Who defines quality in orthopaedics?

By Madeleine Lovette

AAOS sets stage with inaugural Orthopaedic Quality Institute

“There is a critical need for data to help us define the strengths and shortcomings of orthopaedic practice in terms of cost and quality,” said AAOS President Daniel J. Berry, MD, during the AAOS inaugural Orthopaedic Quality Institute (OQI), held Oct. 5–6, in Washington, D.C. “AAOS is committed to quality as a core value and will continue to develop tools to assist our members in improving the quality of care for our patients.”

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