AAOS Now, September 2019
Senate Candidate Manny Sethi, MD, Promises To Make a ‘Different Kind of Difference’
Orthopaedic surgeon Manny Sethi, MD, announced his campaign for Tennessee’s open U.S. Senate seat on June 3 and has been endorsed by AAOS’ Orthopaedic Political Action Committee.
Action Is Needed for the Right Solution to Surprise Billing
An article published in the August issue of JAMA Internal Medicine confirmed what many suspected: There has been a recent uptick in both the number of surprise bills patients face after emergency department (ED) admissions and the average potential financial responsibility of such bills for patients.
Your Dollars Invested: How OrthoPAC Makes a Difference
OrthoPAC is a nonpartisan entity that contributes to Democrats, Republicans, Independents, and party committees that share and support its views. By engaging politicians and their staffs, OrthoPAC promotes access to musculoskeletal care and influences health policy.
Osteoporosis and Fragility Fractures: Reinvigorating a National Public Health Priority
On May 15, the Senate Special Committee on Aging issued a Request for Information (RFI) on reducing the risk of falls and fall-related injuries and prominently cited the impact of hip fractures following falls.