2019

We have compiled past issues of the Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons and listed features for each issue. You can view the additional content and full issues of the Bulletin by clicking on PDF or Online.

January 2019

Volume 104, Issue 1

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  • 2019 MFPS policy changes are summarized
  • Updates to QPP in MFPS are identified
  • An overview of 2019 coding changes is provided
  • Clinical Congress 2018 events are highlighted
  • Definition and history of metabolic and bariatric surgery are provided
  • Surgery and the metabolic syndrome are explored
  • Officers, Regents, and B/G Executive Committee installed during Clinical Congress 2018


February 2019

Volume 104, Issue 2

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  • Legal and financial models for public-private partnerships are described
  • The 2018 Jonasson Lecture, delivered by Joan Reede, MD, MS, MPH, MBA, is presented
  • The history of metabolic and bariatric surgery and their role in treating metabolic syndrome are explored
  • Insulin therapy for T2Dm is reassessed


March 2019

Volume 104, Issue 3

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  • The 2018 Olga M. Jonasson Lecture, delivered by Joan Y. Reede, MD, MS,
    MPH, MBA,is presented
  • Efforts to improve sustainable care in Latin America are described
  • An overview of neurological metabolic surgery is provided
  • The links between bariatric surgery and psychiatry are explored


April 2019

Volume 104, Issue 4

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  • The history of redefining gender roles in military medicine is explored
  • The first in a series of profiles on diversity features Dr. Julie Freischlag
  • Louisville hospitals participate in first ACS Red Book site visits
  • ACS Academy of Master Surgeon Educators inducts inaugural members
  • Metabolic surgery in private practice is described
  • International variations in metabolic surgery are summarized


May 2019

Volume 104, Issue 5

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    • The findings from the Operating Room Attire Summit are summarized
    • 2018 B/G survey reveals findings on the disruptive and impaired surgeon
    • Trauma, cancer, MOC are the focus of the latest state legislative update
    • The work of Dr. Howard, a vascular surgeon pioneer, is explored
    • NIH’s participation in bariatric and metabolic surgery trials is described
    • Summarizes the role of advocacy bariatric and metabolic surgery

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