Chairman - Tracy Watson, MD
Co-chairman - Stuart Gold, MD
Eben Carroll, MD
Dan Chan, MD
Ed Perez, MD
Steve Haman, MD
Stephen Quinnan, MD
Gil Ortega, MD
The Advanced Surgical Approaches for Internal Fixation (SAIF) course is offered by Smith & Nephew and is desiged for current orthopaedic trauma fellows or 5th year orthopaedic residents. The goals of the course are for the attendees to learn both surgical approaches of challenging fractures as well as open reduction and fixation techniques for commonly seen fractures in Level 1 teaching programs. Attendees will participate in didactic lectures, share case presentations, perform surgical exposures, learn and practice important fracture reduction techniques, and carry out advanced fixation strategies. Smith & Nephew's world class facility and a small faculty to attendee ratio will ensure that each participant enjoys a unique educational experience.
Under the federal “Sunshine Law”, all medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturers, including Smith & Nephew, are required to track and report payments and transfers of value to US-licensed physicians and teaching hospitals. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the Final Rule on February 1, 2013. Manufacturers must begin to collect the required data on August 1, 2013 and report the data collected through December 31, 2013 to CMS by March 31, 2014. CMS will publish the reported data on a publicly available website by September 30, 2014. Smith & Nephew is committed to full compliance with the Sunshine law. In order to comply, we will report payments and transfers of value provided to US-licensed physicians including the following in accordance to the Final Rule:
For more information on the Sunshine Law, please visit CMS National Physician Payment Transparency Program Open Payments web page at http://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/National-Physician-Payment-Transparency-Program/Physician-Subpage.html
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