$11 Billion
The annual treatment costs
for pressure injuries1


Stryker's Guarantee Programs

Reduce: Pressure injuries by 30% | Surface rentals by 50% |

Falls by 50% or you get your money back.2

Let us help carry the weight.

Ask our experts about our risk-sharing programs for long-term financial investment and how we can help lift the burden off your back. 

Calculate potential savings over time.

Hospital-acquired pressure injuries cost up to $151,700 on average, depending on severity.3 

Identify the potential savings your facility could realize by reducing costly patient falls, pressure injuries, or specialty support surface rentals.

Pressure Injury Tool

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Fall Reduction Tool

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Did you know?

$30,000

The average cost for a fall with injury*

$250,000

The average cost of a pressure injury settlement**

Stryker's financial guarantee programs

Together, we carry the weight. And with our guarantee programs, that weight is even lighter. See how it all comes together.

See our guarantees for yourself.

Reduce Falls by 50%

Stryker’s iBed Wireless Financial Guarantee: Our program guarantees a 50% reduction in bed-related falls occurring on standardized Stryker beds equipped with Wireless technology4. Personnel training and more make up this risk sharing program. 

Reduce Pressure Injuries by 30%

Stryker’s program guarantees a 30% reduction in hospital-acquired pressure injuries when using our support surfaces5. Personnel training and more make up this risk sharing program.

Rental Reduction Guarantee

We guarantee a 50% reduction in non-capital support surface costs in the first year when using our surfaces.6

360

Prevention 360 Guarantee

An inclusive Stryker experience

The Prevention 360 program is an outcomes-based partnership with Stryker. It provides a comprehensive financial guarantee for your facility helping to reduce falls, pressure injuries, and rentals—all in one package.

Reduce Falls by 50%

Stryker’s iBed Wireless Financial Guarantee: We guarantee a 50% reduction in bed-related falls occurring on Stryker beds equipped with Wireless Technology.4