BANG Reduces Surgical Complications Before They Happen
Monday Oct 24 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
San Clemente, CA October 24, 2016: BANG has launched a new program to analyze a surgery live
Monday Oct 24 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

San Clemente October 24, 2016: BANG has launched a new program to analyze a surgery live and predict when a complication is likely to occur. Hospitals and surgeons can reduce complications, costs and improve patient outcomes.

Bang's CEO, Ted Schwartz, comments, "Medicare is consolidating all of their cost saving programs and pilots into one program called MACRA. MACRA will begin in January 2017 and offer physicians higher reimbursements if they implement programs to reduce inefficiencies, costs and improve patient treatment and outcome. One area that can benefit from tele health is when a primary care physician orders a specialist consult. Using BANG, a primary care physician can immediately access any specialist in the country. BANG will eliminate the need for patients to schedule additional appointments and primary care physicians can have instant consults. BANG is a perfect tele-health technology for MACRA and the future of value based care medicine".

Bang specializes in providing teleconferencing technology to hospitals, medical device manufacturers, and private practicing physicians in order to deliver the highest standard of patient care at a low cost.