Two Million and Counting: American Joint Replacement Registry Reaches Major Milestone
AAOS’ American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR), the cornerstone of the AAOS Registry Program and the world's largest national registry of hip and knee replacement
data by annual procedural count, reached and surpassed its two millionth hip and knee procedure with the input of data from Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Tracking an additional one million procedures since 2017, the AJRR gives orthopaedic surgeons
and providers the most comprehensive picture to date of trends of hip and knee arthroplasty practice and outcomes in the United States. Read
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Registry Program is Collecting COVID-19 DataAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic
’ AAOS Registry Program is collecting COVID-19 data through the capture of the ICD-10 code for COVID-19 confirmed diagnosis, U07.1. The new code is enabled across each of the AAOS registries, including: the American
Joint Replacement Registry
, the world’s largest national registry of hip and knee joint replacement data by annual procedural count; the Shoulder
& Elbow Registry
; the Musculoskeletal
, and the American
, a collaborative effort between the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the AAOS. Read
the full news release.
NuVasive Becomes First Industry Sponsor of the American Spine Registry to Improve Future of Spine Surgery Through Data-Driven Outcomes
NuVasive, Inc., a leader in spine technology innovation, focused on transforming spine surgery with minimally disruptive,
procedurally integrated solutions, and the American Spine Registry (ASR) announced that they have entered into a multi-year sponsorship to improve the future of spine surgery through data-driven outcomes. Read more.
The OrthoForum Recognizes AAOS as Its Official Registry Program
The OrthoForum, a nationwide network of privately owned orthopaedic practices known for its pillars of benchmarking, networking, innovation, and advocacy, announced a collaboration with
the AAOS, naming the AAOS Registry Program as the organization’s recommended registries for its members. All of the AAOS Registries support the OrthoForum’s mission of providing orthopaedic group practices with access to the latest best practices
and benchmarking tools needed to advance their local market presence. Read more.