Becker's Spine Review

Spine Review_November 2023

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Why this orthopedic leader thinks millennials are changing care delivery The needs and preferences of millennials may be the catalyst for change in healthcare delivery. Louis Levitt, MD, vice president of the Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics in Bethesda, Md., shared why. Why mediation is necessary in orthopedic practice- hospital partnerships Smaller orthopedic practices may want to explore partnering with a hospital, but it should be done carefully, according to one surgeon. continued on page 10 continued on page 11 continued on page 6 Are insurance companies determining the future of orthopedics? As the orthopedic industry continues to innovate with new robotic, 3D-printed and GPS-guided navigation options, physicians are concerned that insurance companies won't be open to covering new care options. 15+ STORIES INSIDE Artificial disc market to crack $1B by 2030 p. 13 14 TH ANNUAL MEETING April 8-11, 2024 | Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL April 16-18, 2024 | Virtual Event SAVE THE DATE IN THIS ISSUE: OrthoIndy opens new hospital p. 11 Smaller devicemakers eye mergers in Q3 p. 13 How one state is fighting scope creep p. 16 The cost of physician turnover p. 22 Leadership has its own retention problem p. 22 November 2023 • Vol. 2023 No. 6

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