2013 author index

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AHMAD, SYED, and NELSON, HEIDI, and KATZ, MATTHEW H.G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pushing the technical limits of surgery, 98, 1:61
AL-REFAIE, WADDAH B., and WEINBERG, ARMIN, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Are older adults adequately represented in surgical oncology trials? 98, 5:52
ANDERSON, BENJAMIN O., Citation for Prof. Cheng-Har Yip, MB, BS, FRCS(Edin)(Glas), 98,11:55
ANDERSON, JAMES, and ORESKOVICH, MICK, Physician personalities and burnout, 98, 6:40
ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., Issues discussed at the AMA House of Delegates meeting include definition of surgery, obesity, 98, 10:75
–and SUTTON, JON H., Surgeons advocate in the AMA House of Delegates, 98, 3:74
ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34

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BABAKHANI, ARNEH, and GUY, STEPHEN R., and FALTA, EDWARD M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and JINDAL, TARUN R., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17
BABU, MAYA, RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Residents debate pros and cons of online patient rankings, 98, 11:19
BAKER, JENNIFER, and MISRA, SUBHASIS, and MANIMALA, NEIL J., and KUY, SREYRAM, and GANTT, GERALD, The role of politics in shaping surgical training, 98, 8:17
BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and SAVARISE, MARK, 2013 payment policy and coding changes affecting surgical practice, 98, 1:9
–and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., Coding and practice management corner: Coding for damage-control surgery, 98, 8:57
–and JACKSON, JENNY J., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., Coding and practice management corner: Documentation of services provided in the postoperative global period, 98, 5:48
BILIMORIA, KARL, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., ACS Clinical Scholars-in-Residence program offers unique research and educational opportunity, 98, 3:72
BITTNER, JAMES G. IV, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and ZHENG, FEIBI, and KUY, SREYRAM, Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part II: Interviews with leaders in surgical education, 98, 8:43
BLAGG, ROSS, Legislated mints on the pillow, 98, 11:27
BOOTHMAN, RICHARD, and HOYLER, MARGO M., The University of Michigan’s Early Disclosure and Offer Program, 98, 3:21
BORGSTROM, DAVID C., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgical practice requires new training model, offers great opportunities, 98, 7:55
BRENNAN, MURRAY F., Citation for Prof. Norman S. Williams, MS, FMedSci, FRCS(Eng), 98,11:54
BROWN, DOUGLAS, and WALL, ANJI, and KODNER, IRA, and KEUNE, JASON D., and JIA, SHIJING, Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest, 98, 5:32
BURLEY, CAITLIN, Who is behind the surgical drape? Understanding the role of anesthesiologist assistants, 98, 7:16
BURNS, KARYL J., and MCSWAIN, NORMAN, and CARVER, WAYNE, and JACOBS, LENWORTH M., Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 98, 6:10

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CARON, NADINE R., and KENNEDY, CHRISTINE M., and WARNOCK, GARTH L., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery in “The Great White North”—universal care or universal challenge? 98, 10:50
CARVER, WAYNE, and JACOBS, LENWORTH M., and BURNS, KARYL J., and MCSWAIN, NORMAN, Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 98, 6:10
CASEY, KATHLEEN M., and KODERA, AKIYO, Fellows honored for volunteerism, 98, 9:68
CASTLE, SHANNON L., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and MOLENA, DANIELA, International surgery provides opportunities for residents to serve and learn, 98, 8:33
CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34
CHU, QUYEN D., 2013 Japan Traveling Fellow reports on experience, 98, 9:78
CIOFFI, WILLIAM G., ACS Board of Governors’ Committee updates: Governors’ Committee to Study the Fiscal Affairs of the College, 98, 4:51
COHN, JANET, and SENECAL, SUSAN, and HOYLER, MARGO M., New York State shows benefits of CRP demonstration project, 98, 3:26
COMO, JOHN J., and SAVARISE, MARK, ACS Fellows provide surgical leadership and service in India, 98, 4:30
CUNNINGHAM, CRYSTAL M., Pursuing a career in humanitarian and rural surgery: When is the best time to start? 98, 2:18

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DAGI, FORCHT T., and HEALY, GERALD B., ACS joins campaign to encourage use of surgical crisis checklists, 98, 10:64
DAVIDSON, INGEMAR, and SLAKEY, DOUGLAS P., Surgeons lead educational program to improve kidney care in Vietnam, 98, 10:34
DIXON, JENNIFER L., and GLASS, NINA E., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and GRANT, SCOTT B., Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part I, 98, 8:38

