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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is now mandating the collection of patient-reported outcome measures. Systems that are working with Medicare patients must collect patient-reported outcomes starting April 2, 2024 or they'll be subject to penalties for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2028 determination. To start, it will become mandatory for hospitals under the Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting (IQR) program to collect and report patient-reported outcomes for at least 50% of eligible total hip/total knee replacement patients. Providers are highly encouraged to participate in the Voluntary Reporting periods that already started in October 2022 in order to be well-prepared before the mandatory collection period begins. Ask us how you can automate the collection of Hospital-level Total Hip Arthroplasty and Total Knee Arthroplasty (THA/TKA) Patient Reported Outcomes Measures with SeamlessMD today.

Automate Patient Reported Outcomes (PRO) Data Collection

Customize & collect patient-reported outcome (PRO) surveys across the episode – including validated survey instruments (e.g. PROMIS, VR-12, HOOS, KOOS, etc.)

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Generate Real-Time Reports

Create custom reports and dashboards to measure response rates, graph trends and benchmark performance.

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Integrate with Existing Databases

Transfer PRO data back and forth between SeamlessMD and existing databases, such as your REDCap database.

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Check out our podcast: Using Digital Patient Engagement for Patient-Reported Outcomes

Featuring Dr. Joshua Liu, Co-founder & CEO at SeamlessMD.
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Collecting Patient-Reported Outcomes For Total Joint Replacement

“SeamlessMD has been an integral part of our digital transformation for total joint replacement patients – helping us improve the patient experience through interactive patient education, remote patient monitoring and automated PRO data collection. This technology enables outstanding patient care by collecting valuable patient-reported outcomes data for continuous quality improvement.”

Dr. Friedrich Boettner
Orthopedic Surgeon, Hospital for Special Surgery
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Using a Mobile Application for Real-Time Collection of Patient-Reported Outcomes in HPB Surgery within an ERAS® Pathway

"Seamless has become essential for success for us when it comes to ERAS because it really helps with keeping patients on-task and on-target... It also helps with ERAS specifically because we can track compliance. We can now say, you know, we're not compliant in the last month in these three components..."

Misty B. Eller
Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Atrium Health
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