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Before implementing any new AI tech in your hospital’s ORs, there are a few key considerations you should bear in mind. Download this printable evaluation checklist for the top 10 things to look for when evaluating AI technology for the OR.

This one page guide to AI and surgicial care will answer all of your burning questions, like…

  • What is AI? 
  • What does it actually do?
  • What is the promise of AI in healthcare?

The effects of surgical variability at every level of the healthcare ecosystem are significant and wide-ranging. It’s no wonder that executives, administrators, and surgical teams have long been in search of reliable ways to reduce or eliminate them altogether.

AI has the potential to improve surgeon performance and patient care. But, how much data does an AI-based system need to learn surgical context with high fidelity? With Theator, not much.
Our innovative machine learning architecture enables scalability by reproducing our AI capabilities in laparoscopic cholecystectomy to other procedures and specialties with <10% of the data size.
Our AI annotates not only procedure steps, but also intra-op events and safety milestones. Here, we show that Theator can identify these components as accurately as a surgeon.
Theator’s unique video recognition method provides 65% greater accuracy and significantly faster processing compared to a traditional AI approach, enabling real-time annotations.
Data privacy is essential for any healthcare technology. Theator’s AI actually protects privacy, defining the standard of surgical video identification — now with 99.3% accuracy.
No unique events were apparent during a robotic ureteral reimplantation. But the AI highlighted a possible ureteral injury, enabling the post-op care team to quickly address the complication.

Our Healthcare Partners

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Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center logo: white icon of a heart with three arrows pointing toward the point of the heart. Underneath the icon, white text reads 'Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center Ichilov'.
McGill University logo: a shield with a crown on either side of an open book on the top, and 3 birds on the bottom. To the right of the shield, white text reads 'McGill University'.
SAGES logo: seal with white text around the outside reading 'Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons SAGES'. In the center of the seal, there is a white line drawing of the digestive tract, alongside surgical tools on the right and the Caduceus symbol on the left.
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CAGS logo: white line drawing of a maple leaf above white text reading 'Canadian Association of General Surgeons'.
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Our Technology Partners

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Secure & Compliant by Design

Theator is the most secure AI-powered Platform on the market. We ensure that all sensitive patient data stays private and protected at all times.
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