MedCity News April 15, 2024
Katie Adams

Banner Health is deploying Qventus’ perioperative technology across the entire organization following the success of an initial pilot. The software integrates with EHRs and uses machine learning to automate operating room scheduling processes and maximize surgical caseloads.

Banner Health — an Arizona-based health system with 30 hospitals and hundreds of other care sites — announced this week that it is deploying Qventus’ perioperative technology across the entire organization following the success of an initial pilot.

Silicon Valley-based Qventus, which was founded in 2012, offers technology that optimizes efficiency in inpatient settings, perioperative care settings and command centers. The company’s perioperative software integrates with EHRs and uses machine learning to automate operating room scheduling processes and maximize surgical caseloads.

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