Industry Updates

Updated AVF Treatment Guidelines

The essential reference of all venous specialists has just been updated with the latest treatment techniques and most current evidence. See what’s new and read the top 10 guidelines.

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ACP Opposes Novitas' Draft LCD

The world of insurance is changing. The American College of Phlebology wants to ensure that scientific, evidence-based care doesn’t change also.

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MACRA and the Phlebology Practice

MACRA is the new standard payment model. The Sustainable Growth Rate program is out. It’s time to update your practice, and here’s how.

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Latest Articles About Industry Updates
New Data on Compression Therapy Leads to New Treatment

This article is based on research provided by North Carolina State University, School of Engineering. It was initially published in a well-respected engineering journal. An article on how these engineering principles could be applied to therapeutic treatment was published in September 2014.

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Venous, Venous & More Venous at VEITHsymposium

Fresh from the 41st VEITHsymposium, world class experts provided attendees with the newest developments in arterio-venous malformations, the treatment of pulmonary emboli, large vein occlusive disease and the treatment of varicose veins.

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Pulmonary Embolism: What's New at VEITH?

This article is one of four stories that highlights the venous components covered at the November 2014 VEITHsymposium. Here are the remaining three articles that highlight what was covered at the symposium: New Developments in Venous Disease Treatments Anterio-Venous Malformations Large Vein Oc ...

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Anterio-Venous Malformations: From VEITHsymposium

This article is one of four stories that highlights the venous components covered at the November 2014 VEITHsymposium. Here are the remaining three articles that highlight what was covered at the symposium: New Developments in Venous Disease Treatments Pulmonary Embolism: What's New at VEITH? L ...

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Large Vein Occlusion: From VEITHsymposium

This article is one of four stories that highlights the venous components covered at the November 2014 VEITHsymposium. Here are the remaining three articles that highlight what was covered at the symposium: New Developments in Venous Disease Treatments Pulmonary Embolism: What's New at VEITH? A ...

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The AVF/ACP Merger: A Thoughtful Treatise

Merging the American Venous Forum and the American College of Phlebology has been a long- standing thought with many in the venous disease industry for some time now—and for a good reason.

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Personal Statement About My Year as 8th President of the AVF and other thoughts

Dr. Robert Kistner takes time to reflect on his time as the American Venous Forum’s president and share his thoughts on what it takes for newer physicians to remain vital in the field.

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Training Gaps: How to Establish Comprehensive Training in Venous and Lymphatic Medicine

An update from the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine (ABVLM) on their three-step collaborative, multispecialty process to develop educational standards in VLM.

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Fighting Inertia: Merging the ACP and AVF into a Single Society

Merging the American Venous Forum and the American College of Phlebology has been a long- standing thought with many in the venous disease industry for some time now--and for a good reason.

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An Update on The Venography versus Intravascular Ultrasound for Diagnosing Illiofemoral Vein Occlusive Disease (VIDIO Study)

VIDIO is a multicenter study designed to compare multi-planar venography to intravascular ultrasound results. Read more.

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