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The main objective of this study is to carry out a medico-economic evaluation of a new platform for outpatient surgical care, by comparing the effectiveness, utility and benefits of the deployment of this trajectory on patients and the health system to a control group.


Clinical Trial Description

Outpatient surgery allows the patient to leave the hospital on the day of their surgery and thus avoid complete hospitalization. There are many advantages to this practice. Patients can remain in the comfort of their own home with the support of their family caregivers and the healthcare system can avoid incurring additional hospital costs and redirect these savings to other critical needs. However, despite the advantages of outpatient surgery, the tools and measures currently in place to supervise the preparation before the operation and the follow-up after the operation are suboptimal. Following surgery, adverse events such as moderate to severe pain, nausea/vomiting, infection and bleeding from the operative site are very rarely sought out and detected by healthcare facilities. However, these are the main causes of readmissions or emergency consultations for patients. In order to optimize the care offer, the anesthesiology department, the innovation and artificial intelligence center of the CHUM as well as the Quebec telecare platform LeoMed have joined forces in order to offer, through a health application, follow-up and personalized support for patients undergoing outpatient surgery. The investigators believe that the integration of this platform in the course of care will allow early diagnosis of the main postoperative complications and therefore, prevent calls to the Health-Info line, emergency room returns, as well as readmissions or unscheduled postoperative consultations. ;


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NCT number NCT04948632
Study type Interventional
Source Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM)
Contact Florian Robin, MD, FRCPC
Phone 514 890 8000
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 2022
Completion date February 2023

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