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  1. 'The proof is in the results': 1 physician's perspective on MSO partnerships

    Showing the value proposition of deals and having physician leadership from the top down can help management service organizations draw interest from independent practices, according to Emil Engels, MD, CEO of Aligned Orthopedic Partners.
  2. Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush expands pediatric care access

    Chicago-based Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush has expanded its pediatric orthopedic presence across three locations in Illinois. 
  3. Meet the head orthopedic physicians for all 32 NFL teams

    All 32 National Football League teams have a team of trained orthopedic surgeons and physicians. 

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  1. Wenzel Spine, Safe Group partner for US distribution

    Safe Medical and Wenzel Spine are partnering to distribute Safe Orthopaedics products in the U.S.
  2. New York orthopedic group adds 3 physicians

    Orlin & Cohen orthopedic subspecialty group added three physicians to its New York-based network of practices.
  3. Insurer doesn't need to defend Aziyo Biologics in tuberculosis litigation: lawsuit

    An insurer is arguing that it shouldn't cover Aziyo Biologics from lawsuits related to allografts tainted by tuberculosis, according to a lawsuit filed Sept. 30 in the U.S. District Court of Maryland.
  4. Hourly orthopedic surgeon wages by state

    Orthopedic surgeons earn the highest hourly wages in Georgia, according to the most recent data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

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  1. Frye Regional Medical Center bolsters orthopedic program with robotics

    Frye Regional Medical Center in Hickory, N.C. added Stryker's Mako robot for total knee, partial knee and total hip replacement in August, the Hickory Daily Record reported Oct. 2.
  2. Neurosurgeon joins Aclarion as surgeon advisor

    John Keller, MD, is joining Alcarion as a key opinion leader for the greater Michigan market, the medtech company said Oct. 3.
  3. UT Southwestern adds minimally invasive spine procedure

    The UT Southwestern Spine Center in Dallas began offering the Intracept spine procedure for lower back pain, according to a Sept. 30 news release. 
  4. 'Put patient care back in the hands of the physician': What we heard in September

    Spine and orthopedic experts and leaders in August spoke with Becker's Spine Review about topics from payer negotiations to skills they want to accomplish.
  1. 10 spine surgeon moves in September

    Here are 10 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons joining new practices or adding to their titles in September.
  2. 4 orthopedic devicemaker mergers, acquisitions in Q3

    Here are four orthopedic medtech mergers and acquisitions from the third quarter of 2022.
  3. Southlake Orthopaedics treats pro wrestling star

    World Wrestling Entertainment star Robert Roode underwent treatment at Birmingham, Ala.-based Southlake Orthopaedics according to a Sept. 29 report from EWrestlingNews and Roode's Instagram page. 
  4. Maine orthopedic clinic hires 5th female surgeon

    Bangor, Maine-based Northern Light Orthopedics welcomed its fifth female orthopedic surgeon, Megan Richards, MD.
  5. 4 of America's richest people associated with medtech giant Stryker

    Forbes released its annual list of the 400 wealthiest people in America, with four people associated with orthopedic tools developer Stryker making the list. 
  6. Hoag Orthopedic Institute adds four new surgeons

    Irvine, Calif.-based Hoag Orthopedic Institute has added four new orthopedic surgeons to its medical staff, according to a Sept. 29 press release shared with Becker's. 
  7. New York surgeon pleads guilty to predatory $31M back surgery scheme

    New York City pain specialist and surgeon Sady Ribeiro, MD, pleaded guilty to two fraud charges related to a $31 million trip-and-fall scheme that "preyed upon" extremely poor people, the Justice Department said Sept. 29.
  8. Johnson & Johnson, Globus Medical and more: 12 robotic updates

    From a robotic surgery platform in space to a $21.3 million expansion, here are 12 robotic updates Becker's has reported on since July 5. 
  9. Montana health system to open brain, spine clinic

    Kalispell, Mont.-based Logan Health will open a brain and spine clinic in Helena, Mont., according to a Sept. 29 news release in MontanaRightNow.com.

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Top 40 Articles from the Past 6 Months

  • 'The numbers don't lie': Endoscopy to become more prominent among next generation of spine surgeons
  • Minnesota orthopedic group hit with $111M negligence verdict
  • Orthopedic patient's death highlights potential dangers of prior authorization
  • Spine surgeon killed in Oklahoma hospital shooting
  • Neurosurgeon accepted $3.3M in illegal payments to perform spine surgeries at hospital
  • Spine surgeon gets jail time for abusing patient during hospital visit
  • Providence to pay $22.7M to settle unnecessary spine surgery allegations
  • 'They're on really thin ice': Why 1 insurer has drawn spine surgeons' ire
  • Texas spine surgeon defending himself from 'Dr. Death 2.0' allegations
  • Orthopedic surgeon must face suit in patient's death
  • Spine surgeon 1 of 9 physician billionaires on Forbes' 2022 list
  • Connecticut hospital to appeal $12.5M verdict to family of patient who died after orthopedic surgery
  • 4 spine technologies that promised more than they delivered
  • Terminated orthopedic surgeon contracts with another New York hospital
  • Orthopedic surgeon's health system exit steeped in controversy
  • Texas spine surgeon sued by State Farm over 'unnecessary' procedures
  • 22 hospitals ranked top 25 orthopedic hospitals 3+ years in a row
  • Orthopedic surgeon convicted of battery at hospital
  • UArizona neurosurgery chair dies after motorcycle collision
  • America's largest independent practices by number of spine surgeons
  • Could Medtronic's spine business be the next medtech spinoff?
  • 41 'rising stars' in orthopedics
  • Idaho orthopedic surgeon arrested for alleged misconduct at practice
  • Neurosurgeon's startup hits $1.2B valuation
  • Orthopedic surgeon salaries in the 5 best, worst states for healthcare
  • Orthopedic surgeon indicted in $10M telemedicine fraud scheme
  • New Jersey hospital must pay neurosurgeons $24.3M, appeals court rules
  • Good news, bad news for orthopedic surgeons: 6 observations
  • Why private equity is bettering orthopedics, 3 physician leaders say
  • Texas spine surgeon's $11M verdict being appealed
  • Florida hospital patients say they were injured during surgeries. Now a physician faces 350 lawsuits.
  • A Rutgers physician accused of 'ghost surgeries' will return — but with fewer responsibilities
  • Top orthopedic hospital in every state: US News
  • Rothman Orthopaedics to become national brand, but no 'aspirations to go beyond US'
  • Sports medicine physician fired amid misconduct allegations involving patients
  • Orthopedic surgeon asking for misconduct charges to be dropped
  • Unnecessary spine cases spur class action lawsuit
  • Jury finds neurosurgeon largely responsible for paralysis, awards $15.5M in damages
  • Colorado Supreme Court rejects hospital's bid to enforce $229K spine surgery bill
  • Dr. Jon Yoon performs NHL's 4th disc replacement in 7 months