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Aurora Spine, based in Carlsbad, Calif., has appointed Ian Armstrong, MD, medical director of the Southern California Spine Institute in Bakersfield, to its Scientific Advisory Board.
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Dr. Benjamin Cohen on spine surgeryBenjamin R. Cohen, MD, FAANS, FACS, a spine surgeon with Neurological Surgery in Lake Success, N.Y., discusses four ways spine surgeons can help prevent readmissions.
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Cheryl Zapata on spine surgeonsHere are five ideas for spine surgeons to leverage online and internet access to improve their relationship with patients and their clinical practice in the future from Cheryl Zapata, Chief Development Officer of Texas Back Institute.
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ISASS Names Dr. Luiz Pimenta President

The International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery has named Luiz Pimenta, MD, its president.
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Here are five qualities of effective spine surgeon leaders who make their practices more successful.
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Here are 18 spine surgeons and specialists that were recently appointed to prestigious positions or achieved notable accomplishments.
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Dr. Nick Shamie on spine surgeons and sequestrationA. Nick Shamie, MD, a spine surgeon with the UCLA Health System, discusses how the sequester and looming budget cuts will impact spine surgeons in the future.
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Marcy Rogers on Spine Center MarketingSpineMark recently hosted a webinar titled "How to Effectively Market Spine Centers and Spine Surgeons." The program featured Marcy T. Rogers, M.Ed., president and CEO of SpineMark, who shared tips on effectively creating a marketing plan for spine centers and spine surgeons.
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Nicola HawkinsonWithin our ever changing world of healthcare the need for spine surgeons to direct their focus on lowering the rates for hospital readmissions is on the rise. Hospital readmissions are more commonly being used to gauge standards of care and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is now utilizing readmissions rates to decrease reimbursements for specific care/procedures rendered.
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