High Resolution for Better Care


Analytics in the Cloud

OR Insight

Socrates ORInsight™ is the tool hospitals need to improve surgery performance, not merely in the OR, but as a component of a care episode. ORInsight™ supports analysis of performance within the OR, comparing the cost of delivery to large scale clinical outcomes (LOS, Readmissions, Complication Rates, Mortality). The solution measures variance in care and cost by a range of operational variables.

SNF Insight

Socrates SNFInsight™ is the tool Skilled Nursing Facilities need to improve care delivery as an isolated care event, as part of an acute episode and as a component of a chronic care episode. SNFInsight™ supports analysis of performance within the facility, comparing the total cost of care delivery to large scale clinical outcomes (LOS, Readmissions, Complication Rates, Mortality) and to expected reimbursement. The solution measures variance in care and cost, with granular breakdown of SNF operations and cost components, by a range of operational variables.



OR Insight Demo


Our Founder Introduces Socrates


Notes on the Changing Healthcare Environment


Three Questions

Whitepaper (PDF)

Cutting Costs

Whitepaper (PDF)

Enhanced Recovery Pathways

Clinical Review (PDF)


Socrates is a cloud-based solution for margin improvement.

  • Actionable Insight

    Socrates provides visibility into accessible costs within clinical care processes so that providers can manage risk and remain viable in the emerging healthcare environment.

  • 30 Days

    Within standard implementation timeframes, Socrates can promptly deliver meaningful and accurate reporting.

  • 20-30%

    With enhanced recovery pathways Socrates can reduce length of stay by 20-30%.

  • 10-15%

    By identifying opportunity within cost drivers and managing variability, Socrates can reduce costs by 10-15%


Socrates in the media

The Irish Times

Operating at the very highest level in the US

Feb 23, 2016

U of MI

Socrates Analytics Enables the CMO to Lead the Charge . . .

May 15, 2015

Linked In

Hospitals Don't Really Know How Much Things Cost

Augest 12, 2014

Crain's Business

Up, up and away: University Hospitals reveals innovation powers

July 27, 2014


Spinouts Blossom In Shadow Of Northeast Ohio's Healthcare Giants.

November 27, 2013

Our Team

Conor and Jim are leading a group of driven developers and analysts to help hospitals and LTC facilities understand their costs.

Conor Delaney MD, PhD


Jim Evans


Conor Delaney (MD MCh PhD FRCSI FACS FASCRS), chief of the Division of Colorectal Surgery, Surgical Director of the Digestive Health Institute, and Vice Chairman of the Department of Surgery at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, is the founder of Socrates Analytics. He is a Professor of Surgery at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Delaney serves on the administrative committees of many national and international professional societies, serves on the editorial board of ten international journals, and is a past-President of the International Society of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery. Dr. Delaney has given over 200 invited lectures nationally and internationally, has published four books and published more than 250 manuscripts in scientific journals on topics relating to surgical education, colorectal cancer surgery, laparoscopic colorectal surgery and peri-operative care and cost-efficiency for colorectal and intestinal surgery.

Jim Evans, CEO, brings twenty years of healthcare leading experience to Socrates. His healthcare expertise spans healthcare analytics, network management, and reimbursement strategy. Prior to joining Socrates, Jim was instrumental in developing businesses in healthcare information technology for payer and provider markets with McKesson Health Solutions. Jim also provided marketing and business strategy for over a dozen Global 1000 companies over four continents with Cerenti Marketing Group and Booz Allen Hamilton. He served as a Lieutenant the United States Navy. Jim received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from The George Washington University and his M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

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