Live Surgeon Webinar | July 29 at 8 p.m. EST
Whether you’re in an ambulatory surgery center or hospital outpatient setting, patient care and surgical efficiencies remain key quality metrics and a major focus. A renowned surgeon panel will share the developing trends around advanced surgical technology as well as advances and insights into managing an outpatient total joint program.
Quin Throckmorton, MD, leads the panel, which includes Barton Harris, MD, Matthew Price, MD, Moby Parsons, MD, and ASC administrator Cindy White.
Quin Throckmorton, MD
Quin Throckmorton, MD, is professor and residency program director at the University of Tennessee-Campbell Clinic Department of Orthopaedics in Memphis where he is also vice chief of staff of the Campbell Clinic. His practice and research are devoted exclusively to shoulder and elbow reconstruction. He is a member of several professional societies and won the Neer Award from the ASES for his work on outpatient shoulder arthroplasty. Dr. Throckmorton completed a fellowship at the Mayo Clinic as well as the ASES Traveling Exchange Fellowship. He is also a graduate of the AAOS Leadership Fellows Program.
Barton Harris, MD
Barton Harris, MD, is a joint replacement specialist, fellowship-trained in adult reconstruction. Dr. Harris earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia and completed the orthopaedic surgery training program at University of Virginia.
Matthew Price, MD
Matthew Price, MD, specializes in total joint replacement, anterior hip approach, hip arthroscopy and general orthopaedics in Louisville. Dr. Price completed his residency at the University of Louisville Hospital and fellowship in adult reconstruction at Vanderbilt University. He is a member of several professional societies and an accomplished author and presenter.
Moby Parsons, MD
Moby Parsons, MD, practices at the Knee, Hip and Shoulder Center in Portsmouth, N.H., and is a member of the ExactechGPS® design team. He trained at the University of Pittsburgh where he performed a research fellowship in shoulder surgery; his clinical research on tendon transfers won the Neer Award. Dr. Parsons received fellowship training at the University of Washington and University of New South Wales. He is a founding member of the New England Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons and a regional leader in shoulder surgery, including outpatient shoulder arthroplasty.
Cindy White is the administrator at the Campbell Clinic Surgery Center outside of Memphis, Tennessee. Ms. White has had an extensive career in orthopaedics ranging from a nurse to researcher to sales manager to company vice president to surgery center administrator. She is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, Northwest Mississippi Junior College and Memphis State University, where she received her degrees in liberal arts, nursing and microbiology, respectively.