Looking forward – July 2016(Comments Off on Looking forward – July 2016)
Dr. Hoyt’s column highlights his experiences as the Aubre de Lambert Maynard Guest Lecturer at Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA, and the institution’s commitment to increase the diversity of the health care workforce.
The 2016 reporting requirements for the Medicare Electronic Health Record Incentive Program are outlined as are suggestions to help surgeons meet the public health registry objective.
This column describes the experiences related to establishing an independent pre-med program and offers suggestions for how to launch such a program in a rural area.
The Onboarding Checklist for Surgeons—a summary of action items for consideration by a new surgeon and the partner, group, or hospital employer—is the focus of this month’s column.
This month’s column describes the role of diet and lifestyle on the development and outcomes of prostate cancer, and includes a brief overview of published and ongoing trials.
More in this category
- Joint Commission executive vice-president addresses pain management standard concerns
- The walking dead
- Looking forward – June 2016
- Early ICD-10 audits indicate a learning curve for general surgeons
- JACS CME and the ACS NSQIP Surgical Risk Calculator
- Support surgical time outs on National Time Out Day— and all year long
- Biting the hand that feeds you
- Looking forward – May 2016
- Medicaid program expansion
- Coding and reimbursement for colonoscopy
- Surgical skills competitions at ACS chapter meetings can increase resident engagement
- Yeu-Tsu Margaret Lee, MD, FACS: A life of service
- Studies address metabolic image-directed oncologic therapy for gastric cancer
- Total hip and total knee replacement certification focuses on continuum of care
- Cold-blooded killer