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SCOPE: SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry™
More than 1,100 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 400,000 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.
It’s the largest procedural database of its kind, and only SpecialtyCare has it. We use this database to identify healthcare standards, spread best practices across the country, determine benchmarks and foster innovations that improve patient outcome, increase efficiency and minimize costs.
By developing expertise beyond industry requirements, our customers can be certain they have the best partner for clinical excellence in perfusion, intraoperative neuromonitoring, autotransfusion, sterile processing management, surgical assist, and minimally invasive surgical support.
Want to learn more about SCOPE: the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry? Contact us and a representative will be in touch soon.
How Exactly Does SCOPE Work?
SpecialtyCare’s reach stretches far and wide to thousands of medical facilities all across the United States. This puts our organization in a unique position to collect data that could produce results that have a potential national effect on the procedural operations of ORs in America, as well as the practice of the procedures themselves. In order to collect that data and produce results in an accurate and organized fashion, we created a huge database, the biggest of its kind, that allows us to present ourselves and hospital staff with all kinds of helpful information. In turn, we can all use the information and work together to improve surgical departments as a whole and also compare results with other hospitals and medical facilities.
Presenting and comparing information in the healthcare field is incredibly important because it allows physicians and other professionals to improve on their practices and improve on patient care and eventual outcomes. The information we collect is not the type of information hospitals would normally have access to in their own databases. This is why SpecialtyCare chooses to share its wealth of knowledge. The more everyone knows in the field, the greater the chance patient outcomes will be more successful.
As you’re reading this right now, our clinicians are taking care of a patient somewhere in the country. Once they’re done and the patient is out of their care, the clinicians will go into SCOPE and enter information about their experience with that specific case. Then, as fast as the next day, other clinicians will have access to what previous clinicians just learned, allowing knowledge and practices to grow every single day. Each service line, whether it be Perfusion, IONM or another line, has its own version of SCOPE that is designed specifically for that line. SpecialtyCare also publishes the most vital data in Peer Review Journals to consistently improve the clinical art of each line. We do this so that others in the field can take our findings under consideration.
Every medical field has pressing questions, and it’s important to know that we don’t address these questions based solely on anecdotal experience. Thanks to SCOPE, we use hard numbers and statistical methods to answer these clinical questions. We have hundreds of thousands of cases in our database to analyze, making it the biggest repository of data in allied health.
More About SpecialtyCare
At SpecialtyCare, our number one priority is always to take care of our patients and their supportive loved ones. We challenge the status quo and thrive in pursuing opportunities to advance what’s possible.
Surgeons and hospital staff should always have the best possible means to make sure they have the most positive patient outcomes, while simultaneously being able to maintain their own financial health and success. We are the market leader in perfusion and intraoperative neuromonitoring, and the industry’s choice for autotransfusion, sterile processing consulting, surgical assist, and minimally invasive surgical support.
Our customers to feel at ease, confident, and certain about our capabilities. We want to connect with them as members of the same team, working toward the same common goals.
As a Joint Commission-certified organization with our own university, which includes a fully equipped operating for training our clinicians, we develop expertise beyond required certifications so that your surgical team can be certain they have the best partner for clinical excellence.
SpecialtyCare has over two-thousand clinicians providing the highest possible quality care, we have a national presence that gives our medical team access to extensive, unmatched clinical data for conducting research to identify trends, determine benchmarks, create new and better practices, and innovation that advances patient care.
We take an approach based on evidence that focuses on clinical quality, a commitment to excellence, and continuous improvement backed by best-in-class education, training, and research. Our goal is to help you build an operating room of excellence and provide the most successful outcomes for your patients. Patient care is our first and last priority.
We are committed to delivering exceptional care outcomes, patient safety, and financial results in more than a thousand hospitals and health systems, supporting 13,500 physicians during 400,000+ procedures annually. Our company is made up of physicians, technicians, perfusionists, neurophysiologists, and clinical specialists. We are trainers, recruiters, analysts, and schedulers. We all have family and friends, and we want them to receive the best possible care when they need it. On the other side of the coin, we also understand the unexpected high cost of equipment failure and inefficiency. That’s why we focus on strategic planning and streamlined workflow management to guarantee readiness, avoid downtime, and optimize asset utilization.
Grow With SCOPE & SpecialtyCare
If the inspiration and drive behind the creation of SCOPE intrigues you, and you’re interested in learning more or even possibly joining us on the cutting edge of procedural healthcare research, you should consider reaching out to us. SpecialtyCare has continued to grow over the years. Because of this rapid expansion, we have job openings on a regular basis. We need compassionate, hard-working people to succeed alongside us. We serve more than 1,000 hospitals and support over 13,000 surgeons across the United States. We pride ourselves in hiring the best of the best.
People who are eager to be inspired in the healthcare field and who share our values and commitment to innovation in surgical procedures should reach out. We have the most experience of outsourced clinical services in the industry, participating in surgeries each year in 45 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
Listen to our OR Podcast
Scrubbing In, powered by SpecialtyCare, is a medical podcast about innovation in the OR. In these discussions, we will be speaking to industry leaders in perfusion and those making a positive impact on health care, in the operating room, and in the perfusion industry. This medical podcast is designed to reach all of those within the medical field specifically those in the OR, including; surgeons, nurses, perfusionists, surgical assistants, hospital management, neurophysiologists, supply chain associates, medical researchers, and all those that assist in making surgery safe and successful.
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