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Contains recorded webinars, business of medicine tips, and outpatient protocol best practices from our faculty. Registration is required to access this content.
Cynthia Emory MD, MBA, FAAOS, FAOA
Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation, Wake Forest School of Medicine Associate Chief Medical Officer – Surgery, Wake Forest Baptist Health
"The SPDI™ Program is tailored for residents, fellows, and in-practice surgeons. This program breaks down everything from aligning practice goals with the right employment model to building a practice in a value-based care environment, and how to safely transition to an outpatient surgery center environment. It’s a high yield program that is a “must do” for orthopedic surgeons!"
Bryan Springer, MD
Professor, Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Atrium Musculoskeletal Institute Fellowship Director: OrthoCarolina Hip & Knee Center
"The world of value-based care and outpatient surgery has collided. With a major shift in site of service for procedures such as THA and TKA, it is essential that surgeons understand the nuances and the outpatient environment. The SPDI™ program offers a unique perspective from experts in the field to maximize the outpatient surgical experience for physicians, and in turn patients, to provide true value."
Richard Yoon, MD
Director of Orthopaedic Research: RWJ/Barnabas Health
"The greatest benefit for attendees of the SPDI™ program is they finally get a taste of (and start to learn about) life after training and all things they do not learn DURING training. Things like the business of medicine, how to be a good partner, and how to get BUSY fast while leaving nothing on the table!"
Neil Sheth, MD
Associate Professor: Orthopaedic Surgery at University of Pennsylvania Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital
"The SPDI™ program offers access to content that is not readily available for surgeons that are about to start, or have already started, practice. The knowledge that SPDI™ confers upon its participants is often learned through trial and error, and most often by making mistakes. It is extremely helpful to have tools to preemptively address issues in practice – I wish I had exposure to this content early in my career."
Cynthia Kahlenberg, MD
Resident, Orthopaedic Surgery Hospital for Special Surgery
"The SPDI™ programs were excellent and very informative. They gave great insights into topics that are critical for our future careers but not part of the traditional residency curriculum."