At the 12th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Paine Management-Driven ASC Conference in Chicago on June 12, Jerome Fryer, BSc DC, discussed the importance of effectively communicating with and connecting with patients.
While being in a time of abundance and growth in business can be exciting, sustaining that success requires serious consideration of management priorities. Here are three tips from a Forbes article on how to prioritize when business is going well.
The physicians of Connecticut-based Orthopedic Specialty Group have filed plans with the Town Plan and Zoning Commission in Fairfield, Conn., to purchase two clothing stores and convert the space into an ambulatory surgery center. The facility would include the surgery center, a clinical department, radiology department, urgent care center, physical therapy department and administrative offices.
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."
The 20th Annual ASC Conference will take place October 24-26 at the Swissotel in Chicago. The conference, which is focused on improving profitability and business and legal issues, brings together surgeons, physician leaders, administrators and ASC business and clinical leaders. For additional conference information and brochure, click here. The following professionals will be attending and speaking at the conference.
Hallett Mathews, MD, MBA, is the executive vice president and chief medical officer of New York City-based Paradigm Spine, LLC, a non-fusion spinal implant and device technology manufacturer. Dr. Mathews is also a board-certified orthopedic spine surgeon.