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EASTMAN, A. BRENT and MEYER, ANTHONY A., In memoriam: George F. Sheldon, MD, FACS: A lifetime of achievement as a scholar, surgical educator, 98, 9:60
ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and KADLEC, ADAM O., and FAROOQ, AHMER, and QUEK, MARCUS L., Choosing a physician in the Yelp era, 98,11:20
ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34
ELSEY, JAMES K., Dispatches from rural surgeons: A Regent’s perspective, 98, 4:59
ELSTER, ERIC A., and JINDAL, TARUN R., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and BABAKHANI, ARNEH, and GUY, STEPHEN R., and FALTA, EDWARD M., Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17
EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and KULAYLAT, AFIF, and GRANT, SCOTT B., Improved communication techniques enable residents to provide better care now and in the future, 98, 8:26

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FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34
FALTA, EDWARD M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and JINDAL, TARUN R., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and BABAKHANI, ARNEH, and GUY, STEPHEN R., Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17
FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: As the crow flies, 98, 7:65
–NTDB® data points: Derailed, 98, 9:56
–NTDB® data points: The “fiscal cliff,” 98, 3:70
–NTDB® data points: Geronimo, 98, 8:67
–NTDB® data points: Hang ’em high, 98, 5:54
–NTDB® data points: Keep your hands and fingers off the table, 98, 4:66
–NTDB® data points: London Bridge is falling down, 98, 10:62
–NTDB® data points: Sleeper hold, 98, 12:52
–NTDB® data points: Workers’ compensation, 98, 6:68
–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: 2012 Pediatric Report: Devastating at any age, 98, 2:59
–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2012: More than 70 percent, 98, 1:65
–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: What’s on TV, 98, 11:44
FAROOQ, AHMER, and QUEK, MARCUS L., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and KADLEC, ADAM O., Choosing a physician in the Yelp era, 98, 11:20

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GANTT, GERALD, and BAKER, JENNIFER, and MISRA, SUBHASIS, and MANIMALA, NEIL J., and KUY, SREYRAM, The role of politics in shaping surgical training, 98, 8:17
GLASS, NINA E., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and GRANT, SCOTT B., and DIXON, JENNIFER L., Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part I, 98, 8:38
GLICKSON, JEANNIE, ACS NSQIP® National Conference: Speakers promote professionalism, collaboration to achieve quality improvement, 98, 10:66
–Dr. Brendan C. Brady serves “invisible population” of migrant workers in upstate New York, 98, 4:22
GOKAK, SANA, Coding and practice management corner: PQRS reporting in 2013, 98, 4:56
–Coding and practice management corner: Update: PQRS reporting of the perioperative care measures group, 98, 9:47
–What surgeons should know about…The Medicare EHR Incentive Program deadlines, 98, 9:44
–What surgeons should know about…The Medicare EHR Incentive Program in 2014, 98, 12:42
–What surgeons should know about…The Physician Compare website, 98, 2:52
GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
GRANT, SCOTT B., and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, and SUN, RAPHAEL C., and KULAYLAT, AFIF, Improved communication techniques enable residents to provide better care now and in the future, 98, 8:26
GRANT, SCOTT B., and DIXON, JENNIFER L., and GLASS, NINA E., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part I, 98, 8:38
GREENBERG, SARAH L.M., and MEARA, JOHN G., and O’NEILL, KATHLEEN M., and HOLMER, HAMPUS, Applying surgical apps: Smartphone and tablet apps prove useful in clinical practice, 98, 11:10
GRIFFEN, F. DEAN, and SUGAR, JANE G., The future of robotics: A dilemma for general surgeons, 98, 7:9
GRILL, CHARLOTTE, State legislative update: Lawmakers address prescribing practices and pill mills, 98, 4:18
–and MACIAS, ALEXIS, 2012 state legislative wrap-up, 98, 1:18
–and SUTTON, JON, Chapter lobby days forge ahead in state capitals, 98, 10:16
GUPTA, MEERA, Patient feedback makes us better surgeons, 98, 11:24
GUY, STEPHEN R., and FALTA, EDWARD M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and JINDAL, TARUN R., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and BABAKHANI, ARNEH, Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17

