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From the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons
2020 CalendarFOCAL

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Moderator:  Kevin D. Planchar, MD, MPH
Recorded September 29, 2020.

Description

Enhanced technologies including three-dimensional planning and printing, patient-specific instruments and implants, computer-assisted surgical instruments and robotic surgery have revolutionized hip and knee arthroplasty. This webinar will review the advantages and disadvantages of each of these technologies to allow the arthroplasty surgeon to successfully integrate them into their current practice.

Objectives

  1. Identify the principles of three-dimensional evaluation of patient anatomy to develop an appropriate surgical plan to optimize patient outcomes.
  2. Analyze evidence-based studies on patient-specific instruments and implants and apply the results to clinical scenarios.
  3. Compare the various technologies in robotic-assisted hip and knee arthroplasty to facilitate implementation in the operating room.
  4. Discuss the role of enhanced technologies and how to implement in a cost effective way for patients, your practice, and your hospital.

Presentations

    1. Three-Dimensional Planning: Is This Now the Norm?
      Dr. Michael CrossMichael B. Cross, MD 
      is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Assistant Scientist at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Dr. Cross received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University with a double major in Chemistry and Mathematics. He then completed medical training at Vanderbilt University, where he graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Dr. Cross did his residency training at the Hospital for Special Surgery, where he was awarded the Distinguished House Staff Award from New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Russell Warren Basic Science Research Award, and the Jean McDaniel Award. He went on to complete his fellowship training at Rush University, where he won the Jorge Galante Award for excellence in research, and the Frank Stinchfield award from The Hip Society. Currently, Dr. Cross is a member of the Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Service (ARJR), where he serves as the Chief of Research , Co-Medical Director for HSS Westchester, chairman of the Curriculum Committee, member of the Residency Leadership Group, and Director of Research for the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers (ISOC). Dr. Cross has been invited as faculty at national and international meetings including Current Concepts in Joint Replacement (CCJR), Chinese Orthopaedic Association (COA), London Knee Meeting, and American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS).
    2. Patient Specific Instruments and Implants: Is There a Role?
      Dr. Denis NamDenis Nam, MD
      is currently serving as the Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Hip and Knee Reconstruction and Replacement Rush University Medical Center. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and pre-medicine from Yale University, New Haven, Conn. and his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago. He went on to complete his residency and adult reconstruction and joint replacement fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery, New York. He then completed a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research and Investigation while at the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis. He has authored more than 150 peer-reviewed articles and 10 book chapters. Dr. Nam is an active member of AAOS and AAHKS. Dr. Nam has also been appointed a member of the AAOS Hip, Knee, & Adult Reconstruction Evaluation Committee, the AAOS Adult Reconstruction Knee Program Committee and a member of the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction Digital Media Committee. Dr. Nam is a member of both The Knee Society and The Hip Society. Most recently, Dr. Nam was elected to the Board of Directors of AAHKS.
    3. Robotics in Arthroplasty – Current Offerings and Their Potential
      Dr. Fares HaddadFares S. Haddad, MD is a Hip and Knee Reconstructive Orthopaedic and Sports Surgeon at University College Hospitals (UCH) in London. He is Divisional Clinical Director of Surgical Specialties at UCH, and Director of the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health at University College London. He graduated from the University College London Hospitals with a First Class BSc and MB BS. His basic training in hip and knee surgery and reconstruction started in London on the St Bartholomew’s, Royal Free and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotations and was subsequently enhanced by fellowship training in the United States and Canada. He was the gold medalist in the FRCS (Orth) exam and has gained a large number of prizes and prestigious academic awards. He has been an EFORT Travelling Fellow, British Hip Society Travelling Fellow and ABC Travelling Fellow in 2004. He became a Hunterian Professor in 2005. Professor Haddad’s clinical and research endeavors have centered around hip and knee reconstruction. He has presented and published widely (over 600 peer reviewed publications) on key aspects of hip, knee and sports surgery and continues to lead a clinical research group with interests in hip and knee joint reservation after injury, prosthetic design and performance and outcomes measurement after hip and knee surgery and sports injuries. He is editor in chief of the Bone and Joint Journal. Professor Haddad served as the musculoskeletal lead at the 2012 London Olympics and runs the IOC research center at ISEH. He is chief medical officer for the NFL in the UK.
    4. How to Introduce New Technologies into Your Practice
      Dr. Matthew AbdelMatthew P. Abdel, MD
      is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Chair of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery Research, Vice Chair in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, and Consultant in the Division of Adult Reconstruction at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Dr. Abdel also has a joint appointment in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Internal Medicine. He completed his adult hip and knee reconstruction fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He then completed the Müller Foundation/Hip Society European Fellowship in Hip Surgery, visiting multiple centers in Europe. Dr. Abdel completed his internship and residency at the Mayo Clinic. In addition, he received his Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences from the Mayo Graduate School. In 2017, he completed the Insall Traveling Fellowship. As Director of the Genetic Host Variation Laboratory, his research focuses on the genetic expression profiles of people predisposed to arthrofibrosis through the use of both animal models and human trials. For his research, Dr. Abdel is the Principal Investigator of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 grant to study arthrofibrosis after total knee arthroplasty (2018 – 2022). His work has received the AAHKS Lawrence D. Dorr Surgical Techniques & Technologies Award (2019 and 2018), Hip Society Aufranc Award (2017), Knee Society Coventry Award (2019 and 2014), and OREF Grant (2017). He has authored over 275 peer-reviewed publications and 75 book chapters. Dr. Abdel is a member of The Knee Society and was recently elected to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) Board of Directors (2020 – 2022).
    5. Dr. Kevin PlancherCases, Discussion, Q&A
      Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH
      is a Clinical Professor in Orthopaedics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the Fellowship Director for an ACGME-accredited sports medicine fellowship. He earned his Bachelor of Science in chemistry and biochemistry from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. He then went on to earn his Master of Science in Physiology and Doctorate in Medicine from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Dr. Plancher completed his residency at Harvard University’s Combined Orthopaedic program. He then went on to complete two post-graduate fellowships, one in hand and microvascular surgery (The Indiana Hand Center) and the other in sports medicine and reconstruction of the shoulder and knee (The Steadman Hawkins Clinic). Most recently, he completed his Master of Public Health degree at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. He is honored to serve on the AAOS Board of Directors with his appointment in March 2020 as BOS Chair-Elect.

