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JointMedica’s Polymotion Hip Resurfacing System Granted Breakthrough Device Designation

Exactech has announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted a Breakthrough Device Designation for JointMedica’s Polymotion Hip Resurfacing System. Exactech, a minority shareholder of JointMedica Limited, is collaborating with the United...

Paragon 28 Expands Soft Tissue Portfolio

Paragon 28 Inc., a medical device company exclusively focused on the foot and ankle orthopedic market, has announced an expansion of its soft-tissue portfolio with the launch of its Grappler Suture Anchor System. The Grappler Suture Anchor System provides surgeons an...

National Medical Billing Services Acquires Medi-Corp Inc.

National Medical Billing Services, a health care revenue cycle management (RCM) company serving the surgical market, has acquired Medi-Corp Inc., a nationwide RCM services provider specializing in anesthesia, ASCs and pain management. “This partnership will further...

Ga. Governor Signs Surgical Smoke Legislation

Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp recently signed several bills designed to benefit health care providers and patients in Georgia. The new laws will also strengthen the state's health care system, according to a news release. One piece of legislation signed into law by...

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 A 2012 Priority for Providers and Policy Makers By William Prentice, Chief Executive Officer, ASCA As 2012 begins, health care professionals, insurance providers, policy makers and others across the country are asking a common question: How can we ensure that...

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Anesthesia Providers and Accreditation

Anesthesia Providers and Accreditation

Anesthesiologists, CRNAs and/or anesthesia assistants play a vital role in the day-to-day operations of an ASC. Many anesthesiologists serve as medical directors, and their presence each and every day has a significant impact on the overall function of the center....

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Putting Patients First in 2012

Putting Patients First in 2012

Every new year, an abundance of news and opinion articles project the trends and changes that health care providers can expect in the coming year. This column takes a different approach. Rather than ask what the providers of outpatient surgical care can expect in...

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