Scientific Abstract Presentations: Practice Management Session 3 Fri, Oct 28 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT


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10:00 AM

An Analysis of Volume and Cost of the Most Popular Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Procedures: 2010-2018

10:05 AM

Hard to Deny It: Preauthorization Inconsistencies Prevail in Reduction Mammaplasty

10:10 AM

Travel Distance and National Access to Gender Affirming Care

10:15 AM

The impact of fat grafting donor site on the efficacy and safety of contouring

10:20 AM

Policy Implications on Payment and Regional Shifts in Gender Affirming Surgery

10:25 AM

The Demographic of Academic Surgeons in the United States Practicing Gender-Affirming Surgery

10:30 AM

Gender-Affirming Surgery in Plastic Surgery In-Service Exams: A Critical Analysis of a Decade of Questions

10:35 AM

Planning and Building an Academic Transgender Medicine Center of Excellence: The Five-Year Johns Hopkins Experience

10:40 AM

An Analysis of Peyronie’s Disease Insurance Coverage

10:45 AM

How do “gender centers” define themselves? Service line, physician, and provider analysis of self-described “gender centers”.

10:50 AM

Practice Management Session 3 - Discussion 1

11:00 AM

Trends in Clostridium difficile Infection Rates Among Plastic Surgery Procedures: A NSQIP Database Analysis of 16,146 Cases from 2015-2019

11:05 AM

Fat Grafting Practices and Preferences, Are We Any Closer to a Standardized Approach? A Survey Providing Insights on Current Trends in Small and Large Fat Grafting

11:10 AM

Examining linguistic disparities in patient experiences with telehealth in craniofacial care

11:15 AM

Patient Perspectives on Selecting an Aesthetic Surgeon: A Qualitative Interview Study

11:20 AM

Advanced Practice Providers in Plastic Surgery: What are the financial implications for top of license practice?

11:25 AM

Greening the Plastic Surgery Operating Room: Strategies for Waste Reduction in Plastic Surgery Procedures

11:30 AM

Work Relative Value Units and Operative Time – Defining the Relationship for Subspecialties of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

11:35 AM

Patient Preferences for Utilization of Telemedicine in Aesthetic Surgery

11:40 AM

Public Perception of Household Risks for Pediatric Burn Injuries

11:40 AM

Public Perception of Household Risks for Pediatric Burn Injuries

11:45 AM

Practice Management Session 3 - 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 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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