Episode 079 – ASC Podcast with John Goehle – Special Christmas Episode and Reflections on 2019 with AHS Staff – December 22, 2019

On this special Christmas episode of the ASC Podcast with John Goehle, the Staff of Ambulatory Healthcare Strategies gathers for the Winter Retreat and discusses the takeaways from 2019 and sings a special ambulatory surgery version of the 12 Days of Christmas.  

The ASC Podcast with John Goehle and the Staff of Ambulatory Healthcare Strategies and Eden Group Development wish you a happy Holiday Season.

You can watch a fun video of the recording session on Youtube.

 

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Here are the lyrics to our special version of the 12 Days of Christmas:

The 12 Days of Christmas (Ambulatory Surgery Version)

By Judie D’Ambrosio

On the first day of survey my Center gave to me a patient with M-R-S-A

On the second day of survey my Center gave to me two misplaced charts and a patient with M-R-S-A

On the third day of survey my Center gave to me three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with M-R-S-A

On the fourth day of survey my Center gave to me four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the fifth day of survey my Center gave to me FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four
grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the sixth day of survey my Center gave to me six Zol’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the seventh day of survey my Center gave to me, seven cell phones ringing, six Zol’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the eight day of survey my Center gave to me, eight nurses quitting, seven cell phones ringing, six Zoll’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the ninth day of survey my Center gave to me, nine patients puking, eight nurses quitting, seven cell phones ringing, six Zoll’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four
grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the tenth day of survey my Center gave to me, ten doctors screaming, nine patients puking, eight nurses quitting, seven cell phones ringing, six Zoll’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the eleventh day of survey my Center gave to me, eleven IVs blowing, ten doctors screaming, nine patients puking, eight nurses quitting, seven cell phones ringing, six Zoll’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA

On the twelfth day of survey my Center gave to me, twelve no show patients, eleven IVs blowing, ten doctors screaming, nine patients puking, eight nurses quitting, seven cell phones ringing, six Zoll’s a beeping, FIVE UNWASHED HANDS, four grievances, three patient falls, two misplaced charts and a patient with MRSA