Higher Percentage of Members Report Back to Work

AAHKS has completed the fourth member survey on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the practice of hip and knee replacement surgery. This survey focused on continued change and re-opening plans and processes. Here are some of the data we have collected: 61% all...

Majority of Patients Tested for COVID-19 Prior to TJA

The latest survey of AAHKS members taken during the COVID-19 pandemic includes feedback on the return to elective total joint arthroplasty (TJA). Members reported on surgical safeguards, new protocols and financial relief. These are a few highlights: 11% performing...

AAHKS Surveys Members on COVID-19 Impact

AAHKS has surveyed members on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the practice of hip and knee replacement surgery. Here are some of the data we have collected: 92% of hospitals have stopped elective inpatient surgery 35% are doing more non-surgical orthopaedic...

CMS Seeking input on TJA Quality Measures

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) Center for Patient Safety, Research, and Practice are seeking public comment on their Measuring Outcomes in Orthopedics Routinely (MOOR) project. They are looking to gather...

Medscape Releases Physician Compensation Report

After receiving compensation survey responses from 19,500 physicians in 25 specialties regarding their 2014 compensation, number of hours worked, practice changes and adapting to the new health care environment, Medscape has released their 2015 Physician Compensation...
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