September 6, 2023
RegenMed works with hospital systems, medical societies, and large medical product companies around the world. Circles help them generate clinical and financial value from real-world evidence in established as well as emerging medical specialties.
We are also proud to work with independent clinicians such as Dr. Luis Gallego.
Dr. Gallego practices in the historic city of Almeria, Spain, performing about 350 shoulder and knee surgeries annually. He would perform another 800 if he did not feel those patients would have better outcomes with alternative approaches. His data show that 80% of the patients he treats with biologics enjoy long-term improvement on standardized scores such as WOMAC.
Real-world data are an essential part of any medical research – whether formal trials or clinical decision support. Those data remain a major untapped asset of most medical practices. Circles ensure that the cost and burden of developing real-world evidence are negligible, but that the returns are manifold and substantial.
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September 18, 2023
RegenMed is proud to announce that Dr. Bert Mandelbaum, an internationally recognized orthopedics thought leader, has joined its Clinical/Scientific Advisory Board.
August 24, 2023
In this newsletter, we summarize the work of leading physicians as they develop clinical decision support for common musculoskeletal pathologies. Through the quality improvement and pragmatic studies embedded in their Circles, those clinicians are generating sustained financial and professional value for themselves, and improving patient care, with minimum burden. Moreover, their Circles are often supported by industry.
July 26, 2023
The United States has the highest rural versus urban healthcare disparity among developed countries. Teaching hospitals in larger cities benefit from substantial resources and research, while patients in rural areas often have healthier lifestyles and regular primary care physicians. Clinicians in different geographic settings have much to learn from each other, and collaboration through circles can foster this learning. Circles allow practitioners to work together, develop best practices, publish standards of care, and share evidence-based progress with patients. Collaborating in a sustained and thoughtful manner greatly benefits professional learning and improves patient outcomes nationwide.