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The annual retreat enables the Board to not only accomplish its important business functions, but to examine where the Congress and College are and where we would like them to go.      

ACOG’s Media Relations team fields 1,500 media inquiries a year. Here are a few of the articles in November and December that prominently featured ACOG guidance and experts:

In this issue: Chair’s report; Junior Fellow news; ROUNDS project and patient safety efforts; Legislative activities update; Section reports; Capital Cup and Ice Bucket Challenge; In Memoriam: Harold A. Kaminetzky, MD, Past ACOG President  

ICD-10 Implementation will be the most significant change to billing and reimbursement in the United States since HIPAA.  All HIPAA covered entities (including physician practices) will be required to use the new diagnosis codes.  Ensure that your practice is prepared for the October 1, 2015 implementation by attending an ACOG Coding Workshop. 

In September, ACOG worked with state and federal lawmakers on a wide array of issues of importance to you and your patients

The 2015 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting not only has a new name, but it also has a NEW layout.

The CREOG In-Training Examination is designed to measure the extent to which residents achieve cognitive knowledge, as defined in CREOG’s Educational Objectives: Core Curriculum for Residents in Obstetrics and Gynecology. The goal is to provide performance assessment of individual residents and the program as a whole. The 2015 CREOG In-Training Examination may be given Thursday, January 22, or Friday, January 23, or Saturday, January 24, 2015.  A resident must complete the examination in one day.  In 2015, CREOG will pilot an online examination. Nineteen residency programs hav...

At ACOG’s 2014 Executive Board Retreat in Charleston, South Carolina, on October 31 and November 1, we had the opportunity to review a productive year and look forward to the challenges—and opportunities—that lie ahead. The annual retreat enables the board to accomplish its important business functions as well as examine where the Congress and College are and where we would like them to go. The retreat is always very helpful in this regard; board members and staff gain valuable insight and information that help us to continue driving ACOG operations in a positive direction. ...

December 1 is World AIDS Day, an opportunity to bring awareness to the fight against HIV and AIDS. This year, the focus of the UN AIDS campaign is “closing the gap,” which means ¬≠providing prevention, treatment, care, and support services to all people.

When friends, colleagues, and staff of Sterling B. Williams, MS, MD, PhD, speak of him, a portrait emerges of a multifaceted man who was thoughtful, persistent, dedicated, focused, caring, and passionate.

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