INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives (AAOE) adds to the Peer Review Program™ for orthopedic and musculoskeletal vendors, connecting members with industry professionals.
The AAOE Peer Review Program™ has been established to evaluate vendors of orthopedic products, services, and solutions for prioritized promotional opportunities. Approved vendors will benefit from direct communication with members and, in turn, introduce AAOE members to trusted vendors with a strong reputation for advancing orthopedic practice objectives.
The Peer Review Program™ alleviates the stress AAOE members experience when searching for new solutions by recommending vendors determined to best meet the needs of their community. The program requires prospective vendors to apply, be evaluated through an 11-step process, and provide supporting materials that will be evaluated by the AAOE Member Peer Review Panel to determine if alignment exists.
The evaluation process focuses on identifying vendors whose values align with that of AAOE's and who offer:
- Enhanced productivity for the individual user and customer's organization
- Ease of installation and use
- Accuracy and reliability
- Good value for the price
- Excellent technical support and customer service
AAOE is thrilled to announce the latest company to earn the AAOE Peer Reviewed™ designation: Healthcare Compliance Pros (HCP). HCP had their Comprehensive Healthcare Compliance Program evaluated. In the survey conducted through the Peer Review process, 85% of survey respondents either strongly agreed or agreed that HCP's Comprehensive Healthcare Compliance Program "exceeded expectations" and 99% in the same survey would recommend Healthcare Compliance Pros to colleagues.
"We are excited to have gone through the peer-review process and earned this credential. Compliance is not a one size fits all solution; the AAOE and its members understand this. We have enjoyed helping many AAOE member organizations build and maintain comprehensive compliance programs over the past decade. We hope that achieving this credential will help ease any members hesitation who have not tried HCP's services. We also hope to market this credential to other orthopedic practices and bring the professionalism of the AAOE to their attention," said Bryan Roberts, Co-Founder, Healthcare Compliance Pros.
"AAOE's Peer Reviewed Program™ lets me and the rest of the orthopedic community know that AAOE Members recognize that a given vendor offers a results-oriented solution, delivered by an organization that is easy to work with. Orthopedic practice executives no longer need to worry or wonder which products, services, or organizations are a good fit," said Chris Greenman, MBA/MHA, CMPE, AAOE President and Chief Executive Officer for Tahoe Fracture & Orthopedic Medical Clinic, Inc.
Orthopedic professionals can read more about the program here and scroll down to find Peer-Reviewed vendors.
Orthopedic industry professionals can read more about the program in the informational toolkit, and begin the application here. For questions about AAOE or the Peer Review Program™, contact Addy Kujawa, CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about Healthcare Compliance Pros, visit here.
The American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives was founded in 1969 and is the only orthopaedic-management-specific organization developed to serve the musculoskeletal industry. Membership includes more than 1,500 orthopaedic practice executives, administrators, physicians, and their staff. AAOE provides education, community, and resources to set the standard of professional knowledge and industry insight.