Plastic Surgeons as Healthcare Leaders: Isn’t that Weird?

by Vik Reddy, MD That is the normal response I receive when I inform someone that I am the Medical Director of Quality at a 349-bed community hospital and also practice plastic surgery.  I do not take umbrage with the

Plastic Surgeons as Healthcare Leaders: Isn’t that Weird?

by Vik Reddy, MD That is the normal response I receive when I inform someone that I am the Medical Director of Quality at a 349-bed community hospital and also practice plastic surgery.  I do not take umbrage with the

Virtual Reality Aided Reconstruction

PRS Tech Blog by Jinesh Shah, BSc, Parisa Kamali, MD, Samuel Lin, MD, MBA Reconstructive surgery, especially for patients with breast cancer, is on the rise. This is partially attributed to the increased survival with breast cancer, nearly 80% at

Virtual Reality Aided Reconstruction

PRS Tech Blog by Jinesh Shah, BSc, Parisa Kamali, MD, Samuel Lin, MD, MBA Reconstructive surgery, especially for patients with breast cancer, is on the rise. This is partially attributed to the increased survival with breast cancer, nearly 80% at

Conquering Our Fears

by Anu Bajaj, MD A few months ago, Dr. Rohrich wrote an editorial about disconnecting from our cellular devices titled “So … Are You Failing the Marshmallow Test? Connecting and Disconnecting in Our Information-Rich World.” In this editorial, he advised

Conquering Our Fears

by Anu Bajaj, MD A few months ago, Dr. Rohrich wrote an editorial about disconnecting from our cellular devices titled “So … Are You Failing the Marshmallow Test? Connecting and Disconnecting in Our Information-Rich World.” In this editorial, he advised

How I Got My #PlasticSurgeon Father on Twitter

“Why would I want to join Twitter?” asked my father, David W. Furnas, emeritus professor with an inch-thick C.V.

How I Got My #PlasticSurgeon Father on Twitter

“Why would I want to join Twitter?” asked my father, David W. Furnas, emeritus professor with an inch-thick C.V.

CODING PERSPECTIVE: DECADE OF CONFLICT: FLAP COVERAGE OPTIONS AND OUTCOMES IN TRAUMATIC WAR-RELATED EXTREMITY RECONSTRUCTION

by Raymund Janevicius, MD Enjoy a free coding perspective from the March 2015 PRS article “A Decade of Conflict: Flap Coverage Options and Outcomes in Traumatic War-Related Extremity Reconstruction” CPT CODING PERSPECTIVE: 15734              Muscle, myocutaneous, or fasciocutaneous flap; trunk 15736             

CODING PERSPECTIVE: DECADE OF CONFLICT: FLAP COVERAGE OPTIONS AND OUTCOMES IN TRAUMATIC WAR-RELATED EXTREMITY RECONSTRUCTION

by Raymund Janevicius, MD Enjoy a free coding perspective from the March 2015 PRS article “A Decade of Conflict: Flap Coverage Options and Outcomes in Traumatic War-Related Extremity Reconstruction” CPT CODING PERSPECTIVE: 15734              Muscle, myocutaneous, or fasciocutaneous flap; trunk 15736             

Twitter for Plastic Surgeons who are Too Busy to Tweet

Dr. Olivier Branford’s Tech Talk Presentation at Plastic Surgery the Meeting on October 17, 2015 in Boston, MA. by Olivier A Branford MA, MBBS, PhD, MRCS, FRCS(Plast) @OlivierBranford & Patrick Mallucci MD, FRCS, FRCS(Plast). @PatrickMallucci The question is not do you have

Twitter for Plastic Surgeons who are Too Busy to Tweet

Dr. Olivier Branford’s Tech Talk Presentation at Plastic Surgery the Meeting on October 17, 2015 in Boston, MA. by Olivier A Branford MA, MBBS, PhD, MRCS, FRCS(Plast) @OlivierBranford & Patrick Mallucci MD, FRCS, FRCS(Plast). @PatrickMallucci The question is not do you have

CPT CODING: MICROSURGICAL SCALP RECONSTRUCTION IN THE ELDERLY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND POOLED ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT DATA

by Raymund Janevicius, MD Enjoy a free coding perspective from the March 2015 PRS article “Microsurgical Scalp Reconstruction in the Elderly: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis of the Current Data” CODING PERSPECTIVE: 15756              Free muscle or myocutaneous flap with

CPT CODING: MICROSURGICAL SCALP RECONSTRUCTION IN THE ELDERLY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND POOLED ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT DATA

by Raymund Janevicius, MD Enjoy a free coding perspective from the March 2015 PRS article “Microsurgical Scalp Reconstruction in the Elderly: A Systematic Review and Pooled Analysis of the Current Data” CODING PERSPECTIVE: 15756              Free muscle or myocutaneous flap with