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Our top priority is providing value to members. Your Member Services team is here to ensure you maximize your ACS member benefits, participate in College activities, and engage with your ACS colleagues. It's all here.

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Become a member and receive career-enhancing benefits

Our top priority is providing value to members. Your Member Services team is here to ensure you maximize your ACS member benefits, participate in College activities, and engage with your ACS colleagues. It's all here.

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Lessons Learned from the Three Ps Analyses

In collaboration with The Doctor’s Company, the ACS is providing the following series of “Three P Analysis—Prevent, Preclude and Prevail" for diagnoses and procedures that are common sources of filing, settlement, or trial of personal injury claims related to surgical care are provided to assist surgeons in reducing their risk related to malpractice litigation.

Lessons Learned from a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Complication

Ross F. Goldberg, MD, FACS, and David L. Feldman, MD, MBA, CPE, FAAPL, FACS.

Disclaimer

The guidelines suggested here are not rules, do not constitute legal advice, and do not ensure a successful outcome. The ultimate decision regarding the appropriateness of any treatment must be made by each healthcare provider considering the circumstances of the individual situation and in accordance with the laws of the jurisdiction in which the care is rendered.