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  • 1. See p. 5 for details on the presents Military 12th Battlefield Health Week… Healthcare Summit! MILITARY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT TM The Next Generation of Treatment, Training, and Technology Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Gain invaluable March 31 - April 2, 2010 | Corner Hotel, Vienna, VA information on the latest in military Part of IDGA’s Military Health Week medical technology and (March 29- April 2, 2010) - Two summits and R&D from these TBI/Psychological Health Master Class, all in one location! unparalleled speakers: Col Donald L. Noah, USAF Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary IDGA’s Military Medical Technology Summit delivers: of Defense for Force Health Protection and Readiness • The most up-to-date information on medical technologies for Level 1 to CONUS COL Norvell V. Coots USA, MC, MD, MSS, FAAD • Current programs in battlefield clinical informatics Commander, Walter Reed Health Care • Insight into the latest R&D in amputation care and System ,Walter Reed Army Medical Center prosthetics COL Joseph F. McKeon, USA, MC, MD, MPH, • Special focus on the current technologies and R&D for Commander, US Army Aeromedical Research Lab TBI / psychological health, including virtual reality therapy LTC William Geesey, USA • Enhanced aviation and combat life support Product Manager, Medical Communications for Combat equipment Casualty Care (MC4), U.S. Army Dr. Wayman Wendell Cheatham, MD, FACE Special Assistant to the Surgeon General for Medical Research, Sponsors: Director, Navy Medical Research & Development Center & Director, Navy Clinical Investigation Programs, Bureau of Medicine & Surgery See inside for a complete speaker roster! www. militarymedicaltechnology .com
  • 2. Who You Will Meet: MILITARY IDGA’s Military Medical Technology Summit will bring together key stakeholders and decision makers involved in the military and government healthcare MEDICAL IT sector. The summit is designed as a forum where decision makers and end users can come together to share their knowledge, debate the issues at hand, learn from their peers, and forge solutions TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT TM for their respective challenges. (Non military/government stakeholders are welcome to join in on the discussion.) The audience will be comprised of senior level professionals from military The Next Generation of Treatment, Training, and Technology units/organizations, government agencies, March 31 - April 2, 2010 | Vienna, VA contractors, technology service providers, and academia. A partial listing of attendees will include those with the following responsibilities: • Tactical Commanders • Chief Medical and Technology Officers Dear Colleague, • Command Surgeons • Command Surgeons and Medics • Directors of Force Health Protection With each new year of continuous operations in the asymmetric envi • Directors of medical R & D comes new lessons learned, new adva ronments of OIF/OEF • Senior Engineers ncements made in the military heal community, and new challenges for thcare the future. Medical advancements training, and technology are help in treatment, ing to improve the level of care our receive from Level 1 to CONUS. warriors can About IDGA This summit is designed to high The Institute for Defense light the latest technologies that teams can utilize to improve thei our medical & Government r quality of care. While our med Advancement (IDGA) is a continuously strives for improvemen ical community ts in their clinical capabilities, their non-partisan information based the best of care is often depend capacity to provide organization dedicated to the promotion of ant on having the right equipm in order to properly prevent, diagnose ent and technology innovative ideas in public service and , and treat our wounded warfighters. defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military and government Current R&D efforts are transformin professionals while attracting delegates g the medical community, and lead advancements in medical are from ing to with decision-making power from military, Level1 to CONUS. As part of our Milit which includes the Battlefield Hea ary Health Week, government and defense industries. For lthcare Summit sessions in the beg more information, please visit us at these scheduled sessions allow the inning of the week, discussions to move beyond the pure www.idga.org. in order to discuss the current tech ly clinical aspects nologies, tools and equipment, and in the care of our warfighters. Som R&D efforts that aid e of the topics to be discussed