Surgeon Researcher, a research company that provides patients with research from medical experts on the skill level of surgeons, has launched in Rio Rancho.
Surgeon Researcher, a surgeon review website, speaks with medical professionals who have observed surgeries performed by the surgeons that are being reviewed. This provides patients with a more accurate and reliable assessment of a surgeon’s capabilities than websites that compile anonymous ratings and accept advertising money from surgeons.
Finding the right surgeon can be a difficult and stressful process for patients and their families. Surgeon Researcher aims to direct patients to the top surgeons in the area by speaking to local medical professionals. Customers are given a proprietary evaluation report to help them make informed decisions about their health care.
“We’re excited to launch in New Mexico and provide patients with an expert, independent, unbiased resource to help them find the right surgeon,” Dan Raymond, founder of Surgeon Researcher, said. ” Studies, and our experience, show that patients who are operated on by the most skilled surgeons have lower rates of revision surgery, complications, infection, pain and opioid use. The most skilled surgeons achieve the best surgical outcomes — providing their patients with quicker recoveries and improved quality of life. Our business model is built on providing patients with expert and unbiased information, free from any financial incentives or conflicts of interest. This allows us to guide patients to the most skilled surgeons and away from surgeons that are not as talented. It is what we do for our friends and family and now for patients in Rio Rancho, New Mexico.”
Surgeon Researcher provides patients with research on a variety of surgical specialties, including orthopedic surgery, spine surgery, neurosurgery, vascular surgery, plastic surgery and more. The company’s research service is available to patients for a fee and includes insights from medical professionals who have observed surgeries performed by the surgeon being reviewed.