"We don't expect to be just passive users of this software," said Dr. Holmes. "We expect to push the envelope while providing a steady stream of ideas for improving this product, which ultimately will benefit not just the busy surgeon, but also our patients."
TraumaCad will be integrated with the digital imaging systems at George Washington Hospital, allowing orthopaedic surgeons and residents to perform pre-surgical planning from any computer, anywhere.
Orthocrat will present its advanced orthopedic-templating solutions, including an auto-hip capability that dramatically reduces the time spent by a surgeon in pre-surgical planning, at the upcoming 94th Annual Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), from November 30 through December 5, 2008, in Chicago.
Orthocrat has a simple mission: To dramatically improve the orthopedic surgeon's workflow, so that more time can be spent with patients. Orthocrat's flagship product, TraumaCad, has been installed in over 1,000 locations in ten countries, including hospitals, clinics and academic institutions. OrthoFlow, the company's newest workflow solution, is already proving that a busy surgeon can expect to get rid of an hour of repetitive drudgery each day, and spend that time with patients instead.
Orthocrat has worldwide offices in Anaheim, CA; Charlotte, NC; Columbia, MD; London, UK; and Tel Aviv, Israel. Visit us at http://www.traumacad.com.
About The George Washington University Hospital
The George Washington University Hospital is a 371-bed
multi-disciplinary acute care facility located in Washington, D.C. Since
July 1997, The George Washington University Hospital has been jointly owned
and operated by a partnership between George Washington University and a
subsidiary of Universal Health Services Inc. (U
|SOURCE Orthocrat Ltd|
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