ASES News – August 2019
ASES Announces its New Mission and Vision!
On August 15, 2019 ASES launched its 2020-2024 Strategic Plan. The document introduces a new ASES mission and vision and outlines four strategic goals focusing on advocacy, member experience, education & research, and organizational effectiveness.
We truly appreciate the hard work of our dedicated members & stakeholders that contributed their time and effort to the society’s new strategic plan. Please visit https://pst.cr/KKZfh
to view our new mission and vision. You can also view the full strategic plan by logging into the members only section of the website.
Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!
Early Registration Rate: $975
Regular Registration Rate: $1100 (begins on September 16th)
ICL Registration Rate: $75 per ICL
Please note: this meeting is for ASES members only. CME credit will be available.
If you have yet to secure your hotel reservations, please see contact information below for the Sheraton New York Times Square. When making your reservations, please let them know you are with the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) to receive the ASES room rate. The deadline to make a reservation is September 24, 2019 (subject to availability).
If you prefer to make your reservations by phone, see call-in options below:
1-212-581-1000 (Direct Line)
1-888-236-2427 (Toll Free Reservations Line)
Last day to cancel and receive a full reimbursement: August 30th
Last day to cancel and receive a 50% refund: September 13th
No refunds as of September 16th
*Registration Deadline: October 6th
*A fee of $100 will be added to all on-site registrations.
On November 22-23, 2019, the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons will be hosting the ASES 2019 Resident Course: Essentials of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery at the Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC) located in Rosemont, Illinois. The course, chaired by Drs. Charles Getz, Michael O’Brien, and Dr. Paul Sethi, will offer a review of the principles of shoulder and elbow anatomy and help residents further their skills and gain mastery of surgical approaches and procedures of the shoulder and elbow. Please note that both residents and fellows are welcome to attend. Registrants must be a current resident or fellow during the 2019-2020 year.
Attendees will learn essential procedures of the shoulder and elbow through hands-on lab instruction, case discussions and podium presentations by renowned ASES faculty. The many topics and procedures covered will include:
· Resident Case Competitions
· Shoulder Instability
· Rotator Cuff Lab & Cases
· Arthroscopic Bankart and Posterior Labrum Repair
· Diagnostic Elbow
· Anatomic and Reverse TSA and much more.
Please pass this information on to your residents and/or fellows and encourage them to register through the ASES website: ASES Resident Course
. Registration includes all lectures, lab, sawbones displays, meals, and “pizza and beer” networking dinner.
ASES Foundation – Grateful Patient Card
This printable card is a great way to let your patients know about the work that the ASES Foundation is doing towards the advancement of shoulder and elbow medicine and to give them an opportunity to contribute! Click on the image below to print out a few for your office today!
In this episode of the ASES Podcast, Dr. Joseph Abboud and Dr. Ronald Navarro are interviewed by hosts Dr. Peter Chalmers and Dr. Rachel Frank regarding ASES Membership Advancement.
Do More With Your Data Through Registry Participation
Clinical data registries help the frontline orthopaedic surgeon to collect quality data without having to create the entire infrastructure themselves and serve a vital role in empowering surgeons to demonstrate quality based on their data.
In late 2018, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) launched the AAOS Shoulder & Elbow Registry (SER). Participation by practice sites (hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, or private practices) enables evidence-based analysis by surgeons on a scale not possible before.
Practice sites that join SER get full logistic and technical support from expert staff. And, these benefits:
- Shoulder arthroplasty, rotator cuff repair, and elbow arthroplasty modules for data collection
- Dashboards for all surgeons at the site
- The RegistryInsights® patient-reported outcome (PRO) technology solution to administer and manage PRO measure collection
- Participation counting towards ABOS Maintenance of Certification requirements
Watch the replay
from the AAOS webinar, “New AAOS Shoulder & Elbow Registry Modules You Should Know About,” to learn more or if you would like to speak to an AAOS staff member about enrollment, please contact AAOS Registry Engagement Associate Kristine Sizemore at email@example.com
The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons is excited to announce a new partnership with the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) and the STOP (Sports Trauma and Overuse Prevention) Sports Injuries program, which aims to help prevent traumatic and overuse injuries in young athletes.
The program utilizes a broad set of sport and injury-specific resources that provide athletes, parents, coaches and healthcare professionals information on common sports injuries, how they can be treated, and most importantly what steps can be taken to prevent them. Beyond raising awareness on the important topic of injury prevention, the program also highlights how playing safe and smart can enhance and extend a child’s athletic career, improve teamwork, reduce obesity rates and create a lifelong love of exercise and healthy activity.
We encourage ASES members to consider supporting the program by signing-up their own practices and institutions as official collaboration organizations and sharing the educational materials with patients. To learn more about how you can get involved and help keep kids in the game for life, visit STOPSportsInjuries.org
SOS and OBERD Systems Now Available to ASES Members
In Spring 2018 the ASES leadership carefully evaluated several data management web-based systems that would allow ASES members to collect and analyze patient reported outcome data as well as promote the use and improvement of PRO’s in clinical care. After a thorough evaluation, the ASES leadership chose 2 systems: Surgical Outcomes System™ and OBERD.
Each data management system brings a set of valuable benefits – members are invited to select the system that best addresses their practice needs. SOS if available free of charge while OBERD is being offered at a deeply discounted price. This is an excellent opportunity for our members and we hope that you will take full advantage of this benefit. To learn more about each system review the details below.
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