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  • First Year Fellow (FYF) Courses

    First Year Fellows Take advantage of hands on training in our state of the art facility!  GI fellows who will begin the first year of their GI fellowship this July, 2019 are eligible to apply to attend our First Year Fellows Endoscopy Course for free by following the steps below: July 26-27, 2019 July 28-29, 2019 August 2-3, 2019 August 4-5, 2019 Beginning May 1st Apply for ASGE Traine…
  • Jul 26

    First Year Fellows Endoscopy Course July 26-27, 2019

    Dates: July 26 - 27, 2019
    ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a un…
  • Aug 04

    First Year Fellows Endoscopy Course August 4-5, 2019

    Dates: August 4 - 5, 2019
    ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a un…
  • Jul 28

    First Year Fellows Endoscopy Course July 28-29, 2019

    Dates: July 28 - 29, 2019
    ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a un…
  • Aug 02

    First Year Fellows Endoscopy Course August 2-3, 2019

    Dates: August 2 - 3, 2019
    ASGE is continuing its tradition of offering a comprehensive review of endoscopic technique and clinical management for fellows in their first year of a US-based GI fellowship. Upper and lower endoscopy and case-based endoscopic intervention form the basis of the curriculum. Foreign body management, diagnostic upper endoscopy, and advanced techniques will also be addressed. The program offers a un…
  • ASGE responds to proposed policy changes to Quality Payment Program for 2018 performance year

    Microsoft Word - ASGE 2018 QPP Letter Final 8.21.2017 3300 Woodcreek Drive Downers Grove, Illinois 60515 630-573-0600 / 630-963-8607 (fax) Email: info@asge.org Web site: www.asge.org August 21, 2017 Ms. Seema Verma Administrator Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Herbert H. Humphrey Building 200 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, DC 20201 RE:
  • Members-only content EndoScope Summary Year Review

    View All of: 2010 2009 2008 2007   2010 November More comfortable colonoscopy: insufflate air or infuse water? Higher resolution digital video-cholangioscopy Achalasia: risk and surveillance for esophageal cancer Real-time reporting of endoscopic complications: more than we thought?  October Should we worry about incomplete colonoscopy? How safe is glue injection for bleeding gastric …
  • Novel Motorized Spiral Enteroscopy: first clinical case

    Novel Motorized Spiral Enteroscopy: first clinical case
  • First In Vivo experience of Haemostatic Treatment with a New

    First In Vivo experience of Haemostatic Treatment with a New Therapeutic Laser System (with video)
  • CMS Approves GIQuIC as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry for the 2018 Reporting Year

    ASGE and ACG are pleased to announce that the GIQuIC Registry has been approved as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for reporting to the Merit‐based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) for the 2018 reporting year. Since 2010, GIQuIC has grown in value as a clinical benchmarking tool for gastroenterology practices, with more than 5.5 million colonoscopy cases and growing. The Centers for Medi…