SURGICAL ASSIST PARTNERS

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Surgical Assist Support

When a hospital chooses SpecialtyCare to provide surgical assist services, they can expect a highly trained, well qualified staff to deliver nothing but the best in care. SpecialtyCare

Support From SpecialtyCare

More than 1,000 hospitals across the U.S. choose SpecialtyCare because they trust our commitment to patient care, to innovation in the OR, and because we never settle for status quo. We are always looking for ways to improve.

Our surgical assistants are highly trained and they follow all evidence-based practice guidelines for surgical assist. In addition, we provide:

  • The best-in-class equipment and supplies to keep your OR stocked and ready
  • Clinical management overseeing patient safety and quality of services
  • Clinical-level data reports with benchmarking capabilities

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Service and Equipment Support

We help keep your OR fully equipped with the machines, supplies and tools the surgical team needs:

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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We Save You Money

A lot of time and money are needed to hire and train a top-notch team. Let us do the work for you. In addition to salaries, paid time off, and other benefits, we absorb the cost of hiring your surgical assist team and providing exceptional training. We also cover the cost of certifications. Medical equipment is also costly to hospitals. But our buying advantage provides you with top-of-the-line equipment and products at competitive rates from leading manufacturers, such as:

  • Terumo Cardiovascular Systems
  • Medtronic
  • MAQUET
  • LivaNova (formerly Sorin)
  • Haemonetics

SpecialtyCare Can Tranform Your Operating Room

At SpecialtyCare, our goal is to help each hospital assemble a surgical assist team that integrates fully into their current operating room system and provides exceptional care for the patient. When an OR is not running as efficiently as possible, it can quickly transform from an area where a hospital sees the most revenue into one of the most dysfunctional and budget-draining parts. We not only understand this, we know how to avoid this by supplying incredible value in terms of staff, efficiency and cost management. If your operating room could benefit from our services, we would like to hear from you. Please reach out to us today.

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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 healthcare 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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