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Four new medical facilities in Nebraska have joined the Nebraska Sports Concussion Network, according to a WOWT report.
Here are 20 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons who are leaders at large academic medical centers.
Published in Spine
Seven spine surgeons and industry experts discuss the best ways to form a positive relationship with local hospitals.
Published in Spine
Here are 12 hospitals expanding their orthopedic and spine services.
Published in Practice Management
Here are the top 10 states with more ambulatory surgery centers than hospitals, according to 2009 data from SDI's Outpatient Surgery Center Profiling Solution.
Nicholas Janiga, manager at HealthCare Appraisers in Castle Rock, Colo., shares his expertise on transitioning small and large group practitioners into a hospital-employed setting.
Published in Practice Management
Hospitals are increasingly adding sports medicine clinics to their facilities for extra financial support, according to a Medcity Cleveland report.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BCPI) initiative has generally been more attractive to providers than either of its two accountable care programs — the Medicare Shared Savings and Pioneer ACO program. Unlike those programs, the BCPI program is typically considered more manageable as it allows providers to choose specific service lines or diagnosis-related groups where quality and cost improvement opportunities exist.
Published in Practice Management
The number of jobs in the ambulatory care setting will likely grow at a faster pace than the number of jobs in the hospital setting over the next 10 years, according to an American Medical News report.
Published in Practice Management
This article discusses 11 issues facing surgery centers.
Published in Practice Management
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