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Dear Members
We have created a new way for you to update your contact information online to be imput into our database. Just click on the link below and fill out the form at your convenience. Then click submit and it is done. Thank you for using our new systems.

Andrea Donelan
Executive Director

Our Annual Meeting would not be
possible without the continued
support of our industry partners, who
understand the importance of this
scientific endeavor and so generously
give of themselves to help us
continue to grow both professionally and personally, and to provide quality time with our friends and family.

The New Jersey Chapter
wishes to thank our 2018 Sponsors
for their participation and support:

Meridian Health

The following certificates are required to practice medicine in New Jersey.

NJ State BME
Mr. William Roeder
Executive Director
P.O.Box 183
Trenton, NJ 08625-0183
(609) 826-7100

CDS Registration
Susan Gartland
Chief Drug Control
Department of L& P Safety
P.O. Box 45022,124 Halsey
Street, 7th Floor
Newark, NJ 07101
(973) 504-6545

County Clerk Registration Certificate
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requires that you register your
license with the County Clerk in
the County in which you reside.
Drug Enforcement Administration
80 Mulberry Street
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 273-5063
FAX: (973) 297-4842
(800) 882-9539

Mission The New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Surgeons consists of surgeons dedicated to advancing the highest standards of excellence in patient care, through the education of health professionals and the public, and by supporting research and surgical training programs in the state. It advocates at the state and national levels on behalf of surgeons and their patients.
The Chapter sees itself as an authoritative source of information, for surgeons and others, on surgical treatment of disease. It promotes excellence in patient care by providing a forum for professional education and exchange of ideas, and serves as a reliable source of guidance for the public. It facilitates basic and clinical research and supports excellence in training for the future surgeons of New Jersey. It also sees itself as providing a cohesive voice for many surgical specialties in societal and governmental issues related to the practice of surgery in New Jersey and in the nation, by actively engaging in dialogue with state and national political leaders, in the context of initiatives from the American College of Surgeons national office.

Preventing Gun Violence In New Jersey: A Call To Action
April 23,2019
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Nizar N. Oweida, MD, FACS, Scholarship
The ACS is accepting submissions for the 2019 Nizar N. Oweida, MD, FACS, Scholarship and encourages you to apply. Requirements for this award are posted online,(Click Here To Access)questions and completed applications should be directed to the ACS Scholarships Administrator at scholarships@facs.org or 312-202-5281
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Gerald B. Healy, MD, FACS, Traveling Mentorship Fellowship
The Gerald B. Healy, MD, FACS, Traveling Mentorship Fellowship is intended to help young surgeons develop new ideas, innovative approaches, and well-informed attitudes about safety, quality, and professionalism through one or more visits to successful mentors( Click Here To Access)
questions and completed applications should be directed to the ACS Scholarships Administrator at scholarships@facs.org or 312-202-5281
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2019 Socio-Economic Meeting

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019 The Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel & Conference Center

515 Route One South, Iselin, NJ


The American College of Surgeons (ACS) is pleased to offer again this year a limited number of scholarships to Resident members of the ACS who are interested in attending the upcoming Leadership & Advocacy Summit, March 30–April 2, 2019, at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, DC. The eighth annual Summit is a dual meeting that offers volunteer leaders and advocates specialized educational sessions focused on effective surgeon leadership, interactive advocacy training and coordinated visits to Congressional offices.

We hope that you will share this information with your Resident members. Details on how to apply can be found at the following link Summit Resident Travel Awards
The deadline to apply is Friday, January 11, 2019.

Full Article Click Here
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Governor Murphy signed a major employer mandate, the “earned sick leave” law (A1827), on May 1, 2018. The New Jersey “earned sick leave” law, which takes effect in six months (October 29th), requires employers to provide earned sick leave to employees in the State. It provides that an employee accrues one hour of earned sick leave for every 30 hours worked and requires an employer to pay for earned sick leave at the same rate of pay, and with the same benefits, as the employee normally earns. The maximum earned leave required is 40 hours a year, which equals 5 days a year for most full time employees. The employer is not required to permit the employee to accrue or use in any benefit year, or carry forward from one year to the next, more than 40 hours of earned sick leave. There is no exemption for small businesses and no distinction of full or part time employees, but there is an exemption for per diem health care workers.

All attendees of this year’s Clinical Congress are encouraged to participate in Operation Sock Drop to benefit Boston’s homeless. For those experiencing homelessness, clean, warm socks are a luxury. This year, ACS is asking you to help us support the Friends of Boston’s Homeless by bringing one pair of cotton or wool socks to donate during the meeting
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The following was received from our lobbyist, Rick Wright, MBI Gluck Shaw.

