• EmergeOrtho opens new location, adds Dr. Dale Rader

    Durham, N.C.-based EmergeOrtho is expanding its practice and opening a new location in Statesville, N.C., according to an April 10 report from Iredell Free News. 
  • What is the best orthopedic care center in the US? Here's what ChatGPT had to say

    ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot created by research laboratory OpenAI, is now being used nationwide for a variety of functions, from aiding physicians to answering users' questions. 
  • 8 orthopedics billionaires in 2023

    From a Stryker executive to the founder of Globus Medical, eight Americans who earned their wealth from orthopedics- and spine-related ventures have been named to Forbes' annual "World's Billionaires List." 
  • Henry Ford Health appoints Dr. Jonathan Braman as orthopedic chair

    Detroit-based Henry Ford Health appointed orthopedic surgeon and shoulder specialist Jonathan Braman, MD, as its chair and medical director of orthopedic services. 
  • 5 whistleblower suits in the last year

    Here are five notable orthopedic and spine whistleblower lawsuits that Becker's has reported on since February 2022. 
  • 3 moves from Rothman Orthopaedics in 4 weeks

    Here are three moves from Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute that Becker's has reported on since March 14: 
  • Rothman Orthopaedics partners with insurance brokerage firm

    Philadelphia-based Rothman Orthopaedic Institute and Conner Strong & Bucklew, an insurance brokerage and employee benefits consulting firm are partnering to form Rothman Direct.
  • UCF researchers develop bioabsorbable orthopedic implants

    Researchers at Orlando-based University of Central Florida are developing orthopedic implants that are bioabsorbable, according to an April 10 feature from the university.
  • 8 orthopedic, spine practices opening new offices this year

    From New York Bone & Joint Specialists to Mayfield Brain & Spine, here are eight orthopedic and spine practices that have opened or are planning to open new office locations this year. 
  • 10 orthopedic surgeons to know

    Below is a list of 10 orthopedic surgeons who have made a positive impact on their organizations and the profession. 
  • What orthopedic surgeons are most afraid of

    Three orthopedic surgeons connected with Becker's to discuss what they are most afraid of.
  • Sports medicine workforce: 4 stats to know

    There are 3,065 active orthopedic sports medicine surgeons, according to the Association of American Medical College's "2022 Physician Specialty Data Report."
  • Oregon hospital adds Dr. Justin Duke

    Orthopedic surgeon Justin Duke, MD, joined Samaritan Health Services, based in Corvallis, Ore., according to an April 7 report by Newport News Times.
  • 4 medical office buildings making space for orthopedics

    Medical office buildings can house several different medical specialists, including orthopedics. Here are four medical office buildings making space for orthopedic care this year:
  • FDA issues reminder of Exactech recalls

    The FDA issued a reminder about Exactech's recalled joint replacement devices, The Legal Examiner reported April 6.
  • Demographics of an orthopedic workforce: 8 things to know

    The orthopedic workforce has the smallest percentage of female surgeons compared to any other physician specialty, according to 2022 data from the Association of American Medical Colleges, with women making up only 5.9 percent of the active workforce. 
  • Dr. Michelle Carlson operates on NBA player

    Michelle Carlson, MD, performed wrist surgery on Naz Reid, a player for the Minnesota Timberwolves in the National Basketball Association, on April 5 in New York City.
  • States ranked by 2023 orthopedic residency matches

    One hundred percent of open orthopedic residency spots were filled in 2023, with New York filling the most open slots, according to data from the National Resident Matching Program.
  • 7 states without an orthopedic residency program

    There are seven states in the U.S. without an accredited orthopedic residency program, according to 2023 data from the National Resident Matching Program. 
  • Panel OKs 115,000-square-foot UAMS orthopedic center

    The Springdale (Ark.) Planning Commission has approved development plans for the Northwest Arkansas Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine of Little Rock-based University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, according to an April 5 report from the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. 

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