Service Lines: Ortho's Three Big Questions
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1. What will the increasing subspecialization of the practice of orthopedics mean for the labor supply? How can hospitals meet demands for general orthopedics, especially in areas without enough population to support large orthopedic practices?
2. What are the ramifications if device costs become more transparent?
3. What happens when payers and consumers start to hold the evidence base for many orthopedic procedures in tighter scrutiny?
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