Headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., Surgery Exchange is a highly-specialized software company whose innovative cloud-based platform is an industry first. The comprehensive HIPAA-compliant software solution is specifically designed to support hospitals with end-to-end planning and case management focused on “bill only” implants and surgery workflow.
Surgery Exchange brings all stakeholders into a collaborative environment and provides hospitals with the transparency and visibility needed to automate and take back control of the costly and time-consuming activities associated with implant surgeries, producing measurable cost-savings, efficiencies and accountability before, during and after surgery.
Utilizing the cloud-based platform, Surgery Exchange delivers a robust 3-phase program that offers providers the ability to control and manage consignments, optimize logistics and – if desired – move toward a self-distribution model focused on value based outcomes for the entire episode of care.
Surgery Exchange’s Mission
Surgery Exchange’s mission, vision and core values provide the basis of organizational direction and decision making as it continues to strengthen its position as the most innovative and comprehensive platform available today.
- To bring together all implant surgery stakeholders—surgeons, hospitals, manufacturers, vendors and supply chain organizations—in order to eliminate the barriers inherent in the current manpower-intensive system that can interrupt the flow of information and cause discrepancies.
- To provide a collaborative workflow platform that streamlines the process for all stakeholders so that they operate more efficiently and, therefore, will be more likely to achieve their financial goals.
- To ensure visibility, transparency, accountability and vendor contract compliance at every step of the way, and to help resolve discrepancies early, avoiding surprises.
- To assist providers in meeting CMS regulatory requirements, especially as they relate to bundled pricing and tracking and reporting revision surgeries.