ASGE offers courses on different topics to help you acquire and maintain the skills and knowledge necessary to advance your clinical knowledge, improve your practice, and meet both CME and MOC requirements.

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Lower EMR Retest

Where: Washington, DC
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This educational opportunity will help the coding and billing team stay up-to-date on the latest coding changes and throughout the year. The series will provide best practices in GI coding and billing to ensure proper application and diminish the common causes of claim rejection. ASGE's Practice Management Webinar Series will cover topics that will immediately help improve your practice's effectiveness in GI coding and billing, scope reprocessing, financial management, practice... Details
When: February 9 – December 7, 2021
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The importance of colonoscopy as the only test that can directly prevent colorectal cancer was reinforced recently with the release of the updated US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations. Attend the webinar to hear a summary of the recommendations, along with other important aspects of screening and the value of colonoscopy. The ASGE Value of Colonoscopy (VOC) task force has developed educational materials, informational videos and strategies to promote the value... Details
When: June 17, 2021
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Spend the weekend learning with ASGE Masters Virtually! Participate in the ASGE Masterclasses on Infection Control and/or Artificial Intelligence. Sign up for both events and SAVE! In addition to an in depth presentation, attendees will be able to participate in a live Q&A session, and will receive complimentary access to the recorded webinar within two weeks.

When: June 18–19, 2021
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This webinar will provide an overview of diagnosis and management of various diverticulum in the esophagus. Diverticula most frequently is related to a motility disorder, such as achalasia or esophageal scleroderma, which prevent the muscles of the esophagus from moving food properly into the stomach. Diagnosis of an esophageal diverticulum can often be done by fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES) and/or an esophagram/barium swallow. Various case studies and... Details
When: June 24, 2021
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The Lower GI EMR STAR Certificate Program is designed to specifically teach core knowledge and motor skills in lower EMR through case-based video sessions and intensive, standardized hands-on training. Immediately following the live components, all participants will complete a post-test, as well as a one-on-one assessment of a standardized checklist of skills. The Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those participants who meet the passing standard for both post-test and the... Details
When: June 26–27, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) are integral members of the gastroenterology clinical team in delivering high-quality and efficient care to patients. This two-day course provides education for GI APPs at all levels of practice and experience. Day one focuses on topics for APPs that are new or returning to GI to help them navigate their role in their respective practices. Day two explores more advanced concepts in GI endoscopy and case-based studies including pancreatic disease,... Details
When: July 16–17, 2021
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Endoscopic Suturing is an invaluable skill for a therapeutic endoscopist. It facilitates defect closure and stent fixation, and with advanced techniques opens the window to endobariatric procedures. Suturing is an instrumental tool that expands our armamentarium to provide solutions for the complex challenging clinical problems that we grapple with on a daily basis. For these reasons, a course of developing endoscopic suturing skills from the ASGE is vital for endoscopists.... Details
When: July 24–25, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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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 unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE Institute for... Details
When: July 30–31, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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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 unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE Institute for... Details
When: August 1–2, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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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 unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE Institute for... Details
When: August 6–7, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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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 unique hands-on training session using ex-vivo animal models at the ASGE Institute for... Details
When: August 8–9, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Join ASGE and your colleagues on August 14-15, 2021 for GI Outlook (GO) 2021 - The Leading Conference where gastroenterologists and their practice team come to learn together about current and emerging events affecting their practice-setting environment. Understand how best to maintain the financial solvency of your practice going forward, as a new era emerges on how best to operate your practice post-pandemic. Gain knowledge on how other practices are evolving with different... Details
When: August 14–15, 2021
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It is estimated that there are over 15,000 gastroenterologists and more than 2,000 individual GI groups in the United States today. At least 50% of GI providers are estimated to be employed by hospitals or other health care organizations. This course helps senior GI fellows consider the necessary questions as they enter the final chapters of their formal training: What do the different work environments look like? What opportunities and challenges do different job environments offer? ... Details
When: August 20–21, 2021
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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ASGE evidence-based guidelines are based on a comprehensive systematic review and rigorous methodology. Guideline panels consist of content experts, stakeholders from other specialties, patient representatives, and members of the ASGE Standards of Practice (SOP) Committee. Each recommendation is based on consideration of the best medical literature, the balance between risks and benefits, cost-effectiveness, patients' values, and equity. The ASGE guideline on the management of... Details
When: September 16, 2021