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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.
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