Mississippi Orthopaedic Society 2014

May 01–03, 2014 Meeting will be held at The Inn at Ole Miss

Oxford, MS

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Last Chance to Get Ready for ICD-10 Mar 01, 2014

Orthopaedic surgeons have less than 6 months to ready their practices for the change from using the International Classification of Diseases, 9th edition (ICD-9) to ICD-10. The federal government may … Continue »

Pilot Study Focuses on Hand Function Mar 01, 2014

OREF grant recipient leads effort to advance treatment for children with hand anomalies If Michelle A. James, MD, and her research team are successful, pediatric orthopaedic surgeons who treat chil… Continue »

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Legislative update

SGR Repeal, Replacement Legislation Introduced Feb 06, 2014

On Feb. 6, 2014, key committees in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate reached an agreement on legislation to permanently repeal and replace the flawed sustainable growth rate (SGR) form… Continue »

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About us

The Mississippi Orthopaedic Society is a non-profit organization composed of orthopaedic surgeons in the state of Mississippi, including active practicing, retired, and resident physicians. The Mississippi Orthopaedic Society exists to enhance its members' ability to provide the highest possible quality musculoskeletal care to patients. This goal is served by the Society's promotion of continuing medical education and physician professionalism and collegiality.

In addition to the provision of scientific education, the Society strives to educate its members on socioeconomic and political issues which affect or control their ability to provide high quality medical care. This includes participation in the legislative process as it affects the care of patients.

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Benefits of joining

  • 2014 ANNUAL MOS MEMBERSHIP DUES
  • Networking with other skilled professionals in the practice
  • Legislative Updates

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