Here are four things to know:
1. Nonprofit AJJR works to improve patient outcomes through collecting data on primary and revision hip and knee replacement procedures.
2. The organization set a goal of having 90 percent of hip and knee replacement procedures performed in the United States in its systems.
3. Each week, AJRR adds 4,000 new procedures, on average.
4. More than 790 hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and private practice groups participate in its system.
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