“The Out of Network Law that Governor Murphy signed into law earlier this summer takes effect on September 1, 2018. As you are aware, members of the Access to Care Coalition, including the American College of Surgeons, have participated in meetings this summer with the following entities in NJ State Government who are charged with the development and promulgation of regulations for the new OON Law. These government entities are as follows: NJ Department of Law & Public Safety, Division of Law, Department of Banking & Insurance and the State Board of Medical Examiners.
Click Here For complete Letter
Saturday December 1, 2018
New Jersey Chapter, ACS
67th Annual
Clinical Symposium
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
515 Route One South, Iselin, NJ
A one-day scientific clinical session addressing several diverse surgical specialties CME application in process
Professor, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery & Director, NYU Langone Lung Cancer Center
Meeting Flyer

Clinical Congress 2018 Call for Abstracts: Late-Breaking Clinical Trials

We invite you to submit your scientific research from prospective clinical trials to be considered for a dedicated scientific forum session at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress 2018, October 21–25 in Boston, MA. This new session is designed to highlight practice-changing clinical research relevant to the surgeon. The research must be original or previously presented within the past six months and of sufficient scientific and practice importance to be considered for this session.

The submission site is open now and will close at 11:59 pm (CDT) August 1. Notification of acceptance will be sent September 1.

June 5, 2018
Dear Doctors:

On Friday, June 1, Governor Murphy signed A-2039, the “Out-of-Network” bill into law. While the legislation has seen many iterations over the ten years it was debated, the final iteration includes three key elements:

Letter Topics

  • Transparency
  • Balance Billing Requirements
  • “Surprise Billing” Protections and Arbitration

The American College of Surgeons announces the following research awards for U.S. and Canadian members:

George H.A. Clowes, Jr., MD, FACS Memorial Research Career Development Award

Five-year scholarship providing $45,000 per year in support of the research of a promising young general surgeon-scholar. K08 or K23 NIH track candidates preferred.
Application deadline August 1, 2018; for Fellows or Associate Fellows in General Surgery.

Resident Research Scholarships

Two-year research scholarships providing $30,000 per year to encourage residents to pursue careers in academic surgery.
Application deadline September 14, 2018; for Resident Members.

Faculty Research Fellowships

Two-year fellowships awarding $40,000 per year in support of young surgeons entering academic careers in surgery.
Application deadline November 15, 2018; for Fellows or Associate Fellows.

The College would appreciate it if you would make this information available to those who may be interested and eligible to apply by forwarding this email to suitable candidates and by displaying a copy of the requirements on your departmental bulletin board.

These and other program requirements can also be viewed and printed from the College’s Scholarships Web page, located at https://www.facs.org/member-services/scholarships.

Please contact 312-202-5281 or E-Mail link with questions.

Date: April 3, 2018

To: NJ, ACS Members

From: Justin Sambol. MD,FACS, President
Richard Wright, MBI Gluck Shaw (Chapter Lobbyist)

Re: A-2039/S-485 “Out of Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment & Accountability Act” Update

Yesterday, Thursday, April 12th, both houses of the Legislature passed A-2039/S-485, known as the “Out of Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment & Accountability Act”. The legislation, which was opposed by the American College of Surgeons, New Jersey Chapter and 20 additional members of the Access to Care Coalition, passed by a simple majority of votes in the Senate and a wider margin the Assembly. The Senate vote was 21-13 and the Assembly vote was 48-21. No Republican Legislator in either house voted in favor of either bill. The floor votes from yesterday’s Senate and Assembly voting session are below.
With the passage of this legislation, Governor Phil Murphy has 45 days as of yesterday to take action on A-2039/S-485. If the house of origin, in this case it’s the General Assembly, does not have a Quorum Call on the 45th day, the Governor has until the house of origin has its next meeting after 45 days. The Governor has 3 options with regard to this legislation, he can sign it, Conditionally Veto (CV) it and send it back to the Legislature with recommended changes or give the bill an Absolute Veto (AV) in which the bill is dead unless the Governor is overridden by both houses of the Legislature by a 2/3rds Majority, or 54 votes in the Assembly or 27 votes in the Senate. The most likely scenario is that the Governor will either sign or CV this legislation.
Lobbyists representing the Access to Care Coalition, including MBI-GluckShaw, will meet with members of the Governor’s Office, Office of the Chief Counsel, on Wednesday, April 18th at 1 pm next week to discuss the attached legal opinion which we believe renders part of A-2039/S-485 unconstitutional and to request Governor Murphy CV the bill by installing our suggested amendments in his CV message and send the bills back to the Legislature for reconsideration, which would allow the medical community in NJ to support A-2039/S-485.
The concepts/amendments, not in any order of prioritiy, that we will discuss with Counsel’s Office on April 18th are as follows:

