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One of our core values at SpecialtyCare is continuous improvement. One way we do this is to invest in the professional growth of our people. Our commitment to dedicating resources to high-quality education and training programs sets us apart from others in the industry. In that spirit, we launched SpecialtyCare University in January 2011, with the goal of providing ongoing growth, learning, and development opportunities for our associates.
SCOPE: SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry
More than 1,200 hospitals and 13,500 physicians trust SpecialtyCare to help them achieve better patient outcomes and improved financial results. With nearly 1,500 clinicians supporting over 375,000 procedures every year, we are able to collect a tremendous amount of data along the way. That’s why we have SCOPE™, the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry.
NEWS FROM THE OPERATING ROOM
If you’re a certified surgical neurophysiologist reading this right now (and there’s a decent chance you are), pay close attention. SpecialtyCare is currently hiring for an IONM specialist position in Raleigh, North Carolina. This charming southern city was just ranked...More from SpecialtyCare
The U.S. healthcare system spends almost $10 billion dollars every year treating the top Hospital Associated Infections (HAIs), one-third of which are from surgical site infections. To prevent infections in a hospital setting, handwashing, disinfection, and sterilization are absolutely key. ...More from SpecialtyCare
Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) is an emerging field that is undergoing rapid developments alongside advances in medical science and technology. If you’re a clinician practicing IONM or focused on learning more about surgical innovations, there are several high-level conferences that can...More from SpecialtyCare
As the CEO of SpecialtyCare (and as a surgeon), I feel it is imperative that I respond to a recent article published by NPR that shares a patient’s unfortunate financial experience with an Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM) company that provided services...More from SpecialtyCare