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2013 Virginia Chapter ACP Annual Meeting & Clinical Update

  1. 1. American College of PhysiciansFostering Excellence in Internal Medicine 2013 Virginia ChapterAnnual Meeting and Clinical Update March 1–2, 2013 Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spa Richmond, Virginia Advancing Patient Care in Internal Medicine 2013 Register online now!
  2. 2. GOVERNOR’S LETTERVirginia Chapter Dear Colleague, I invite you to join me and your colleagues inMeeting Highlights: internal medicine at the Annual Meeting and Clinical Update of the Virginia Chapter of the• James Moss Lecture: American College of Physicians, being held Direct-to-Consumer Advertising March 1–2, 2013, at the Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spa in Richmond.• Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind and Clinical This meeting is not just for ACP members. I particularly Pearls want to invite nonmembers and mid-level providers to join us for this important clinical update and• Updates in Diabetes, to learn about the benefits of membership at the Allergy, Psychiatry same time. I am particularly excited about this and more program as it focuses on a broad range of topics• Summit on Obesity relevant to inpatient and outpatient care with• Associates’ Oral stimulating and riveting presentations from excel- Presentations lent speakers. Our health care summit on obesity• Presentations on Sepsis will be a tremendous opportunity to explore and Management, Dementia, review options for managing patients on this very Evaluating Cost-Conscious important health care topic. Also new this year Care, and more are presentations focusing on coding, documenta- tion, meaningful use and developing a practice• Advancement to Fellowship and Associates/Medical that utilizes “high valued, cost conscious care”. Students Breakfasts In addition to earning 15.25 CME credits, by• Chapter Awards, Town Hall attending this meeting you will: Meeting, and Reception • Gain insight into recent medical advances. • Discuss local and national issues affecting the practice and teaching of internal medicine. • Greet old friends, meet new friends, and develop a network of colleagues in your area. • Take some time for yourself or with your family to relax and enjoy the sights around the popular Short Pump area of Richmond. Between clinical sessions, please visit the College table. You will find information on new ACP programs, products, and services. To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting,This educational activity register now by visiting www.acponline.org/has been designated for about_acp/chapters/va/news_meet.htm and completing the easy online registration form.15.25 CME credits. You may also complete the form at the back of this brochure and send it by mail or fax. The opportunities available at this meeting will help you meet not only your needs as a provider but also the needs of the patients you serve. I look forward to seeing you in Richmond. Sincerely, Lisa Ellis, MD, FACP ACP Governor, Virginia Chapter
  3. 3. PROGRAM SCHEDULEAdvancing Patient Care in Internal Medicine 2013Friday, March 1, 2013 SESSION II: Moderator: Deborah A. Koehn, MD6:45 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 1:30 p.m. 2013 First Place Associates’ Clinical Vignette Abstract Presentation7:20 Welcome Lisa Ellis, MD, FACP 1:45 Clinical Pearls Governor, Virginia Chapter 1. Congestive Heart Failure and LVAD ManagementSession I: Moderator: John Port, MD, John M. Herre, MD, FACP FACP7:30 James Moss Lecture: 2. Dermatologic Findings of Nails Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and Hair Jeffrey P. Harris, MD, Kimberly Salkey, MD MACP 2:45 Break8:15 Journal Articles of the Past Year That Please visit the Associates Made Me Rethink My Practice posters, exhibitors, and the Alan W. Dow, MD, MSHA, College display FACP Obesity Summit: Medical Management to Post-OpConcurrent Sessions (choose one of the Care–What You Need To Knowfollowing two sessions) 3:05 Weight Loss Therapy:9:00 Outpatient: Making Sense of “When Diet and Exercise Fail” Meaningful Use of EMR Jeffrey M. Sicat, MD, FACE Sarah T. Corley, MD, FACP 3:50 Bariatric Surgery:9:00 Inpatient: Coding “Tips and Tricks” Why Sooner than Later? Jaci Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, Bruce Schirmer, MD CPMA, CEMC, CPC-I 4:20 Primary Care Follow-up After9:40 Break Bariatric Surgery Please visit the Associates Puneet Puri, MD posters, exhibitors, and the College display 4:50 Forum on Obesity: Ask the Experts Puneet Puri, MD10:00 2013 First Place Associates’ Research Bruce Schirmer, MD Abstract Presentation Jeffrey M. Sicat, MD, FACE10:15 It’s Nothing to Sneeze At–An Update 5:10 Health and Public Policy: The Latest in Allergy From Inside the Beltway Scott P. Commins, MD, Robert B. Doherty PhD 5:50 Town Hall Meeting10:45 Novel Approaches to Muscular Injury and Pain 6:20 Adjourn Peter Gonzalez, MD 7:00 Reception (all attendees invited;11:15 Emerging Strategies in Palliative Care pre-registration required) Leanne M. Yanni, MD, FACPNoon Lunch (please indicate on regis- tration if you will attend) Associates’ Clinical Oral Presentation Competition
