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Subject: Are in-office ancillaries in trouble? 5 key notes | Dr. Gunnar Andersson: Spine's evolution, leadership & life after practice | Zimmer-Biomet acquisition still on edge-5 things to know | Webinar: Improving patient value and outcomes with MIS spine technology
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Feb. 13, 2015
Today's Top Stories
1. Words from the Wise: Dr. Gunnar Andersson on spine surgery's evolution, leadership & life after clinical practice Full story   
2. Are in-office ancillaries in trouble? 5 key notes Full story

3. Zimmer-Biomet acquisition still on edge - 5 things to know about the updated proposal Full story

4. Webinar: Improving Patient Value and Outcomes With Effective MIS Spine Technology. Click here to learn more and register.   

5. 8 of the biggest rebels in healthcare Full story

6. Dr. Andrew Cash performs 1st iFuse at Minimally Invasive Spine Institute - 5 things to know 
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7. Are spine practices prepared for ICD-10 implementation? Please send your response to Anuja Vaidya at
8. 7 things for spine surgeons to know for today Full story 


9. 10 California hospitals penalized from medical errors by state Full story

10. Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. Steven Mather of DuPage Medical Group Full story  


11. Find out how the climate is changing in healthcare and how it impacts your business at the 13th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference + The Future of Spine, June 11-13. Click here to learn more and register.  

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