3-D printing: Revolutionizing preoperative planning, resident training, and the future of surgical care(Comments Off on 3-D printing: Revolutionizing preoperative planning, resident training, and the future of surgical care)
In this month’s cover story, members of the College describe their experiences with 3-D printing models, identify its benefits and limitations, and consider future applications for this technology.
This article describes the College’s position on narrow and tiered health care networks and outlines surprise billings and their effect on surgeon reimbursement.
Potential solutions for resolving an ethical dilemma—disagreement regarding a course of treatment—are addressed in this article as are suggestions for balancing clinical judgment with patient goals.
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This article summarizes recent efforts by the ACS, the World Bank, and The Lancet Commission on Global Surgery to improve global access to surgical care.
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