Preparation time for surgical procedures cut to half1
The ProcedurePak® custom procedure trays are assembled to contain all the single use components required for a particular surgical intervention.
Replacing a large number of individually packaged items, ProcedurePak trays can generate significant savings in time and costs for both major and minor surgery procedures. Preparation time for surgical procedures can be cut by more than half compared to traditional preparation of the operation room.1
||Selection of more than 5,000 components from leading suppliers, making it easy to tailor trays to your exact needs|
||All components and packaging conform to the strictest standards, ensuring patient and staff safety |
||Can generate shorter patient turnaround time and result in less staff overtime |
||Decreased wastage as picking errors are kept to a minimum2 |
||Proven Time, effort and cost effectiveness |
||Significant waste reductions |
Time savings of up to 59% with ProcedurePak® custom procedure trays1
“18% increase in number of surgeries achieved by deploying ProcedurePak trays and optimising processes. Overtime in the O.R. was cut down and patient safety improved”
Prof. Michael Greiling, German Institute for Workflow Management in the Healthcare Service (IWiG).
The results from a multi centre study conducted in five hospitals in Europe show that the use of ProcedurePak custom procedure trays led to substantial efficiency gains.2
In one of the hospitals observed, 11 trays were used for a total of 2,785 interventions that year. The freed up resources from time and cost savings and process optimisation enabled 500 more interventions than the year before, meaning an increase of 18%. In another hospital, the number of surgery procedures increased by 37.5%, from 40 to 55 per day.
1. Greiling M. A multinational case study to evaluate and quantify time-saving by using custom procedure trays for operating room efficiency. Poster presented at 23rd Congress of European Association of Hospital Managers, Zürich, Switzerland, September 2010.
2. customer reference program, 2009Michael Greiling, 2009