Looking forward – September 2016(Comments Off on Looking forward – September 2016)
Dr. Hoyt’s column highlights the Scientific Program of the Clinical Congress 2016, as well as other key educational and networking opportunities offered during the annual surgical meeting.
The need for products that help acute and chronic wounds to heal without causing undue harm to healing tissue is the focus of this month’s column.
This month’s column underscores the importance of clinical trial participation, in particular surgeons who have a demonstrated capability and knowledge in conducting research-related operations.
This month’s column describes The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare’s Oro 2.0 High Reliability Organizational Assessment application, which can help organization achieve better outcomes.
This month’s column examines the occurrence of highway shootings in the NTDB research dataset for 2014.
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- Looking forward – August 2016
- Understanding Medicare Part B incident to billing
- Surgery in Maryland: Guidelines for navigating health care reform
- Two studies pave the way for preoperative therapy in pancreatic cancer patients
- Legislative activities and informed consent
- Amilu Stewart, MD, FACS: Silencing the skeptics
- New Patient Blood Management Certification aimed at eliminating unnecessary transfusions
- The rise of the smombies and fall of the pedestrians
- Looking forward – July 2016
- Meeting meaningful use requirements in 2016
- The joy of teaching as a rural surgeon
- ACS Surgeon Workforce Subcommittee develops Onboarding Checklist for Surgeons
- Diet and lifestyle can influence prostate cancer outcomes
- Joint Commission executive vice-president addresses pain management standard concerns
- The walking dead