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Draeger Introduces New Design Templates to the Attainia Supplier Library

Proven Room Plans Simplify Planning and Design of Acute Care Areas for Healthcare Facilities

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“Draeger’s room designs, in addition to their nearly one hundred products supported in the Attainia catalog, make planning and design easier and more accurate for Attainia members,” says Anil Singhal, MD, VP Supply Chain Services at Attainia.

Telford, PA (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

Draeger announces the creation of sponsored templates into the Attainia library for comprehensive planning and design of acute care areas for healthcare facilities. Incorporating Draeger’s knowledge of acute care workflow and advanced technology, four new design templates facilitate the planning of operating rooms, intensive care units, neonatal intensive care units, and emergency trauma rooms.

“The new Draeger room templates provide proven solutions for new hospital construction, expansions and remodeling projects,” says Sam Larson, Vice President of Marketing for Hospital Solutions, Draeger Medical, Inc. “The complete room layouts are taken from actual implementations and are populated with innovative solutions that can support improved clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, and patient and caregiver satisfaction. The templates help simplify planning and design and were developed with a focus on optimizing patient care.”

The new design templates make the most efficient use of valuable space and clinical resources, and take into consideration clinical workflow best practices. They include comprehensive information about products and devices to help clinical decision makers determine which devices best meet their unique requirements. The templates also provide valuable planning tips and guidelines, along with budgetary pricing.

Acute care areas that are designed according to proven templates can help hospitals achieve their Triple Aim goals. Triple Aim is a framework for optimizing health system performance. Adopted by many organizations, the Triple Aim goals are defined as:

  • Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction)
  • Improving the health of populations
  • Reducing the per capita cost of healthcare

“Draeger’s room designs, in addition to their nearly one hundred products supported in the Attainia catalog, make planning and design easier and more accurate for Attainia members – both hospitals and equipment consultants,” says Anil Singhal, MD, VP Supply Chain Services at Attainia. “Attainia users appreciate suppliers who are proactively improving the outcomes of healthcare construction and renovation projects.”

Draeger. Technology for Life®
Draeger is an international leader in the fields of medical and safety technology. Our products protect, support and save lives. Founded in 1889, Draeger generated revenues of around EUR 2.37 billion in 2013. The Draeger Group is currently present in more than 190 countries and has about 13,500 employees worldwide. Please visit http://www.draeger.com for more information.

About Attainia, Inc.
Attainia, a privately held company founded in 2001, empowers healthcare providers, alliances, planners and suppliers to collaboratively achieve the greatest lifetime value from every capital equipment purchase. Attainia’s enterprise solutions include PLAN for project equipment planning, BUDGET for routine capital workflow management and TRACK for capital equipment replacement forecasting. For more information, visit http://www.attainia.com.


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