H

HALVORSON, DANA, and RICKETTS, THOMAS, and MOYE, CHANTAY, What surgeons should know about…The importance of surgical workforce maps, 98, 1:49
HAMED, OSAMA H., and POLAVARAPU, HARSHA V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and SUN, SUSIE, 100 years of surgical education: The past, present, and future, 98, 7:22
HARTZELL, GEORGE W. Jr., From residency to retirement: Retired surgeon satisfies desire to serve patients through primary care, 98, 7:57
HEALY, GERALD B., and DAGI, FORCHT T., ACS joins campaign to encourage use of surgical crisis checklists, 98, 10:64
HEDSTROM, JOHN, The 113th Congress: A look at the year ahead, 98, 5:29
–Progress or retrogress? Status of the 113th Congress, 98, 10:19
HENDREN, W. HARDY, In memoriam: C. Everett Koop, MD, FACS, former U.S. Surgeon General, renowned pediatric surgeon, and public health advocate, 98, 6:74
HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KO, CLIFFORD, and KELZ, RACHEL R., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., The ACS NSQIP® Quality In-Training Initiative: Educating residents to ensure the future of optimal surgical care, 98, 11:30
HOLMER, HAMPUS, and GREENBERG, SARAH L.M., and MEARA, JOHN G., and O’NEILL, KATHLEEN M., Applying surgical apps: Smartphone and tablet apps prove useful in clinical practice, 98, 11:10
HORGAN, MARK, and HOYLER, MARGO M., Alternatives to litigation are available: The liability insurer’s perspective, 98, 3:45
HORNER, CLAIRE, and POLACK, E. PHILLIPS, and KAPPEL, DAVID A., and MATTSON, MARIFRAN, and SATKOSKE, VALERIE, Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues? 98, 9:28
HOWARD, PHILIP K., and MAINE, REBECCA G., Health courts may be best cure for what ails the liability system, 98, 3:29
HOYLER, MARGO M., and BOOTHMAN, RICHARD, The University of Michigan’s Early Disclosure and Offer Program, 98, 3:21
–and COHN, JANET, and SENECAL, SUSAN, New York State shows benefits of CRP demonstration project, 98, 3:26
–and HORGAN, MARK, Alternatives to litigation are available: The liability insurer’s perspective, 98, 3:45
–and MAINE, REBECCA G., New directions in liability reform, 98, 3:36
–and MALONE, PATRICK A., Attorneys and physicians share common goals: The medical liability lawyer’s perspective, 98, 3:49
–and MEARA, JOHN G., AHRQ program promotes patient safety and liability reform, 98, 3:13
–and REXFORD, JEAN, More emphasis on safety needed: The patient advocate’s perspective, 98, 3:47
–and TRACCI, MARGARET C., and JASAK, ROBERT S., and SUTTON, JON H., and MEARA, JOHN G., Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care? 98, 5:11
HOYT, DAVID B., Executive Director’s annual report, 98, 12:19
–Looking forward, 98, 1:7 (ACS values ); 2:7 (Transition to Practice Fellowship); 3:7 (high reliability organizations); 4:7 (Driven video); 5:8 (ACS Inspiring Quality Tour); 6:8 (strategic planning); 7:7 (Value-Based Update); 8:8 (ATLS®); 9:7 (2013 Clinical Congress) 10:8 (long-term disability insurance); 11:8(strategic planning and values); 12:6 (2013 achievements)

J

JACKSON, JENNY J., Coding and practice management corner: The Medicare program: Enrollment and participation options, 98, 12:46
–What surgeons should know about…The benefits of attending an ACS Coding Workshop, 98, 3:66
–and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK, Coding and practice management corner: The complexities of coding bilateral procedures, 98, 10:47
–and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., Coding and practice management corner: Effectively using E/M codes for trauma care, 98, 6:56
–and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA M., Coding and practice management corner: Coding for damage-control surgery, 98, 8:57
–and MORISY, LEE R., What surgeons should know about…Transitioning to ICD-10, 98, 5:41
–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and SAVARISE, MARK, and BARNEY, LINDA, 2013 payment policy and coding changes affecting surgical practice, 98, 1:9
–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA, Coding and practice management corner: Documentation of services provided in the postoperative global period, 98, 5:48
JACOBS, LENWORTH M., Jr., Citation for Prof. J. Octavio Ruiz Speare, MD, FACS, 98,11:52
JACOBS, LENWORTH M., and BURNS, KARYL J., and MCSWAIN, NORMAN, and CARVER, WAYNE, Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 98, 6:10
JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
JASAK, ROBERT S., and SUTTON, JON H., and MEARA, JOHN G., and HOYLER, MARGO M., and TRACCI, MARGARET C., Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care? 98, 5:11
JIA, SHIJING, and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and WALL, ANJI, and KODNER, IRA, and KEUNE, JASON D., Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest, 98, 5:32
JINDAL, RAHUL M., and BABAKHANI, ARNEH, and GUY, STEPHEN R., and FALTA, EDWARD M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., and JINDAL, TARUN R., Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17
JINDAL, TARUN R., and JINDAL, RAHUL M., and BABAKHANI, ARNEH, and GUY, STEPHEN R., and FALTA, EDWARD M., and ELSTER, ERIC A., Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana, 98, 6:17
JOINT COMMITTEE TO CREATE A NATIONAL POLICY TO ENHANCE SURVIVABILITY FROM MASS-CASUALTY SHOOTING EVENTS, Active Shooter and Intentional Mass-Casualty Events: The Hartford Consensus Statement II, 98, 9:18
–Improving Survival from Active Shooter Events: The Hartford Consensus, 98, 6:14
JORDAN, PAUL H., Jr., From residency to retirement: Is medicine still a good profession? Reflections of a retired surgeon, 98, 1:58

