Nowadays, it is not an easy task to think about Healthcare quality improvement and cost effectiveness. This proves to be an even more difficult task for orthopedics. There are simply too many parts and divisions.
The main challenge is to provide care for every unserved community and cover the whole field and its varieties over the entire system.
To accomplish this, you need to find and recruit the right people and develop the right strategies for each person. Do not forget to be flexible and find what the health provider wants. Consider that not everyone works for money and, for some, it is more important to have time off or a stable and supportive working environment.
An amazing orthopedic service can add enormous value to a hospital system but you will have to prove your value to the hospital. An integrated hospital system will benefit from the value and service provided by the orthopedic department.
It can be evaluated based on how much service the department delivers, how much money it brings in and how the quality metrics of the hospital have increased.
PeekMed is a powerful pre-operative 3D system designed for the orthopedic field that aims to help surgeons on their daily tasks. The whole team works hard to make surgical planning easier for you.
“In PeekMed, with just a few clicks, it is possible to navigate through my patients’ anatomy and plan my actions. It brings safety to my actions reducing surgery time and making it more efficient.“ says Dr. Bruno Gobbato, orthopedic surgeon and member of IT commission of SBOT (Brazilian Orthopaedic Association).
As a leader, you need to understand the value of the entire musculoskeletal care and keep track of what is happening in the community. Be prepared for changes and be flexible – your goal is to add value to a large community: Healthcare quality improvement – and it will not be an easy task to get a system in place.
With these steps in mind, any hospital executive can create a high quality, cost-effective system that gives adequate compensation to everyone, such as hospitals, doctors, and allied health professionals.