Becker’s Spine Review - Dr. Sean McCance: "Seven Core Concepts for Spine Surgeons to Tap Into New Patient Sources"
Complex patients take more energy and resources, but how surgeons handle these cases will dictate their reputation going forward. If surgeons only accept simple cases with otherwise healthy patients, they won't have a diversified patient base. "Have the willingness and ability to handle difficult cases, such as complex tumor or scoliosis," said Sean McCance, MD, Co-Director of Spine Surgery, and Associate Clinical Professor of Orthopaedics at Mount Sinai Health System. "That often entails being at a program in a hospital or facility that has the infrastructure to handle those cases well." Learn more