|By Business Wire||
|April 22, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
The Orthopedic Channel was the BroadcastMed Network’s most popular destination in March.
“The Orthopedics Channel is a growing resource for healthcare professionals interested in quickly accessing the best in clinical content and earning CME credit. Our focus on valued orthopedics content is drawing attention and providing clear value,” says Peter Gailey, President and Co-Founder of Broadcastmed, Inc.
Available by visiting www.ortho.broadcastmed.com, the Orthopedics Channel features content curated by the world’s leading hospitals and thought leaders. Online education seekers can access the content for free. Many of the channel’s programs offer CME credit.
In May, the Orthopedic Channel will premiere a surgical webcast featuring the Smith & Nephew JOURNEY™ II Cruciate Retaining (CR) Knee System. Orthopedic surgeons David Rovinsky, MD, of Wilcox Health and Michael Ries, MD Chief of the UCSF Arthroplasty Service, will demonstrate and discuss the benefits of the Smith & Nephew PHYSIOLOGICAL MATCHING™ Technology for surgeons seeking treatment solutions beyond traditional knee replacements.
Viewers are encouraged to join live and ask questions during the webcast, which the surgeons will answer live immediately following the procedure.
Follow @BroadcastMed for the latest news and updates.
About BroadcastMed, Inc.
BroadcastMed, Inc. is a digital medical broadcasting company. We help the world’s leading hospitals, medical device and medical education companies create and distribute trusted educational content to physicians, allied healthcare professionals and patients. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed Network. The Network includes affiliated broadcast channels feature educational content from some of the world’s top hospitals and physician experts. Also among the BroadcastMed Network affiliates is ORLive.com, a leading digital destination for physicians. For more information visit www.broadcastmed.com.
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