Dateline DC: An overview of recent DAHP responses to requests for feedback from regulatory agencies(0)
The American College of Surgeons submits numerous comments to rules, responses to requests for information, and other letters to the Department of Health and Human Services each year.
A recap of the 2019 TQIP meeting—including lessons learned from a live trauma simulation, TQIP and COT progress reports, applying high-reliability concepts in trauma, and strategies for implementing hospital-based injury prevention programs—is provided.
Registration is open for the 2020 Leadership & Advocacy Summit, March 28–31, at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel.
The ACS Division of Education and the MacLean Center at the University of Chicago, IL, are offering two fellowships in surgical ethics.
This report summarizes the topics that the College’s delegation addressed at the American Medical Association House of Delegates meeting in November 2019.
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- Dr. Beth H. Sutton elected Chair of ACS Board of Regents
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- ACS NSQIP recognizes 88 hospitals for meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care
- Submit abstracts for 2020 ACS Quality and Safety Conference by February 2
- Applications for Jacobson Award accepted through February 21
- 2020 Nizar N. Oweida, MD, FACS, Scholarships available