CODE Technology Launches Orthopedic Patient-Reported Outcomes Resource Center

The most comprehensive outcomes information resource for administrators, surgeons, hospitals and private practices

PHOENIX, June 27, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- CODE Technology is proud to announce the launch of its Patient-Reported Outcome (PRO) Resource Center, a first of its kind. Prior to the formation of this hub, information about orthopedic PROs was not available in one place. Recognizing this challenge, CODE Technology set out to compile and share all the resources hospitals and private practice leaders need to research, design, and implement an orthopedic PRO program.

Information in the Resource Center includes detailed and unbiased overviews of functional and global health PRO measures, orthopedic registries, and professional associations. Trending pages in the Resource Center include PROMIS Global 10, HOOS, KOOS, The American Orthopedic Foot and Ankle Score (AOFAS), and ASES Shoulder Score. Readers will also find comprehensive guides to help them get started with PROs, understand Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR), navigate bundles and Alternative Payment Models (APMs), learn the basics of orthopedic benchmarking, and more.

“We believe patient-reported outcomes will change healthcare, and we’re ecstatic to help anyone looking to implement a PRO program,” says CODE Technology CEO Breanna Cunningham. “The purpose behind launching a comprehensive resource hub is to provide an unbiased, consolidated source for any and all information regarding PROs. From strengths, weaknesses, and licensing information for almost every orthopedic PRO measure, to digestible guides on healthcare policy that impacts our clients, and even how to use all this fancy data their program is collecting.”

“Our goal at CODE Technology is always to educate and encourage organizations to start PRO programs. Regardless of if they want to manage their program internally or hire CODE, we’re here to help,” says Ellen Laux, Marketing at CODE Technology. Clients like Methodist Sports Medicine, ORA Orthopedics, Adventist Health and Holland Hospital; all trust in CODE Technology to run the day-to-day management of their patient-reported outcomes program.

Designed specifically for busy hospitals, private practices, engaged administrators and surgeons looking for a single source of PRO information, CODE Technology’s Resource Center is free for anyone to use.  CODE Technology is also looking for Resource Center contributors, and is encouraging anyone looking to share information (or request information not listed) to reach out by visiting


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