SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 23, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Casetabs, the pioneer surgery coordination application, announces the launch of a native mobile app for the iPhone. With this new release, Casetabs is further setting the standard for surgery coordination and communication for physician offices, ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and hospitals. The addition of a native mobile app offers iPhone users even faster, more reliable access to case information.
"Casetabs is making it even easier to connect care teams so that surgeries can be coordinated more effectively and efficiently than ever before. Physicians, office staff, clinical staff and vendor reps can select how they want to access case information, either through a web-enabled app or the native mobile app on their iPhone," said Gavin Fabian, CEO of Casetabs.
The app will allow case teams to:
- Easily access and manage cases anywhere, anytime;
- Streamline coordination and communication between care teams for each case;
- Deliver real-time case status updates for each patient; and
- Reduce case cancellations and delays.
One of the unique features of Casetabs is its ability to streamline communication with device companies. Too often vendor reps are notified last minute, or not all, of instrumentation requests. Casetabs allows vendor reps to pre-plan with their surgeons through a HIPPA secure correspondence feature which includes access to case documentation and films.
"Casetabs has coordinated over 120,000 surgeries and its user base of physician offices, ASCs, hospitals, anesthesiologists, vendor reps and others is growing daily. We are laser focused on changing the way surgeries are coordinated. The native mobile app is another example of our commitment to investing in the care coordination space as we work to find new ways to help hospitals and ASCs save time, reduce errors and lower costs," said Ali Shorooghi, Product Director at Casetabs.
The app can be found in the iTunes store.
The US market for surgeries ($420B) is experiencing unprecedented legislative and market based pressure to deliver more cost-effective care. As a result, hospitals and surgery centers are aggressive seeking strategies to grow case volume and reduce per case costs. Casetabs serves this trending market demand through a cloud-based surgery coordination platform this is increasing revenues, driving efficiency, and mitigating avoidable errors.
Today, over 100mm surgeries are coordinated in the US every year with fragmented chains of emails, text messages, phone calls, and faxes. Casetabs replaces these ineffective and error prone methods with an intuitive central coordination hub, which delivers real-time case information and updates to facility staff, physician office staff, physicians, and vendor reps. Casetabs is based in Santa Monica, CA. For more information, visit www.casetabs.com.
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