As the ACS hosts its first in-person Leadership and Advocacy Summit since 2019 this month, Dr. Turner reflects on the qualities that define an innovative leader particularly as advocates for quality patient care for all.
This column describes initiatives for improving oncologic outcomes by implementing recommendations outlined in the Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery manual.
This column provides basic compliance requirements for the No Surprise Act specifically related to disclosures, notices to patients, and good faith estimates.
Changes to the split/shared policy are summarized, including definitions, reporting rules, and information about new modifier FS.
Summarizes the findings of a study that implemented a quality improvement model in the perioperative setting.
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