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KACHALIA, ALLEN, and ONG, CECILIA, Safe harbors: Liability reform for patients and physicians, 98, 3:41
KADLEC, ADAM O., and FAROOQ, AHMER, and QUEK, MARCUS L., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, Choosing a physician in the Yelp era, 98, 11:20
KAPPEL, DAVID A., and MATTSON, MARIFRAN, and SATKOSKE, VALERIE, and HORNER, CLAIRE, and POLACK, E. PHILLIPS, Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues? 98, 9:28
KASHYAP, VIKRAM S., 2012 ANZ Traveling Fellow reports on enriching trip “Down Under,” 98, 12:63
KATZ, MATTHEW H.G., and AHMAD, SYED, and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pushing the technical limits of surgery, 98, 1:61
KELZ, RACHEL R., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KO, CLIFFORD, The ACS NSQIP® Quality In-Training Initiative: Educating residents to ensure the future of optimal surgical care, 98, 11:30
KENNEDY, CHRISTINE M., and WARNOCK, GARTH L., and CARON, NADINE R., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery in “The Great White North”— universal care or universal challenge? 98, 10:50
KEUNE, JASON D., and JIA, SHIJING, and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and WALL, ANJI, Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest, 98, 5:32
KLINGENSMITH, MARY E., and MALANGONI, MARK A., SCORE provides residents with Web-based curriculum for developing key competencies, 98, 10:10
KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, ACS Clinical Scholars-in-Residence program offers unique research and educational opportunity, 98, 3:72
–and KELZ, RACHEL R., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., The ACS NSQIP® Quality In-Training Initiative: Educating residents to ensure the future of optimal surgical care, 98, 11:30
KODERA, AKIYO, and CASEY, KATHLEEN M., Fellows honored for volunteerism, 98, 9:68
KODNER, IRA, and KEUNE, JASON D., and JIA, SHIJING, and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and WALL, ANJI, Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest, 98, 5:32
KUERER, HENRY M., and NELSON, HEIDI, and PEZZI, CHRISTOPHER M., ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving cancer care through quality measures: Putting evidence to work with the CoC, 98, 8:62
KULAYLAT, AFIF, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, and SUN, RAPHAEL C., Improved communication techniques enable residents to provide better care now and in the future, 98, 8:26
KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and SUN, SUSIE, and HAMED, OSAMA H., and POLAVARAPU, HARSHA V., 100 years of surgical education: The past, present, and future, 98, 7:22
KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and ZHENG, FEIBI, and KUY, SREYRAM, and BITTNER, JAMES G. IV, Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part II: Interviews with leaders in surgical education, 98, 8:43
KUY, SREYRAM, and BITTNER, JAMES G. IV, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and ZHENG, FEIBI, Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part II: Interviews with leaders in surgical education, 98, 8:43
KUY, SREYRAM, and GANTT, GERALD, and BAKER, JENNIFER, and MISRA, SUBHASIS, and MANIMALA, NEIL J., The role of politics in shaping surgical training, 98, 8:17

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LaPORTA, ANTHONY, and LIPSHY, KENNETH A., Operating room crisis management leadership training: Guidance for surgical team education, 98, 10:24
LEEDS, IRA L., and SRINIVASAN, JAHNAVI, and PATTARAS, JOHN G., and MASTER, VIRAJ A., A win for all: Faculty-student partnerships in surgical humanitarianism, 98, 2:12
LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34
LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
LIPSHY, KENNETH A., and LaPORTA, ANTHONY, Operating room crisis management leadership training: Guidance for surgical team education, 98, 10:24
LOGGHE, HEATHER, and MAA, JOHN, and SCHWARTZ, JERRY, Twitter usage at Clinical Congress rises markedly in two years, 98, 2:22

