Looking forward – July 2017(Comments Off on Looking forward – July 2017)
Dr. Hoyt describes the College’s efforts to provide members of the surgical patient care team with the resources necessary to improve outcomes, including the Quality and Safety Conference, and the release of Optimal Resources for Surgical Quality and Safety.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is collecting claims-based data on postoperative visits provided in the 10- and 90-day global period.
Information regarding nine new codes for reporting dialysis circuit interventions is provided.
A surgeon-led program in Montana helps rural surgeons with limited resources provide patients with local access to surgical care.
Medical students who participated in the Medical Student Program at Clinical Congress 2016 describe the benefits of participating in this opportunity, and a new program for surgeons who are interested in sponsoring a medical student’s participation is introduced.
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