AAOS Hosts Orthopaedic Quality Institute

Elizabeth Fassbender

On Nov. 14–15, 2013, stakeholders from around the country gathered in Washington, D.C., for the 2013 Orthopaedic Quality Institute (OQI), “Partnerships in Improving Value in Musculoskeletal Care.” Since 2011, OQI has helped shape the debate on quality initiatives aimed at reducing healthcare costs and bolstering healthcare quality.

At the 2013 OQI, the orthopaedic community, together with consumer advocates, government representatives, and others, discussed topics such as clinical practice guidelines (CPGs), appropriate use criteria (AUC), registries, and performance measures.

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