Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Think Surgical signs another partnership for orthopedic robotics

    Think Surgical is collaborating with b-One Ortho to add its implants to the TMini total knee replacement robot.
  2. Value-based orthopedic implant company acquired

    The Orthopaedic Implant Co., which is known for its value-based devices, was acquired by technology company Zeda.
  3. 'Hospitals are scared to death': Why ASCs have the advantage in recruiting spine surgeons

    Allowing physicians to have ownership in the places they work can make ASCs more attractive in recruiting, spine surgeon Stephen Hochschuler, MD, said. 

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  1. 2 orthopedic injuries at the 2024 Super Bowl

    The Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers and their physician teams — led by internal medicine specialist Michael Monaco, MD, and orthopedic surgeon Timothy McAdams, MD — came to Las Vegas for the 2024 Super Bowl on Feb. 11. 
  2. Maxx Orthopedics, Think Surgical to partner on total knee replacements

    Think Surgical has entered into a collaboration agreement with Maxx Orthopedics to add Maxx's implants, including the Freedom Knee System, to Think Surgical's proprietary database of implant modules for use in its miniature robotic system. 
  3. Surgical Planning Associates' mixed reality system surpasses 3,000 hip replacements

    Medtech company Surgical Planning Associates' mixed-reality HipInsight System has been used in its 3,000th case. 
  4. Rothman Orthopaedics opens Pennsylvania facility

    Mediplex Property Group has opened a new facility in Newtown, Pa., fully leased to Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute. 

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  1. What orthopedic leaders have to say about weight loss drugs

    The popularity of glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists like Ozempic has skyrocketed over the past few years. 
  2. What orthopedic surgeons should know about Stark law

    Stark law is a strict liability statute that places restrictions on physician self-referral with the goal of protecting patients.
  3. Orthopedic surgeons among specialists with happiest marriages

    Around 85% of orthopedic surgeons report feeling happy in their marriages, describing them as either "good" or "very good," according to Medscape's 2024 "Lifestyle and Happiness Report," published Feb. 13. 
  4. Dr. Tomas Pevny 1st in region to offer Iovera treatment

    Glenwood Springs, Colo.-based orthopedic surgeon, Tomas Pevny, MD, has become the first physician in the region to offer Iovera, an FDA-approved osteoarthritis knee pain treatment. 
  1. Hospital for Special Surgery earns top rating for all outpatient orthopedics

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery was among 134 hospitals named to Healthgrades' Outpatient Orthopedic Surgery Excellence ranking, and it is the only hospital to earn the top rating in all four surgery cohorts.
  2. Mass General orthopedic physicians return to 2 Steward hospitals

    Orthopedic physicians who were working at Mass General Brigham in Boston are returning to Holy Family hospitals in Haverhill and Methuen, Mass., Boston Business Journal reported Feb. 12.
  3. American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives adds Provident Healthcare Partners to peer review program

    The American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives added Provident Healthcare Partners for its advisory service for mergers, acquisitions and private equity partnerships.
  4. Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance adds spine surgeon

    Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance in Nashville added spine surgeon Jason Smith, MD, the practice said in a Feb. 12 LinkedIn post.
  5. Spine surgeons' tech recruiting strategies

    Physician recruitment isn't the only obstacle for spine practices and health systems. Surgical technicians have been another challenging position to recruit for.
  6. Surgeons are 'ghosting' the ED, ortho leader says

    The continuing wave of orthopedic and spine procedures to ASC settings has one surgeon concerned about the impact that will have on both surgeons and patients.
  7. 4 orthopedic building moves in 2 months

    Physicians and real estate firms alike are investing in medical properties nationwide. 
  8. 25 spine, orthopedic practices to know in 2024

    Here are 25 orthopedic practices to know going into 2024:
  9. Why spine robots remain a financial hurdle for ASCs

    Spine and orthopedic robots are a useful tool for surgeons but they come with a high price tag for ASCs.

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