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Yearly manual interactions between OR and CSSD to coordinate required sterile goods supply 
Wasted resources due to OR supply related delays at US university two-hospital facility 
Processed sets that are not used within 24 hours slot post sterilization 
“There's only one company that has the ability to sustainably solve the major health care waste problem and that is B. Braun (...). With their state of the art technologies, logistics and software, they connect all relevant hospital systems and create a fully integrated data ecosystem.”
The goal of Surgical Supply Management is to optimize the OR supply to meet the highest medical standards. In order to achieve this goal, our offer includes several process steps. Discover the holistic approach below.
B. Braun does not only offer the instruments needed in the operating room, but also provides as a service the optimization of the clinical processes required for reprocessing and sterile supply.
With the help of customized IT solutions, OR supply, logistics and CSSD management are synchronized.
B. Braun shows how the supply of operating rooms can be organized efficiently. Thanks to the longstanding experience of numerous completed projects, we find the optimal solution for every hospital.
B. Braun acts as a competent partner in all process steps: be it the complete new construction of a hospital, the reconstruction or the streamlining of already existing processes.
B. Braun offers every clinic ideal supply solutions to ensure reliable, value-added and sustainable processes.
 Large German university hospital
 US university two-hospital facility – Quantifying the cost of surgical Instrument errors in the OR; Saari MJ1, Navas N2, Villegas N3, Aguilar D3, Jabbour M3, Hitzeman A3, Garcha S3, Leyden M3, Caceres J3, Philavong J3, McGrain A3, O’Brien O3, Qianyun L3, Chen M3, Bliesner R3, Hackinson G3, Ghawas E3, Kurth M3, Walsh S3, Jentsch A3, Brunner P3, Fischer M3, Wisdorf S3, VanDommelen A3, Nytes G,3 Nichol PF4
 Large Dutch university hospital