November 18, 2019

A primer for starting a total joint replacement program

By: OR Manager
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Ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) have increasing incentives to offer total joint replacements (TJR) as Medicare expands the list of covered procedures. However, there’s a lot to consider in this particular service line. “There are many things to arrange that aren’t required with other service lines, particularly as home care of the patient is concerned,” says Rena Courtay, BSN, RN.

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