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  1. Meet the orthopedic physician leaders of the NBA

    Here are the team physicians for each of the 30 teams in the NBA, listed in alphabetical order by team name:
  2. Stryker paid $1.8M to Massachusetts General Hospital last year

    Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston received $1.8 million from Stryker in 2023, according to the CMS Open Payments Data.
  3. What Arthrex, DePuy Synthes & more paid physicians last year

    Zimmer Biomet paid the most to physicians, providers and hospitals last year, according to CMS Open Payments Data.

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  1. Top 50 neurology, neurosurgery hospitals for 2024-25: US News

    U.S. News & World Report released its "Best Hospitals for Neurology and Neurosurgery" 2024-25 list on July 16, with New York City-based NYU Langone Hospitals ranking No. 1.
  2. Dr. Amin Farokhrani named Harvard's team physician

    Amin Farokhrani, MD, has been named the head team physician for Cambridge, Mass.-based Harvard University's athletic department. 
  3. California spinal tumor program earns Joint Commission gold seal

    Santa Barbara (Calif.) Cottage Hospital’s brain and spinal tumor program has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Brain Tumor Certification, according to a July 15 report from NoozHawk.
  4. Spine surgeon's $11M verdict reversed

    An $11 million jury award in favor of Stephen Courtney, MD, was reversed, opening up the possibility of a new trial, The Dallas Morning News reported July 15.

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  1. Hospital for Special Surgery leaders react to 15th consecutive top orthopedic ranking

    Leaders with New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery reflected on its legacy after being named as the No. 1 hospital for orthopedics by U.S. News & World Report.
  2. Stryker completes acquisition of orthopedic company

    Stryker completed its acquisition of Artelon, a company that develops soft tissue fixation products for sports medicine and foot and ankle procedures, according to a July 15 news release. 
  3. Globus Medical director sells 1,000 shares of stock

    Globus Medical director Leslie Norwalk sold 1,000 shares of the company's Class A common stock, according to a July 11 SEC filing. 
  4. Orthofix names human resources officer

    Stephanie Walsh was named Orthofix's new chief human resources officer, the devicemaker said July 16.
  1. Top 50 orthopedic hospitals 2024-25: US News

    U.S. News & World Report released its "Best Hospitals for Orthopedics" 2024-25 list on July 16, with New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery ranking No. 1 for the 15th consecutive year.
  2. The US' top 50 adult reconstruction fellowship programs

    The American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons has named the top 50 adult reconstruction fellowship programs in the U.S. for 2024. 
  3. Dr. Christina Cervieri joins Gritman Orthopedic Surgeons

    Moscow, Idaho-based Gritman Orthopedic Surgeons has added Christina Cervieri, MD, to its care team.
  4. Ascension St. Vincent's hospital performs region's first procedure with TOPS system

    Ascension St. Vincent's Southside Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla., is the first in the region to add the TOPS system for spine surgeries.
  5. Hoag Orthopedic Institute adds Globus spine robot

    The Hoag Orthopedic Institute Surgery Center Beverly Hills (Calif.) has added a Globus spine robot. 
  6. Nationwide Children's opens $179M orthopedic center

    Columbus, Ohio-based Nationwide Children's Hospital has opened a $179 million orthopedic facility, according to a July 15 report from Columbus Business First. 
  7. The recent orthopedic deals changing the field

    Orthopedic groups were among specialties with the most merger and acquisition deals in 2023, according to a VMG Health report, and that activity has continued into 2024.
  8. Mayo Clinic opens sports medicine center

    Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic has held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Eau Claire, Wis.-based Mayo Clinic Health System Diagnostic Imaging & Sports Medicine Center, according to a July 11 report from NBC affiliate WEAU.
  9. The state of orthobiologics in 3 insights

    Regenerative medicine in spine and orthopedic surgery is growing, but its exact place in the specialties hasn't been fully cemented yet.

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