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In 2014, the ACR launched the RISE registry as a clinician-friendly method to collect and interpret clinically generated data. The RISE registry collects specific electronic health record data from member clinics. The data can inform patient care, provide evidence of quality care, help management engage in data-driven quality improvement measures, and provide data for practice-based research.
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