2014 author index

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ACKERMAN, LEYSTRA TARA, Liability reform, scope of practice, trauma topped state legislative agendas in 2014, 99, 12:37

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN, Implementation of the ACA: Turning federal law into state-level reality, 99, 5:23

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN, State lobby days build bridges, 99, 10:18

–and ROSEN, JUSTIN, Surgeons as state advocates, 99, 9:33

AGRAWAL, NEHA, What surgeons should know about…Physician Payments Sunshine Act data scheduled for release, 99, 9:48

–and SAGE, JILL, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, What surgeons should know about…The FY 2015 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule, 99, 11:45

AHAD, AHMAD W., and LELAND, HYUMA A., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KING, RAY S., The “bionic” era: Exploring the use of advanced technology in surgery, 99, 8:36

AL-DAFA, MARYAH B., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and DARZI, ARA W., and KEOWN, OLIVER P., and AL-THANI, HASSAN ALI, World Innovation Summit for Health provides a global perspective on surgery, 99, 6:13

AL-THANI, HASSAN ALI, and AL-DAFA, MARYAH B., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and DARZI, ARA W., and KEOWN, OLIVER P., World Innovation Summit for Health provides a global perspective on surgery, 99, 6:13

ANGELOS, PETER, and HALL, BRUCE L., and RAVAL, MEHUL V., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and MEDBERY, RACHEL LAURA, Distinguishing QI projects from human subjects research: Ethical and practical considerations, 99, 7:21

ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., and SUTTON, JON H., The debate continues: ACS at the AMA House of Delegates, 99, 3:47

–and SUTTON, JON H., Surgeons influence AMA policy, 99, 9:73

AZOURY, SAÏD C., Second-place essay—reform: Revisiting the visions of Halsted, Churchill, and Dudley to fix surgical training a century later, 99, 11:26

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BAHNSON, ROBERT, From residency to retirement: Remembering Hank, 99, 5:43

BAILEY, H. RANDOLPH, and MEARA, JOHN G., and GUTNIK, LILY, and SMITH, HEATHER, and GOLDSZER, JAMES F., Merging Medicare Parts A and B: Potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders, 99, 2:19

BAILEY, LISA, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Neoadjuvant cancer therapy: Benefitting patients and improving cancer care, 99, 6:51

BARNEY, LINDA M., and GOKAK, SANA Z., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SAGE, JILL S., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

and MABRY, CHARLES, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and SAVARISE, MARK, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, Coding and practice management corner: Reporting patient safety indicator-15, 99, 5:39

–and NICOLETTI, BETSY, and SAVARISE, MARK, What surgeons should know about…Billing for services performed by nonphysician practitioners, 99, 5:36

–and SAVARISE, MARK, and WHITACRE, ERIC, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about coding for breast surgery, 99, 9:52

BARRETT, ALLISON, and BHOLAT, OMAR, and DEGLIUOMINI, JOHN, and WALLACK, MARC, and KHITHANI, AMIT, Lessons in collaboration: New York surgeons look back at Superstorm Sandy, 99, 10:10

BAUER, THOMAS L., SR., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Community-based physicians and hospitals need to participate in clinical trials, 99, 4:46

BAXTER, NANCY, 2013 Traveling Fellow reports on trip to Australia and New Zealand, 99, 1:78

BAZZARELLI, AMY, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL, and GARVEY, ERIN, and HOGAN, JESSICA, Coaching and mentoring modern surgeons, 99, 8:30

BECHAMPS, GERALD J., and KURTZMAN, SCOTT, Adverse behaviors and their effect on credentialing and licensure, 99, 10:32

BEKTESHI , FLAMUR, and RIVERA, RENATO, and LATIFI, RIFAT, and MORA, FRANCISCO, Preoperative telemedicine evaluation of surgical mission patients: Should we use it routinely? 99, 1:7

BERRY, ROBERT, From the Archives: ACS returns books to the Illinois College Medical Library: A look at their history, 99, 4:48

BHOLAT, OMAR, and DEGLIUOMINI, JOHN, and WALLACK, MARC, and KHITHANI, AMIT, and BARRETT, ALLISON, Lessons in collaboration: New York surgeons look back at Superstorm Sandy, 99, 10:10

BILIMORIA, KARL, and KO, CLIFFORD Y., Scholars in Residence Program benefits surgical residents and the ACS, 99, 3:55

BINGENER, JULIANE, and SLOAN, JEFF, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: QOL concerns in surgical patients: Assessment and intervention, 99, 10:44

and SLOAN, JEFF, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient quality of life: Vitally important, 99, 5:46

BOSCO, JOSEPH, and SHAH, PARESH C., and IORIO, RICHARD, and SLOVER, JAMES D., and TORRANCE, ALECIA, Optimizing the OR for bundled payments: A case study, 99, 11:29

BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and BAILEY, LISA, ACS Clinical Research Program: Neoadjuvant cancer therapy: Benefitting patients and improving cancer care, 99,6:51

–and BAUER, THOMAS L., ACS Clinical Research Program: Community-based physicians and hospitals need to participate in clinical trials, 99, 4:46

–and BINGENER, JULIANE, and SLOAN, JEFF, ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient quality of life: Vitally important, 99, 5:46

–and BINGENER, JULIANE, and SLOAN, JEFF, ACS Clinical Research Program: QOL concerns in surgical patients: Assessment and intervention, 99, 10:44

and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., ACS Clinical Research Program:NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

–and HUNT, KELLY K., and MITTENDORF, ELIZABETH A., ACS Clinical Research Program:SLN surgery for clinically node-positive breast cancer patients treated with neoadjuvant therapy, 99, 7:52

