Centricity™ Opera

Centricity™ Opera is a unique software solution, user-friendly operating theatre management solution that helps you improve efficiency, productivity and communication to maximise patient experience and drive financial performance.


 

Understanding your challenges of your operating theatre

Room Utilization
Operating theatres are very often underutilized yet still expected to be the economic driver of the hospital. In the same time, case durations are usually underestimated.3
Complex Scheduling
Multi-dimensional surgery scheduling processes can cause, delays, undocumented booking and late cancellations. 50% of all cancellations may not be for medical reasons.1 
Communication Across Teams
Busy operating theatres are crowded with various multidisciplinary teams, all playing a role in providing the best patient experience, making effective communication key

 

Our solutions to help you

Improved Operational & Clinical Excellence

  • 50% less cancellations
    for non-medical reasons1

  • Increased operating room
    utilization up to 89% 4

  • 75% of cases start within 10 min of start time in the morning2

  • €2.4M material revenue gains
    & in-hours capacity released2

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    Case Study NHS Fife, UK

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    DISCLAIMER: Centricity™ Opera is not considered to be a medical device. The results expressed in this document may not be applicable to a particular site or installation and individual results may vary.

    1. Anesthesiology 2002; 96 A1145; K W Park: Scope of operating room cancellations for a busy university hospital vascular surgical service; MJA 20 June 2005, Vol 182, nr 12; W N Schofield, Rubin, M Piza, Y Yin Lai, D Sindhusake, M F Fernside, P Klineberg; Cancellation of operations on the day of intended surgery at a major Australian referral hospital3
    2. University Hospitals Conventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust (UHCW)
    3. OR Manager Vol 24, No 4, April 2008: Why are case estimates so often off?
    4. OR Manager, Aug 2000, Vol 16, No 8; OR’s benchmark activities for the day of surgery