SpineUniverse, a Vertical Health website, has introduced a community case discussion section for its network of spine professionals. This interactive forum allows spine specialists to engage with one another in the SpineUniverse spinal case study library.
The SpineUniverse “best-of-breed” spinal case study library delivers challenging peer-reviewed cases that span the spectrum of spinal disorders–from degenerative disc disease to scoliosis. More than 2,500 physicians have participated in the Spinal Case Library. The cases are presented by leading spine specialists from esteemed institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic, Washington University School of Medicine, and the Rothman Institute, USA.
Treatment options for spinal procedures are diverse, and the community case discussion provides spine specialists with the unique opportunity to not only debate viable treatments with others in the field but also receive best practices and insight from SpineUniverse’s editorial board.
“We believe that physician collaboration leads to improved outcomes and patient care,” said Bill Paquin, CEO of Vertical Health. “Our tools and services facilitate the transfer of best practices from leading institutions in the US to physicians around the world.”
More than 6,000 spine surgeons, nearly 60% of all practicing spine surgeons in the USA, have joined SpineUniverse to market their practices, receive information on CME opportunities, and learn about emerging surgical techniques. These new tools foster collaboration within this professional community.
For more information on SpineUniverse’s case study library, visit www.spineuniverse.com/professional/case-studies