AJRR’s mission focuses on improving care for patients who receive hip and knee replacements.
By collecting and reporting data, the AJRR provides actionable information to guide physicians and patient decision making to improve care. It empowers health care organizations to enhance the patient experience and benchmark performance; orthopaedic surgeons to reduce complications and revision rates; device manufacturers to strengthen post-market surveillance; and health plans to effectively manage costs.
AJRR seeks to become the National Registry for total joint replacement, beginning with capturing 90% of all hip and knee replacements, and to leverage this comprehensive data to enhance orthopaedic quality of care, improve patient outcomes and safety, reduce costs, and advance orthopaedic science and bioengineering.
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