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September 11, 2013: Spine Business
Top 7 Lists: 15 News Updates for Spine & Orthopedic Device Companies | 30 Spine Surgeons Leading Fellowship Programs | 49 Cleanest Hospitals in the US | Seeking 2 Spine Surgeon Conf. Panelists |

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According to a report by ABC News, Florida authorities report that 34 pain patients treated just in 2011 by Joseph Hernandez, MD, are dead and they are considering pressing charges against him for those deaths.
Published in Pain Management
RSB Spine, a Cleveland-based spine device company, reported a 131 percent sales increase for the second quarter of 2011 over the same time period in 2010, according to a company news release.
January/February 2011 Issue

70 of the Best Knee Surgeons in America

The following knee surgeons were selected based on awards they received from major organizations in the field, leadership in those organizations, work on professional publications and positions of service at hospitals and surgery centers. Click to continue »


The Year Ahead: 9 Biggest Issues for Orthopedic Surgeons in 2011

Industry experts identify nine of the top concerns for orthopedic surgeons in 2011. 1. Healthcare reform law. Over the next year, there will be an increased focus on quality measures and ... Click to continue »


The Future of Orthopedic Surgeon Employment: 3 Core Concepts

Increasingly, orthopedic surgeons coming out of school are joining hospitals rather than independent practices. At the same time, orthopedic practices are increasingly entering into co-management or joint ... Click to continue »


Publisher’s Letter: January/February 2011

2010 was an interesting year for all areas of healthcare, including orthopedics and spine.Click to continue »


5 Top-Paid Specialists Include Spine, Neurosurgery and Sports Medicine

Orthopedic spine, neurological and sports medicine surgeons were among the top five highest-paid specialties in 2009, according to MGMA's Physician Compensation and Production Survey: 2010 Report Based ... Click to continue »


Spine Surgery in 2011 and Beyond: 7 Points About the Future of Spine Surgery

Many of the new techniques and equipment developed over the past few years for spine surgery have leaned toward the minimally invasive approach, which is gaining popularity across the country. Click to continue »


5 Techniques for Increasing Patient Volume at Your Sports Medicine Practice

It has become necessary for many specialists and practices to market their services more proactively than in the past. Beyond providing great treatment outcomes, orthopedic and sports medicine practices must competitively reach out to their community to ensure patient volume. Click to continue »


10 Recent Orthopedic and Spine Device Company Partnerships and Acquisitions

Here are ten recent orthopedic and spine device company partnerships, agreements and acquisitions. Click to continue »

President Obama's proposed $3.8 trillion budget for 2011, released Monday, would allocate $900 billion for HHS, including a six-month extension of enhanced federal Medicaid payments to states.

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Medicare Payment Advisory Commission is proposing that Congress give hospitals that perform at higher levels in CMS' the pay-for-performance program a payment update of 2.4 percent in fiscal year 2011, based on the market basket index. Hospitals that don’t perform well on P4P would not get the payment update, a MedPAC official says.

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