  4. 4. PROGRAM SCHEDULESaturday, March 2, 2013* SESSION IV: Moderator: Zachary M. Shook, MD, FACPPlease indicate on registration form whichbreakfast you will attend. 1:15 p.m. Clinical Pearls6:45 a.m. Registration and Continental 1. Gastroenterology Breakfast Neeral L. Shah, MD6:45 Advancement to Fellowship 2. Urogynecology Breakfast C. Sage Claydon, MD, Lisa L. Ellis, MD, FACP FACOG6:45 Associate/Medical Students 2:15 Guidelines and Applications to Sepsis Breakfast Management John E. Port, MD, FACP Michael H. Hooper, MDSESSION III: Moderator: William E. Fox, 3:00 Break MD, FACP 3:15 Breast Cancer Survivorship:7:30 Assessment of Dementia Management and Follow-up Hamid R. Okhravi, MD Mary Helen Hackney, MD, FACP8:15 Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind 1. Infectious Disease 4:00 Coding and Documentation David J. Friedel, MD, “Tricks” 2013 FAAP Jaci Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPMA, CEMC, CPC-I 2. Cardiovascular Prevention Robert S. Gibson, MD, 5:15 Adjourn MACP Please turn in evaluations and white copy of CME9:15 Break form Please visit the Associate posters, exhibitors, and the College display9:45 Evaluating Overused Tests and Cost- Conscious Care Stephanie A. Call, MD, MSPH, FACP A. Paul Dallas, MD, FACP10:30 Advancement in Diabetes Joseph A. Aloi, MD, FACP11:15 Psychiatry Update: The DSM-V and More David Kupfer, MDNoon Awards Luncheon Please indicate on registration form if you will attend *A concurrent session for all medical student attendees will take place. See the Associates’ and Medical Students’ Activities section of this brochure for more details.
  5. 5. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty Jeffrey P. Harris, MD, MACP, Past President, ACP, MillwoodJoseph A. Aloi, MD, FACP, ClinicalDirector, Strelitz Diabetes Center, John M. Herre, MD, FACP,Eastern Virginia Medical School, Professor of Medicine, EasternNorfolk Virginia Medical School, NorfolkStephanie A. Call, MD, MSPH, Michael H. Hooper, MD, AssistantFACP, Program Director, Internal Professor of Medicine, Pulmonary andMedicine, Virginia Commonwealth Critical Care Medicine, EasternUniversity, Richmond Virginia Medical School, NorfolkC. Sage Claydon, MD, FACOG, Bon Jaci Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPMA,Secours Medical Group Womens CEMC, CPC-I, President, PracticeSpecialty Center, Bon Secours Integrity LLC, RichmondRichmond Health System, Richmond Deborah A. Koehn, MD, InternalScott P. Commins, MD, PhD, Medicine and DiabetesVirginiaAssistant Professor, Division of Diabetes & EndocrinologyAssistantAllergy and Clinical Immunology, Clinical Professor of InternalUniversity of Virginia, Charlottesville Medicine at VCUDiplomate, American Board of ClinicalSarah T. Corley, MD, FACP, Chief Lipidology, RichmondMedical Officer, Nextgen Healthcare,McLean David Kupfer, MD, Thomas Detre Professor of Psychiatry, UniversityA. Paul Dallas, MD, FACP, Assistant of Pittsburgh School of Medicine;Professor of Medicine, Virginia Tech Chair, DSM-5 Task Force, AmericanCarilion School of Medicine, Roanoke Psychiatric Association, Pittsburgh, PARobert B. Doherty, Senior Vice Hamid R. Okhravi, MD, EasternPresident, Governmental Affairs and Virginia Medical School, NorfolkPublic Policy, American College ofPhysicians, Washington, DC John E. Port, MD, FACP, Bon Secours Medical Group, RichmondAlan W. Dow, MD, MSHA, FACP,Macy Faculty Scholar, Assistant Puneet Puri, MD, AssistantProfessor of Medicine, Virginia Professor of Medicine, Division ofCommonwealth University, Richmond Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityLisa I. Ellis, MD, FACP, Governor, Health System, RichmondACP Virginia Chapter; AssociateProfessor of Medicine and OB/GYN, Kimberly Salkey, MD, AssistantDirector of Clinical Services, Stony Professor, Department of Dermatology,Point Campus, Virginia Commonwealth Eastern Virginia Medical School,University, Richmond NorfolkDavid J. Friedel, MD, FAAP, Assistant Bruce Schirmer, MD, University ofProfessor of Internal Medicine and Virginia Health System, CharlottesvillePediatrics, Division of