Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. 'Healthcare is about to enter a supercycle of innovation': What we heard in November

    Spine and orthopedic experts in November spoke with Becker's about topics from shifting away from hospital employment to diversity in the field.
  2. What makes a stellar orthopedic leader?

    An A+ leader is essential for any healthcare organization. But what exactly does a stellar leader look like?
  3. How well-positioned is Orthofix for 2024?

    With its SeaSpine merger sealed and a new leader at the helm, Orthofix had a busy 2023. Here's what to know going into next year:

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  1. 3 federal updates in spine, orthopedics

    Here are three updates in spine and orthopedic federal cases from the last month:
  2. 'Work smarter, not harder': What 7 orthopedic surgeons are prioritizing for 2024

    Every year brings several changes in the healthcare industry, and 2024 is shaping up to be no exception. Heading into the new year, orthopedic surgeons expect to face ongoing payer challenges, residual COVID-19 struggles and new opportunities for growth and expansion. 
  3. Dr. Jose Canseco on behavioral health's place in orthopedics

    Spine surgeon Jose Canseco, MD, PhD, of Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, has his eye on the potential benefits that behavioral healthcare can have for musculoskeletal patients.
  4. 6 big deals shaking up the spine, orthopedic industry

    Here are six major acquisitions Becker's has reported on since Sept. 1: 

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  1. Best-paying cities for new orthopedic surgeons

    Los Angeles is the best-paying city for orthopedic surgeons with one to seven years of experience, according to Medscape's Salary Explorer.
  2. 4 orthopedic practices suffering data breaches in 4 months

    Here are four orthopedic practices that have suffered data breaches that Becker's has reported on since Aug. 14:
  3. Active physicians per 100,000 patients across 5 musculoskeletal specialties

    Sports medicine specialists are the least common musculoskeletal specialists nationwide, with one specialist per every 100,000 U.S. patients, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges' recently launched interactive online dashboard.
  4. The orthopedic research Dr. Steven Neufeld is homing in on

    Steven Neufeld, MD, has spent his year focused on research into orthobiologic applications.
  1. How well-positioned is Zimmer Biomet for 2024?

    With a new CEO at the helm, Zimmer Biomet has had a strong year. Here's what to know going into 2024.
  2. Medicare Advantage is getting 'much, much worse' for spine

    Medicare Advantage has been controversial this year with several major health systems dropping plan coverage due to denials, and some physicians following suit.
  3. 2 specialists join Spine Center at Black Hills Orthopedics

    Rapid City, S.D.-based the Spine Center at Black Hills Orthopedics has added two physical and sports medicine specialists, Christopher Dietrich, MD, and Trevor Anderson, MD. 
  4. Fusion Orthopedics latest to win patent infringement battle against Extremity

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Patent Trial and Appeal Board has ruled against orthopedic device company Extremity Medical in its patent dispute against Fusion Orthopedics, Zimmer Biomet and Paragon 28. 
  5. 3 spine, orthopedic procedures ASCs are eyeing for growth

    ASCs have been looking to high-acuity orthopedic procedures for years as a growth strategy, and this trend will only pick up as CMS continues to approve these surgeries for the ASC setting. 
  6. 5 spine surgeon moves in November

    Here are five spine surgeons moving to new practices or adding to their titles in November:
  7. Trinity opens neuroscience center

    Livonia-based Trinity Health Michigan opened the Trinity Health Neuroscience Center in Muskegon, Mich., according to a Nov. 30 announcement in the Grand Haven Tribune.
  8. Disc replacement, AI and more: The research exciting 4 spine surgeons

    Spine surgeons in 2023 have been exploring ways to innovate and learn through a variety of research. Here's what four surgeons are working on:
  9. The next phase of healthcare innovation, per 1 spine surgeon

    Healthcare technology is about to enter a new era of innovation with an increased focus on targeted care, according to Ronjon Paul, MD.

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