Returning to work or school after a burn injury can be an important part of the recovery process. Encouraging survivors to return to a familiar routine provides benefits such as social interaction and confidence.
Today, CMMI launched a new payment model, the Part D Payment Modernization Model, and made changes to the existing Medicare Advantage Value-Based Insurance Design Model as part of a broader effort to lower drug prices for Medicare beneficiaries.
The regional burn conferences provide great opportunities for multidisciplinary burn care professionals to participate in table top discussions, explore educational opportunities, earn CEUs and network with other burn care colleagues, and exhibitor partners in a more intimate setting.
The mission of Shriners Hospitals for Children is composed of three pursuits: to provide the highest quality, family-centered care; to educate physicians and other health care professionals; and to conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves care and the quality of life of children and families.
ABA representatives, Drs. Colleen Ryan, Jim Jeng, and Steve Wolf have been attending many meetings this past summer, in Washington, DC, with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response (ASPR) to discuss medical care in response to a disaster.