Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement


3% → 1.5%

3% → 1.5%

Target savings if all the quality measures are met

[m]pirik is your key to success

  • Exceed the industry standard for capture rates on Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs)
  • Data collection with Ortho[m]etrics combined with PROMs will prove best practices, align parties and standardize care all while increasing value
  • Using Ortho[m]essage, the increased communication promotes the patient to adhere to care plan and eliminate unnecessary trips to the clinic and emergency room
  • By using [m]pirik you can reduce the CJR target savings from 3% to 1.5% by collecting and acting on your data

CJR tests bundled payments and quality measures for an episode of care around total hip and knee replacements.

The goals of the program are:

  • Encourage the coordination throughout the continuum of care
  • Improve the quality of care
  • Improve cost efficiency


Surgery Scheduled

[m]pirik would use Ortho[m]etrics to collect a pre-op PROM to get a baseline assessment of the patients health. The patient would also be enrolled in an Ortho[m]essage collection and begin receiving text message or email reminders about their care plan.

Surgery Day

[m]pirik will use Ortho[m]etrics to collect surgical registry information about procedure. In addition, the nurse along the way will use Ori to send the patient’s friend or family text message updates about the surgical procedure.

90-day Post Operative Period

The patient will continue to receive Ortho[m]essages about their care plan. These messages help the patient stay on track and optimize their treatment protocol. [m]pirik continues to collect PROMs using Ortho[m]etrics to monitor a patients progress. Using this data we can compare outcomes of patient’s that go to a skilled nursing facility and those patient’s that go directly home.

Follow-up Clinic and Physical Therapy Appointments

[m]pirik can gather objective data from a patient using Ortho[m]easure. Collecting range of motion, strength and gait patterns of a patient lets us correlate the patient’s subjective view (PROMs) with the objective data collected.