Cost Recovery Implementation Statement for the National Joint Replacement Registry

This statement describes how the Department of Health recovers the costs of administering the National Joint Replacement Registry.


Cost Recovery Implementation Statement for the National Joint Replacement Registry

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Version 1.1 of the National Joint Replacement Registry 2020–21 Cost Recovery Implementation Statement (CRIS) is open for consultation until 8 December 2020. It is an attachment to PHI circular 80/20.

Comments from affected stakeholders are welcome via email to by 8 December 2020.

The draft CRIS includes the financial results for 2019–20, changes to the financial estimates to reflect the proposed increase to the levy amount, the levy date for 2020–21 and key forward dates to report on the National Joint Replacement Registry cost recovery arrangements in accordance with the Australian Government's cost recovery policy.

The National Joint Replacement Registry improves and maintains the quality of care for individuals receiving joint replacement surgery.

This statement:

  • explains how we manage cost recovery to provide funding to the Australian Orthopaedic Association to administer the registry
  • reports financial and non-financial performance information
  • provides financial forecasts for the current financial year and the next 3 years.

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