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Resistance is futile: Why you should embrace ICD-10

The thought of transitioning to ICD-10 and its 68,000 diagnosis codes might have you shaking in your boots. You might also be doing anything in your power to deny the inevitable — possibly to the point of eschewing any of the noted benefits of ICD-10. Sure, it'll...

source: By Charlotte Bohnett
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ACEP16 has added two additional courses that illustrate the wide range of challenges you face — one that shines a spotlight on lessons learned from a mass casualty, and another that focuses on examining our history to improve our future. Join us at these and other...

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Emergency Medicine Academy — a three-phase crash course in emergency medicine basics — is back this fall! Build your EM foundation with 69 fast-paced, 30-minute courses with EM Academy Fundamentals, Sept. 20-24 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Visit www.acep.org/ema...

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ACEP, through an educational grant from Bristol Myers Squibb, is providing UNBRANDED resources to patients with newly diagnosed VTE/PE. The program, Know Blood Clots, provides text messages to connect patients to video-based education that discusses the importance of taking...

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The draft “Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Initial Evaluation and Management of Patients Presenting to the Emergency Department in Early Pregnancy,” is in the review stage of ACEP clinical policy development and open...

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In 2009, ACEP set out to simplify the online search with its...

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Emergent surgical procedures are high-risk for retained sponges, even when sponge counts are performed and found to be correct. Implementation of a RFD system was effective...

source: Annals of Surgery

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