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May 01, 2015

The results of the One Question about how long members commute and what they listen to, if anything, on their commute.

Volunteer Note
May 01, 2015

The Annual Meeting is the premier program for the ASSH in terms of didactic education, hands-on and interactive learning and valuable “takeaways” that will help be of value in your day-to-day lives as hand surgeons, with many new and exciting features as part of the 2015 meeting.

Volunteer Note
April 24, 2015

For each webinar, ASSH members who are experts on the topic have presented in a case-based format and reviewed their pearls for diagnosis and management for these often challenging cases, such as the distal biceps injuries webinar on Monday, April 27.

April 21, 2015

ASSH COI Policy Updates, Annual Meeting Precourse Highlight and more!

Volunteer Note
April 17, 2015

With Council's approval last week, ASSH has updated its General Conflict of Interest Policy, CME Conflict of Interest Policy and the Disclosure Form.

April 17, 2015

Read the April 17, 2015 Board of Specialty Societies (BOS) Washington Update from the AAOS, including information about the House of Representatives passing H.R. 2, the BOS Quality and Patient Safety Action Fund, the Sports Medicine Lincensure Clarity Act recently introduced to the Senate, and more.

April 10, 2015

Annual Meeting Update, New Patient Education Condition Animations and more!

Volunteer Note
April 08, 2015
You can expect in-depth coverage of all topics from the elbow to the hand, discussing relevant anatomic, biomechanical and pathologic features of common upper extremity conditions and their treatments
April 03, 2015

ICD-10 Cheat Sheet, OCC Webinar and more!

Volunteer Note
April 03, 2015

ASSH and many other resources are available to help make the transition to ICD-10 smooth, by preparing physicians to incorporate staff education, update billing/EMR systems (also books, guides, cheat sheets, etc.), confirm clearinghouses are up to date and fully tested, and ensure documentation concordance.

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