SurgiQ strives to make surgical pathways more effective, less invasive and easier on surgeons, patients and their families, allowing priority based scheduling of both cancer and non-cancer patients, providing a real-time tracking tool with ability for dynamic reporting of entire patient journey from GP referral to post-treatment discharge from the hospital.
We’re creating transparent pathways scalable enough to meet patient’s, hospital’s and payer’s needs. It’s why we align our vision with the interests of our users. It’s why we collect gold-standard clinical evidence and treat ethics as a duty, not a chore.
Surgiq and Barts Health NHS Trust have started a pilot project to improve the way surgical waiting lists are managed, reducing time and effort required to access data.
At Galliera Hospital in Genoa, SurgiQ manages surgical waiting lists in traceable and cooperative manner. The platform allows to share among the surgical team members all relevant information about the pathway in real-time and has improved the process management notably. Patient’s rights are protected by the unique prioritisation algorithm, which allows to schedule activities accordingly with patient’s urgency class and maximum waiting time.
The adoption of SurgiQ brought in several benefits, ranging from a fully paperless and computer based waiting list, to its centralised management to improved guarantees in terms of equity and transparency. All actions on relevant data are tracked, data is audited and the prioritisation system is now a shared tool which helps staff schedule patients for surgery.
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