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AGS FIT Webinar: Defining Emotional Intelligence and its Importance in Leadership Development

Summer Leadership Webinar Series for AGS Fellows in Training: Defining Emotional Intelligence and its Importance in Leadership Development

This AGS/ADGAP webinar is the second in a series of Leadership webinars for current fellows, “Defining Emotional Intelligence and its Importance in Leadership Development.” This online program, led Mary Amory, MBA, and Dr. Lynn Flint, is free to AGS and ADGAP members.

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AGS Fellows in Training Webinar: Leadership Basics: Situations and Styles of Leadership

Summer Leadership Webinar Series for AGS Fellows in Training: Leadership Basics: Situations and Styles of Leadership

The AGS/ADGAP webinar is the first of a series of Leadership webinars for current fellows, "Situations and Styles of Leadership." This online program, led by Helen Fernandez, MD and Greg Paulson, MD, is free to AGS and ADGAP members.

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AGS20 Plenary Session: Preventing Serious Fall Injuries: Primary Findings from the STRIDE Study

AGS20 Plenary Session: Preventing Serious Fall Injuries: Primary Findings from the STRIDE Study

The Strategies to Reduce Injuries and Develop Confidence in Elders (STRIDE) Study findings are presented. The aim of STRIDE is to evaluate the effectiveness of evidence-based strategies to reduce serious fall-related injuries by implementing individually tailored interventions to prevent fall-related injuries.

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Succeeding in Aging Research During the Pandemic: a Webinar for Research Fellows and Junior Faculty

Succeeding in Aging Research During the Pandemic: a Webinar for Research Fellows and Junior Faculty

Organized by the AGS Junior Faculty Special Interest Group, this webinar discussed navigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on research, funding, finding a job, hiring staff, and general productivity. Moderators addressed pressing questions from junior faculty and how to navigate conducting research during the pandemic.

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AGS20 Plenary Paper Session: Medication Management

AGS20 Plenary Paper Session: Medication Management

This webinar provided the AGS 2020 Plenary Paper Session on Medication Management. Sponsored by the AGS Research Committee, this session presents the top three 2020 research abstracts based on score, quality, originality, and methodology

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Resource Allocation Strategies and Age-Related Considerations in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

Resource Allocation Strategies and Age-Related Considerations in the COVID-19 Era and Beyond

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed unprecedented pressure on health care, raising the pressing question of how society should allocate scarce resources during a crisis.

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COVID-19 and Financial Relief for Clinicians

COVID-19 and Financial Relief for Clinicians

This webinar, recorded on April 23, 2020, covers financial programs and provisions for clinicians related to COVID-19. The webinar is presented by AGS consultants with the firm of Arnold & Porter, with expertise in health care, tax, and finance

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COVID-19 and Updates to Telehealth

COVID-19 and Updates to Telehealth

The American Geriatrics Society hosted a webinar in April 2020 presented by AGS' CPT Advisor and coding expert Dr. Robert Zorowitz, covering updates to Medicare coverage and payment for telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar reviews major changes impacting geriatrics healthcare professionals as of April 7, 2020.

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Coding Changes for 2020

Coding Changes for 2020

The 2020 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Rule, which took effect on January 1, includes a number of new and revised billing codes of interest for geriatrics health professionals. Some of these codes are available for payment under Medicare for the first time and clinicians who would like to bill them will need to understand the various requirements

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AGS Annual Meeting 2018: How to Write a Research Abstract that Will Be Accepted for Presentation

AGS Annual Meeting 2018: How to Write a Research Abstract that Will Be Accepted for Presentation

In October 2017, the American Geriatrics Society hosted a webinar on preparing and writing abstracts for presentation at the AGS 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting. Led by Drs. Camille P. Vaughan (Abstract Selection Committee member) and Cathleen Colon-Emeric (Abstract Selection Committee member & Abstract Review Category Chair)...

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AGS-AGING Initiative Webinar: Decision Making for Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions

AGS-AGING Initiative Webinar: Decision Making for Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions

This webinar is based on the Multiple Chronic Condition Action Steps developed by the American Geriatrics Society. This presentation is based on actual encounters between patients and clinicians and is designed to model and teach the knowledge and skills needed to participate in this approach to decision-making and care.

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