Surgical Preference Cards
By: Jason Harris, MD, CEO
Published: July 24, 2019
This experience was further validation that we at ORLink are committed to being a part of the healthcare market’s best practices and assisting in disruption using novel approaches to antiquated processes. Isn’t that what AI is supposed to do? Allow computers to do what computers do best. We haven’t developed an algorithm to assuage the fear or pain that occurs when a patient emerges from anesthesia….yet. However, we can relieve the burdens placed on our healthcare teams demanding they be monitor-side rather than bedside in the moments that matter to our patients.
Let’s take time away from a screen and invest that time holding the hand of the patient. Let’s allow our caring doctors and nurses to give a warm and comforting voice rather than the half-hearted and ham-handed keyboard and mouse jockeying typically required at the end of a case.
We recognize that waste, error, and miscommunication are enormous problems in healthcare, and we are committed to solving these problems through our big SAAS solution. Does your operating room use last centuries preference cards? Give us a call.