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A significant gap in spine surgery safety awareness struck Michael Vitale, MD MPH, of New York City-based NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Orthopedics, in 2012.  By Megan Wood -
Here are 15 orthopedic surgeons who treated professional athletes in February:  By Adam Schrag -
Rany Jazayerli, MD, a dermatologist in the Chicago suburbs, decided to share his heritage as a Syrian and Muslim with his patients in a letter while also outlining his views on recent immigration policy. The Daily Herald published a column from Dr. Jazayerli, explaining what happened when he sent his political views to patients. By Laura Dyrda -

Introducing new spine technology in any setting of care

Learn how the Medical Science Liaison can bridge the gap between patients and new spine technology.
There are more than 400,000 Medicare beneficiaries who receive total joint replacement every year and costs for these procedures are increasing. Initiatives such as the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement program attempt to control costs through bundled payments on a 90-day episode of care. By Laura Dyrda -
A new study published in Spine examines the accuracy and safety of pedicle screw placement using CT for patients undergoing adolescent idiopathic scoliosis correction surgery. By Laura Dyrda -
SERMO, a global social networking site for physicians, asked physicians how much time they devote to securing prior authorization.  By Megan Wood -
Flights to Mars may harm your spine, according to Five Thirty Eight.  By Adam Schrag -

Outsourced sterile compounding: A strategic decision for advancing patient safety, pperational efficiency and sustainable growth

Outsourced sterile compounding facilities can boost ASC efficiency and help centers meet strategic quality, cost and compliance initiatives for long-term success.
Here are eight key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week.  By Anuja Vaidya -
Jackson, Wyo.-based St. John's Medical Center opened a Marshall Steele-modeled spine center, according to Jackson Hole News & Guide.  By Adam Schrag -
B. Riley analysts estimate Caesarea, Israel-based Mazor Robotics will earn $0.14 per share for the first quarter of 2018, according to DailyQuint.  By Megan Wood -
Powerhouse technology companies, from Armonk, North Castle, N.Y.-based IBM to Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft, are charging full force into healthcare, according to HealthcareDIVE.  By Megan Wood -
Todd H. Lanman, MD, of Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Lanman Spinal Neurosurgery, unveiled his 4D Health Approach for one-and two-level total disc replacement.  By Megan Wood -
The SpineHope Foundation sponsored a medical mission trip to offer spine surgeries for San José, Costa Rica-based National Children's Hospital patients, according to The Tico Times News.  By Megan Wood -
Here are 10 spine surgeons who made the headlines this week:  By Adam Schrag -
SeaSpine reported a drop in full year revenue for 2016. By Laura Dyrda -
A study published in Spine compares intrathecal and intravenous morphine during minimally invasive spine surgery. By Laura Dyrda -
The Senate confirmed Ben Carson, MD, as the next Housing and Urban Development Secretary, the New York Times reports.  By Eric Oliver -
Irving (Texas) Orthopedic & Sports Medicine has been listed as one of two lead tenants in a Southlake, Texas medical office development, according to Southlake Style.  By Adam Schrag -
Cincinnati-based Mayfield Brain & Spine has opened national neurosurgery training site, Mayfield Surgical Innovation Center.  By Adam Schrag -
Glendale-based Orthopaedic Hospital of Wisconsin has purchased an adjacent office from Milwaukee-based Phoenix Investors, according to Biz Times.  By Adam Schrag -
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