–and MENG, MAXWELL V., ACS Clinical Research Program: Treating metastatic prostate cancer now and in the future, 99, 9:55

–and NELSON, HEIDI, and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., ACS Clinical Research Program: Less invasive option for small hepatocellular carcinoma: Thermal ablation as first-line therapy? 99, 2:46

–and SHEN, PERRY, ACS Clinical Research Program: Colorectal cancer metastatic to the liver: Making the unresectable resectable, 99, 11:49

BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., and  HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

BRITT, L. D., Citation for Prof. O. James Garden, BSc, MB, BCh, CBE, MD, FRCSGlas, FRCPEd, FRSE, 99, 11:64

BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., and HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

BROWNING, KATHRYN DRAKE, Georgia coalition develops bariatric surgery pilot project, 99, 12:35  

BROWNSON, ELISHA G., Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Accepting accountability and moving forward, 99, 1:11

BRUNT, L. MICHAEL, FLS: Celebrating a decade of innovation in surgical education, 99, 11:10

BUSUTTIL, RONALD W., Citation for Prof. Chung-Mau Lo, MB, BS, FACS, 99, 11:66

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CAROPRESO, PHIL, Dispatches from rural surgeons: ACS rural listserv: An “underdog” success story, 99, 7:48

CHAGPAR, ANEES B., Claude H. Organ, Jr., MD, FACS, Traveling Fellow reports on experience in India, 99, 10:76

CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., ACS Clinical Research Program:NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

–and NELSON, HEIDI, and GREENBERG, CAPRICE, ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient-centered outcomes research: Is this really something new? 99, 1:51

CLARKE, JOHN R., Is your office helping you prevent wrong site surgery? 99, 4:28

CLOYD, JORDAN M., and WREN, SHERRY M., Surgical training abroad: It’s not about the cases, 99, 9:42

COFFRON, MATTHEW, and HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., and TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

COPELAND, EDWARD M. III, From residency to retirement: Surgeons as employees: Is the lining always golden? 99, 1:48

CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

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DARZI, ARA W., and KEOWN, OLIVER P., and AL-THANI, HASSAN ALI, and AL-DAFA, MARYAH B., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., World Innovation Summit for Health provides a global perspective on surgery, 99, 6:13

DEGLIUOMINI, JOHN, and WALLACK, MARC, and KHITHANI, AMIT, and BARRETT, ALLISON, and BHOLAT, OMAR, Lessons in collaboration: New York surgeons look back at Superstorm Sandy, 99, 10:10

DONOVAN, CORY, Pregnant with hematemesis, 99, 1S:7

DUCOIN, CHRISTOPHER, Second-place essay—revolution: Five-year general surgery residency: Reform or revolution? 99, 11:20

DWYER, KAITLYN, and MOYE, CHANTAY P., 2014 Advocacy program: Attendees learn about traditions that influence legislative outcomes, 99, 6:65

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ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL, and GARVEY, ERIN, and HOGAN, JESSICA, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, Coaching and mentoring modern surgeons, 99, 8:30

ELLISON, E. CHRISTOPHER, Citation for Prof. Alberto Raul Ferreres, MD, PhD, MPH, FACS, 99,11:63

and STEINBERG, STEVEN M., and ZINNER, MICHAEL J., Health policy program produces surgeon advocates and leaders, 99, 3:22

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FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points:BYOB helmet, 99, 8:61

–NTDB® data points: Don’t chance it: Use your seatbelt, 99, 9:63

–NTDB® data points: The DTs: Delirium tremens, 99, 11:56

–NTDB® data points: Flotation devices—Mae West style, 99, 6:56

–NTDB® data points: Residential institutions, 99, 5:51

–NTDB® data points: Top 10 list, 99, 4:53

–NTDB® data points: Unanticipated withdrawal, 99, 10:48

–NTDB® data points: Zero tolerance, 99, 3:43

–and FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, NTDB® data points: Go before you go: Bladder injuries, 99, 12:51

–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: Annual Report 2013: Where did they go? 99, 1:55

–and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: 2013 Pediatric Report: Pediatric consumers, 99, 2:49

and NANCE, MICHAEL L., NTDB® data points: To protect your children, keep your pool safe, 99, 7:58

FANTUS, RICHARD JACOB, and FANTUS, RICHARD JOSEPH, NTDB® data points: Go before you go: Bladder injuries, 99, 12:51

FARMA, JEFFREY M., 2014 Traveling Fellow to Germany reports on experiences, 99, 11:81

FARROKHI, ELLEN, The YFA Essay Contest: Introduction, 99, 10:29

FAYANJU, OLUWADAMILOLA, Under your nose, 99, 1S:8

FELDMAN, LIANE S., and JONES, DANIEL B., and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and FUCHSHUBER, PASCAL R., and ROBINSON, THOMAS N., The SAGES FUSE program: Bridging a patient safety gap, 99, 9:18

FINLEY, RICHARD J., Citation for Prof. Toni Lerut, MD, PhD, MPH, FACS, 99,11:65

FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program:NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

FUCHSHUBER, PASCAL R., and ROBINSON, THOMAS N., and FELDMAN, LIANE S., and JONES, DANIEL B., and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., The SAGES FUSE program: Bridging a patient safety gap, 99, 9:18

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GARCIA, JONATHAN L., Patience with the difficult patient, 99, 1S:9

GARNESKI, SALLY, and SCHWARTZ, JERRY, and LOSBY, JIM, A new era begins for ACS online properties, 99, 9:12

