Navigating patient access to new spine technology — The role of a Medical Science Liaison

Megan Wood -   Print  |

A new role in spine focuses on bringing new medical device technology to patients.

During a Paradigm Spine-sponsored webinar, Hallett Mathews, MD, MBA, New York City-based Paradigm Spine's chief medical officer, and Devon Billeter, Paradigm Spine's Midwest/Central US Medical Science Liaison, will highlight how the Medical Science Liaison could be a resourceful and educational tool within any setting of care.

 

Paradigm Spine unveiled its Medical Science Liaison role with the intention of supporting the front, middle and back office in any site of service, with the goal of increasing patient access to new spine technologies and surgical treatment options.

 

Dr. Mathews and Ms. Billeter will offer their expertise on identifying the right patient based on disease state,and emphasize the importance of providing evidence-based, medically necessary treatment for indicated lumbar spinal stenosis patients across the disease spectrum.

 

Spine surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, billers and ambulatory surgical center directors will stand to benefit most from this timely and insightful discussion.

 

To register for the webinar on March 29, 2017, from 12-1 p.m. CT, click here.

 

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