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Spine Tango for hospitals

Use Spine Tango and help us improving patient care, safety and best practice through the recording and monitoring of patient outcomes along with contributing to a collective base of treatment effectiveness.

Spine Tango’s approach for registering spinal treatments provides a common language across borders in the data structure, terms, definitions, outcome measures, implant registration, evaluation, and reporting.

The Registry enables physicians to record, measure and statistically evaluate surgical and conservative treatments for quality assurance.

Introduction of ePROMs integration: Improving patient engagement in the Spine Tango Registry

Explore an advanced level of patient engagement and data collection by incorporating ePROMs into the Spine Tango Registry. Improve the patient experience, automate data collection and facilitate informed decision making. Whether you're already using the system or considering joining, it's time to embrace this cutting-edge innovation. Simplify workflows, raise standards of care and contribute to the evolution of healthcare. Available languages: English, German, Italian, French, Dutch, Slovenian and Spanish.
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Improvement in the quality of treatment, with Spine Tango as the key to exceptional care.

In today's competitive healthcare landscape, the documentation of quality work has become a vital component that cannot be overlooked. At the same time, the ability to monitor and improve treatment quality plays a crucial role in delivering exceptional care.
Monitoring treatment quality allows for control and improvement.
Registering spinal treatments and outcomes are necessary for legal, contractual, certification, and research purposes.

Here's a guide to setting up a spinal treatment registry in your hospital, with recommendations from EUROSPINE, the Spine Society of Europe, to estimate the required effort.

Spine Tango’s approach for registering spinal treatments provides a common language across borders in the data structure, terms, definitions, outcome measures, implant registration, evaluation, and reporting. The Registry enables physicians to record, measure and statistically evaluate surgical and conservative treatments for quality assurance.

Advantages of using Spine Tango

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  • Evidence of performance through online statistics and benchmark reports
  • Modern, evolving web-based application accessible from any location
  • Electronic outcome collection using ePROMs (automatically sends forms to patients via email/smartphone on a scheduled basis)
  • Access to numerous outcome instruments (COMI, EQ5D, SF36, SRS30 etc.) in various languages
  • Pan-European implant library and bar-/QR-code scanning facility for automatic and quality recordkeeping for every implant device to facilitate compliance with the European Union Medical Device Regulation.
  • Compliant with EU GDPR and using highest standards in information security (ISO27001)
  • Personal research database and participation in an international research network
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Registration and further information on the registry

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