Gulf Coast Biologics To Support Members-Only Data Registries with RegenMed

October 24, 2022

Gulf Coast Biologics Training and Education Center, Fort Myers FL, headed by Peter Everts, Ph.D., FRSM, is dedicated to providing the latest advancements in autologous regenerative medicine treatment options to physicians, practitioners, and health care providers across the globe. Many of those advances are increasingly dependent upon capturing and analyzing the large amounts of real-world data generated by everyday clinical cases.

With the help of RegenMed, and key Gulf Coast Faculty members, such as Luga Podesta, M.D. and Glenn Flanagan, M.D., Gulf Coast Biologics will design and implement engaging, flexible, and collaborative data registries. Each registry will be condition-specific, and will make real-world data capture simple, burden-free, and engaging for providers and research faculty.

Key elements of this initiative include:

  1. Burden-free patient enrollment and follow-up across a wide spectrum of clinical/scientific assessments.
  2. Patient-friendly education materials, graphs, images, and progress reporting which promotes high patient engagement and compliance.
  3. Participation in multiple registry protocols in the musculoskeletal, aesthetic, wellness, and other disciplines.
  4. The ability for a provider to create his/her own private e-study.
  5. Access to robust data analytics supporting the derivation of clinically significant correlations from common datapoints arising from members’ specific protocols, characterization results and/or products to shared outcomes.
  6. Conversion of Member’s results into content for website, patient recruitment, and social media strategies.
  7. Integration of registry data and analytics into conferences, gatherings and publications.

If you are interested in learning more about Gulf Coast Biologics, or about its Real-World Evidence Registries, please contact Peter Everts at peter@gulfcoastbiologics.com.

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