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Marking Madness - April 2013 - Subscribe

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OSM560-April_DIGITAL_Layout 1 4/5/13 2:31 PM Page 111 nially, so patients don't have to be repositioned mid-procedure using wedge pillows. Radiolucent tables can cost as little as $4,000 and as much as $13,000, but typically run between $7,000 and $10,000. 4. Injection trays. Manufacturers offer stock epidural or pain injection trays, but your docs might want additional items included. To save money, buy the items requested by specific surgeons separately, such as particular syringes, needles or gloves. Instead of filling injection trays with unique items, include generic medical supplies such as drapes, sponges and medicine cups. OSM Mr. Schroeder (mschroeder@surgery-partners.com) is vice president of operations with Surgery Partners in Tampa, Fla., and former director of a single-specialty interventional pain facility. A P R I L 2 013 | O U T PAT I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E | 1 1 1

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