Best Practice Professionals, Inc. and Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd. Announce Partnership for Surgical Instrument Management

Best Practice Professionals, Inc. and Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd. Announce Partnership for Surgical Instrument Management

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Best Practice Professionals, Inc., a leading provider of oneSOURCE Document Management Service®, an electronic database that provides immediate access to manufacturers’ Instructions for Use (IFU) documents, has entered into a partnership with Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd., the leading provider of RFID enabled surgical instrument visibility solutions for the healthcare industry. Haldor’s ORLocate® system now has a link to BPP’s oneSOURCE Document Management Service®, allowing hospital customers to concurrently view both the instrument and equipment cleaning IFU documents and tracking, management, and analysis of surgical instruments on an individual basis in real time.

ORLocate® enables hospitals to significantly reduce costs associated to surgical instrument shrinkage as well as provide accurate usage data on each instrument to optimize instrument set size and overall inventory. The system helps increase staff productivity and accuracy by actively guiding and monitoring the technician’s entire workflow cycle to ensure compliance. It improves patient safety and infection control and prevents retained surgical items by provision of accurate instrument level data. With this partnership, Best Practice Professionals is fully integrated to leverage Haldor’s real-time surgical instrument management solutions that deliver both the location and status of surgical instruments in sterile processing departments and operating rooms.

“We are excited about the partnership as we understand that optimizing processing efficiency, reducing costs, and enhancing patient safety through improved surgical instrument management in collaboration with Best Practice Professionals Inc. brings significant value tohospitals," said Sabina Chadha EVP of Sales and Marketing, Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd.

oneSOURCE Document Management Service® helps healthcare facilities meet CMS, AAAHC and Joint Commission accreditation requirements. Surveyors now ask that technicians show they are following current Manufacturers’ IFU documents when cleaning, decontaminating, and sterilizing clinical equipment and reusable surgical instruments. oneSOURCE Document Management Service® saves healthcare facilities time, space and money with an easy to access, up-to-date, online database. The oneSOURCE Customer Service Team responds to healthcare facilities’ IFU document needs by acting as a liaison with the manufacturer, providing notification of revised documents and adding documents upon request at no additional charge.

“The oneSOURCE database saved me weeks of research... It was as simple as entering a catalog number and vendor.” Jacobi Medical Center, NY

“We are pleased to offer our clients the oneSOURCE/Haldor Technologies interface as a value-added resource to help improve the quality of patient care,” said Heather Thomas, VP Sales and Marketing, Best Practice Professionals, Inc.

Since 2006, Best Practice Professionals has been committed to improving processing efficiencies by making it easy for hospitals, clinics and surgery centers to be compliant with manufacturers' Instruction for Use documents. The founders have more than fifty years of combined experience in the healthcare industry. Today, BPP's oneSOURCE Document Management Service® is recognized as a leader in the field by meeting or exceeding the expectations of healthcare facilities and delivering the most complete electronic database of sterile processing documents. The only database of its kind, BPP's one SOURCE Document Management Service® provides electronic versions of thousands of manufacturers' cleaning, decontamination, and assembly/disassembly instructions for surgical instruments. In addition, the database includes manufacturers' instructions for medical device technique manuals and clinical equipment manufacturers' cleaning and maintenance instructions. The database is continually updated as new instruments/devices come to market. For more information and a free demo, please call or visit our website .

Haldor Advanced Technologies is committed to helping hospitals meet the ongoing challenge of increasing operational efficiencies, reducing costs, and improving patient safety by enabling hospitals to effectively track, manage, and analyze surgical instruments on an individual basis. Haldor’s leading surgical instrument visibility solution, ORLocate® empowers hospitals to significantly reduce costs associated to surgical instrument shrinkage in both the operating room and sterile processing departments, to increase staff productivity by eliminating manual counting procedures, and to improve patient safety by managing infection control and the prevention of retained surgical items with accurate instrument level data. Headquartered in Hod Hasharon, Israel, Haldor has offices in Europe, the Middle East, and North America. For more information, please visit .

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