Endosee® Advance: A low-cost advancement for reimbursed procedures

Direct endometrial evaluation with Endosee® Advance can help you provide a better standard of care at a better price to patients. Because procedures can happen in any exam room, Endosee® Advance can help patients avoid unnecessary OR intervention.

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cost savings

Avoiding OR intervention may save as much as $3,500 per patient1,2

Estimated calculation of savings in procedure charges of patients undergoing diagnostic office hysteroscopy who did not need to undergo OR hysteroscopy.


In a study of 130 patients at two outpatient clinics in academic university settings, 75 patients (57.7%) who underwent office hysteroscopy for abnormal bleeding did not need to undergo hysteroscopy in the OR. 55 (42.3%) patients underwent both inpatient and office hysteroscopy.

This represented an estimated savings of $1498 per patient (95% confidence interval, $1051–$1923) in procedure charges.

Among the 55 women who underwent OR hysteroscopy, there was 71% agreement between findings on hysteroscopy in the OR.

Reliable In-Office Use with a Reusable, Low-Cost Device

Costs

*The procedure cost for patients requiring both the inpatient procedure and the OR procedure could be up to $6302.

Used in reimbursed procedures

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Helps you and your patients avoid the hassles and worry of delayed diagnosis 2,3

Immediate diagnostic information at the time of visit via Endosee® Advance helps reduce your patients’ worry and stress of waiting.2

Endosee® Advance can help reduce:

Appointments

Extra appointments

OR Cost

OR costs

Wait times

Wait times

Staffing

Staffing allocation and training

Schedule conflicts

Schedule conflicts

Sterilization costs

Sterilization costs



References

1. Goldstein SR, Anderson TL. Endometrial Evaluation: Are you still relying on a blind biopsy? OBG Mgmt Supp. 2017;10:S1-S4.
2. Moawad N, Santamaria E, Johnson M, Shuster J. Cost effectiveness of office hysteroscopy for abnormal bleeding. JSLS. 2014;18:1-5.
3. Isaacson K. Office Hysteroscopy: a valuable but under-utilized technique. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol. 2002;14:381-385.

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