Cone Health: Creating Extreme Efficiencies in Surgical Services
Wayne McFatter RN, MSN, CNOR, RFNA, Executive Director Perioperative Service, Cone Health
Sharon McCarter RN, BSN, Executive Director Perioperative Service, Cone Health
Cam Sexton Chief Executive Officer, RelayOne
Wayne has been in operative services at Cone Health since 1990 from a Surgical Technologist to Staff nurse, and on to varying levels of leadership. Currently, as the executive director, he co-manages 7 campuses, including 3 surgery centers. As the executive director he and his colleague focus on financial viability, surgical workflows, enhanced technology and the challenges faced in healthcare today.
With the exception of her first year of nursing, Sharon has been in operative services since 1983 from a staff nurse to varying levels of leadership. Currently, as the executive director, she co-manages 7 campuses, including 3 surgery centers. As the executive director she and her colleague focus on financial viability, surgical workflows, enhanced technology and the challenges faced in healthcare today.
Cam has over 10 years of experience across multiple roles in both the healthcare and healthcare IT sectors. He began his career as a medical device sales professional, where he spent time working in the operating rooms covering surgical cases. From there he held leadership roles in enterprise software sales before founding multiple startups. In his current role as Founder & CEO, he is responsible for overall leadership and strategic direction of RelayOne.
From surgeon and perioperative team satisfaction to better optimization of their 70+ operating and procedural rooms, Cone Health has embraced innovative, mobile technologies to improve the performance of their surgical services.
Join Cone Health’s Wayne McFatter, RN, MSN, CNOR, RFNA, and Sharon McCarter, RN, BSN, Co-Directors of Perioperative Services at North Carolina’s award-winning health system on December 9, 1:30 p.m. ET as they discuss how they have empowered the entire surgical care team, including vendor representatives, to get real-time access to surgery schedules and case requirements in the palm of their hand.
And as most hospitals struggle to balance surgical staffing shortages with operating room-optimization initiatives during these dynamic times, attendees will walk away with fresh ideas and practical guidance on how to improve the financial and clinical performance of their surgical services.
Attendees will also hear from RelayOne CEO Cam Sexton as he reveals the top trends captured in a recent independent study, sponsored by RelayOne, of 100 hospital leaders from across the country regarding their operating room optimization plans for 2022.