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The California Joint Replacement Registry collects data on device efficacy, surgical techniques, and patient outcomes for hip and knee replacements. A new report details how this CHCF-sponsored effort is faring.
This article has been corrected to indicate that Xerox recently announced that its ACS unit has assumed operational responsibility for Medi-Cal's claims processing system. The previously reported news -- that Medi-Cal awarded the 10-year, $1.6 billion contract to ACS -- occurred in 2010. -- The Editors.
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