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  • DocSpera Raises $10 Million to Accelerate Commercialization of Automated Surgical Workflow Solutions to Hospitals and Ambulatory Surgery Centers

    DocSpera, an intelligent surgical coordination SaaS platform between healthcare providers and medical device enterprises, announces close of Series B funding SUNNYVALE, CALIF. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 27, 2022 Today, DocSpera, a leading integrated healthcare surgical data and image communication company, announced a $10 million Series B financing round led by Pier 70 Ventures and JJDC, Inc., with participation of […]

  • Combating Healthcare Challenges Through The Enablement Of Data Transparency

    The use of technology and rapid development in data capabilities has been a key driver for data transparency, which can enable systematic cost reductions, information availability and fairness by offering deeper, easy-to-access and open insights into data. The real estate, travel and retail industries, however, were disrupted when consumers could easily research, compare and determine the […]

  • DocSpera Achieves Soc 2 Type II Accreditation for its Data Platform

    DocSpera—an intelligent surgical coordination platform between healthcare providers and medical devices—becomes the first such SaaS provider to achieve this certification Today, DocSpera, a premier surgical coordination, healthcare data and image communication platform, announced today that it had completed the Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type II audit for its portfolio of cloud solutions. The Software company […]

  • Embedding Technology Innovation: Tips For Life Science And Medical Device Companies

    As technology continues to improve and change all aspects of our lives, digital transformation is starting to emerge as a C-level objective in the medical device space. Data and tech enablement have become sources of competitive edge across product development and commercialization. It is changing how medical devices are delivered and deployed within the healthcare […]

  • Innovaccer Partners with DocSpera to Manage Elective Surgery Cancellations

    Innovaccer has teamed up with DocSpera—an intelligent surgical coordination platform for healthcare providers—to jointly help organizations accelerate operational transformation. Today, Innovaccer Inc., the Health Cloud company, announced a partnership with DocSpera, a premier surgical coordination and analytics platform that addresses the challenge of rebooking canceled elective surgeries and delivering critical operational and financial improvements. The collaboration allows […]

  • Fundamental Changes to Orthopedic Surgery Booking

    COVID-19 has significantly disrupted the orthopedic industry. As seen in Figure 1, DocSpera observed the nearly complete halt of elective surgeries in mid-March across the United States as a result of the stay-at-home orders and mandatory surgical cancellations. Once elective surgeries were permitted to resume by state governments, surgeons were forced to grapple with a […]

  • Physicians Rescheduling Elective Surgeries Turn to In-Home PT as One Possible Solution

    As elective surgeries are being rescheduled across the nation, in-home physical therapy is helping physicians manage pain and engagement levels within their patient populations. Physicians in major metropolitan cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago, are increasing referrals for in-home PT. In response, DocSpera has enabled one-click PT referrals for all patients who are […]

  • Robocalls Are Now Affecting Patient Care

    With no sure solution in sight, a new method of patient care is attempting to adapt to the existing environment. Finding a four-leaf clover in a 10-acre field might prove easier than finding someone who isn’t yet fed up with robocalls. By some reports, nearly 50 billion robocalls were placed in 2019 alone. While that […]

  • What Is Risk Stratification?

    For those unfamiliar with the term, risk stratification is simply the process of identifying high risk patients, or those likely to be of high risk, from a patient population. The general theory is that by identifying high-risk patients before surgery, physicians and care teams can either  take actions to minimize possible complications, or they can […]

  • Preliminary Findings at Medical Center of Arlington & Texas Metroplex Institute

    Driving Sterilization Cost and Surgical Case Cycle Time Reduction Background: New payment initiatives such as Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) as well as increased volumes in joint replacement surgeries are putting pressure on the need to reduce hospital costs for surgical procedures. Under the BPCI initiative, organizations enter into payment arrangements that include cost […]