OBERD is attending the American Shoulder and Elbow Society (ASES) Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana this week, joining leading nationally recognized experts including orthopedic surgeons and residents, athletic trainers, physical therapists, occupational therapists, advanced practice nurses, physician’s assistants, and physicians with a particular interest in shoulder and elbow disorders.

ASES will provide OBERD the opportunity for exclusive personal interaction with pre-eminent internationally recognized leaders to discuss its single-platform data collection, analytics and reporting software, and how the company’s Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) offers CMS-approved orthopaedic-specific quality measures.

OBERD has been collecting patient outcomes data in orthopaedics for over 7 years, with over 6.7 million scored forms from over 3.9 million patients in its database.

The American Shoulder and Elbow Society Annual Meeting features lectures are by nationally recognized experts in the field of shoulder and elbow treatment. The presentations will provide in-depth coverage of the latest non-surgical and surgical modalities for patients.

Founded in 1982, ASES is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing orthopaedic surgeons and allied health professionals with quality educational opportunities focusing on the shoulder and elbow. The purpose of this Society is to promote, encourage, foster, and advance the art and science of orthopaedic medicine, with focus on shoulder and elbow surgery; to establish a forum for free discussion and teaching among its members; to advance patient care and research affecting the practice of shoulder and elbow care in the United States of America; and to inform the public as to the nature of shoulder and elbow care in the total health care system.