Infectious Neeral L. Shah, MD, AssistantDiseases, Virginia Commonwealth Professor, Division of GastroenterologyUniversity, Richmond and Hepatology, University ofRobert S. Gibson, MD, MACP, Virginia, CharlottesvilleLockhart B. McGuire Professor of Zachary M. Shook, MD, FACP,Medicine, University of Virginia Virginia Physicians, Inc., RichmondHealth Center, Charlottesville Jeffrey M. Sicat, MD, FACE,Peter Gonzalez, MD, Assistant Medical Director, Virginia WeightProfessor, Director of Eastern Virginia and Wellness, RichmondMedical School Sports Medicine, Leanne M. Yanni, MD, FACP,Norfolk Director of Palliative Care, BonMary Helen Hackney, MD, FACP, Secours Health System, RichmondAssociate Professor, Hematology/Oncology, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity, Richmond
  6. 6. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NAssociates’ and Medical Chapter AwardStudents’ Activities It is with distinct pleasure that theClinical vignettes and posters prepared Virginia Chapter presents Laureate,by Associates will be presented at the Volunteerism, and Young Internistmeeting. The top two abstracts from Awards this year. The awards will bethe Chapter’s Associates’ program presented during the lunch on Saturday.on January 12, 2013 will be presentedduring the main session. The next Who Should Attendsix highest scoring abstracts from the • General internistssame program will present their abstracts • Subspecialty internistson Friday at lunch. The next eight • Family practitionershighest scoring displaying their abstract • Hospitalistsposters throughout Friday and Saturdaymorning. • Fellows in subspecialty training • Allied health practitionersAbstracts for the competition at theClinical Update are selected from • Residents (internists in training)those who presented at the Associates’ • Medical students interested inprogram in January. A “Call for internal medicineAbstracts” for the 2014 Associates’program will go out to Associates and Learning Objectivesmedical students in mid-July. At the conclusion of this activity, theOn Saturday, an all-day session for participant will be able to:medical students will be held. The • Apply updated knowledge of sepsis,day will include Doctor’s DilemmaTM allergy, recent journal articles,(Medical Jeopardy). palliative care, infectious disease, diabetes mellitus, gastroenterology,Chapter Excellence Award and breast cancer survivorship toWinner clinical practice.We are pleased to • Improve clinical practice by incor-announce that porating major new developmentsour Chapter is the in treatment of muscle pain, heartrecipient of a 2012 failure, prevention of cardiovascularChapter Excellence Award. The disease, urogynecology, use of EMR,Chapter Excellence Award recognizes and medical coding.those chapters that excel in reaching • Diagnose and manage dementia,the standards for managing a chapter, disorders of the hair and nails, andsuch as communicating to members, psychologic illness.instituting Medical Students’ and • Understand controversies in weightAssociates’ activities and advancing loss management, cost-consciousand recruiting members. A Chapter care, and direct-to-consumerExcellence certificate will be awarded advertising of prescription drugs.at the meeting.
  7. 7. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NCME Accreditation Hotel AccommodationsThe American College of Physicians We have reserved a block of rooms atis accredited by the Accreditation the following rates until February 7,Council for Continuing Medical 2013. When making your reserva-Education (ACCME) to provide tion, be sure to mention that youcontinuing medical education will be attending the ACP Virginiafor physicians. Chapter meeting.The American College of Physicians Single/Double: $139designates this live activity for a Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spamaximum of 15.25 AMA PRA 12042 West Broad StreetCategory 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians Richmond, VA 23233should claim only the credit commen-surate with the extent of their partici- The rooms are available on a first-pation in the activity. come, first-served basis, so make your reservation as early as possible by calling the hotel directly at 800-445-8667 or 804-364-3600. If you are interested in becoming a member of the College, please contact the Member and Customer Service Department at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET). Attendance at chapter meetings can help all ACP members meet the qualifications for advancement to Fellowship. It is especially important for those applying under the pathway that calls for 5 years of activity as a Member.