inclu de: -Virtual simulation in training and rehabilitation Venue - Effective communications from Level 1 to CONUS / health info Sheraton Premiere at - Diagnostic and treatment tech rmatics nologies for TBI and psychologi - Enhanced aviation and combat cal health Tysons Corner Hotel life support equipment - Advanced technologies for trau ma and resuscitative medicine 8661 Leesburg Pike - R&D efforts in limb salvage and rehabilitation Vienna, VA 22182 Register today by logging on to www .militarymedicaltechnology.com or Tel: (703) 448-1234 8684. calling 1-800-882- I look forward to seeing you in Mar ch! Very Respectfully, Log On & Stay Connected! Be sure to add www.militarymedicaltechnology.com to your “Favorites” on your internet browser and visit us regularly for the latest updates: P.S. Don’t miss the • Event agenda Monica Mckenzie opportunity to participate in • Speaker faculty Program Director, IDGA the entire week of scheduled • Social and networking activities Monica.mckenzie@idga.org sessions! See p.5 for details! • Download Center featuring speaker presentations and white papers • Sponsors and Exhibitors Join the Military Medical Technology Group! 2 Register Today! www.militarymedicaltechnology.com
  • 3. TBI/ Psychological Health Master Class TBI/ Psychological Health Master Class Wednesday March 31, 2010 This in depth and interactive focus day will examine the latest issues, best practices and next-generation treatments and technology surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and general psychological health for the battlefield warfighter. Choose from two tracks: one focusing on the clinical aspects of TBI and psychological health to earn continuing education credits, and the other on the technology and R&D involved in preventing, diagnosing, and treating TBI and PTSD. 7:30 am - 8:00 am Registration and Coffee 8:00 am - 9:30 am Joint Opening Session: The Next Generation in Psychological Health Treatment Hear from Wilford Hall Medical Center’s new clinic to treat patients who suffer therapy, cognitive processing therapy and prolonged exposure treatments, in from post traumatic stress disorder. The PTSD Clinic offers evidence based addition to the new virtual modalities. treatments and a virtual reality program to help Airmen returning from combat. The Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy, using a computer simulated Virtual Iraq Session Leader: and Virtual Afghanistan, allows Airmen to interact and recreate a traumatic Col Gerald W Talcott, Col, USAF, BSC, Chair, Department of Behavioral scene and recall sights, sounds, smells, thoughts and feelings. The uniqueness Medicine, San Antonio Military Medical Center of the clinic lies in the fact that it offers evidence-based cognitive behavioral Track 1: Clinical Focus TRACK 2: Technological and R&D Focus 9:45am-11:45am Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the OEF/OIF conflicts 9:45am-11:45am Panel Discussion on mTBI Research and Evaluation of TBI has been referred to as the “signature injury” of the OEF/OIF conflict. In many mTBI Pre/Post deployment respects it differs from TBIs seen in the civilian environment, as many of these TBIs Medical device manufacturer Neuro Kinetics Inc. will sponsor a panel discussion of are related to blast exposure. There are a number of controversies surrounding the military medical specialists on new techniques for diagnoses and treatment of mild appropriate diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of returning veterans with known traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory or suspected TBI, ranging from mechanism of injury to prognosis for long-term (USAARL) at Fort Rucker, Alabama, and three other military medical facilities currently outcome. This discussion will review some of the neuroscientific and medical issues are collaborating in a comprehensive research project, using Neuro Kinetics’ I-Portal® being actively discussed in the TBI field, as well as patient management challenges NOTC (Neuro-Otologic Test Center) system to evaluate and characterize vestibular, being faced by euron-clinicians who treat returning veterans. auditory and oculomotor conditions in soldiers suffering from hard-to-detect mTBI as a result of blast exposure. In addition to the I-Portal NOTC system, other Neuro Kinetics What will be Covered: products include its I-Portal® VNG (Video Nystagmography) system and I-Portal® VOG • Current controversies in TBI, e.g. How do blasts injure the brain? • Is it mild TBI or PTSD or both? (Video Oculography) system. The company will demonstrate its equipment and detail • Diagnostic and treatment approaches to TBI