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Nashville, Tenn.-based Saint Thomas Health has changed the name of The Hospital for Spinal Surgery in Nashville to Saint Thomas Hospital for Spinal Surgery.

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Money LadderBrian Knabe, MD, is a former medical physician turned financial advisor at Savant Capital Management, a fee-only wealth management firm. He discusses the smartest moves for spine surgeons at various stages in their careers to ensure an enjoyable retirement.

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The American Medical Association implemented a new Category III CPT code to specifically describe sacroiliac joint arthrodesis performed with minimally invasive or percutaneous approaches, which went into effect July 1, according to a special report from the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery.

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Four orthopedic and neurospine surgeons will discuss a new minimally invasive non-fusion procedure approved for outpatient ambulatory surgery centers for patients with spinal stenosis in an upcoming free webinar titled "coflex: The New MIS Non-Fusion Solution for Spinal Stenosis Approved for Your ASC."

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Medical Director of UnitedHealthcare in Colorado William Mandell, DO, JD, recently spoke with the Society of Ambulatory Spine Surgery about outpatient spine care.

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A study in the July 1 issue of Spine finds that preoperative delays in excess of one hour significantly increase the risk of surgical site infections. 
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TyTy Thaiyananthan, MD, founder of BASIC Spine in Newport Beach, Calif., and Bryan Oh, MD, a neurosurgeon with a special interest in spine surgery at BASIC Spine, are joined by practice manager Casey Crawford to discuss the biggest challenges and opportunities for independent spine groups in the evolving healthcare market.

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Patricia GrahamExecutive Director of Laser Spine Institute Arizona Patricia Graham, BSN, RN, talks about eight ways her spine center strives to make a better patient experience.

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TyPatient satisfaction is important for any physician group, and more spine groups are beginning to tailor their practices around that patient experience.

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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 10:30

Online MBA Designs Program for Physicians

More physicians are choosing to receive MBAs to learn more about running their practice and the challenges of healthcare reform, according to a Marketplace article.

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