Value Analysis

Cost, Quality and Outcomes, Patient Quality of Life, and Societal Benefits

When choosing products for a hospital system, the focus is changing from “cost of product” to “cost of care.” The cost of care extends well beyond surgery, to include follow-up care, procedures, a return to the patient’s previous activities, and quality of life.

Our analysis of value covers those comprehensive, multi-dimensional factors that we can control, thus providing us with the ability to work with healthcare providers in delivering the greatest impact and value in patient care.

patient icon image

Patients:
A single surgery with faster recovery and fewer complications, versus a staged repair requiring multiple surgeries.

surgeon icon image

Surgeons:
A single-stage, durable repair in complex cases.

hospitals icon image

Hospitals:
Positive clinical outcomes with low cost in use.

payors icon image

Payers:
An efficient solution in complex cases, with an effective single procedure.

Request a Custom Cost Analysis

In hernia surgery, total cost of care can vary widely if complications occur. To see how the cost of complications can affect your hospital’s bottom line, schedule a brief discussion with your local Gore sales associate for a custom value analysis.

Fill out my online form.