October 1999 Bulletin


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Seek biomarkers to speed tests for new drugs

Court says 'clarifications' free private contracting

GAO hits DOJ on handling of False Claims Act

CMA: Physician groups in trouble

Bill seeks research fund

Genesis files for Chapter 11 for risk contracts

Tips to protect practice from TPA problems

HCV-positive surgeons face dilemma

Are you ready for Y2K?

Sidestep disability insurance mistakes

Shield assets from lawsuits

Past presidents remembered in AAOS display

Bringing hope to amputees

Safari in Africa leads to program of Orthopaedics Overseas

Humanitarian awards

Caps cheer cancer children

Bill would restore physician's role

AMA names new negotiating unit; board members

House doctors buck party

In Brief

Orthopaedists raise awareness of issues

Computer Link: EDI can save money, simplify work

Legal Issues: You have compliance plan, now use it

Academy files amicus curiae on Medicare challenges

Coding Corner: Get paid for 'unlisted procedures'

Musculoskeletal conditions in the U.S.

Bone and Joint decade action builds rapidly

How to promote Bone and Joint Decade

National Action Networks

Communications 101

Doctors learn to SEGUE to good communciations

Ten tips for better communication

Communicating with elderly depends on listening skills

Surgical VR gets real

Across the President's Desk: Name new Washington office director

Point of View: Multidisciplinary team needed for elderly

Point of View: Case management works well, too

Live it up at benefit

Are you ready to play?

New schedule, new features at Annual Meeting

Humanitarian Award

Humanitarian award form

Online CME grows; doctors slow to respond

Continuing medical education

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