GARRETT, KEVIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., The aging surgeon: When is it time to leave active practice? 99, 4:32

GARRY, JOHN E., and UPADHYAYA, POOJA, and HINSDALE, JAMES G., and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MAA, JOHN, Northern California Chapter engages in ongoing legislative activities, 99, 3:51

GARVEY, ERIN, and HOGAN, JESSICA, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL, Coaching and mentoring modern surgeons, 99, 8:30

GEORGIEFF, ERYNN M., and KALLIES, KARA J., and MATHIASON, MICHELLE A., and JARMAN, BENJAMIN T., Gundersen Health System studies effect of modifier 22 on reimbursement for complex operations, 99, 3:31

GLICKSON, JEANNIE, And the beat goes on: Surgeons take a break from the OR to play in rock bands, 99, 6:24

2014 National Conference: ACS NSQIP celebrates 10th anniversary of improving patient outcomes, 99, 11:68

GOKAK, SANA, What surgeons should know about… Avoiding the 2015 Medicare EHR Incentive Program penalty, 99, 6:48

–What surgeons should know about…The ICD-10 delay, 99, 7:46

–What surgeons should know about…PQRS reporting in 2014, 99, 3:37

and JACKSON, JENNY J., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SAGE, JILL S., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and BARNEY, LINDA M., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

–and MABRY, CHARLES D., The benefits of PQRS participation and what the College is doing on your behalf, 99, 9:28

GOLDMAN, MITCHELL H., and JOHNSON, KATHLEEN A., and SWEET, ROBERT M., The ACS Accredited Education Institutes Fellowship Program: Training leaders in simulation-based education, 99, 7:17

GOLDSZER, JAMES F., and BAILEY, RANDOLPH H., and MEARA, JOHN G., and GUTNIK, LILY, and SMITH, HEATHER, Merging Medicare Parts A and B: Potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders, 99, 2:19

GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and MURTHY, SHILPA S., and WEISSMAN, JOEL S., Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

GRANT, SCOTT B., and McNALLY, MEGAN E., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and IYER, PRIYA H., The e-volution of the 21st century surgeon, 99, 8:42

–and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and IYER, PRIYA, From residency to retirement: RAS-ACS International Exchange Scholarship Program provides unique opportunity for global collaboration, 99, 4:42

GREENBERG, CAPRICE, and CHANG, GEORGE J., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient-centered outcomes research: Is this really something new? 99, 1:51

–and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., ACS Clinical Research Program:NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

GREENE, FREDERICK, and JOHNSTONE, DAVID, and STRAND, NANCY, ACS commemorates 50-year anniversary of Surgeon General’s report on smoking and health, 99, 8:69

GUTNIK, LILY, and SMITH, HEATHER, and GOLDSZER, JAMES F., and BAILEY, RANDOLPH H., and MEARA, JOHN G., Merging Medicare Parts A and B: Potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders, 99, 2:19

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HALL, BRUCE L., and RAVAL, MEHUL V., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and MEDBERY, RACHEL LAURA, and ANGELOS, PETER, Distinguishing QI projects from human subjects research: Ethical and practical considerations, 99, 7:21

HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., and TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

HEDSTROM, JOHN, The SGR repeal: How bad politics ruined sound policy, 99, 6:9

What surgeons should know about…Repealing the SGR, 99, 2:39

–and MEARA, JOHN G., and MARTIN, MATTHEW B., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., Medicare reform: A look at the House Ways and Means proposal, 99, 2:11

HINSDALE, JAMES G., and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MAA, JOHN, and GARRY, JOHN E., and UPADHYAYA, POOJA, Northern California Chapter engages in ongoing legislative activities, 99, 3:51

HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KING, RAY S., and AHAD, AHMAD W., and LELAND, HYUMA A., The “bionic” era: Exploring the use of advanced technology in surgery, 99, 8:36

HOGAN, JESSICA, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., and SUN, RAPHAEL, and GARVEY, ERIN, Coaching and mentoring modern surgeons, 99, 8:30

HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

HOWLE, JULIE, Inaugural Murray F. Brennan, MD, FACS, International Guest Scholar provides report, 99, 7:70

HOYT, DAVID B., Executive Director’s annual report, 99, 12:19 

– Looking forward, 99, 1:7 (advances and challenges in surgery); 2:8 (sustainable growth rate); 3:8 (Military Advanced Training Center); 4:8 (Transition to Practice Program); 5:8 (trends in surgical procedures); 6:7 (funding ACS programs); 7:7 (Medical Directors in Washington office); 8:9 (Leadership Development Program); 9:8 (Codman memorial); 10:8 (Dr. Russell); 11:8 (Education andTraining campaign); 12:6 (accomplishments in 2013–2014)

HUGHES, TYLER G., ACS-SurgeonsVoice plays critical role, 99, 10:42

–and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and PULS, MARK W., and LEDESMA, CARLOS L., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery is a global issue: The perspective of an Argentine surgeon, 99, 4:38

HUNT, KELLY K., and MITTENDORF, ELIZABETH A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program:SLN surgery for clinically node-positive breast cancer patients treated with neoadjuvant therapy, 99, 7:52

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IORIO, RICHARD, and SLOVER, JAMES D., and TORRANCE, ALECIA, and BOSCO, JOSEPH, and SHAH, PARESH C., Optimizing the OR for bundled payments: A case study, 99, 11:29

ITANI, KAMAL M.F., 2013 Clinical Trials Methodology Course provides opportunity for learning and networking, 99, 2:54

