In today’s value-based healthcare economy, every service line is feeling extraordinary pressure. They not only need to raise the quality of care, but also reduce the cost of it.
One area of particular challenge is the post-operative management of split thickness skin graft patients. They cause extended lengths of hospital stay, high costs, and high risk of complications, mobility issues, and often grueling experiences. With limited resources and higher standards of care, what can surgeons do to create value?
- Shortens hospital length of stay.
- Enables seamless transition from hospital to home.
- Helps patients self-engage and maintain their mobility.
- Reduces unnecessary spending.
- Supports patient satisfaction.
The answer is to leverage portable Negative Pressure Wound Therapy (sometimes referred to as wound vac) Systems.
When your strategy is to provide quality care from the hospital to the home setting and support your value-based practice, look at Medela’s Invia Motion NPWT System. As a portable system, it can help you address each of the above issues.
Here are the 5 ways how the Invia Motion NPWT System uniquely enables this: