Anesthetic medicine wastage in the operating room [Name of Writer] [Name of Institution] Introduction (This proposal/business plan is to analyze the amount of anaesthetic drug wastage in operating rooms as well as the financial implications to the hospital due to wastage of drugs and suggest appropriate steps to prevent it) Anyone going to an operating room (do you mean anyone going to surgery?) would be awed by the amazing (its not amazing it’s the complete opposite) measure of rubbish (I don’t like the use of rubbish (I would like this first paragraph/intro to explain a few important points 1) explain/make the reader aware that hospital Operating rooms generate approx.. 20-30% of total hospital waste. 2) explain that Drug wastage represents a significant portion of the entire anesthesia and that The reason most cited for drug waste was disposal of full or partially full syringes) of delivered even following a of remifentanil versus alfentanil-based total intravenous anesthesia (TIVA). Journal of clinical anesthesia 14(3) 161-168. Rosenberg M. K. Bridge P. & Brown M. (1994). Expense comparison: a desflurane-versus a propofol-based general anesthetic technique.Anesthesia & Analgesia 79(5) 852-855. Sherman J. Le C. Lamers V. & Eckelman M. (2012). Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of anesthetic medicines. Anesthesia & Analgesia 114(5) 1086-1090. Smith I. (2001). Expense considerations in the use of anaesthetic medicines.Pharmacoeconomics 19(5) 469-481. Teeple Jr E. (1999). U.S. Patent No. 5 925 014. Washington DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Watcha M. F. & White P. F. (1997). Original Investigations of anesthetic practice. The Journal of the American Society of Anesthesiologists 86(5) 1170-1196. Weinbroum A. A. Ekstein P. & Ezri T. (2003). Efficiency of the operating room suite. The American Journal of Surgery 185(3) 244-250. Weinger M. B. (2001). Medicine wastage contributes significantly to the expense of routine anesthesia care. Journal of clinical anesthesia 13(7) 491-497. [...]
Participant will identify a business case/ cost analysis or business plan framework applicable to an actual/ potential practice (DNP students) or research (PhD students) project. Provide an overview of the framework with rationale (why and how it applies to the specific project). Utilizing a minimum of two research articles related to this particular framework, explain how this framework pertains to the development of your project proposal by integrating or using an example with your discussion. Utilizing the business case/ cost analysis or business plan framework identified, develop a business plan/ analysis for your identified project. This proposal should include: • introduction with project description • overview of framework with rationale • evidence-based research • financial analysis pertinent to the framework. • Integrate into the executive summary a discussion of how this particular project ‘fits’ in the current health care environment in terms of access, quality, and/ or cost.