FAER  |   September 2013
Anesthesiology Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Join Us in Orlando and Bring Your Ideas!
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Airway Management / Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems / Critical Care / Education / CPD / Geriatric Anesthesia / Pain Medicine / Practice Management / Respiratory System / Technology / Equipment / Monitoring / Advocacy and Legislative Issues / Quality Improvement / FAER
FAER   |   September 2013
Anesthesiology Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Join Us in Orlando and Bring Your Ideas!
ASA Monitor 09 2013, Vol.77, 78-79.
ASA Monitor 09 2013, Vol.77, 78-79.
The profound historical impact of innovation and entrepreneurism on creating the American way of life is indisputable. It is responsible for the United States’ presence as an economic superpower, and it will become increasingly important to maintaining our national well-being in the future. Entrepreneurial activities have fostered major innovations in medicine that have created the most advanced health care system in the world.
Among physician specialists, anesthesiologists have been at the forefront of developing new technologies that improve clinical outcomes. Despite these victories, we cannot rest on our laurels. As physician anesthesiologists, it is in our and our patients’ short- and long-term interests to pursue the develop-ment of novel technologies (drugs, devices and software) that not only improve outcomes but also streamline the delivery of health care and reduce costs. One way FAER can contribute to this objective is by providing an educational program that empowers physician anesthesiologists in key aspects of successful translational research, product development, technology commercialization and entrepreneurism: the Anesthesiology Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (ACIE).
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