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BOSTON, Sept. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Caresyntax® Inc., a surgical analytics, quality management and OR integration services company, announced today it will exhibit at the OR Manager Conference on October 2-4 in Orlando to showcase its surgical intelligence and integration platform, used in nearly 6,000 operating rooms (ORs) worldwide, and to mark the launch of qvident®, its latest surgical analytics and clinical documentation product.
Caresyntax®, a healthcare integration and analytics company with North American headquarters in Boston, helps hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers identify and manage risk, automate workflows, enhance knowledge sharing, and reduce surgical variability. Partnering with GE, Medtronic and Siemens in the U.S., caresyntax is a sister company of Berlin-based S-CAPE GmbH. For more information, visit www.caresyntax.com. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. (PRNewsfoto/Amendola Communications)
Caresyntax will also host four seminars for OR managers, business executives, clinicians, and medical informaticists involved in leading the surgical suite.
Caresyntax is a technology and services platform that helps improve surgical outcomes and reduce resource waste through closed-loop analytics, content and quality management software, and vendor-neutral integrations. Its proprietary platform aggregates key, unstructured inter-procedural data, enriches that data with EHR integrations, and structures the accumulation of data sources within a comprehensive interface to provide clinicians with the complete patient and procedural context. This heightened visibility provides clinicians with the actionable insights required to improve workflow, stratify risk, and address the root-causes of surgical outcome variability.
As pioneers in the field of surgical analytics, caresyntax, through its seminars (Booth No. 809), will impart its expertise on how to leverage data to save time in surgery, reduce complication rates, improve surgical outcomes, stratify patient risk, and increase workflow efficiency.
On October 2, the presentation “Why ‘Actionable’ Data Is Key to Improving Outcomes and Safeguarding Reimbursement” will focus on how ORs can best navigate the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). The talk will recommend ways OR managers and administrators should adjust their short- and long-term strategies in response to MACRA’s requirements, with specific attention to quality and benchmarking.
On October 3, the discussion “Why ‘Future-Proof’ O.R. Integration Is More than Just ‘4K-Ready Cabling'” will explain why a “data-driven” approach integration is more effective than exclusively video-driven integration systems, and why this approach to OR integration will be crucial in ensuring the future of clinical performance and resource management for an OR.
Also on October 3, the presentation “Actionability: the Missing Link Between Clinical Data and Improved Surgical Performance” will delineate why the OR represents the focal point of data required to drive a patient-centered, “bottom-up” approach to population health management.
And the final seminar that same day, “Understanding and Mitigating the Burdens of Surgery: a Case for Workflow Automation,” will discuss the alignment of data collection with frontline workflow to reduce administrative burdens. The presentation also will explain how a data-driven dialog and other useful tools can engage surgeons and nurses, mitigate burnout and improve retention.
Caresyntax®, a surgical analytics and integration services company with North American headquarters in Boston, helps hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers identify and manage risk, automate workflows, enhance knowledge sharing, and reduce surgical variability.
Converging IoT technology and surgical analytics, the caresyntax platform is used in nearly 6,000 operating rooms worldwide, transforming unstructured clinical and operational data into actionable, real-time insights. Clinical teams, as a result, enhance performance, control surgical variation and improve patient outcomes.
Partnering with GE, Medtronic and Siemens in the U.S., caresyntax is a sister company of Berlin-based S-CAPE GmbH, a global operating room integration specialist with 25 years of successful installations in Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. For more information, visit www.caresyntax.com.