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On a recent webinar, Dr. Ahmed Siddiqi, Total Joint Replacement Orthopedic Surgeon from the Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopaedics, discussed how the right digital patient management solution can:
- Empower patients with high-quality remote education and individualized treatment plans
- Support care team efficiency by enhancing care coordination and reducing time burdens
- Displace or reduce costs associated with every patient touch point without sacrificing outcomes and patient satisfaction
Within these slides, Dr. Siddiqi documents the typical costs and resources required for a standard patient treatment plan–from pre-operative patient education and preparation to post-operative communication, monitoring, PROM collection, care instruction, and physical therapy–and highlights how implementing the right digital patient management solution can displace or reduce the costs associated with virtually every patient touch point while maintaining strong outcomes and high patient satisfaction.
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About The Speaker
|Dr. Ahmed Siddiqi
Orthopedic Surgeon – Total Joint Replacement
Orthopaedic Institute Brielle Orthopaedics
Dr. Ahmed Siddiqi is fellowship-trained in Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Surgery from the Cleveland Clinic. He specializes in primary, complex, and revision total joint replacement. His training includes minimally invasive hip and knee replacement, partial knee replacement, robotic surgery, and computer-assisted surgery. His primary specialty focus is rapid-recovery, short-stay, outpatient joint replacement surgery, and healthcare reform. Dr. Siddiqi believes in the value of new and emerging technologies and is at the forefront of digital health and remote monitoring; in addition to having created two robotic joint replacement programs from scratch, Dr. Siddiqi has successfully implemented remote and hybrid care models for joint replacements since early 2020.
During his training, Dr. Siddiqi has published numerous chapters in internationally distributed textbooks and articles in peer-reviewed journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Clinical Orthopedics and Related Research, and the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. He attended the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) for his residency training in orthopedic surgery and received Dr. Ira Sachs “Road Less Traveled” Award for outstanding leadership as a Chief Resident and the 2018 John Charnley Hip Society Award for his investigation on Medicare bundled payments.
Dr. Siddiqi attended the New York Institute of Technology where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in Biology. He completed his medical degree at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and is currently obtaining his Master’s in Business Administration at Fox School of Business, Temple University.