Patient-reported outcomes collected for you – with no change to your workflow.
You’re busy. Let CODE take PROs off your hands forever.
CODE is different from every other PRO vendor.
CODE is a patient-reported outcome platform AND a service.
Dedicated CODE account managers run your PRO program.
Enrollment, collection, and reporting – handled. Our account managers keep an eye on 100% of your day-to-day program to ensure you are on track.
Don't take our word for it. Take theirs...
"I am so glad we chose this product and appreciate the expertise and wisdom of the CODE team. They know outcomes inside and out, which gives us confidence in the product and the methods."
Ortho Service Line Coordinator
Multi-Location Hospital, Collecting since 2015
"CODE allows us to get a return on investment by providing our analytics team with incredible data. They allow us to demonstrate that [we are] an organization worthy of partnering for both clinical care and research."
CEO, Forte Sports Medicine & Orthopedics
"If I could sum up my experience with CODE in one word, I would say, easy."
CEO, Large Private Practice
Collecting Since 2015
80% Capture Rate
Collecting data is what we do. Using proprietary communication algorithms, CODE is able to achieve an 80% survey capture rate through 1-year postoperative collection. CODE sets the bar at long-term PROs follow-up. By maintaining a high PROs capture rate, CODE clients are able to build a high-quality data registry that is actionable.
CODE collects over 3500 patient-reported outcome surveys every week making CODE one of the largest repositories of patient-reported outcomes in the US.
Benchmark your data with the CODE Registry
The value in collecting patient-reported outcomes is not only in seeing an individual patient’s functional improvement or in how your patients are doing collectively. The value comes when you can compare your data to the CODE Registry.
The expansive nature of the registry provides CODE clients the opportunity to compare their patients, cohorts, and providers to a national registry of data. Providers can learn what the national benchmark is for functional improvement, complications, patient experience, and net promoter scores enabling your practice to identify potential issues and improve the way you deliver care.
Although our goal is to take on the collection effort so your team does not have to, CODE understands the need to collect PROs when your patient is in the clinic. CODE offers SendSurveyNow as our in-clinic collection solution. With SendSurveyNow, you send a survey to the patient’s email or phone or access it from your clinic’s tablet. Once submitted the survey is instantly available in the Patient Outcomes portal.
Third-party data submission made easy
Finding the required data elements for AAOS, MIPS, MSSIC, and MARCQI reporting can be difficult and require high-demand IT resources that your practice or hospital may not have access to. CODE offers data extracts that allow you to report your procedures and PROs to other programs and registries. We map your data to the registry’s requirements and provide error reports to let you know when your data does not meet the criteria. Whichever program or registries you might need to report to, CODE makes it easy.
As part of your onboarding process, CODE works with you to identify your external reporting needs and the associated data requirements. We build those data requirements into your enrollment process and merge it with your CODE PROs data to provide your certifying body a complete data set. As an AAOS preferred vendor, CODE has developed versioned exports and error reports that you can use to report your Spine, Hips & Knees, and Shoulder & Elbow data to AAOS or we can do it for you! We also manage the changing AAOS data requirements and let you know when its time to move to a new AAOS version.
Who are my outliers?
Seeing how your patients are doing collectively is great, but how do you identify those who are not progressing as expected? With CODE’s unique Outlier Identification feature, you can easily focus on those patients whose outcomes, complications, patient experience, and net promoter scores are not within the norm. This makes identifying at-risk patients and opportunities for intervention much easier.
Do your patients report great improvement scores? Would they recommend you to their friends and family resulting in high Net Promoter Scores? Is your practice performing above the national average? If you answer YES to any of these questions, but your Google Review sits at three stars, CODE can help direct your patients to your review site so your online reputation reflects the quality of care you provide.
CODE has the ability to engage your patients with educational videos, post testimonials on your preferred websites, and direct patients to your patient engagement program or care pathway from the CODE PRO surveys.
Pay For Performance Dashboard
Does your payment model include outcome-based performance incentives? If so, CODE makes it easy to design, track, and report on these metrics, giving you the tools you need to meet the measure.
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