Arizona Spine & Joint Hospital Joins the American Joint Replacement Registry
AJRR Affiliation Helps Arizona Spine & Joint Hospital (ASJH) Ensure Best Possible Patient Experience in Orthopaedic Care
In its continuing mission to provide the best patient care possible, Arizona Spine and Joint Hospital (ASJH) has recently become a participant of the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR). The AJRR serves as a central clearinghouse for data on total hip and knee arthroplasties at ASJH and other participating sites throughout the country and aims to carefully monitor and track the implanted devices used in these procedures.
“We’re participating in AJRR as a quality initiative in orthopaedics,” said ASJH’s CEO, Robert “Todd” Greene. “By sharing data about performance and physician and patient experiences, we will be optimizing our own patients’ experiences here at ASJH.”
Healthcare professionals accessing the AJRR Demand Reporting & Electronic Dashboard System can view reports on their data as well as compare it to national benchmarks and use that information to help them make more informed recommendations to their patients, ultimately improving patient care. Information about patient outcomes and experiences will help device manufacturers improve their products and identify potentially faulty devices. All data collected by the AJRR remains confidential to protect patient privacy.