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Solving healthcare’s biggest challenges

Many care facilities struggle to find capacity and resources to meet demands in healthcare today. With the right expertise, processes and equipment, they can promote patient and caregiver wellbeing as well as reduce costs and increase efficiency.

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Interim Report January – September 2022

Arjo published its interim report for January – September 2022 on October 28th.

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Working at Arjo

There are more than 6500 people working at Arjo, serving healthcare providers, caregivers and facility managers in 100 countries all over the world. Our customers want to offer the best possible care in a safe, stimulating working environment. So, we are determined to meet their high expectations for quality and efficiency and meet our own expectation for driving better health outcomes.

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Where we make a difference

If you want to take good ideas from plan to outcome quickly, Arjo is the place for you. We have created a flexible working environment where we are expected to take ownership, create value and efficiency for healthcare, encourage growth and leadership, and empower each other and work as one team. Our global Academy, talent program, mentorship framework and assessment tools truly enable us to grow people and business together.

Request access to our free Architect Portal

If you do not have access to our free Architect Portal, please submit your request using the form.

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Where your contribution is valued

Arjo is a place where every initiative can have an impact. We are geared to empower each other in order to deliver greater value. Ultimately, we understand that we win or lose as one team. Because, when we work as a team, we can see the positive difference we make. Not just for our colleagues and teams, but also for the people facing mobility challenges and those who care for them.

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Long-term benefits

1957

Arjo was founded

6500

employees globally

Solutions to healthcare

Optimising costs and eficiencies in care
Promoting greater mobility with dignity

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Different benefits

30%

Lower overall dol hospital costs

33%

Shorter hospital length of stay

+ 100 countries

Short ICU length of stay

- 10 days

Fewer ventilator days

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Sitting practice out of bed

A person’s body shape and size, the supporting surface, and even their health or emotional state can influence their seated posture.

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Sitting on the side of the bed

Sitting a patient on the edge of the bed forms an important part of the early patient assessment, structured rehabilitation and seating plan.

Effective seating can help to:²

  • Reduce muscle atrophy
  • Improve sitting balance, strength and conditioning
  • Increase environmental awareness
  • Improve quality of life, well-being and participation in functional rehabilitation activities
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Mobility for living

Rehabilitation programmes recognise the importance of focusing on the individuals specific activities of living that are meaningful to them.

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Knowing dementia

Every September is World Alzheimer’s Month – a global campaign lead by Alzheimer’s Disease International. For 2021, the theme is ‘Know Dementia, Know Alzheimer’s’, highlighting the power of knowledge and how we can all raise more awareness.

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Moving care forward

Together, we can empower movement in dementia care towards better awareness, understanding and action. To find out how, sign up to our dementia care updates for the latest Arjo resources and material sent straight to your inbox.

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“As long as he can move, he’s happy”

For caregivers Lars and Francesca, maintaining mobility for someone with dementia is vital for maintaining quality of life. “Helge has traditionally been very active – not being able to move would be a big hit for his self-confidence and dignity.”

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Where your contribution is valued

Arjo is a place where every initiative can have an impact. We are geared to empower each other in order to deliver greater value. Ultimately, we understand that we win or lose as one team. Because, when we work as a team, we can see the positive difference we make. Not just for our colleagues and teams, but also for the people facing mobility challenges and those who care for them.

Where you can be proud of your work

There is a clear connection between mobility and well-being – both physical and mental. Empowering Movement makes a profound difference. We experience it every day at work. Not only does it support the healing, dignity and independence of people facing mobility challenges, but also the confidence and overall well-being of their caregivers. We take ownership of every opportunity to focus on healthcare outcomes, which improve people’s lives and the communities in which we live and work.

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Positioning solutions

With our prone positioning solutions, you can lower the risk of injury associated with prone positioning, and the number of caregivers and the physical effort needed to carry out a safe and controlled manoevre every time.

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Covid-19

Prone positioning is a main stay of treatment in COVID-19-related ARDS. But, with ICUSs under pressures, it can be challenging to carry out safety

 

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Prone positioning is a main stay of treatment in COVID-19-related ARDS. But, with ICUSs under pressures, it can be challenging to carry out safety.

 

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Repositioning dependent patients within their bed is the single greatest risk factor for musculoskeletal injuries for caregivers

 

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Repositioning dependent patients within their bed is the single greatest risk factor for musculoskeletal injuries for caregivers

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Repositioning dependent patients within their bed is the single greatest risk factor for musculoskeletal injuries for caregivers.

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Repositioning dependent patients within their bed is the single greatest risk factor for musculoskeletal injuries for caregivers

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Covid 19

Prone positioning is a mainstay of treatment in COVID-19-related ARDS. But, with ICUSs under pressure, it can be challenging to carry out safely.

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Prone positioning is a mainstay of treatment in COVID-19-related ARDS. But, with ICUSs under pressure, it can be challenging to carry out safely.

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Prone positioning is a mainstay of treatment in COVID-19-related ARDS. But, with ICUSs under pressure, it can be challenging to carry out safely.

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The manual handling of patients without supportive equipment is a key risk factor for musculoskeletal injury in nurses and therapists.

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The manual handling of patients without supportive equipment is a key risk factor for musculoskeletal injury in nurses and therapists.

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The manual handling of patients without supportive equipment is a key risk factor for musculoskeletal injury in nurses and therapists.

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Our services

We offer comprehensive services, product support and expertise to help care facilities improve clinical outcomes, maximise return on investment, and raise the standard of care.

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