60% of surgical patients have modifiable conditions. When expertly addressed; costly complications are decreased or avoided.
PeriOptions’ Clinicians provide care coordination before and after surgery for best possible optimization of modifiable medical conditions, improving overall health before surgery and recovery post surgery.
The use of evidence-based care minimizes surgical complications, hospital stays, and readmissions.
PeriOptions Clinicians optimize modifiable medical conditions and prompt smart lifestyle choices.
The result—fewer complications, shorter hospital stays, less ICU use, readmission-avoidance, and efficient post-acute care disposition.
PeriOptions Clinicians help you get in best possible shape before your surgery by coordinating and managing your care and serving as your guide.
A safer and more satisfying experience with a smoother recovery likely means that you return to life, work and home sooner!
Getting ready for surgery is just like training for a marathon. The best results come after dedicated and carefully timed preparation, support from friends and heeding the advice of coaches.
Along with the Surgeon, PeriOperative Care Clinicians are coaches throughout the surgical journey. They expertly evaluate patient readiness for surgery and provide guidance and management to be in the best shape possible for the upcoming stress of surgery on your body.
Preparing for surgery should occur as soon as surgery is declared. It includes an understanding of medical history, an examination, and selected tests to enable best treatment plans including impactful lifestyle choices.
When this occurs –
…see improved DRG performance and CMS incentives payments. Surgery Centers can more safely manage patients who may otherwise have been unsuitable candidates.
…see better value for performance because of highly integrated, coordinated, and navigated care.
We are a team of national and international practitioners and industry experts with backgrounds from leading institutions such as (Harvard, UCLA, Duke, University of Michigan, University College London) working together to improve surgical processes and experiences.
Our collective experience, expertise, research and relationships with industry, policy experts, academics as well as leading hospitals, and ambulatory surgery centers, enables us to provide the best possible PeriOperative care and service for the benefit of patients, facilities, and payors alike.