IYER, PRIYA H., and GRANT, SCOTT B., and McNALLY, MEGAN E., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, The e-volution of the 21st century surgeon, 99, 8:42

–and GRANT, SCOTT B., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., From residency to retirement: RAS-ACS International Exchange Scholarship Program provides unique opportunity for global collaboration, 99, 4:42

and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and SANGJI, NAVEEN, and WARD, WILLIAM H., What does the ACA mean for residents and their future practice? 99, 8:17

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JACKSON, JENNY J., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SAGE, JILL S., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and GOKAK, SANA Z., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

JARMAN, BENJAMIN T., and GEORGIEFF, ERYNN M., and KALLIES, KARA J., and MATHIASON, MICHELLE A., Gundersen Health System studies effect of modifier 22 on reimbursement for complex operations, 99, 3:31

JOHNSON, KATHLEEN A., and SWEET, ROBERT M., and GOLDMAN, MITCHELL H., The ACS Accredited Education Institutes Fellowship Program: Training leaders in simulation-based education, 99, 7:17

JOHNSTONE, DAVID, and STRAND, NANCY, and GREENE, FREDERICK, ACS commemorates 50-year anniversary of Surgeon General’s report on smoking and health, 99, 8:69

JONES, DANIEL B., and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and FUCHSHUBER, PASCAL R., and ROBINSON, THOMAS N., and FELDMAN, LIANE S., The SAGES FUSE program: Bridging a patient safety gap, 99, 9:18

JONES, DOUGLAS W., Avoid getting kicked, 99, 1S:10

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KALLIES, KARA J., and MATHIASON, MICHELLE A., and JARMAN, BENJAMIN T., and GEORGIEFF, ERYNN M., Gundersen Health System studies effect of modifier 22 on reimbursement for complex operations, 99, 3:31

KAOUTZANIS, CHRISTODOULOS, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., The five-year general surgery residency: Reform or revolution? 99, 8:49

KAPLAN, ALAN L., Treating the difficult patient can be a long journey, 99, 6:11

KAUPS, KRISTA L., and GARRETT, KEVIN, The aging surgeon: When is it time to leave active practice? 99, 4:32

–and MAA, JOHN, and GARRY, JOHN E., and UPADHYAYA, POOJA, and HINSDALE, JAMES G., Northern California Chapter engages in ongoing legislative activities, 99, 3:51

–and MEARA, JOHN G., and MURTHY, SHILPA S., and WEISSMAN, JOEL S., and GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., and McDONALD, KRISTIN, Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

KENNING, ERIN M., and ZHENG, FEIBI, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and McKINLEY, SOPHIA K., Surgical education and training at the crossroads between medical school and residency, 99, 8:24

KEOWN, OLIVER P., and AL-THANI, HASSAN ALI, and AL-DAFA, MARYAH B., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and DARZI, ARA W., World Innovation Summit for Health provides a global perspective on surgery, 99, 6:13

KEUNE, JASON, D., and HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

KHITHANI, AMIT, and BARRETT, ALLISON, and BHOLAT, OMAR, and DEGLIUOMINI, JOHN, and WALLACK, MARC, Lessons in collaboration: New York surgeons look back at Superstorm Sandy, 99, 10:10

KIM, TAD, Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Responding to, reflecting on, and moving forward from a surgical complication, 99, 1:12

KING, RAY S., and AHAD, AHMAD W., and LELAND, HYUMA A., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., The “bionic” era: Exploring the use of advanced technology in surgery, 99, 8:36

KO, CLIFFORD Y., and BILIMORIA, KARL, Scholars in Residence Program benefits surgical residents and the ACS, 99, 3:55

KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., and HONG, BARRY A., Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., ACS Clinical Research Program:NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and McKINLEY, SOPHIA K., and KENNING, ERIN M., and ZHENG, FEIBI, Surgical education and training at the crossroads between medical school and residency, 99, 8:24

KURTZMAN, SCOTT, and BECHAMPS, GERALD J., Adverse behaviors and their effect on credentialing and licensure, 99, 10:32

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LATIFI, RIFAT, and MORA, FRANCISCO, and BEKTESHI, FLAMUR, and RIVERA, RENATO, Preoperative telemedicine evaluation of surgical mission patients: Should we use it routinely? 99, 1:7

LEDESMA, CARLOS L., and HUGHES, TYLER G., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., and PULS, MARK W., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery is a global issue: The perspective of an Argentine surgeon, 99, 4:38

LEE, WALTER T., First YFA Essay Contest winner: The promise of a profession lies within us, 99, 10:30

LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and KAOUTZANIS, CHRISTODOULOS, and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., The five-year general surgery residency: Reform or revolution? 99, 8:49

and SANGJI, NAVEEN, and WARD, WILLIAM H., and IYER, PRIYA, What does the ACA mean for residents and their future practice? 99, 8:17

LELAND, HYUMA A., and HOFFMAN, REBECCA L., and KING, RAY S., and AHAD, AHMAD W., The “bionic” era: Exploring the use of advanced technology in surgery, 99, 8:36

LOSBY, JIM, and GARNESKI, SALLY, and SCHWARTZ, JERRY, A new era begins for ACS online properties, 99, 9:12

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MAA, JOHN, and GARRY, JOHN E., and UPADHYAYA, POOJA, and HINSDALE, JAMES G., and KAUPS, KRISTA L., Northern California Chapter engages in ongoing legislative activities, 99, 3:51

–and SLAPPY, A.L. JACKSON, and SWEENEY, JOHN, and O’SHEA, JOHN, Will acute care surgery and surgicalists help to avert an emergency care crisis? 99, 2:34

