Research Mission

The goal of MPOG research is to systematically transform real-world perioperative health data into actionable knowledge. We seek to disseminate findings via high-impact journals and professional forums, and implement knowledge for improving patient care via our complementary Quality Improvement mission.

Complete Patient Capture

Get data with “true denominators”, through non-sampled capture of all anesthetics performed at participating sites.

Data Granularity

Take advantage of minute-to-minute physiologic, medication, and ventilator data available within the most well-monitored of real-world health settings.

Feedback

Benefit from reviews by high-impact journal editors and thought-leaders, during malleable, early design stages of research projects prior to manuscript submission.

Integrated Surgical Registries

Link granular MPOG intraoperative process-of-care data with rigorously reviewed surgical registry outcomes data, to perform highly innovative and informative research.

Academic & Community Hospitals

Leverage data obtained from both university-affiliated and community hospitals, reflective of care processes across a wide continuum of healthcare delivery systems.

Comprehensive Research Tools

Use powerful, user-friendly research tools which democratize access to big data: including query design, curation, visualization, and analysis.

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MPOG Tools

Use MPOG software to browse, develop, curate, and visualize research datasets.

Write a Research Proposal

Follow a step-by-step guide for transforming an MPOG research idea into a high-impact journal publication.

Perioperative Clinical Research - PCRC Review Committee

MPOG research benefits from a committee of perioperative clinical research experts including journal editors, serving to enhance the MPOG PCRC review process via invited critiques of research proposals.

Current Projects (Login Required)

Available to active member MPOG sites, review a catalog of all previous research proposals, with detailed critiques and project stages.

Research Initiatives

MPOG combines data with other sources such as surveys and mobile health data (PROSPER) to serve as a platform for enhanced observational studies (EOS) and clinical trials (IMPACT).

Tips & Tricks (Coming Soon)

Tutorials from clinicians and developers at MPOG Coordinating Center on how to execute innovative and rigorous research using MPOG data.

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