Launching: The New ERAS® Interactive Audit System (EIAS)

It is high time to implement ERAS® to:

  • reduce the post COVID-19 surgical backlog1
  • improve patient safety and outcomes2,3,4
  • increase capacity and drive down cost of care2,3
  • reduce staff workload5

The new ERAS® Interactive Audit System is finally here! The new EIAS helps hospital teams implement ERAS® and get full control. It is a powerful, easy-to-use tool that helps you implement ERAS® and stay updated with ERAS® best practices. Complying to the ERAS® Protocols will help your team decrease complications after surgery and improve your patients’ outcome, thereby shortening the length of stay.

Implementation Tool

EIAS helps hospital teams implement ERAS® and get full control.

Quality Registry & Management Tool

Clinical data registry provides valuable information to hospital teams to audit and improve the care they provide to patients.

data entry- new EIAS

Best Practice Tool

EIAS helps hospital teams maintain and improve adherence to ERAS® guidelines – new features and protocols will be added with guidance from ERAS® Society.

Research Tool

EIAS is tailored for audit research and prospective randomized trials.

Interested to know about the new ERAS® Interactive Audit System? Click the button to the right and get a demo for your needs.


1. Ljungqvist, O. et al. 2020. The Post COVID-19 Surgical Backlog: Now is the Time to Implement Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS). World Journal of Surgery. 44, 10 (2020), 3197-3198.
2. Nelson, G. et al. 2016. Implementation of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Across a Provincial Healthcare System: The ERAS Alberta Colorectal Surgery Experience. World Journal of Surgery. 40, 5 (2016), 1092-1103.
3. Zhuang, C. et al. 2013. Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Programs Versus Traditional Care for Colorectal Surgery. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum. 56, 5 (2013), 667-678.
4. Example Colorectal Cancer Surgery above 70% guideline adherence. Gustafsson, U. et al. 2016. Adherence to the ERAS protocol is Associated with 5-Year Survival After Colorectal Cancer Surgery: A Retrospective Cohort Study. World Journal of Surgery. 40, 7 (2016), 1741-1747.
5. Hübner, M. et al. 2015. The impact of an enhanced recovery pathway on nursing workload: A retrospective cohort study. International Journal of Surgery. 24, (2015), 45-50.

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