Founder’s Message: From NASA to Quality Outcomes
In 1990, we launched Cedaron with an innovation grant from NASA. Our immediate goal was to create a way to assess, document, and preserve the functioning of astronauts’ hands after their flights in space. The idea that what we were creating would be used at NASA was both pretty cool and a bit overwhelming.
After watching NASA in action, we quickly realized the positive impact Cedaron could have on the rest of us: patients, providers, all the people who support the care team. It’s been remarkable to watch the evolution of our software and services as we’ve collaborated with our customer family over the past three decades.
(Really, we consider them part of the Cedaron Family and they are one of the reasons I love coming to work everyday. Our talented staff is another.)
Cedaron’s vision has always been to greatly improve specialty outcomes documentation. I’m humbled to know that we’ve had such a positive impact on the quality of care and bottom line for so many healthcare systems and private practices.
From all of us at Cedaron, thanks for stopping by. I hope we have a chance to talk.