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Registrants should select one Course from each of the three Breakout Sessions listed in the following table:
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Sharon Ostalecki, PhD. will be a featured speaker at the Michigan Health & Rehab Conference, Thursday, April 22, 2010.
The presentation will focus on the global impact of Fibromyalgia; identifying the diagnosis and management of Fibromyalgia.
The conference is sponsored by Wright & Filippis & Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Registration information contained within.

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Michigan Health & Rehab Conference

  1. 1. Michigan Health & Rehab C O N F E R E N C E THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2010 BEST WESTERN STERLING INN, 34911 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights WHO SHOULD ATTEND? • Nurses • Case Managers • Disability Specialists • Rehabilitation Counselors JOIN US FOR • Physical Therapists • Attorneys A dynamic interdisciplinary program • Occupational Therapists • Self-Insured Companies • Discharge Planners • Social Workers addressing the multiple issues facing • Auto No-Fault Insurance Adjusters our rehabilitation patients. • Worker Compensation Adjusters • Other Health Care professionals interested in health/rehab
  2. 2. ge fr om the g Comm Organizin he Filippis Found Filippis, T ittee ation, e invite y e," ou to S C H E D U L E A Messa Wright & ld of Michigan, w On behalf of onferenc Blue Shie ealth and Rehab C rence is lue Cross H onfe and B the 2010 "Michigan program. This c g our reha bili- Thursday, April 22, 2010 attend nary terdiscipli ultiple issues facin for them. in 7:15 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. Registration, Breakfast a dynamic ddress the m ose caring inten ded to a eir famil ies, and th & Exhibitor Visits tients, th tation pa tion 8:00 a.m. - 8:10 a.m. Welcome Participa pproved this pro- ation for igan has a g Educ Continuin lue Shield of Mich hield of 8:10 a.m. - 9:10 a.m. Keynote Speaker ss Blue S rsing e Cross B ours. Blue Cro uing nu Norm Bossio Blu 6.0 conta ct h of contin n accred- gram for provider ciation, a is an a pproved rses Asso g 9:10 a.m. - 9:25 a.m. Break & Exhibitor Visits Michigan Nu dentialin by the Michigan ican Nurses Cre education er by the Amer 9:25 a.m. - 10:40 a.m. Breakout Session 1 rov itation. it ed app ion o n Accred 10:40 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Break & Exhibitor Visits Commiss e entire p ro- Center's attend th ion form, ose who t 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Breakout Session 2 iven to th e evalua C redit will be g te the conferenc d comple 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m. Lunch & Exhibitor Visits gram an ature. r including sign mission fo 1:15 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Breakout Session 3 the Com ion on been m ade with e Commiss the ation has CMC), th ), 2:30 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. Break & Exhibitor Visits An applic er Certification (C ification (CRCC ion Case Man ag Counselo r Cert Commiss 2:45 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Raffle Drawings ecialist n Reha bilitation ity Manager Sp er's Compensatio Disabil Work credits. 3:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Keynote Speaker Certified and the Certified nuing education Norm Bossio ), on ti (CDMSC (CWCP) for 6.0 c Profe ssional ives er Object & Learn Speaker is Keynote demand popular io. Back by eaker Norm Boss Sp age- Keynote dent man ment co public n indepen ainer, and Norm is a ltant, tr nsu speaker who pro ing and train vides LOCATION ssistance ement te chnical a of manag , he in a wid e variety ing blic speak and areas. P rior to pu rincipal, eacher, p ols was a t ent in public scho Best Western Sterling Inn superin tend ju nct fa culty 34911 Van Dyke Ave. as an ad ant to the ege. as well u lt n ehill Coll Sterling Heights, MI and cons te Program at Sto member Managem ent Certi fi ca oing Down hill” avior. ✪ lling Without G a n d b e h nt. eep the Ball Ro lf -interest hme “How to K ics of se ccomplis th e dynam r closure and a l tools. Identify fo tivationa e the need ar ds as mo energy affect Recogniz gnition and rew siasm, and lize reco n, enthu efines Uti assio e world d h how p 's view of th Distinguis Describe how one mo tivation. ation . l of motiv d to Row” their leve ou May Nee d encourage D irection, Y k an nd Changes nce, bloc HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS en hen the Wi that enha ip betwe “W the fa ctors the relationsh hange in can be made directly with the Best Western Sterling Inn R ecognize Describe a ffect c by calling (586) 979-1400. Please reference this conference process. ability to lize humor as th e change nge. Improve the U ti for a special room rate of $99 per night (plus tax). The dis- cha oductive. hange. s tress and healt hy and pr on -going c iate counted rate ends March 22, 2010. er that is eal with ropr a mann mechanis m to d in an app f change For questions or more information, a coping on-going nature o e Discuss th perspective. please contact Sherri Szep at tic and realis (248) 829-8277 or sszep@wright-filippis.com www.FirstToServe.com
