HOSPITALS

Stronger, Together.

At Titan Spine, we know that simply supplying a differentiated product isn’t enough. Sure, our patients will be discharged a day sooner than our competitors’ patients, which will help with your pay-for-performance financial metrics.1 And we can help lower your use of expensive biologics with equivalent, and possibly even better, patient outcomes.2 But we know you need more than that in order to build a successful partnership with Titan Spine.

From offering sterile-packaged implants, a dedicated contracting staff, and regional customer service support, we are continuously improving our processes to make sure we are doing everything we can to effectively serve you in an ever-changing healthcare landscape. Also, did we mention that we back our interbody implants with a risk-share warranty that guarantees they will fuse? And finally, our nanoLOCK® implants have sole access to the Section X New Technology ICD-10 Code for nanotextured interbody devices, so the nanoLOCK® data you create can help establish your facility as a Center of Excellence in the new MACRA/MIPS era. Simply put, we have pushed the envelope on defining what a partnership with a hospital can be, because we believe we’re in this together.

Want to see Titan Spine in your hospital? Contact us at TSinfo@titanspine.com to #StandWithTheFuture

  1. Duncan, Jerry. Titan Spine. Maintaining an Edge in the Pay-for-Performance Era: Optum Healthcare Study Summary. Milwaukee, WI: EBA Printers, 2018. Print.
  2. Slosar, P.J., Reynolds, J.,B., Slosar, S.,L., Martineck, S.,B. BMP vs. Alternatives: Cost Savings and Clinical Outcomes Data in 137 ALIF Patients with 2 yr. Follow-up. North American Spine Society Evidence & Technology Spine Summit; 2018 Feb. 21-24; Park City, UT.
  3. Data on file.

TRIPLE-AIM OVERVIEW

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The Triple Aim is a framework of healthcare initiatives developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) in an effort to improve healthcare while lowering costs. The three main dimensions of the Triple Aim, which have been adopted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and some private insurance companies, are: * Improving the patient experience of care (quality and satisfaction) * Improving the health of the patient population * Reducing the cost of care Titan Spine’s implants are designed to help meet these objectives by starting the mechanisms of bone growth virtually the moment it has been implanted (3) while reducing construct costs by negating the need for expensive biologics to be placed within them. (2)

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Why Titan Spine?

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Press Releases

Chad Kolean Named CFO

Chad Kolean Named CFO

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Ed Graubart Named VP of Professional Development

Ed Graubart Named VP of Professional Development

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Titan Spine® Announces Review of Research Supporting its nanoLOCK® Titanium Spinal Implants Published in SPINE

Titan Spine® Announces Review of Research Supporting its nanoLOCK® Titanium Spinal Implants Published in SPINE

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Titan Spine Announces New Memphis Distribution Center to Meet Growing Demand for nanoLOCK® Spinal Implants

Titan Spine Announces New Memphis Distribution Center to Meet Growing Demand for nanoLOCK® Spinal Implants

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Titan Spine Announces the First Endoskeleton® Interbody Fusion Cases in Australia

Titan Spine Announces the First Endoskeleton® Interbody Fusion Cases in Australia

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