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Webinar Recordings

Practice Management

Enhanced Technologies in Hip and Knee Arthroplasty: Impact on Current Practice

Moderator:  Kevin D. Planchar, MD, MPH
Recorded September 29, 2020.

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Description

Enhanced technologies including three-dimensional planning and printing, patient-specific instruments and implants, computer-assisted surgical instruments and robotic surgery have revolutionized hip and knee arthroplasty. This webinar will review the advantages and disadvantages of each of these technologies to allow the arthroplasty surgeon to successfully integrate them into their current practice.

Objectives

  1. Identify the principles of three-dimensional evaluation of patient anatomy to develop an appropriate surgical plan to optimize patient outcomes.
  2. Analyze evidence-based studies on patient-specific instruments and implants and apply the results to clinical scenarios.
  3. Compare the various technologies in robotic-assisted hip and knee arthroplasty to facilitate implementation in the operating room.
  4. Discuss the role of enhanced technologies and how to implement in a cost effective way for patients, your practice, and your hospital.

Presentations

    1. Three-Dimensional Planning: Is This Now the Norm?
      Dr. Michael CrossMichael B. Cross, MD 
      is an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and Assistant Scientist at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Dr. Cross received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University with a double major in Chemistry and Mathematics. He then completed medical training at Vanderbilt University, where he graduated as a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Dr. Cross did his residency training at the Hospital for Special Surgery, where he was awarded the Distinguished House Staff Award from New York Presbyterian Hospital, the Russell Warren Basic Science Research Award, and the Jean McDaniel Award. He went on to complete his fellowship training at Rush University, where he won the Jorge Galante Award for excellence in research, and the Frank Stinchfield award from The Hip Society. Currently, Dr. Cross is a member of the Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement Service (ARJR), where he serves as the Chief of Research , Co-Medical Director for HSS Westchester, chairman of the Curriculum Committee, member of the Residency Leadership Group, and Director of Research for the International Society of Orthopaedic Centers (ISOC). Dr. Cross has been invited as faculty at national and international meetings including Current Concepts in Joint Replacement (CCJR), Chinese Orthopaedic Association (COA), London Knee Meeting, and American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS).
    2. Patient Specific Instruments and Implants: Is There a Role?
      Dr. Denis NamDenis Nam, MD
      is currently serving as the Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Division of Hip and Knee Reconstruction and Replacement Rush University Medical Center. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and pre-medicine from Yale University, New Haven, Conn. and his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago. He went on to complete his residency and adult reconstruction and joint replacement fellowship at Hospital for Special Surgery, New York. He then completed a Master of Science degree in Clinical Research and Investigation while at the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis. He has authored more than 150 peer-reviewed articles and 10 book chapters. Dr. Nam is an active member of AAOS and AAHKS. Dr. Nam has also been appointed a member of the AAOS Hip, Knee, & Adult Reconstruction Evaluation Committee, the AAOS Adult Reconstruction Knee Program Committee and a member of the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction Digital Media Committee. Dr. Nam is a member of both The Knee Society and The Hip Society. Most recently, Dr. Nam was elected to the Board of Directors of AAHKS.
    3. Robotics in Arthroplasty – Current Offerings and Their Potential
