Residents & Fellows Track
NEW! CV/Resume Review
Visit ASA Conference Supporters in the exhibit hall at select times around the refreshment and lunch breaks and get a comprehensive evaluation of your CV or resume. Contact the groups below to schedule a review today!
- TeamHealth (booth #220): Lindy Seto: Lindy_Seto@teamhealth.com
- US Anesthesia Partners (booth #508): Scott Lindblom: Scott.Lindblom@usap.com
- American Anesthesiology, a MEDNAX company (booth #720): Jenifer Seiff: Jenifer_Seiff@mednax.com
Plus, bring your CV to be reviewed by expert moderators during the special roundtable discussion for residents.
- How Do I Get a Job? – Resident Interviewing Skills
- Saturday, January 28th | 4-6 p.m. | Table #1
- Moderators: Erica Stein, M.D., Edward Yaghmour, M.D.
Saturday, January 28, 2017
Moderator: Erica Stein, M.D.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) states that practice management should be taught during anesthesiology residency. Unfortunately, what needs to be taught is loosely defined. Consequently, the amount of practice management education varies by residency program. As an adjunct to practice management education taught in residency, ASA offers a Residents and Fellows Track as part of its annual PRACTICE MANAGEMENT conference. This one-day course provides foundational concepts in practice management so attendees can meet and excel at the non-clinical demands unique to starting out in practice.
PM17: The deadline for claiming credit for this live activity is January 26, 2018, 11:59 p.m. CT.
Who should attend?
- Anesthesiology Residents (CA2 and CA3)
- Anesthesiology Fellows
You’ll be able to:
- Identify various value delivery strategies that physician anesthesiologists and anesthesiology group practices can implement to improve their practice
- Recognize the requirements for accurate billing and coding and apply these concepts
- Apply fundamentals of physician payment, hospital and medical staff relations and compliance
- List differences among various types of anesthesiology practices and how they reflect in employment contracts