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Steve DeBiasi

Chief Executive Officer, OrthoWilmington
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Stephen L. DeBiasi serves as the Chief Executive Officer of OrthoWilmington, a medical group with 18 specialists, 18 mid-level providers and more than 200 employees created by the 2012 merger of Atlantic Orthopedics and Wilmington  

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Sep 15, 2014

Too Much Of A Good Thing Can Lead To Overuse Injuries

The health benefits of being physically active are generally well known and widely accepted. For many of us, activities such as running, biking, swimming and playing sports are part of our regular rou ...

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Sep 8, 2014

The Times, They Keep A-Changing

Every day of my professional life, I communicate with providers by voice mail, email and text messages, often even when we are able to have a face-to-face conversation. I suspect you do, as well. Toda ...

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Jul 2, 2014

Doing Good In The Community Leads To Doing Well In Business

Supporting charitable causes and educational programs in our community is not only the right thing to do; it’s a very smart business move. When the corporate world does its part to build and ...

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Apr 25, 2014

Improved Communication Leads To Better Quality Of Care

Consolidation and growth among health-care providers is one of today’s most important medical trends, for many very good reasons. Larger practices can typically provide a wider range of speciali ...

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