  8. 8. HOW TO REGISTER• Online • Cancellations/Refunds Visit us on the Web and register at All cancellation requests must www.acponline.org/about_acp/ be received by Member and chapters/va/news_meet.htm. Customer Service in writing via• Mail e-mail at custserv@acponline.org. Cancellations will not be accepted To register by mail, complete the by telephone. registration form at the back of this brochure and mail it to ACP at the • Satisfaction Guarantee address below. Be sure to list your We offer a satisfaction guarantee— daytime phone number in case we if meeting attendees are not satisfied need to notify you of any changes. with their experience at the meeting, Please reproduce the form for they may write for a refund of their additional registrations (one form registration fee. per registrant). • Special Needs AC002 If you have a disability or any American College of Physicians special dietary needs, please 190 N. Independence Mall West contact Ann Tennett by telephone Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572 at 540-631-0426, or e-mail at• Fax astacp@hotmail.com. Register 24 hours a day via fax at • Questions? 215-351-2799. For registration information, contact Fax forms must include credit card ACP Member and Customer Service number, expiration date, security (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) toll-free code number, and signature. Do not at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600 or direct mail a copy of the form because it at 215-351-2600. You may also may result in a duplicate registration e-mail custserv@acponline.org or and you will be charged twice. fax 215-351-2799.• Phone If you need more information on Call 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, or the meeting schedule or location 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. please contact Ann Tennett at ET). 540-631-0426. Be sure to have your credit card For more information about ACP number, expiration date, and security or the Virginia Chapter, contact code number available before calling. the Virginia Chapter Governor, Lisa Ellis, MD, FACP, by telephone• Payment Options at 804-912-4086, or e-mail at Payment in full is required. Make znlellis@gmail.com. check or money order payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. If paying by credit card, please provide the credit card number, expiration date, security code, and authorizing signature.• Additional Fees All registrations must be received by February 25, 2013, or a late registration fee of $25 will be added. This includes onsite registrations. Save money by registering now!
  9. 9. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMB American College of Physicians RM1356 Virginia Chapter Scientific Meeting March 1–2, 2013 This form may be photocopied. ACP # (found on mailing label) Name t MD t DO Address City/State/Zip Daytime Phone Fax E-mail t Please check here to indicate a permanent change to your preferred address for all College mailings. t Please exclude me from receiving mailings from the meeting exhibitors. PAYMENT OPTIONS: Please refer to the next page for all of your registration and payment options. Don’t forget you can register and pay online at www.acponline.org/about_acp/ chapters/va/news_meet.htm. If you are mailing or faxing this form, please indicate your payment preference and complete the form below. GRAND TOTAL (from next page) $ _______ ______ t Check enclosed. (Payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) t Charge to: Card # ___________________________________________________________ Exp. Date _______/ ______ _ Security Code ______________ MM YY (3- or 4-digit number found on front or back of card) Signature: ________________________________ _________________________ E-mail your questions to custserv@acponline.org t Please check here if you have any special dietary needs, and be sure to contact the chapter. t We encourage participation by all individuals. Check here if you are disabledCut Here and require assistance. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you better. Please notify the Virginia Chapter in writing at least 30¡ days before your course. We’ll be glad to help.
  10. 10. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMBRegistration Fees:Check one category that best applies. Registration fee includes continentalbreakfasts, lunches, attendance at reception for registrant and guest, all scientificsessions and materials, and CME documentation. Reservations are required forall meals and the reception.ACP Categories:t Master t Fellow t Member .................................................................... $300t Associate (Resident Member) ................................................................ No Feet Medical Student Member....................................................................... No Feet Affiliate Member (Allied Health Professional).......................................... $300Nonmember Categories:t Nonmember Physician............................................................................... $350t Nonmember Resident*........................................................................... No Feet Nonmember Medical Student ................................................................ No Feet Allied Health Professional ........................................................................ $350*Nonmember Residents must register by contacting the chapter staff at 540-631-0426 in order to get the correct registration rate.Please indicate your attendance at the following:t BRK01–Continental Breakfast–Friday, 6:45 a.m.t LUN01–Lunch–Friday, Noont REC01–Reception–Friday, 7:00 p.m.t BRK02–Continental Breakfast–Saturday, 6:45 a.m.t BRK03–Advancement to Fellowship Breakfast–Saturday, 6:45 a.m.t BRK04–Associate/Medical Student Breakfast–Saturday, 6:45 a.m.t LUN02–Awards Lunch–Saturday, Noont SESS1–Outpatient: Making Sense of Meaningful Use of EMR–Friday, 9:00 a.m.t SESS2–Inpatient: Coding “Tips and Tricks”–Friday, 9:00 a.m.t SYLL–To help us go “green” the handouts will be posted on the Chapter Web site. You will receive a printed copy if you check here and include $40.If you are registering after February 25, 2013, please add a $25 late fee toyour total. GRAND TOTAL (enter on previous page) $ __________
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  12. 12. 190 N. Independence Mall West NONPROFIT Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572 ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID ACP 2013 Virginia Chapter Scientific Meeting March 1–2, 2013 Hilton Richmond Hotel and Spa Richmond, VirginiaCHS2045