sequelae such as headache, epilepsy, the battery of tests available. and cognitive deficits What you will learn: • Hear about new techniques for diagnoses and treatment of mTBI How you will Benefit: • Update on current research projects • You will understand important diagnostic issues in TBI medicine and how it relates to the OEF/OIF conflicts. How you will benefit: • You will be able to discuss treatments for TBI that are derived from current clinical • Learn in an interactive forum from leading members of the medical community practice guidelines and new research advances • Become familiar with current technologies that can aide in the diagnosis of mTBI Gary M. Abrams, MD, Rehabilitation Section Chief, San Francisco VA, Panel members: Medical Center; Department of Neurology, University of California, San Dr. Melida Hill, Primary Investigator for USAARL (including Ft. Rucker, Ft. Francisco Campbell, Tripler Army Medical, Walter Reed Army Medical) Col. Dr. Michael Hoffer, USN, Navy San Diego Medical Center, Department Chair of Otolaryngology, Otology / Neurology See website for additional speakers! 11:45am- 1:00pm LUNCH 11:45am- 1:00pm LUNCH 1:00pm- 3:00pm Persistent Problems after Traumatic Brain 1:00pm- 3:00pm Preventative Equipment in Theater to Reduce Blast Injury: The Need for Long-Term Follow-Up and Coordinated Injuries Care Convoys across the desert, patrolling the waters, keeping guard at base and surveying Now that national attention is being paid to TBI disorders in our troops, the airspace – today’s warfighters are in need of innovative military ballistic helmet pads to actual mechanism of TBI injury is still little understood. Current research mitigate, cushion, and absorb blasts in the battlefield. By limiting the blast waves of models suggest TBI from blast injuries to be a significantly different injury exploding IED's, absorbing the shock of high speed boats, and making sure that head than that caused by actual trauma to the skull. Understand how these to toe personal gear protects and fits, SKYDEX limits the blast force transmitted to the important differences will affect the national treatment and research into occupants by as much as 71%. By varying SKYDEX’s twin hemispheres – either in this debilitating condition. Also, discover how the TBI patients’ cognitive and layout, plastic composition, the amount of plastic used or spacing between the hemis, emotional deficits may decrease their capacity and initiative to seek the functionality of this life-saving equipment can be altered for the specific job it has appropriate care on their own. to perform. What will be Covered: What you will learn: • Prevalence of common issues after TBI • Hear about how advanced equipment technologies for use in the battlefield can • How can we identify issues related with TBI decrease the force of blasts • Learn about recent trials that have shown a mitigation of blast force by 71% How you will Benefit: • You will be familiarized with common issues after TBI How you will benefit: • You will learn about defining TBI from other blast injuries • Become knowledgeable on the latest equipment that can be fielded for protection from blast injuries Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD, Chief, PM&R Service, VA Boston Healthcare, • Discuss in an interactive forum the technology and research behind this latest System Healthcare System technology Peter Foley, Chief Technology Officer, SKYDEX 3:15- 5:00pm Pre- and Post- Deployment TBI Screening It is estimated that one in five soldiers on active deployment for a year’s deployment is • Mechanisms for implementing large scale screening as an effective force at risk for TBI. The Ft. Carson Soldier Readiness center has incorporated this knowledge management tool into their comprehensive approach to screening both pre- and post- deployment in the ongoing investigation into the best ways to identify TBI and those at risk for TBI. Caring How you will benefit: • Explain the benefits of assessing how a soldier is "ready" not just "healthy" or for our soldiers should be along a continuum, addressing the needs of those who fall somewhere in between "healthy" and "casualty.” "casualty" • Compare current and emerging TBI screening models What will be covered: • Describe how to caregivers for utilizing all screening guidelines effectively • Importance of both pre- and post- deployment screening for soldier readiness COL Heidi Terrio, USA, MD, MC, MPH, Chief, Deployment Health, Ft. • Guidelines for evaluating the severity of combat stress injuries in individuals Carson, CO Register Today! www.militarymedicaltechnology.com 3
