This central hospital in northern Haifa serves a population of 2 million. Live with Orpheus since 2011, the system has transformed how surgical and procedure lab documentation is done. Today the hospital is setting the standard to video collaboration between multi-disciplinary teams.
Read here about their recent paper on recording and documenting endoscopic procedures.
Digital Recording and Documentation of Endoscopic Procedures: Do Patients and Doctors Think Alike?
The Orpheus System is being used extensively on a daily basis in Gastroenterology, Surgery, the Cath Lab, Gynecology, Pathology, ENT, Urology, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology and ICU.
With Orpheus, surgeons and GI physicians have the right tools to collaborate over video as a standard operating procedure. Each day, they review cases and prepare for surgery using Orpheus Web, with direct effect on surgical quality and patient outcomes, with transparency second nature to all.
At the Adult ICU, the Orpheus Mobile application is helping physicians to track wounds and bed ulcers for each patient that is being admitted.
The recent upgrade of Orpheus Mobile together with the implementation of the Orpheus CAST device in the Cath Lab has already proven itself within a week. Each cardiac catheterization procedure is recorded and stored on the Orpheus System. During the weekend, the Chief Cardiologist received a phone call from the lab, with the physicians concerned about one of the patients and whether he was stable enough to transfer.
Prior to the Orpheus System, the Chief Cardiologist would have to drive all the way to the hospital, resulting in many more minutes of concen. Now, using the Orpheus Mobile application, the cardiologist was able to quickly see the relevant clip and determine the right course of action.