The Force Research Platform
The Force Research Platform is designed to help researchers put their patient data to work. The platform supports researchers with improved remote outcomes collection, direct study design, enrollment tracking, and single source reporting.
Self-directed exercise program is adequate and appropriate for most patients following UKA
Investigators: Fillingham YA, Darrith B, Crizer M, Culvern C, Lonner J, Della Valle CJ
Presented at AAHKS 2017, Presented at AAOS 2018, Published in JOA 2018
The Force platform enables seamless collaboration across organizations through the collection of meaningful data from multiple populations.
Studies with Partner Organizations
Unsupervised home exercise showed equivalent outcomes to traditional outpatient physiotherapy in primary TKA
Investigators: Fleischman A, Crizer M, Tarabichi M, Rothman RH, Lonner JH,Chen AF
Presented at AAHKS (First place in primary knee category), EOA 2017, AAOS 2018, Received the Knee Society John N. Insall MD Award 2018, Accepted at CORR 2018
No difference in patient-reported outcomes in THA patients who utilized only virtual rehab vs. those who had additional home health services
Investigators: Davidovitch R, Anoushiravani A, Feng J, Chen K, Mercuri J, Pepper A, Karia R, Schwarzkopf R, Spira B, Iorio RF
Presented at AAHKS 2017 Published at JOA 2018
Postoperative step count is an objective measure of postoperative physical recovery over the 12-week duration in TJA patients
Investigators: Crizer M, Kazarian F, Fleischman A, Lonner J, Maltenfort M, Chen A
Published at JoA 2017
Successful outcomes can be achieved with a web-based home therapy program after TSA
Investigators: Daniel Davis MD, Ryan Cox BS, Mark Lazarus MD, Matthew Ramsey MD, Surena Namdari MD
Drivers of High Patient Satisfaction: What is the Correllation Between Functional Outcomes and Patient Satisfaction?
Early outcomes of Robotic-Assisted vs. Conventional Total Knee Arthroplasty
Functional Outcomes and Satisfaction Following Outpatient Total Joint Arthroplasty