Based on real costs and including specific costs due to the implementation, the ERAS program in gynecologic surgery induced significant decrease of overall costs by $4.381 per patient.
Newly published articles in JAMA Surgery emphasizes the importance of multidisciplinary team work as well as continuous audit and follow up for sucessful ERAS® work.
10 years’ Experience with an international Web-Based Clinical and Research Perioperative Care Database” shows that the ERAS® Interactive Audit System (EIAS) supports the collaborative clinical effort in driving quality improvement in the perioperative care in a short time frame, in an international context.
Recently an article published by members of the ERAS® Society discusses the importance of training in order to implement and maintain good quality of ERAS® work.
A recently published article in the Journal of Surgical Oncology reviews implementation of ERAS and its financial implication.
All of the accepted abstracts on Enhanced Recovery After Surgery from the ERAS® World Congress in Lyon have been published online by Clinical Nutrition ESPEN.
The Scientific Program is now available.
A recently published article in JAMA Surgery outlines the rationale för ERAS®.
A recent study from Canada shows when implementing ERAS in a number of hospitals it resulted in a significant cost saving.