DocSpera Surgical Schedule is Here!

You’ve spoken and we’ve listened. We are proud to announce DocSpera Surgical Schedule, our newest feature.

You can now have access to your surgical schedule at your fingertips on your mobile, iPad or desktop, accessible from anywhere through the DocSpera App. Through DocSpera, surgical cases are coordinated across care team, industry representatives and OR in real-time.

DocSpera Surgical Schedule allows for improved efficiency and elimination of errors by providing critical pre-op information, case images and case status.

The New DocSpera Messaging Has Arrived

We are pleased to announce the new DocSpera Messaging designed exclusively for iOS, available now for download from the Apple App Store for free.

We’ve made a number of changes that will make it easier to use:

  1. Easy to read and navigate messaging design
  2. Text-like responsive compose feature
  3. New and flexible attachment options with few clicks
  4. High priority setting with multiple alerting capabilities

Other new enhancements…

  • Compatible with iPad, iPad Air and iPad Mini
  • Be able to see when messages have been delivered

Leaders in Joint Replacement Volunteer to be “On Call” on DocSpera

Immediate Past President, Thomas K. Fehring, MD, has called on AAHKS members who are also members of The Hip Society and The Knee Society to serve “on call” for the DocSpera case sharing Web portal. He has assembled 61 volunteers who will be ready to comment on cases shared through the portal. One volunteer will serve each week for the next year and beyond. “Their willingness to do this will help not only an AAHKS colleague in need of a second opinion, but will undoubtedly help their patients,” said Dr. Fehring.

To post images and videos for a difficult case, visit Click the Login link to register as a physician.

DocSpera Launches on Salesforce AppExchange, the World’s Leading Business Apps Marketplace

Medical Device Customers can now access the HIPAA compliant app, DocSpera, within the Salesforce1 Platform to reach and securely collaborate with their Physician Customers via the AppExchange.

As part of this partnership, DocSperataps into the power of Salesforce’s connected cloud technologies to help accelerate business transformation for the connected world.

Sunnyvale, Calif. – November 3, 2014 – DocSpera today announced it has launched its mobile and web platform on Salesforce AppExchange, empowering businesses to connect with customers and partners in entirely new ways. DocSpera is a HIPAA compliant secure physician workflow and collaboration cloud based platform. Members improve patient care, and increase physician and medical device collaboration through DocSpera’s web and mobile secure messaging and care coordination solutions. The DocSpera platform allows surgeons and procedural specialists to collaborate with peers, their care teams, and medical device representatives on complex cases, preoperative plans, and OR scheduling including x-ray, video, image and case sharing.

“Since our launch in late 2013, thousands of surgeons and device reps depend on DocSpera for their day to day care delivery. Partnering with Salesforce extends our reach and delivers a seamless solution to our customers,” said Sy Fahimi, co-founder, DocSpera.

Built on the Salesforce1 Platform, the new DocSpera platform built to transform sales, service and marketing is currently available on the AppExchange at

“Companies are looking to transform the way they connect with customers, partners and employees to thrive in the today’s connected world,”said Ron Huddleston, senior vice president, ISV & partner programs, Salesforce. “By leveraging the power of the Salesforce1 Platform, DocSpera provides customers with the proven social, mobile and connected cloud technologies to accelerate business success.”

Product Key Features

DocSpera for Salesforce1 features a bi-directional integration between Salesforce and DocSpera that is expected to give medical device representative unfettered access to their surgeons that they support. Medical device teams will be able to provide educational content to their customers, respond quickly to request/questions and access shared operating room schedule & plan inventory for upcoming surgeries.

“As part of the Salesforce Partner Program, DocSpera provides medical device representative a cost effective, secure, and direct support access to their physician customers all within the world’s leading CRM platform,” noted Samuel Ethiopia, COO, DocSpera.

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About Salesforce AppExchange

Salesforce AppExchange is the world’s leading enterprise apps marketplace that empowers companies to sell, service, market and engage for the Internet of Customers. With more than 2,200 partner apps and more than 2.4 million customer installs, it is the most comprehensive source of social, mobile and connected cloud apps for business.

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About DocSpera

DocSpera is a Silicon Valley-based tech company focused on helping physicians, their care team and medical professionals drive efficiency and real-time secure collaboration, case sharing, and planning to expedite their workflow. DocSpera provides medical professionals a HIPAA compliant mobile and web-based collaboration and communication platform to enhance patient care.

DocSpera Extends its Technology Platform to include the Care Team Members Supporting Physicians and Surgeons

DocSpera, a HIPAA-Compliant platform for secure collaboration now enables physicians to coordinate and communicate with their medical staff to expedite workflow 

DocSpera, the leading web- and mobile-based platform for verified healthcare professionals, announced today that it is extending its secure collaboration offering to care team members. The company recently launched a new version of its collaboration service, which in addition to providing access to peer physicians and ‘vetted’ medical device representatives, now gives physicians the ability to onboard and control the access for their care team members to streamline the patient care process and ensure appropriate security, privacy and HIPAA compliance. With the inclusion of care teams, physicians can now create more robust networks for image sharing and newly launched video case sharing for improved day-to-day workflow management.

The updates to DocSpera follow a significant increase in user adoption since the company launched late last year. DocSpera has since penetrated over 500 institutions and practice groups. ”We are excited to launch the addition of care teams on DocSpera.  This will significantly improve day-to-day workflow management for our members.” Says Sy Fahimi, co-founder.  “Thousands of surgeons are relying on DocSpera to collaborate on complex cases, determine appropriate treatment and preoperative plans, and communicate while on the go. Care team members are significant participants in the support of care delivery and can now more effectively and efficiently engage with their physicians’ ecosystem on the platform.”

