April 2000 Bulletin


In the News

Letters to the Editor

AAOS offers free Internet web sites to members

AAOS tells OSHA delay action until evidence stronger

Review reveals common elements in malpractice

Reimbursement trend: E/M up, surgery down

California No. 1 for job seekers, job opportunities

Preferred states

Number and density of orthopaedic surgeons by state, 1998

Managed care penetration, 1992-1998

HIPAA is coming; get busy

AAOS, 16 others sue HHS on SGR calculation

MODEMS program terminated

Texas negotiating rules in negotiation

He swaps scrubs for Dodgers uniform

Good, bad, ugly communication on tape

Caution on reporting urged

HHS proposed rule on health record privacy too complex

Clinton budget expands research

States news: In brief

Bone and Joint Decade recognized in 16 states

Computer Link: Getting the most from office computers

Legal Issues: How to end a patient relationship

Coding corner: HCFA creates new HCPCS for 2000

OIG opens safe harbors

Two lives devoted to others

Across the President's Desk: AAOS-C3 and C6-alive and well

AAOS launches PSA campaign on orthopaedics

Meaningful dialogue is good medicine

Point of View: Don't shun nonsurgical fracture care


ASAE names L. E. Rosenthal to Fellows group

Global Monitor Project gets underway

In Memoriam

Class begins at online 'campus'

Continuing medical education

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