Here are five orthopedic surgeons in the news this week.

Whale Imaging, based in Waltham, Mass., unveiled its G-Arm B6 Duo. 

Michael Roh, MD, of Rockford (Ill.) Spine Center, presented to Rockford-based OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center staff, as a part of the Grand Rounds program.

Amy L. Howe, MD, will see patients at Sterling Ridge Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine in The Woodlands, Texas, according to Woodlands Online.

Philips, headquartered in Amsterdam, Netherlands, unveiled augmented reality surgical navigation technology for open and minimally invasive spine surgery, according to techseen.

Here are six sports medicine physicians who have recently joined hospitals or practices or gained promotions.

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  • A new study published in Spine examines the readmission rates for patients who undergo cervical fusion for cervical spondylosis and are 65 years or older.

    The CORE Institute partnered with Banner Health to expand their joint venture and add the Orthopedic High Value Network for Banner Health Network patients.

    The President-elect and Republican Congress are intent on repealing the ACA, but it remains unclear how they'll replace the legislation. However, The American Action Network has spent more than $1 million on television ads to promote the Republican House of Representatives' healthcare plans, according to the Washington Post.

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