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Richard GuyerHere are eight tips for spine surgeon mentors and their mentees to ensure everyone gets the most out of their relationships.

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Bob ReznickBob Reznik, President of Prizm Development, discusses the key elements of true spine centers of excellence.

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Hyun BaeHyun Bae, MD, co-director of the spine fellowship program at Cedars-Sinai Spine Center in Los Angeles, gives eight predictions on how spine surgeons will interact with device companies and impact innovation in the future.

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Thursday, 25 July 2013 09:57

6 Worst States for Physicians to Practice

Here are six worst states for physicians to practice, according to Medscape's Best and Worst Places to Practice: 2013 report.

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SurgeonHere are 12 infographics with essential information for spine surgeons about healthcare and private practice trends in the future.

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Hand ShakeOnly 31 percent of physicians report having consolidated or considered consolidation with hospitals over the past two years, but approximately 66 percent of all physicians believe they will become more integrated over the next three years, according to the Deloitte's Physician Perspectives Survey.

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 Bryan OhPain medication can help back pain patients on the road to recovery, but spine surgeons and specialists across the country are now faced with several challenges to ensure patients adhere to their regimen without abusing their prescription or diverting the pills somewhere else.

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Jeffrey Carlson, MD, president of the Orthopaedic and Spine Center in Newport News, Va., talks about what makes the leaders in spine surgery stand out and how surgeons can make an impact on the future.

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A startling study in the July 1 issue of Spine found that patients think orthopedic spine surgeons should be paid 10 to 20 times more than current Medicare reimbursement rates.
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Andrew HechtHere are 10 best practices that spine surgeon leaders practice to build a strong clinical and professional reputation.

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