State societies get on the Web

By Jim Ogle

New tool a boon for smaller groups

Creating and maintaining a dynamic Web presence isn’t easy—especially for many smaller state orthopaedic societies that don’t have a Web site budget or the requisite technical expertise. To overcome those obstacles and enable smaller orthopaedic societies to create and maintain their own association Web site, the AAOS launched a new program last December.

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