Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Dr. Todd Lanman launches disc replacement program for patients

    Todd Lanman, MD, launched the ADR Spine Top Doctors in Arthroplasty Program to connect patients with disc replacement surgeons in their regions.
  2. Dr. Keith Meister to operate on New York Yankees player

    Keith Meister, MD, is set to perform Tommy John surgery on Jasson Domínguez, an outfielder for the New York Yankees, on Sept. 20. 
  3. 5 robotic surgery milestones

    Here are five robotic surgery milestones Becker's has reported on since Sept. 5: 

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. AAOS shares comments on CMS' proposed 2024 policies

    The American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons shared its formal comments to CMS on the agency's proposed 2024 payment policy changes.
  2. 2 spine, orthopedic recalls to know in 2023

    Becker's reported on two key spine and orthopedic recalls so far this year.
  3. Dr. Ahmed Eldib joins Morris Hospital

    Morris (Ill.) Hospital has added Ahmed Eldib, MD, to its team of orthopedic surgeons. 
  4. Mercer-Bucks Orthopedics partners with Redefine Healthcare

    Hamilton, N.J.-based Mercer-Bucks Orthopedics has partnered with Union, N.J.-based multidisciplinary medical practice Redefine Healthcare. 

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. 3 orthopedic leadership moves to know

    Here are three orthopedic surgeon leadership moves so far in September:
  2. New Jersey hospital earns 2nd consecutive Gold Seal spine certification

    Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, N.J. earned its second Gold Seal of Approval by the Joint Commission for Disease-Specific Care Re-Certification for Spine Surgery.
  3. 'Patients don't like it, physicians don't like it': What 1 orthopedic surgeon would change about the industry

    The orthopedic industry is not without its flaws.
  4. Dignity Health hospital earns hip, knee replacement certification

    San Luis Obispo, Calif.-based Dignity Health French Hospital has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for advanced total hip and knee replacement certification, according to a Sept. 14 report from local news affiliate KEYT. 
  1. The 6 best orthopedic specialty hospitals in New York

    New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery has been named the top hospital in the world for orthopedics in 2024 by Newsweek in partnership with Statista. 
  2. UP Health Systems adds neurosurgeon

    UP Health System Marquette in Michigan added neurosurgeon Elizabeth Hogan, MD, to the Brain and Spine Center, according to a Sept. 12 news release.
  3. Dr. Neal ElAttrache operates on Aaron Rodgers

    New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers had surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon, ESPN reported.
  4. The 'hidden danger' regarding elimination of prior-authorization for certain medical and surgical service

    We all know of the unnecessary delays in patient care that prior authorizations can pose.
  5. 10 best neurosurgery specialty hospitals in the world: 2024

    The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., is the best specialty hospital in the world for neurosurgery, according to Newsweek.
  6. UT Health San Antonio strikes sports medicine partnership with San Antonio Spurs

    UT Health San Antonio has been named the official sports medicine provider of the NBA's San Antonio Spurs.
  7. Steadman adds Dr. Malia Cali to sports medicine team

    Malia Cali, MD, has joined the staff of Vail, Colo.-based Steadman Clinic.
  8. 10 lowest-paying states for spine surgeons in 2023

    In Florida, the lowest-paying state for spine surgeons, the average pay is $244,853 — 24 percent less than the national average — according to career website ZipRecruiter.
  9. 10 highest-paying states for spine surgeons in 2023

    A spine surgeon can make between $244,853 and $381,289 — a range of $136,436 — depending on which state they practice in, according to career website ZipRecruiter.

Featured Podcast

Top 40 Articles from the Past 6 Months