Download the AJRR Patient-Facing Interim Report
Utilize this high-level summary of hip and knee procedures and the importance of Registries as an educational tool
The Patient-Facing Interim Report was created with the intent of presenting the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR) 2018 Annual Report by highlighting the information that could be of the most interest to one of our key stakeholders, the patient. A team composed of Surgeon Leaders, the AAOS Public Advisory Board (non-clinical volunteers), and AAOS Registry department staff has prepared the following document hoping those outside of the profession will understand more about these orthopaedic procedures.
As the first of its kind, the AJRR Patient-Facing Interim Report highlights general Registry data including information about hip and knee replacements performed across the United States. Besides providing a high-level summary of these procedures, a discussion about patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), surveys used to capture outcomes from a patient's perspective, is included.
As you read this report, we trust you will gain an understanding of general trends in orthopaedic hip and knee procedures, as well as the benefits of Registry participation. This public resource provides an opportunity to learn how data can be used towards improving the quality of care and patient outcomes.
Get the AJRR Patient-Facing Interim Report now for:
- An overview of the AJRR and why registries are important
- The kind of information that is in the Registry and how it is used
- Hip and knee replacement results in data from 2012 to 2017
- A description of patient-reported outcome measures and their significance
- A list of other helpful orthopaedic patient resources