T-DOC knows the instrument cost for each surgery
You can’t have a successful OR without a successful Central Sterile Supply Department (CSSD). T-DOC, our smart sterile supply management, visualizes the cost of everything. From sterilization and labor to instruments and disposables, which gives you the detailed and accurate data you need to take action and run an efficient CSSD.
- Did you just install a new, more energy-efficient washer?
T-DOC knows how to automatically update the price for everything that uses it.
- Do you perform instrument repairs both locally and externally?
T-DOC knows the cost for all types of repairs.
- Is the OR causing a lot of fast tracked instruments due to rescheduling?
T-DOC knows the cost for each instance, and if a high-demand item is costing too much in fast track fees, your team can choose to purchase additional stock.
The calculations in T-DOC are as complex or as simple as you want, so it’s easy to get up and running and start reducing your costs.
Cost-effective sterile supply management
From automatic customer invoicing to accurate budget planning, T-DOC cost calculations enables you to run your CSSD like a successful business. It also enables surgical departments to get a clear financial overview and plan better by calculating the instrument cost for each surgery or specialty.
What does it cost to prioritize a tray and run a sterilizer half empty? What is the cost of one surgery with Dr Hansen versus an identical surgery with Dr Smith? What does it cost to deliver to outside clinics and how much is spent on instrument repairs? T-DOC accounts for every parameter and knows precisely what to charge customers.
Control your sterile supply workflow
T-DOC Sterile Supply Management brings you complete overview with full cost transparency – supporting smoother workflows and giving you the data you need to make better and more informed decisions.
It’s a flexible, automated, and easy-to-use solution that enables you to control every detail in your sterile supply workflow, so the surgical teams can focus on what’s most important – the patients.