FIGmd is responsive and responsible. They are also adaptive. I think their experience with other disease registries allows them to use the same principles for our registry, so I think there’s a lot of cross benefit occurring.”
Dr. Salahuddin Kazi
Vice Chair of Education
University Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Chair of Health Information Technology, American College of Rheumatology

We have always appreciated their systems integration and customer-centric approach. The combination has allowed us to streamline processes and grow beyond our expectations.”
Dr. Flora Lum
Policy Director
American Academy of Ophthalmology

I was introduced to FIGmd in 2009 and since then they have been inextricably linked to the development and strength of the PINNACLE registry. They are an adaptable, creative and responsive company that takes the long view.”
Nathan Glusenkamp
Director, Outpatient Registries
American College of Cardiology

We chose to work with FIGmd based on their experience in the association registry space, innovative approach to making data collection meaningful to practices, and their variety of options to minimize the burden of data collection with EMR and non-EMR practices.”

Marta Van Beek, MD, MPH, FAAD
Co-Chair of the American Academy of Dermatology Ad Hoc Task Force on Data Collection Platforms and Registries

FIGmd worked with us like a partner, and not a vendor. They were committed to the success of the registry and it’s been very successful. They delivered on their promises and exceeded our expectations.”

Rachel Myslinski
Vice President, Practice
Advocacy and Quality
American College of Rheumatology

The development and implementation by the ASNC of the ImageGuide Registry for myocardial perfusion imaging is truly groundbreaking. ImageGuide comprehensively addresses the entire imaging process from indications and appropriateness, type of study performed and radiation dosimetry, reporting results and compliance with major quality indicators. Release of the registry for clinical use is a sentinel moment in the history of non-invasive cardiac imaging and has been successful only through the collective efforts of many involved in the field of cardiac imaging and registries.”

Peter L. Tilkemeier, MD
Chair of the Registry Oversight Committee
American Society of Nuclear Cardiology

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