CAVAlyticsTM: Unprecedented Data Automation and Results

A Best Practice surgical robotics program requires a vastly evolved level of healthcare data analytics driven by automation that is supervised by world-class robotic surgeons and data scientists who can turn data into action that leads to quality and cost improvements.

CAVAlytics™ identifies where a hospital’s robotic program is struggling financially, clinically, and operationally—and compares your data at the case and service line level with leading robotic programs.

In parallel with our quantitative analytics, CAVA’s Medical Directors and Health Economists oversee operation of CAVA’s validated analytics platform to derive rapid and pinpoint insights into our clients’ program performance for unparalleled, rapid improvement.

CAVA Robotics analytics

CAVA’s analytics allow clients to achieve superior clinical, operational, and fiscal results

CAVA™ Robotic Program Maturity Mapping and Performance Benchmarking

Based on hundreds of thousands of comparative surgical cases, CAVA benchmarks all of our client hospitals’ fiscal and clinical performance on a continuum of maturity, aligned with CAVA’s 21 dimensions of performance for virtually every robotic procedure.

Data Science and IT

CAVA Robotics’ US HIPAA- and EU GDPR-compliant data and IT management efficiently assists our clients with the extraction and synthesis of their facility’s performance data. CAVA works with Epic, Cerner, Allscripts, EPSI, McKesson, SurgiNet, and many other leading EMRs, as well as supply chain, cost accounting, and non-integrated data applications. Our IT team is expert in Azure, a scalable, highly available cloud-based environment managed by Microsoft. CAVA functons within a comprehensive data privacy and security environment which can also deliver powerful API reporting.


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Our Latest Publications

“Cost of Robotic Ownership” paper, as published in the International Journal of Medical Robotics and Computer Assisted Surgery. To view this article, click here.
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