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Reg-ent: Your Ticket for Success

Don’t miss the opportunity this morning to be the first to learn about late-breaking updates on the next phases of Reg-entSM growth during the Panel Presentation, “Reg-ent: Quality and Outcomes, Your Ticket for Success in New Payment Models.”

During this session, James C. Denneny III, MD, AAO-HNS/F EVP/CEO, will lead a panel discussion informing attendees on how the AAO-HNSF has been working aggressively over the last two years to create Reg-ent, a clinical data registry that provides our members from all practice settings the tools they need to participate in successor payment and practice models. Attendees will learn from Sandeep Agate, CEO, FIGmd Center of Excellence, how Reg-ent is launching into its next phase of growth with more capabilities and opportunities.

Reg-ent: Quality and Outcomes, Your Ticket for Success in New Payment Models

Today, 8:30 – 9:30 am

GWCC, Building B, Level 5
Thomas B. Murphy Ballroom 1

“As Reg-ent progresses into Phase II, it will allow all our participants to meet the quality reporting criteria in order to be successful in evolving payment models. We will be able to incorporate measures for each specialty within otolaryngology, including patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), clinical pathways that follow traditional physician patient care, hospital and laboratory data, ASC data, and cost data. This will give participants the information they need to improve their practice,” said Dr. Denneny.  

Reg-ent is the only otolaryngology-specific Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) focused on quality improvement and patient outcomes. As a QCDR, Reg-ent accommodates all required reporting for MIPS 2018 performance categories, including Quality, Promoting Interoperability (PI), and Improvement Activities (IA). 

The value of Reg-ent goes well beyond quality reporting, which will be discussed during this Panel Presentation. As the data continues to grow, the data repository within Reg-ent grows, and it will serve the otolaryngology community not only in defining quality patient care and outcomes, but also demonstrating the value of the care provided.

“The role of data in healthcare is paramount. The many exciting developments regarding Reg-ent will have a profoundly positive impact on the practice of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery for decades to come,” said Gavin Setzen, MD, AAO-HNS/F President.