MISS SUPPORT

We establish the groundwork that will later become a successful surgical services program.

MISS Support

Hospitals all over America choose SpecialtyCare for our resources and commitment to patients. Our clinicians leave our training programs with extensive and thorough knowledge of their exciting field they’re diving into. Our clinicians are local and experienced, and they follow practice guidelines that are evidence-based for minimally invasive surgical support. SpecialtyCare focuses on strategic planning and streamlined workflow management to guarantee readiness, optimize utilization and avoid downtime. With SpecialtyCare’s dedicated MISS clinicians onsite, we establish the groundwork that will later become a successful surgical services program. In addition to regular competency testing and ongoing education, our clinicians must meet the standards and recommendations set by the Association of periOperative Registered Nurses, the Joint Commission, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. We not only purchase, repair, and maintain instruments and equipment, which reduces the need for bigger repairs on down the line, we also drive savings by converting from costly disposables to reusable equipment, and by assisting with reprocessing programs. Our approach helps you avoid major capital outlays so that you can spend your competing dollars elsewhere.

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Other Support Services

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

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

 

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 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 neurodiagnostic testing 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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SpecialtyCare Is Here For Your Team and Your Patients

At SpecialtyCare, we want to help you assemble a surgical room of excellent support for the patient and to provide the best possible outcome every single time. The patient is always the first and last thing on the minds of our technicians at SpecialtyCare.

Our mission here at SpecialtyCare is based on our values and the belief that a combination of sound, standardized procedures and dedicated personal service is needed to guarantee the very best in patient care, efficient operations, and cost management. Please reach out to us today if you’re in need of support for your hospital.

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