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...
The Emergency Medicine Foundation (EMF) has partnered with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to support two Training Awards. The applicant must be a resident or fellow in an ACGME approved emergency medicine residency training...
It’s time to participate in the 2014 ACEP/Daniel Stern & Associates Academic Emergency Medicine Compensation and Benefit Survey. All data is confidential, and the results are only presented in summary. All participants will receive a free copy of the results! To...
The Section of Medical Humanities is accepting submissions for its Writing and Visual Arts Awards. Submissions for both awards are accepted from any member of ACEP. Submissions will be voted on by the members of the Section of Medical Humanities. For more information or...
ACEP is launching a Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Registry option to assist groups in meeting the 2014 PQRS reporting requirements. The penalty for failure to satisfy the 2014 PQRS requirements equals 4 percent of Medicare payments. All members of ACEP, EMRA...
In a blog post about the recent CDC decision to delay sepsis reporting measures, ACEP Chair of the Board of Directors and Immediate Past President Dr. Andrew E. Sama offered historical background and wrote that “ACEP will continue...
Her session at ACEP14 will require extra time for the standing ovation. She's Dr. Amy Church, the Most Interesting Emergency Physician in the World. This is the sixth in our series of funny parody videos. Well, we think they're funny. Watch them here.
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