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CAVA Robotics Releases New YouTube Educational Video Series for Hospital Administrators

CAVA Robotics, the healthcare IT leader in robotic program consulting to hospitals, today announced the release of their new YouTube educational video series, "The Untold Secrets of Robotic Program Profitability and Optimization."

The series is designed for hospital administrators and is available on CAVA's website and its YouTube channel:

About the Video Series
Featuring 14 different 6-minute video modules by CAVA Robotics CEO Josh Feldstein and Medical Directors Rick Low, MD, and Herb Coussons, MD, the series uncovers dozens of secrets to remaking struggling da Vinci robotic programs. CAVA's leadership reveals the keys to finical, clinical, and operational success in designing and governing a cost-effective, best practice surgical robotic program, powered by world-class data analytics.

CAVA Robotics CEO Josh Feldstein and Medical Directors Rick Low, MD, and Herb Coussons, MD, discuss optimal da Vinci robotic program governance for hospitals.

"We see more than 8 in 10 US hospitals and IDNs in the US struggling to achieve strong fiscal and operational results from their da Vinci robotic program," said CAVA CEO Josh Feldstein, an applied health economist. "CAVA's video series gives hospital administrators insight into objective, unbiased information they cannot obtain from the robotic industry, the media, or peer review publications."

"Many hospital administrators continue to believe that robotic program improvement is not possible, and that robotic surgery costs too much and takes too long," said CAVA Medical Director Rick Low, MD, a robotic general surgeon. "This is simply incorrect. From CAVA's vast database and experience working with scores of hospitals nationally, CAVA has the data analytics, benchmarking, and best practices to achieve robotic program cost-effectiveness and profitability compared to most laparoscopic surgery."

Change Management Means Millions of $

"We begin turning around any struggling robotic program in just a few months," said CAVA Medical Director Herb Coussons, MD, a robotic Gyn surgeon. "And for new robotic programs, we can teach them how to avoid virtually every mistake and pitfall upfront. We're talking about millions in net impact here to both new and struggling hospital robotic programs, with very high ROI."

"After viewing our video series, we invite hospital leadership to contact us for an introductory Webex," said Dr. Low. "As robotic surgeons and health economists working with surgeons, administrators, and crew, we teach hospitals how to achieve unprecedented robotic program performance."

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