Tag: SVS SET

Intermittent claudication and exercise therapy: A poor SET-up

Many of you may have already heard about the controversial Comparative Billing Reports (CBRs) that have been received by some of our vascular surgery...

SVS SET: PAD patient walks away from pain

Ice, cold and snow make it tough to walk outside in Lansing, Michigan, right now. So, jokes Doug Giller, he is wearing a path...

Coaches ‘integral’ to SVS SET app program

“A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are.” Those are words ascribed to football coach...

Supervised Exercise Therapy: There’s an app for that

Call it timing on several fronts, each part coming together for the benefit of patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Included in the mix was...

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...

Hodgson: Bringing appropriateness into sharper focus

In 2019, Kim Hodgson, MD, kicked off his presidential year by placing appropriateness and quality of care under the microscope. His turn organizing the...

Vascular Specialist–October 2020

In this issue: Special interview: Kim Hodgson, MD, discusses his SVS presidency, his appropriateness-in-care agenda, the new SVS SET app, and his post-presidential priorities...