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Inpatient Ward/Outpatient Department

Because less is often more

Time pressure and staffing shortages — these are common on many wards. This is precisely the type of situation where treatment standards help to free up time resources whilst ensuring quality. With L&R OPTILINE together we will establish a predefined standard along the lines of evidence-based medicine.

L&R OPTILINE® goes the extra mile

After inspecting all items classified as medical devices, we visit your wards to analyze how the products you have ordered are used. Special attention is paid to treatment concepts and systems. With L&R, you have a full-service supplier with the requisite expertise on your side, a supplier who will develop a hospital-wide standard with you after the analysis. The result is the synergy of quality products and their standardized use. This results in shorter treatment times and unused capacities in your employees.

We are there for every step of the optimization process

When hospital-wide, interdepartmental treatment standards are introduced this is often associated with a changed range of products. Therefore, in the event of a change, take advantage of our offer to preview new items and teach future users how best to handle them. If your employees are familiar with the products, they will be more confident when handling them. This makes the transition smooth and all employees have the same level of information. The training sessions can take place at your location or at the L&R Academy.

  • standardized treatment concepts
  • shorter treatment duration
  • economical use of products
  • unused capacities in staff

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