The Registry Program User Group Network (Unet) was created to give all Registry Program participants the opportunity to interact with each other and share ideas about the collection of orthopaedic procedure data. With nearly thousands of participating sites (hospitals, health systems, surgery centers, and private practice groups), we strive to create an environment within the orthopaedic community that fosters conversation about best practices and ways to improve Registry implementation and processes within health care sites.
While Unet does not currently hold meetings, Registry Program participants can participate in regular webinars and help shape the orthopaedic registry community through their insights and contributions.
AAOS has a robust webinar schedule and offers free webinars on a variety of Registry topics. These surgeon-led sessions can serve as an introduction to our different registries, provide highlights from recent Annual Report publications, and more. Email invites are sent to all participants and information is contained within our e-newsletters. Staff-led webinars will be listed in the Announcements section of AAOS RegistryInsights® and cover topics like data submission process updates and reusing data to meet requirements for quality initiatives.