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The GI Research Revolution: A Look Back at 2015
July 27, 2016CMGH has published a digital mini-issue with the most interesting articles from 2015.
Take Action for World Hepatitis Day
July 27, 2016World Hepatitis Day is July 28 and there is plenty for you to do to help spread awareness, increase testing and improve future treatment options.
Do You Need Funding for an Educational Project?
July 26, 2016Submit an application by Aug. 31 to the AGA Academy of Educators.
John Allen Named Next Editor-in-Chief of GI & Hepatology News
July 26, 2016Dr. Allen is a recent past president of AGA Institute and has an exceptional reputation within the community of GI health-care delivery.
What Happens to Infants Whose Mothers Took Anti-TNF Agents During Pregnancy?
July 25, 2016Gastro study says anti-TNF agents can be detected in infants born to mothers with IBD who took the drugs during pregnancy.
Honor a Loved One and Support the AGA Research Awards Program
July 25, 2016Your gift will assist in furthering basic digestive disease research, which can ultimately advance research into all digestive diseases.
One Month Left to Join Distinguished Community of AGA Fellows
July 20, 2016Don't miss the opportunity to be recognized for your accomplishments in GI.
Learn More about PQRS
Participate in a live webinar — Earning a 2011 Medicare Bonus: What You Need to Know — on Tuesday, Nov. 15, noon to 12:45 p.m. Learn more and register.
Don’t Lose Hundreds of Dollars Due to Improper Coding
July 20, 2016Get answers to all your coding and billing questions through the AGA Coding and Billing Center.
This Week in the AGA Community
July 20, 2016The AGA member-only networking forum is skipping vacation this summer. Are you keeping up with the conversations?
An Unusual Cause of Massive Ascites
July 20, 2016July Gastroenterology image challenge focuses on patient who developed fever, jaundice and abdominal distention during his hospital stay.
Two Additional Research Scholar Awards Announced
July 19, 2016Ensure a major portion of your time is protected for pancreatic cancer and gastric cancer research.
Navigating the Ship: The Role of Program Coordinators in Graduate Medical Education
July 18, 2016Program coordinators must serve as organizers, leaders, advocates and ultimately resources, writes Rebecca Williams of Mayo Clinic.
Looking for New GI Career Opportunities?
July 18, 2016Openings are available in practice, academia and research.
Open for Public Comment: New Crohn’s Disease Guideline
July 18, 2016Share your thoughts on the AGA guideline on post-op management of Crohn's disease by Aug. 15.
In-Depth Analysis of Proposed 2017 Medicare Rules
July 18, 2016We've summarized the key provisions of the Physician Fee Schedule and HOPPS/ASC proposed rules.
Dr. Maxime Mahe Receives AGA-Athena Troxel Blackburn Award in Neuroenteric Disease
July 13, 2016With this grant, Dr. Mahe will explore the functions and mechanisms of the enteric nervous system and its effect on intestinal development.
What Does the Future Hold for Upper GI Disorders?
July 13, 2016Join your colleagues at the first annual AGA Drug Development Conference Oct. 27 and 28.
Health-Care Professionals Need to Prevent and Address Ransomware
July 13, 2016HHS provides guidance on how to protect your patient data and technology systems following a major uptick in recent attacks.
Tips to Connect with Patients Despite EHR
July 13, 2016Electronic health records are unlikely to go away, so what can you do to increase quality time with your patients? Here's one tip from Dr. Laurie Keefer.
FDA Advisory Panel Unanimously Recommends Approval of New Biosimilar for IBD
July 13, 2016Amgen’s ABP 501, a biosimilar to AbbVie Inc.’s Humira (adalimumab), includes indications for inflammatory bowel disease.
Ask the Experts: ROME IV
July 13, 2016A lot has changed in 10 years in the diagnosis and management of functional GI disorders. ROME IV authors are available to answer your questions.
Paths to GI Research in the Wild West: Tales From Wyoming
July 12, 2016In the latest CMGH Paths and Places column, GI investigators from Wyoming share experiences that are far removed from the standard scientist-in-an-academic-medical-center setting.
Applications Open: 2017 AGA Women’s Leadership Conference
July 11, 2016Apply by Sept. 1 to participate in the premier leadership development event for female gastroenterologists.