  3. 3. Registrants should select one Course from each of the three Breakout Sessions listed in the following table: Breakout Course Titles, Speakers and Learner Objectives Session Fibromyalgia: Fitting the Pieces Together Sharon Ostalecki, Ph.D. (Helping Our Pain & Exhaustion - H.O.P.E.) 1A Describe the global impact of Fibromyalgia; identify the diagnosis and management of Fibromyalgia. Wound Care Basics: How To Get Started Patti Lilley, BSN, RN, CWOCN (Kalypto Medical) 1B Describe the anatomy of the skin; identify the five principles of wound healing; describe the dif- ference between acute and chronic wounds; define strategies to evaluate wounds; describe wound classification, staging and documentation; identify treatment options in wound care. Traumatic Brain Injury - Identification, Treatment and Implications after a Motor Vehicle Accident Deborah Johnson, RN, CCM, CBIS (Care Forward) 1C Describe the different types of brain injuries; identify treatment options for TBI’s; recognize the role of case management in auto no-fault cases; discuss the resources available to help patients with TBI. Better Functional Outcomes Through Integrated Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) in Rehabilitation of the CNS Patient Danielle Peladeau, MS, OTR (Bioness) 2D Describe the impact of neuroplasticity; discuss the use of FES; identify the psychosocial benefits of FES use; compare the potential cost benefit analysis of FES against other interventions. Understanding the Michigan No-Fault Insurance Law F George Sinas, JD (Sinas, Dramis, Brake, Boughton & McIntyre, P.C.) Identify the lifetime medical and rehabilitation benefits payable under the Michigan auto no-fault 2E system; discuss the legal concepts impacting the payment of medical and rehabilitation claims; develop strategies to expedite the processing of medical and rehabilitation claims and enhance reimbursement; explore various proposals and concepts that would fundamentally change the services currently available. Integrative Medicine: Taking Care of the Whole Person Gail Elliott-Evo, Reiki Master, Guided Imagery Specialist (Rose Cancer Center - William Beaumont Hospital) E 2F Describe the functions in the mind-body connection; identify strategies to reduce effects of stress on the mind and body; discuss a typical case study using Integrative Medicine Modalities; identi- fy the role of Guided Imagery in stress reduction and healing. Pain Management in the Rehabilitation Setting: Is It Really "No Pain, No Gain"? Linda Vanni, MSN, APRN, BC, NP (Karmanos Cancer Center) 3G Describe the current standards in pain management related to acute and chronic pain; identify strategies for managing acute pain in the rehabilitation setting. Healthcare Compliance Initiatives Jeff Mastej, CHC (Wright & Filippis) 3H Identify healthcare compliance and false claim prevention issues; describe CMS post-audit review functions; explain the importance of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Requirements of Corporate Compliance Programs; discuss HIPAA privacy and security expecta- tions of the healthcare delivery system. Treatment of Lymphedema Cynthia Tan, MPT, ATC, CLT, LANA (Beaumont Health Center - Physical Therapy) 3I Describe lymphedema; identify treatment strategies; discuss Complete Decongestive Therapy (CDT); explain manual lymphedema drainage & compression bandaging; recognize myths related to lymphedema.
  4. 4. REGISTRATION FORM Michigan Health & Rehab Conference Thursday, April 22, 2010 Best Western Sterling Inn Participant Information (please print) Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Credential/Degree: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Company: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Business Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ______________________________________________________________ State: ______________ Zip: ________________________ Phone: (________________) ___________________________________ Fax: (_______________) __________________________________ Email: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Special Needs: _________________________________________________________________ Do you need ❏ Yes ❏ No continuing education credits? Course Selections Please circle your THREE Course preferences from below: Breakout Breakout Breakout Please select Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 ONE course from ❏ 1A ❏ 2D ❏ 3G each column. ❏ 1B ❏ 2E ❏ 3H ❏ 1C ❏ 2F ❏ 3I Registration Information Please register me for the following: ❏ Regular Registration $60.00* ❏ Late Registration (after March 26, 2010) $75.00* *Cancellation refunds will not be given after March 26, 2010. Payment Method $______________ Check or Money Order (made payable to "The Filippis Foundation") $______________ Credit Card Card Number: _______________________________________________________________________ Exp Date: ____________________ Authorizing Signature: ______________________________________________________________ Sec. Code: ____________________ SEND THIS FORM AND PAYMENT TO: Filippis Foundation • Sherri Szep • 2845 Crooks Road • Rochester Hills, MI 48309 FAX THIS FORM WITH CREDIT CARD PAYMENT TO: Sherri Szep at (248) 829-8394. Payment must accompany your registration form to confirm attendance. Registrations will be taken on a first come-first serve basis and will not be accepted without payment. Faxed registrations will only be accepted for those wishing to pay by credit card. You will be notified if your registration arrives after the program is sold out. *Photos may be taken at this conference and may be used at future educational programs.