Read and discuss slides on difficult cases in breast pathology with Dr. Shahla Masood during the FSP Summer Anatomic Pathology Conference, July 15-16, at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida. Review and discuss challenging patient case slides with the expert panel with Drs. Esnakula, Khalil, and Kryvenko during the interactive microscopy course. LEARN MORE & REGISTER HERE.
It's time to renew your FSP membership. Renew today to ensure continued membership benefits such as the Pathology Today newsletters, Professional Level CE Broker account, conference discounts, and more. As a reminder, FSP membership runs from May 1 to April 31 of the following year. When you renew, be sure to update your contact information and member profile. Click here to renew today.
Whether your institution is looking to fill a position or you are looking for a new opportunity, the FSP Career Corner is a place for members to discover new opportunities in pathology. Similar to the job board at FSP Conferences, the Career Corner allows members to post their CV and resume to be reviewed by potential employers. Visit the Career Corner today to see all it has to offer.
Another successful annual conference is in the books for FSP. This year's annual conference had record-breaking numbers with 260 attendees and 44 exhibitors. It was held on Feb. 17-19 at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Orlando. Attendees were pleased with the presentations from nationally-acclaimed faculty, the new digital poster hall, and the many opportunities for networking and socializing with their colleagues and peers. READ MORE
Don't miss out and attend the 2017 Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference starting this Friday, February 17, at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort. Hear from guest speaker John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS, during the Legislative Session and Business Meeting Luncheon on Saturday, about Getting Engaged in the Legislative Process and Health Issues Affecting Physicians during the Legislative Session. Attend and earn up to 12 hours of CME! REGISTER NOW.
The American Board of Pathology (ABP), Tampa, FL, announced the election of the officers and trustees for 2017, and thanks long serving trustees of the ABP for their contribution and service. Read the full announcement and bios of new trustees by clicking here.
The FSP Nominating Committee, chaired by Immediate Past President Brett Cantrell, M.D., recommends the following slate of candidates for Officers and At-Large Member Board positions for the 2017-2019 term. Click here to view the slate of recommendations. The membership will vote on this slate during the Annual Business Meeting to be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, in conjunction with the FSP 2017 Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Submit your poster by Wednesday, Jan. 11, to participate in the 2017 Resident Poster Competition during the Florida Society of Pathologists 2017 Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference, taking place Feb. 17-19 at the Disney's Grand Floridian. Residents, fellows, trainees and students who are resident members of the FSP and enrolled in a full time approved training program in pathology or sub-specialty of pathology in the state of Florida are welcome to participate. The three top posters will be awarded prizes. The first place winner will receive $500, the second place winner will win $250, and the third place winner will receive $150. View the guidelines and instructions here. Make sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to stay up to date.
From Aug. 31: If you are an anatomic pathologist, are you prepared to be paid more by Medicare starting on January 1, 2017? Do you and your pathology practice administrator know that, if you and your pathology group do nothing in 2017, Medicare could pay you significantly less in 2019 and the years beyond? Answer no to either question and you have money at risk. In 2017, Medicare introduces a new payment program called the Merit-based Incentive Performance System. This was authorized as part of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA), which was passed in 2015.
Attend the Florida Society of Pathologists 2017 Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference, February 17-19, at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and learn about gastritides, solid and cystic neoplasms, marginal zone lymphomas, and many other topics from the experts in the field. The newly added interactive microscopy course will give attendees the opportunity to hear case presentations, deliberate with colleagues in roundtable discussions and present their diagnosis to the panelists and commentators. The conference also offers extensive opportunities for attendees to network and interact. Register today to take advantage of the early bird rate.