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.
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.
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.
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.