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OrHub Inc., a HIPAA compliant, physician-driven digital software company focused on improving profitability and the cost effectiveness of hospitals through real-time smart data and analytics, today announces that ORHub, in partnership with Hoag Orthopedic Institute (“HOI”), has expanded its surgical resource management (“SRM”) software application from spinal surgeries into additional indications for hips and knees, cardiovascular and neurological procedures.

Colt Melby, Chief Executive Officer of ORHub comments, “We are pleased to expand our solutions across new indications for HOI under Microsoft’s Azure platform, procured for their best-in-class compliance with data security protocol and HIPAA.  We believe this is a testament to the power of our real-time smart analytics captured at the point of care in delivering valuable clinical decisions.”  He added, “We have captured compliant data from over 4,000 surgical procedures to date.  Our results indicate that the granularity of our data provides insights into areas including surgical procedural measures, surgical device usage and other key performance analytics that were previously unobtainable or convoluted.  We are committed to changing the face of surgical healthcare and look forward to our continued partnership with HOI to drive hospital and surgical efficiencies across various indications.”

Dr. Alan Beyer, Executive Medical Director, Board Member and Chairman of the Finance Committee of Hoag Orthopedic Institute said, “The move from manual to automated surgical and hospital processes relies on the veracity of the data.  Consistently, ORHub has provided trusted data with a robust platform that enables our team to evaluate our hospital and physician performance on a case to case basis across various indications.”  He concluded, “As a center of excellence, having real-time smart analytics is a powerful tool to drive clinical decision making, improve inventory management and create better efficiencies to provide the highest quality of patient care.”

To view the previously released Microsoft Case Study on HOI visit here.