March/April 2011 Issue of Becker's Orthopedic & Spine Review

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March/April 2011 Issue

100 of the Best Spine Surgeons and Specialists in America

This list is sponsored by joimax®. joimax® is an innovative medical technology company dedicates itself to combined surgical technologies, particularly to minimally invasive spinal procedures ("joined minimal access technologies"). Click to continue »

4 Solutions to Common Reasons Why Orthopedic Surgeons Lose Money

In an age where many orthopedic practices are experiencing shrinking revenues and a decreasing patient base, the physicians at Orlin & Cohen Orthopedic Associates in Rockville Centre, N.Y., have been able to meet these challenges head-on. Click to continue »

Orthopedic and Spine Surgeon Compensation: How Does Your Subspecialty Stack Up?

Although orthopedics remains one of the most highly compensation specialties within medicine, the compensation of orthopedic and spine specialists varied widely in 2010. Click to continue »

Publisher’s Letter: March 2011

We hope you find the content of this March/April issue of Becker’s Orthopedic & Spine Review valuable. Click to continue »

Spinal Fusions Face an Uncertain Future

In December, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina announced beginning Jan. 1, the company would no longer cover lumbar fusions for patients with degenerative disc disease. Click to continue »

4 Ways Sports Medicine Physicians Can Stay Ahead

As the healthcare industry enters into a new year, there are several significant changes that will take effect and change the traditional delivery of patient care. Click to continue »

8 New Studies Impacting Sports Medicine

Here are eight new studies impacting sports medicine. These studies were published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine unless otherwise noted. Click to continue »

Orthopedic and Spine Device Industry Post-Reform: 6 Challenges

In the wake of healthcare reform and a poor economy, orthopedic and spine device companies face several challenges over the next year. Click to continue »

Physician-Hospital Contracting – A Compliance Approach

The federal government has greatly increased its regulatory efforts related to investigating, prosecuting and combating healthcare fraud. Click to continue »

20 Headline-Making Orthopedic and Spine Surgeons

James Andrews, MD, of the American Sports Medicine Institute in Birmingham, Ala., performed knee surgery on Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Terrell Owens for torn cartilage in his left knee. Click to continue »

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