We were pleased to be a featured case study in December's New England Journal of Medicine. Thanks to Dr. Schutzer, Dr. Grady-Benson and Mike Cremins, PhD. for their outstanding work and research in this study and article. Learn about how the Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute (CJRI) has been committed to quality and safety improvement initiatives. A rigorous focus on metrics and analytics has allowed them to continuously monitor the delivery of the highest quality care leading to better outcomes, cost-efficient care, lower infection rates, and higher patient satisfaction.
Building a “Hospital-within-Hospital” Model for Joint Replacements New England Journal of Medicine Case Study · December 5, 2018
OAH Team Receives Accolades and Published Article in Prestigious New England Journal of Medicine
The oldest continuously published and prestigious peer reviewed New England Journal of Medicine has selected three OAH team members for their recent publication. Learn how this innovative team has taken an integrated approach to joint replacement that provides superior patient care, reduces costs and improves outcomes.