The AAOE peer review process provides a unique opportunity for suppliers to improve their reputation and foster deeper and more meaningful relationships with potential customers.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN – American Alliance of Orthopedic Executives (AAOE) Adds DJOÂ® MotionMDÂ® Software Platform to Peer Review Program â¢ for Suppliers of Orthopedic and Musculoskeletal Devices, Connecting Members to Professionals Of the industry.
The AAOE Peer Review Program â¢ was created to evaluate providers of orthopedic products, services and solutions. Approved providers have demonstrated a solid reputation for advancing the goals of orthopedic practice.
The Peer Review Program â¢ alleviates the stress that AAOE members experience when searching for new solutions by recommending vendors determined to best meet the needs of their community. The program requires potential vendors to apply for an assessment consisting of an 11-step process with submission of supporting documents, access to existing and potential customers for actual end users and voice of customer surveys, as well as an assessment. by the peer review committee of AAEA members. to determine if alignment exists.
The assessment process focuses on identifying suppliers whose values ââmatch those of the AAEA and who offer:
- Improved productivity for the individual user and the customer organization
- Ease of installation and use
- Precision and reliability
- Good value for the price
- Excellent technical support and customer service
AAOE is delighted to announce that the latest company to achieve the AAOE Peer Reviewed â¢ designation is MotionMD by DJO. This automated software solution platform includes the VeriProÂ® Price Transparency and Cashout module. In the survey conducted as part of the peer review process, survey respondents strongly agreed or agreed that MotionMD âexceeded expectations,â delivers good value, and directors of the clinic agreed that they would recommend MotionMD to their colleagues.
MotionMD is an intuitive, web-based point-of-service software solution designed to support claims management and inventory distribution. This automated paperless solution fully integrates with electronic medical records (EMRs), electronic ordering, billing and practice management systems. The solution is designed to help orthopedic clinics improve patient satisfaction, better manage billing compliance, Medicare-like or similar checks, fundraising, and streamline workflow by providing seamless interoperability. with clinic records and advanced analyzes. MotionMD is the market leader in DME (SaaS) software and has also received The Health Information Trust Alliance (HITRUST CSF) security certification for more than four consecutive years, providing customers with a secure and protected platform for information. sensitive and private patients. .
“DJO has been a partner of the AAOE for over 25 years and today we are truly honored to have achieved this peer review designation for our MotionÂ® software.” said Brady President and CEO Shirley DJO. âWe have enjoyed working with AAOE member organizations to help them build and grow their businesses. MotionMD has enabled 34,000 healthcare professionals to create 4.7 million electronic patient agreements, supporting our commitment to help the orthopedic industry transform using innovative software solutions. Orthopedic practices can count on MotionMD to improve the way they do business, increase their revenues, while improving the patient experience. “
âOur MotionMD team continues to deliver compelling results by creating a more efficient way for our partners to deliver care and run their businesses,â said Steve Ingel, executive vice president of healthcare solutions at DJO. âThe adoption rate we’re seeing with MotionMD is solid proof that the future of the braces industry depends on adopting business practices that deliver the best products and solutions in the easiest way possible. MotionMD customers reported improvements in efficiency and financial performance, as well as the ability to spend more time with patients through reduced paperwork. “
âThe AAOE Peer Review Program â¢ lets me and the rest of the orthopedic community know that AAOE members recognize that a given vendor offers a results-driven solution, delivered by an organization. that is easy to work with. Executives of orthopedic practices no longer need to worry or wonder which products, services or organizations are best suited, âsaid Chris Greenman, MBA / MHA, CMPE, President and CEO of AAOE for Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic, Inc.
Professionals in the orthopedic industry can find out more about the program in the information toolkit and start the application here. For questions about the AAOE or the Peer Review Program â¢, contact Addy Kujawa, CEO, [email protected] To learn more about MotionMD https://www.djoglobal.com/healthcare-solutions/motion-md
The American Alliance of Orthopedic Executives was founded in 1969 and is the only organization specific to orthopedic management developed to serve the musculoskeletal industry. Membership includes over 1,500 orthopedic practice executives, administrators, physicians and their staff. AAOE provides training, community and resources to set the standard for professional knowledge and industry knowledge.
A subsidiary of Colfax Corporation (NYSE: CFX), is a leading developer and distributor of high-quality medical devices that provide proven solutions for musculoskeletal health, joint reconstruction, vascular health and pain management. The Company’s wide range of products and integrated technologies, including the MotionMDÂ® software platform, address the continuum of orthopedic care, from performance and mobility to surgery and postoperative rehabilitation; allowing people around the world to regain or maintain their natural movement. For more information on DJO, please visit www.DJOGlobal.com.
Contact: Addy Kujawa, CAE, DES
E-mail: [email protected]