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MAA, JOHN, and SCHWARTZ, JERRY, and LOGGHE, HEATHER, Twitter usage at Clinical Congress rises markedly in two years, 98, 2:22
MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK, and JACKSON, JENNY J., Coding and practice management corner: The complexities of coding bilateral procedures, 98, 10:47
MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and JACKSON, JENNY J., Coding and practice management corner: Coding for damage-control surgery, 98, 8:57
MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and JACKSON, JENNY J., Coding and practice management corner: Effectively using E/M codes for trauma care, 98, 6:56
MacFARLANE, JOHN K., Citation for Prof. R.J. Heald, CBE, MChir, FRCS(Ed)(Eng), 98, 11:51
MACIAS, ALEXIS, and GRILL, CHARLOTTE, 2012 state legislative wrap-up, 98, 1:18
MAHAL-VAN BRENK, CINDY, and PETERS, JEFFRY A., and WHITE, JOHN V., and YOUNG, DAVID, Surgical leadership in the era of quality-based payment, 98, 5:22
MAINE, REBECCA G., and HOYLER, MARGO M., New directions in liability reform, 98, 3:36
–and HOWARD, PHILIP K., Health courts may be best cure for what ails the liability system, 98, 3:29
–and MEHLMAN, MAXWELL J., Health courts will not cure all liability ills, 98, 3:32
MALANGONI, MARK A., and KLINGENSMITH, MARY E., SCORE provides residents with Web-based curriculum for developing key competencies, 98, 10:10
MALONE, PATRICK A., and HOYLER, MARGO M., Attorneys and physicians share common goals: The medical liability lawyer’s perspective, 98, 3:49
MANIMALA, NEIL J., and KUY, SREYRAM, and GANTT, GERALD, and BAKER, JENNIFER, and MISRA, SUBHASIS, The role of politics in shaping surgical training, 98, 8:17
MARSHALL, JAMES R., and NELSON, HEIDI, and PARSONS, J. KELLOGG, ACS Clinical Research Program: Does altering diet affect progression of prostate cancer? The MEAL study, 98, 10:57
MASTER, VIRAJ A., and LEEDS, IRA L., and SRINIVASAN, JAHNAVI, and PATTARAS, JOHN G., A win for all: Faculty-student partnerships in surgical humanitarianism, 98, 2:12
MATTSON, MARIFRAN, and SATKOSKE, VALERIE, and HORNER, CLAIRE, and POLACK, E. PHILLIPS, and KAPPEL, DAVID A., Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues? 98, 9:28
McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Rapid Quality Reporting System: From quality measurement to quality improvement, 98, 9:52
McSWAIN, NORMAN, and CARVER, WAYNE, and JACOBS, LENWORTH M., and BURNS, KARYL J., Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival, 98, 6:10
MEARA, JOHN G., New approaches to liability reform: An introduction, 98, 3:10
–and HOYLER, MARGO M., AHRQ program promotes patient safety and liability reform. 98, 3:13
–and HOYLER, MARGO M., and TRACCI, MARGARET C., and JASAK, ROBERT S., and SUTTON, JON H., Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care? 98, 5:11
MEARA, JOHN G., and O’NEILL, KATHLEEN M., and HOLMER, HAMPUS, and GREENBERG, SARAH L.M., Applying surgical apps: Smartphone and tablet apps prove useful in clinical practice, 98, 11:10
MEHLMAN, MAXWELL J., and MAINE, REBECCA G., Health courts will not cure all liability ills, 98, 3:32
MENG, MAXWELL V., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: What is the appropriate extent of lymphadenectomy for bladder cancer? 98, 7:60
MEYER, ANTHONY A., and EASTMAN, A. BRENT In memoriam: George F. Sheldon, MD, FACS: A lifetime of achievement as a scholar, surgical educator, 98, 9:60
MEYER, ROGER A., From residency to retirement: Medicine still a noble calling, despite outside interference, 98, 11:39
MISRA, SUBHASIS, and MANIMALA, NEIL J., and KUY, SREYRAM, and GANTT, GERALD, and BAKER, JENNIFER, The role of politics in shaping surgical training, 98,8:17
MOLENA, DANIELA, and CASTLE, SHANNON L., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, International surgery provides opportunities for residents to serve and learn, 98, 8:33
MORSE, SARA, 2012 elections: $6 billion status quo, 98, 2:25
MORISY, LEE R., and JACKSON, JENNY J., What surgeons should know about…Transitioning to ICD-10, 98, 5:41
MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and MOLENA, DANIELA, and CASTLE, SHANNON L., International surgery provides opportunities for residents to serve and learn, 98, 8:33
MOYE, CHANTAY P., 2013 Summit allows surgeons to put advocacy into action, 98, 7:75
–and HALVORSON, DANA, and RICKETTS, THOMAS, What surgeons should know about…The importance of surgical workforce maps, 98, 1:49

