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Impact on Operating Room Efficiency

Case Study: Impact on Operating Room Efficiency and Patient Safety, after 1 year with ORCOCKPIT+ Surgical staff members indicated a substantial reduction in work related stress and departmental miscommunications. They also indicated that working in real-time has not only reduced adverse events and complications by an estimate of 15-30%, but drastically improved individual and team […]


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How To Improve Operating Room Performance

Written by Felicia Parkman, MSN, RN-BC, CPHIMS, Clinical Advisor at NewCompliance. In most hospitals, OR performance reports are typically available retrospectively from the business office. It can take days, or even weeks, for teams to even obtain reports which then require further analysis by a surgical team member. For example, discussions about periOperative performance are […]

Five steps to improve safe surgical procedures

There are five important steps to reduce risks and prevent adverse events, according to The Joint Commission. The OR Cockpit maximizes the teams action for these five steps and enhances the patient-team collaboration, at every operation. Assess unique wrong-site surgery risks. With the OR Cockpit surgical teams have a standardized tool to identify and respond […]

European subsidy for solutions cath labs and hybrid ORs

For the past twelve months, NewCompliance has been receiving a subsidy from the Dutch government through the European ITEA program for the development of “clinical workflow support” in cooperation with a number of other companies, universities, and hospitals in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden. Together with partners Philips and LUMC, the subsidy is being used […]

It’s official: $3 million for further development and expansion to USA

NewCompliance has raised $3 million in capital to fund further development and expansion to the USA. The Series A round of funding involved investments by the Mayo Clinic, InnovationQuarter and Noaber foundation and was signed in the presence of the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and the Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker in Boston.

NewCompliance granted ISO 27001 and NEN 7510 certification

At NewCompliance, security is one of our highest priorities. This includes guaranteeing the security of the information we process. The NEN 7510 and ISO 27001 standards are aimed at keeping information secure and ensuring that we conform to the strictest security requirements.