The foundation of Theator’s Surgical Intelligence Platform is video management.

Our AI surfaces actionable insights to drive improvements in quality, efficiency, and training.

AI-augmented video management

Capture and annotate all of your lap and robotic video, securely stored in the cloud.

Continuous quality improvement

Connect video to patient outcomes to surface proactive quality initiatives.

Operational efficiency

Optimize resources and reduce procedure time through standardization.

Graduate medical education

Accelerate training with built-in assessments, and peer-to-peer collaboration.

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Desktop computer screen displaying the Theator platform, showing AI-markup for various videos of surgical procedures.

AI-augmented video management

There is a lot we can learn from surgical videos alone, especially when automatically captured and structured – making sense of the data. How often are surgical practices adopted? Is there variability by complexity, by technique, and within healthcare systems? You bet. Check out Theator’s Spotlight data to get our unique insights.

Continuous quality improvement

Do specific techniques, surgical practices, or tools impact outcomes? They sure do. One gynecology department drove a 56% increase in safety milestone adoption while achieving a 13% decrease in operative time.

Line graph showing adoption rate and procedure duration after quality initiative start.

By integrating with EHRs, Theator connects surgical video to patient outcomes, allowing us to finally understand, for example, which surgical practices yield optimal outcomes, and what ways we can improve surgical quality.

Dr. Ketan Badani, Vice Chair of Urology and Robotic Operations, Mount Sinai Health System
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Smart phone showing text reading 'Reduction in procedure operation time: 12% reduction in operation time for bariatrics, 13% reduction in operation time for gynecology, 18% reduction in operation time for general procedures, and 25% reduction in operation time for urology'.

Operational efficiency

We’ve seen time and time again that driving standardization intraoperatively decreases operative time, by 12%, 13%, 19%, 25%  in specific procedures and counting.

Theator's Surgical Intelligence Platform surfaces key information embedded within a procedure into a format that is usable by surgeons to enhance the safety, quality, and efficiency of what we do in the operating room.

Dr. Gerald Fried, Former Chair, Department of Surgery, McGill University Healthcare

Graduate medical education

When a patient experiences a complication, surgical teams immediately turn to the video. Read how one surgical team was able to intervene early and treat the patient by reviewing the recorded video immediately postoperatively.

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Screenshot from the Theator platform showing a still from a video of a robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy. Next to the video still, there are annotations showing the procedure timeline and a form to ask for feedback.
Screenshot of a GEARS evaluation.

Today, we have no objective way to assess the performance of our residents. theator gives us an actionable way to assess performance – something that wasn’t available until today.

Dr. David Shulkin, Ninth Secretary, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

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