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For Perioperative & Procedure Personnel
How much of your time is spent just waiting? Whether it’s for a patient, a transporter, a phone call or a housekeeper, waiting costs you, your patients and the health system valuable minutes, which add up to hours and days.
What if there was a way to take the guesswork out of managing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures? TeleTracking offers a solution that will help expedite patient movement through clinical areas, based upon the needs of your organization.
TeleTracking’s Orchestrate™ application helps to automate workflow in procedural and treatment areas and bring visibility to real-time case status. Orchestrate seamlessly integrates with TeleTracking’s industry-leading Capacity Management Suite™ system and RTLS technology to manage the patient transition from admission to procedure to discharge. It also delivers proactive alerts, real-time status updates and performance reports that can drive improvements in efficiency and utilization. All surgical and procedure-related milestones are tracked and displayed in real-time, giving the entire staff the ability to see up-to-the-minute patient and procedure status. This information is organized in an easy-to-read touchscreen format and is also accessible on a secure mobile app. The mobile app gives surgeons, anesthesiologists and staff access to the real-time schedule from anywhere, anytime, allowing them to be more productive, reduce wait time and time spent calling for updated information.
Patients can be tracked through ORs, PACUs, GI labs, cath labs, in radiology, interventional cardiology, infusion centers and other treatment areas without a single phone call. Families can obtain real-time updates via waiting room tracking screen.
By improving communications between doctors, nurses, clinical staff and administration, Orchestrate eliminates wasted time, improves patient flow and decrease procedural length of stay by pulling patients into the next phase of care.