This blog is an excerpt from, “The Digital Operating Theatre: Maximum safety and efficiency through networking, big data, and artificial intelligence,” published in Thieme OP Management up2date, a[…]
Combining capabilities to develop breakthrough technologies for transforming surgery.
Hospitals and Surgery Centers face many challenges in surgery as they work to recover from COVID. Directors of[…]
By Björn von Siemens, contributing author Prof. Eric Vibert, MD, PhD
The operating room is a place where millions of lives are saved and improved each year.
But it is also a place where nightmares[…]
Surgical procedures are major drivers of hospital revenue, yet they’re also a source of significant costs when complications are taken into consideration. And in an era of sweeping changes in[…]
If you’re still running your hospital operating rooms without the benefit of data-driven insights and actionable, real-time information, let us offer you some food for thought.
In an environment like the operating room, where mistakes have life-threatening consequences, the margin for error is slim. Not learning from or repeating errors is not acceptable. Yet, the same[…]
During COVID-19, profitable elective surgeries have been delayed and healthcare staff have been overworked. The pandemic has increased the pressure on hospital leaders to maintain profitability and[…]
Challenge: Demonstrate the use of CX-ADVANCE to improve efficiency in the workflow of surgical video-based assessment in quality-focused organizations.
The University of Iowa system of[…]
Q&A with Gail Pietrzyk, Corporate Director of Surgical Services, Universal Health Services
In the operating room where every minute counts, time is the most valuable — and elusive — resource a[…]
The operating room is like the thermometer of a health care organization’s financial health, a fact that the COVID-19 crisis has only magnified. It accounts for more than half of all hospital[…]
It is no secret that the pandemic has dramatically affected hospital and health system financial fortunes. Elective care is down dramatically and perhaps rightly so, at least to some extent.[…]