Podiatry Workflow
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  • Podiatry Workflow
    The integration of new technologies and advancements with in-office procedures are shaping the future of the podiatry practice. Function, efficiency and versatility are key to an effective podiatry room design—and at the center of it all is the procedure zone. The design of this workflow addresses the many needs of the podiatry procedure zone.
    • Single Pane of Glass
    • Clinical Process Improvements
    • Vital Signs
    • EMR Connectivity
    • Better Blood Pressure
    • Americans with Disabilities Act
    • Real-Time Locating Systems
  • Public/Private Zones
    The family/visitor zone, also known as the public zone, does not encroach on the movement of the caregiver. It includes displays for educational brochures and related care products and is clearly separated from the procedure zone.
  • Procedure Zone Flexibility
    The procedure zone puts the caregiver in the center. While the cart for primary instruments and supplies can be stored under the countertop and out of the way, during procedures it is moved to either side of the caregiver. This helps to maintain a short reach zone. An instrument tray attached to the procedures chair supports instruments and supplies or mobile devices.
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  • Vital Signs
  • Real-Time Locating Systems
  • Clinical Process Improvements
  • Single Pane of Glass
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
  • EMR Connectivity
  • Better Blood Pressure
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The podiatry chair is positioned at an angle, which provides more effortless access to the foot area for the caregiver—whether in a seated or standing position. The room also provides an abundance of streamlined, well-organized storage.

The height-adjustable podiatry chair decreases the need for manually lifting and repositioning patients. The center of the room is kept open to allow a 60-inch wheelchair turning area. There is also ample room for patient egress.

Use of a real-time locating system or patient self-rooming workflow can assist in waste reduction efforts that help eliminate costly bottlenecks