Ultraprep is an integrated suite of programs (arrayed below) used in the preparation of patients for procedures and operations. Patients create their Ultramed accounts online and fill out their details in the relevant program. Once complete, they can share their information securely with the healthcare provider performing the procedure. Patients can update their information at any time if they need another procedure or operation, and own their Ultramed accounts. Completed information is saved and populates the other programs within Ultraprep.
• Reduced preoperative assessment costs and increased capacity.
• Decreased cancellations on the day in endoscopy, cardiac cath labs and the IR suite.
• A single process across the hospital for preoperative and pre-procedure assessment for theatres, endoscopy etc.
• No upfront capital cost and procurement from the G-Cloud 8 framework, Digital Marketplace.
• No complex IT integration with your existing systems - just a secure email address is required.
• A big step in the move from paper to digital with patients empowered to enter their own health information.
• Income optimisation from the automated generation of ICD10 codes.
Hospitals often struggle with preoperative assessment and the assessment of patients for procedures in endoscopy suites, cardiac catheter laboratories and interventional radiology theatres. Ultraprep allows a consistent, efficient approach to be applied to these different assessments.
The programs in the Ultraprep suite can be used on their own, however, using the full suite allows a healthcare provider to apply consistent processes, potentially co-ordinated from a unified pre-procedure assessment unit. A care pathway could require more than one procedure, for example an endoscopy followed by a surgical operation – by using Ultraprep, the patient will only have to provide their information once, nursing time will be saved and the process is streamlined.
All of the Ultraprep programs generate a concise but detailed assessment output, for review by a registered nurse, which can be printed or stored electronically. A Clinical Summary Report provides the reviewing clinician a summary of the key issues, suggested pre-procedure tests and a place where they can record their findings and decisions. These can be added to the patient’s health record in their Electronic Patient Record or paper notes.
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