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The American College of Surgeons (ACS) has issued a call for abstracts to be presented at the 2021 ACS Quality and Safety Conference, July 12 to 16. The submission deadline is April 30

Individuals at participating sites are encouraged to submit a 250-word abstract for poster presentation. The abstract should relate to surgical quality improvement initiatives including the development, implementation, or validation of best practices. We are also interested in operational best practices relating to workflows around collecting data and reporting. Abstracts should utilize data from one or more of the following ACS Quality Programs

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SurgeonsVoice Launches Week of Action
to Call on Congress to Stop Payment Cuts

The ACS Division of Advocacy and Health Policy (DAHP) continues to call on Congress to stop devastating Medicare payment cuts.
With Congress returning from a six-week recess, all Fellows, residents, and surgeons are encouraged to join the week of This is a triage situation. We need all hands on deck!




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Tuesday, December 8, 2020, 6 p.m. The presentation will be held via Zoom

Proposed Cuts to Medicare Will be Devastating to Surgeons and their Patients
by David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS

The Covid-19 pandemic has thus far killed more than 170,000 Americans and infected more than 5.2 million. The country's doctors and health care workers have been on the frontlines for the past six months, often working longer hours without any added pay, sleep or complaint to meet the overwhelming demands of this outbreak. Our health care system has suffered greatly due to Covid-19, and now surgeons are set to be faced with ill-advised and dangerous pay cuts
  Andrea Donelan, Executive Director
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