The Surgical Outcomes System will be deactivated on August 1, 2023 and is not enrolling new subscribers.
All system users are encouraged to export their data before the deactivation date.
If you are a current user of the system, please review our FAQs, or reach out to email@example.com for additional support.
EMR Integration & Data Import
Our philosophy is that the data should be collected once and then shared to facilitate
reporting for QPP and participation in other registries.
We can integrate with EMRs to autoenroll patients scheduled for surgery and bring
in patient demographics and diagnoses and procedure codes and then push back
the patient reported outcome scores and graphs. This can be extended to track
non-op patients. We have data transfer agreements in place with AJRR and OrthoQCDR.
We've made it easy to import or update multiple patients in SOS.
Data import can also be utilized to batch load patient details or load in
retrospectively collected patients from other registries.
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