Four major Dutch hospitals will act as innovation partners and will be among the first to work with Incision Assist: Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST), Leiden University Medical Centre (LUMC), Amsterdam University Medical Center, and IJsselland Ziekenhuis (YSL).
Medical device companies Mölnlycke and Stryker will be the first companies to collaborate with Incision to deliver content for the surgical equipment and materials section of the app.
Data analytics partner NewCompliance will be the first to partner with Incision to create the infrastructure so that the information can be displayed on several screens in the OR.
‘With Incision Assist, we expect a significant reduction in wasted materials and time. By combining protocol data with the individual specifications for each patient, we aim to reduce the time that teams need to prepare patients for the OR. Team preparation is coordinated through visualization of this data, allowing an easy rollout and intuitive workflow. This should benefit the work atmosphere and offer a safe learning and working environment.”