Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. Former Harbor-UCLA Medical Center orthopedic surgeon was fired: Report

    Los Angeles County's Harbor-UCLA Medical Center fired an orthopedic surgeon accused of misconduct and failure to disclose medical device payments, The Daily Bruin reported April 21. 
  2. AI is 'an essential part of spine': 3 surgeon insights

    Artificial intelligence in healthcare has made great strides despite some concerns about the technology.
  3. Virginia physician completes region's 1st SI joint fusion

    Raj Sureja, MD, an interventional pain management specialist at Orthopaedic & Spine Center in Newport News, Va., performed the first sacroiliac joint fusion in the Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., region with the PainTEQ LinQ SI Joint Stabilization System.

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  1. Meet the head team physicians for all 12 WNBA teams

    All 12 Women's National Basketball Association teams have a team of trained orthopedic surgeons and physicians providing care for them. 
  2. Orthopedic activity heats up in the South: 8 moves in 2 months

    Here are eight orthopedic practice openings, additions, affiliations and partnerships taking place in the South that Becker's has reported on since Feb. 19:
  3. 4 orthopedic powerhouses go international

    Several U.S.-based orthopedic powerhouses have taken their services overseas, providing care in countries including Ireland and Tanzania. 
  4. 2 CMS spine proposals to know

    CMS is proposing two new developments in spine-related coding and payments, the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery said April 17.

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  1. The trend that could define healthcare in 2024

    Technology has the potential to have a major effect on the trajectory of healthcare in 2024.
  2. What 4 orthopedic, spine devicemaker CEOs are paid

    Kevin Lobo and Joaquin Duato are among the highest-paid CEOs of orthopedic medtech companies.
  3. Dr. Keith Meister operates on Philadelphia Flyers player

    Keith Meister, MD, operated on Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen, the team said April 18.
  4. New spine codes to further clarify back pain

    New updates in the family of ICD-10-CM codes will provide further specifications for back pain.
  1. Highest-paying cities, regions for orthopedic surgeons

    The Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, Md., area is the highest-paying metropolitan region for orthopedic surgeons, according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  2. How 3 orthopedic surgeons prepare for a busy day

    For some orthopedic surgeons, an upcoming busy day could mean getting extra sleep, prepping materials the night before and making the most out of each minute at the office.
  3. Where orthopedic surgeons stand on private equity

    Orthopedic surgeons are somewhat divided when it comes to their outlook on private equity in healthcare, with some believing it brings many benefits, while others are a bit more tentative. 
  4. What's going on in spinal tech?

    Here are 10 developments in the world of spinal technology: 
  5. Synthetic devices vs. bone grafts: How complication rates compare in spinal fusions

    Synthetic interbody devices and traditional bone grafts have similar complication rates, but pseudarthrosis can be more common in patients with allografts, according to a study in the May issue of Spine.
  6. Meet the 58 medical providers heading to the 2024 Olympic Games

    Thirty United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee sports medicine staff members and 28 additional medical professionals will travel with Team USA to the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris. 
  7. Vanderbilt orthopedic surgeon faces additional misconduct allegations

    Two legal filings in less than one month have alleged departmental misconduct and employee mistreatment by Nashville, Tenn.-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center orthopedic surgeon and executive Rick Wright, MD, according to an April 17 report from the Nashville Scene. 
  8. 4 recent orthopedic surgery firsts

    Becker's reported on four orthopedic surgery debuts since March 1.
  9. UPMC expands reach in Ireland

    Pittsburgh-based UPMC opened a sports medicine clinic in Ireland in partnership with Mardyke Arena University College Cork. 

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