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We provide the software and training needed for you to implement ERAS® (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery) Protocols as derived from the published guidelines from ERAS® Society. The ERAS® Protocols are developed by the ERAS® Society, a not-for-profit organization aiming to improve perioperative care and enhance postoperative recovery through implementation of evidence-based practice, audit, education and research.
We operate in collaboration with the ERAS® Society to:
Healthcare best practice is our objective. We promise you three things when you apply the ERAS® Protocols:
The process of working together with Encare is demonstrated below.
The ERAS® Interactive Audit System (EIAS) is available for a number of specialties, i.e. ERAS® protocols based on the published ERAS® Guidelines. ERAS® protocols are periodically updated and improved by the ERAS® Society guideline groups. This ensures that your best practice surgical guidelines are always at hand, resulting in a better patient experience of care. In addition to this, there are several other surgical areas where ERAS® Society Guidelines are being developed and scheduled for release as ERAS® protocols within the ERAS® Interactive Audit System platform.
Explore the current EIAS supported ERAS® protocols below.
The ERAS® Interactive Audit System (EIAS) offers a Bariatric protocol based on the published guidelines of the ERAS® Society.
Our team can provide you with an estimate of your potential cost savings when implementing ERAS®.
Our ERAS® Implementation Program (EIP) is led together with leading clinical experts / healthcare professionals / clinicians from the ERAS® Society, dependent on the protocol type being implemented.
A: If you are new to the ERAS® Protocols, we recommend that you and your perioperative team all attend the ERAS® Implementation Program (EIP) offered by Encare.
A: For a current listing of available ERAS® Protocols, please see here to explore our Protocols page and learn more.
A: Once the data is registered into EIAS, the licensed hospital staff can have access to the Reports section of the EIAS and compare compliance to the ERAS® Protocol and associated outcomes. Watch this video and see how one can analyze their data efficiently, and in-real time, with the new generation of the EIAS.