The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ fracture and trauma registry will now use PatientIQ for tracking, the organization said.
PatientIQ’s cloud-based platform will integrate with participants’ EHR in the registry, according to a news release. This simplifies the collection and submission of outcomes data.
“By leaning on PatientIQ’s expertise to deploy EHR-integrated outcomes programs, we take the power of our clinical registry to a new tier,” Michael Gardner, MD, chair of the AOS Fracture & Trauma Registry Steering Committee, said in the release. “This new registry offering will improve the often-cumbersome data submission process and gives participants a new option for enrolling.”
The fracture and trauma registry is one of five registries the AAOS uses to track outcomes for orthopedic surgeries.