Caresyntax has announced they will jointly install 32 new operating rooms at Les Hôpitaux Universitaires in Strasbourg, France. The installation, signed in earlier this year, will supply the new operating rooms with caresyntax’s digital OR integration platform, PRIME365. The project also serves as a testimony to caresyntax’s growing footprint in the French market.
Les Hôpitaux Universitaires de Strasbourg is a leading research hospital in Europe, located in the heart of the continent. The hospital will invest over €150m in the renovation of their Hautepierre campus, which is scheduled to open in September 2018 and will bring together orthopedic, hand, spine, and maxillofacial surgical clinics. The site of the new campus spans over 70,000sq/m, and will be equipped with the latest medical technologies to support exceptional surgical outcomes.
Caresyntax will equip 29 operating rooms with PRIME365, its proprietary OR integration and workflow automation platform. Based on a video-over-IP network infrastructure, the platform will allow the surgical team to stream and document surgery with multi-source HD video and snapshots. As the Strasbourg university hospital is recognized worldwide for its expertise in surgery, the surgeons will use the caresyntax streaming and videoconferencing functionality to remotely train surgeons and students in both technique and best practices.
Finally, caresyntax data warehousing software – qvident – will be deployed to structure recorded surgical data, allowing surgeons to learn from documented cases, and provide interactive trainings for their residents, in lieu of surgical simulations.
“I am extremely proud that we have been chosen by Strasbourg to accompany them in this key project,” said Björn von Siemens, Managing Director of caresyntax; “it is an honor that they have recognized caresyntax for our ability to provide a software solution that will make a dramatically positive impact on surgical efficiency and patient outcomes.”
Caresyntax helps hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers identify and manage risk, automate workflows, enhance knowledge sharing, and reduce surgical variability. Converging IoT technology and surgical analytics, the caresyntax platform is used in more than 6,000 operating rooms worldwide, transforming unstructured clinical and operational data into actionable, real-time insights. Clinical teams, as a result, enhance performance, control surgical variation and improve patient outcomes.
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