Variation in the patient journey or specific pathway can be influenced in many ways, some of which can be controlled by clinicians. The module enables a more transparent view of performance and allows comparison at procedure, specialty and clinician level across sites, providing evidence for discussion and collaboration for improvement.
We have collaborated with clinicians to develop a modular view of performance in the operating room. Looking from different angles, and layering the findings, it is designed to aid collaboration between clinicians and operational managers, bringing the parties together to focus on safety and efficiency and productivity.
Our platform is configured to fit with you whilst retaining its standard features and functionality, one size does not always fit all.
The dashboard quickly highlights where the opportunity maybe for improved productivity, efficiency or safety, uniquely, identifying post procedure complications.
Input from experts in their field, theatre managers, surgeons, anaesthetists, all have collaborated to create a view that meets the needs of the multidisciplinary team.
Visualise individual sessions to understand scheduling, downtime, delays and turnover. Plotting the day to bring data to life.
Highlight common themes, variation and outliers to direct focus and review improvement potential.
Do cases begin / end on time; what has influenced a late start; is the turnover time between cases appropriate; have you achieved what was planned?
Is practice different across operating rooms; do “like” procedures have similar durations and / or outcome; variation by day, service or individual
How were the available minutes used; too few / too many cases scheduled; what is the impact of unplanned activity; could you have planned differently
"Measurement is the first step that leads to control and eventually to improvement. If you can’t measure something, you can't understand it. If you can't understand it, you can't control it. If you can't control it, you can't improve it."H. James Harrison