Harris Hip Score is a tool for the evaluation of how a patient is doing after their hip is replaced.
Based on a total of 100 points possible, each question is awarded a certain number of points based on how it is answered.
Questions are grouped into categories. The first category is pain, the second category is function, the third category functional activities, and finally, the physical exam.
The score is reported as 90-100 for excellent results, 80-90 being good, 70-79 fair, 60-69 poor, and below 60 a failed result.