'Great patient care is great business': Dr. Matthew Goodwin on patient, price transparency in spine
By Admin | November 05, 2019
Matthew Goodwin, MD, PhD, is an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery and neurological surgery at Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis.
Dr. Goodwin completed surgical training in both neurosurgery and orthopedics and specializes in the treatment of complex spinal conditions.
His practice focuses on spinal tumors including metastatic and primary cancers of the spine, benign-aggressive lesions of the spine and other noncancerous lesions requiring surgical treatment.
In August, SpineLine, the primary publication for North American Spine Society members, recognized Dr. Goodwin in its '20 Under 40' list of top spine surgeons for 2019.
Here, Dr. Goodwin discusses the importance of patient and price transparency and the evolution of robotics in spine.
For more information please read, 'Great patient care is great business': Dr. Matthew Goodwin on patient, price transparency in spine, by Beckers Spine Review.