Supporting patients with joint related conditions and encouraging them to live active, healthy lives.
Hip and knee replacement surgeries are among the most common (and most costly) elective surgeries in the United States, with more than 1 million performed each year. From diagnosis, to the surgery, to the recovery period, the goal is to help patients regain their mobility and reduce symptoms such as pain, while avoiding readmission to the hospital for joint failure. This requires a motivated and informed patient.
Our library of patient education is based on current guidelines and can help patients become active and empowered participants in every step of their care, including the crucial recovery period. We also have comprehensive patient education on joint-related conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, and other joint-related diseases. The HealthClips Orthopedic Library is designed to help patients experience the best possible outcomes.
This comprehensive Orthopedic Library includes:
- Joint Replacement: Pre-Op
- Joint Replacement: In the Hospital
- Joint Replacement: At Home
- Joint Commission DSC Certification
- BPCI Advanced
- CMS Quality Measures All-cause Hospital Readmission Measure (NQF #1789) for Arthritis-Osteo, Arthritis-Rheumatoid, Functional Status, Hip/Pelvic Fracture, Joint Surgery, Low Back Pain, and Osteoporosis
- Readmissions Reduction Program (HRRP) for Elective Total Hip Arthroplasty (THA) and Elective Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)
- Advanced Certification for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacement
- HCAHPS/ Patient Satisfaction
Multiplatform delivery tools enhance the reach and efficiency of these resources through easy accessibility when and where you need it most, while EMR integration supports assignment and tracking of education within staff workflow.
Here’s what other hospitals are saying:
“The Wellness Network provides our nurses with the resources they need to supplement patient and family education. It also gives us valuable tools to help us meet some of our regulatory requirements to provide mandated education to our patients.”
“Each program offers excellent information about a patient’s condition and how to manage that condition once they go home. Empowering our patients with that knowledge is so important.”
“The information was concise, informative and personal. It helped me know what questions to ask my doctors.”
“I had a lot of questions about my condition and the programming taught me so much, especially about the medications I was taking.”
“Watching the programming helped me understand more about living well and staying healthy.”
“The programming was extremely informative and opened the door to care options I was unaware of.”
“The programing was both interesting and entertaining. I found it easy to understand and insightful.”