic and the Advanced” at the New York State Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers Spring Conference.
How much inventory should you keep on hand?
How much inventory should you keep on hand is a frequently asked question. The answer is not always black and white, but there are some factors to consider when making this decision.
How to Avoid Antibiotic Stewardship Deficiencies
This week we are discussing best practices on how to avoid antibiotic stewardship deficiencies.
Victor Alves Presenting Live Continuing Education Program on Medication Safety
OctariusRx President and Consultant Pharmacist Victor Alves is presenting “Medication Safety and Regulatory Compliance in Ambulatory Surgery Centers”, a live continuing education program for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
The Year in Review: 2021
It’s that time of year again. Unbelievably, we are quickly approaching 2022 and it’s time to look back at of the biggest topics of 2021. Every year is full of actionable headlines to consider and challenges to overcome. Our goal is to help our clients navigate successfully though the important issues of the ever-changing healthcare landscape. Below is a summary of the top ten topics that generated the most questions and interest in 2021.
Our Christmas Wish List for Better Surveys
Our Christmas Wish list is succinct this year. After enduring nearly two years on the COVID-19 rollercoaster, we have become more grateful for the more modest things in life. This week we are discussing simple things facilities can ask Santa for that would make surveys easier. What’s on your list?