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ADDING LEADERSHIP TO THE LEARNING PORTFOLIO OF A VASCULAR SURGEONBY NASIM HEDAYATI, MD ON BEHALF OF THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY COMMITTEEThis is the latest column in this year’s series highlighting the evidence-based behaviors and attributes that define great leadership.

Protect your practice, staff

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Consider Business, Disability Insurance, Plans for Staff

SVS members who are in private practice care not only for their patients but also their employees, with attendant financial obligations.

Medicare: What's on Tap for 2018?

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Don’t get too comfortable with today’s knowledge on the Quality Payment Program. Some changes are being proposed for 2018, mostly related to increased reporting requirements to avoid the 5 percent Medicare payment penalty in 2020.

Tales From the Road Less Traveled: From the Executive Director

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As Executive Director of SVS, one of my priorities, and great joys, is to find opportunities to meet and talk with SVS members locally in their own communities and practices. I hear a lot of ideas expressed at meetings of course, but seeing things first-hand, and talking to partners and team members about their local issues and practice environments and their needs, helps me to understand how SVS can best help. 

FOCUS ON RESEARCH: Harnessing Biology to Rescue CVI Sufferers

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Despite affecting 25 million Americans, including two to six million with ulcer conditions, chronic venous insufficiency is relatively understudied compared to other vascular diseases. Yet for patients with venous leg ulcers, their condition is debilitating, painful and embarrassing.

Recent Articles

Leadership Spotlight:

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ADDING LEADERSHIP TO THE LEARNING PORTFOLIO OF A VASCULAR SURGEONBY NASIM HEDAYATI, MD ON BEHALF OF THE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND DIVERSITY COMMITTEEThis is the latest column in this year’s series highlighting the evidence-based behaviors and attributes that define great leadership.

Protect your practice, staff

Article

Consider Business, Disability Insurance, Plans for Staff

SVS members who are in private practice care not only for their patients but also their employees, with attendant financial obligations.

Medicare: What's on Tap for 2018?

Article

Don’t get too comfortable with today’s knowledge on the Quality Payment Program. Some changes are being proposed for 2018, mostly related to increased reporting requirements to avoid the 5 percent Medicare payment penalty in 2020.

Tales From the Road Less Traveled: From the Executive Director

Article

As Executive Director of SVS, one of my priorities, and great joys, is to find opportunities to meet and talk with SVS members locally in their own communities and practices. I hear a lot of ideas expressed at meetings of course, but seeing things first-hand, and talking to partners and team members about their local issues and practice environments and their needs, helps me to understand how SVS can best help. 

FOCUS ON RESEARCH: Harnessing Biology to Rescue CVI Sufferers

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Despite affecting 25 million Americans, including two to six million with ulcer conditions, chronic venous insufficiency is relatively understudied compared to other vascular diseases. Yet for patients with venous leg ulcers, their condition is debilitating, painful and embarrassing.