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SpecialtyCare DBS Services & Support

Surgeons all over the country choose SpecialtyCare for our DBS services, resources, and commitment to patients. Everyone leaves our training programs with extensive and thorough knowledge of the job that lies ahead.

Our clinicians are local and experienced, and they follow all evidence-based practice guidelines for DBS and other related procedures. In addition, we provide:

  • The opportunity to institute life support programs, destination therapy programs, hyperthermia programs, and other courses of treatment
  • The best-in-class equipment and supplies the industry has to offer
  • Consistent hands-on management to ensure patient safety and quality
  • Clinical-level data reports with benchmarking capabilities

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Levels of DBS Service & Support

If your hospital team is considering deep brain stimulation assistance, DBS services, or another type of surgical support, it’s important to us that you know exactly how much support you would be getting with SpecialtyCare. We thrive in being the industry standard with clinical care. Improving patient safety protects a hospital’s bottom line and reputation in the community. Our Clinical Quality Indicator Program tracks key measures of performance that can be used to set up standards and identify opportunities for improvement.

Joint Commissioned Accredited

ACCREDITED BY THE JOINT COMMISSION

Other Support Services

There are plenty of other ways SpecialtyCare supports surgical teams along with additional DBS services. Here is a list of additional services, equipment and supplies that we provide:

Disposable Supplies

  • Multiple acquisition options – flexible
  • Consignment supplies – cost avoidance
  • Competitive pricing – largest single purchaser of perfusion and ATS supplies
  • Single point of contact for multiple manufacturers
  • Comprehensive and consultative management

Equipment & Service

  • Multiple acquisition options – capital expenditure avoidance
  • Complete Biomedical support services
  • Competitive pricing – largest single purchaser of perfusion and ATS equipment
  • Single point of contact for multiple manufacturers
  • Comprehensive and consultative management

Equipment Provided

  • Heart Lung Machines
  • Heater Coolers
  • Autotransfusion Units
  • Blood Analysis Equipment
  • Platelet Separators

Other Supplies Provided

  • Custom Tubing Packs
  • Oxygenators
  • Autotransfusion Supply Kits
  • Cannulae
  • Miscellaneous Supplies

In addition to service and supplies, SpecialtyCare is also here to support you in cost as well. If you’re looking for DBS partners, please explore the most common pricing models below:

Hourly fee – Vendor sets an hourly price for DBS services.
Flat fee per case – Vendor charges the same amount per case, regardless of length.
Hourly (or flat) fee with hourly escalators – Vendor charges a set rate for, say, the first five hours, then increases the hourly rate afterward.
Monthly retainer – Vendor guarantees staff availability to perform services for one flat fee per month.

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