"Raising the quality of hernia care: Is there a need?" – SAGES Hernia Task Force
I came across this abstract today. It’s from less than three years ago. It reflects closely much of what we’ve been discussing on this forum. Hopefully the conclusions will be acted on.
Major reported deficits in hernia care include: lack of standardization in training and care, “one size fits all” technical approach and inadequate patient follow-up/outcome measures. There is a need for a comprehensive, flexible and tailored educational program to equip surgeons and their teams to raise the quality of hernia care and bring greater value to their patients.
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