STERIS Corporation Demonstrates Perioperative Workflow Efficiency Tools at OR Manager Conference

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Operating room managers are being tasked to integrate new technology, train personnel and improve workflow efficiencies in a fast-paced, quick-turnaround environment to ensure maximum productivity among both human and capital equipment resources. To accomplish these ambitious goals, OR managers, physicians and staff need access to real-time information and staff training programs that are designed specifically for the perioperative environment.

STERIS Corporation has developed a suite of workflow management tools that it will showcase at the OR Manager™ Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, Sept. 23-25, 2013. At STERIS Booth #301, OR managers will be able to experience enhanced and innovative workflow management and product design management solutions such as:

- RealView® Visual Workflow Management Software, a productivity tool that communicates vital, actionable information in real time to physicians, staff and patient families.

- CS-iQ® Sterile Processing Workflow Management System, a visual dashboard that tracks and documents the status, preventive maintenance needs and compliance requirements of sterile processing equipment.

- S.A.F.E. Situational Awareness for Everyone® Display, a centralized source of real-time patient data collected from disparate hospital sources.

“The advances we’ve made in developing these workflow improvement tools comprehensively address the needs of today’s busy perioperative environments,” says Jason Deeken, senior director of marketing, integration and perioperative, at STERIS. “STERIS is uniquely positioned to deliver these tools to hospitals because we are in these rooms every day. We have heard managers express their needs from a product and technology perspective, as well as their expectations for their workforces, and have the two by developing solutions that improve the overall efficiency and productivity within the operating room.”

Source: STERIS Corporation

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