Remove ERISA opt-in
Add Non-severability clause
Add transparency and disclosure requirements for employers offering self-funded plans
Amend inadvertent definition
Amend arbitration to use current DOBI arbitration
Remove penalties
Remove prohibition for waiver of copay/coinsurance


As a result of aggressive and persistent ACS legislative and regulatory advocacy, on Wednesday CMS released a drastically improved policy on the collection of data that will eventually be used to revalue global codes. This new policy stands in stark contrast to a completely unworkable plan originally proposed by CMS in July. This dramatic shift by CMS is another example of strong legislative and regulatory advocacy work by the American College of Surgeons. For more details on this policy announcement by CMS, please click below.

Courtesy of American College of Surgeons
Remove ERISA opt-in


The Out-of-Network legislation is scheduled for a VOTE in the Senate, Thursday, April 12th. Please contact the following Senators to seek their opposition to S485.

  • Senator Richard Codey:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 973-535-5017
  • Senator Ronald Rice:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 973-371-5665
  • Senator Nia Gill:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 973-509-0388
  • Senator Nicholas Scutari:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 908-587-0404
  • Senator Stephen Sacco:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 201-295-0200
  • Senator Brian Stack:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 201-721-5263
  • Senator Vin Gopal:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp732-695-3371
  • Senator Shirley Turner:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp609-323-7239
  • Senator Joseph Lagana:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 201-576-9199
  • Senator Nellie Pou:&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp 973-247-1555


New Jersey physicians ask that you please OPPOSE A2039/S485 “Out-of-network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act.”

There is NO guarantee or mandate that A2039/S485 will reduce premiums or result in healthcare savings for payers or patients as testified to by the New Jersey Association of Health Plans.

The Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee has determined that there are NO state budget savings that will result from passage of A2039/S485.

A2039/S485 WILL exacerbate New Jersey’s already critical shortage of physicians, particularly specialists like Emergency Room Physicians jeopardizing the health of patients.

Physicians and hospitals are severely LIMITED in their ability to assist patients will medical bills by language in A2039/S485 that actually penalizes them for waiving co-pays and deductibles.

There is a better way:
·S791 (Sarlo) “Requires certain disclosures regarding health care costs; allows SHBP to negotiate directly with providers in certain circumstances; and establishes certain out-of-network patient protections.” was released UNANIMOUSLY by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and will END Surprise Billing and PROTECT patients.

Andrea Donelan
Executive Director
New Jersey Chapter, American College of Surgeons

ABS Reverses
Course on Certification Requirement
Original Expiration Dates Will Be Honored;
New Certification Process Explained

The initial rollout of the new assessment plan for the American Board of Surgery’s Continuous Certification Program

Click Here For The Must Read Full Article
Stand UP for Practice & Profession!
Tell Your Senator
VOTE “NO” ON S-485!

The Senate Commerce and Budget Committees will both be voting on S-485, the so-called “Out of Network” bill this Thursday, April 5. We need your help TODAY to stop this harmful, pro-insurance legislation.

Find your Senator by visiting www.njleg.org

Call, write, fax, or email your Senators and tell them to VOTE “NO” on S-485! Tell them:

New Jersey is already a hard place to practice

Between increasing practice costs and decreasing reimbursements, New Jersey is already a difficult practice environment. S-485 will only exacerbate this problem by giving insurance companies even more leverage to continue their unfair treatment of physicians.

Huge Insurance Companies already treat Physicians Unfairly

Through decades of unchecked consolidation, a handful of insurance companies now dominate New Jersey ’s healthcare marketplace. These giant companies use their incredible power to force physicians into unfair in-network contracts, and now they are trying to make things even worse by making it impossible to practice Out-of-Network.

S-485 Will Only Help Insurance Companies, NOT PATIENTS

The Insurance Companies themselves have already testified that S-485 will not lower premiums for consumers. All S-485 will do is increase profits for fat cat insurance companies while hurting doctors and patients!

Please be sure to let us know who you’ve contacted, and if you’ve received any response. Thank you for standing up for your profession!

