3 must-read Q&As about spine in ASCs

Here are four spine-focused Q&As published in Becker's ASC Review:

1. Dr. Anthony Giuffrida on growing the pain management department at Cantor Spine Institute
Anthony Giuffrida, MD, a pain physician with Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Cantor Spine Institute, discusses his role as head of the pain management department and where he sees the field headed.

2. Why Dr. Robert Masson aims to participate in BPCI Advanced bundled payments for spine
Robert Masson, MD, founder of Masson Spine Institute and director of Ocoee, Fla.-based Orlando Health Health Central Hospital NeuroSpine Center of Excellence, plans to participate in the CMS Medicare Spine BPCI Advanced program. He is working with a convener to participate in the program and will perform participating Medicare cases at Orlando Health Health Central Hospital.

3. The key to successful spine cases in an ASC + key trends in outpatient spine: 4 questions with Dr. Gary P. Cram Jr.
Gary P. Cram Jr., MD, of Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates in Charlotte, N.C., and medical director of Greensboro (N.C.) Specialty Surgery Center, an affiliate of Surgical Care Affiliates, discusses outpatient spine protocols and procedures, and what to expect in the future.

More articles on outpatient spine:
Patient selection, Medicare reimbursement & more — 7 insights on spine surgery in ASCs
Dr. Steven Beer uses OsseoScrew in spine surgery case — 4 insights
Virginia Spine Institute hires Dr. Ehsan Jazini — 3 insights

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