October 1998 Bulletin


Late breaking news

Letters to the Editor

What's new on Academy home page

U.S. says union formed illegal boycott on fees

Court dismisses most pedicle screw cases

New century to open with Decade of Bone and Joint

NIH video promotes women in medical careers

OSGA sees plan to curb needle-sticks

Patients armed to discuss treatments

Patients need personalized attention

When firing an employee is needed

. . .and when it may be wrong

How to measure productivity

BONES experts help solo, small practices

Practices hang 'shingles' on Internet web sites

FDA reclassifies pedicle screw

ERISA changes stalled by 'politics of the possible'

Symposium on regulation

New biomaterials law protects supply

Academy tells HCFA proposed fee schedule revisions need fine tuning

IG to scale back audits

IG says U.S. not treating errors as fraudulent acts

Orthopaedists take part in political process

Patient protections vary widely in U.S.

Computer Link: Protecting data is worth cost, effort

How to access Federal Register

Legal Issues: HIV rulings go beyond disability law

Coding Corner: How to code for traumatic fractures

Ready to retire?

Recruit without regrets

Crossing the barriers

Across the President's Desk: Academy's primary mission is continuing medical education

Annual Meeting changes to aid members

Academy reaffirms commitment to skills education

Academy Treasurer's Report

32 states require CME credits

1999 Annual Meeting provides CME credits

Academy gets 4-year reaccreditation

Continuing Medical Education calendar

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