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JBJS Podcast

46. Hot Topics in Orthopaedics: (1) Predicting the Future with Evidence from the Past and (2) Large Administrative Database Research

In this episode, Mo and Marc discuss 2 recent OE and JBJS articles that caught their eye. The first part of the discussion focuses on how orthopaedists can forecast the future with evidence from the past, and the second part focuses on the challenges and appropriate applications of large administrative database research. Links: • Phillips S and Bhandari M. Predicting the Future with Evidence from the Past: The OE Forecaster. OE Insights. August 19, 2022. Article no. 103. • Fujiwara T, Ogura K, Alaqeel M, Healey JH. Geographic Access to High-Volume Care Providers and Survival in Patients with Bone Sarcomas: Nationwide Patterns in the United States. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2022 Aug 17;104(16):1426-1437. doi: 10.2106/JBJS.21.01140. Epub 2022 Jun 21. PMID: 35730765. Subspecialties: • Oncology • Orthopaedic Essentials • Sports Medicine • Trauma Keywords: Orthopaedics, JBJS, OrthoEvidence, OE, RCT, evidence, patient care, community practice, meta-analysis, cumulative effect, trends over time, secular trends, outcomes, sports medicine, trauma, proximal femoral nail, sliding hip screw, product design, refracture, complications, pooled analysis, sequential analysis, confounders, signal-noise ratio, surgeon education, quality of care, survival, reoperation, innovation, implant design, bone sarcoma, association vs causation, National Cancer Database, volume vs outcome, geographic access, high-volume vs low-volume centers, survival, levels of evidence

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