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Patient education
in its most agile form.
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infoskop clarifies treatments to patients. The x-rays, CT or MRI scans, or sonography images that you can call up on the iPad and mark via the pen function are always there when decisions need to be taken about whether to proceed conservatively or surgically.

Understanding treatments improves patient compliance and increases acceptance of the service. Carefully designed animation of the musculoskeletal system, and the explanation of conservative, minimally invasive, endoscopic and micro-surgical techniques quickly sweep away uncertainties and misunderstandings and confirm patients in the favoured approach.

The predefined structure of patient education makes optimal use of your time and removes the burden of troublesome red tape from you and your team. The automatic logging function reduces the administrative effort of patient education and documentation to a very productive minimum.

Seeing, hearing and comprehension creates understanding. Just hearing doesn't mean understanding, let alone comprehension and therefore memorising and acting. We provide you with your tailor-made media suite, with over 1,400 videos in different categories.

Dialogue videos are silent videos that form the basis for a dialogue on difficult issues that are shown in a pleasant yet factually correct way. You can draw (pen function) and explain at any time during the videos. Each explanation is automated or incorporated into a set of documents by the user.

Presentation videos show medical issues with a sound track. The videos are particularly suitable as preparation for a consultation with the doctor and can be viewed on the iPad or on a monitor/TV. This gives you more time to get down to business in the individual consultation.

Marketing videos inform patients about your services and promote these in a targeted way. You can use them on the iPad, in the treatment rooms or as reception TV, giving you a flexible and powerful tool to generate targeted demand that you can fully delegate and control.

What benefits should you expect?
  • Better understanding of illnesses and treatments
  • Improved patient compliance
  • Better evaluation of the service by the patient
  • Better acceptance of the service by the patient
  • High levels of patient satisfaction with range of information
  • High levels of acceptance – even with elderly patients
  • Reduces doctor's time through partial delegation
  • Reduces doctor's time through pre-informing the patient
  • Real-time link between iPad and all practice monitors
  • Optimised practice marketing
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Preventive, conservative, surgical.

Whether preventive, conservative or surgical, infoskop® supports the care you provide in orthopaedics and emergency surgery, from recording medical history and promoting services to communicating diagnoses and treatments, and explaining interventions.
  • Shorten the waiting time for your patients with individually prepared animated patient education or IGel services.
  • Find out about different op variants for stabilising knee, shoulder, hand, hip and ankle joints.
  • On the subject of endoprosthetics, use arguments and medical issues to deal with a wide range of worries.
  • Use 3D anatomical illustrations to explain any aspect of the overall musculoskeletal system.
  • Use special treatments and desired services that are well beyond the normal standard to succeed with particularly demanding patients.
  • Prove your step-by-step treatment plan using the wide range of digital patient education materials on conservative and alternative medical procedures to minimise risk for patients.
  • Find out about preventive options for widespread orthopaedic diseases on the flatscreen TV.
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“With infoskop my patients immediately understand that I will use minimally invasive arthroscopy with just one invasion to carry out both diagnosis and treatment.”
Dr. Frank E. Meiler, Surgeon