Hip Surgery Treatment Evaluation Registry

We are a collective of research-minded hip surgeons and specialists exploring pre-operative baseline measurements, intra-operative findings, and post-operative outcomes for hip injuries and treatments.

HipSTR is a quality assessment and improvement registry with the focus of creating a national benchmark for hip arthroscopy.

Participants will see and analyze their own outcomes data against the national benchmark, allowing them to evaluate the procedure’s value, benefit, and efficacy. Additional goals include inspiring more research and ensuring optimal clinical patient outcomes.

Understand outcomes for purposes of value-based care
Contribute to the efficacy of hip arthroscopy
Access to a vast, multicenter database of clinical outcomes
Leverage data for research and enhanced clinical practice

HipSTR is a sponsored registry. There are no subscriptions fees for participants to contribute to the HipSTR registry or the limited access to the PatientIQ platform

Our Leadership

HipSTR is governed the HipSTR Board of Directors, which includes Dr. Marc Safran, & TBD.

Marc Safran, M.D.
Orthopaedic Surgeon
Stanford Medicine
Christopher Jamero
Clinical Research Coordinator
Stanford Medicine

Our Participating Sites

HipSTR is a multi-center collaboration with leading hip surgeons and researchers across the country.

Partner with Our Research

As part of the HipSTR registry, we are seeking answers to questions related to the surgical treatment of patients with hip injuries. Our research requires support from the business community, the non-profit sector, academic institutions and private citizens.