Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Dr. Adam Schneider rejoins Verde Valley Medical Center

    Adam Schneider, MD, has joined the Orthopedics and Spine Institute at Northern Arizona Healthcare's Verde Valley Medical Center in Cottonwood, Ariz.
  2. Ascension adds Indiana neurology group

    Ascension St. Vincent Evansville (Ind.) has added the physicians and staff of Evansville-based Midwest Neurological to its medical group, according to an April 1 report from WFIE.
  3. Neurologist burnout high amid looming specialist shortage

    Approximately 12% of neurologists are feeling so burned out that they plan to leave medicine because of it, according to Medscape's 2024 "Neurologist Burnout and Depression Report," published March 29. 

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  1. University Orthopedics 1st in state to add new imaging tool

    East Providence, R.I.-based University Orthopedics has become the first practice in the state to add EOSedge, a state-of-the-art imaging system, according to a March 31 report from Providence Business News. 
  2. SeaSpine, Orthofix name chief enabling technologies officer

    Orthofix has tapped Beau Standish as its chief enabling technologies officer, according to an April 1 LinkedIn post from SeaSpine. 
  3. VA improperly tracking hip, shoulder implants, report alleges

    A new report from the Government Accountability Office, a watchdog group, alleges that the Veterans Affairs Health Administration has not been properly tracking artificial hip and shoulder devices in patients. 
  4. Orthopedic ASC to open in Idaho

    A new orthopedic ASC, Hayden Surgery Center, is opening in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, according to a March 31 report from the Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls Press.

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  1. Dr. Ryan Shephard performs area's 1st anterior total hip replacement

    Orthopedic surgeon Ryan Shephard, DO, has performed the county's first anterior total hip replacement at Dunkirk, N.Y.-based Brooks Hospital. 
  2. ZimVie spine business sells, rebrands as Highridge Medical

    ZimVie has closed on the sale of its spine business to global investment firm H.I.G. Capital. The spine business will now operate as Highridge Medical, based in Westminster, Colo. 
  3. 10 unhealthiest cities

    The unhealthiest place to live in the U.S. is Brownsville, Texas, according to personal finance site WalletHub.
  4. 10 healthiest cities

    The healthiest place to live in the U.S. is San Francisco, according to personal finance site WalletHub.
  1. What worries 2 surgeons most about orthopedic, spine surgery

    Providing the best care for patients and the increasing demands being placed on physicians are some of the top worries for surgeons today.
  2. Where orthopedics needs more innovation

    Image interpretation within the orthopedic surgery field could use more innovation, according to David Kieras, MD.
  3. AI is 'already upon us,' says 1 orthopedic surgeon

    The healthcare sector has seen the rise and continued advancement of AI across the industry, including the orthopedic field. 
  4. ChatGPT 10 times faster at notetaking than orthopedic surgeons: Study

    ChatGPT could write orthopedic discharge notes faster than humans in six simulated cases, according to a March 21 study in ActaOrthopaedica.
  5. 'Private equity has the potential to be very beneficial': What we heard in March

    Spine and orthopedic experts in March shared insights with Becker's on topics from noncompetes to private equity. Here's what they had to say:
  6. The danger of declining orthopedic reimbursements 

    Two orthopedic leaders joined Becker's to discuss declining orthopedic reimbursements and how it's affecting physicians. 
  7. 10 orthopedic device companies to watch in 2024

    Here are 10 orthopedic device companies that surgeons should watch in 2024:
  8. Remembering 3 spine, orthopedic leaders who died in Q1

    The spine and orthopedic community is remembering three leaders in the field who died in the first quarter of 2024.
  9. Physician employment to grow 3% by 2032: What neurosurgeons should know

    Although many physician specialties are expected to see shortages, employment is still projected to see some increases, according to Rosman Search's 2024 Physician Hiring Trends report.

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