OBERD's educational webinars help ensure you remain current on the latest trends, government regulations and solutions in health outcomes data collection.
Outcomes Measurement: Philosophy to implementation
Dr. Michael Suk from Geisinger Musculoskeletal Institute and Dr. Edward K. Rodriquez from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center join us to discuss how they use patient-reported outcomes data to continuously monitor and improve quality. They'll share their personal experiences implementing successful patient-reported data collection programs, pitfalls to avoid, and weigh in on what to look for in a data collection platform.
Shoulder Focused Data Collection Webinar
Learn how some of OBERD’s clients are using Shoulder Focused Data Collection to drive research, reduce inefficiencies, and provide data driven decisions for their business. In this webinar, we’ll be joined by two well known American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons who discuss how they’re using data to become leaders in the field.
Why Should I Collect Data?
“Why should I collect data?” is a question you may have asked vendors, colleagues and even yourself. There are plenty of reasons but ‘building community’ and ‘patient outreach’ may not have crossed your mind as two of the most compelling. We live in an age where people demand data and transparent reviews and recommendations prior to making a purchasing decision. Healthcare is no different.
MIPS 2020 Ruling Updates and Client Success Story
OBERD experts will cover CMS’s proposed 2020 changes to the Quality Payment Program and how they can impact specialty practices, such as orthopaedics. We will also highlight a client success story, detailing how Orthopedic Associates of Hartford successfully scored a 99.3/100 for MPS Quality in 2018 by adding quality measures to its existing digital intake forms.
AOSSM Preview: IKDC and ASES collection, provider ranking, and data utilization
We’re breaking new ground engaging patients to collect PROs for common sports-related injuries. Join our July 8th webinar as a ramp-up to the AOSSM conference, to learn how sports medicine physicians can efficiently collect and rank their performance against individual providers and practices for the IKDC and ASES PROMs.
Increasing PRO Survey Capture Rate with Reduced Patient Burden
OBERD and Geisinger Health present new Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) data collection technology that is proven to increase PRO data capture rates by reducing patients’ completion time.