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Corporate Support

Summary

The Plastic Surgery Foundation (PSF) and American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) are facilitating evidence-based medicine and quality improvement by bringing together plastic surgeons, other specialists, and government leaders who seek to answer important questions that can best be addressed through broad registry participation. The Plastic Surgery Registries Network (PSRN), the registry suite of ASPS/PSF, has been actively collecting plastic surgery data since 2002. The program has evolved over nearly 20 years from one registry to five registries, now collecting data on plastic surgery procedures, outcomes, devices, and rare diseases. The goal of the PSRN is to help plastic surgeons identify safe, effective treatments for their patients. PSRN registries also provide a means for quality reporting and practice improvement activities.

ASPS/PSF Registries To Support

TOPS
Tracking Operations & Outcomes for Plastic Surgeons (TOPS) is a HIPAA compliant, secure and confidential national database of plastic surgery procedures and outcomes. Launched in 2002, this evidence-based tool provides the ability to efficiently follow patients over time and was designed to assist plastic surgeons with clinical decision making and practice improvement by identifying clinical strengths and areas needing improvement on an individual level with national benchmarking. TOPS contains more than 1.5 million plastic surgery procedures with nearly 20 years in clinical use. All ASPS members and candidates for membership who practice in the US are encouraged to participate in the TOPS program.

PROFILE
The Patient Registry and Outcomes For breast Implants and anaplastic large cell Lymphoma etiology and Epidemiology (PROFILE) Registry is a collaboration between ASPS, The PSF, and the FDA to better understand the role of breast implants in the etiology of anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL) in order to determine whether an association exists between the device and the disease.

Corporate Support Opportunities

PLATINUM: $50,000

  • Receive the opportunity to query their registry of sponsorship, once per year of sponsorship
  • Invitation for two (2) company representatives to attend a meeting with the registry's Steering Committee via conference call or in-person, if applicable
  • Bi-annual report from registry
  • Recognition in all promotion materials, online, PSRN Dashboard, in registry presentations and/or publications, and at Plastic Surgery The Meeting

GOLD: $25,000

  • Invitation for two (2) company representatives to attend a meeting with the registry's Steering Committee via conference call or in-person, if applicable
  • Bi-annual report from registry
  • Recognition in all promotion materials, online, PSRN Dashboard, in registry presentations and/or publications, and at Plastic Surgery The Meeting

SILVER: $10,000

  • Annual report from registry
  • Recognition in all promotion materials, online, PSRN Dashboard, in registry presentations and/or publications, and at Plastic Surgery The Meeting

BUILD A NEW REGISTRY/MODULE
Opportunities exist for partnership between The PSF and ASPS members, industry and other institutions to collaborate on design or assist with management of specific registry or clinical research project for a condition, treatment or device. Because of the existing PSRN infrastructure, projects can be implemented and facilitated in a timely manner. The PSRN electronic system can be used at the clinical sites, thus reducing data entry errors, and enabling more timely data analysis and reporting.

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