Today's Top 20 Stories
  1. St. Luke's holds ribbon-cutting for new orthopedic center

    Boise, Idaho-based St. Luke's has cut the ribbon on its new Orthopedics & Sports Medicine facility, according to a Feb. 8 report from Idaho News. 
  2. 3 orthopedic surgeons join Azra Care advisory board

    Musculoskeletal artificial intelligence software provider Azra Care has added three orthopedic surgeons to its clinical advisory board. 
  3. What's on the horizon for independent orthopedic practices?

    In an increasingly consolidated landscape, independent orthopedic practices must get creative to stay afloat. 

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  1. To buy or not to buy? How ASCs should approach spine robots

    Spine surgery robots have the advantage of assisting physicians with procedure planning and increased precision and can bolster patient recovery.
  2. UNC Health spine center earns 2nd seal of approval

    Morganton, N.C.-based UNC Health Blue Ridge's spine center has earned The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval for the second time, according to a Feb. 8 report from The News Herald. 
  3. The orthopedic practices facing data breach lawsuits

    Cyberattacks come with several risks to orthopedic practices, from shut-down computer systems to patient lawsuits. 
  4. MidJersey Orthopaedics building sells for $10.5M

    A Bridgewater, N.J.-based medical office building anchored by MidJersey Orthopaedics has sold for $10.5 million, according to a Feb. 8 report from NJBiz.

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  1. Barrow Brain and Spine opens office in Arizona hospital

    Phoenix-based Barrow Brain in Spine opened an office at HonorHealth Sonoran Crossing Medical Center in the same city, AZ Big Media reported Feb. 8.
  2. Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery systems down

    All external computer systems at Vancouver, Wash.-based Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery have been shut down since Feb. 5, according to a Feb. 8 report from The Columbian. 
  3. Arkansas system opens orthopedic clinic

    Benton, Ark.-based Saline Clinics has opened a new facility specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine, according to a Feb. 7 report from My Saline.
  4. Meet the leadership team of Hospital for Special Surgery

    Hospital for Special Surgery, an academic medical center focused on musculoskeletal health, was first incorporated in 1863 in New York City. The system's hospital has been named the No. 1 orthopedic hospital for 14 years in a row by U.S. News and World Report.
  1. Stryker vs. Zimmer Biomet vs. Johnson & Johnson: How they compare in Q4 2023

    Stryker, Johnson & Johnson and Zimmer Biomet posted their fourth-quarter financial results for 2023 and data on their orthopedic sales.
  2. Stryker family named among richest in America

    The Stryker family, heirs of the orthopedic medtech company Stryker, have been named among the richest families in America, beating out legacy names like Rockefeller and Kennedy, according to a Feb. 8 report from Forbes. 
  3. Zimmer Biomet sees Q4, 2023 sales rise

    Zimmer Biomet on Feb. 8 posted fourth-quarter sales of $1.9 billion.
  4. The future of pain management in spine

    Pain management and spine surgery work hand in hand and their use is evolving, some spine physicians say. 
  5. North Carolina spine surgeon performs first dualLIF case

    Vincent Rossi, MD, recently completed his first case using Amplify Surgical's dualLIF technology.
  6. 5 spine practices to know

    Here are five spine centers to know:
  7. Globus Medical, NuVasive merger: A timeline

    In September, spine tech companies Globus Medical and NuVasive finalized a merger that valued NuVasive at $3.1 billion. 
  8. Private equity trends 4 surgeons are watching

    Private equity is a huge influence in many sectors of the healthcare industry, and orthopedics are no exception.
  9. 3 orthopedic layoffs in 30 days: What it could mean for 2024

    Healthcare layoffs were up 421% in January from the month prior, signaling the start of a potentially rocky year for the industry. 

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