Own the Bone Branded Products

 
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This educational brochure provides your patients with information about osteoporosis and fragility fractures. This is a great brochure to send home with patients to reinforce your discussion regarding their bone health. Packed with bone health facts, resources, and steps to better bone health, this information will encourage patients to "own the bone" for a healthier tomorrow.

Product Dimensions: 3 ¾" wide x 8" tall
Quantity Per Pack: 100... Details
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Utilize these promotional Own the Bone sticky notes to attach reminders to your order sets or other materials your team views.

Quantity: 10 sets (25 pages per set)
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Start promoting bone health at your hospital or clinic by displaying these informational posters.

These educational posters help health care professionals discuss osteoporosis and fragility fractures for improved patient care.

Poster Dimension: 24" x 36"
Quantity: 1
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Start promoting bone health at your hospital or clinic by displaying these informational posters.

These educational posters help health care professionals discuss osteoporosis and fragility fractures for improved patient care.

Poster Dimension: 11" x 17"
Quantity Per Pack: 5

Complimentary On Demand Webinars

 
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Dr. Amanda K Myers, the Program Champion for Illinois Bone and Joint Institute's Own the Bone program discusses how they have been successfully implementing Own the Bone at their institution. Topics covered how they locate patients, what is included in their Metabolic Bone Evaluation and how they complete follow-up with their patients, among other topics. (recorded November 21, 2013) SFPRI
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

John T. Schousboe, MD, PhD, a rheumatologist, health services researcher and expert in the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis, discusses how to identify the factors that make patients more susceptible to fragility fractures, and the pros and cons of the tools available to help you best evaluate a patient’s overall risk for... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

James Goulet, MD, FAOA, Own the Bone Program Champion at the University of Michigan, discusses atypical fractures and other rare outcomes of the use of osteoporosis medication, including what to look for and how to treat these occurrences. He also addresses drug holidays, and how and when to continue treatment on these complex... Details
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Natalie Eddy, DNP from Lakeshore Bone & Joint Institute discusses how her institution uses Own the Bone to structure their efforts to identify and educate spine fracture patients about their risk for future fractures. She highlights their program model, communication/marketing strategies, lessons learned, and helpful tools and tips on implementing and maintaining a Fracture liaison service (FLS) program for spine fracture patients. (recorded March 6, 2015) Details
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Daniel H. Solomon, MD, MPH, an expert in the treatment of osteoporosis from Brigham and Women's Hospital, provides guidance on recommended courses of osteoporosis treatment for complex fracture patient cases, including atypical fractures, spine fractures and more. Part of the 2015 Own the Bone webinar series. (recorded June 8, 2015) BHPTC
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

Paul A. Anderson, MD, FAOA from the University of Wisconsin, and Karen Cummings, PA-C from the University of Michigan, join Own the Bone to discuss the components of a successful secondary fracture prevention program, and how to get your administrators on-board with starting a new secondary fracture prevention effort. Leave with a better ... Details
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Joseph Borrelli Jr., MD, Chair of Orthopaedics at Texas Health Arlington Memorial Hospital, discusses how his hospital uses Own the Bone to improve fragility fracture patient care, including how they use patient follow-up to help track and improve patient outcomes as part of their successful program. (recorded August 25, 2015) SFPRI
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Debra Sietsema, PhD, RN and Linda Hightower, RN, ONC, two clinicians who have been instrumental in implementing Own the Bone at their institutions, discuss how they run their successful Own the Bone programs. The presentation features an overview of Own the Bone, presentations by both speakers and an extensive Q&A session. (recorded June 18, 2011) SFPRI
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Stephen Kates, MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine discusses geriatric fracture programs, including protocols and pathways, how osteoporosis care and programs like Own the Bone can fit in, multidisciplinary team involvement, and ultimately how these efforts effect patient outcomes including length of stay, time to OR, and reduction of adverse events during hospitalization. (recorded September 4, 2014) SFPRI
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Joseph M. Lane, MD from the Hospital for Special Surgery discusses what orthopedists should be doing to address secondary fracture prevention and osteoporosis treatment. Dr. Lane, a nationally recognized expert on metabolic bone disease, focuses on how orthopedic surgeons can address osteoporosis and use Own the Bone to set up a Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) to improve the care of their fragility fracture patients. (recorded June 12, 2014) Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

