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Optometry’s Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR), AOA MORE is a secure, private database that systematically aggregates anonymous patient data from electronic health record vendors to help improve patient clinical outcomes, procedures, and best practices. The registry is an included benefit for AOA members.

AOA More

AOA's Measures and Outcomes Registry for Eye Care (AOA MORE) is optometry's registry.Its purpose is to improve eye health and vision care by providing member doctors with quality feedback, healthcare trends, and outcomes analysis. AOA MORE is committed to providing clinical assistance and up-to-date performance feedback in an easy to use dashboard. AOA MORE provides a backbone of data that is used to promote and advance the optometric profession to legislators, regulators and the public at large.

AOA MORE is included as a member benefit. If you are not a member of the AOA and would like to participate for a yearly fee of $1,800, contact 800.365.2219 ext. 4207.

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QualityImprovement@aoa.org

800.365.2219 ex. 4270 or  314.983.4270

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