Guide your patients to safe and effective pain control after surgery
Patient education has a significant impact in decreasing opioid use with no increase in reported pain. These programs have been reviewed by multiple surgical associations and can help you educate patients about safe pain control after surgery and meet all safety, FDA, and Joint Commission requirements.
We have skills training on local anesthetics, online educational (CME) programs, webcasts, specialty-specific education, and quality improvement programs.See What’s Available
The brochures include medication and non-medication management, a functional scale to guide pain control options, and information on opioid disposal and tapering. These materials promote effective pain management planning prior to surgery.See the Brochures
If you are a healthcare professional who has to fulfill the MIPS requirement, then our quality improvement program in Safe Pain Control may help you track current practices and the effect of an intervention (i.e., patient education, reduced opioid prescribing in combination with non-opioid medication use for moderate pain, etc). Acceptance into SPREP allows individuals or small groups of surgeons to view their practice behaviors and implement changes that result in better patient outcomes.