World renowned registries powered by OBERD
Driving new standards to elevate patient outcomes, the industry and your practice
OBERD understands the complex world of high-level initiatives to drive standardization of care, quality improvements and implement impactful research. Often these initiatives need sufficient scale and collaboration to drive significant results. We are an authorized vendor, supporting all AAOS registries and have hosted disease specific, specialty specific, global multi-purpose repositories and a Quality Registry for MIPS reporting to meet these needs.
The OBERD framework provides sophistication in an easy to use format for studies, multi-center registries and clinical trials to connect collaborators around the world. OBERD has helped many clients pivot their data for retrospective research analysis and also supported a myriad of prospective, internal studies with a fully stocked set of features ranging from e-consenting, specific controls/permissions and audit checks.
Ease of use is further enhanced by leveraging proprietary algorithms for computer-adaptive test (CAT) forms. These combined with automations reduce the burden on patients and staff, enhancing the experience for both and streamlining workflows. The result drives successful research protocols without disrupting patient throughput in the clinic.
OBERD’s orthopaedic specialized registries are aligned with the PRO instruments recommended by the AAOS Quality Outcomes Data Work Group. OBERD is, also, an authorized vendor for the AAOS registry program. Included Registries: AJRR, ASR, SER, MsRT
AAOS American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR)
Hip & Knee
The AJRR collects hip and knee arthroplasty procedures in three data types: procedural, post-operative, and patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) data.
American Shoulder & Elbow Surgeons (ASES)
Shoulder & Elbow
The Mission of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons is to support quality shoulder and elbow care through the ethical practice of leadership, medical education, research and quality, and patient advocacy.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Qualified Registry
CMS Qualified Registry collects clinical data from a physician or group and submits the data to CMS for MIPS reporting. The data includes Quality, Promoting Interoperability, and Improvement Activities performance categories.
Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR)
The Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model aims to support better and more efficient care for beneficiaries undergoing the most common inpatient surgeries for Medicare beneficiaries: hip and knee replacements.
Regenerative Orthobiologics Registry (ROR)
Created as a united initiative to improve data collection in the field of Orthobiologics, the Regenerative Orthobiologics Registry (ROR) is the official registry of The Orthobiologic Institute that leverages OBERD's healthcare data registry platform to advance evidence-based care to standardize regenerative orthobiologics procedures.
Shoulder & Elbow
OBERD, the leading outcomes and clinical data collection vendor, has partnered with ShoulderJAM LLC to launch a unique, data-rich Shoulder Registry that combines patient-reported outcomes (ASES, PROMIS Global 10, VAS) and specialist clinical forms.