"Fee-for-service is dead" seems to be the new mantra in healthcare. But, if this traditional payment model is going by the wayside, what business models are physicians turning to?
Independent physicians are not only responsible for clinical leadership, but business leadership as well. Here are three important practice management issues for independent physicians to understand, according to a Physicians Practice report.
Ambulatory surgery center company Interventional Management Services has announced the merger of Interventional Spine and Pain Management and Comprehensive Pain Management, both Atlanta-based practices.
As part of the Symbion acquisition, Chicago-based Surgery Partners will purchase the Honolulu Spine Center for $5.82 million, according to a Pacific Business News report.
The Scoliosis Research Society has granted medical device company Titan Spine the Whitecloud Award for Best Basic Science Research.
Expanding Orthopedics has received FDA clearance for its FLXfit. Here are three things to know about the company and its newly cleared device.
The House intends to file a lawsuit against President Barack Obama that is expected to be narrowly focused on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the president's decision to defer the PPACA's requirement that employers provide health insurance starting in 2014.
Surgical technology company MedTech, based in Toulouse, France, has received CE approval to begin marketing its spinal surgery robot ROSA Spine in Europe, according to a 4-traders report.
Synergy Biomedical, a novel biomaterial products development company, has received FDA 510(k) clearance for its BIOSPHERE PUTTY as a bone graft extender used in the posterolateral spine.
Robert A. Arciero, MD, has been chosen as the 43rd president of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and he will assume his position on July 12 at the society's annual meeting in Seattle, Wash.