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...
Abstracts for the 2014 Research Forum, held in conjunction with ACEP14 in Chicago this fall, are due by 5 p.m. (CST) on April 25, 2014. This year, all abstracts will be presented electronically. The Top 20 will be selected for oral presentation, and other accepted abstracts...
Lifting the quality of life for emergency physicians is an important part of ACEP’s mission, which is why ACEP is pleased to provide all-member access to the Wellness Section’s recent newsletter. An article on how to simplify your life to improve wellness, a...
The 2014 ACEP/SEMPA Advanced Practice Provider Academy starts Monday, but that doesn't mean your chance for an EM essentials crash course is over. Registration is open, and walk-up attendees are welcome at the April 14-18 conference in San Diego. Learn more here.
A Clinical Policies Subcommittee of ACEP has completed a draft clinical guideline: “Clinical Policy: Critical Issues in the Evaluation and Management of Adult Patients With Suspected Acute Nontraumatic Thoracic Aortic Dissection.”...
Please join the ACEP Trauma and Injury Prevention Section and the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) for a co-sponsored webinar on Friday, April 25. “Naloxone Distribution from the ED for patients at-risk for...
The dangers of E-cigarettes, gestational disorders and distracted driving highlighted an exciting agenda for yesterday’s ER101 on RadioMD and iHeartRADIO. Dr. Leigh Vinocur was joined by Drs. James Barrow, Ron Kirschner, James Williams,...
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