Surgery does its part to make 2018 a record year.
A Message from the Executive Director: ACS continues to take on the issues of concern to surgeons and their patients
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) had a productive year in 2017.
From the Washington Office
The ACS was successful in its efforts to get the Senate to consider a much-improved version of the Continuing Resolution.
From the Editor
I am a member of several surgical societies, and more than once I’ve extolled the importance of going to meetings as part of my personal...
The new certification maintenance process reflects input from more than 10,000 diplomates.
Some states are formulating laws that safeguard the central provisions of the ACA.
From the Journals
Women with an employer-mandated switch from a low- to high-deductible health plan had significant delays in diagnostic imaging, biopsy, diagnosis...
SAN ANTONIO – The latest data show that the great majority of workplace violence is perpetrated by individuals outside the organization.
Nine other states have requests pending with CMS to enact a Medicaid work requirement.
Nearly 1 in 3 Medicare patients undergo an operation in their final year of life.