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Hyatt Regency
San Francisco
Luxury and location converge in perfect balance at Hyatt Regency San Francisco. The only Four-Diamond downtown San Francisco hotel situated right on the Embarcadero waterfront, our guests will enjoy immediate access to both the Financial District and the city's most famous attractions. 
5 Embarcadero Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94111 

(415) 788-1234  



Important Information from Palmetto Part B Medicare 

We are forwarding some information provided by Palmetto, your Medicare Part B carrier, regarding two programs; Comprehensive Error Rate Testing ( CERT) and Additional Development Request (ADR). We encourage your billing staff or company to review this information.
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Palmetto Announces Informational Meeting for Medicare Providers
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62nd Annual Convention "Seminars in Pathology" ~ December 2-5, 2009


The California Society of Pathologists is once again proud to present its annual educational program "California Seminars in Pathology" bringing a distinguished faculty from outstanding institutions throughout the country to the beautiful "City by the Bay". As in the past, the courses, tutorials and lectures represent a diversity of topics that are relevant and practical to practicing pathologists, while introducing important new concepts useful in day-to-day practice.

Join your pathology colleagues from California and all over the country for what promises to be an exceptional program to be held at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero near the waterfront of the City of San Francisco from December 2 - 5, 2009. I suggest you register early to take advantage of the microscope and video tutorials where space is limited. Don't miss what promises to be another interesting, informative, and useful meeting.

The 2009 meeting is designed to enhance your practice by providing seminars in ovarian neoplasms, neoplastic neuropathology, endocrine, bone marrow, and skin pathology, as well as current practical issues in molecular pathology and immunohistochemistry clinical topics. The Special Lecture will provide a current perspective on inflammatory bowel disease; and a clinical pathology lecture will discuss Critical Values.

Join us in San Francisco for the 2009 California Seminars in Pathology.