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Current Concepts in Clinical Research: Web-Based, Automated, Arthroscopic Surgery Prospective Database Registry

Published:November 24, 2011DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arthro.2011.08.297

      Abstract

      In 2011, postsurgical patient outcome data may be compiled in a research registry, allowing comparative-effectiveness research and cost-effectiveness analysis by use of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act–compliant, institutional review board–approved, Food and Drug Administration–approved, remote, Web-based data collection systems. Computerized automation minimizes cost and minimizes surgeon time demand. A research registry can be a powerful tool to observe and understand variations in treatment and outcomes, to examine factors that influence prognosis and quality of life, to describe care patterns, to assess effectiveness, to monitor safety, and to change provider practice through feedback of data. Registry of validated, prospective outcome data is required for arthroscopic and related researchers and the public to advocate with governments and health payers. The goal is to develop evidence-based data to determine the best methods for treating patients.
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