WE DO IT BECAUSE WE CARE

We promote patient safety by tracking surgical
equipment and collecting real-time data that
lower the cost and simplify your OR & CSSD
resource management.
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CARE FOR YOUR TAG

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CARE FOR YOUR TAG

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WE MAKE YOU WORK SMARTER, FASTER & BETTER

Our solution is designed to ensure that the necessary instruments are ready on time, every time. Here’s 3 advantages on having Caretag in your health facility:

Increased ROI

Through operational efficiency of the team and equiment. We’re able to identify possible
issues before they happen.

Sustainability

We provide precise product usage data that helps you to decrease the amount unused and lost instruments throughout the lifecycle.

Legal compliance

Be compliant to the ever-evolving laws regarding the safety and traceability of surgical
instruments.

ABOUT CARETAG

In the US, researchers estimate that 4.000 never-events
(safety incidents that should not occur) happen each year*.
Around the world, that number is as superior as it is
frightening. That’s why we are here.

Our solutions are adaptable and can be integrated into the
system that any health facility currently uses, making it
possible to obtain real-time data that can lead to an
increase in patient safety, sta productivity, revenue
through operational efficiency and a greater sustainability in
your business.

In addition to all the benefits, Caretag also helps your
health facility to be compliant with the ever-evolving laws
regarding the safety and traceability of surgical instruments
in medical establishments. Discover everything we can do
for you by clicking on the button below:

*Mehtsun, W. T., Ibrahim, A. M., Diener-West, M., Pronovost, P. J., & Makary, M. A. (2013). Surgical
never events in the United States. Surgery (United States), 153(4), 465-472. https:/ doi.org/
10.1016/j.surg.2012.10.005

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