August 1998 Bulletin


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AMA urges E/M guidelines based on peer review

AOA told more minority orthopaedists needed

COGME urges more minority enrollment

AMAP seen undermining Board certification

3 accreditors to standardize assessments

Military hones trauma skills

Physicians top list of prestigious professions, jobs

IG finds IRB needs more accountability

Orthopaedists build IPC to protect future

PPMC industry turmoil called a sign of growing pains

Tells two ways to avoid wrong site surgery

Maine Medical Assessment foundation to join MODEMS

Building future takes capital

ACS built to enhance quality of patient care

HCFA proposes revised ACS rates

Orthopaedist named White House Fellow

Bus tour informs public about need for calcium

Practice expense payments down 1% overall

FDA nominee faces long hearing process

Partisan battles flare on patients rights issues

Projected impact of the Medicare expense payment proposals on the most common orthopaedic services

Orthopaedists eye Congress to shape health care laws

States approve 19 laws on scope of practice

Study prompt pay rules

Wisconsin physicians aid data law, but remain wary

Hope lingers for Illinois patient rights bill

In Brief items: Florida, California, Pennsylvania

E-mail is handy organizational tool

Plan ahead when selling to PPMC

Debridement code depends on procedure

18 seconds to trouble

Future is here, does it work?

Compliance, part two of two-part series

Retired, but still caring

Across the President's Desk: Profession, public need orthopaedists' time, talents

ORS seeks nominees

AOA airs work force issues

Residents see business side of practice

Experts tell merger, buyout options for economic survival

Point of View: Medical education needs private funds

Draft 1999 AAOS, OSA Strategic Plan

CME courses get new spin

Task force readies OSTATS for test

Continuing Medical Education

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