CJR

CJR

Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement McBride Orthopedic Hospital is participating in a Medicare initiative called the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement (CJR) model. The CJR model aims to promote quality and financial accountability for care surrounding lower-extremity joint replacement (LEJR) procedures, commonly referred to as hip and knee replacements and/or other major leg procedures. McBride Orthopedic Hospital's participation in the CJR model should not restrict your access to care for your medical condition or your freedom to choose your health care providers and services. All existing Medicare beneficiary protections continue to be available to you. These include the ability to report concerns of substandard care to Quality Improvement Organizations and 1-800-MEDICARE.

Below is a list of Collaborators:

  • Matt Dumigan, MD
  • W. Bentley Edmonds, MD
  • Chris Espinoza, MD
  • Charles Funderburk, MD
  • Robert A. German, MD
  • David L. Holden, MD
  • Thomas C. Howard III, MD
  • Thomas P. Janssen, MD
  • Warren G. Low, MD
  • Bradley J. Margo, MD
  • Donald W. McGinnis, MD
  • James D. Mitchell, MD
  • Benjamin I. Panter, MD
  • Mark S. Pascale, MD
  • David Saxton, MD
  • Brock E. Schnebel, MD
  • Thomas K. Tkach, MD
  • Jeremy Woodson, MD
  • Carlan K. Yates, MD