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Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins University admitted its first female black neurosurgery resident, Nancy Abu-Bonsrah, on March 17, 2017, according to okayafrica.com.  By Megan Wood -
Merritt Hawkins' 2017 "Survey of Physician Appointment Wait Times" reveals trends in physician appointment wait times and highlight several U.S. cities where wait times are especially slow or fast.  By Adam Schrag -
A Medscape study found comorbidities aren't the only cost-increasing factors in knee replacement surgeries.  By Adam Schrag -

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President Donald Trump promoted the AHCA at a Louisville rally attended by several prominent Kentucky lawmakers and a large crowd of supporters, according to Biz Journals.    By Adam Schrag -
A new study published in Spine examined the risk factors for postoperative hematoma that required reoperation among patients who underwent single-level lumbar fusion. By Laura Dyrda -
There are some medical professionals calling to boycott U.S. medical journals and meetings over President Donald Trump's executive order placing travel restrictions on citizens of six primarily Muslim countries.  By Laura Dyrda -
Inspired Spine presented a study on the economic performance of oblique lateral lumbar interbody fusion at the Spine Summit 2017 in Las Vegas. By Laura Dyrda -

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Female physician assistants earn less than their male counterparts, according to the 2016 AAPA Salary Report.  By Adam Schrag -
The global robotics market will likely reach $13 billion by 2023, based on a Research Nester report, according to I-Connect007.  By Megan Wood -
Indeed gathered data to determine the cities with the greatest healthcare talent gaps.  By Megan Wood -
Atlanta-based Evoq Medical released blynq, a smartphone application to solve interoperability issues in physician offices communicating with multiple hospitals and EHR systems, which will ultimately help physicians treat patients properly and efficiently.  By Adam Schrag -
Houston-based Spine Injury Solutions, also known as SPIN, opened a Lubbock, Texas location as part of its affiliate expansion program.  By Adam Schrag -
Keith Meister, MD, of Arlington-based Texas Metroplex Institute for Sports Medicine & Orthopedics will perform Tommy John surgery on Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Anderson.  By Adam Schrag -
Hermiston, Ore.-based Good Shepherd Medical Group recently merged with Hermiston-based Advanced Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Institute, according to the East Oregonian.  By Adam Schrag -
Wallethub analysts investigated how the American Health Care Act would impact cities in 2017. The study compared the premium subsidies average households in 457 U.S. cities would receive under the ACA versus the AHCA.  By Megan Wood -
John H. Noseworthy, MD, Mayo Clinic CEO, and James L. Madara, MD, American Medical Association CEO and executive vice president, participated in a fireside chat at Chicago-based healthcare company incubator MATTER, according to AMA Wire.  By Megan Wood -
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, based in the United Kingdom, updated guidance for lateral interbody fusion on March 20, 2017.  By Megan Wood -
Former NFL player Myron Rolle matched with Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University for his neurosurgery residency, according to Yahoo! Sports.  By Megan Wood -
Anthony Miniaci, MD, of the Cleveland Clinic and Russell Warren, MD, of Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City highlighted conflicts of interest and discussed the future of sports medicine at the AAOS Annual Meeting in San Diego, according to Med Page Today.  By Adam Schrag -
According to a study recently presented at the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Specialty Day in San Diego, surgery may not treat tennis elbow as effectively as previously believed.  By Adam Schrag -
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