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  1. Medtronic, DePuy Synthes & more: 11 device company launches, releases

    Here are 11 orthopedic and spine device companies with recently launched or released devices. By Jackie Drees -
  2. Cedars-Sinai receives $8M to develop stem cell treatment for trauma victims: 5 things to know

    Three Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai investigators developed a method to harness stem cells to regrow tissue damaged by major trauma. The Department of Defense and National Institutes of Health awarded the researchers $8 million in grants. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  3. 5 things to know about NuVasive's new CEO J. Christopher Barry

    NuVasive tapped J. Christopher Barry to serve as CEO, replacing Gregory Lucier, effective Nov. 5. By Mackenzie Garrity -

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  1. Stryker completes $190M Invuity acquisition

    Stryker finalized its acquisition of Invuity. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  2. Why Dr. Mihir Patel is excited about artificial intelligence in orthopedics

    Mihir Patel, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon with Indianapolis-based OrthoIndy. His practice focuses on foot and ankle care as well as sports medicine. By Laura Dyrda -
  3. Dr. Andre Jakoi: Key technology trends in MIS spine + what will become the gold standard in the future

    Andre Jakoi, MD, is an orthopedic spine surgeon at North Kansas City (Mo.) Hospital. He focuses his practice on minimally invasive surgery as well as adult deformity, trauma and complex reconstruction. By Laura Dyrda -
  4. Oklahoma City orthopedic practice pays $455K to settle false claims allegations: 4 key notes

    Olsen Orthopedics based in Oklahoma City will pay $455,000 to settle false claims allegations, according to a News OK report. By Laura Dyrda -
  1. What 3 spine surgeons think about the midterms

    Three spine surgeons weigh on how the midterms may impact the spine arena. By Anuja Vaidya -
  2. A new wave of pain management – 2 Qs with Dr. Niteesh Bharara

    Niteesh Bharara, MD, is a board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation physician and the director of regenerative medicine at Virginia Spine Institute in Reston. By Shayna Korol -
  3. Kuros Biosciences earns patent for osteobiologic technology: 3 notes

    Kuros Biosciences' Dutch subsidiary Kuros Biosciences BV received a U.S. patent. By Shayna Korol -
  4. Intuitive Surgical records $921M in Q3 revenue: 3 things to know

    Intuitive Surgical released its third quarter 2018 financial results. By Shayna Korol -
  1. Skeletal deformity company raises $5.8M: 4 insights

    Synoste raised $5.8 million to launch its smart skeletal deformation correction technology for orthopedic and spine applications. By Shayna Korol -
  2. Top 10 Spine Review articles: Oct. 15-19

    Here are the top 10 most-read articles on Becker's Spine Review from Oct. 15-19. By Shayna Korol -
  3. Stryker extends $1.4B K2M acquisition deadline: 5 key points

    Stryker filed to extend its anti-trust deadline on the $1.4 billion K2M acquisition. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  4. Global spine surgery devices market to reach $2.98B by 2022 –– 9 key companies

    The global spine surgery devices market is anticipated to hit $2.98 billion by 2022, according to a Zion Market Research report. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  5. UPMC Susquehanna welcomes neurosurgeon: 3 highlights

    Philip Hlavac, MD, joined UPMC Susquehanna in Williamsport, Pa., according to Northcentral PA. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  6. Oklahoma spine surgeon recognized as top young physician: 5 details

    Oklahoma City-based spine surgeon Brett Braly, MD, was recognized among SpineLine's '20 Under 40' list of top spine surgeons, according to News OK. By Mackenzie Garrity -
  7. 3 Qs on spine reimbursement challenges and bundled payments with Dr. P. Douglas deHoll

    P. Douglas deHoll, MD, a spine surgeon with Palmetto Health-USC Orthopedic Center in Lexington, S.C., examines the reimbursement environment for spine and where the field is trending in the future. By Laura Dyrda -
  8. Dr. Andrew Schoenfeld: How key trends in healthcare policy intersect with spine

    Andrew J. Schoenfeld, MD, associate professor in the department of orthopedic surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, both based in Boston, as well as deputy editor of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, discusses the biggest trends in spine today and where the field is headed. By Laura Dyrda -
  9. Risk stratification & patient optimization in spine: 3 Qs on opportunities for innovation with Dr. Emmanuel Menga

    Emmanuel Menga, MD, assistant professor in the department of orthopedics and rehabilitation at the University of Rochester (N.Y.) Medical Center, discusses his biggest concerns for the spine field and best opportunities for growth in the future. By Laura Dyrda -

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