      Dr. Fares HaddadFares S. Haddad, MD is a Hip and Knee Reconstructive Orthopaedic and Sports Surgeon at University College Hospitals (UCH) in London. He is Divisional Clinical Director of Surgical Specialties at UCH, and Director of the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health at University College London. He graduated from the University College London Hospitals with a First Class BSc and MB BS. His basic training in hip and knee surgery and reconstruction started in London on the St Bartholomew’s, Royal Free and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotations and was subsequently enhanced by fellowship training in the United States and Canada. He was the gold medalist in the FRCS (Orth) exam and has gained a large number of prizes and prestigious academic awards. He has been an EFORT Travelling Fellow, British Hip Society Travelling Fellow and ABC Travelling Fellow in 2004. He became a Hunterian Professor in 2005. Professor Haddad’s clinical and research endeavors have centered around hip and knee reconstruction. He has presented and published widely (over 600 peer reviewed publications) on key aspects of hip, knee and sports surgery and continues to lead a clinical research group with interests in hip and knee joint reservation after injury, prosthetic design and performance and outcomes measurement after hip and knee surgery and sports injuries. He is editor in chief of the Bone and Joint Journal. Professor Haddad served as the musculoskeletal lead at the 2012 London Olympics and runs the IOC research center at ISEH. He is chief medical officer for the NFL in the UK.
    4. How to Introduce New Technologies into Your Practice
      Dr. Matthew AbdelMatthew P. Abdel, MD
      is Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Chair of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery Research, Vice Chair in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, and Consultant in the Division of Adult Reconstruction at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. Dr. Abdel also has a joint appointment in the Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Internal Medicine. He completed his adult hip and knee reconstruction fellowship at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. He then completed the Müller Foundation/Hip Society European Fellowship in Hip Surgery, visiting multiple centers in Europe. Dr. Abdel completed his internship and residency at the Mayo Clinic. In addition, he received his Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences from the Mayo Graduate School. In 2017, he completed the Insall Traveling Fellowship. As Director of the Genetic Host Variation Laboratory, his research focuses on the genetic expression profiles of people predisposed to arthrofibrosis through the use of both animal models and human trials. For his research, Dr. Abdel is the Principal Investigator of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 grant to study arthrofibrosis after total knee arthroplasty (2018 – 2022). His work has received the AAHKS Lawrence D. Dorr Surgical Techniques & Technologies Award (2019 and 2018), Hip Society Aufranc Award (2017), Knee Society Coventry Award (2019 and 2014), and OREF Grant (2017). He has authored over 275 peer-reviewed publications and 75 book chapters. Dr. Abdel is a member of The Knee Society and was recently elected to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) Board of Directors (2020 – 2022).
    5. Dr. Kevin PlancherCases, Discussion, Q&A
      Kevin D. Plancher, MD, MPH
      is a Clinical Professor in Orthopaedics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. He is the Fellowship Director for an ACGME-accredited sports medicine fellowship. He earned his Bachelor of Science in chemistry and biochemistry from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. He then went on to earn his Master of Science in Physiology and Doctorate in Medicine from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Dr. Plancher completed his residency at Harvard University’s Combined Orthopaedic program. He then went on to complete two post-graduate fellowships, one in hand and microvascular surgery (The Indiana Hand Center) and the other in sports medicine and reconstruction of the shoulder and knee (The Steadman Hawkins Clinic). Most recently, he completed his Master of Public Health degree at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. He is honored to serve on the AAOS Board of Directors with his appointment in March 2020 as BOS Chair-Elect.

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Only AAHKS members will receive an automated update to their CME transcript in the AAHKS member portal for this webinar.

Practice Made Perfect: Tips to Modernize Your Practice
Moderator:  Anna R. Cohen-Rosenblum, MD
Date Recorded: June 17, 2020
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Description

This webinar from members of the AAHKS Women in Arthroplasty Committee is designed to help orthopaedic surgeons at every career stage and employment model improve their practice through enhanced utilization of technology and understanding of the changing healthcare system and workforce environment in the age of COVID19. Panelists will discuss ways to use technology to enhance both patient care and self-promotion, tips on maximizing office, hospital, and operating room efficiency, why it is important to embrace the concepts of wellness and diversity in order to improve your bottom line, and how orthopaedic surgeons who are pregnant and their colleagues can effectively approach maternity leave and returning to work after baby.

