Registry Insider

AJRR wants to keep its participants up-to-date on Registry news, events, and offerings. Therefore, we've repurposed The Register, our former monthly e-newsletter, to better meet their needs.

Registry Insider is focused on global and proprietary Registry news, tools, and best practices for facilities participating in the national hip and knee Registry. Participating hospitals, physicians, clinical, and administrative teams will read Registry Insider:
  • To stay aware of the latest AJRR technology updates and features
  • To be among the first to know about upcoming complimentary webinars
  • To share Unet and Registry best practice experiences
  • To maximize their Registry participation

You can filter past articles by month on the top left sidebar of this page.

 

Data Specifications Improvements

Published in December 2017

Based on feedback from participants regarding the Post-Op Complication file, we have decided to make some improvements to the 2017 Data Specifications document to provide more clarity on how to submit the data elements. This is why last week's Data Specifications webinar was postponed.

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Utilize Past Webinar Materials from Sessions You Might Have Missed

Published in December 2017

Over the years, the AJRR has held webinars on a variety of subjects with many different speakers and partnering organizations. Fortunately, slides and recordings are available from most of these sessions on the AJRR website or in the User Group Network (Unet) Forum.

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Data Submission for Epic Users

Published in December 2017

We’ve received questions from AJRR participants who use Epic as their electronic health record (EHR) system on how they will be able to submit with AJRR’s 2017 data specifications. Epic users have two options.

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AJRR to Release Educational Blog

Published in December 2017

We are pleased to report that we will be launching a blog in January 2018. We've heard from you that you would like more educational content that focuses on aspects of health care as it relates to registries.

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How to Promote Your Participation with AJRR

Published in December 2017

We offer several free resources to participants for promoting AJRR participation that you might not know about. 

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RegistryInsights and the 2018 Price Increase

Published in November 2017

The AJRR's RegistryInsights™ platform launched on July 1, 2017. The method for data file submission remained the same, as did the URL to access the Registry platform. However, you may have noticed a few key changes including multi-factor authentication, consolidated “Tools” and “Resources” tabs, increased transparency into your submitted data through enhanced search functions, and the addition of detailed record attributes visible through the user interface. Quick guides are available now on the "Tools and Resources" tab and a more comprehensive User Guide will be forthcoming. Beginning in 2018, we are increasing our pricing structure to help continue our mission to improve orthopaedic care through the collection, analysis, and reporting of actionable data.

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AJRR's Integration with AAOS

Published in November 2017

As announced, the AJRR has integrated with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). AAOS plans to create a national family of clinical data registries for a broad range of orthopaedic conditions and procedures, and the AJRR's integration into the AAOS is a crucial part of it.

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