Mackenzie Garrity

Mackenzie Garrity

Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center reported a mailing incident Feb. 11 to HHS.

The former co-owner of the Baton Rouge-based Louisiana Spine & Sports pleaded guilty to his role in a $4.4 million healthcare fraud scheme, according to WAFB.

Thursday, 14 February 2019 21:04

Spine device company gets new name

Privately-held spinal device company Innovasive rebranded and changed its name to Amplify Surgical.

The owners of A&G Spinal Solutions and pain management physician Michael Frey, MD, received prison sentences after pleading guilty to their roles in a kickback and Medicare fraud scheme, according to News-Press.

Here are 12 key notes from spine and orthopedic device companies.

Orthopedic surgery has become a major focus for many hospitals and health systems, with more converting to orthopedic-only centers.

The global spine surgery robots market was valued at $75 million in 2018. Through 2026, the market is expected to experience a 17.5 percent compound annual growth rate, according to a Transparency Market Research report.

New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery is among the leading orthopedic-focused hospitals in the nation.

Kuros Biosciences entered into a private label agreement with SeaSpine.

Monday, 11 February 2019 20:48

Rothman Institute opens new facility

Philadelphia-based Rothman Institute opened a new office in Monmouth Junction, N.J., according to the South Brunswick Expired.

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