AITA

A data-driven solution extracting data through automated picking and staging units, transforming routine data points into actionable insights, and optimizing decision making with a descriptive analytics platform.

AITA

Customer Benefits

Hospital staff reviewing AITA suture management data

Non-Clinical Connections

Materials management is a key component to patient care. Connected and informed Preference Cards. Improving trust through data & analytics.

AITA uncovered 830% variability in suture costs for the same procedure performed at a hospital*

aita ethicon suture management

Efficiency + 

Reduction of Long-Tail inventory. Time savings and refocus of headspace for clinical staff. Product & procedure standardization and optimization.

AITA uncovered an estimated 2,200 hours saved annually due to suture picking and restock time*

Screens of laptop and tablet with AITA Data and Analytics Insights Engine dashboards

Advanced Systems Thinking

Insights platform provides immediate answers to questions and replaces nebulous reports. Quarterly consultative action planning. Recommendations engine enables hospital project formation.

AITA analytics identified opportunity for a 23% reduction in SKUs purchased*

Waste reduction leading to environmental benefits

Sustainability

Reduction of waste. Streamlined ordering & replenishment. Migration to everything being ‘just in time.’

AITA created efficiencies that reduced suture waste, leading to a potential annual cost savings of $270K for 1 hospital*

Training Videos

Resources

Kiosk Product Retrieval
Kiosk Product Retrieval
01:11
On Demand Picking
On Demand Picking
00:52
Reconciliation
Reconciliation
01:13
Kiosk Restocking
Kiosk Restocking
01:29
Kiosk Replenishment
Kiosk Replenishment
02:15
Hub Replenishment
Hub Replenishment
02:04
Order Management
Order Management
01:07
Kiosk Demo
Kiosk Demo
01:58

Learn More about AITA

    

AITA Implementation User Guide

Solutions Overview

References

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* ADAM Beta Test Figures, 2019 Ethicon, Inc. (Beta test conducted with the first version of AITA -- previously named ADAM -- in 1 hospital over 8 weeks with 32 HCPs and 5 non-clinical staff members across 71 procedures)