Houston TX - June 29, 2016 Seremedi Inc, the maker of CareScriptions®, the only mobile platform that offers a complete care coordination solution for perioperative care, announced the launch of their CareScriptions® PDQ program at the Annual Perioperative Surgical Home Summit in Chicago. As healthcare providers move to implement perioperative surgical home services, the biggest obstacle to adoption is interference with existing processes. CareScriptions® Perioperative care Deployment Quick-start (PDQ) is a service that guides integrated hospital teams through the challenges of preparing and implementing the processes needed to deliver perioperative care.

The CareScriptions® PDQ program is facilitated through the CareScriptions® mobile platform, which coordinates care teams, delivers customizable care pathways and enables real-time data sharing and communication between integrated practice teams and their patients.

“Seremedi's team of experts has worked with surgical teams to master perioperative care implementation processes - and the CareScriptions® mobile platform enables increased efficiency for prescribing guided care, having timely video check-ins with patients, receiving instant access to patients' vitals, symptoms, compliance and patient reported outcomes in a way that fits into and complements existing workflows. That efficiency greatly improves doctors' and patients' lives,” said Kim Bond Evans, Founder and CEO of Seremedi.

With CareScriptions® PDQ, Seremedi's perioperative care process experts work with surgical teams to understand existing workflows, care pathways and bottlenecks – defining the necessary implementation protocols that help hospitals deliver perioperative care. "Process change in a hospital environment can be extremely difficult," noted Patrick J. McGinnis, MD, a member of Seremedi's Medical Advisory Board. "The CareScriptions® PDQ program complements the natural workflow of physician teams, while the CareScriptions® technology reflects the way we work - allowing us to concentrate on providing high quality care for our patients. This is important as hospital executives increasingly realize that perioperative care is crucial for the overall patient experience."