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  1. Texas hospital designated as Orthopaedic Center of Excellence

    Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at The Woodlands was recently recognized as an Orthopaedic Center of Excellence by DVN GL Healthcare, Woodlands Online reports.
  2. Dr. James MacNutt joins Northern Light Neurosurgery and Spine

    Northern Light Neurosurgery and Spine in Bangor, Maine, has onboarded neurosurgeon James MacNutt, DO, according to a July 22 Bangor Daily News report.
  3. Cerapedics reduces number of patients for TLIF bone graft clinical trial

    Orthobiologics company Cerapedics received FDA approval to reduce the number of patients required for its P-15L bone graft clinical trial.

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  1. Spine surgery at hospitals vs. ASCs: 7 surgeons on how the pandemic will affect the field

    Seven spine surgeons discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the trend of spine surgeries moving away from hospitals toward outpatient settings.
  2. Drs. Rolando Garcia, Michael Ciccotti & more: 7 orthopedic surgeons making the news

    Here are seven orthopedic surgeons making headlines this week:
  3. NuVasive, Johnson & Johnson report Q2 figures & more: 8 device company notes

    Here are eight key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies:
  4. NuVasive launches campaign to promote spine surgery products

    NuVasive launched its Time to Evolve campaign, which focuses on the company's spine surgery procedural portfolio.

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  1. Stryker Endoscopy snags potential $225M government contract

    Stryker's endoscopy business secured a contract with the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency for up to 10 years and $225 million.
  2. Dr. Fred Ma appointed CMO, SVP of Cognivue

    Medical device company Cognivue has named former neurosurgeon Fred Ma, MD, PhD, CMO and senior vice president, according to a July 22 news release.
  3. How Texas Back Institute is revamping referral relationships, marketing strategies during the pandemic

    Texas Back Institute in Plano has evolved to the economic situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to revamp its sales and marketing strategies and strengthen referral relationships.
  4. Dr. Todd Lanman recognized as 'Top Doctor' by Los Angeles Magazine

    Los Angeles Magazine has named spinal neurosurgeon Todd Lanman, MD, as one of its Top Doctors for 2020, according to a July 21 news release.
  1. New consensus guidelines for resuming orthopedic electives — 5 things to know

    The International Consensus Group developed a new set of guidelines aimed at minimizing pathogen transfers and COVID-19 spread as elective orthopedic surgeries resume.
  2. 3 orthopedic surgeon arrests in 2020

    Here are three orthopedic surgeons who have been arrested this year:
  3. 4 hospitals expanding spine programs, services

    Here are four hospitals recently expanding spine programs and services:
  4. How Medtronic, Stryker, Johnson & Johnson's shares performed this week

    Here's how Medtronic, Stryker and Johnson & Johnson's shares have fluctuated over the last five days.
  5. Dr. Rolando Garcia elected to Florida Orthopaedic Society

    Rolando Garcia, MD, was elected to the Florida Orthopaedic Society's board of directors to represent the South Florida region.
  6. Mississippi surgery center earns Blue Distinction Center designation

    Blue Cross Blue Shield awarded Flowood, Miss.-based the Surgery Center at Mississippi Sports Medicine an advanced designation, making it the only center in the Southeast U.S. with the honor.
  7. 53% of independent physicians concerned about survival during pandemic + 4 other trends

    Physician groups are worried about surviving the pandemic financially and many are running on just a few week's cash as they ramp back up for the second half of 2020, according to a report from McKinsey & Co.
  8. Inspired Spine surgeons design system for sacroiliac joint disease

    Spine surgeons at Burnsville, Minn.-based Inspired Spine have developed the Trident Sacroiliac Joint Fusion System for the treatment of sacroiliac joint disease, according to a July 21 news release.
  9. NuVasive net sales drop 30% in Q2 — 5 company notes

    Second-quarter net sales at NuVasive declined 30 percent to between $202 million and $205 million year over year, according to a preliminary unaudited report on July 20.

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