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Updated February 2020
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Even though their tools and equipment touch nearly every surgical patient in the world, how much do you really know about the people, processes, and products used in the Sterile Processing industry? Beyond Clean offers a creative look into the inner workings of a healthcare industry surrounded by challenges, disrupted by change, and committed to getting it right -- every instrument, every time. The team at Beyond Clean will bring on some of the biggest names in surgical instrument reprocessi ...
 
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In 2011, Christina Fast, an internationally certified Sterile Processing Educator, volunteered on the Africa Mercy—the world’s largest floating hospital. While docked in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Christina visited the sterile processing department of a local healthcare facility where she witnessed health care workers responsible for reprocessing surg…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan Neumann is joined by his collaborator Sam Falco and special guest, Michael McGreevy! Michael is an Enterprise Agile Coach at Grow Financial and is a Certified Scrum Professional, Agile Leader, and Scrum@Scale Practitioner. A couple of episodes back, Christy Erbeck shared some of her beliefs and understanding around the…
 
On this episode, we talk about male hypogonadism and testosterone replacement therapy. We review some background testosterone biochemistry concepts. We then discuss the various testosterone formulations and provide a few clinical pearls. The two Medscape articles below have some great information if you want a more in-depth explanation: https://eme…
 
If you’ve ever been a new hire in the sterile processing department, this week’s Beyond Clean podcast interview may bring back some, we’ll just say interesting, memories. We’re talking about the onboarding process and setting sterile processing professionals up for success from day one. Our guest, William Bryant, discusses the topic of getting onbo…
 
In this week’s podcast, Dan Neumann is speaking with Charlie Guse, the lead organizer for the Global Game Jam event in South Bend, Indiana. And today, they’re talking about going from zero to game in 48 hours! With Agile teams — especially Scrum teams — they’ve got the notion of creating an increment within a timebox in Scrum between 1-4 weeks. Tho…
 
On this episode, we discuss the 2019 novel Coronavirus outbreak. We review some background and the origin of the outbreak. We also summarize some of the data provided by the CDC as well as the information that the CDC published for healthcare professionals. The summary from the CDC can be found at the link below: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/201…
 
Two words: Shift wars. Each shift in a hospital department is riddled with interpersonal dynamics but the interplay between shifts is a topic we are finally shining a well-deserved light on. It's something that is a reality for many healthcare professionals and on this week's episode of Beyond Clean, we talk to 2nd shift Sterile Processing leader, …
 
This week, Sam Falco is hosting the podcast once again! He’s invited on his colleague and friend, Adam Ulery, who is a Senior Agile Coach at AgileThought. Adam is a perpetually curious, continuous learner who is always willing to encourage others to try new things (as he very often does himself). He is very focused on helping organizations clarify …
 
On this episode, we are joined by Sharon Dickow. Sharon is a P4 student at Wayne State University College of Pharmacy. We discuss uremic pruritus which is a prevalent symptom in CKD patients undergoing hemodialysis. We review the pathophysiology as well as various treatment options available. We also give an overview of the data surrounding a treat…
 
You wake up this morning, grab your cup of coffee and head into work. You get there to greet a new department- one that you have very little familiarity with- the Sterile Processing Department. You have a couple of days to observe the state of affairs and then congratulations the department is yours to manage! What would your strategy be? How would…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan Neumann is joined by AgileThought colleague and return guest, Eric Landes! Eric Landes comes from a DevOps background and originally started as a developer. Currently, he serves as a Senior DevOps Consultant, ALM Director, and Solutions Architect at AgileThought. In today’s episode, Dan and Eric are discussing organiza…
 
On this episode, we discuss a few tips and tricks for treating resistant hypertension that can be utilized before adding additional medications. We review the recently published article on bedtime dosing for antihypertensive medications as well as several others. If you have any questions for myself or Cole, reach out to us on any of the following:…
 
As healthcare professionals, we go to great lengths to make sure that our Operating Rooms are safe and that the sterility of medical devices is maintained to prevent harm to patients. What if, after all that effort, the culprit for spreading illness is actually your HVAC system? A potential breeding ground for biological growth, mold and mildew, th…
 
On today’s podcast, Dan Neumann is joined once again by Christy Erbeck! Christy is a principal transformation consultant at AgileThought and a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. She has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international consulting, training and coaching, and working in both software development and non-product-focused envi…
 
On October 1, 2017 a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers on Route 91 in Las Vegas, Nevada. 10 minutes later the deadliest mass shooting in US history had transpired within the blink of an eye. Little did this week's podcast guest know that the training he pursued in the military and surgical services would set him up for success finding o…
 
This week on Agile Coaches’ Corner, Sam Falco is taking over the podcast! He’s gathered up some interesting questions on the topic of Scrum through Quora and will be going through them one by one to give his insights and key points regarding each! Tune in to hear Sam’s take on what the purpose and benefits are of a daily Scrum meeting, the best way…
 
It stands a little over five feet tall, increases sterilization efficiencies and saves time and money. Yes, it could be your new best friend- it’s the SteriCUBE and on this week’s release of the Beyond Clean Vendor Spotlight series, we talk to Michele Mauzerall, CEO and Managing Partner at PMBS, LLC and Progressive Sterilization, LLC about the bene…
 
When a problem strikes in Sterile Processing or the Operating Room that puts a patient at risk, the knee jerk reaction is to what? To fire the person responsible. In this first episode of Season 7 we talk with a mathematics major on a full scholarship-turned-Sterile Processing leader about the cultural shift that needs to happen in order to make la…
 
