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Feature Articles

  • Arthroscopy/Soft Tissue Companies Address Knee, Shoulder Repair

    Written By: Hannah Corcoran | Posted in Research to Reality | Apr 2016

    The call for simple, minimally invasive techniques to meet patient and surgeon requests is an established trend in the arthroscopy and soft tissue market. Here’s what four device companies, from start-up to large player, are doing in response. Read on>>
  • Diversify and Protect Revenue Streams with Orthopaedic Urgent Care

    Written By: Chris Mosby | Posted in Practice Management Solutions | Apr 2016

    Faced with declining margins in the orthopaedic industry and reimbursement coding changes, independent surgeons need to diversify their practices to protect existing revenue and develop new streams. One way to do that is by aligning with or opening an urgent care center. Read on>>
  • Trauma Surgeon Incorporates Calcium Phosphate in Trauma Device Delivery

    Written By: Hannah Corcoran | Posted in Surgeon as Entrepreneur | Apr 2016

    Thomas “Toney” Russell, M.D., brought to life his concept of implanting trauma devices with calcium phosphate material despite skepticism from colleagues and regulatory obstacles. Read on>>
  • Trauma Surgeon and Public Health Consultant Receives AAOS Humanitarian Award

    Written By: Hannah Corcoran | Posted in Giving Back | Apr 2016

    Richard A. Gosselin, M.D. received the AAOS 2016 Humanitarian Award for 36 years of work abroad as an orthopaedic surgeon and public health consultant, focused on global teaching and training, orthopaedic research and advocacy. Read on>>
  • CJR and the Rise of Bundled Payments Drive Conversations at AAOS

    Written By: Carolyn LaWell | Posted in Health Reform Watch | Mar 2016

    The advent of Medicare's Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement program fueled AAOS Annual Meeting conversations regarding the best response by industry to bundled payment reimbursement models, including those that extend beyond joint reconstruction. Read on>>

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Transparent Pricing Model Boosts Surgery Center's Business

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Surgeon as Entrepreneur

Shoulder Surgeon Creates Value-Based Company

Tensor Surgical was formed in 2012 to meet head-on the push for value and improved outcomes. ...

Giving Back

Orthopaedic Surgeon Works to Rebuild Haiti's Access to Care

Terry Dietrich, M.D., an orthopaedic surgeon, co-founded Orthopedic Ministries of the Caribbean after years of service to patients in need. The organi ...

Research to Reality

AAOS 2016 Recap: 30 New Products to Know

Stakeholders in the orthopaedic industry face myriad uncertainties, stemming from declining reimbursement, emerging payment models and an aging popula ...

Practice Management Solutions

Developing a Roadmap for Service Line Optimization and Business Strategy

Many orthopaedic organizations want to optimize service lines and reassess business strategies, but don’t know where to begin. Before you create new ...

Health Reform Watch

Focus on Utilization, Outcomes Data Drives Success in Outpatient Joint Reconstruction

The number of joint replacement surgeries performed in the outpatient setting is growing. Success in this model is dependent upon patient selection, d ...