Monthly Archives: April 2012

Steps for Spine Surgeons to Avoid Commoditization

Our current reimbursement model assumes all physicians perform equal treatment with the same outcomes because payors reimburse at the same level regardless of the quality of care. However, as spine surgeons know, not every surgeon has the same level of …

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Female skiers likelier to injure non-dominant knee

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Women skiers are more likely than men to injure a knee while skiing, and a new study shows they are about twice as likely to have that injury occur to their non-dominant leg, often the …

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Over 600,000 Macs Infected

Two months ago, a new variant of the Flashback Trojan started exploiting a security hole in Java to silently infect Mac OS X machines. Apple has since patched Java, but this was only yesterday. As of today, more than 600,000 …

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