Results of the One Question asking members about their interest level in the ASSH offering an automatic dues renewal process.
Results of the One Question asking members how they prefer to receive their annual membership dues invoice.
Results of the One Question inquiring about members' interest in participating in an ASSH Giving Gloves pilot program in 2016.
The December 2015 IFSSH Newsletter.
Results of the One Question posed to members about how often they access the ASSH online membership directory.
Update on the Performance Metrics Task Force, which is divided into three subgroups that are focusing on MIPS, PROMIS and PQRS. Each group has developed a “5 Key Things to Know” article about their respective topics.
Our world-renowned faculty will teach you their methods to deal with the complications of the procedures that they know best. We will cover all aspects of hand and upper-extremity surgery from fingertip to shoulder, from arthroplasty to microsurgery.
The lectures this year will include exposure to upcoming instrumentation advances with hands-on forums with our industry partners, in addition to providing an in-depth understanding of the basics that are often overlooked at larger meetings.
2015 ASSH New Members
2015 ASSH Lifetime Members
Business of Hand Surgery
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