June 2001 Bulletin


In the News

40 organizations seek to improve hip fracture care

Time spent on patient care may equal time on reports

Rep. Johnson, Rep. Stark seek Medicare changes

NIAMS tells new opportunities for research

AMA CPT panel creates 3 new classifications

States approving bills granting immunity

Can you afford to retire?

HIPAA could mean more computer investments

AMA survey finds physicians' computer usage jumps in 2000

Special Olympics athletes show courage

Bone and Joint Decade fact

Bionic golfers on the greens

AAOS takes eMotion art on U.S. tour

Washington report: Orthopaedists urge support for MERFA bill

Washington report: AAOS supports bipartisan patients' rights legislation

Washington report: Tells of paperwork 'nightmare'

States news: In brief

Communicate: 'Mindful minute'sets stage for trust

Caring, competency, communication builds patient trust

Computer Link: PDAs can boost productivity, cut paperwork

Coding corner: HCFA tells new cast codes

Legal Issues: Business will-not 'if' but 'when'

OKO: Knowledge 24/7-Online publications editorial board 2001

Holding down the overhead

Power of market strategy

Across the President's Desk: Mission and margin: The business of academic medicine

Dr. Canale receives Humanitarian Award for injury prevention programs

AAOS Board of Directors to be restructured

Reports show need for Bone and Joint Decade

Global impact of musculoskeletal conditions is huge, growing

Safe, accessible playgrounds begin to sprout

AAOS extends orthopaedic education globally

Fellowship opens new world for orthopaedist

Orthopaedic Overseas volunteer programs

OLC reputation far reaching

2,550 paper, poster abstracts filed online for Annual Meeting

Some Medicare rules too complex, says IG

Honorary member

In Memoriam

Orthopaedists teach primary care doctors

Continuing medical education

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