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For a surgical robotics program to be truly successful—with optimized clinical quality, profitability, and growth—vastly evolved healthcare data analytics are crucial.

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CAVA designs and delivers the most advanced live and online robotic program optimization training for administrators, robotic surgeons, and OR crew.

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Robotic program design and governance represents another requisite component of an excellent robotics program, yet remains an underserved area at most hospitals.

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Achieve superior financial and clinical robotic program performance—streamlined, cost-effective, with measurable ROI—with CAVA Robotics

As the healthcare consulting leader in robotic program optimization, CAVA delivers unprecedented diagnostic and change management solutions for hospital administration, their robotic surgeons, and OR crew.

CAVA Robotics helps our hospital and IDN clients capture large robotic supply cost savings while building their robotic program’s net margin, efficiency, clinical results, and growth—quickly, correctly, and effectively.

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Recent CAVA Blog Posts

December 8, 2016

Thank you Orlando!

Glad to wrap up our booth after three days at the National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care.

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December 1, 2016

Reminder! National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care on Dec. 4-7, 2016, in Orlando, Fl.

CAVA Robotics will be exhibiting at booth #210 at next month’s annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care on December 4-7, 2016, in Orlando, Florida. The exhibition will be held in the Cypress Ballroom at the Orlando World Center Marriott. IHI’s National Forum is the premier conference for people committed to the mission […]

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November 27, 2016

What’s the Minimum Annual Case Volume for a Robotic Surgeon? Part 2

Building on last week’s CAVA blog, the literature has identified a learning curve of 25-90 cases required to be safe AND proficient, with the average surgeon at about 50 cases. Likewise, simulation has been studied to shorten this initial learning curve by approximately 50% so that 20-25 cases is achievable.  SAGES and urologic societies support […]

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