–and SUTTON, JON H., Preserving MICRA and patient access to surgical care in California, 99, 10:60

MABRY, CHARLES D., and GOKAK, SANA Z., The benefits of PQRS participation and what the College is doing on your behalf, 99, 9:28

–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and SAVARISE, MARK, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and BARNEY, LINDA, Coding and practice management corner: Reporting patient safety indicator-15, 99, 5:39

MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., and TRACCI, MARGARETCLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

MARTIN, MATTHEW B., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and HEDSTROM, JOHN, and MEARA, JOHN G., Medicare reform: A look at the House Ways and Means proposal, 99, 2:11

MATHIASON, MICHELLE A., and JARMAN, BENJAMIN T., and GEORGIEFF, ERYNN M., and KALLIES, KARA J., Gundersen Health System studies effect of modifier 22 on reimbursement for complex operations, 99, 3:31

MATTHEWS, MIKA, Familial ties in treating the difficult patient, 99, 1S:6

McANENY, DAVID, Massachusetts Chapter develops new grassroots advocacy program, 99, 11:37

McDONALD, KRISTIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and MURTHY, SHILPA S., and WEISSMAN, JOEL S., and GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., Trauma and emergency care under the Affordable Care Act, 99, 4:20

and WEIRETER, LEONARD J. Jr., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and SUTTON, JON, Liability reforms needed to provide timely care to disaster victims, 99, 5:10

McGINNIS, LaMAR S. Jr., From the Archives: “Everything Old Is New Again,” 99, 9:58

McKELLAR, DANIEL P., and WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, ACS Clinical Research Program: NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

McKINLEY, SOPHIA K., and KENNING, ERIN M., and ZHENG, FEIBI, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., Surgical education and training at the crossroads between medical school and residency, 99, 8:24

McNALLY, MEGAN E., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and IYER, PRIYA H., and GRANT, SCOTT B., The e-volution of the 21st century surgeon, 99, 8:42

MEARA, JOHN G., and GUTNIK, LILY, and SMITH, HEATHER, and GOLDSZER, JAMES F., and BAILEY, RANDOLPH H., Merging Medicare Parts A and B: Potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders, 99, 2:19

–and MARTIN, MATTHEW B., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and HEDSTROM, JOHN, Medicare reform: A look at the House Ways and Means proposal, 99, 2:11

–and MURTHY, SHILPA S., and WEISSMAN, JOEL S., and GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

–and TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and HANKS, JOHN B., Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

MEDBERY, RACHEL LAURA, and ANGELOS, PETER, and HALL, BRUCE L., and RAVAL, MEHUL V., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., Distinguishing QI projects from human subjects research: Ethical and practical considerations, 99, 7:21

MENG, MAXWELL V., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Treating metastatic prostate cancer now and in the future, 99, 9:55

MERRELL, RONALD, Citation for Prof. Edgar Rodas, MD, FACS, 99, 11:67

MITTENDORF, ELIZABETH A., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and HUNT, KELLY K., ACS Clinical Research Program:SLN surgery for clinically node-positive breast cancer patients treated with neoadjuvant therapy, 99, 7:52

MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

MOHEBALI, JAHAN, First-place essay—reform: Reformation of current surgical residency and fellowship training is the best solution, 99, 11:23

MOORE, HUNTER, Finding my friend’s heart in the difficult patient, 99, 1S:12

MORA, FRANCISCO, and BEKTESHI, FLAMUR, and RIVERA, RENATO, and LATIFI, RIFAT, Preoperative telemedicine evaluation of surgical mission patients: Should we use it routinely? 99, 1:7

MORSE, SARA,SurgeonsVoice: Your patients, your profession, your voice, 99, 7:28

MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and IYER, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, From residency to retirement: RAS-ACS International Exchange Scholarship Program provides unique opportunity for global collaboration, 99, 4:42

–and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and KAOUTZANIS, CHRISTODOULOS, The five-year general surgery residency: Reform or revolution? 99, 8:49

and SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and IYER, PRIYA H., and GRANT, SCOTT B., and McNALLY, MEGAN E., The e-volution of the 21st century surgeon, 99, 8:42

MOYE, CHANTAY, Building a global perspective at International Surgical Leaders forum, 99, 1:58

–and DWYER, KAITLYN, 2014 Advocacy program: Attendees learn about traditions that influence legislative outcomes, 99, 6:65

MSHELBWALA, PHILIP, 2013 International Surgical Education Scholar reports on experience in North America, 99, 7:75

MULLEN, JOHN T., Report of the 2014 ACS Traveling Fellow to Japan, 99, 9:90

MURTHY, SHILPA S., and WEISSMAN, JOEL S., and GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

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NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., and TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

NAHRWOLD, DAVID L., From the Archives: Franklin H. Martin, MD, FACS: Gynecologic surgeon, 99, 7:55

From the Archives: The gift that keeps on giving, 99, 11:52

NANCE, MICHAEL L., and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points:Annual Report 2013: Where did they go? 99, 1:55

–and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: 2013 Pediatric Report: Pediatric consumers, 99, 2:49

and FANTUS, RICHARD J., NTDB® data points: To protect your children, keep your pool safe, 99, 7:58

NAPOLITANO, LENA M., Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: October 2013, 99, 1:68

NELSON, HEIDI, and GREENBERG, CAPRICE, and CHANG, GEORGE J., ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient-centered outcomes research: Is this really something new? 99, 1:51

and ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program: Less invasive option for small hepatocellular carcinoma: Thermal ablation as first-line therapy? 99, 2:46

