11 am–Noon Friday, March 8
Why you should collect patient reported outcomes in your practice, how to do it, and what the collected data in tens of thousands of patients tells us thus far.
Enhancing Patient by Patient Clinical Decision-Making Using Patient Reported Outcomes
Ajay D. Wasan, MD MSc
Overcoming the Challenges to Deploying an Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes Tracking System
Gwynne Kirchen, MD
Advances In Medical Informatics and Cutting Edge Data Analysis of Registry Data
Sean Mackey, MD
- Assess the practical mechanics involved in measuring pain care.
- Explain what the collected registry data tells us thus far.
- Restate the cutting edge medical informatics and data analysis approaches that are used to analyze such data.
- Practical Manual Medicine Techniques to Use in the Office for Cervicogenic Headache and Sacroiliac Pain (401)
- New Safety Considerations for Interventional Pain: Risks Associated with Cumulative use of Steroid Injections, Short and Long-Term Complications of Disc Puncture and Provocation Discography (402)
- The Power of Groups: How, Why, When, and Where to Start a Pain Psychology Group (403)
- How to Get Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals (404)
- Managing Complex Chronic Pelvic Pain: An Interdisciplinary Approach (405)