Healthcare Data Analytics and Automation



Composite scoring system to identify patients at higher risk for COVID-19 infection.


Bitscopic is a healthcare analytics and workflow platform empowering organizations to gain unique insights from ever increasing data, and achieve better healthcare outcomes through data driven decisions to optimize care.








Bitscopic’s Machine
learning team has extensive experience in developing models that work with great precision on very large data sets, making sense of the otherwise difficult task of understanding the data at hand.


Working with some of the best doctors in this field and utilizing the experiences to analyze large data sets of EHRs used by the Federal Government’s hospitals has helped Bitscopic gain a deep understanding in the healthcare analytics.


The Big data team at Bitscopic, brings a wealth of experience having worked on Microsoft’s Bing, and is very skilled and experienced in building large scale distributed systems for storage, processing and analytics of data.


Bitscopic has collectively developed, contributed to and deployed more than a dozen well-received and highly effective products. Bitscopic is also pleased to offer not only expertise but also a comprehensive suite of services for COTS integration.


The Value of Having Trending and Retrospective Data at GoLive

A key feature to consider when evaluating clinical surveillance solutions for hospitals is the immediate availability of retrospective (historical) data at the time of GoLive. We recently spoke about this with Dr. Russell Ryono, who has over 30 years of experience as an infection preventionist and pharmacist at the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA),…

The Value in Having VISN Level Clinical Surveillance

When evaluating clinical surveillance solutions for hospitals, one key dimension to consider is the ability to do network wide surveillance and reporting (or the VISN level in the VA system), in addition to the level of the individual hospital. We spoke about this with Dr. Russell Ryono, who has over 30 years of experience as…

Preventing Hospital Acquired Infections: An Interview with Dr. Russell Ryono

Dr. Russell Ryono According to the World Health Organization (WHO), at any given time, healthcare-associated infections affect between 3.5% and 12% of patients in developed countries, and between 5.7% and 19.1% of patients in low and middle-income countries. In the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates roughly 1.7 million hospital-associated infections cause…

Top Trends at VA Hospitals in 2020 and 2021

Bill Maher As a truly momentous 2020 draws to a close, we spoke recently with Bitscopic’s Director of Sales and Business Development, Bill Maher, to get his perspective on the high-level trends he sees as he talks to numerous VA hospitals across the country. This is the first in a series of short interviews with…

VA’s Palo Alto Hospital Selects Bitscopic’s PraediAlert Clinical Surveillance Platform

Bitscopic Inc., a Silicon Valley based healthcare analytics company, announced today that the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Palo Alto Medical Center has selected Bitscopic’s PraediAlert platform for clinical surveillance. PraediAlert is an FDA registered clinical surveillance system that allows hospitals to improve patient care and patient safety by minimizing and managing patients at…