ASES News – February 2021
New ASES Membership Database
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The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons (ASES) is pleased to announce we are moving to Schaumburg, IL, as of April 1, 2021. Schaumburg is located approximately 8 miles northwest of O’Hare Intl. Airport and 30 miles from downtown Chicago.
In preparation for the move, ASES is also transitioning to a new database which is now live. Your former password will no longer work to access this new record, so you will have to create a new one. We also ask that you review and make any updates to your record. If you attended the ASES 2020 Annual Meeting, you may notice this is not reflected. This information will be added in the upcoming months.
JSES: Reviews, Reports & Techniques
First Issue Now Online and Free to Read
JSES Reviews, Reports and Techniques has published its first issue, featuring the latest reviews and articles focusing on upper extremity disease and injury. Below are a few featured articles from the first issue that is fully open access and free to read:
- Review article: Biologics in shoulder and elbow pathology
- Treatment of olecranon fractures using an intramedullary cancellous screw and suture tension band” minimum 2-year follow up
- Skinny wire and locking plate fixation for comminuted intra-articular distal humerus fractures: a technical track and care series
JSES Reviews, Reports and Techniques is an open access and online-only journal that concentrates exclusively on medical, surgical, and physical research and best practice on treating injury/disease of the upper extremity, including the shoulder girdle, upper arm, and elbow.
This publication is an official member of the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (JSES) family of journals and is sponsored by eleven leading upper extremity orthopedic organizations globally.
Coding and Reimbursement FAQ’s Added to Website
Information on coding and reimbursement specific to members can be found on the ASES website. On the Coding and Reimbursement web page you will find answers to many FAQ’s, as well as the latest updates regarding new and existing CPT codes.
ASES Member Benefit
2020 Annual Meeting – Abstract Compendium
The ASES Annual Meeting Abstract Compendium is now available to all members of the society. The compendium includes over 525 abstracts submitted for the ASES 2020 Annual Meeting this past October, but not included for virtual presentations. This free benefit not only advances the mission and vision of ASES, but it is also directly aligned with the society’s strategic plan. We hope that you will enjoy having access to the compendium.
This compendium has been made possible by support from DJO. The American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons gratefully acknowledge DJO in support of this project and in support of the Society and our mission.
The link below will take you to the ASES Member’s Only section where you will be asked to login with your ASES member credentials. Once the page is accessed, you will find a link to the compendium. After opening the link to the compendium, feel free to download, save, or print the file via icons you will find in the upper right-hand corner of that web-link. The Table of Contents provides a listing of abstracts to assist you in navigating the file.
ASES Partnership with the Biologic Association
The Biologic Association (BA) is an orthopaedic organization dedicated to providing one voice for all matters on musculoskeletal biologics and regenerative medicine. The BA is a collaboration of leading orthopaedic organizations: The Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA), the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM), the International Cartilage Regeneration and Joint Preservation Society (ICRS), the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM), the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R), Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation, the Orthoregeneration Network (ON Foundation) and now, ASES!
We are excited for this new partnership and welcome you to create a complimentary user account at www.thebiologicassociation.com.
2020 Neer Circle Meeting
On Saturday, October 10, 2020, ASES Past-President William Levine, MD and Co-Chairs Jay Keener, MD and Joseph Abboud, MD, led the Neer Circle Academic Symposium. The topic that was discussed and debated centered upon ASES Surgical Education and Subspecialty Challenges within the Current Health Care Paradigm. A diverse group of thought provoking ASES members participated as faculty and through panel discussions they explored controversial issues such as resident and fellow education, subspecialty promotion among our peers, how the ASES can better serve its membership, and how the ever growing contemporary stresses (e.g. decreased reimbursement, COVID-19, regulatory environment) can best be addressed.
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