The CJRR Reports
The CJRR Annual Report and the CJRR report: Impact of Early Revisions of Hip and Knee Replacement in Canada are now available!
Early Revisions of Hip and Knee Replacements in Canada: A Quality, Productivity and Capacity Issue focuses on hip and knee revision (or repeat) surgeries needed within 2 years of the initial joint replacement. Using the latest available data, this study provides a better understanding of who requires these revision surgeries and why, and quantifies the impacts on our health care systems.
The CJRR Annual Report is now comprised of a Snapshot, Quick Stats, and Revisions Curves document. The Snapshot summarizes the latest annual statistics on hip and knee replacements performed in Canada. The Quick Stats includes data tables with national, provincial and territorial results for 2018-2019. The Revision Curves document presents revision risk curves for hip and knee replacements performed in Canada up to 2018-2019.
Implantable Medical Devices in Canada: Insights Into High-Volume Procedures and Associated Costs provides insights into high-volume implantable medical device (IMD) procedures and associated costs using pan-Canadian hospitalization and day surgery data. It includes volumes and trends over time, patient characteristics, and variations by province and territory, as well as health system costs both overall and by hospital care setting for each of the IMD procedures.
The CJRR Team would like to acknowledge the CJRR Advisory Committee, chaired by Drs. Eric Bohm and Michael Dunbar for their input and guidance in the development of the CJRR reports.