Getinge Australia T-DOC Electronic Traceability solution

Monday, 02 May, 2022 | Supplied by: Getinge Australia Pty Ltd


Getinge Australia’s T-DOC Electronic Traceability solution helps deliver sterile goods with quality assurance.

Tracking reusable medical devices is not only critical in preventing the spread of healthcare-associated infections, it is a requirement. The T-DOC electronic instrument traceability solution is designed to ensure complete traceability, optimised instrument and device use, and just-in-time delivery for surgeries, facilitating optimal care for patients. It enables efficient utilisation of resources and helps users make data-driven decisions, offering automation and integration with the hospital’s IT infrastructure.

The T-DOC 2000 solution is a comprehensive instrument tracking system. It supports the sterile supply workflow of instruments, consumables and implants, from reprocessing, inventory and logistics to use. It provides clear and easy-to-read labelling and on-screen instructions, helping reduce the risk of human errors and facilitate accurate inventory.

An optimised sterile supply workflow provides the hospital with improved resource utilisation related to staffing, instrumentation, accurate prioritisation and reprocessing equipment. Providing staff with instant access to valuable tools, alerts and reports, T-DOC helps to improve the sterile supply workflow throughout the entire hospital.

T-DOC allows for complete inventory control by managing multiple stocks from one location. Users can maintain accurate stock levels, streamline order processes and enable transparency across departments. Hospital stocks can represent a high value, so full visibility of purchase and expiration dates is important. T-DOC manages this, and provides relevant data for purchasing; to know exactly what, when and how much to purchase.

When it launched 25 years ago, Getinge’s sterile supply management solution T-DOC was claimed to be the first solution worldwide offering healthcare facilities the opportunity to move from paper-based to fully electronic surgical instrument traceability. Although T-DOC has been consistently developed throughout the years, the core concept remains: easy and efficient to use.

1 AS/NZS 4187:2014 Reprocessing of reusable medical devices in health service organisations

Online: www.getinge.com/anz
Phone: 1800 438 464
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