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Advisory Board Vitals: Orthopedics

How it works

Orthopedics represents a top growth opportunity for providers, due to rapidly increasing demand caused by demographic shifts in the national patient population. As market trends continue shape the orthopedics space, service line leaders need to have effective strategies to be high-performing providers.

We are now offering Advisory Board Vitals: Orthopedics, a different-in-kind way to access a suite of digital resources specifically focused on Orthopedics to gain insight into the market trends impacting this service line.

Here's how it works:

  1. Fill out the form to the right to indicate your interest and request next steps.
  2. You get 12 months of access to all Orthopedics resources for three people at your organization for $10,000.
  3. Activate your access and start exploring more than 20 pieces of digital content on Orthopedics: blog posts, research briefings, white papers, toolkits, case studies, webinars, and more.

You can check out some content you will get access to with the offering here. Below are a few examples:

  • 2021 Orthopedics Market Trends
  • Build a Sustainable Outpatient Joint Replacement Program
  • Telehealth Primer: Tele-Orthopedics

Keep reading below to learn more, download the FAQ to share with your team, and fill out the form to the right to request a letter of agreement.

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Benefits of Advisory Board Vitals
One year commitment

Unlimited access to our topic-based resources for one year.

Individual access

Access for three individuals per organization is included in each Advisory Board Vitals offering by topic. Additional access can be purchased upon request.

Low price point

Each topic-based offering costs $10,000 annually.

 
Frequently asked questions
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