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ATI Evidence-based Guide Investigating Medical and Preventative Services

2019-08-13 18:05:36 | BioPortfolio

Summary

The investigators goal is to provide a mechanism that allows for a better understanding of athlete management from injury prevention through maintenance of health or development of injury and rehabilitation. The goal is to describe best practice for prevention and treatment to maximize return to health, sport, and patient reported outcomes following time. This includes collection of pre-existing risk factors, prevention program participation, treatment initiatives, functional outcomes measured by standardized and validated tools from the published literature. It incorporates comorbidities and patient demographic characteristics. All of these components come together to form a remarkably comprehensive picture of athlete health, influencing factors, and their associated outcomes.

Description

The investigators goal is to provide a mechanism that allows for a better understanding of athlete management from injury prevention through maintenance of health or development of injury and rehabilitation. The goal is to describe best practice for prevention and treatment to maximize return to health, sport, and patient reported outcomes following time. This includes collection of pre-existing risk factors, prevention program participation, treatment initiatives, functional outcomes measured by standardized and validated tools from the published literature. It incorporates comorbidities and patient demographic characteristics. All of these components come together to form a remarkably comprehensive picture of athlete health, influencing factors, and their associated outcomes.

Data are collected via the athletic training electronic medical record system EMR and integrated with data from the investigators proprietary EMR system and are genuine to the community through clinical process. The data are collected in real-time with athletes and patients and the scores are immediately provided to the providing athletic trainer and therapist as well as archived for later Registry and scientific use.

Subsequent reporting can be adjusted to any variable collected which yields robust insights as to athlete health. However, no PHI information will be available.

Study Design

Conditions

Sport Medicine

Intervention

Screening and diagnosis if injured

Location

ATI
Bolingbrook
Illinois
United States
60440

Status

Enrolling by invitation

Source

ATI Holdings, LLC

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-08-13T18:05:36-0400

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