We get it. Using paper has it charms and comforts. It’s like a security blanket. No one should have to give that up. Instead, we’d like to offer an approach you can think of as paper+. All the benefits of paper, plus the security you get from readable, organized, easy to verify documentation at your fingertips.

Implement best practices with configurable software that supports your workflow. Create a continuous patient record from pre-operative to intra-operative through recovery. The AIMS record is a system that’s helping anesthesiologists worldwide finally kick their paper habit.

Create lasting process improvement seamlessly

  • A bad process + good software=bad process. Change the process to make true improvements
  • With the strategic implementation planning visit our team provides best practice advice to make OR's more efficient with software and expert consulting

Picis has the highest physician adoption rates in the industry

  • When using Picis Physician Led Deployment there is a 90% physician adoption of the Anesthesia Manager software
  • Anesthesiologists who use the software everyday assist new Picis Customers with their build and training for AIMS

Native connectivity—no third party device integration needed

  • We have a library of over 400 device drivers—if we don't have a driver for your device, we'll build it
  • There is no third party which means no costs for integration. You get the software, you get the driver
  • Cut out the middle man. If you have a problem with the driver or device connectivity you come to us for resolution

Streamline and automate the preoperative assessment

  • Complete and detailed information on patient health including specific risk assessments, medical history, previous surgeries, completed tests, signed consents and surgical readiness
  • Allow anesthetists to quickly build concise and completed anesthetic assessments while supporting the workflow surrounding the preoperative evaluation
  • Optimize for quick data access making it easy to read and support multidisciplinary preoperative documentation and chart review 

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