If you are interested in joining the CJRR, you can request more information here
These videos highlight the patient and the surgeon experience participating in the California Joint Replacement Registry (CJRR).
John Koos, a University of California, San Francisco Medical Center bilateral knee replacement patient, shares his motivation for joining the CJRR and the benefits of his participation.
Dr. James Caillouette, founding surgeon in chief at the Hoag Orthopedic Institute, describes how the CJRR will improve care by identifying techniques and trends that result in better patient outcomes.
Download the information for patients in PDF format
The goals of the Registry are to: (a) collect and report scientifically valid data on the results of hip and knee replacements performed in California, including device safety and effectiveness, post-operative complication and revision rates, and patient-reported assessments; and (b) promote the use of performance information regarding hip and knee replacements to guide physician and patient decisions and support programs for provider recognition and reward, and thereby encourage quality and cost improvements through marketplace mechanisms. Specifically the registry is designed to: