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Outcomes of total hip replacement using Northern California Medicare claims data

Outcomes of total hip replacement using Northern California Medicare claims data

a pilot study : final report

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Published by [Department of Family, Community and Preventive Medicine,School of Medicine, University of Stanford] in [Stanford] .
Written in English


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Statementprepared by Jinnet Fowles ...[et al.] ; principal investigator, John P. Bunker.
SeriesHS -- 04853
ContributionsFowles, Jinnet., Bunker, John P.
The Physical Object
Pagination1v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14317741M

Nov 04,  · Is there an association between patients' pre-operative expectations and treatment outcomes for total knee and hip arthroplasties? For example, if a patient receives a total hip replacement under a commercial contract and the agreed upon reimbursement to the hospital is a bundled payment of $25,, and if the charges (not the costs) exceed the $25, threshold, the entire treatment or procedure converts to a chargemaster reimbursement methodology.

PHC4 • Knee and Hip Replacements • Data In this report x This report includes hospital-specific outcomes and surgeon-specific volume for total knee and hip replacements, as defined by ICDCM (Interna onal Classifica on of Diseases, Ninth Revision, . Medicare claims databases have several advantages for use in constructing episodes of care for outcomes research. They are population-based, relatively inexpensive to obtain, include large numbers of cases, and can be used for long-term follow-up.

Jan 03,  · We investigated if patient-reported outcomes (PROMs) one year after total hip replacement (THR) can predict the risk of re-operation using data from the Swedish Hip Arthroplasty Register. A total of 75, patients with THR due to osteoarthritis operated in – were included. We used Kaplan-Meier and Cox regression to investigate the relationship between one-year post Cited by: 6. Total Hip Replacement Page 1 of 15 Clinical Policy Bulletin: Total Hip Replacement. Number: Policy. Aetna considers an Food and Drug Administration-approved metal-on-metal, metal radiological outcomes and complication rates of hip resurfacing (HRS) and total hip arthroplasty (THA). A systematic review was undertaken of all published.


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Outcomes of total hip replacement using Northern California Medicare claims data Download PDF EPUB FB2

CONCLUSIONS: Analysis of United States Medicare population data showed that the rates of total hip replacement increased with age up to the age of seventy-five to seventy-nine years and that blacks had a significantly lower rate of total hip replacement than chickashacf.com by: During the 5-year study period, from toa total ofpatients underwent a total hip replacement in California, Florida, and New York withpatients being ≥ 18 years old.

patients had non-missing payer data allowing for inclusion in the following statistical chickashacf.com by: To determine the positive predictive value of Medicare claims for identifying revision of total hip replacement (THR), a frequent marker of THR quality and outcome.

Study Design and Setting We obtained Medicare Part A (Hospital) claims from seven states on patients that had primary THR from July through June Cited by: 8.

Hip replacement cost can vary by location, notes Forbes. Hip replacement surgery can be as little as $16, in Alabama and as much as $60, in New York. Keep in mind this is total cost, not out-of-pocket cost for a hip replacement patient who has Medicare. How much do. Nov 01,  · Introduction.

Total hip replacement (THR) for osteoarthritis (OA) is one of the most common operations carried out in England. 1 A total of 76 THRs were performed in England in the period from towhich had increased to 86 for the period to 1,2 THRs are a considerable cost to the health service, both in terms of the operation costs and the care and Cited by: Rates and outcomes of primary and revision total hip replacement in the United States Medicare population Article in The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.

Jul 12,  · NCHS has linked various surveys with Medicaid enrollment and claims records collected from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Linkage of the NCHS survey participants with the CMS Medicaid data provides the opportunity to study changes in health status, health care utilization and expenditures in low income families with.

Predictive value of Medicare claims data for identifying revision of index hip replacement was modest Article in Journal of clinical epidemiology 64(5) · May with 19 Reads. Dec 17,  · Medicare has begun tracking the outcomes of hip and knee replacement surgeries, identifying 95 hospitals where elderly patients were more likely to suffer significant setbacks.

Apr 01,  · Medicare is rolling out the program known as the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model for hospitals in 67 areas.

These hospitals account for Author: Shawn Radcliffe. The data analyzed were claims records of in-hospital surgeries for patients age 65 or older in the traditional Medicare program who had these surgeries during a five-year period ().

We have been performing such comparisons of hospitals for many years, but the federal government would not release data identifying individual doctors.

May 17,  · This systematic review examines which patient related factors influence functional and clinical outcomes after total hip arthroplasty (THA) in patients with hip osteoarthritis (OA).

We performed a systematic review according to the PRISMA guidelines. We searched databases and trial registries for prospective studies including OA patients who underwent primary THA.

Studies with preoperative. Variations In Hospital Resource Use For Medicare And Privately Insured Populations In California as previous work using claims data from Medicare fee had better outcomes, using more Cited by: Jan 16,  · Medicaid Claims Data.

PDF download: Guide to MAX Data – chickashacf.com chickashacf.com MAX is produced by the Centers for Medicare & chickashacf.comes (CMS) and is derived from data submitted by states through the Medicaid Statistical Information System. Mar 25,  · Not all patients gain the same degree of improvement from total hip replacement and the reasons for this are not clear.

Many investigators have assessed predictors of general outcome after hip surgery. This study is unique in its quest for the predictors of the best possible early outcome. We prospectively collected data on total hip replacements. Prior to surgery patient characteristics Cited by: The goal of total hip replacement surgery is to relieve pain and improve or increase patient function.

Occasionally, there may be a need to perform a reoperation on a previous total hip. This is often referred to as a revision total hip. Circumstances that lead to the need for a revision total hip are continued disabling pain, continued decline.

Provider Volumes and Surgical Outcomes in Total Hip and Knee Replacement S. Rodriguez-Elizalde, R. Jenkinson, H. Kreder and J.M. Paterson Katz s group used Medicare data from to study rates of SooHoo and Lieberman examined the effect of hospital volume on outcomes of total knee arthroplasty (TKA) in California from T1 - Using medicare databases for outcomes research in rehabilitation medicine.

AU - Chan, Leighton. AU - Houck, Peter. AU - Prela, Cecilia M. AU - MacLehose, Richard F. PY - /6/ Y1 - /6/ N2 - With the advent of computerized billing for healthcare services, claims data have become useful in academic chickashacf.com by: with Medicare claims provides a longi­ tudinal data source for most Americans over age Therefore, linkage of registry and Medicare data is a powerful strategy for evaluating cancer care for older Americans.

Our purpose was to determine whether a similar linkage between tumor registries and Medicaid data could create. A federal government website managed and paid for by the U.S.

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Main navigation Show — Main navigation Hide — Main navigation. A list of all Home Health Facilities that have been registered with Medicare.

The list includes addresses, phone numbers, and quality measure ratings for each facility. CALIFORNIA | chickashacf.comCollecting Patient Reported Outcomes: Lessons from the California Joint Replacement Registry Abstract Context: While patient-reported outcomes (PROs) have long been used for research, recent technology advancements make it easier to collect patient feedback and use it for patient care.Apr 20,  · Medicare claims databases have several advantages for use in constructing episodes of care for outcomes research.

They are population-based, relatively inexpensive to obtain, include large numbers of cases, and can be used for long-term follow-up.

However, the sheer size of these claims databases, along with their primarily administrative (as opposed to clinical) nature, requires that.