Articles  |   September 2013
Subspecialty Panels: Rise and Shine With Cutting-Edge Sessions
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  • Audrée A. Bendo, M.D.
    Committee on Annual Meeting Oversight
    Chair
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Ambulatory Anesthesia / Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems / Infectious Disease / Neurosurgical Anesthesia / Pain Medicine / Pediatric Anesthesia / Practice Management / Advocacy and Legislative Issues / Quality Improvement / Articles
Articles   |   September 2013
Subspecialty Panels: Rise and Shine With Cutting-Edge Sessions
ASA Monitor 09 2013, Vol.77, 38-40.
ASA Monitor 09 2013, Vol.77, 38-40.
Formerly known as “Breakfast Panels,” the early morning Subspecialty Panels at the ANESTHESIOLOGYTM 2013 annual meeting have been chosen by subspecialty experts to help you gain the latest insights into your field. All sessions take place at the Moscone Convention Center and are scheduled from 7 a.m. to 8:15 a.m.
The Society for Ambulatory Anesthesia (SAMBA) will present “ASC Crisis Management,” with lead speaker Steven Butz, M.D. The panel will lead learners through disruptions of normal patient care and how they can be anticipated, avoided and accommodated. Subjects and speakers include:
“Perioperative Technology in the Age of Healthcare Reform,” is the subject of the panel by the Society of Technology in Anesthesia (STA). Technological advances in medicine are perhaps the largest contributor to the growing cost of health care in the U.S. Controlling health care costs will therefore require strategies that address how technology is used in patient care. This panel will explore how perioperative technology (specifically, devices required for delivering patient care and monitoring the patient) is likely to be influenced by efforts to reform health care and control costs. Subjects and speakers will be:
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