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Beyond serving as a unique tool to help improve patient care, the RISE Registry is a valuable source of information for those interested in discovering ways to better care for rheumatology patients.
The ACR is accepting requests to use RISE data for various research projects.
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Because RISE automatically extracts data from electronic health records (EHR), research using RISE data can advance our understanding of the natural history, outcomes, and treatment of rheumatic disease.
Demonstrate Value of Rheumatology
Data from the RISE Registry will enable the development, testing, and rapid implementation of novel measures to define “value” in rheumatology. This is critically important as payers, particularly Medicare, increasingly tie payments to value assessments.
The RISE Registry offers unique benefits as a source of patient data for research:
To learn more about RISE and the variety of data it collects, read a publication in Arthritis Care & Research from the ACR’s RISE Research & Publications Subcommittee.
The ACR has set up a process through which researchers interested in using RISE data for their work can request use of the data. Learn about the process to request RISE data.
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