April 2001 Bulletin


In the News

Letters to the Editor

AAOS homepage has new look

Geographic variation linked to patients

Practices use hybrid systems to split income

Take a lesson from business

Correcting a medical record is possible

IRS simplifies IRA planning

Bone and Joint Decade fact

NIAMS tells new opportunities for research

Staff team makes physician more efficient

Cultural competency needed

Bone and Joint Decade fact

Practice brochure a beacon for new patients

Reach your patients with your AAOS web site

Seek to ease Medicare rules

Congress votes to kill new OSHA ergonomics rules

AAMC tells concern on Bush's budget plan for FY 2002

States news: In brief

Communicate: How to discuss surgery with your patient

Computer Link: Key to EMR is current transcription process

Coding corner: Compensation possible for preoperative H&P

New coding publications

Legal Issues: Emergency treatment law has stiff penalties

OIG reports

Low-cost marketing can have big returns

Be ready when disaster hits

Balance sheets deciphered

Across the President's Desk: AAOS to meet challenge of new workforce

President opens electronic channel to AAOS members

AAOS urges 15% increase in NIAMS research funding

Point of View: CAM gains wide acceptance by the public

Follow the rules for any clinical research

AAOS approves 6 statements

Orthopaedists build safe, accessible park

Art show celebrates Bone and Joint Decade

AAOS honors three for service, dedication

In Memoriam

Physicians lack skills for computer CME

Continuing medical education

CME calendar online

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