Here are six orthopedic surgeons making headlines.
Medscape assessed physician burnout and depression rates in its "National Physician Burnout & Depression Report 2018." The survey included 15,000-plus physicians across 29 specialties.
Phoenix-based OrthoArizona's Arizona Orthopedic Associates and Arizona Hand & Wrist divisions are merging and moving to a new orthopedic facility in Arcadia, Ariz., on Jan. 29.
Kevin Marberry, MD, returned to Kirksville, Miss.-based Northeast Regional Orthopedics & Sports Medicine after two years at a multispecialty orthopedic group in Wichita, Kan., the Kirksville Daily Express reports.
Medscape asked 15,000-plus physicians across 29 specialties about their experiences with burnout and depression.

6. 10 orthopedic surgeon leaders to know

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Here are 10 orthopedic surgeon leaders to know.
Philadelphia-based Penn Orthopaedics and Princeton (N.J.) Orthopedic Associates are teaming up to provide cross-state care, according to Philadelphia Business Journal.
Former HHS Secretary Tom Price, MD, will now serve on Jackson Healthcare's advisory board.
The U.S. Senate Finance Committee approved Alex Azar's nomination to become the new HHS secretary, Medscape reports.
Michael Oberlander, MD, is the founder, president and CMO of Trainer Rx, a web app that provides novel telehealth solutions to orthopedic specialists. He developed a new telerehabiliation platform for the app that focuses on workers’ compensation related procedures.
The Office of the Inspector General posted an Advisory Opinion on a multispecialty physician group's arrangement with a hospital to find cost-savings in neurosurgical services related to spinal fusions.
New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery partnered with Dallas-based Tenet Healthcare and United Surgical Partners International, a Tenet subsidiary, to develop an orthopedic care center in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Mark Montgomery, MD, of Santa Barbara (Calif.) Cottage Hospital, is among the victims of the recent mudslides throughout Southern California, according to KSBY.
Darrell G. Kirch, MD, president and CEO of Association of American Medical Colleges, has plans to leave his post.
Here are five orthopedic surgeons making headlines.
Robert Zehr, MD, celebrated the 10th anniversary of Naples, Fla.-based Zehr Center for Orthopaedics.
Medscape published its “2018 Physician Lifestyle & Happiness Report” which surveyed physicians on a variety of lifestyle factors including vacation time.
Steven Haas, MD, chief of knee services at New York City-based Hospital for Special Surgery, joined OrthAlign’s executive surgeon council advisory board.
Parkersburg, W.Va.-based PARS Brain and Spine Institute unveiled a new diner in its building, according to The News Center.
OrthoVirginia tapped Lynne Robinson and Justin Zakia to serve as chief administrative officers at Richmond, Va.-based OrthoVirginia and Fairfax, Va.-based OrthoVirginia, respectively.
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