Achieving Outpatient TJA Efficiency

July 23, 2020
7:00pm CDT

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Witness the surgeon panel discuss their personal experience of achieving and maintaining efficiency in their Total Joint practice - including the tools they use, implants and instrumentation, staff training, and patient expectation management. Attendees will also have the opportunity to submit questions for the panel to discuss.


Raymond Kim, MD
Steadman Clinic - Vail, CO

Scott Sporer, MD
Rush University Medical Center - Chicago, IL

Kenneth Sands, MD
First Choice Medical Group - Melbourne, FL

Rodney Henderson, MD
Yuma Regional Medical Center - Yuma, AZ

DJO complies with the AdvaMed Code of Ethics.

DJO® Corporate Compliance and Finance have not necessarily reviewed and approved any of the courses on the 2020 calendar or the engagement of any HCP to assist with these courses. Per DJO Policy, no DJO Surgical® employee may make any commitment, verbal or otherwise, to any third party (including HCPs) – whether that third party is providing products, services, or facilities – until Compliance has approved individual events and individual HCP engagements.

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Please note that in accordance with Vermont Law, Vermont-licensed physicians must reimburse DJO Surgical for the full cost of any meals and refreshments immediately after the event. Any physician with a Vermont license, even if that individual is not actively practicing in Vermont, must notify DJO of such licensure in advance of the event.