This year ASH is initiating a new annual meeting program focused on clinicians in private practice. These sessions, known as “Practice Makes Perfect,” will provide an opportunity for a limited number of attendees to meet with experts in an interactive session. ASH has invited practitioners with expertise and experience in topics of interest in the practice setting. The speakers will discuss each topic and provide ample time for attendees to present their questions and gain new perspectives. A boxed lunch will be provided.
Ticket Prices (per session)
Member or staff of a member: $25
Non-Member in Training: $25
The Practice Makes Perfect Sessions are restricted to medical professionals or medical professional staff only; no business persons or media will be admitted. Tickets are limited and only available on site on a first-come, first-served basis. Only one ticket per person is allowed. These tickets can be purchased at any registration counter in Hall C until all tickets are sold. The room assignment will be indicated on the ticket.
A number of tickets for the Practice Makes Perfect Sessions will be reserved especially for you. Proof of status as an Associate member or non-member in training will be required to purchase a ticket. Please show your name badge to the staff at the counter.
The following sessions will be offered:
New Models for Payment: Pathways and Insurers
Thomas Marsland, MD, Florida Oncology Associates, Orange Park, FL
Gerald J. Robbins, MD, Florida Cancer Institute, New Port Richey, FL
Pay for Performance and the Physician Quality Reporting Initiative (PQRI)
Elaine Gayle Chottiner, MD, Ann Arbor Hematology Oncology Associates, Ann Arbor, MI
Steven L. Allen, MD, Monter Cancer Center, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Lake Success, NY
Maintenance of Certification: What Is It Like to Go Through the Maintenance of Certification Process?
Candido E. Rivera, MD, Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, FL
Thomas P. Bradley, MD, Monter Cancer Center, Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Lake Success, NY
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