AAOS Now, May 2016
Managing Your Reputation in a Digital World
Physicians and restaurant owners have at least one thing in common: They both know the exasperation of feeling they are at the mercy of online review sites and the anonymous folks who post judgments of them.
Tips for Evaluating and Obtaining Employment
After spending 10 years in medical school, residency, and fellowship, most new orthopaedists feel appropriately trained to perform surgical procedures. However, little of that education is devoted to some of the most important aspects of the profession, including how to find a job that fits the individual, how to navigate the negotiation process, and how to develop a foundation for a strong practice.
Acronyms 101: Sifting through Alphabet Soup
In this second article of our series we define some of the most prominent acronyms/abbreviations associated with healthcare legislation. Our piece in the March issue described the terms associated with the executive branch of the federal government. Now that we have defined the players in the system, we will list the acronyms associated with the major pieces of legislation that played a role in orthopaedic surgery.