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MR. FRIEDMAN (i) is a medical
student, department of otolaryngology–
head and neck surgery, Rutgers New
Jersey Medical School, Newark.
DR. HOY T (j) is Executive
Director of the ACS.
DR. KALYOUSSEF (k) is assistant
professor and otolaryngology residency
program director, department of
otolaryngology–head and neck surgery,
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School.
DR. KATZ (l) is chief, pancreatic surgery
service, and associate professor of
surgical oncology, University of Texas
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston.
He is Chair, ACS CRP Cancer Care
Standards Development Committee.
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DR. KO (m) is Director, ACS Division of
Research and Optimal Patient Care, and
ACS National Surgical Quality Improvement
Program (ACS NSQIP®). He is professor of
surgery and health services at the University
of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Schools
of Medicine and Public Health, and
Principal Investigator, CQGS Project.
DR. LIEPERT (n) is an acute care surgeon
and assistant professor of surgery,
University of Wisconsin, Madison.
DR. MICHELASSI (o) is Lewis Atterbury
Stimson Professor and Chairman of
Surgery, surgeon-in-chief, department
of surgery, New York-Presbyterian
Hospital Weill Cornell Medicine. He is a
member of the ACS Board of Regents.
MS. NAGLE (p) is an independent consultant,
Chicago, IL. She assists the ACS with CPT
coding education and health data analyses.
DR. PELLEGRINI (q) is chief medical
officer, U W Medicine, and vice-president for
medical affairs, University of Washington,
Seattle. He is a Past-President of the ACS.
MS. PELTZMAN (r) is Quality
Associate, ACS Division of Advocacy
and Health Policy, Washington, DC.