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NAHRWOLD, DAVID L., In memoriam: John Mann Beal, MD, FACS, remembered as caring surgeon, educator, and advocate for the surgical profession, 98, 9:65
NANCE, MICHAEL L., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2012: More than 70 percent, 98, 1:65
–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: 2012 Pediatric Report: Devastating at any age, 98, 2:59
–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: What’s on TV, 98, 11:44
NAPOLITANO, LENA M., Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: October 2012, 98, 2:74
–Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: June 2013, 98, 8:80
NELSON, HEIDI, and AL-REFAIE, WADDAH B., and WEINBERG, ARMIN, ACS Clinical Research Program: Are older adults adequately represented in surgical oncology trials? 98, 5:52
–and KATZ, MATTHEW H.G., and AHMAD, SYED, ACS Clinical Research Program: Borderline resectable pancreatic cancer: Pushing the technical limits of surgery, 98, 1:61
–and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., ACS Clinical Research Program: American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Rapid Quality Reporting System: From quality measurement to quality improvement, 98, 9:52
–and MENG, MAXWELL V., ACS Clinical Research Program: What is the appropriate extent of lymphadenectomy for bladder cancer? 98, 7:60
–and PARSONS, J. KELLOGG, and MARSHALL, JAMES R., ACS Clinical Research Program: Does altering diet affect progression of prostate cancer? The MEAL study, 98, 10:57
–and PEZZI, CHRISTOPHER M., and KUERER, HENRY M., ACS Clinical Research Program:Improving cancer care through quality measures: Putting evidence to work with the CoC, 98, 8:62
NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
NUMANN, PATRICIA J., Citation for Prof. Prinya Sakiyalak, MD, FACS, 98, 11:53

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OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., What surgeons should know about…Bundled payment, 98, 7:54
–What surgeons should know about…The inpatient list, 98, 6:54
–and SAVARISE, MARK, and BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY, 2013 payment policy and coding changes affecting surgical practice, 98, 1:9
–and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY J., Coding and practice management corner: Documentation of services provided in the postoperative global period, 98, 5:48
O’NEILL, KATHLEEN M., and HOLMER, HAMPUS, and GREENBERG, SARAH L.M., and MEARA, JOHN G., Applying surgical apps: Smartphone and tablet apps prove useful in clinical practice, 98, 11:10
ONG, CECILIA, Medical mediation: Bringing everyone to the table, 98, 3:17
–and KACHALIA, ALLEN, Safe harbors: Liability reform for patients and physicians, 98, 3:41
ORESKOVICH, MICK, and ANDERSON, JAMES, Physician personalities and burnout, 98, 6:40

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PALMISANO, DONALD J., and RANUM, DARRELL, Symptoms of normal recovery or complication: The risks of postoperative care, 98, 6:28
PARSONS, J. KELLOGG, and MARSHALL, JAMES R., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Does altering diet affect progression of prostate cancer? The MEAL study, 98, 10:57
PATTARAS, JOHN G., and MASTER, VIRAJ A., and LEEDS, IRA L., and SRINIVASAN, JAHNAVI, A win for all: Faculty-student partnerships in surgical humanitarianism, 98, 2:12
PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., Presidential Address: The surgeon of the future: Anchoring innovation and science with moral values, 98, 12:8
PEZZI, CHRISTOPHER M., and KUERER, HENRY M., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving cancer care through quality measures: Putting evidence to work with the CoC, 98, 8:62
PEREGRIN, TONY, ACS scholarship recipients: Where are they now? 98, 6:33
–Emerging trends in lifelong learning: New directions for ACS surgical education programs, 98, 4:9
–Revitalized Leadership Conference motivates members to redefine roles and responsibilities, 98, 7:67
PERRY, ROGER R., ACS Board of Governors’ Committee updates: Governors’ Committee on Physician Competency and Health, 98, 5:44
PETERS, JEFFRY A., and WHITE, JOHN V., and YOUNG, DAVID, and MAHAL-VAN BRENK, CINDY, Surgical leadership in the era of quality-based payment, 98, 5:22
PEZZI, CHRISTOPHER M., and KUERER, HENRY M., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Improving cancer care through quality measures: Putting evidence to work with the CoC, 98, 8:62
POLACK, E. PHILLIPS, and KAPPEL, DAVID A., and MATTSON, MARIFRAN, and SATKOSKE, VALERIE, and HORNER, CLAIRE, Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues? 98, 9:28
POLAVARAPU, HARSHA V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and SUN, SUSIE, and HAMED, OSAMA H., 100 years of surgical education: The past, present, and future, 98, 7:22
PULS, MARK W., Dispatches from rural surgeons: College leaders answer the question, “Why is rural surgery an important issue now?” 98, 1:54

