A Changing Landscape

I just returned from the 14th Annual Becker’s Spine, Orthopaedics, and Pain Medicine conference and is there every some drastic changes expected for medicine. The shift in care to outpatient surgery centers where patients can often receive higher quality care, lower infection rates, and smooth, safe operations continues to be source of debate.

Please see the article listed below from Becker’s Spine dated May 2nd, 2016 about how spine surgeon’s can approach a changing landscape in these tumultuous times of medicine.

Becker’s Spine – May 2, 2016. “How should spine surgeon’s approach a shifting landscape”

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