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‘Inordinate amount’ of vascular surgery’s Medicare payments go to narrow group,...

Just 1% of vascular surgeons receive “an inordinate amount” of the total Medicare payments that flow toward the specialty, with disproportionate use of outpatient...

Videos

Craig Walker, MD, of Houma, Louisiana; Bryan Fisher, MD, of Nashville, Tennessee; and Andre Biuckians, MD, of Towson, Maryland, give a multi-specialty perspective in regards to the new Philips QuickClear device. They discuss how they are utilizing QuickClear for...

From the Editor

Leadership and culture: Nurturing our immune system

Defining culture is amorphous, and mostly subjective. Being hard to define, it falls behind other measures of leadership—and team success or failure—like strategy or...

A healing touch

Since March 2020, my life has literally spiraled out of control both personally and professionally. The COVID-19 pandemic shattered my life, and I am...

SVS news

Target 2021: SVS councils and committees drill down on key goals...

Ronald L. Dalman While there is little doubt the pandemic has impacted each vascular surgeon and the SVS as a Society in numerous ways, the...

Target 2021: SVS councils and committees drill down on key goals...

While there is little doubt the pandemic has impacted each vascular surgeon and the SVS as a Society in numerous ways, the commitment and...

Commentary

On Oct. 28, 2020, the University of Vermont Health Network—consisting of six hospitals in Vermont and upstate New York, was hit by a cyberattack.1 Leading up to the attack—the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released a warning regarding...

VAM news

The deadline for the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Resident Research Award has been extended to Feb. 17—a knock-on effect of the date shift for the Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM). The SVS Basic and Translational Research Committee selects one recipient...

A healing touch

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