Case Studies

D-Scope VIA delivers a wealth of features that improve endoscopy for patients, doctors and healthcare facilities. The following case studies illustrate how D-Scope VIA can assist in achieving specific goals, too.

Come back to see new D-Scope case studies that address specific needs of people and facilities in the healthcare system.

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Case Studies

D-Scope VIA delivers a wealth of features that improve endoscopy for patients, doctors and healthcare facilities. The following case studies illustrate how D-Scope VIA can assist in achieving specific goals, too.

Come back to see new D-Scope case studies that address specific needs of people and facilities in the healthcare system.

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ENTAA Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps a Multi-Office Practice Thrive

Medical Media Integration Helps a Multi-Office Practice Thrive

ENTAA Care is a 6-office practice in Maryland and a member of Johns Hopkins Regional Physicians. Staffed by a top-notch team of more than 20 board-certified otolaryngologists, allergists/immunologists and audiologists, speech-language pathologists and a physical therapist.

ENTAA Care wanted to increase its capabilities with regard to digital media by increasing the flexibility for integration within and between offices to allow any authorized provider in the practice to access video, image and audio files for referrals, consultation, training and teaching. At the same time, they wanted to make their providers more productive and less strained by streamlining their workflow and reducing the time they spent on tedious administrative tasks, such as generating reports, entering data into EHR, etc.

D-Scope installed its first workstations in two ENTAA Care offices and in a short time had installed additional workstations across all six locations. We also installed D-Scope in offices and meeting rooms throughout the office network for consultations and teaching.

ENTAA Care now benefits from D-Scope’s proprietary hardware-agnostic platform that delivers the flexibility and accessibility they wanted every along with additional benefits, including redundant cloud storage and the ability to conduct their own performance studies using D-Scope’s metadata capabilities.

ENTAA Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps a Multi-Office Practice Thrive

Medical Media Integration Helps a Multi-Office Practice Thrive

ENTAA Care is a 6-office practice in Maryland and a member of Johns Hopkins Regional Physicians. Staffed by a top-notch team of more than 20 board-certified otolaryngologists, allergists/immunologists and audiologists, speech-language pathologists and a physical therapist.

ENTAA Care wanted to increase its capabilities with regard to digital media by increasing the flexibility for integration within and between offices to allow any authorized provider in the practice to access video, image and audio files for referrals, consultation, training and teaching. At the same time, they wanted to make their providers more productive and less strained by streamlining their workflow and reducing the time they spent on tedious administrative tasks, such as generating reports, entering data into EHR, etc.

D-Scope installed its first workstations in two ENTAA Care offices and in a short time had installed additional workstations across all six locations. We also installed D-Scope in offices and meeting rooms throughout the office network for consultations and teaching.

ENTAA Care now benefits from D-Scope’s proprietary hardware-agnostic platform that delivers the flexibility and accessibility they wanted every along with additional benefits, including redundant cloud storage and the ability to conduct their own performance studies using D-Scope’s metadata capabilities.

DoD-VA Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps the Continuum of Care for Active-Duty Military and Veterans

Medical Media Integration Helps the Continuum of Care for Active-Duty Military and Veterans

The Military Health System (MHS) is one of America’s largest and most complex health care institutions, and the world’s preeminent military health care delivery operation. The MHS cares for 9.5 million beneficiaries in one of the nation’s largest health benefit plans through 51 military hospitals, 424 military medical clinics and 248 military dental clinics.

The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 healthcare facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.

These two organizations have thousands of doctors treating millions of patients every day. They conduct and record countless procedures using endoscopy, laproscopy and thoroacoscopy for diagnosis and treatment. Millions of digital recordings are only stored locally, making them virtually useless for treating active-duty patients who are sent to other facilities for treatment and for soldiers when they transition from active-duty to veteran status and become patients of the VA. So an enormous amount of time and money is spent replicating procedures, with attendant inconvenience for millions of patients.

D-Scope was awarded a competitive-bid, joint-contract in February 2020 to become the medical media integrator for the U.S. Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration. After a proof-of-concept pilot, D-Scope is outfitting select military hospitals with D-Scope VIA systems for feedback and fine-tuning before being deployed throughout Military Health System and Veterans Administration healthcare facilities. The result of this contract will be better and more efficient care for active-duty military and veteran patients and a significant reduction in costs for needlessly redundant procedures.

DoD-VA Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps the Continuum of Care for Active-Duty Military and Veterans

Medical Media Integration Helps the Continuum of Care for Active-Duty Military and Veterans

The Military Health System (MHS) is one of America’s largest and most complex health care institutions, and the world’s preeminent military health care delivery operation. The MHS cares for 9.5 million beneficiaries in one of the nation’s largest health benefit plans through 51 military hospitals, 424 military medical clinics and 248 military dental clinics.

The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 healthcare facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.

These two organizations have thousands of doctors treating millions of patients every day. They conduct and record countless procedures using endoscopy, laproscopy and thoroacoscopy for diagnosis and treatment. Millions of digital recordings are only stored locally, making them virtually useless for treating active-duty patients who are sent to other facilities for treatment and for soldiers when they transition from active-duty to veteran status and become patients of the VA. So an enormous amount of time and money is spent replicating procedures, with attendant inconvenience for millions of patients.

D-Scope was awarded a competitive-bid, joint-contract in February 2020 to become the medical media integrator for the U.S. Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration. After a proof-of-concept pilot, D-Scope is outfitting select military hospitals with D-Scope VIA systems for feedback and fine-tuning before being deployed throughout Military Health System and Veterans Administration healthcare facilities. The result of this contract will be better and more efficient care for active-duty military and veteran patients and a significant reduction in costs for needlessly redundant procedures.

Keck Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps Major Teaching Hospitals Stay Current

Medical Media Integration Helps Major Teaching Hospitals Stay Current

D-Scope works with the largest and most elite research and teaching hospitals in the US to formulate best-practices for specific specialties and procedures using our unique metadata capture capability and review clips/subclips of actual procedures with medical students using our share-anywhere capability.

The urology department of a leading west-coast university hospital has recorded numerous types of procedures more than 100 times to yield a database of specific markers that can help improve efficiency and outcomes for those specific procedures.

Using artificial intelligence to analyze the metadata, the institution is able to instruct university students and guide hospital staff to employ data-driven improvements for diagnosing and treating prostate conditions.

Keck Case Study - Medical Media Integration Helps Major Teaching Hospitals Stay Current

Medical Media Integration Helps Major Teaching Hospitals Stay Current

D-Scope works with the largest and most elite research and teaching hospitals in the US to formulate best-practices for specific specialties and procedures using our unique metadata capture capability and review clips/subclips of actual procedures with medical students using our share-anywhere capability.

The urology department of a leading west-coast university hospital has recorded numerous types of procedures more than 100 times to yield a database of specific markers that can help improve efficiency and outcomes for those specific procedures.

Using artificial intelligence to analyze the metadata, the institution is able to instruct university students and guide hospital staff to employ data-driven improvements for diagnosing and treating prostate conditions.

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