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AANS and CNS Unveil 2014 Legislative Agenda

By Access to Care, Antitrust, Coding and Reimbursement, Congress, Emergency Care, Fraud and Abuse, GME, Guidelines, Health, Healthcare Costs, HIT, IPAB, Medicaid, Medical Innovation, Medical Liability, Medical Research, Medicare, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement, SGR, Workforce ShortageNo Comments
Earlier this year, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) released its 2014 legislative agenda, which includes action items such as abolishing the...
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Cross Post: The Future of Medical Specialists under the Affordable Care Act

By Access to Care, Coding and Reimbursement, Cross Post, Health, Health Reform, Healthcare Costs, IPAB, Managed Care, Medical Innovation, Medical Liability, Quality Improvement, Workforce Shortage2 Comments
From time to time on Neurosurgery Blog you will see us cross-posting pieces from other health blogs when we believe they really hit the mark on an issue. Today’s post...
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AANS Spotlight – AANS Neurosurgeon Highlights Personal Stories of Humanitarian Neurosurgery

By AANS Spotlight, Emergency Care, Health, Healthcare Costs, IPAB, Medicare, Quality Improvement, SGRNo Comments
The AANS Neurosurgeon is official socioeconomic publication of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) which features information and analysis for contemporary neurosurgical practice. It focuses on issues related to legislation,...
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AANS and CNS Unveil 2013 Legislative Agenda

By Access to Care, Coding and Reimbursement, Congress, Emergency Care, GME, Health, Health Reform, Healthcare Costs, HIT, IPAB, Medicaid, Medical Innovation, Medical Liability, Medical Research, Medicare, Patient Safety, Quality Improvement, SGRNo Comments
Today, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS) released its 2013 legislative agenda, which includes action items such as abolishing the Independent Payment...
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