How Clinical Education Plays a Role in Successful Adoption
Pain management systems that promote earlier ambulation without the need for narcotics are appealing to both clinical surgeons and administrators alike. However, gaining adoption of such systems relies on more than just proven patient success rates.
The Avanos educational and training programs help medical leaders see the big picture of utilizing the ON-Q* pain management system far beyond long-term clinical benefits. This first-hand account by Dr. Adam Myers, CMO of Texas Health Resources, shares how the Avanos programs also support adoption by offering:
- Clinical training to ensure physicians are comfortable implementing ON-Q*
- Understanding on how to talk with patients and administrators about the benefits of ON-Q*
- Education on document preparation for appropriate reimbursements