Scientific Abstract Presentations: Practice Management Session 5 Sun, Oct 30 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT


Program

Subject to change

10:00 AM

An Update on Gender Bias and Sexual Harassment in Plastic Surgery Training

10:05 AM

Health Literacy Among General and Plastic and Reconstructive Interest Population

10:10 AM

Does the camera type matter to our patients? An analysis of patient opinions in office photography.

10:15 AM

Searching Hospital Websites for Aesthetic Breast Surgery: Where Are the Plastic Surgeons?

10:20 AM

Ready to Launch: Making the jump to department status

10:25 AM

Physician Assistants in Academic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Results of a National Survey

10:30 AM

Charge Capture in the BICU: Increasing Revenue by Improving Documentation

10:35 AM

National Institutes of Health Funding to Plastic Surgeons: An analysis of the past 25-years

10:40 AM

Practice Management Session 5 - Discussion 1

10:50 AM

Amputation Acceptance: A Survey of Factors Influencing the Decision to Undergo Lower Extremity Amputation

10:55 AM

Financial Literacy and Plastic Surgery Residency: Knowledge Gaps and the Way Forward

11:00 AM

Wanted or Wanting: Telemedicine’s Impact on Patient Satisfaction and Efficiency in a Pediatric Plastic Surgery Practice

11:05 AM

Fertility & Childbearing Outcomes of Female Plastic Surgeons: How Far Have We Come in 25 Years?

11:10 AM

What are Plastic Surgeons Doing? Changes in Procedure Frequency Based on American Society of Plastic Surgeons Member Only Procedural Statistics

11:15 AM

Rural Plastic Surgery: A Deep Dive into Availability, Motivating Factors, and Scope of Practice

11:20 AM

The Instagram Effect: A Google Trends Analysis

11:30 AM

Practice Management Session 5 - Discussion 2


Accreditation: The American Society of Plastic Surgeons® (ASPS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation: The ASPS designates this live activity for a maximum of 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

*Subject to change