Spine Pro III has been developed in partnership with Richard A. Kube II, M.D., FACSS, FAAOS, CIME Spine Pro III allows users to cut, zoom & rotate the spine for an in-depth look at its anatomy. Spine Pro III is broken into four main areas: Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar and Sacrum and allows users to create…Details
To simplify how back pain is exacerbated by our skeletal and muscular systems, think of yourself as an engineer designing a suspension bridge support system that needs to be flexible and carries most of its weight at the front. Where would you put the cushioning, support, and reinforcements? Even if you’ve never built a bridge…Details
Becker’s Spine Review complied a list of leaders within the ambulatory surgery facility industry. It was created as a result of extensive research by Beckers’ editorial staff. The leaders do not pay and cannot pay for placement on this list. Dr. Kube is featured at one of 433 people to know in ASC industry.
Hiring a spine practice manager can be difficult because the job requires several skills: business management, accounting, marketing and human resources, to name a few. Dr. Kube, several spine surgeons and industry experts discuss 8 steps to hire a spine practice manager.
Dr. Rich Kube is one of two doctors selected to discuss five factors spine surgeons should consider to negotiate better payor contracts.