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Published 4/1/2015

AAOS Brings Annual Meeting to You

On-demand webcasts enable anytime, anywhere viewing

From anywhere in the world—and at any time of the day or night—AAOS members can benefit from the outstanding educational presentations of the AAOS 2015 Annual Meeting. Through June 30, 2015, AAOS members can “attend” selected symposia via webcasts.

These symposia provide a rich overview and multiple viewpoints on today’s hottest topics, presented by surgeons who are shaping the future of the orthopaedic specialty.

The following symposia are available for on-demand viewing:

  • Introducing Spine Imaging and Navigation Technology to Your Practice—What is Available? Why Do I Need It? How Do I Pay for It? (E) Moderated by Matthew E. Oetgen, MD
  • It’s 2015—Can We Answer Any Controversies in Shoulder Surgery Yet? (H) Moderated by William N. Levine, MD
  • Hot Topics and Controversies in Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty (W) Moderated by Paul F. Lachiewicz, MD
  • Hand Surgery Update: Treatment Recommendations for Common Hand and Wrist Injuries and Afflictions (U) Moderated by John S. Taras, MD
  • Controversies in Shoulder Arthroplasty (X) Moderated by Thomas (Quin) Throckmorton, MD
  • How I Perform a Primary and a Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty (Y) Moderated by Keith R. Berend, MD, and Thomas K. Fehring, MD
  • Articulations in Total Joint Replacement: Have We Lost Our Bearings? (Z) Moderated by William M. Mihalko, MD, PhD
  • Orthopaedic Surgery in the Digital Age: Using Social Media and the Internet to Improve Patient Care and Grow Your Practice (A) Moderated by Robert Hyun Cho, MD
  • Why Can’t We All Get Along: Solving a Growing Gap in EMR Satisfaction between Clinicians and IT Professionals (B) Moderated by Khaled J. Saleh, MD, MSc, FRCSC, FACS
  • Evidence, Quality, Costs, and Reimbursement: Connecting the Dots (K) Moderated by David Jevsevar, MD, MBA
  • Men, Women, and Quality: Targeting Success in Patient Care and Satisfaction Metrics (N) Moderated by Rachel Samantha Rohde, MD

AAOS members who attended the 2015 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas can extend their educational experience by viewing symposia they were unable to attend or wish to review again. AAOS members who could not attend the meeting can now benefit from some of the most important ideas and breakthroughs shared at the AAOS 2015 Annual Meeting.

These webcasts are offered free to AAOS members; nonmembers will be charged $79 for on-demand viewing of all 11 webcasts. Unlimited viewing is available through June 30, 2015.

Register to “attend” these on-demand webcasts at www.aaos.org/amwebcasts