Resident Center
Journal of the AAOS
Orthopaedic Knowledge Online Journal
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery(A)
Annual Meeting
Video & Lectures
Patient Education
Resident Practice Management Lecture Series

From Residency to Practice!
Teach your residents knowledge of specific practice management related topics, and the attitudes, skills and approaches needed to achieve long term professional and personal success.

The Resident Practice Management Lecture Series (RPMLS) includes Systems-Based Practice content and additional topics that correspond with the core competency requirements established by ACGME:

A. Patient Care B. Medical Knowledge C. Practice-Based Learning and Improvement
D. Interpersonal and Communication Skills E. Professionalism F. Systems-Based Practice

The individual lectures below have been coded with a corresponding ACGME Core Competency Category.

Integrate lectures into your residency program curriculum:

  • Step 1: Schedule a "Practice Management Lecture Evening" with faculty and residents
  • Step 2: Select from one of the 24 programs below
  • Step 3: Ask a faculty member to serve as moderator
  • Step 4: View the program as a group and discuss to maximize learning

Residents have unlimited access to view the lectures again on their own. An online report provides the residency program with supporting documentation on individual participation.

Order Today!

An institutional subscription, based on the number of residents in the program, includes unlimited viewing of all current and new lectures added during the subscription period. Depending upon the number of residents, the cost per resident/per lecture can be as low as $1.25! Limited trial subscriptions are available.

A one-year subscription includes all 24 lectures.

Value Added Programs:
Subscribing Residency Programs also have access to the AAOS Webinar, "It's Not 'How to Find a Job!' - It's 'How to Find a Life!'"
Residents can also test their knowledge of practice management by taking a 20-item quiz. Correct response and references are included.
Lecture TitlePresenter(s)ACGME Category
Communication in Patient Safety Howard Epps, MD, Lecturer A
Effective Human Resources Management Steven E. Fisher, MBA, Lecturer E, D, F, Practice Mgmt
Ethical Considerations in Orthopaedic Surgery James D. Capozzi, MD, Lecturer E
NEW From Volume to Value: Preparing for Healthcare Reform Frederick N. Meyer, M.D., Lecturer F
How Reimbursement Works: A Practical Guide for Orthopaedic Surgeons Starting In Practice Karen Zupko, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Getting Paid Quickly: What You, The Surgeon, Need To Know, Do, Or Supervise Karen Zupko, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
ICD-10-CM: Its Impact on Orthopaedic Practices Margaret A. Skurka, MS, RHIA, CCS, FAHIMA, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Improving Efficiency in the Office Setting Dale A. Reigle, M.S., Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Income Distribution Formulas: The one we had - The one we have - AND The one we are going to change, too! Michael J. McCaslin, CPA, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Introduction to CPT and ICD-9 Coding Blair C. Filler, MD, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Medication Errors and Patient Safety Frank Gottschalk, MD, Lecturer C, A
NEW Orthopaedic Surgeons as Hospital Employees Melbourne D. Boynton, MD, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Pearls for Successful Transition from Training to Practice: The Orthopaedic Surgeon. Michael Q. Freehill, MD, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Recognizing the Signs and Symptoms of Stress, Fatigue, and Burnout: What Can We Do? Alan H. Rosenstein M.D., M.B.A., Lecturer E
RVUs: What They Are and Why They Matter Matthew Twetten, Lecturer E, Practice Mgmt
"Stark" Self-Referral Prohibitions - The Basics Gilbert F. Ganucheau, Jr. Esq., Lecturer E, Practice Mgmt
SUCCESS: It's Not Just About your Clinical Skills Douglas R. Turgeon, MD, Lecturer D, E, F
Surgical Site Infection and Patient Safety Andrew Urquhart, MD, Lecturer C, A
Teamwork in Orthopaedic Care - Knowledge and Skills to Enhance Patient Care Quality and Safety. John S. Webster, MD, MBA, Lecturer D, E, F
The Basic Science of Patient Safety Thomas R. Hunt III, MD, Lecturer D, F
Understanding Financial Statements, Part 1 William R. Creevy, MD, MS, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
Understanding Financial Statements, Part 2 William R. Creevy, MD, MS, Lecturer F, Practice Mgmt
What Patients Want David A. Halsey, MD, Lecturer D, E
Wrong Site Surgery and Patient Safety George Russell, MD, Lecturer C, F
Subscription Pricing
Residency Programs: # of Residents in Program Annual Subscription Fee
Up to 10 residents $275
11 - 20 residents $375
21 - 30 residents $475
More than 30 residents $575
Are You a Residency Program Director?

An annual subscription gives your residents ongoing access to the series. Your subscription gives your residents access to the 24 lectures and new lectures to be added each year.

View subscription pricing

Contact AAOS Customer Service to subscribe:
US and Canada: 800-626-6726

Orthopaedic Residents

If you are logged in and do not see links to view the lectures, confirm with your program director that your residency program has subscribed to the series.