Free Clinical Seminar Talk from ACOG ‘17


Enjoy with our complements this highly attended and highly rated talk from ACOG’s 2017 Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting.

Dr. Lockwood, senior vice president, USF Health, and dean of the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine in Tampa, discusses how health care providers can proceed as MACRA, the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act, takes effect. Despite all of the changes in government, MACRA is one thing that won’t go away, as it passed with and maintains significant bipartisan support.

The Economics of MACRA for Ob-gyns
Charles J. Lockwood, MD, MHCM
USF Health, Tampa, FL



To view more sessions like this one, Purchase 2017 Annual Meeting “Virtual Meeting” session recordings  Virtual Meeting package includes nearly the entire meeting for a fraction of the cost of attending in person:

  • 19 colloquia sessions
  • 76 clinical seminars
  • 25 postgraduate courses
  • 12 flipped classrooms
  • 9 hands-on courses
  • 9 lunch seminars
  • 4 surgical tutorials
  • Film Festival
  • Telesurgery session
  • Cutting edge topics session
  • Special sessions  


If you enjoyed this talk, then please consider attending the 2018 meeting in person.

ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting
April 27-30, 2018
Austin, Texas

             Exhibit                         Product Theater                      CME Forum


The focus of the 2018 Annual Meeting in Austin, TX will be Medical and Surgical Innovations in Health Care. As such, there are many exciting features to look forward to:

  • Centrally located “Innovation Rodeo,” which will serve as the hub for the event, and include the ACOG booth and bookstore
  • With a focus on innovation, “Augmented Reality” will be incorporated into selected conference events. Look for exciting details soon!
  • “Triple Seminars”. Each year, Annual Meeting attendees express that they wish they could be in many places at once, and this will allow an opportunity to do just that!


“Best Annual Meeting ever been to. Great content and organizational structure.  Loved flexibility to choose between colloquia and clinical seminars on some days when I wished to be in two places at once.” 

 2017 Annual Meeting Attendee


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