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.