May 01, 2024

ACEP's Extensive Work With Feds to End Non-Compete Clauses Pays Off

For years, ACEP has sounded the alarm on the detrimental impact of non-compete clauses on EPs that limit your right to freely practice medicine in your communities. In April, the FTC voted 3-2 to ban these clauses - a move ACEP strongly supports.

Using your powerful stories & our influence, ACEP has been consistently and repeatedly helping to ensure the FTC saw the impact of these predatory clauses.

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Committee Interest Application Deadline = May 15

Clinical Policy Draft: Thrombolytics - Comments Open Through June 10

Free Business of EM Courses for ACEP, EMRA Members

ACEP Reasserts Unwavering Support of EPs' Right to Act in Patients' Best Interests

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May 9, 2024

Congress Introduces ACEP-Developed Due Process Legislation

May 9, 2024

ACEP, NAEMT Celebrate 50 Years of Life-Saving Commitment with EMS Week Kick-Off

May 3, 2024

New State Legislative Dashboard Highlights Chapter Advocacy Activities

April 24, 2024

ACEP, Other Physicians Urge Supreme Court to Uphold EMTALA as Arguments Were Heard on Federal-State Conflict Over Emergency Abortions

April 23, 2024

Members Can Practice EM Freely as FTC Votes to Ban Non-Compete Clauses

April 19, 2024

New Virginia Law Requires Physician at All Hospital Emergency Departments

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Pressure Ulcers and Bunk Beds: Protecting Patient Safety During Times of ED Crowding and Boarding

5/20/2024 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Central time

Vector Borne Disease Resources for the Emergency Physician

5/30/2024 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Central time

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Being a SANE Medical Director but Were Afraid to Ask

6/6/2024 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Central time

ACEP24 Scientific Assembly

9/29/2024 - 10/2/2024

Las Vegas, Nevada


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