2013

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Bulletin January 2013January 2013

Volume 98, Issue 1

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  • 2013 payment policy and coding changes affecting surgical practice
  • 2012 state legislative wrap-up
  • 2011–2012: A year of reaffirming the College’s past and anticipating the needs of the future
  • Highlights of the 2012 Clinical Congress
  • Bulletin provides coverage of the dedication and inauguration of Murphy Memorial
  • ACS Officers, Regents, and Board of Governors’ Executive Committee



Bulletin February 2013February 2013

Volume 98, Issue 2

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  • Training the next generation of humanitarian surgeons
  • A win for all: Faculty-student partnerships in surgical humanitarianism
  • Pursuing a career in humanitarian and rural surgery: When is the best time to start?
  • Twitter usage at Clinical Congress rises markedly in two years
  • 2012 elections: $6 billion status quo
  • Centennial reprint: ACS Bulletin, March 1931: Committee on the Treatment of Fractures offers principles on caring for patients
  • ACS Foundation Annual Report



Bulletin March 2013March 2013

Volume 98, Issue 3

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  • Special issue: New approaches to liability reform
  • New approaches to liability reform: An introduction
  • AHRQ program promotes patient safety and liability reform
  • Medical mediation: Bringing everyone to the table
  • The University of Michigan’s Early Disclosure and Offer Program
  • New York State shows benefits of CRP demonstration project
  • Health courts may be best cure for what ails the liability system



Bulletin April 2013April 2013

Volume 98, Issue 4

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  • Emerging trends in lifelong learning: New directions for ACS surgical education programs
  • State legislative update: Lawmakers address prescribing practices and pill mills
  • Dr. Brendan C. Brady serves “invisible population” of migrant workers in upstate New York
  • ACS Fellows provide surgical leadership and service in India
  • Centennial reprint: 1942: ACS plays critical role in war effort



Bulletin May 2013May 2013

Volume 98, Issue 5

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  • Insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act: How will they affect surgical care?
  • Surgical leadership in the era of quality-based payment
  • The 113th Congress: A look at the year ahead
  • Industry-sponsored clinical trials: The problem of conflicts of interest
  • Centennial reprint: 1952 Supreme Court decision prompts College action on fee splitting



Bulletin June 2013June 2013

Volume 98, Issue 6

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  • Initial management of mass-casualty incidents due to firearms: Improving survival
  • Improving Survival from Active Shooter Events: The Hartford Consensus
  • Surgeons bring RRT to patients in Guyana
  • Symptoms of normal recovery or complication: The risks of postoperative care
  • ACS scholarship recipients: Where are they now?
  • Physician personalities and burnout
  • Centennial reprint: ACS Fellow offers recommendations for avoiding “Death in a Ditch”



Bulletin July 2013July 2013

Volume 98, Issue 7

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  • The future of robotics: A dilemma for general surgeons
  • Who is behind the surgical drape? Understanding the role of anesthesiologist assistants
  • 100 years of surgical education: The past, present, and future
  • Maintenance of licensure moving forward
  • Centennial reprint: ACS launches program for surgeons to assess their knowledge
  • Clinical Congress 2013 Preliminary Program



Bulletin August 2013August 2013

Volume 98, Issue 8

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  • ACS Resident and Associate Society: Diving into the evolving demands of resident training
  • Hold the onions: Training in an era of heightened diversity and expectations
  • The role of politics in shaping surgical training
  • Improved communication techniques enable residents to provide better care now and in the future
  • International surgery provides opportunities for residents to serve and learn
  • Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part I
  • Early surgical subspecialization: A new paradigm? Part II: Interviews with leaders in surgical education
  • Centennial reprint: Course coordinator describes purposes of ATLS® program



Bulletin September 2013September 2013

Volume 98, Issue 9

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  • Surgeons put planning, preparation, past experience to work in efforts to save Boston Marathon bombing victims
  • Active Shooter and Intentional Mass-Casualty Events: The Hartford Consensus Statement II
  • ACS Transition to Practice program offers residents additional opportunities to hone skills
  • Mandating the use of motorcycle helmets: What are the issues?
  • Online physician reviews: The good, the bad, and the ugly
  • Centennial reprint: 1988 report served as basis for the Medicare payment system



Bulletin October 2013October 2013

Volume 98, Issue 10

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  • SCORE provides residents with Web-based curriculum for developing key competencies
  • Chapter lobby days forge ahead in state capitals
  • Progress or retrogress? Status of the 113th Congress
  • Operating room crisis management leadership training: Guidance for surgical team education
  • Surgeons lead educational program to improve kidney care in Vietnam
  • Centennial reprint: The College’s ongoing commitment to the quality imperative



Bulletin November 2013November 2013

Volume 98, Issue 11

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  • Applying surgical apps: Smartphone and tablet apps prove useful in clinical practice
  • RAS-ACS Symposium essays: Residents debate pros and cons of online patient rankings
    • Choosing a physician in the Yelp era
    • Patient rankings: Why patient feedback should affect our delivery of care but not our pay
    • Patient feedback makes us better surgeons
    • Legislated mints on the pillow
  • The ACS NSQIP® Quality In-Training Initiative: Educating residents to ensure the future of optimal surgical care
  • IM nailing makes basketball player’s recovery a snap



Bulletin December 2013December 2013

Volume 98, Issue 12

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  • Presidential Address: The surgeon of the future: Anchoring innovation and science with moral values
  • Fellow pays tribute to ACS and citizen surgeons
  • Executive Director’s annual report
  • 2013 state legislative wrap-up
  • Get some rest: Minimizing the effects of sleep deprivation on patient care

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