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“10-Year Orthopedics and Spine Forecast: Factors Impacting Demand”
Speaker: Mike Graham, Director, Sg2
Cost: Complimentary, sponsored by Wellbe
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Sg2_Logo_200x83Advances in technology and surgical techniques, fluctuations in population, ever-increasing demand for outpatient procedures combined with an array of economic and policy factors will shape our opportunity for growth in Orthopedics and Spine over the next decade.  What’s in store for the next 10 years of orthopedics and spine service lines?  Mike Graham of Sg2 will review future inpatient and outpatient forecasts for orthopedics and spine services, the key factors impacting their growth, and opportunities to differentiate your orthopedics and spine services to capture additional market share.

About the Speaker:
grahammichaelMike Graham supports Sg2’s intelligence and analytics in both orthopedics and spine and contributes to the orthopedic and spine forecasts. As an Sg2 thought leader, he writes extensively on the development of orthopedic and spine service line strategy. He also works directly with health care executives and physicians to apply knowledge and strategy to their unique circumstances and environment.

With 20 years of experience in health care management and information systems, Mike has devoted much of his career to sharing best practices in service line development, physician engagement, care redesign and payment reform through publications, webinars, conference presentations and consulting engagements.

Immediately prior to joining Sg2, Mike engaged with hospitals and providers to grow their orthopedic service lines, improve patient outcomes and transition to value-based models of care. Earlier in his career he participated in the creation of groundbreaking approaches in comprehensive spine center development, focusing on innovative methods to improve patient access and employ nurse navigation and outcomes collection throughout the continuum of care.

Mike earned a master in health care administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati and an undergraduate degree in management information systems from the University of Dayton (OH).