Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. 5 things to know about Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine

    Sharonville, Ohio-based Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is one of the largest orthopedic practices in the U.S.
  2. Orthofix sees 64% increase in Q4 revenue

    Orthofix's fourth quarter sales grew 64%, and its full year revenue rose 62%, according to financial results posted March 5. 
  3. 2 spine companies launching public offering

    Two spine companies launched public offerings since Feb. 26.

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  1. New York orthopedic group experiences data security incident affecting 177K individuals

    Northeast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine recently experienced a data security incident affecting 177,101 individuals. 
  2. Holy Cross Medical Group adds pain management specialist

    Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Holy Cross Medical Group has added interventional pain specialist Giuseppe Paese, DO, according to a March 5 press release sent to Becker's. 
  3. HHS intervention amid Change Healthcare cyberattack a 'welcome first step': AMA

    The American Medical Association praised HHS and CMS for their response to the Change Healthcare cyberattack.
  4. Crozer Health nixes orthopedic ASC plans

    Springfield Township, Pa.-based Crozer Health has nixed plans to reopen its shuttered Springfield campus's emergency department and medical center as an orthopedic ASC, according to a March 5 report from the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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  1. 5 female spine leaders to know

    Here are five female leaders in the spine space to know: 
  2. Surgeons warn of 'overutilization' of spinal fusion

    Spinal fusions are a common option for addressing back pain and spine conditions. But some spine surgeons worry that the procedure could be overdone.
  3. Orlando Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute joins 3 clinical trials

    Orlando (Fla.) Health Jewett Orthopedic Institute is participating in three clinical trials about musculoskeletal care.
  4. Neuroscience pioneer Dr. Mary Bunge dies at 92

    Mary Bunge, PhD, a pioneer in studying spinal cord injuries and restoring movement to millions of paralyzed patients, has died at the age of 92, according to a March 4 report from The New York Times.
  1. Is spine tech advancing too fast?

    Spine surgery innovation accelerated in the years leading up to the pandemic, before slowing as elective procedures halted. Now, companies are launching new products, implants and systems again, with the promise of better outcomes.
  2. Dr. James Voos named NFL Physicians Society president

    James Voos, MD, head team physician for the Cleveland Browns and the Jack and Mary Herrick Distinguished Chair of Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at University Hospitals in Cleveland, has been elected president of the NFL Physicians Society, according to a March 5 report from NBC affiliate WKYC.
  3. OrthoIndy, Franciscan Health to open orthopedic clinic, ASC

    Indianapolis-based OrthoIndy and Mishawaka, Ind.-based Franciscan Health are planning an orthopedic clinic and ASC near West Lafayette, Ind., Building Indiana reported March 5.
  4. Alphatec CFO sells 121K shares of stock

    Alphatec CFO John Koning sold 121,601 shares of company stock on March 1, according to SEC documents. 
  5. Dr. Jeffrey Carlson adds Prodisc C Vivo to practice

    Jeffrey Carlson, MD, performed the first cervical disc replacement with the Prodisc C Vivo implant in the Hampton Roads region in Virginia.
  6. CMS, Ozempic and more: 5 spine, orthopedic surgeon concerns in 2024

    From noncompete clauses to GLP-1 weight loss drugs, several evolving policy and clinical issues are affecting spine and orthopedic surgeons headed into 2024.
  7. Bone Biologics launches $2M public offering

    Bone Biologics, a company focused on spine fusion products, recently announced a $2 million public offering.
  8. 5 women in NBA sports medicine

    In 2016, Diane Dahm, MD, became the only female head orthopedic surgeon for an NBA team, working with the Minnesota Timberwolves. There are still a limited number of female physicians serving North America's 30 NBA teams. 
  9. 5 things to know about University Orthopedics

    East Providence, R.I.-based University Orthopedics is one of the largest orthopedic practices in the U.S. and has achieved some milestones in recent months.

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