Robinson Wins Best New Paper at Central Surgical Association
Bryce Robinson, MD, assistant professor of surgery, division of trauma and critical care, won the 2014 Best New Member Paper award at the Central Surgical Association Annual Meeting, held March 6-8 in Indianapolis.
Robinson’s paper was titled, "Cost Discrepancies for Common General Surgery Diagnoses in Ohio: Implication of Hospital Characteristics for Charge and Payment Differences.”
The UC Department of Surgery had four scientific presentations at the meeting as well as several faculty moderators.
"High Readmission Rates Following Surgery for Chronic Pancreatitis,” by AV Fisher, JM Sutton, GC Wilson, DJ Hanseman, DE Abbott, MT Smith, N Schmulewitz, KA Choe, J Wang, JJ Sussman, and SA Ahmad.
"Rising Incidence of NASH as an Indication for Liver Transplantation,” RC Quillin MD, GC Wilson MD, JM Sutton MD, DJ Hanseman PhD, F Paterno MD, MC Cuffy MD, IM Paquette MD, TS Diwan MD, ES Woodle MD, DE Abbott MD, SA Shah MD.
"Hospital Utilization and Consequences of Readmission After Liver Transplantation,” F Paterno MD, GC Wilson MD, K Wima MS, RC Quillin MD, DE Abbott MD, MC Cuffy MD, T Diwan MD, TE Kaiser PharmD, ES Woodle MD, SA Shah MD.
"Cost Discrepancies for Common General Surgery Diagnoses in Ohio: Implication of Hospital Characteristics for Charge and Payment Differences.” BR Robinson MD, TA Pritts MD PhD, DH Hanseman PhD, DE Abbott MD .
Additionally, professor of surgical oncology Elizabeth Shaughnessy, MD, PhD, and associate professor of vascular surgery Joseph Giglia, MD, served as case presentation panelists and associate professor of surgery Timothy Pritts, MD, PhD, moderated a scientific session.