This episode is a follow-up to our discuss on general depression and the STAR*D trial. We review the algorithm created by Dr. David Osser and colleagues at Harvard Medical. The Pubmed article can be found at the following link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30614886 If you have any questions for myself or Cole, reach out to us on any of the f…
 
Welcome to the first episode of 2020! In this first episode back into the new year, Dan Neumann will be taking a look at organizational culture. It’s often said in the Agile community that the culture has to change within an organization for Agile to take place. When it is thought of like that, changing culture can be a pretty tall order. But in Wi…
 
Regulators want it, healthcare facilities want it, medical device manufacturers want it...what if surgical instrument validation was actually geared toward a specific standard protocol? This re-released Season 1 episode features one of the biggest names in sterile processing, Ralph Basile, who talks with Justin Poulin, Michael Matthews and Hank Bal…
 
With just days before the new year, your host, Dan Neumann, figured it’d be the perfect time to discuss New Year’s resolutions! Many people set New Year’s resolutions, but the problem is: they don’t keep them. Some research even says that only 8% of people actually achieve the goal they’ve set out for. Many of these goals don’t even reach a two-wee…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Kevin Hope. Kevin worked as a board certified nuclear pharmacist for many years. He provides us some insight into the role and job of a nuclear pharmacist. Kevin is currently the Director of CE and Compliance for FreeCe.com (PharmCon). He discusses his transition into education and the company's plans for furtherin…
 
Surgical instrument repair questions are such an important part of everything that we do as sterile processing professionals. David Anbari joins us to talk about preventative maintenance, accessibility and the mobile aspect of third party repair services. Who are the people repairing instrumentation and what's the difference between third party rep…
 
On today’s podcast, Dan Neumann is joined by his collaborator, Sam Falco! Today they will be comparing a product-focused approach versus a project-focused approach and highlighting some of the major differences. They also cover how to apply a product mindset to a project-focused organization and offer some key tips on how to effectively implement e…
 
Picture this: your hospital has access to a magic button that would reduce SPD volume by up to 100 trays per week and reduce tray sizes by over 35%. Sound too good to be true? On this release of the Beyond Clean Vendor Spotlight series, we talk to David Rowe and Dr. Martyn Knowles from Operative Flow Technologies. OpFlow, a data driven product focu…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Ohio Northern University College of Pharmacy student Martin Brenneman. Martin eventually hopes to complete a PGY2 infectious disease residency. We provide a general overview of the new guidelines. We also discuss some of the reasoning and data behind some of the recommendations. For a great overview of CAP, check o…
 
Surgical Services is a production-based system that relies heavily on the work done in Sterile Processing. This re-released Season 1 episode features David Taylor, President of the Resolute Advisory Group, LLC. David’s particular area of specialty lies in the operational improvement of Surgical Services and Central Sterile/Sterile Processing Depart…
 
On this episode, we are joined by my little cousin Rachel Corvino, BSN and Emily Phillips, CCRC from Palmetto Clinical Research. PCR is the research department for Palmetto Primary Care Physicians. Rachel and Emily talk through some of the clinical studies that they are currently involved with. We discuss new drugs being used in Alzheimer's disease…
 
Today on the podcast, Dan Neumann is joined by a return guest, Christy Erbeck! Christy is a Principal Transformation Consultant at AgileThought and Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator. She has over 25 years of experience in domestic and international consulting; training and coaching; and working in both software development and non-product-focused…
 
How do you and your department put yourselves on the map in your hospital, especially if you don't come from a business administration background? This week's Beyond Clean re-release features René Vis, Product Manager at Steelco Benelux B.V. who begins by talking about business training for sterile processing leaders. He then dives into the topic o…
 
In today’s episode, Dan Neumann is joined by Steven Granese, the Vice President of the Transform Practice at AgileThought! As the VP of Transform Practice, Steven leads a team of the top Agile Coaches, DevOps Consultants, and Product Consultants in the United States. Together, Dan and Steven will be exploring the ‘why’ behind Scrum and examing the …
 
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. David Convissar, MD. He discusses what led him into medicine and eventually into Anesthesiology. He gives some insight into the various roles that Anesthesiologists play in patient care. He also provides a pharmacology review for neuromuscular blocking agents, propofol, fentanyl, and others. Check out Dr. Convi…
 
This week's throwback episode of Beyond Clean gives listeners a look inside the process of gaining 510k approval and building a quality system that includes a risk analysis component. While there can be great pressure to cut corners in sterile processing in order to meet demand, Shawn Flynn , Consultant, Entrepreneur, and Medical Device Inventor, e…
 
This week on the podcast, Dan Neumann is joined by Che Ho! Che Ho is leading an agile transformation for the County of Santa Clara, California. He also recently got certified as a Scrum Master Professional through Agile Alliance. And, fun fact: He’s also a martial arts instructor for Wing Chun! He’s been studying it since he was 10 and has been tea…
 
On this inaugural episode of Beyond Clean from 2017, we interviewed Michael Matthews, who was then the Manager of Central Sterile at Baptist Health in Arkansas. Mike was a rising star in the Sterile Processing industry, who had taken a particular interest in regards to compensation and education requirements for front-line technicians. As most of y…
 
Recently, Dan received an email from a listener that posed an interesting question. In short, they said, “We’re doing alright every sprint and the business is doing alright too — we’re not really facing any competition. So, when the team asks, ‘Why should we continually improve?’ how can I help them through that scenario?” This is a great question!…
 
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