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NJR data for Best Practice Tariff

Since 2014, NJR data has been used for determining NHS provider compliance with the Best Practice Tariff for primary hip and knee replacements in England. The data below relate to a twelve month period and will be updated quarterly in April, July, October and January. 

January 2018 (data run on 18 December 2017)

Please note: there is a new trust (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust) for which the NJR has removed the compliance as we are currently waiting for the new ODS code in order to match NJR and HES data.

October 2017 (data run on 25 September 2017)

Please note: due to the lack of monthly HES data there is no compliance for NHS trusts in this quarter’s file.

July 2017 (data run on 15 June 2017)

April 2017 (data run on 15 March 2017)

January 2017 (data run on 15 December 2016)

October 2016 (data run on 15 September 2016)

July 2016 (data run on 16 June 2016)

April 2015 (data run 17 March 2015)

January 2015 (data run 17 December 2014)

October 2014 (data run 15 September 2014)

July 2014 (data run 13 June 2014)

April 2014 (data run 21 Feb 2014)

Payment of the BPT for primary hip and knee replacement surgery is conditional on criteria linked to data collected through the National Joint Registry as follows; a minimum NJR compliance rate of 85% and an NJR ‘unknown’ consent rate below 15% (where patient consent was not recorded as a ‘yes’ or ‘no)’.

Further information

  • Further details are available in the 2014/15 National Tariff Payment System document from


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