NICOLETTI, BETSY, and SAVARISE, MARK, and BARNEY, LINDA, What surgeons should know about…Billing for services performed by nonphysician practitioners, 99, 5:36

NUMANN, PATRICIA J., In memoriam: C. Barber Mueller, MD, FACS, FRCSC, recognized for contributions to the ACS and academic surgery, 99, 8:67

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OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., Preparing for implementation of the Physician Payments Sunshine Act, 99, 3:28

and AGRAWAL, NEHA, and SAGE, JILL, What surgeons should know about…The FY 2015 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule, 99, 11:45

–and BARNEY, LINDA M., and GOKAK, SANA Z., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and SAVARISE, MARK T., and SAGE, JILL S., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

and SAVARISE, MARK, and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and BARNEY, LINDA, and MABRY, CHARLES, Coding and practice management corner: Reporting patient safety indicator-15, 99, 5:39

O’SHEA, JOHN, and MAA, JOHN, and SLAPPY, A. L. JACKSON, and SWEENEY, JOHN, Will acute care surgery and surgicalists help to avert an emergency care crisis? 99, 2:34

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PADBERG, FRANK T. Jr., In memoriam: Frank T. Padberg, Sr., MD, FACS: ACS department director, DSA recipient, and trailblazer in neurosurgery, 99, 6:73

PELLEGRINI, CARLOS, ACS presents Lifetime Achievement Award posthumously to Dr. Russell, 99, 12:57

and DARZI, ARA W., and KEOWN, OLIVER P., and AL-THANI, HASSAN ALI, and AL-DAFA, MARYAH B., World Innovation Summit for Health provides a global perspective on surgery, 99, 6:13

–and PULS, MARK W., and LEDESMA, CARLOS L., and HUGHES, TYLER G., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery is a global issue: The perspective of an Argentine surgeon, 99, 4:38

–and SCHNEIDMAN, DIANE S., In memoriam: Thomas R. Russell, MD, FACS, remembered for his enduring contributions to the ACS, 99, 10:52

PEREGRIN, TONY, 2014 Leadership program: Emotional intelligence, mentoring are keys to effective performance, 99, 6:58

–International Guest Scholarships: An investment in surgical training around the globe, 99, 5:16

Surgeons see future applications for Google Glass, 99, 7:9

POON, JENSEN, First Carlos Pellegrini Traveling Fellow reports on experience, 99, 7:64

PULS, MARK W., and LEDESMA, CARLOS L., and HUGHES, TYLER G., and PELLEGRINI, CARLOS A., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Rural surgery is a global issue: The perspective of an Argentine surgeon, 99, 4:38

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RAVAL, MEHUL V., and SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and MEDBERY, RACHEL LAURA, and ANGELOS, PETER, and HALL, BRUCE L., Distinguishing QI projects from human subjects research: Ethical and practical considerations, 99, 7:21

RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, and ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., and HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and  HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., and TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

RIOUX, JOHN, Chapter leadership succession planning helps to build stronger chapters, 99, 4:65

RIVERA, RENATO, and LATIFI, RIFAT, and MORA, FRANCISCO, and BEKTESHI, FLAMUR, Preoperative telemedicine evaluation of surgical mission patients: Should we use it routinely? 99, 1:7

ROBICSEK, FRANCIS, Founding surgeon reflects on 25 years of UNICAR, the Guatemalan Heart Institute, 99, 9:38

ROBINSON, THOMAS N., and FELDMAN, LIANE S., and JONES, DANIEL B., and SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and FUCHSHUBER, PASCAL R., The SAGES FUSE program: Bridging a patient safety gap, 99, 9:18

–and ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., The ACS NSQIP Geriatric Surgery Pilot Project: Improving care for older surgical patients, 99, 10:21

ROCHA, FLAVIO G., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and NELSON, HEIDI, ACS Clinical Research Program: Less invasive option for small hepatocellular carcinoma: Thermal ablation as first-line therapy? 99, 2:46

ROSE, DEVIN, Fellows honored for volunteerism, 99, 9:67

–and SANDERS, BETTY, Past recipients of the ACS/Pfizer Surgical Volunteerism and Humanitarian Awards: Where are they now? 99, 10:24

ROSEN, JUSTIN, and ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, Implementation of the ACA: Turning federal law into state-level reality, 99, 5:23

–and ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, State lobby days build bridges, 99, 10:18

–and ACKERMAN, TARA LEYSTRA, Surgeons as state advocates, 99, 9:33

ROSENTHAL, RONNIE A., and ROBINSON, THOMAS N., The ACS NSQIP Geriatric Surgery Pilot Project: Improving care for older surgical patients, 99, 10:21

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SAGE, JILL, What surgeons should know about…The Measure Applications Partnership, 99, 4:36

–What surgeons should know about…The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, 99, 10:35

–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and AGRAWAL, NEHA, What surgeons should know about…The FY 2015 Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule, 99, 11:45

–and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and GOKAK, SANA Z., and JACKSON, JENNY J., and SAVARISE, MARK T., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

SAKRAN, JOSEPH V., and MEDBERY, RACHEL LAURA, and ANGELOS, PETER, and HALL, BRUCE L., and RAVAL, MEHUL V., Distinguishing QI projects from human subjects research: Ethical and practical considerations, 99, 7:21

SANDERS, BETTY, and ROSE, DEVIN, Past recipients of the ACS/Pfizer Surgical Volunteerism and Humanitarian Awards: Where are they now? 99, 10:24

SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and HEDSTROM, JOHN, and MEARA, JOHN G., and MARTIN, MATTHEW B., Medicare reform: A look at the House Ways and Means proposal, 99, 2:11

and McDONALD, KRISTIN, Trauma and emergency care under the Affordable Care Act, 99, 4:20

and SUTTON, JON, and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and WEIRETER, LEONARD J. Jr., Liability reforms needed to provide timely care to disaster victims, 99, 5:10

and WARD, WILLIAM H., and IYER, PRIYA, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., What does the ACA mean for residents and their future practice? 99, 8:17

SAVARISE, MARK T., Dispatches from rural surgeons: ACS intervenes to resolve questions about the 96-hour rule, 99, 10:40

–and BARNEY, LINDA, and NICOLETTI, BETSY, What surgeons should know about…Billing for services performed by nonphysician practitioners, 99, 5:36

–and SAGE, JILL S., and OLLAPALLY, VINITA M., and BARNEY, LINDA M., and GOKAK, SANA Z., and JACKSON, JENNY J., 2014 fee schedule and CPT code changes will affect surgical practice, 99, 2:27

and SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and BARNEY, LINDA, and MABRY, CHARLES, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, Coding and practice management corner: Reporting patient safety indicator-15, 99, 5:39

–and WHITACRE, ERIC, and BARNEY, LINDA, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about coding for breast surgery, 99, 9:52

SCHWAITZBERG, STEVEN D., and FUCHSHUBER, PASCAL R., and ROBINSON, THOMAS N., and FELDMAN, LIANE S., and JONES, DANIEL B., The SAGES FUSE program: Bridging a patient safety gap, 99, 9:18

SCHWARTZ, GARY, Doctor heal thyself…because we won’t, 99, 1S:13

SCHWARTZ, JERRY, and LOSBY, JIM, and GARNESKI, SALLY, A new era begins for ACS online properties, 99, 9:12

SELIM, NIAZY M., Teaching the teacher: An ethical model for international surgical missions, 99, 6:17

SENKOWSKI, CHRISTOPHER, and BARNEY, LINDA, and MABRY, CHARLES, and OLLAPALLY, VINITA, and SAVARISE, MARK, Coding and practice management corner:Reporting patient safety indicator-15, 99, 5:39

SERRANO, PABLO, Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Talk it out, and slow it down, 99, 1:13

SHAH, PARESH C., and IORIO, RICHARD, and SLOVER, JAMES D., and TORRANCE, ALECIA, and BOSCO, JOSEPH, Optimizing the OR for bundled payments: A case study, 99, 11:29

SHEN, PERRY, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., ACS Clinical Research Program:Colorectal cancer metastatic to the liver: Making the unresectable resectable, 99, 11:49

SHENVI, EDNA C., First-place essay—revolution: Surgical training: Time for a revolution, 99, 11:17

SHUHAIBER, JEFFREY, From residency to retirement: The quest for safe surgical care: Are we missing the obvious? 99, 2:42

SIGMAN, MICHAEL, Punched in the face, 99, 1S:14

SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

SLAPPY, A.L. JACKSON, and SWEENEY, JOHN, andO’SHEA, JOHN, and MAA, JOHN, Will acute care surgery and surgicalists help to avert an emergency care crisis? 99, 2:34

SLOAN, JEFF, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and BINGENER, JULIANE, ACS Clinical Research Program: Patient quality of life: Vitally important, 99, 5:46

SLOAN, JEFF, and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and BINGENER, JULIANE, ACS Clinical Research Program: QOL concerns in surgical patients: Assessment and intervention, 99, 10:44

SLOVER, JAMES D., and TORRANCE, ALECIA, and BOSCO, JOSEPH, and SHAH, PARESH C., and IORIO, RICHARD, Optimizing the OR for bundled payments: A case study, 99, 11:29

SMITH, HEATHER, and GOLDSZER, JAMES F., and BAILEY, RANDOLPH H., and MEARA, JOHN G., and GUTNIK, LILY, Merging Medicare Parts A and B: Potential effects on beneficiaries, surgeons, and other stakeholders, 99, 2:19

SOANS, ROHIT, Treating the difficult patient may require stepping out of your comfort zone, 99, 1S:15

SPANIOLAS, KONSTANTINOS, and IYER, PRIYA H., and GRANT, SCOTT B., and McNALLY, MEGAN E., and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., The e-volution of the 21st century surgeon, 99, 8:42

–and MOUAWAD, NICOLAS J., and IYER, PRIYA, and GRANT, SCOTT B., From residency to retirement: RAS-ACS International Exchange Scholarship Program provides unique opportunity for global collaboration, 99, 4:42

STEINBERG, STEVEN M., and ZINNER, MICHAEL J., and ELLISON, E. CHRISTOPHER, Health policy program produces surgeon advocates and leaders, 99, 3:22

STRAND, NANCY, and GREENE, FREDERICK, and JOHNSTONE, DAVID, ACS commemorates 50-year anniversary of Surgeon General’s report on smoking and health, 99, 8:69

STRASBERG, STEVEN M., Citation for Prof. Pierre-Alain Clavien, MD, PhD, FACS, FRCSEng, FRCSEd, 99,11:62

SUN, RAPHAEL, and GARVEY, ERIN, and HOGAN, JESSICA, and BAZZARELLI, AMY, and ECONOMOPOULOS, KONSTANTINOS P., Coaching and mentoring modern surgeons, 99, 8:30

SUTTON, JON H., Reading the tea leaves for state legislatures in 2014, 99, 1:24

and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., The debate continues: ACS at the AMA House of Delegates, 99, 3:47

and ARMSTRONG, JOHN H., Surgeons influence AMA policy, 99, 9:73

and MAA, JOHN, Preserving MICRA and patient access to surgical care in California, 99, 10:60