Objectives

  • Learn effective ways to use social media, videos and podcasts to enhance your practice.
  • Learn how to implement and standardize, hospital, office and operating room protocols to increase efficiency, as well as increase productivity with physician extenders and employed support teams.
  • Understand how creating a culture of wellness and encouraging workforce diversity can decrease turnover, better reflect the makeup of your patient population and improve your bottom line.
  • Learn how to navigate the complexity of maternity leave and return to work in a variety of workplace settings.

Presentations

1. Introduction

Dr. Anna Cohen-RosenblumAnna R. Cohen-Rosenblum, MD  is currently an Assistant Professor at Louisiana State University. She received her bachelor of arts degree in Classical Archaeology from Harvard University and her medical degree from Albany Medical College. She received her master of science degree in Skeletal Archaeology from University College London. She completed her orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Chicago and her fellowship in hip and knee arthroplasty at the University of Virginia. Dr. Cohen-Rosenblum serves on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Arthroplasty and Arthroplasty Today. She is a member of the AAHKS Young Arthroplasty Group Committee and a volunteer for the AAHKS Women in Arthroplasty Committee.

2. Harnessing Technology: Patient Engagement Apps, Telemedicine, Social Media

Dr. Kim TuckerKimberly K. Tucker, MD is an arthroplasty surgeon with Northwest Allied Bone and Joint in Tucson. She received her bachelor of science degree in microbiology and her medical degree from The University of Arizona where she also completed her orthopaedic surgery residency. Dr. Tucker’s fellowship in hip and knee arthroplasty was done at the Maryland Adult Reconstruction Fellowship in Baltimore. She is a member of the AAHKS Women in Arthroplasty Group and has a special interest in diversity in orthopaedics.

3. Navigating the Changing Healthcare System and Workforce

Audrey K. Tsao, MD is currently in practice with the Mid-Atlantic Group of Permanente Medicine in the DCSM group located in the District of Columbia and Southern Maryland. Previously she was in private practice in Arizona after relocating there from her academic practice at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2006. Dr. Tsao has been involved in full-time academics as a professor of orthopeadic surgery. She has also been involved in the international AO trauma as a faculty member and alumnus. She is the Chair of the AAHKS Women in Arthroplasty Committee. Her special interests include innovation methods for bioengineering within orthopaedics, implant and instrument design and wear of materials involved in total joint replacement. Dr. Tsao is an advocate for women in orthopaedic surgery and enjoys teaching and mentoring women at all stages of their careers. She continues her work as a founding member of Women Orthopedic Global Outreach (WOGO). Dr. Tsao practices the “Four Gs”:  Be giving of yourself, generous with your praise, gracious in your thanks and gentle in your feedback.

4. “Wellness” and “Diversity” – Trendy Buzzwords and Good for the Bottom Line

Dr. Cara CiprianoCara A. Cipriano, MD, MSc is passionate about medical education and mentorship. She attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts and obtained her medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania. She completed her orthopaedic surgery residency at Rush Medical College in Chicago with fellowships in adult reconstruction and orthopaedic oncology. Dr. Cipriano also holds a Master of Clinical Investigation degree. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Washington University in St. Louis where she is the Director of Medical Student Musculoskeletal Education and a member of the Academy of Educators. She serves on the Women in Arthroplasty Committee of AAHKS  and the Education Committee of the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society.

5. Maternity Leave and Returning to Work

Anna R. Cohen-Rosenblum, MD

6. Questions and Answers

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The Effects of COVID-19 on Arthroplasty Practice: Where do we go from here?

Moderators:  Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD and C. Lowry Barnes, MD
Faculty: Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD, Michael E. West, CPA, MBA, Denise M. Dadika, JD, Anjana D. Patel, JD, Louis S. Stryker, MD, Jeff D. Almand, MD, C. Lowry Barnes, MD, AAHKS President
Date recorded: May 19, 2020

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Description

This webinar covers arthroplasty practice transformations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Presentations by doctors entrenched in the crisis and executive and legal experts will center around:

  • Business interruption insurance
  • Force majeure clauses
  • Adjusting payments, benchmarks and salaries
  • Furloughing options
  • Private equity relationships and options
  • Other avenues to bring in revenue (e.g., selling ancillaries)
  • Repurposing physician and staff positions
  • Legal and practice ramifications in academic and hospital-employed practices

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Telemedicine and Total Joint Surgeons: How to run a virtual practice

Moderator:  Louis S. Stryker, MD
Faculty: Amy Lerman, JD, MPH, Lee E. Rubin, MD, Adam A. Sassoon, MD, MS, Frank R. Voss, MD
Date recorded: April 14, 2020

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Description

This webinar provides a stepwise approach to virtual patient care platforms focusing on practice transition in light of the current COVID 19 situation. Faculty also discuss augmentation of traditional face-to-face office practice beyond current day.

