Laura Dyrda

Laura Dyrda

The FDA granted 29 orthopedic and spine related clearances in October.

Late on Nov. 13, the Department of Justice filed a complaint that alleges former Sanford Health neurosurgeon Wilson Asfora, MD, profited from performing "aggressive, unnecessary surgeries" and implanting devices from a company he had ownership in, according to the Argus Leader.

Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Sanford Health reached an agreement with the federal government to continue Medicare participation after the health system settled a whistleblower lawsuit alleging one of its neurosurgeons committed fraud, according to KFGO.

Complaints to the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education paint a hostile environment for neurosurgery residents at Detroit Medical Center, according to The Detroit News.

The Steadman Clinic partnered with a private equity-backed orthopedic practice company.

After initially deciding to let its neurosurgery residency program close next year, Detroit Medical Center announced plans on Nov. 13 to attempt to save the program, according to Crain's Detroit Business.

During the third quarter earnings call, Zimmer Biomet President CEO Bryan Hanson touched on several areas of growth for the company, as well as progress on the remediation efforts at its Warsaw (Ind.) North Campus.

Globus Medical reported a 16 percent increase in worldwide sales for the third quarter.

A West Virginia orthopedic surgeon was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to writing fraudulent prescriptions for controlled substances, according to WDTV.

Zimmer Biomet reported a net sales increase during the third quarter of 2019.

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