Andrea Donelan
Executive Director
New Jersey Chapter, American College of Surgeons
36 Elm Street, Suite 5
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 539-4000

Protect Your Medicare Payments
Register Now – ACS General Surgery and Trauma Coding Workshop in New York City

With Medicare and third-party payor policy and AMA CPT coding changes taking effect in 2018, it is imperative that surgeons and their practice coding and billing team have accurate and up-to-date information to protect reimbursement and optimize efficiency.

Register now for the American College of Surgeons Coding Workshop to be held on May 17-19, 2018 in New York, NY. This workshop includes a third day devoted to trauma and critical care coding.

Participants in this coding workshop will not only learn how to correctly report surgical procedures and medical services, but will also have access to the tools necessary to succeed, including coding workbooks to keep for future reference that include exercises, checklists, resource guides, templates, and examples. Physicians receive up to 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each day of participation. In addition, each day of the workshop meets AAPC guidelines for 6.5 continuing education units.

For more information about the 2018 ACS coding workshops, please visit the ACS website
or e-mail practicemanagement@facs.org

ACS Health Policy Issues for 2018

There has been a great deal of interest in the health policy challenges facing surgeons and surgical patients every day. To this end, we wanted to provide you with a brief update following two recent meetings – the ACS Health Policy and Advocacy Group (HPAG) and the ACS Board of Regents. Both groups held discussions about more than 40 key health policy issues facing surgeons. Below are some of the issues upon which College leaders chose to place heavy emphasis. Full Article Here

E/M Documentation Guidelines

Primary Care Physician Payment Increases

Dear New Jersey Surgeons,

The “Out of Network” bill, A.2039/S.485, is scheduled to be in the Senate Commerce Committee and Assembly Financial Institutions and Insurance Committees next Monday March 5th and is expected to be voted out of the Committees. Take action now to oppose the legislation.

The legislation is a flawed attempt to address the out of network issue but instead would take your bargaining power away when contracting with insurance companies.

Please contact your legislators using the action center and urge them to oppose this legislation. Click here to send an email to your lawmakers now.

Thank you for your advocacy!

Justin T. Sambol, MD, FACS

Protect Your Medicare Payments

Register Now to Attend 2018 ACS General Surgery Coding Workshop

With Medicare and third-party payor policy and American Medical Association (AMA) Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding changes taking effect in 2018, it is imperative that surgeons and their practice coding and billing team have accurate and up-to-date information to protect reimbursement and optimize efficiency. To help surgeons succeed, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) has scheduled several general surgery coding workshops in 2018.
Participants in a coding workshop will not only learn how to correctly report surgical procedures and medical services, but will also have access to the tools necessary to succeed, including a coding workbook to keep for future reference that includes exercises, checklists, resource guides, templates, and examples. Physicians receive up to 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each day of participation. In addition, each day of the workshop meets AAPC guidelines for 6.5 continuing education units.

Register Today
The remaining ACS coding workshops in 2018 are listed below:

  • Orlando, FL, February 22–23
  • Chicago, IL, April 12–13
  • New York, NY, May 17–19*
  • Nashville, TN, August 9–10
  • Chicago, IL, November 1–3*

For more information about the 2018 ACS coding workshops,please visit the ACS Websiteor e-mail practicemanagement@facs.org

You recently participated in the educational activity 2017 Annual Clinical Symposium. In accordance with ACCME Accreditation Criteria, ACS is required to conduct a post-activity survey in order to gauge the effectiveness of our educational interventions.

The American College of Surgeons is interested in determining how your practice has changed (competence, performance, or patient outcomes) as a result of attending the meeting. Your response will assist us in measuring current practice gaps which will be used for future educational activities.

We would appreciate it if you would please respond by March 1, 2018.
Thank you for your time.
Questions, please call (973) 539-4000 or njsurgeons@aol.com

Don’t forget to submit your abstracts and videos for consideration by March 1!

The Call for Abstracts and Videos for Clinical Congress 2018, October 21–25 in Boston, MA, is open. Submit abstracts for the Owen H. Wangensteen Scientific Forum or videos for the Video-Based Education Sessions using the link below.

The last day to submit abstracts and videos is Thursday, March 1 at 5:00 pm (CST).

Important: Postponement of new AmeriHealth New Jersey policy regarding CPT® consultation codes

Posted December 28, 2017
Please be advised that AmeriHealth New Jersey will postpone the implementation of Claim Payment Policy #00.01.64: Consultation Codes, which outlines our reimbursement position on Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) consultation codes.

