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The Biden Administration plans to let two COVID-19-related emergency designations expire in 3 months, after brief extensions, affecting Medicaid patients and other healthcare costs.
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Read this week's entire issue for the latest news on the ACS and the field of surgery.
Eligible physicians can now claim CME credit for engaging with the content of the ACS Brief. For each issue, 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are available.
In this episode of the House of Surgery, James M. Drake, MB, BCh, FACS, a pediatric neurosurgeon from the University of Toronto, ON, discusses his father, Charles G. Drake, for whom the Clinical Congress lecture was named. During the lecture from Clinical Congress 2022, Dr. James Drake provided a history of his father’s legacy as a pioneer in adult neurological surgery and world expert in vascular malformations of the brain—and, along the way, discovering new things about his father’s career, relationships, and work philosophies.
In June of 2013, leaders of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) T32-funded resident research training programs in otolaryngology met for an open discussion defining the needs of the academic otolaryngology community.
The ACS continues to offer a limited number of scholarships to Resident Members who are interested in attending the upcoming Leadership & Advocacy Summit, April 15–18, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington, DC.
The Society of Surgical Chairs and the ACS Women in Surgery Committee are hosting a leadership seminar for mid-career surgeons who have previously applied for Chair positions and/or are looking to apply for Chair positions as a next step in their career.