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This article provides an update on the efforts of a U.S. surgical team to establish an autonomous corneal transplant and eye banking program in Guyana and lessons learned from using a public-private partnership to support this program.
The findings of the 2015 ACS Governors Survey, specifically the benefits and challenges associated with the Affordable Care Act’s efforts to expand access to care, are summarized.
This article addresses concerns surgeons may have regarding the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) program, including penalties for nonparticipation and changes in reporting requirements for 2016.
The latest installment in a series highlighting prominent ACS surgeon-scientists is an interview with Anthony Atala, MD, FACS, a widely recognized expert in regenerative medicine.
Dr. Rodriguez and a team of more than 100 health care professionals established new standards of care after completing the most extensive facial transplant to date.
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