Twin Cities Orthopedics, OBERD partner to grow practice revenue

Written by Alan Condon | April 30, 2019 | Print  |

OBERD, a data collection software company in Missouri, has helped Twin Cities Orthopedics, an independent specialty practice serving Minnesota's Twin Cities and western Wisconsin, increase its patient visits.

TCO consist of 39 clinics and 115 physicians and credits the use of OBERD's technology with its increase in patient visits on a per-physician basis over the past three years.

OBERD has collected data from more than 4 million orthopedic patients, including CMS-approved quality measures. TCO CEO Troy Simonson feels the data gives his practice a competitive advantage because they can track their performance, benchmark against others, make data-driven care decisions and confidently accept risk-based contracts.

TCO was also able to enhance direct employer relationships and reported a rise in its risk-sharing bundles with commercial payers.

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