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Published four times per year, the objective of this online journal is to serve as a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed source of information related to the administrative, economic, operational, safety, and quality aspects of the ambulatory and in-patient operating room and interventional procedural processes. The journal will provide high-quality information and research findings on operational and system-based approaches to ensure safe, coordinated, and high-value periprocedural care. With the current focus on value in health care it is essential that there is a venue for researchers to publish articles on quality improvement process initiatives, process flow modeling, information management, efficient design, cost improvement, use of novel technologies, and management.
This journal's audience includes all groups who participate in the planning, execution, and monitoring of the periprocedural process such as medical specialists (surgeons, anesthesiologists, hospitalists), nurses, administrators, pharmacists, systems and process engineers, and other health care providers.
The Journal has no publication charges.
Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management accepts online submissions. Please visit the online submission site.