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MARCQI Articles

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Association of Aspirin With Prevention of Venous Thromboembolism in Patients After Total Knee Arthroplasty Compared with other Anticoagulants – Brandon R. Hood, MD, et al. (link to abstract)

The Michigan Experience with Safety and Effectiveness of Tranexamic Acid Use in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty – Brian Hallstrom, MD, et al. (link to abstract)

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Data Sharing Between Providers and Quality Initiatives Eliminate Unnecessary Nursing Home Admissions – Ryan J. Charles, MD, et al. (link to abstract)

Michigan Arthroplasty Registry Collaborative Quality Initiative (MARCQI) as a model for regional registries in the United States – Richard E. Hughes, PhD, et al. (link to abstract)

Can an Arthroplasty Registry Help Decrease Transfusions in Primary Total Joint Replacement? A Quality Initiative – David C. Markel, MD, et al. (link to article)

Implementation of Patient-Reported Outcome Measures in U.S. Total Joint Replacement Registries: Rationale, Status, and Plans – Patricia D. Franklin, MD, et al. (link to article)

Thromboembolic Prophylaxis in Total Joint Arthroplasty – David Knesek, MD, et al. (link to article)

Limiting the Surveillance Period to 90 Days Misses a Large Portion of Infections in the First Year After Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty – Stefano Muscatelli, MD, et al.

Causes of Early Hip revision Vary by Age and Gender: Analysis of Data From a Statewide Quality Registry – Jacob F. Markel, MD, et al.

MARCQI’s Pain-Control Optimization Pathway (POP): Impact of Registry Data and Education on Opioid Utilization – James T Layson, DO, et al.

Effects of statewide reduction in extended care facility use after joint replacement on hospital readmission – Ari D. Schuman MD, MS, et al.

Quality improvement initiative reduced transfusions during total joint replacement – David C. Markel,MD

Returning to operating following COVID-19 shutdown: what can human factors tell us? Richard Hughes, PhD et al.

Non-Inferiority of Aspirin for Venous Thromboembolism Prophylaxis After Hip Arthroplasty in a Statewide Registry – Stefano R. Muscatelli, MD, et al

High-Risk Prescribing Increases Rates of New Persistent Opiod Use in Total Hip Arthroplasty Patients – Lia D. Delaney, BS, et al.

Prescribing and Consumption of Opioids After Primary, Unilateral Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty in Opioid-Naive Patients – Karl C. Roberts, MD, et al.

Why Registries are Important: The Example of the Michigan Arthroplasty Registry Collaborative Quality Initiative (MARCQI) – Richard E. Hughes, PhD et al.

Summary of knee implant one, three, five, and 10-year revision risk reported by national and regional arthroplasty registries: a valuable source of evidence for clinical decision-making – Colby Foster, et al.

The Michigan Arthroplasty Registry Collaborative Quality Initiative Experience: Improving the Quality of Care in Michigan – Richard E. Hughes, PhD, et al.

Risk factors for manipulation under anaesthesia after total knee arthroplasty – P. Knapp, DO, et al

Controversies in Hip Arthroplasty – Brian R. Hallstrom, MD & Richard E. Hughes, PhD.

Early Results of a Modern Uncemented Total Knee Arthroplasty System – Manoli et al.

Readmission rates for single midnight versus two midnight length of stay in primary total knee arthroplasty: Analysis of the MARCQI Database – Charpentier et al.

Application of a causal discovery algorithm to the analysis of arthroplasty registry data – Cheek et al.

Arthroplasty registries: Improving clinical and economic outcomes – Courtney et al.

Socioeconomic risk adjustment models for reimbursement are necessary in primary total joint arthroplasty – Courtney et al.

Arthroplasty registries around the world: valuable sources of hip implant revision risk data – Hughes et al.

No difference in dislocation seen in anterior vs posterior approach total hip arthroplasty – Maratt et al.

Medicare’s new bundled payment for joint replacement may penalize hospitals that treat medically complex patients – Ellimoottil et al.

Implementation of patient-reported outcome measures in U.S. total joint replacement registries: rationale, status, and plans – Franklin et al.

Early Benchmarking Total Hip Arthroplasty Implants Using Data from the Michigan Arthroplasty Registry Collaborative Quality Initiative (MARCQI) – Chubb et al.