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TOTAL pathway is an interdisciplinary approach for pre-, intra- and postoperative process analysis and personalized optimization measures aimed at improving surgical results, patient satisfaction and process efficiency.
Bringing over 40 years of implant manufacturing and more than 25 years experience in consulting services on the table we support you to optimize your patient pathways for Orthopaedic patients in the pre-, intra- and postoperative phase and to adapt all working principles to the ERAS® (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) guidelines. With the help of innovative solutions TOTAL pathway improves the quality of care and creates monetary benefits by ensuring to have an early mobilization.
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Economic pressure and staff shortage one the one hand, and increasing patient expectations are major challenges in the daily care of Orthopaedic patients. Also against the background of increasing case numbers due to an ageing population the question arises: How to guarantee a state-of-the-art treatment under these circumstances? The key to success is the optimization of patient pathways. By using resources optimally and by optimizing existing processes patient & staff satisfaction can be improved and economic burdens are reduced.
We support you to optimize your patient pathways in the pre-, intra- and postoperative phase. The following topics are addressed during the TOTAL pathway consultation.
We bring your patient preeducation and activation on a new level by using digital tools.
Together with your team we adapt the anaesthesia and analgesia protocols according to ERAS® which allows a 3 hours postoperative mobilization.
We increase your efficiency in the OR by reducing the number of OR trays and by optimizing logistics and CSSD workflows.
We bring your surgical site infections down to a minimum.
 Guidelines developed by ERAS® society, Stockholm.
 Experience TOTAL pathway project, AKH Celle, Germany (750 Orthopaedic patients per year).
 Experience TOTAL pathway project, Sumperk Hospital, Czech Republic.