  • 4. Main Day Summit One Main Day Summit Two Thursday, April 1, 2010 Friday, April 2, 2010 7:15 Registration and Coffee 7:15 Registration and Coffee 7:45 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 7:45 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 8:00 Update on Meeting the Medical Technology 8:00 Cutting Edge Medical Technology and R&D efforts from the Morning Morning Keynote Keynote Challenges of Force Health Protection Walter Reed Health Care System Col Donald L Noah, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of COL Norvell V. Coots USA, MC, MD, MSS, FAAD, Commander, Defense for Force Health Protection and Readiness Walter Reed Health Care System, Walter Reed Army Medical Center 8:45 MC4 – Enabling Improved Situational Awareness & 8:45 Current R&D in Limb Salvage and Rehabilitation Continuity of Care on the Battlefield • Inaccuracy of standardized severity scores for limb salvage • Challenges & lessons learned: Integrating, fielding, training & • Current case studies MC4 Focus supporting the DoD’s tactical medical recording systems MAJ Joseph Hsu, USA, MD, US Army Institute of Surgical Research • Medical command and control (C2) uses, impact and way forward via MC4 9:30 Networking and Refreshment Break LTC William E. Geesey, Product Manager, Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (MC4), U.S. Army 10:15 Effects of Using Human Patient Simulator (HPS) versus a CD-ROM on Cognition and Critical Thinking Relative to CD-ROM teaching Simulation vs 9:30 Networking and Refreshment Break Combat Care • Results of the recent study 10:15 Update on New Technology for Combat Casualty • Possible impact on the choice of teaching aids and strategies for lower- Care level and higher-level cognition COL Dallas C. Hack, USA, M.D., Director, US Army Combat COL (Ret) Don Johnson, USAFR, PhD, Director of Research, US Casualty Care Research Program Chair, Joint Technology Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing, Ft. Sam Houston Coordinating Group 6 (Combat Casualty Care) US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command 11:00 What (if any) Is the Role for Automated Care On The Battlefield 11:00 Virtual Therapy and Telehealth in the Air Force • Towards the Cybernetic Medic: Radical New Technology for Combat • Update on current VR therapy initiatives Casualty Care • Advances in telehealth • Understand the critical care technology gap on the current battlefield LtCol Timothy Lacy, USAF, MC, Chief, Telehealth, Air Force • Describe the systems approach to augmenting medic and provider Medical Support Agency capabilities on the battlefield COL Leopoldo C. Cancio, USA, MD, MC, US Army Combat Critical 11:45 Remote Patient Monitoring: Deployed Military and Care Engineering Program, US Army Institute of Surgical Research Beyond James J. DelloStritto, Principal Researcher, Blue Highway, 11:45 Advancements in Prosthetics and Amputee LLC Rehabilitation Technologies from WRAMC • Update on Clinical techniques in Amputation 12:30 LUNCH • Lessons learned in rehabilitation technologies COL Paul F. Pasquina, USA, M.D., Chief, Integrated Department 1:45 Enhanced Aviation and Combat Life Support of Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Walter Reed Army Medical Afternoon Equipment: Medical technology for Level 1 Center, National Naval Medical Center keynote MEDEVAC teams COL Joseph F. McKeon, MC, MD, MPH 12:30 LUNCH Commander, US Army Aeromedical Research Lab 1:30 Navy Medicine Research Overview keynote: Navy Afternoon 2:30 Use of Medical Equipment in the Military Dr. Wayman Wendell Cheatham, MD, FACE Aeromedical Environment: Challenges and Design Special Assistant to the Surgeon General for Medical Research, Considerations Director, Navy Medical Research & Development Center & Director, • Military airworthiness and environmental test requirements for Navy Clinical Investigation Programs, Bureau of Medicine & Surgery medical carry-on equipment. • Examples of challenges in meeting these requirements 2:15 Chest Pain Evaluation Down Range - A Modern Cost • Equipment design considerations for use in the helicopter Savings Approach environment • Review the burden of cardiovascular disease in the deployed setting Khalid Barazanji, Ph.D. Chief, Airworthiness Certification • Introduce the application of cutting edge technology to reduce and Evaluation Branch, U.S. Army Aeromedical Research aeromedical evacuations Laboratory, Ft. Rucker, AL • Understand the logistical implications of instituting advanced cardiac imaging within the AOR 3:15 Networking and Refreshment Break Maj Kevin Steel, USAF, MC, DO, Chief, Advanced Cardiac Imaging, Department of Cardiology San Antonio Military Medical Center 