Physician Dashboards.
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Physician Dashboards.

If you haven’t already heard, Relatable Healthcare just introduced its latest round of software updates. Headlining this round is the brand-new Physician Dashboard.

Physician Dashboards differ from the traditional Relatable experience (tailored to administrators, facilities, and management companies), by offering a stream-lined user experience dedicated to providing critical data to each individual surgeon.

Using a unique login, a surgeon can easily track various data over a specified time period, including (but not limited to):


  • Total Unique Cases
  • Average Products Per Case
  • Average Cost Per Case
  • Total Products & Total Unique Products
  • Average Cost Per Product
  • Total Spend By Product

Graphs & Charts

  • Average Cost Per Case By Physician (Facility-wide comparison)
  • Average Products Per Case By Physician (Facility-wide comparison)
  • Average Cost Per Product By Manufacturer
  • Total Spend By Manufacturer & Portion of Total Spend
  • Average Cost Per Case Timeseries


Physician Dashboard Gif

GIF 1: The Relatable Healthcare Physician Dashboard.

The Dashboard can be further customized to include additional relevant data for a surgeon or facility. This latest update by Relatable offers surgeons, leaders, and PPI decision makers the ability to conveniently track how their decisions are affecting facility finances. Such newfound transparency impacts cost-savings momentum, driving continuous feedback and awareness of medical device pricing. The Physician Dashboard partnered with Relatable’s software for administrators, healthcare organizations, and management companies delivers the data intelligence and confidence to identify, track, and tackle PPI and supply savings initiatives.

If you are interested in learning more about how we are helping organizations utilize transparent medical device data and achieve financial goals, please don’t hesitate to check out our website, read more on our blog, or contact the Relatable Team directly.