Provisions in the Affordable Care Act that safeguard access to surgical care—currently under review by key congressional committees—are described.
The 2019 Nominating Committee of the Board of Regents will be selecting nominees for the positions of Secretary and Treasurer of the ACS.
The newsworthy accomplishments of ACS members are summarized.
The ACS Division of Education and the MacLean Center are offering two fellowships in surgical ethics.
Coming next month in JACS and online now: Enhancing patient outcomes while containing costs after complex abdominal surgery: A randomized controlled trial of the Whipple accelerated recovery pathway
Researchers report that using the Whipple procedure accelerated the recovery pathway in pancreaticoduodenectomy patients without increasing readmission risk.
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