4:00 The Future Of Battlefield Health Informatics • Information flow from Theater to the Clinical Data Repository- 3:00 Networking and Refreshment Break • Information sharing between the DoD and VA • What’s next 3:45 Wound Biomarkers: High Energy Penetrating War Injuries Rick Barnhill, PM, Clinical Informatics, Western Regional • Overview of high energy extremity injuries Wound Care R&D Medical Command, Madigan Army Medical Center • Hyper-inflammatory response and the mechanism of wound failure • Predictive models of wound closure 4:45 Keynote Session CDR Eric Elster, USN, MC, FACS, Combat Casualty Care, Naval Keynote Closing Dr. Edward F. Gabriele, Special Assistant to the Navy Medical Research Center & Department of Surgery NNMC Surgeon General for Ethics & Professional Integrity, BUMED Bethesda & Assistant Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services University 5:30 End of Day One 4:30 End of Summit Register Today! www.militarymedicaltechnology.com 4
  • 5. The most CME and CE credits offered by IDGA in 2010 Attend the entire Military Health Week at a minimal March 29-31, 2010 Washington DC Metro Area additional cost. See below for details on the Superpass! Main Summit Day One, Monday, 29 March 2010 Main Summit Day Two, Tuesday, 30 March 2010 8:00 Meeting the Medical Challenges 1:45 Update on DARPA’s 8:00 US Joint Forces Military Medicine 1:00 Panel Discussion from Naval Medical of the Battlefield Surgeon Revolutionizing Prosthetics RADM (Sel) Mike Mittelman, Center San Diego’s Comprehensive General Keynote Program USAF, Command Surgeon, US Combat & Complex Casualty VADM Adam Robinson, USN, COL Jeffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, Joint Forces Command Care(C5) Program MC, U.S. Navy Surgeon General Program Manager, DSO, DARPA Panel Leader: & Chief, U.S. Navy BUMED 8:45 Pre-Deployment Medical Training CAPT Jennifer Town Captain, Nurse 3:15 Update on DARPA’s PREVENT Challenges Faced in Theater: The Corps, U.S. Navy (Retired) Director, 8:45 From the Battlefield to the Program need for joint/team training Comprehensive Combat and Playing Field: A New Model for COL Jeffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, standard Complex Casualty Care (C5) Program Effective Rehabilitation Program Manager, DSO, DARPA Col John Mitchell, MD, USAF, Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA COL Barbara Springer, USA, PT, Commander, Defense Medical PhD, OCS, SCS, Director, 4:00 The Golden Hour: Lessons ReadinessTraining Institute 1:45 The Armed Forces Institute of Proponency Office for Learned and Critical Care (DMRTI) Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM): Rehabilitation & Reintegration, Techniques for the Combat Medic Regenerative Medicine in Today’s Office of the Army Surgeon MAJ William Evans, Director, 10:15 The National Intrepid Center of OR General USA, CO MEDOP 66F, Director of Excellence; a New Paradigm in Dr. George Muschler, Director, EMS, Irvington, VA the Diagnosis, Treatment Armed Forces Institute of 10:15 Military Telemedicine for the Planning and Life Long Follow- Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM) and Battlefield 4:45 Panel Discussion: The Crucial on Strategy Cleveland Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon MAJ Kevin Chung, MD, USA, Role of the Chaplain COL George F. Nussbaum, PhD, ISR/BAMC Panel members: AN, Deputy Director Clinical and 3:15 Citizen Soldiers: The National Guard CAPT Shelia C. Robertson, CHC, Research Support Services Perspective 11:00 Mirror Therapy for Amputee USN, Chaplain of Navy Medicine National Intrepid Center of COL Harry P Marshall Jr, MD FACS, Wounded Warriors (M00G),Special Assistant for Excellence Deputy Commander, District of CDR Jack Tsao, MC, USN, Ass. Pastoral Care Columbia National Guard – Medical Prof., USU, WRMC CAPT Jessie R. Tate, USN, 11:00 Compassion Fatigue of the Detachment Chaplain, Navy Region East & Caregiver 1:00 Canadian Perspective on Naval, Medical Center LCDR Pamela Herbig, NC, USN, 4:00 Effects of Excelarrest and Battlefield Healthcare Portsmouth, VA Asst. Professor and Deputy BleedArrest on Hemorrhage Commodore Hans W. Jung, Dr. Elmer C. Maggard, Ph.D. Program Director Psychiatric Control OMM, CD, MD, MA, QHP, (CIV), Clinical Psychologist, Mental Health Nurse Practitioner COL (Ret) Don Johnson, USAFR, PhD, Canadian forces Surgeon Deployment Health Center, Program, Graduate School of Director of Research, US Army General / Commander Canadian Navy Medical Center Nursing at Uniformed University Graduate Program in Anesthesia Forces Health Services Portsmouth Services Nursing, Ft. 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