–and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and WEIRETER, LEONARD J. Jr., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., Liability reforms needed to provide timely care to disaster victims, 99, 5:10

SWAIN, JaBARIS D., Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Mea maxima culpa—Dealing with surgical complications, 99, 1:14

SWEENEY, JOHN, and O’SHEA, JOHN, and MAA, JOHN, and SLAPPY, A.L. JACKSON, Will acute care surgery and surgicalists help to avert an emergency care crisis? 99, 2:34

SWEET, ROBERT M., and GOLDMAN, MITCHELL H., and JOHNSON, KATHLEEN A., The ACS Accredited Education Institutes Fellowship Program: Training leaders in simulation-based education, 99, 7:17

SWENDIMAN, ROBERT A., Dispatches from rural surgeons: Students need exposure to the joys of rural surgery, 99, 1:46

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TIEBERG, DONNA, Chapter news, 99, 2:60, 4:61, 6:82, 8:76, 10:69, 12:61

TIMMERMAN, GARY L., Board of Governors pillars improve productivity, communication: An update, 99, 9:78

Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: February 2014, 99, 5:60

Report on ACSPA/ACS activities: June 2014, 99, 10:64

TORRANCE, ALECIA, and BOSCO, JOSEPH, and SHAH, PARESH C., and IORIO, RICHARD, and SLOVER, JAMES D., Optimizing the OR for bundled payments: A case study, 99, 11:29

TRACCI, MARGARET CLARKE, and RAYKAR, NAKUL, and MANDIGO, MORGAN, and NAGENGAST, ERIC, and COFFRON, MATTHEW, and HANKS, JOHN B., and MEARA, JOHN G., Medicaid expansion likely to affect the delivery of surgical care, 99, 3:10

TROTTER, MICHAEL C., Hugh Agnew Gamble, MD, FACS: A legacy to the College, 99, 12:43

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UPADHYAYA, POOJA, and HINSDALE, JAMES G., and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MAA, JOHN, and GARRY, JOHN E., Northern California Chapter engages in ongoing legislative activities, 99, 3:51

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WALLACK, MARC, and KHITHANI, AMIT, and BARRETT, ALLISON, and BHOLAT, OMAR, and DEGLIUOMINI, JOHN, Lessons in collaboration: New York surgeons look back at Superstorm Sandy, 99, 10:10

WARD, WILLIAM H., and IYER, PRIYA, and LEICHTLE, STEFAN W., and SANGJI, NAVEEN, What does the ACA mean for residents and their future practice? 99, 8:17

WARSHAW, ANDREW L., Presidential Address: Achieving our personal best—Back to the future of the American College of Surgeons, 99, 12:9

WEIRETER, LEONARD J., Jr., and SANGJI, NAVEEN F., and SUTTON, JON, and McDONALD, KRISTIN, Liability reforms needed to provide timely care to disaster victims, 99, 5:10

WEISSMAN, JOEL S., and GRABOWSKI, DAVID C., and McDONALD, KRISTIN, and KAUPS, KRISTA L., and MEARA, JOHN G., and MURTHY, SHILPA S., Dual eligible beneficiaries: Roles for surgeons under health care reform, 99, 4:10

WHITACRE, ERIC, and BARNEY, LINDA, and SAVARISE, MARK, Coding and practice management corner: Frequently asked questions about coding for breast surgery, 99, 9:52

WINCHESTER, DAVID P., and CHANG, GEORGE J., and GREENBERG, CAPRICE C., and KOZOWER, BENJAMIN D., and BOUGHEY, JUDY C., and FRANCESCATTI, AMANDA, and McKELLAR, DANIEL P., ACS Clinical Research Program: NCDB and ACS-CRP: Working together to develop risk-stratified strategies for surveillance, 99, 8:57

WINFIELD, ROBERT D., Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: How surgeons deal with complications: Introductory remarks, 99, 1:10

Making the transition from mentee to mentor, 99, 8:13

WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, and WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

WONG, PETER, and MIX, ADAM, and CHAMBERS, CHRISTOPHER M., and WOLK, SETH, and MANSOUR, M. ASH, and CUFF, ROBERT, and SLAIKEU, JASON, Vascular practice develops night float call system to improve attending well-being without decreasing productivity, 99, 5:30

WREN, SHERRY M., and CLOYD, JORDAN M., Surgical training abroad: It’s not about the cases, 99, 9:42

WRIGHT, COREY, RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Residents debate whether to reform or revolutionize surgical training, 99, 11:16

WRIGHT, G. PAUL, Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Consequences, 99, 1:15

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YI, WILLIAM, Annual RAS-ACS essay contest: Complications are shared experiences, 99, 1:16

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ZHENG, FEIBI, and KULAYLAT, AFIF N., and McKINLEY, SOPHIA K., and KENNING, ERIN M., Surgical education and training at the crossroads between medical school and residency, 99, 8:24

ZHOU, WEI, ACS/ANZ Traveling Scholar reports on trip to Singapore and Australia, 99, 8:84

ZIHNI, AHMED M., and KEUNE, JASON, D., and HONG, BARRY A., and KODNER, IRA J., and RAY, SHUDDHADEB, and BOYUM, ERIC N., and BROWN, DOUGLAS, Transplant in a patient with comorbid psychiatric illness: An ethical dilemma, 99, 11:40

ZINNER, MICHAEL J., and ELLISON, E. CHRISTOPHER, and STEINBERG, STEVEN M., Health policy program produces surgeon advocates and leaders, 99, 3:22

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