RemedyJoint™ is a local Total Joint Replacement (TJR) outcomes registry that provides medical centers and orthopedic surgery groups with an intelligent platform to track arthroplasty patient outcomes and implant survivorship, identify evidence-based best practices, and improve patient care.
RemedyJoint breaks through traditional data silos and provides a single repository to capture Level 1-3 data for TJR patients, including demographics, diagnosis, functional assessment, risk & comorbidity, procedure details and complications, and patient reported outcomes. Organizations can now integrate clinical, operational, and research data into a single, longitudinal patient record that tracks a TJR patient’s entire episode of care and provides a powerful platform to support quality improvement initiatives, conduct comparative effectiveness research, and improve operational efficiency.
Integrate data from many different sources into your patient registry
Far more than an orthopedic registry to track hip and knee replacement, RemedyJoint™ enables researchers to gather data from many disparate sources into their patient registry. The Mosaic™ Ontology ensures that all data that enters the patient registry is consistent and accurate. These data capture tools are flexible and enable researchers to adapt as their research needs over time.
Enjoy next-generation tools for querying and visualizing patterns in your data
As a web-based joint arthroplasty registry, RemedyJoint™ empowers you to ask any question of your data that you want, whenever you want. RemedyJoint™ includes the QueryBuilder™ query generation tool, which enables you to query your data with intuitive Venn diagram-based, drag-and-drop functionality. No more waiting on database administrators or your IT department to create reports. With Visualize™, you can identify patterns in your data with real-time graphs, charts, and maps. RemedyJoint™ gives you an unparalleled ability to analyze and visualize patterns in your data.
Integrated reporting to nationwide AJRR registry
Hospitals across the nation are joining the American Joint Replacement Registry. Live and collecting Level I data now, AJRR expects to add Levels II and II later in 2012. Since the AJRR registry is built on Remedy’s Mosaic™ Platform, RemedyJoint™ includes integrated reporting functionality so that hospitals can report data seamlessly to AJRR—from Level I through Level IV, when available.