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  1. North American Spine Society recognizes 20 spine specialists under 40

    The North American Spine Society released its list of 20 spine specialists under 40 in the October 2020 edition of SpineLine.
  2. 21% of surgeons 'likely to' cut administrative staff if CMS finalizes pay cuts — 13 possible consequences

    The American College of Surgeons surveyed its members to gauge how CMS' proposal to cut payments for some specialty surgeries would affect their practices and patients.
  3. As Medtronic vies for spine market share, Louisiana hospital adds Globus robot

    West Monroe, La.-based Glenwood Regional Medical Center purchased an ExcelsiusGPS, according to The News Star.

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  1. Life Spine expands, updates SI joint offerings with new FDA 510(k) clearance

    Life Spine gained FDA approval to expand its sacroiliac joint fixation portfolio, according to a Sept. 22 announcement.
  2. Physician-led spine, sports practice occupies suite with 8 exam rooms

    The Spine & Sports Health Center moved into a new suite in Jersey City, N.J., according to Hoboken Girl.
  3. Georgia hospital invests in Stryker system — 3 details

    Dalton, Ga.-based Hamilton Medical Center acquired Stryker's Mako system for total knee and hip replacements, according to
  4. Spinal Elements adds executive with 30+ years' experience

    Medical device company Spinal Elements added Rick Simmons as chief marketing officer, effective Aug. 3.

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  1. Medtronic plans to grow spine & more: 6 device company key notes

    Here are six key notes on orthopedic and spine device companies from the past week:
  2. Rothman Institute partners with AdventHealth to expand into Florida through $100M project

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute partnered with Altamonte Springs, Fla.-based AdventHealth to develop a Rothman location in Florida, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
  3. OrthoSouth to outfit former rehab hospital with new clinic, ASC — 5 things to know

    Memphis, Tenn.-based OrthoSouth is redeveloping a former rehab hospital to accommodate a new clinic and a larger surgery center, according to the Memphis Business Journal.
  4. Orthopedics center opens with Dr. Henry Finn as medical director — 5 things to know

    The Chicago Center for Orthopedics & Robotic-Assisted Surgery opened in September.
  1. Hospital for Special Surgery named 'Equality Leader': How leadership, tech & policy play a role

    A system widely known for excellence in orthopedics, New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery received the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's "LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leader" designation.
  2. How Medtronic, Stryker, Johnson & Johnson's shares performed this week

    Here's how Medtronic, Stryker and Johnson & Johnson's shares have fluctuated over the last five days.
  3. Orthofix, Neo Medical partner to develop outcome-driven procedural solutions

    Orthofix and Neo Medical entered into a partnership and investment agreement to develop a single-use spine solution.
  4. North America sports medicine market to hit $5.65B by 2026: 3 insights

    The North America sports medicine market is projected to generate $5.65 billion by 2026.
  5. Rothman enters Florida market with AdventHealth partnership: 5 details

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute has partnered with Orlando-based AdventHealth to expand the health system's orthopedic services.
  6. Meet the Congress of Neurological Surgeons' president-elect

    The Congress of Neurological Surgeons named University Hospitals' Neurological Institute Vice President Nicholas Bambakidis, MD, president-elect of the congress, according to a Sept. 21 announcement.
  7. How Google ranks top spine surgeons

    A group of researchers examined how Google ranks top spine surgeons and published their findings in Spine.
  8. Top 5 cervical disc replacement complications + most common issue for each implant

    Spine surgeon researchers analyzed articles about total disc replacement and found the top five reasons for complications.
  9. Athens Orthopedic pays $1.5M to settle HIPAA allegations

    A Georgia-based orthopedic group agreed to settle systemic HIPAA noncompliance allegations and will pay $1.5 million in addition to adopting a corrective action plan, according to a Sept. 21 announcement.

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