Bone Health Management for Orthopaedic Patients

The Own the Bone program provides tools and a registry to enable hospitals, medical centers, and practices to identify, evaluate, and coordinate the bone health management of fragility fracture and other patients at risk of complications of orthopaedic surgery.

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Why Own the Bone?

Fragility fractures are a sentinel event

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What is Own the Bone?

Make a difference with simple prevention measures

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Join a growing number of institutions closing the osteoporosis care gap

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Own the Bone Webinars

Own the Bone hosts quarterly webinars featuring topics of interest for clinicians participating in secondary fracture prevention.

Click Here to learn about our next live webinar and to register.

Own the Bone Orthopaedic Bone Health ECHO

Every 3rd Thursday at 12pm CT

To Register, Click Here (after you register one time, you will continue to receive monthly emails about all upcoming ECHO® calls – including reminders about how to join each session via Zoom).

Annual Own the Bone Fragility Fracture Symposium

Join us each year for educational and interactive bone health content presented by expert speakers. Plus, earn your bone health training certificate and CME/CNE Credit. Learn More

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Are you interested in enrolling with Own the Bone? Learn how to begin the enrollment process to join a growing number of institutions and clinicians committed to bone health.

What is Own the Bone?

Learn more about how Own the Bone offers simple tools including a patient registry and 10 prevention measures to accomplish its goals.

Why Own the Bone?

Learn about the fragility fracture epidemic and how Own the Bone enables hospitals and practices to establish a bone health or fracture liaison service (FLS) to help evaluate and treat these patients.

“One of the best predictors of a future fragility fracture is a previous fragility fracture.  The AOA’s Own the Bone program sounds the alarm and provides a protocol and registry to give these patients the support, treatment, and education to reduce the risk of a secondary fragility fracture.”
– Fred C. Redfern, MD, FAOA

Own the Bone works across different care settings

Learn from three Own the Bone program coordinators who found success running an FLS program within their different care settings, including an urban academic medical center, a community-based regional hospital, and an integrated health system.

The Own the Bone Registry

The key tool of the Own the Bone program is the patient registry. Find out how it works and what is collected.

User Tools and Resources

Learn about the program benefits and tools and resources available for program users.

FAQs

Got questions? We’ve got answers! Own the Bone offers an array of Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) in response to program and implementation inquiries.

Own the Bone Education
Learn about the program’s educational offerings to remain up-to-date on the latest topics in bone health management.
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Own the Bone Community
Connect with a community of Own the Bone experts and clinicians at implementing sites and follow the latest program news.
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Own the Bone Success Stories
Explore the stories of various participating institutions in managing their patients’ bone health.
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