June 1999 Bulletin


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Orthopaedists shun clinical research

Future demand for orthopaedic skills to soar

Seeks funds for NIAMS

Congress moves ahead on medical records privacy

Aetna-Prudential deal sparks storm of protests

California seeks PPMC agreement with MedPartners

Suit charges Aetna ads false


Teaching hospitals face "crisis;" blame BBA Medicare cuts

Academy supports NOF health fair, walk

Recruiting up 40%; many practices seek specialists

Arthritis impact underrecognized, says CDC report

BONES gets ready for Year 2000 glitches

Help for Y2K bug

Palm PC's can help coding

Video explores ethical dilemmas in health care

Loan consolidation may ease burden

NIAMS funds 2 core centers

Don't ask for trouble when hiring staff

Orthopaedists bring care to Guatemala

Collective bargaining heads NOLC agenda

NOLC proves power of face-to-face talks on negotiations bill

Senator Arlen Spector honored at the annual meeting of the NIAMS Coalition

'Care' claims not preemted by Medicare act

Computer Link: Millennium bug may be lurking at home

Legal Issues: Physicians can't keep abuse hidden

Coding Corner: Coders must put 'why' into record

'Scope' bills pile up

Security in numbers

Profits in short stays

Across the President's Desk: Who are we? Who do we want to be?

James D. Heckman, MD, named Editor-in Chief, CEO of JBJS

PR, image program to get underway

Point of View: Cumulative trauma: Fact. . .

Point of View: or Fiction? OSHA adds fuel to debate

Recertification meets society's needs

Bone, Joint Decade moves into high gear

Dr. Tipton urges Federation unity

Academy aids Bone and Joint Decade plans

In Memoriam

OSATS valid for basic procedures

Academy offers CME at Special Olympics

Continuing medical education

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