Elective recovery: turning the tide. Webinar
27th February 2024 , 12:30 to 14:00 at Webinar
Elective recovery: turning the tide.
Graphnet customers can take advantage of a ground breaking solution for Elective Recovery that is in live use, and we would like to invite you to a short free webinar to hear from customers who are using it.
The solution joins acute waiting list data to the primary care data held within CareCentric Population health and runs a number of different types of analysis including health inequalities and RAG rating patients for complexity. This enables clinical and booking teams to understand more about the patient and assess them in a better way and to the most appropriate perioperative pathways.
People’s health circumstances change whilst they wait for their appointment, which is not always visible to acute hospitals through their data, and this can lead to delays and cancellations of surgery. People who are not fit for surgery can be put on health coaching programmes to get them fit Others who are rated well enough for surgery need only have a short online assessment. These patients can be identified through the perioperative assessment pages in the Elective recovery tool.
All of this can be seen in a graphical colour coded console that has been evidenced to save significant time and reduce cancelled appointments and surgery. In addition, very quick results can be achieved by analysing the full data set in the Population Health product, to clean the waiting list and remove patients who are deceased, have moved area, are duplicated, being treated elsewhere, etc.
A number of Graphnet customers will share their experiences on projects that are proactively tackling waiting lists, including:
- Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust which has introduced the population health powered tool described above, to identify cohorts of healthy patients suitable for high-volume, low complexity theatre operating lists, therefore freeing up pre-operative teams for more complex cases.
In a connected but slightly different vein, we will look at prehabilitation work -
- One Wirral CIC has launched a ground-breaking diabetes prehabilitation service. Using the aforementioned population health tools and analysis of hospital waiting lists, those most at risk of having surgery postponed are identified and supported.
Date: February 27th
Time: 12.30 – 2.00 pm