OR Efficiency Platform

A data-driven methodology that reduces the pressure on surgical teams while balancing quality, cost, and revenue.

Step 1: Data gathering and roadmap

we start with data

Baseline measurements:
50+ datapoints

Once we have an in-depth understanding of your goals, our experts will visit your OR. With 50+ data points per surgery, we measure and gather insights on your current processes and efficiency in the OR. We analyze these data to predict how we together can make your OR more efficient by standardizing and optimizing procedures, reducing instruments, and implementing best-in-class technology.

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welcoming change

Improvement roadmap
and best practices

Based on the baseline measurements, we propose a change management roadmap listing the different opportunities for improvement and predict the potential impact of the implementation. Together we make the right choices based on these actionable insights. The approved roadmap specifies the right technology and process changes enabling you to reach your goals.

Step 2: Roadmap implementation

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Change management

Be a change agent to catalyze implementation and growth in the OR and hospital.

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Training programs

Continuous and team-focused, using the latest tech and proved practices.

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DIY Measurement Suite

Access to the DEO software suite to perform measurements in-house.

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Measurement services

Carry out extra measurements to extend the body of evidence and measure true effect.

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Data analytics

Generate reports with the best OR practices and improvements based on data.

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Predict impact of additional changes via simulations to facilitate decision-making.

Step 3: Measuring roadmap impact

Looking at the results

The human and economic
side of things

After implementation, our team will come back to measure and validate the impact of the new processes. Here, we look at the human and economic side of things, for instance, better employee and patient satisfaction, improved ergonomics, stress reduction, increased OR throughput times and revenue, quality optimization, and reduced total cost of treatment.

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Now is the time to
improve OR efficiency

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