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T-DOC 2000 Sterile Supply Management

Improved sterile supply workflow, resource utilization and logistics

T-DOC 2000 is Getinge's most comprehensive instrument tracking system that ensures complete traceability, optimized OR and resource utilization, and high quality assurance. T-DOC 2000 provides state-of-art integrations with hospital IT systems and automation, connects hospitals in multi-site setup, and supports data-driven decisions with BI capabilities.

Correct and on-time delivery of surgical instruments

  • Integration with hospital IT systems and automation
  • Automatic prioritization of sterile goods
  • Smooth workflow in the surgical department
  • Complete inventory control and optimized purchasing
  • T-DOC expands with your needs
  • Workflow optimization via data intelligence

New T-DOC version 17 released

Discover how the new T-DOC version 17 helps hospitals achieve a more efficient sterile supply workflow with new functionalities, interfaces, and enhanced user experience:

  • Improved user experience with a Getinge branded look and feel
  • Citrix-Ready™ verification for strengthened IT infrastructure support
  • Improved BI capabilities with new visual dashboards
  • Smoother handling of loaner instruments with new T-DOC interface
  • Complete overview of goods delivery status and location for surgical staff
  • New and updated T-DOC info overviews for CSSD and OR
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The voice of our T-DOC customers

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"One of T-DOC’s primary assets is its ability to interface with our range of hospital systems"

Read the case story from the Capital Region of Denmark and learn how T-DOC interfaces with CSSD automation and multiple hospital IT systems while managing logistics and warehousing.

Dorset-County-Hospital-T-DOC-customer-case-story

"We reduced instrument turnaround time by 37%"


Be inspired by the British Dorset County Hospital. Learn how T-DOC has helped improve instrument turnaround time and enhanced patient safety.

Saint-Francis-Hospital-T-DOC-customer-case-story

"With T-DOC, we keep the surgery going rather than cancelling"


Be inspired by the American Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center. Learn how T-DOC has helped ensure correct delivery of surgical instruments with an optimized sterile supply workflow.

T-DOC automatic prioritization of goods

Automatic prioritization of sterile goods

T-DOC supports completion of the surgical schedule

  • Prioritization based on instrument availability and the surgical schedule
  • Configurable info overviews of sterile goods and surgeries
  • Transparent production costs for prioritized trays. 
T-DOC instrument inventory

Complete inventory control and optimized purchasing

Streamlined stock and order processes

  • Manage multiple stocks from one location and ensure stock transparency across departments
  • Automatic order suggestions if stock levels fall below minimum requirements
  • Maintain accurate stock levels
  • Know exactly what, when and how much to purchase
T-DOC OR instrument counting

Efficient workflow in the surgical department

Smooth communication between the CSSD and OR

  • Instrument orders based on surgeon’s preferences
  • Instrument count registration before, during and after surgery
  • Link all used goods to the patient
  • Clear overview of sterile goods status and location for upcoming surgeries
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Integration with hospital IT systems and automation

Streamlined workflows, increased quality, and seamless communication

  • T-DOC interfaces with surgical scheduling, material management, finance and hospital information systems
  • T-DOC is the driving intelligence when interfacing with automation such as AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles), free-arm robots, and automated storage
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T-DOC expands with your needs

Adding new functionalities, departments and sites

  • Future-proof and modular solution
  • Adjustable to your specific workflow
  • For healthcare facilities of all sizes; from small hospitals needing basic traceability to advanced multi-sites with fully automated CSSDs, multiple stocks and third-party integrations.
T-DOC data insights on dashboards in T-DOC Sterile Supply Management Solution

Workflow optimization via data intelligence

Data-driven decision-making

  • Track your KPIs
  • Automatic reporting
  • Data on equipment statistics, instruments, staff, surgeries, stock, endoscopy, purchasing, costs, invoicing, etc.
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Quality assurance in the sterile supply workflow

T-DOC ensures that every important step in the reprocessing cycle is handled, providing you with auditable documentation for regulatory compliance. T-DOC also provides hospitals with full support to comply with all aspects of the UDI (Unique Device Identification) regulations and single instrument tracking.

OR nurse scanning instruments into T-DOC

Utilize OR resources efficiently and save time

T-DOC enables the CSSD to plan the sterile production according to the surgical schedule. Thereby, ensuring the correct surgical assets, at the right time and place, and minimizing cancelled and delayed surgeries. 

T-DOC high IT security and data protection

Protect your patient data with T-DOC

T-DOC helps hospitals set high standards for IT security when it comes to protection of sensitive information, restriction of which users can access which information, and storage of a detailed access log. 

T-DOC return on investment

Return on investment

T-DOC directly impacts cost savings in the CSSD with less time spent searching for instruments, onboarding of new staff, and on manual process. In the OR, T-DOC reduces preparation time and optimizes the workflow, allowing for a more efficient surgical schedule. Studies show that one additional surgery per day increases 450,000 EUR annually.