Artificial Intelligence to the Surgeon’s Rescue?

Artificial Intelligence to the Surgeon’s Rescue?

Artificial intelligence is all the rage these days. In the recent MIT Technology Review Insights Survey, industry veterans agree, that artificial intelligence is poised to disrupt healthcare delivery. Everyone is clamoring to be the next enviable company with artificial intelligence baked in. At the risk of sounding the same, this month, I wanted to highlight some very practical and real-world […]

Emergency Preparedness in Surgical Care

Emergency Preparedness in Surgical Care

The theme of 2020 has been emergency preparedness. Surgical practices across the country have had to navigate ever-changing government mandates, evolving health statutes, supply shortages, and uneasy patients while delivering surgical care. Many of our partners on the gulf coast have had to prepare for the arrival of not one, but two hurricanes. West Coast friends have had to wrestle […]

Embrace Artificial Intelligence to Drive More Accurate Billing and Revenue Collections for Surgery

Embrace Artificial Intelligence to Drive More Accurate Billing and Revenue Collections for Surgery

It has been an exciting month at CaseCtrl with the launch of the 3rd generation of Case Builder! Appalled by the challenges surgeons faced communicating complex surgical case billing and coding scenarios, our enterprising software team began brainstorming. Far too often they saw exasperated hand surgeons, foot and ankle surgeons, spine surgeons, and many more expend considerable time to convey […]

6 Factors to Consider when Rebooting Surgery

In the last few weeks elective surgery has resumed virtually everywhere. A recurring challenge is prioritizing pending surgeries. If you had 100 planes on the ground waiting to take off, how do you determine which take off first? While it varies practice to practice, we have found 6 common factors considered when prioritizing surgeries. UrgencyIf a delay in surgery compromises […]