We previously communicated that this Claim Payment Policy would go into effect January 1, 2018, which would have aligned with reimbursement standards on certain CPT consultation codes set by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. However, the implementation of this policy will be postponed, and the Notification has been removed from our Medical Policy Portal .

Once the new implementation date is determined, we will post a new Notification on our Medical Policy Portal We will also communicate this information in a future Partners in Health UpdateSM article.

If you have any questions, email us at E-Mail link.
Be sure to include your name, contact number, and provider ID number in your email.

CPT Copyright 2016 American Medical Association. All rights reserved.
CPT® is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association.


CMS Creates Data Submission System for Quality Payment Program

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a (new data submission web page, click to visit) new data submission system for providers who participate in the Quality Payment Program (QPP). The QPP is composed of two tracks, but in the early years, most providers will participate via the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). Providers can now submit all of their 2017 MIPS data through this submission system.
Full Article Here

2018 Socio-Economic Meeting
The Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel & Conference Center
515 Route One South, Iselin, NJ

“How to Protect and Defend Yourself Against Malpractice.”
Click Here for Brochure and Registration Form

2017 ACS Clinical Congress
Governor’s Report – Michael A Goldfarb
New Jersey Governor
Click Here For Report

American College of Surgeons
Division of Advocacy and Health Policy

Protect Your Medicare Payments
Register Now to Attend 2018 ACS General Surgery Coding Workshop

With Medicare and third-party payor policy and coding changes taking effect in 2018, it is imperative that surgeons have accurate and up-to-date information to protect Medicare reimbursements and optimize efficiency. To help surgeons succeed, the American College of Surgeons (ACS) will hold 7 general surgery and 3 trauma and critical care coding workshops in 2018. The American Medical Association (AMA) Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes for general surgery are updated every year, making it essential that health care teams attend an ACS coding course. The first two-day general surgery workshop will take place January 25-26 in Southlake, TX (nine miles from the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport)

For more information about the 2018 ACS coding workshops, e-mail:

The American Board of Surgery (ABS) updated their requirements for the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program. According to the Board, the changes are intended to offer surgeons greater flexibility and more practice-relevant options for continuing their certificate, to support them in their goal of lifelong learning and high-quality patient care Highlights of the updates include:
Full Article Click Here


Your help is needed to understand the impact of a new Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) policy that requires the reporting of postoperative facility and office visits provided to Medicare patients during the global surgical period. Please answer this short 6-question survey even if you are not aware of this policy:

(scroll down the page to answer the 6 questions, thank you for your help)

Starting July 1, 2017, CMS requires that surgeons in groups (including physicians and NPPs) of 10 or more in Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, and Rhode Island report CPT code 99024 for each postoperative visit that they provide related to selected high volume 10- and 90-day global services. If CMS is unable to collect accurate and complete data, then reimbursements for 10- and 90-day global services could be negatively affected in the future.

This survey will take less than 5 minutes and will provide the ACS Division of Advocacy and Health Policy with data needed to protect reimbursement for global codes in the future.

David B. Hoyt, MD, FACS
Executive Director
New Jersey Chapter, ACS


6:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.



The ACS Clinical Congress features outstanding education and training opportunities at the premier annual surgical meeting for surgeons, surgery residents, medical students, and members of surgical teams. The hallmarks of the Clinical Congress are a broad range of outstanding hands-on and didactic learning opportunities and timely discourse on the most relevant surgical practices and research, along with unparalleled access to peers.

Click for More Information on the 2017 Clinical Congress
Click to Register The SSR has been approved by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to provide
Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) Quality participation through registry-based reporting for the 2017 program year.

The following MIPS components and options are available in the SSR:

  • Quality component
    &nbsp General Surgery Specialty Measures Set reporting option (MIPS-Qualified Registry)
    &nbsp ACS Surgical Phases of Care Measures Set (MIPS-Qualified Clinical Data Registry)
  • Improvement Activities (IA) component

The General Surgery Specialty Measures Set and Improvement Activities are currently available in SSR, and the Surgical Phases of Care Measures Set will be available in the coming weeks.

The SSR team is hosting several educational webinars on how to use the SSR to participate in MIPS 2017 starting the week of September 18. The full schedule of webinar sessions can be found on the webinar registration page. A recorded presentation and other educational resources are available on the SSR MIPS Resources and Education page for those who are unable to attend a webinar.

Additionally, you can visit informational pages on using the SSR for MIPS and visit the ACS Division of Advocacy and Health Policy’s Quality Payment Program (QPP) Resource Center.

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