Watch and Learn From 12 International Registry Presentations
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) has a commitment to encourage and provide lifelong learning opportunities to its members and that is exactly what it did at the International Society of Arthroplasty Registries (ISAR) Symposium at its 2018 Annual Meeting. "What Can a Registry Do for Me?" showcased a dozen real-world data outcome uses from registries around the nation and around the world and engaged attendees with the data and insights gained through these registry efforts.
The members of ISAR have a shared purpose of improving outcomes for individuals receiving joint replacement surgery worldwide. The focus of the society is to utilize the strength of cooperation and sharing of information and further enhance the capacity of individual registries to meet their own aims and objectives.
A recording and slide presentation of "What Can a Registry Do for Me?" is organized under four subject areas:
- Part 1 - Health Care Quality and Payment
- Part 2 - Identify Clinical Best Practices and Improve Patient Care
- Part 3 - How to Use Your Own Data
- Part 4 - Implant Selection and New Technology
Today's blog can provide a "front-row seat" when you are ready to listen and view the complete symposium content. You can also read about the symposium highlights below.