Through a rigorous user verification process, DocSpera allows only qualified users access to the platform – ensuring the highest level of security and HIPAA compliance. Healthcare professionals can use DocSpera to collaborate with their colleagues via proprietary encrypted messaging and case sharing capabilities.

A secure, institution-agnostic collaboration platform for all non-EMR workflows that is both mobile-ready and compliant is increasingly important for healthcare professionals to improve their efficiency.  Most traditional Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems are limited only to providers within a single hospital system and do not touch most of professional clinical interaction connection points across the care environment, as a result most physician to physician and care team member communications continue to occur outside of EMR systems. This results in slower and more fragmented care team communications as well as unneeded risk around compliance with privacy and security regulations.

This latest release highlights the Silicon Valley-based DocSpera’s continuing commitment to empower patient care providers to communicate and collaborate both securely and on their device of choice. For more information, please visit:

HSS Plans to Implement new HIPAA Audits to Monitor Compliance this Summer

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (OCR) plans to implement random HIPAA audits to monitor compliance, beginning as soon as later this summer.

OCR first piloted the HIPAA auditing program in 2012. The agency expects to the random HIPAA audits to help reduce major threats to patient health information confidentiality and network security. Read More

While Electronic Medical Record(EMR) systems have provided some efficiencies in clinical workflows, most of care team communication occurs outside of the EMR systems. The EMR does not touch most of clinical interaction points, thereby cannot cover holistic workflow. Typical email communication systems also lack compliance with privacy and security regulations.

Having a communications platform for all of those non-EMR workflows that can be securely used on your mobile device and your computers has become increasingly important for healthcare professionals to improve their efficiency.

DocSpera provides a HIPAA compliant communication platform with web and mobile-based solutions that ensures access only to trusted colleagues. Through a rigorous physician verification process, DocSpera allows only qualified users access to the platform. Healthcare professionals can use DocSpera to confidently collaborate with their colleagues within encrypted network and peer to peer messaging. Thousands of surgeons and care teams are relying on DocSpera to collaborate on complex cases, determine preoperative plans and schedule surgeries.

The platform offers secure communication within and outside of an institution, provides the ability to store, annotate and forward images and videos and enables sharing of case information with a verified network of physicians and medical device industry representatives.

You can request a demo of DocSpera to see how its secure messaging solution enables a seamless workflow and enhances efficiency while maintaining compliance with HIPAA. Learn more at

Share case videos securely on DocSpera

Now you can share secure case videos on DocSpera

DocSpera, the leading case collaboration platform, provides the ability to share videos on a secure HIPAA compliant platform. Now, in addition to image, document, and case sharing, you can also use video formats for more effective case collaboration with other providers.

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DocSpera Raises Capital to Support its Care Collaboration Platform

DocSpera is a secure platform for physicians and medical device professionals to collaborate and improve care

Sunnyvale, CA

Compliant Innovations announced the closing of its Series A financing to support the rapidly growing demand for its DocSpera platform. Launched in 2013, DocSpera allows surgeons and procedural specialists to collaborate with peers and medical device representatives on patient care. The investors in the Series A round include Lifeforce Ventures and Attractor Ventures.

“In complex procedures, care collaboration can be difficult because of the need to protect patient health information.” said Sy Fahimi, co-founder and chief executive officer. “We launched DocSpera to give extended care teams that sit across multiple institutions, departments and geographies, an easy to use HIPAA-compliant communication platform for  streamlining the collaboration required to deliver the highest level of patient care in complex cases.”

DocSpera provides tools to create secure networks of verified physicians, nurses, and medical device representatives to share specific patient case information, discuss therapies, and review new procedures and medical devices. Since its launch, DocSpera has signed up over a thousand surgeons from leading institutions such as Cleveland Clinic, Hospital for Special Surgery, Mayo and many other large practices.

“In surgical care, our care teams often include other physicians, nurses, and medical device industry representatives who play a consultative role on the cases,” said DocSpera member, Dr. Orrin Franko, Orthopedic Surgery Resident at University of California, San Diego. “While EMRs have improved some communication challenges, they do not work across different institutions and are limited only to providers within a single hospital system. DocSpera allows for sharing of critical patient images, videos, and clinical history among colleagues worldwide via a single platform that crosses medical devices. Combined with an intuitive interface on mobile devices, this tool greatly improves efficiency and collaboration.”

DocSpera was designed by practicing surgeons to reflect the way care teams actually work. The solution helps to streamline the clinical workflow within and across institutions. With DocSpera, physicians are able to get immediate second opinions and communicate with their care teams in real-time. Medical device representatives are also able to save time and costs by having direct access to pertinent information such as x-rays and surgery schedules.

About Compliant Innovations

Compliant Innovations provides web and mobile solutions addressing care collaboration challenges facing healthcare professions. We help improve patient care, and increase physician and medical device collaboration through our DocSpera secure communication platform and care coordination solutions. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA. For more information, please visit

DocSpera Webinar – HIPAA, Small Data and Big Money

Data Breaches and What it Means to You

Dr. Jonathan Schaffer, MD MBA
Orthopedic Surgeon / Distance Health & IT

Kevin Mooney, JD
Counsel, IT Group Practice Chair, Law Dept

In this brief 30-minute webinar, learn about how you can incorporate HIPAA in your practice/clinic from preeminent IT Managing Director/surgeon and HIPAA legal expert:

  • Understand HIPAA and how it came about.
  • Stories about data breaches, and how you can prevent them.
  • Key steps to ensuring HIPAA compliance in your ecosystem.