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Explore Historic Saratoga & Earn 11 CMEs!
Obstetrical Safety Tools, Drills and Protocols
Thursday, July 25 - Friday, July 26, 2013
The Hyatt Place, Saratoga, NY
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The Summer Place to Be!
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"At the Rail" Buffet, Saratoga Race Course
With the excitement that the Saratoga region draws in the summer, Saratoga is a wonderful setting for this year’s Obstetrical Safety Tools, Drills and Protocols meeting. Take advantage of all this area has to offer, including fabulous restaurants, world-class horse racing, amazing golf, spas and a charming downtown while earning 11 CMEs!
2013 Annual District II Meeting (ADM)
October 25-27 | Grand Hyatt New York
Don't miss out on your chance to save
$20 on your ADM registration!
Better things to do with $20 in NYC
This year’s ADM will once again be held in the heart of Manhattan at the Grand Hyatt. New York City has activities for the whole family - from museums, Broadway shows, and sports venues to dining and shopping.
Sterling B. Williams, MS, MD, PhD, ACOG Vice President of Education
Sterling B. Williams, MS, MD, PhD, Vice President, Education at The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (The College), passed away on Sunday, May 19, after a brief illness. He led The College’s Education Division and directed the Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2001.
Preventing Preterm Birth Series
Preterm birth continues to be a major public health challenge in the United States despite our efforts to reduce it. However, new science has shed light on the predictive nature of the cervix in assessing who may be at risk.
Apply for ACOG Committee Service
Applications for Committee Service for Congress and College committees are now being accepted. Appointments begin in May 2014. Click here to read about committee positions available, responsibilities and more and to submit your application. Submission deadline: August 1, 2013
I-Stop Law Requirement
The I-Stop Law requires all prescribers to have a health commerce account to enable them to access the Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). If you order controlled substances, you also need to be involved in I-Stop.
Physician practices must report PQRS data this year to avoid 2015 penalty
Physicians who fail to report quality data this year through the federal government's Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) program will be docked 1.5% of of their Medicare reimbursements in 2015.
Education For Patients
Dense Breasts PSA [MP3 file]
Junior Fellow Opportunities
Attention Residency Program Directors
The new Resident Advocacy Program (RAP) is being offered by District II during the 2013 legislative session to expand on CREOG’s educational objective to recognize the role of the physician in legislation as related to women’s health policy.
2013 Socioeconomic Survey
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2013 Socioeconomic Survey