PREZIO Health Helps Solve Problems That Impede Instrument Flow in Hospitals


PREZIO Health is focused on addressing and solving the problems that impede work and instrument flow in hospitals. As a result, PREZIO has designed unparalleled processes for surgical instrument management to guarantee hospitals are able to deliver superior care to their patients. This initiative aligns with PREZIO Healths Performance Promise to provide quantifiable clinical, financial, operational, and educational improvements to each customers perioperative business. PREZIO Health has an unparalleled commitment to create sustainable improvements in the perioperative space, whether they are collaborating with a hospital to process tray equipment for trauma or integrating a comprehensive perioperative services package.

PREZIO Healths Surgical Instrument Management services focus on patient care and physician satisfaction with specific attention to the handling and preparation of complex operating room instrument trays. PREZIOs team is capable of facilitating significant change at partner hospitals by providing a reliable and repeatable process that optimizes quality and remains cost effective.

Certified technicians, following ISO processes, and utilizing new vendor neutral instrumentation, create a service for hospital leaders and physicians that guarantees a complete and sterile environment for superior instrument flow.  Ultimately, the results of implementing PREZIO Healths surgical management services are nothing less than enhanced performance and better patient care. 

Hospital leaders face continuous pressure to improve their patient care while also reducing costs, says John Palmer, vice president of sales. This is where PREZIO Healths certified technicians apply their training and considerable experience to improve the quality of instrument sets. Inspecting every instrument by utilizing the manufacturers DFUs and then following an ISO process guarantees a quality outcome. We are working to ensure the quality of health care by providing instruments that perform like the manufacturer intended. This helps reduce the drivers of chaos in our partner facilities. We promise to assist your facility by providing the highest quality of patient care and physician satisfaction, while driving down overall costs.

In addition to surgical management, PREZIO Healths offerings include repair and alignment, refurbishment, parts replacement, color-coding, tungsten carbide insert replacement, needle holder re-application, brazing, soldering, welding and machining capabilities, electrosurgical re-insulation and testing, and laser and chemical etching on instruments.

Source: PREZIO Health

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