Becker's Spine Review

Becker's July 2020 Spine Review

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July 2020 l Vol. 2020 No. 4 Inside the issue: 10 best hospitals for pediatric neurosurgery p. 6 Where 4 companies stand with spinal robotic tech in mid-2020 p. 12 'Even my customers were upset': Stryker acquired Mako amid criticism and now the investment in robotics is paying off p. 21 Former Stryker, NuVasive executive appointed COO of Nexxt Spine p. 22 Texas hospital suspends $120M spine tower build over economic challenges p. 24 The 'new normal' in spine: 11 surgeon predictions During the pandemic, surgeons and patients are relying more on telehealth and outpatient ASCs for spine care. In this article, 11 spine surgeons outline what they think will change permanently as a result of COVID-19, and what will stay the same. 19 spine surgeon moves p. 6 11 key spine partnerships Despite the pandemic, spine practices and device companies continue to develop strategic partnerships for future growth. Why Rothman Orthopaedics is dropping out of bundles Rothman President Alexander Vaccaro, MD, says the practice has participated in successful bundles for the past 10 years; now the practice is moving on. See the full story on page 10. See the full story on page 11. See the full story on page 28. 45+ STORIES FEATURED INSIDE THE ISSUE BECKER'S SAVE THE DATE JOIN US VIRTUALLY Becker's Hospital Review CHECK OUT OUR UPCOMING VIRTUAL CONFERENCES AND EVENTS!

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