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  1. 5 things to know about Massachusetts General Hospital's spine chief

    John Shin, MD, is chief of spine neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital.
  2. 'No other industry would tolerate this': The problem with prior authorization in spine surgery

    The prior authorization system is seen as flawed by many surgeons working in orthopedics, spine surgery and beyond. 
  3. OrthoIllinois completes ASC, awaits credentialing

    Rockford-based OrthoIllinois has completed its new OrthoIllinois Surgery Center in Elgin, according to a Sept. 18 report from the Daily Herald.

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  1. OrthoIndy opens new hospital

    Indianapolis-based OrthoIndy opened a new hospital and facility in Brownsburg, Ind.
  2. 4 developments in spine, orthopedic robotics in Q3

    Here are four key developments in spine and orthopedic robotics during the third quarter of 2023.
  3. Artificial disc market to crack $1B by 2030

    The artificial disc replacement market is expexted to surpass $1.3 billion by 2030, according to Vantage Market Research.
  4. Enovis to acquire orthopedic company

    Enovis plans to acquire LimaCorporate in a deal worth more than $700 million.

Maximizing ASC Performance in Orthopedics and Beyond through New Technologies and KPIs

It's time to level up your ASC. Learn how to use technology and KPIs to elevate your surgery center here.
  1. American Medical Administrators acquires Midwest Bone and Joint, ASC

    American Medical Administrators acquired Macon, Mo.-based Midwest Bone and Joint Center and its ASC, according to a Sept. 22 news release. 
  2. What 3 surgeons wish patients knew about their job

    Surgeons have to deal with many challenges throughout their careers with patient care, insurance and more.
  3. Dr. Galal Elsayed joins Weill Cornell

    Galal Elsayed, MD, a neurosurgeon, has joined the faculty of the Weill Cornell Medicine Brain and Spine Center in New York City.
  4. Dr. Keith Meister performs Tommy John surgery on Detroit Tigers player

    Keith Meister, MD, performed Tommy John elbow surgery on Riley Greene, an outfielder for the Detroit Tigers, on Sept. 20 in Dallas. 
  1. Astronaut, musician or basketball player: What surgeons might've been

    The decision to become a surgeon looks different for each and every physician. 
  2. Dr. Matthew Tao first in Nebraska to use BEAR implant

    Matthew Tao, MD, of University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, is the first surgeon in the state to use the BEAR implant for ACL surgery, NBC affiliate WOWT reported Sept. 21.
  3. Medtech manufacturer developing 'mini robots' for spine

    Teslake, a medical device manufacturer, is starting a series A capital raise to support the development of "mini spine robots" and their antimicrobial proprietary alloy.
  4. Hospital for Special Surgery, Weill Cornell researchers discover spine-specific stem cell

    Researchers at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery and Weill Cornell Medicine discovered a new stem cell that could affect spine care.
  5. 2 sports medicine partnerships to know

    Here are two recent sports medicine partnerships Becker's has reported on since Sept. 14: 
  6. Dr. Gordon Bennett joins Western Reserve Hospital

    Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio-based Western Reserve Hospital Physicians, Inc. Orthopedics has added Gordon Bennett, MD, to its team of providers. 
  7. 12 sports stars who underwent orthopedic surgery in the last 2 months

    From baseball to football, injuries and professional sports go hand in hand. Here are 12 professional athletes who have undergone orthopedic surgery reported by Becker's since Aug. 2:
  8. Relievant Medsystems launches training platform for Intracept

    Relievant Medsystems released the Intracept Simulator System, a training program for the Intracept procedure, the company said Sept. 21.
  9. When the spine surgeon becomes the patient: 4 insights

    Spine surgeons spend the majority of their days taking care of patients. But what happens when they're the one who's injured?

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