• Surgical Neurophysiologist Graduates Continue Certification Streak

    Congrats to our most recent surgical neurophysiologist graduates – all passed the CNIM exam on the 1st attempt. We require national certification for all of our surgical neurophysiologists, but our training extends far beyond exam prep.

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  • One Compliance Violation Headline is One Too Many

    Patient-first care starts with ethical business practices, attention to compliance, and trust in providers. As healthcare leaders, we must be vocal and steadfast in our expectations for adherence to the False Claims Act, the Stark Law, and the Anti-Kickback Statute.

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  • SpecialtyCare IONM Mission Trip to Moldova

    Intraoperative neuromonitoring is not used in the Republic of Moldova, and no surgeons are willing to perform high-risk spinal procedures due to the potential damage to the patient’s spinal cord. Learn how one SpecialtyCare neurophysiologist traveled there to participate in a truly life-changing surgery for a 14-year-old boy.

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  • New Research on Alerts and Postoperative Deficits

    SpecialtyCare was pleased to present two new research studies at the 2017 annual meeting of the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS). As members of the healthcare community gain a greater understanding of the human nervous system, including how to treat its disorders and protect its integrity, interest in the topic continues to grow.

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  • Celebrating 40 Years of Advancements in Neuromonitoring

    Gathering at the ASNM Annual Meeting was a great opportunity for our team members to reflect on 40 years of progress and honor the pioneers in the field of neuromonitoring. Learn more about the event and our latest IONM research.

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  • Intraoperative Autotransfusion: A Key Blood Management Strategy

    Blood management research helps us balance the body’s interdependent mechanisms and identify the optimal thresholds for homeostasis and healing. Get our study on the influence of intraoperative ATS on hematocrit following cardiac surgery.

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  • New Cardioplegia Research Presented at AmSECT - AATS Meeting

    The recent AmSECT – AATS meeting was a great example of collaboration that advances quality through evidence-based learning and improvement. We are proud to have presented new cardioplegia research as part of this special event.

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  • Better Blood Management for Better Overall Outcomes

    Blood transfusion is one of the top five most overused procedures. The answer for OR leaders? Patient blood management programs. Discover the benefits, an overview of implementation, and how PBM used with ATS can result in more effective blood management for your hospital.

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  • Improve Surgeon Satisfaction and Patient Outcomes

    Take your OR and your surgeons’ satisfaction to the next level. Download “How to Improve Surgeon Satisfaction and Patient Outcomes by Aligning Surgical Assistants” to get the information that OR leaders are using to fully review their surgical assistant options and make sure they choose the right one for their hospital.

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  • Are the Best MISS Clinicians Supporting Your Surgeons?

    Working with a more effective minimally invasive support partner can improve patient outcomes, increase surgeon satisfaction, and lower your costs. Our guide offers six actionable insights for evaluating a potential partner, or an in-house program, to ensure the most value from your OR.

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  • 12 Tips to Discover the True Value of Your Perfusion Program

    Perfusionists’ salaries are just one element used to evaluate the value of a perfusion program. Check out these actionable insights OR leaders are using to identify the true value of a perfusion program and uncover what you and your OR team could be missing.

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  • 8 Tips to Discover the True Value of Your IONM Partner

    Go beyond expertise in neuromonitoring to evaluate your IONM services provider. Check out these actionable insights OR leaders are using to identify the true value of an IONM partnership and uncover what you and your OR team could be missing.

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  • “Our surgeons are pleased with SpecialtyCare's service quality.”

    Nine out of 10 customers report their surgeons are pleased with the quality of service provided by SpecialtyCare.

  • “SpecialtyCare positively contributes to our care quality.”

    Nine out of 10 customers agree they provide higher quality care by partnering with SpecialtyCare.

  • Engaging Surgeons for Support on Service Line Changes

    The OR is constantly changing. New processes, new staff, new instruments, new procedures. How you engage surgeons on service line changes can impact their satisfaction as well as the quality of care for your patients.

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We’re the leader in perfusion services, supporting over 120,000 open-heart and other surgeries requiring perfusion each year.

We lead the nation in IONM supporting 88,000 cases annually. Safer surgery. Lower risk. Satisfied surgeons.

Our surgical assistance, minimally invasive surgical support, sterile processing, and autotransfusion services bring out the best in your OR.


Dedicated researchers, using the largest database of its kind, develop benchmarks, standards, and innovations that improve outcomes.

Providing a Unique Ability to Drive Improvement in Healthcare

More than ever before, healthcare providers face a minefield of regulations and oversight, higher-risk patient populations, increasing liabilities, and financial uncertainty. Physicians are being asked to do more with less and hospitals are forced to balance the cost of care with high-quality patient outcomes. This is the reality that our customers must contend with every day. In the face of these challenges, more than 1,000 hospitals rely on outsourced staffing services from SpecialtyCare and our unique ability to help them drive clinical outcomes and increase value in healthcare delivery.

Patient-Focused Partners Aligned to Your Goals

We provide more than safe and high-quality clinical care with a patient-first focus. We understand the OR environment and we know what it takes to achieve efficiency and contain costs. By aligning with our customers in true partnership, we integrate into the ebb and flow of each customer’s culture and take on their goals as our own. We hold ourselves accountable for our role in on-time starts, surgeon satisfaction, regulatory compliance, and customer service. To us, efficiency and cost containment are not secondary to providing high-quality patient care—they are, in fact, necessary components of high-quality patient care.

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We understand the role of research and innovation in driving successful patient outcomes. Our medical office, with a dedicated healthcare research team, uses SCOPE, the SpecialtyCare Operative Procedural Registry™, to conduct original research and provide benchmarks for standards of care that our customers rely on to measure and improve their performance both internally and against their peers. Our research and quality indicator programs differentiate us and also help differentiate the performance of our customers. We are extensively published and regularly called upon as trusted authorities to speak at industry meetings and universities around the world. You can view our most recent scientific clinical information under the Research & Innovation section of our Resource Library.

Clinical excellence. Innovation. Continuous improvement. Operational efficiency. Cost containment. These are the components of high-quality patient care and why our customers rely on our outsourced staffing services for cardiovascular perfusion, intraoperative neuromonitoring, sterile processing, autotransfusion, surgical assistance, minimally invasive surgical support, and patient blood management. We understand the environment and we know what it takes to help you and your patients realize the greatest value from your OR.

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