Interested in Contributing Data for Quality Benchmarking or Research Analyses? Join Now!
The Interventional Orthopedics Foundation Patient Registry, termed “Registry”, stores and tracks patient data for the improvement of interventional percutaneous orthopedic treatments. The Registry is a powerful tool developed to assist physicians and providers with long-term patient tracking for practice improvement, outcomes management, monitoring adverse events, and efficient, successful participation in benchmarking, with the ultimate goal of improving patient health.
We believe the IOF’s unique capabilities for capturing, organizing and analyzing patient data will be valuable and increase the overall scientific and clinical understanding of regenerative interventional orthopedics. We view the IOF participating sites as leaders in this specialty that can become laboratories for the improvement of interventional orthopedic therapies.
The Benefits of Participating in the Registry
Ultimately, patients benefit most when physicians participate in the Registry. However, we encourage physicians to actively utilize the knowledge gained from the Registry to improve patient outcomes and the quality of their regenerative interventional orthopedic care.
The Registry is open only to eligible participating physicians who treat patients percutaneously with autologous tissues (platelet rich plasma, platelet lysate, bone marrow concentrate, etc) regardless of age.
IOF Patient Registry Awarded IRB
The IOF Patient Database Registry has been reviewed and approved for oversight by the International Cellular Medicine Society Institutional Review Board (IRB). The IRB is in place to ensure that participants are treated with the utmost respect and fairness throughout the registry outcome process.
Patient Registry Database Statistics and Benefits Summary
Make informed decisions by identifying areas for quality improvement
Maintain a record of the care delivered by your practice
Understand the benefits and possible complications of percutaneous orthopedic therapies
Support quality initiatives, such as promoting the safety of percutaneous orthopedic procedures
Improve patient follow-up and screen for those who may be an appropriate candidate for these therapies
Reduce complication rates
Learn about new opportunities to participate in collaborative quality improvement or adopt tools that may enhance clinical practice
A standardized format for data collection to assess the care of patients undergoing percutaneous orthopedic procedures.
Our team manages all data and all post-treatment patient communication and follow-up
Access your own dataset for procedure tracking and adverse events
Membership within the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation and listing on the IOF Directory
Training and toolkits to promote participation in the Registry, including a Registry logo, patient brochures, and custom marketing and communications assistance
Dedicated staff to assist with inquiries pertaining to participation
Physicians or entities interested in participating in the Registry, please email [email protected].
Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in a quality improvement effort for patients that has an impact on the local, regional, and national levels. Join the more than 40 physician practices across the country in participating in the IOF Registry.
Contact and Access
If you are a physician who is interested in making your practice into an enrolling site, and would like to understand the participating fee structure, please email us at [email protected] .