AJRR Launches New User Group Network

The American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR) launched its first-ever User Group Network at the 2015 AAOS Annual Meeting. This network provides a forum for individuals who work closely with the Registry, enabling them to stay connected and learn from others in similar situations.

“The AJRR User Group Network is a place to share information and best practices,” said executive director Jeff Knezovich. “We want all of our participants and interested parties to take full advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the AJRR and its future plans.”

During the first meeting of the user group, participants from large and small hospital systems and academic medical institutions served as panelists. They shared information about going through the enrollment process and submitting data. They also provided lessons learned during the implementation process.

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