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Coding and Billing: Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Practice

Moderators:  Bradford S. Waddell, MD and Charles S. Schumacher, MD
Faculty: Louis S. Stryker, MD, Frank R. Voss, MD, Dawn Fulcher, Charles S. Schumacher, MD
Date recorded: August 27, 2019

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Description

This webinar is intended to provide an update on current guidelines for coding and billing in joint replacement surgery to the members of the American association of Hip and Knee Surgeons (AAHKS). While reviewing the accepted CPT coding and billing protocols, we will focus on ways to maximize appropriate documentation and reimbursement to improve and sustain a viable arthroplasty practice.

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Patient Engagement Platforms: What are they and what can they offer my practice and patients?

Moderators:  Vasili Karas, MD, MS
Faculty: Vasili Karas, MD, MS, Joseph J. Kavolus, MD, Antonia F. Chen, MD, MBA, Richard Iorio, MD, Stefano A. Bini, MD, Richard C. Mather III, MD, MBA
Date recorded: February 18, 2020

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Description

This webinar provides an overview of current patient engagement platforms (PEP) utilized perioperatively and within the orthopaedic clinic. Practicing surgeons who are early adopters and pioneers of this technology discuss their experiences with different platforms and how these can be implemented into practice.

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Hip Arthroplasty

Total Hip Arthroplasty in Dysplastic Hips

Moderator:  Brian M. Curtin, MD
Faculty: Luigi Zagra, MD (Italy), Klaus-Peter Günther, MD (Germany), Mazhar Tokgozoglu, MD (Turkey), Theofilos Karachalios, MD (Greece)
Date recorded: March 26, 2019

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Description

This webinar included discussion of important anatomical references in both low and high dislocated hips, how to plan the surgery and which implant options are suitable. Faculty discussed the maximum acceptable lengthening, when and how to place the acetabular cup at the original anatomical site, and different techniques to work the dysplastic femur with or without shortening osteotomy at the subtrochanteric or distal level. Surgical tricks and tips are discussed by experienced surgeons.

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Knee Arthroplasty

A Case-Based Approach to Unicondylar Knee Arthroplasty

Moderators:  Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr., MD and Kevin D. Plancher, MD
Faculty: Adolph V. Lombardi, Jr., MD, Andrew A. Freiberg, MD
William A. Jiranek, MD, FACS Michael E. Berend, MD, 
Michael P. Bolognesi, MD
Date recorded: September 25, 2018

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Description

This webinar took place on September 25, 2018. It included discussion of partial knee arthroplasty (UKA) and its increased growth in the last several years. Patient selection along with an understanding of which ancillary tests are necessary has generated much discussion on this topic. Medial and Lateral UKA can be a technically demanding procedure for the surgeon if not performed frequently. This symposium provided up to date information allowing for success in performing a unicompartmental knee arthroplasty and dispelled mistaken thoughts as to its outcome and longevity. Illustrative cases and audience participation were important aspects in this webinar.

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Organizational

How to Start an Operation Walk Chapter

Moderators:  Jeri Ward, RN and Mary Ellen Sieben, RN
Date recorded: September 19, 2019

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Description

This webinar will provide information about how to start an Operation Walk chapter. Operation Walk is a global medical humanitarian organization that provides the gift of mobility through life-changing joint replacement surgeries at no cost for those in need. During each international surgical mission, Operation Walk volunteers educate in-country orthopaedic surgeons, nurses, physical therapists and other healthcare professionals on the most advanced treatments and surgical techniques for diseases of hip and knee joints. This creates a lasting contribution to patient care in developing countries.

A Look into the American Joint Replacement Registry

Moderator:  Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD and Bryan D. Springer, MD
Faculty: Kevin J. Bozic, MD, MBA, David G. Lewallen, MD, Kristina M. Finney, MPH, Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD
Date recorded: May 28, 2019

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Description

This webinar is introduces the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR). Faculty review the history of AJRR, current activities, future plans, ways to get involved and how the data collected in the Registry can be used to improve arthroplasty practice.

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