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In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

Provide ultimate care at great value

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

Realize standardized processes that reduce risks to patients

Aim for the best care in fertility centers

There’s no doubt that infertility treatment is expensive, especially procedures like In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Fertility centers are not only interested in improving birth, pregnancy and success rates but also provide ultimate care at a great value. 

Undergoing fertility treatment is an intense and emotional process. If the treatment is not performed as intended, for example by an incident, this can lead to a traumatic experience and could cause great harm to mother and child. In addition, incidents can result in high costs in the form of claims, and could even result in legal procedures.

Improve the quality and safety of fertility centers

To prevent this, fertilization centers must create a culture of safety where improving quality and safety requires continuous attention. With the TPSC Collaborative, Governance Risk & Compliance Software you can!

Optimize processes using TPSC’s Governance, Risk & Compliance Software

The software developed by The Patient Safety Company realizes standardized processes that reduces risks to clients and employees and improves the quality of the center. Weaknesses of existing processes are discovered, analyzed and optimized. The "Plan-Do-Study-Act" method is fully integrated. 

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