Transforming Surgical Care Management

The first surgical care management platform for value-based healthcare teams.

Proactively Manage Surgery Related Clinical and Financial Risk

Medtel Sits above EHR, scheduling, and inventory management systems, connects team members and provides proactive clinical and financial risk management capabilities critical to success in today’s value-based care environments.

Effectively Manage Practice Change

  • Efficiently capture and share surgical case requirements
  • Validate implant and ancillary product requests against hospital specific clinical guidelines
  • Obtain and track delivery commitments from implant and equipment vendors
  • Trigger Hospital specific case coordination workflow on case creation
  • Monitor practice change metrics in real time

Collaborate in Real‑Time

  • Office Scheduler

    Enters and monitors cases
  • Sales Rep

    Receives notification of upcoming cases and confirms attendance, implants and trays
  • OR Coordinator

    Monitors case confirmations
  • Care Coordinator

    Streamlines the episode of care
  • Surgeon

    Receives feedback on implant and ancillary products

    Views compliance rates of savings drivers

Insights & Analytics

  • Identify Trends

    Quickly identify trends and compliance performance as you work towards your goals and business objectives
  • Tracking

    Track implant selection guidelines
  • Approvals

    Identify approved product utilization
  • Compliance

    Joint commission compliance
  • Goals

    Identify quarterly cost savings goals

Why it Works

  • Easy to Implement

    Rapid implementation. IT integration is optional but not required.
  • Greater ROI

    Generates a greater than 5:1 ROI for our clients
  • Automation

    Automates manual processes enhancing surgical care
  • Scale

    Provides scale to your economic and clinical impact and success
  • Compliance

    Ensure implants and instruments are ready for your procedure
  • Setting Selection

    Patients get the right care in the correct setting


Gregory Montalbano, MD
Orthopedic Surgeon and Assistant Professor

“Medtel automates the workflow from my office to the hospital. My cases are seamlessly scheduled with implant requests and supplies, and vendors are automatically notified, if required. Medtel assists with implant selection guidelines and streamlines the episode of care. It’s had a valuable influence on my office staff, patients and me.”

Deborah Curalto
Senior Surgical Scheduler

“Medtel cuts down on paperwork and phone calls. I finally have an easy to use platform that makes life easier for all. In less then 30 seconds, I can connect with my hospital, staff, ASC and vendors.”

Maggie Benenati, RN, BSN, CNOR
Perioperative Hospital Manager

“Medtel has helped tremendously to increase care coordination with all surgical parties including helping to manage communication, which has made our OR more efficient including identifying issues long before the surgical procedures take place.”

Richard Iorio, MD
Chief of Adult Reconstruction
William & Susan Jaffe Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery

“Pay for performance reimbursement is a key concept in the healthcare quality movement. The goal is simply to improve healthcare safety, outcomes, and value by tying provider payment to quality performance. The system has moved from fee for service to fee for value. The challenge however is understanding how to measure quality. Medtel does just this; it is easy to use, provides reliable and repeatable clinical data, identifies risk at the earliest opportunity and identifies operational efficiencies and controls costs while systematically achieving value based reimbursement”


  • Harold Mondschein

    CEO & Co-Founder

    Harold Mondschein has more than 20 years of leadership experience in the healthcare sector, including direct patient care, sales, and consulting for health systems and manufacturers. Harold co-founded Medtel in 2013, serving as Chief Executive Officer. Medtel is a software program used by hospitals to reduce costs, integrate physician and patient programs, and address bundled payments and value-based care. (more...)