What 1 spine surgeon sees for the future of surgical outcomes
Standards of care for spine surgery will become increasingly aligned as surgeons become more reliant on patient outcome data to drive treatment, one spine surgeon predicts.
Simple One-Page Tool Improves Patient Satisfaction with Doctor Visit
“A simple, one-page form given to patients ahead of their doctor visit can significantly improve satisfaction with the care they receive, according to a study by Duke Health researchers.”
Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. Oren Gottfried of Duke University Hospital
Oren Gottfried, MD, is a spinal neurosurgeon at Durham, N.C.-based Duke University Hospital.
Spine surgery in 2030 — 6 surgeon predictions
“From the rise of robots to the use of big data and a move away from hospital-owned practices, changes in the field of spine surgery will be very evident by 2030, six spine surgeons predict.”
3 Best Neurosurgeons in Durham, NC
Dr. Oren N. Gottfried practices at Duke Spine Center.
Making Neurosurgery More Patient-Centric
In his capacity as vice chair of quality of Duke’s Department of Neurosurgery, neurosurgeon Oren Gottfried, MD, has helped develop numerous quality initiatives focusing on improving patient satisfaction and surgical outcomes and reducing patient morbidity and mortality.
Cervical Spine Surgery: The Patient Experience and Post-Surgical Complications
This activity is intended for neurologists, pain medicine specialists, physiatrists, and physicians who care for patients before and after cervical spine surgery.
Duke-Developed AI Tool Amplifies Surgical Expertise in Predicting Spine Outcomes
A new machine learning tool that assesses surgical risk—dubbed Pythia— helps amplify the expertise of Duke providers in predicting postoperative outcomes for different types of high-risk surgeries.
Quality in Spine Surgery – An Interview with Oren Gottfried, M.D.
“Dr. Oren Gottfried is Professor of Neurosurgery and Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University.”
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-Dr. Oren Gottfried