The Indian Society of Hip and Knee Surgeons (ISHKS) launched the new Indian Joint Registry (IJR) at the recent 13th National Congress of ISHKS. Partnering with Northgate Public Services (NPS), the same group who supported delivery of the National Joint Registry in the United Kingdom, ISHKS conducted a successful six-month pilot project with seven hospitals in India. “The launch of IJR is a landmark step in our journey to create a truly national registry that gives us important information about surgeries across India, and to develop our understanding of long-term outcomes for our patients,” said Dr. Javahir A. Pachore, Managing Trustee, ISHKS. Watch the video.

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