Here's an excellent idea. Let's take an emergency department that sees almost 70,000 patients per year with a ridiculous amount of urgent care and fast track/lac repairs and take away the laceration carts and Place all materials in an Omni cell (same as Pyxis) storage system that needs fingerprint to access! Lets also put all IV start supplies in their too. What's next, get my DL stuff and ETTs there too? However, the ED throughput is seemingly their most important metric! Let's get a list going of more examples of the brilliant business intellects of the healthcare field showing how well they can run an emergency department.