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QUEK, MARCUS L., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and KADLEC, ADAM O., and FAROOQ, AHMER, Choosing a physician in the Yelp era, 98, 11:20

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RANUM, DARRELL, and PALMISANO, DONALD J., Symptoms of normal recovery or complication: The risks of postoperative care, 98, 6:28
REXFORD, JEAN, and HOYLER, MARGO M., More emphasis on safety needed: The patient advocate’s perspective, 98, 3:47
RICHARDSON, J. DAVID, 2011–2012: A year of reaffirming the College’s past and anticipating the needs of the future, 98, 1:24
–ACS Transition to Practice program offers residents additional opportunities to hone skills, 98, 9:23
RICKETTS, THOMAS, and MOYE, CHANTAY, and HALVORSON, DANA, What surgeons should know about…The importance of surgical workforce maps, 98, 1:49
RIOUX, JOHN P., ACS Board of Governors’ Committee updates: Governors’ Committee on Chapter Relations, 98, 4:53
ROSE, DEVIN, IM nailing makes basketball player’s recovery a snap, 98, 11:36

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SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
SAGE, JILL, What surgeons should know about…Using S-CAHPS, 98, 8:53
SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., From residency to retirement: Changing the surgical culture, one apple at a time, 98, 4:63
–and GRANT, SCOTT B., and DIXON, JENNIFER L., and GLASS, NINA E., Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part I, 98, 8:38
–and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KO, CLIFFORD, and KELZ, RACHEL R., The ACS NSQIP® Quality In-Training Initiative: Educating residents to ensure the future of optimal surgical care, 98, 11:30
SANABRIA, ALVARO, Recipient of the 2012 ACS International Guest Scholarship reports on experience, 98, 2:82
SANTIN, BRIAN J., Hold the onions: Training in an era of heightened diversity and expectations, 98, 8:12
SATKOSKE, VALERIE, and HORNER, CLAIRE, and POLACK, E. PHILLIPS, and KAPPEL, DAVID A., and MATTSON, MARIFRAN, Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues? 98, 9:28
SAVARISE, MARK, Coding and practice management corner: Coding for hospital admission, consultations, and emergency department visits, 98, 2:54
–and BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, 2013 payment policy and coding changes affecting surgical practice, 98, 1:9
–and COMO, JOHN J., ACS Fellows provide surgical leadership and service in India, 98, 4:30
–and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., Coding and practice management corner: The complexities of coding bilateral procedures, 98, 10:47
–and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., Coding and practice management corner: Coding for damage-control surgery, 98, 8:57
–and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY J., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., Coding and practice management corner: Documentation of services provided in the postoperative global period, 98, 5:48
–and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., Coding and practice management corner: Effectively using E/M codes for trauma care, 98, 6:56
SHEARBURN III, EDWIN W., Get some rest: Minimizing the effects of sleep deprivation on patient care, 98, 12:36
SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE, Surgeons put planning, preparation, past experience to work in efforts to save Boston Marathon bombing victims, 98, 9:9
SCHROEN, ANNEKE T., 2013 Traveling Fellow to Germany reports on experiences, 98, 10:95
SCHWARTZ, JERRY, and LOGGHE, HEATHER, and MAA, JOHN, Twitter usage at Clinical Congress rises markedly in two years, 98, 2:22
SENECAL, SUSAN, and HOYLER, MARGO M., and COHN, JANET, New York State shows benefits of CRP demonstration project, 98, 3:26
SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., Coding and practice management corner: Coding for damage-control surgery, 98, 8:57
SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and BARNEY, LINDA, and JACKSON, JENNY J., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and SAVARISE, MARK T., Coding and practice management corner: Documentation of services provided in the postoperative global period, 98, 5:48
SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER K., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and MABRY, CHARLES D., and SAVARISE, MARK T., Coding and practice management corner: Effectively using E/M codes for trauma care, 98, 6:56
SLAKEY, DOUGLAS P., and DAVIDSON, INGEMAR, Surgeons lead educational program to improve kidney care in Vietnam, 98, 10:34
SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and MOLENA, DANIELA, and CASTLE, SHANNON L., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., International surgery provides opportunities for residents to serve and learn, 98, 8:33
SRINIVASAN, JAHNAVI, and PATTARAS, JOHN G., and MASTER, VIRAJ A., and LEEDS, IRA L., A win for all: Faculty-student partnerships in surgical humanitarianism, 98, 2:12
STARZL, THOMAS E., In memoriam: Joseph E. Murray, MD, FACS, opened doors for transplant surgeons, 98, 2:61
STOJADINOVIC, ALEXANDER, Fellow pays tribute to ACS and citizen surgeons, 98, 12:15
SUGAR, JANE G., and GRIFFEN, F. DEAN, The future of robotics: A dilemma for general surgeons, 98, 7:9
SUN, RAPHAEL C., and KULAYLAT, AFIF, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and EMAMAULLEE, JULIET, Improved communication techniques enable residents to provide better care now and in the future, 98, 8:26
SUN, SUSIE, and HAMED, OSAMA H., and POLAVARAPU, HARSHA V., and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., 100 years of surgical education: The past, present, and future, 98, 7:22
SUTTON, JON H., 2013 state legislative wrap-up, 98, 12:31
–Maintenance of licensure moving forward, 98, 7:28
–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., Issues discussed at the AMA House of Delegates meeting include definition of surgery, obesity, 98, 10:75
–and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., Surgeons advocate in the AMA House of Delegates, 98, 3:74
–and GRILL, CHARLOTTE Chapter lobby days forge ahead in state capitals, 98, 10:16
–and MEARA, JOHN G., and HOYLER, MARGO M., and TRACCI, MARGARET C., and JASAK, ROBERT S., Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care? 98, 5:11

