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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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: February 9–10, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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During this presentation Aasma Shaukat, MD, FASGE will present on assembling an adenoma detection rate (ADR) improvement toolkit for your practice. The idea of an ADR toolkit is to improve ADR in screening colonoscopies and should not be seen as a disciplinary tool. We must always strive to better ourselves and our peers for every patient, every time. While a toolkit is particularly helpful addressing providers not meeting the ADR benchmarks of 30% male and 20%, even if you are... Details
When: February 21, 2019
Where: Webinar
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Following this webinar you should be able to do the following: List strategies to diagnosis large bile duct stones Identify conditions that promote difficult bile duct stones Discuss various executions in the management of large bile ducts (examples include: stent therapy, adjunctive biliary balloon sphincteroplasty, mechanical lithotripsy and direct cholangioscopy to facilitate electrohydrolic or laser lithotripsy). In addition to an in depth presentation, attendees will be... Details
When: February 28, 2019
Where: Webinar
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Geared toward emerging and established GI endoscopy unit leaders, this course will focus on leader's roles and responsibilities to align teamwork around clinical and operational issues. Gain the essentials needed to become effective leaders, and to run an efficient, high-quality, and profitable GI unit.

When: March 2, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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This one-hour webinar will provide your practice with a current look into the top coding issues impacting gastroenterology and the tips and solutions for economic survival. Accurate documentation, validation of medical necessity and clean claims are the key to success. Excellent resource for physicians/providers, managers, coders, schedulers, preauthorization/utilization review coordinators, and clinical staff members. ... Details
When: March 5, 2019
Where: Webinar
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Join Philip O. Katz, MD and Sachin B. Wani, MD, FASGE, as they discuss the basic tenents of "high value" endoscopy in patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and Barrett's esophagus and provide a detailed approach to the diagnosis and management of GERD with a focus on patients with refractory GERD. These experts will also provide recommendations regarding management of difficult to treat esphageal strictures and provide a comprehensive approach to several controversies ... Details
When: March 8, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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This ASGE Masterclass will offer participants the unique opportunity to spend a full day engaging in depth with renowned colonoscopy expert Douglas K. Rex, MD, FASGE as he presents a comprehensive didactic course on the performance of modern high-level colonoscopy. An extensive array of advanced clinical tips will be discussed.

When: March 9, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Most industry representatives can bring important modern technologies and designs to the attention of the GI community but knowledgeable representatives who truly understand the needs and concerns of the GI community, bring more value and insights. That is the very purpose of ARIA, to educate and train industry representatives to be valuable assets to the gastroenterology team, optimizing patient care. The ARIA Program is organized and conducted with an integrated medical school... Details
When: March 25, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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ASGE has developed this course to educate physician and non-physician unit staff on how to translate quality concepts into practice at their endoscopy unit. The content of the course is dynamic, addressing the fundamentals of quality and safe practice as well as emerging trends and evidence. Topics include: defining and measuring quality in endoscopy, recommendations for improving the quality in endoscopy units, a review of ASGE and CDC quality-related guidelines, and reprocessing.... Details
When: May 4, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from masters of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) and Per-oral Endoscopic Myotomy (POEM.) The American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE) and the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society (JGES) invite you to participate in this one-of-a-kind immersion course in ESD, taught by highly experienced experts in the... Details
When: July 20–22, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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The Suturing STAR Certificate Program will provide standardized, evidence-based education, training and assessment in suturing through a unique blend of self-study, didactic, and intensive, standardized hands-on training taught by nationally known experts in the field.  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. Enrollees will be invited to bring one tech or nurse to... Details
When: September 7–8, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL
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After this webinar you should be able to: To learn which diagnostics tests are most helpful in the evaluation of dysphagia and how to implement these tools in an efficient care model. To understand how to classify esophageal motor disorders to inform treatment. To learn how to personalize interventions for achalasia and other esophageal motor abnormalities. In addition to an in depth presentation, attendees will be able to participate in a Q&A session. The recorded session is... Details
When: September 12, 2019
Where: Webinar
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The EMR Upper STAR Certificate Program is designed to specifically teach core knowledge and motor skills in Upper 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: October 5–6, 2019
Where: Downers Grove, IL