AAOS Outpatient and Rapid Recovery in Total Joint Replacement
Get the latest updates in this rapidly evolving area, including clinical practice guidelines, certification requirements and IPO list status. Through focused lectures and interactive panel discussions, faculty will share how they successfully transitioned their procedures to the outpatient setting while keeping patient safety and satisfaction at the forefront.
Learn to navigate all aspects of rapid recovery programs with sessions on:
- Pre-Operative Considerations
- Pathways and Protocols
- Facility and Institution Issues
- Financial Considerations
- Post-operative Considerations
- Starting an Outpatient TJA Program
Who Should Attend?
Orthopaedic surgeons who would like to implement a rapid recovery program in their institution, or those who are struggling to operationalize their vision. This program is also ideal for orthopaedic surgeons who have recently implemented a rapid recovery program in their institution.
Great for the entire care team! Surgeons are encouraged to participate with their team including PAs, nurses, anesthesiologists and hospital administrators to build synergy across all touchpoints of your program.
AAOS will consider the requests of persons with disabilities for reasonable modifications of policies, practices, and procedures or for auxiliary aids and services where necessary to provide them access to AAOS facilities, services and products. AAOS encourages that such requests be made as soon as possible to enhance AAOS’ ability to accommodate the requests. All such requests should be submitted to the AAOS Office of General Counsel at (847) 384-4050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.