- ORHub, a Microsoft Silver Partner, leverages the Azure cloud to help perioperative leaders unlock the power of health care data captured in the operating room
- Surgical Spotlight®, a cloud-based analytics tool, helps spot trends and outliers with curated performance indicators, increasing efficiency, decreasing costs and improving patient access in the operating room
- The global health care analytics market is projected to reach $50 billion by 2024, with a five-year CAGR of 28.3 percent from 2019
- Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert ‘Bobby’ Lazzara is a renowned cardiac surgeon and founder of Medical News Minute
ORHub Inc. (OTC: ORHB), a cloud-based health care analytics company on a mission to optimize the business of surgery through lean process improvement, offers a quick look at a simple solution to the complex nature of improving health care in an educational video presented by Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert ‘Bobby’ Lazzara. Featuring one compelling aspect of ORHub’s analytics product, Surgical Spotlight®, Lazzara describes how state of the art solutions are created with Surgical Results data generated through real-time analytics.
“Behaviors that can center focus on team building and the development of surgical systems is approaching hospital systems nationwide, saving millions of dollars in improved patient access, all at the same time,” Lazzara stated in a news release announcing the video (http://ibn.fm/yeOLB).
Perioperative leadership who are currently hindered by archaic technical systems and burdened with monthly or quarterly reports can quickly envision the benefits of receiving daily reports that harness procedural costs, Lazzara stated. Millions of dollars in improved patient access, greater team building opportunities and improved business decisions can accurately be visualized and acted upon by utilizing real-time data received from ORHub’s Surgical Spotlight®.
Lazzara is a distinguished cardiac surgeon and Medical News Minute founder with a special interest in implementing the latest technology to serve the health care industry. Lazzara performed the first worldwide webcast of open-heart surgery in August 1998 through the Virtual Operating Room and, subsequently, MDiTV, Inc. broadcast the first live cardiac surgery over a smartphone on Dec. 15, 2009. He is a Smithsonian Laureate for his pioneering work utilizing the internet and information technology as a health care educational tool.
“Of dozens of facilities I’ve operated in throughout our country and worldwide, there has been no other comprehensive data system on the market that compares,” Lazzara said of ORHub’s Surgical Spotlight® (http://ibn.fm/S35uI). “Being able to truly understand our cost and care decisions will heighten the level of cost-effective patient care and optimize the overall efficiency for our entire health care system.”
In an exclusive interview with NetworkNewsWire, Lazzara stated the company’s focus revolves around becoming a powerful foundational resource in the operating room (http://ibn.fm/XM0gy).
“By providing the information that allows for a change in behavior, control is put into the hands of surgeons and administrators, enabling the evaluation of trends, and empowering the facility to make instantaneous adjustments that will continue building efficiency and profitability on an ongoing basis,” Lazzara added.
The U.S. surgical market continues to grow with over 5,500 hospitals and 6,100 ambulatory surgery centers performing over 50 million medical procedures annually. The global health care analytics market is projected to be valued at more than $50 billion by 2024, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 28.3 percent from 2019 to 2024, according to MarketsandMarkets (http://ibn.fm/PRN5f).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ORHub.com
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