Canadian Joint Replacement Registry

The Canadian Joint Replacement Registry's (CJRR) mandate is to record and analyze clinical parameters and outcomes of primary and revision hip and knee replacement operations over time. The registry was developed through a joint effort between the Canadian Institute for Health Information and orthopedic surgeons in Canada. The goal of CJRR is to provide information to help improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes of joint replacement recipients.

*[CJRR]: Canadian Joint Replacement Registry

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Ontario's Open Data Team opengov@ontario.ca

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This data is not and will not be made available. Data in this record cannot be released because of legal, privacy, security, confidentiality or commercially-sensitive reasons, as outlined by the Open Data Directive.

Why? Privacy - Contains personal information and falls under the privacy exception.

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Last Validated Date 2018-07-26
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