AAPM&R’s Registry is a single repository of data which will aid the specialty by guiding efforts to reduce burnout, defend scope of practice, demonstrate value and provide data to improve patient care.
AAPM&R’s Registry success will come from harnessing traditional EMR data with Patient Reported Outcomes data. AAPM&R’s Registry is built on ArborMetrix RegistryX, which leverages healthcare interoperability standards to intake data and transform that data into real-world evidence through smart analytics and intuitive and flexible reports.
Decision-making demands data – factual evidence that your skills and services are deserving of a patient’s patronage, an institution’s referral, or a payer’s reimbursement. The accurate documentation of rehabilitation through data is an effort that will involve all of physiatry, together, and it starts with AAPM&R’s Registry. Participating in AAPM&R’s Registry allows you to:
- Benchmark your practice
- Manage patient populations
- Improve patient care
- Join community of quality improvement
AAPM&R’s Registry is initially launching two data collection programs centered on ischemic stroke and low-back pain conditions and will expand to other PM&R clinical areas.
AAPM&R’s Registry would like to thank the following participating sites for being early adopters of the Registry:
- Brooks Rehabilitation
- Carolina Neurosurgery and Spine Associates
- Lifespan Physician Group
- Rusk Rehabilitation at NYU
- Shepherd Center
- Shirley Ryan AbilityLab
- Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC)
The strategic planning and development of the Registry is overseen by AAPM&R staff and physiatrist-led steering committee.
- Michael Hatzakis, Jr., MD, (Chair)
- Joseph Hornyak, MD, PhD
- Amy Houtrow, MD, PhD, MPH
- Mark Huang, MD
- John Lesher, MD (Chair, Low-Back Pain Pilot)
- Alan Novick, MD (Chair, Ischemic Stroke Pilot)
- James Sliwa, DO