Compliant Innovations has closed a Series A financing. Launched in 2013, DocSpera allows surgeons andprocedural specialists to collaborate with peers and medical device representatives on patient care. Investors include Lifeforce Ventures and Attractor Ventures.
Compliant Innovations announced the closing of its Series A financing to support the rapidly
growing demand for its DocSpera platform. Launched in 2013, DocSpera allows surgeons and
procedural specialists to collaborate with peers and medical device representatives on patient
care. The investors in the Series A round include Lifeforce Ventures and Attractor Ventures.
“In complex procedures, care collaboration can be difficult because of the need to protect
patient health information.” said Sy Fahimi, co-founder and chief executive officer. “We
launched DocSpera to give extended care teams that sit across multiple institutions,
departments and geographies, an easy to use HIPAA-compliant communication platform for
streamlining the collaboration required to deliver the highest level of patient care in complex
DocSpera provides tools to create networks of verified physicians, nurses, and medical device
representatives to share specific patient case information, discuss therapies, and review new
procedures and medical devices. Since its launch, DocSpera has signed up over a thousand
surgeons representing leading institutions such as Cleveland Clinic, Hospital for Special
Surgery, Mayo and many other large practices.
“In surgical care, our care teams often include other physicians, nurses, and medical device
industry representatives who play a consultative role on the cases,” said DocSpera member, Dr.
Orrin Franko, Orthopedic Surgery Resident at University of California, San Diego. “While EMRs
have improved some communication challenges, they do not work across different institutions
and are limited only to providers within a single hospital system. DocSpera allows for sharing of
critical patient images, videos, and clinical history among colleagues worldwide via a single
platform that crosses medical devices. Combined with an intuitive interface on mobile devices,
this tool greatly improves efficiency and collaboration.”
DocSpera was designed by practicing surgeons to reflect the way care teams actually work. The
solution helps to streamline the clinical workflow within and across institutions. With DocSpera,
physicians are able to get immediate second opinions and communicate with their care teams in
real-time. Medical device representatives are also able to save time and costs by having direct
access to pertinent information such as x-rays and surgery schedules.
About Compliant Innovations
Compliant Innovations provides web and mobile solutions addressing care collaboration
challenges facing healthcare professions. We help improve patient care, and increase physician
and medical device collaboration through our DocSpera secure communication platform and
care coordination solutions. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA.