Franklin Dexter mainly focuses on Surgery, Anesthesia, Operations management, Staffing and Workload. His Surgery study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Block, Schedule, Overtime and Statistics. His research integrates issues of Ambulatory, Ischemia and Confidence interval in his study of Anesthesia.
His studies deal with areas such as Contribution margin, Health economy, Block and Variable cost as well as Operations management. His work deals with themes such as Schedule, Pacu, Revenue and Anesthesiology, which intersect with Staffing. Franklin Dexter has researched Workload in several fields, including Observational study, Incidence, Elective Surgical Procedure and Operating room management.
Anesthesia, Surgery, Operations management, Confidence interval and Emergency medicine are his primary areas of study. Franklin Dexter interconnects Observational study and Ischemia in the investigation of issues within Anesthesia. His research on Surgery often connects related areas such as Operating room management.
His work in Operations management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Staffing. His Staffing study combines topics in areas such as Workload and Pacu. His work carried out in the field of Anesthesiology brings together such families of science as Family medicine and Medical education.
Franklin Dexter mostly deals with Anesthesia, Emergency medicine, Confidence interval, Cohort study and Anesthesiology. His research in Anesthesia focuses on subjects like Retrospective cohort study, which are connected to Payment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Observational study, Incidence, Operating room management, Workload and Perioperative in addition to Emergency medicine.
His studies in Confidence interval integrate themes in fields like Odds ratio, Ambulatory and Cronbach's alpha. His Ambulatory study is focused on Surgery in general. His Anesthesiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Breastfeeding, Staffing and Family medicine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Anesthesia, Cohort study, Emergency medicine, Incidence and Perioperative. Franklin Dexter specializes in Anesthesia, namely Anesthesiology. His Cohort study research incorporates themes from Outpatient surgery, Observational study and Surgery.
Franklin Dexter studies Ambulatory Surgical Procedure which is a part of Surgery. His research in Emergency medicine intersects with topics in Workload, Specialty, Gastrointestinal endoscopy and Operating room management. His work focuses on many connections between Perioperative and other disciplines, such as Infection control, that overlap with his field of interest in Terminal cleaning and Bioburden.
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An Operating Room Scheduling Strategy to Maximize the Use of Operating Room Block Time: Computer Simulation of Patient Scheduling and Survey of Patients' Preferences for Surgical Waiting Time
Franklin Dexter;Alex Macario;Rodney D. Traub;Margaret Hopwood.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (1999)
The impact of service-specific staffing, case scheduling, turnovers, and first-case starts on anesthesia group and operating room productivity: a tutorial using data from an Australian hospital.
Catherine McIntosh;Franklin Dexter;Richard H Epstein.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (2006)
How to schedule elective surgical cases into specific operating rooms to maximize the efficiency of use of operating room time.
Franklin Dexter;Rodney D. Traub.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (2002)
Perioperative COVID-19 Defense: An Evidence-Based Approach for Optimization of Infection Control and Operating Room Management.
Franklin Dexter;Michelle C. Parra;Jeremiah R. Brown;Randy W. Loftus.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (2020)
Analysis of Strategies to Decrease Postanesthesia Care Unit Costs
Franklin Dexter;John H. Tinker.
Analysis of statistical tests to compare visual analog scale measurements among groups.
Franklin Dexter;David H. Chestnut.
Making management decisions on the day of surgery based on operating room efficiency and patient waiting times.
Franklin Dexter;Richard H Epstein;Rodney D Traub;Yan Xiao.
Which Algorithm for Scheduling Add-on Elective Cases Maximizes Operating Room Utilization? Use of Bin Packing Algorithms and Fuzzy Constraints in Operating Room Management
Franklin Dexter;Alex Macario;Rodney D. Traub.
Development of a measure of patient satisfaction with monitored anesthesia care: the Iowa Satisfaction with Anesthesia Scale.
Franklin Dexter;John Aker;Will A. Wright.
Operating room managers' use of integer programming for assigning block time to surgical groups: a case study.
John T. Blake;Franklin Dexter;Joan Donald.
Anesthesia & Analgesia (2002)
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