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#17 Policy in Practice: Threats to Orthopaedics in 2021

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#17 Policy in Practice: Threats to Orthopaedics in 2021

Douglas Lundy, MD, MBA, FAAOS, Chair, AAOS Advocacy Council
March 30, 2021

#17 Policy in Practice: Threats to Orthopaedics in 2021

Prior authorization paperwork, insurance battles over setting of care, and EHR documentation challenges are just a few of the many ways that government policies can stand in the way of patient care. In this episode with new AAOS Advocacy Council Chair Douglas W. Lundy, MD, MBA, FAAOS, we discuss the threats we’re fighting in 2021 and how these rules and regulations impact orthopaedic surgery from Capitol Hill to the operating room.

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Host: Kristen Coultas, AAOS Advocacy Communications Director

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