With 10-plus years of robust virtual data collection, journal acceptances, and conference presentations under our belt, Force Therapeutics is thrilled to be celebrating our 100th Research Publication. This important milestone is possible through our collaboration with our innovative, research-driven partners and their collective commitment to improving orthopedic care for all patients.
The pandemic rapidly changed how we must think about and coordinate research and clinical trials in healthcare; however, Force and our partners have successfully been at the forefront of the remote-first approach to research for over a decade. These efforts are the cornerstone of the Force Research Network, through which we’ve enabled researchers to seamlessly connect with remote patients, collect outcomes at consistently higher rates than other technologies and collaborate with leading organizations around the country on multi-center studies.
By facilitating high-quality data collection and remote, evidence-based clinical trials, the Force Research Network helps our partners meet their goals for improved patient outcomes and systemic care redesign, and has aided in the discovery of key insights and evidence-based practices at top orthopedic institutions. In honor of our 100th Research Publication, we’re celebrating some of our research partners and the important progress we’ve made together in addressing the opioid epidemic; patient outcomes and satisfaction; and multi-center research studies.
Force is proud to work with institutions that recognize the immense value of the patient experience and are committed to ensuring the highest quality of care for their patients. Best practices are always evolving, and reliable, validated data is critical to measuring satisfaction and enhancing outcomes. Gaining knowledge and insights into improving the patient experience and outcomes ultimately benefit the entire care team as it relates to patient care and coordination workflows, while also providing patients with the highest quality episodes of care and surgical experience.
As a testament to the important work these collaborations make possible, we’re proud to announce that the Force Research Network and our partners received a record 6 acceptances to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) 2021 Annual Meeting! For over a decade, the Force Research Network has positioned itself as the leader in laying the groundwork and critically shaping the research in digital orthopedics. Force will continue to innovate on and provide cutting-edge technology and remote data-collection methods to support our partners in future research endeavors.