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TEPAS, JOSEPH J., ACS Board of Governors’ Committee updates: Governors’ Socioeconomic Issues Committee, 98, 4:48
TIEBERG, DONNA, Chapter news, 98, 4:74, 6:86, 8:90, 10:81, 12:61
TRACCI, MARGARET C., and JASAK, ROBERT S., and SUTTON, JON H., and MEARA, JOHN G., and HOYLER, MARGO M., Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care? 98, 5:11

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VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, and YOON, ALFRED, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22

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WALL, ANJI, and KODNER, IRA, and KEUNE, JASON D., and JIA, SHIJING, and BROWN, DOUGLAS, Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest, 98, 5:32
WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34
WARNOCK, GARTH L., and CARON, NADINE R., and KENNEDY, CHRISTINE M., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery in “The Great White North”— universal care or universal challenge? 98, 10:50
WARSHAW, ANDREW L., Citation for Prof. Markus W. Büchler, 98, 11:50
WEINBERG, ARMIN, and NELSON, HEIDI, and AL-REFAIE, WADDAH B., ACS Clinical Research Program: Are older adults adequately represented in surgical oncology trials? 98, 5:52
WHITE, JOHN V., and YOUNG, DAVID, and MAHAL-VAN BRENK, CINDY, and PETERS, JEFFRY A., Surgical leadership in the era of quality-based payment, 98, 5:22
WRIGHT, COREY J., and FAKHRO, ABDULLA, and ARRINGTON, AMANDA K., and CHIRICHELLA, THOMAS J., and WARD, WILLIAM H., and ELLIMOOTTIL, CHANDY, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly, 98, 9:34

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YOON, ALFRED, and VARDANIAN, ANDREW, and NGUYEN, PHUONG, and SACKS, JUSTIN, and GORDON, CHAD, and JARRAHY, REZA, and LI, ANDREW, Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay, 98, 11:22
YOUNG, DAVID, and MAHAL-VAN BRENK, CINDY, and PETERS, JEFFRY A., and WHITE, JOHN V., Surgical leadership in the era of quality-based payment, 98, 5:22

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ZHENG, FEIBI, and KUY, SREYRAM, and BITTNER, JAMES G. IV, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part II: Interviews with leaders in surgical education, 98, 8:43

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