Knee-Replacement Needs

July 2011
HealthLeaders Magazine;Jul2011, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p44
The article discusses the need to improve volume and quality of joint-replacement. It mentions that the health systems are moving forward innovations for more efficient patient care in a multidisciplinary approach. It also suggests keys to improve quality of joint-replacement which include creating more joint-replacement centers, patient involvement in the improvement of healthcare system and having nurse navigator or joint-care coordinator. INSET: Pain Management.


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