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AANS

American Academy of Neurological Surgeons.
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The organization established ethics rules related to expert testimony about 18 years ago, said AANS attorney Russell Pelton, and those rules are now being proposed as a model for the American Medical Association (AMA).
Pelton acknowledged, however, that of the 20 experts accused of violations under the AANS rules, all but one had testified on behalf of plaintiffs.
AANS is not the only medical association scrutinizing expert testimony.
The New York delegation of the AMA has passed a resolution urging the national organization to use the AANS rules as a model code of ethics for medical societies.
The AANS and CNS stand firm that dismantling our current structure or creating a huge government bureaucracy is not necessary to achieve meaningful healthcare reform.
Furthermore, AANS and CNS leaders are disappointed in the process leading to the development of this bill.
Using our technology and expertise in partnership with the AANS, Codman will provide surgeons with the NPH registry to enable a greater understanding of the disease and the effects of treatment," said Rich Gliklich, MD, CEO of Outcome.
Using Outcome's easy-to-use, reliable and scaleable data collection and reporting system, the registry will feature three standard case report forms designed jointly by Codman, Outcome and the AANS.
The AANS is dedicated to advancing the specialty of neurological surgery in order to provide the highest quality of neurosurgical care to the public.
Heary, MD, vice chairman of the AANS Public Relations Committee and Spine Universe physician liaison for the AANS.
Medem's partnership with the AANS is mutually beneficial to both the physician and the society, allowing surgeons to heighten their practices' exposure and build upon their existing patient base.
The AANS, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, is dedicated to excellence in neurosurgical education to advance patient care.