Resources

ASN Communities – A Unique Educational Asset

Members from over 180 countries continue to regularly engage in ASN Communities.  In just three years, there have been almost 140,000 unique logins to the Communities.  The educational value of Communities was recognized in 2019 by the Kidney Week program committee when they accepted a submission about the international and educational value of Communities.  Members helping and supporting each other dealing with complex clinical cases, educational challenges, policy initiatives and more have created an online educational asset that

New Insights and Directions for 2019 Annual Nephrology Fellow Survey

Graduating nephrologists perceived improvements in job markets close to their training institutes, and an increasing majority of nephrology fellows would recommend the specialty. These are two of the key insights from an analysis of the 2019 ASN Nephrology Fellow Survey responses released on October 28, 2019. The report, 2019 Nephrology Fellow Survey—Results and Insights, authored by principal investigator Stephen M.

KHI Technology Roadmap for Innovative Approaches to Kidney Replacement Therapies

With the aid of patients, care partners, and multiple academic, private, and public communities, the Kidney Health Initiative’s newly developed technology roadmap is catalyzing innovative approaches to kidney replacement therapy (KRT). The roadmap provides guidance for innovators and entrepreneurs who are working to redesign dialysis and provide better care for those with kidney disease.

New NephSAP Issue - "Chronic Kidney Disease and Progression"

NephSAP Volume 18, Number 4, September 2019

Chronic Kidney Disease and Progression

Interview with Dr. Michael Allon, editor-in-chief of Kidney360, on new ideas for the journal

allon-michael2_1.jpgKidney News Online (KNO) recently spoke with Michael Allon, MD, the inaugural Editor-in-Chief for the newest journal from the American Society of Nephrology, Kidney360. As the open access, online only journal began accepting manuscripts on October 1st, KNO wanted to learn more about the ideas behind the new journal.

 

Advancing Nephrology: Division Leaders Advise ASN

Asserting the value of nephrology

Physician productivity and compensation

Financial support of educational effort

Recruitment, retention, diversity and inclusion

Ensuring that Nephrology fellowship programs provide quality training in all aspects of kidney care

American Society of Transplantation issues statement on Tacrolimus shortage

According to the statement released by the American Society of Transplantation (AST):

ASN launches new initiative aiming to save lives of people suffering with acute kidney injury

Made possible by a grant from Baxter Healthcare Corporation, the effort called AKI!Now: Promoting Excellence in the Prevention and Treatment of Acute Kidney Injury, will aim to help people suffering from acute kidney injury (AKI).

First CMS Webinar on Kidney Care First (KCF) and Comprehensive Kidney Care Contracting (CKCC) models

CMS Webinar: Voluntary Kidney Models - Overview

Learn details of the four new voluntary kidney payment models this Thursday, August 15 from 12:30-1:30 p.m. EDT

Infographic: New payment models proposed by Advancing American Kidney Health Initiative Executive Order

The President’s Executive Order, issued in conjunction with the Advancing American Kidney Health Initiative, calls for new payment models for kidney physicians. Here’s a brief rundown of how the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation propose they would work.

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