By Maria Moeller, Marketing Manager
As more healthcare providers experience an increase in office procedures, a roster of aging patients with mobility limitations and now the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to consider adapting procedure room layouts to be effective and efficient by having a room that provides accessibility to instruments; optimizes flexibility between the consultation, counseling and procedure spaces; and maximizes safety.
One way to obtain this level of efficiency is to incorporate a patient-centered workflow. This design concept places the patient at the center, lending itself to a more efficient visit and an enhanced patient-caregiver relationship.
The end result? A better designed care environment.
Taking an evidence-based design, or EBD, approach when establishing or renovating at the point of care elevates the strategic importance of equipment, room layout and design decisions. This approach helps dermatologists, podiatrists and plastic surgeons and their design partners create care environments conducive to achieving better outcomes through enhanced patient-caregiver experience, standardization and interaction at the point of care.
Our expertise in the clinical environment has allowed our teams to design a procedure room that addresses many needs within a patient-centered workflow.
Below are a few important elements:
We believe having the right products in the exam room can improve clinical standardization with critical processes, realize greater efficiencies, enhance patient-caregiver interaction and ultimately contribute to better clinical outcomes to ensure that the equipment and technology at the point of care will continue to improve operational efficiencies.
Our latest procedure room promotion offers rebates on procedure chairs, procedure lights and mobile treatment cabinets to provide caregivers an accessible, connected space that can help create a better care experience.