Dr. Pickhardt, MD, Chief of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, joins Own the Bone to discuss the use of CT scans, obtained for other clinical indications, to evaluate a patient for osteoporosis. He discusses recent research on the use of CT scans to both assess the sagittal spine to identify compression fractures, and receive a mean ... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

Joseph M. Lane, MD, from the Hospital for Special Surgery, discusses the latest research and findings regarding the use of Teriparatide “off license” to treat fractures and non-unions in orthopaedic patients. Licensed by the FDA for the treatment of osteoporosis, Teriparatide has been shown to increase bone mass and prevent fractures in... Details
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There is no “one size fits all” model for implementing secondary fracture prevention with a fracture liaison service (FLS). Learn more about how three Own the Bone program coordinators have found success running an FLS within their different care settings, including an urban academic medical center, a community-based regional hospital, and an integrated health system. Hear about each of their program’s initiation, incremental growth over the years, what they are doing today, and... Details
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Three Own the Bone site coordinators, Cheryl Macri, RN, MS, CNML (Ellis Medicine) , Kari Erickson, RN, BAN ONC (Sanford Health - Fargo) and Debra Sietsema, PhD, RN (Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan), present on their program models, lessons learned, helpful tips and key takeaways on establishing and maintaining a fragility fracture prevention program. (recorded December 4, 2012) SFPRI
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Kyle J. Jeray, MD from Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center in South Carolina discusses how Own the Bone has been implemented at his institution. His presentation provides practical advice for clinicians who are interested in starting Own the Bone at their institutions. (recorded September 1, 2011) SFPRI
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Andrew D. Bunta, MD and Angie Oquendo, APN from Northwestern Memorial Hospital discuss their geriatric fracture program and how it has been integrated with Own the Bone to improve bone health and reduce subsequent fractures in geriatric fracture patients. (recorded December 17, 2014) SFPRI
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Please note: This version of this course DOES NOT offer CME credit. The course is also available with CME credit for $25.

Beatrice J. Edwards, MD, MPH, a geriatrician, joins Own the Bone to discuss the similarities shared between sarcopenia and osteoporosis, and how these contribute to fall risk and fragility fractures. Learn about the current state of knowledge around these two often overlapping diagnoses and leave with tips on how to coordinate... Details
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Neil Binkley, MD, from the University of Wisconsin reviews the physiology of vitamin D, current approaches to 25(OH)D testing and recommendations for treatment of those who are low. Learn more about how Vitamin D is essential for calcium homeostasis and may play multiple other important physiologic roles. Part of the 2015 Own the Bone webinar series. (recorded December 10, 2015) BHPTC

On Demand Webinars With CME Credit Available

 
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

John T. Schousboe, MD, PhD, a rheumatologist, health services researcher and expert in the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis, discusses how to identify the factors that make patients more susceptible to fragility fractures, and the pros and cons of the tools available to help you best evaluate a patient’s overall risk for... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Beatrice J. Edwards, MD, MPH, a geriatrician, discusses the similarities shared between sarcopenia and osteoporosis, and how these contribute to fall risk and fragility fractures. Learn about the current state of knowledge around these two often overlapping diagnoses and leave with tips on how to coordinate evaluations, and how... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

James Goulet, MD, from the University of Michigan, discusses atypical fractures and other rare outcomes of the use of osteoporosis medication, including what to look for and how to treat these occurrences. He also addresses drug holidays, and how and when to continue treatment on these complex cases.

(Recorded... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Paul A. Anderson, MD, FAOA from the University of Wisconsin, and Karen Cummings, PA-C from the University of Michigan discuss the components of a successful secondary fracture prevention program, and how to get your administrators on-board with starting a new secondary fracture prevention effort. Leave with a better understanding... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Dr. Pickhardt, MD, Chief of Radiology at the University of Wisconsin, discusses the use of CT scans, obtained for other clinical indications, to evaluate a patient for osteoporosis. He discusses recent research on the use of CT scans to both assess the sagittal spine to identify compression fractures, and receive a mean L1 attenuation ... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Joseph M. Lane, MD, from the Hospital for Special Surgery discusses the latest research and findings regarding the use of Teriparatide “off license” to treat fractures and non-unions in orthopaedic patients. Licensed by the FDA for the treatment of osteoporosis, Teriparatide has been shown to increase bone mass and prevent... Details