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  • 2. Once considered alternativeor complementary, IntegrativeHealthcare is now part of bestpractice evidence-based medicine.With unlimited access to health information, patients are requesting amore personalized, patient-centered approach to care. AccountableCare Organizations are supporting this approach, providing directivesfor primary care providers to incorporate emerging delivery modelssuch as Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) into their practice.Up to 43% of hospitals nationwide are now incorporating integrativetherapies into conventional medical services (Samueli Institute Report,2010).In this 5th annual gathering, participants will learn from nationally andregionally recognized experts, including: • Dr. Andrew Weil • Dr. Alan Baumgarten • Dr. Alan Gaby • Dr. Larry Dossey • Lourdes Lorenz, MSN • Dr. Ralph SnydermanConcurrent sessions follow three tracks: Medical Home DeliveryModels, Clinical Hot Topics, and Integrative Treatment Tools.Participants can customize their own conference experience by mixingand matching sessions for personalized learning.Please join us for this timely and innovativeconference on October 20-21, 2012 in thescenic mountains of Asheville, NC.
  • 3. When and WhereDatesSaturday and Sunday, October 20-21, 2012SaturdayRegistration: 6:30am-8:00amProgram: 8:00am-5:30pmSundayRegistration: 6:30am-8:00amProgram: 8:00am-5:30pmPlaceWilma M. Sherrill CenterUniversity of North Carolina AshevilleOne University HeightsAsheville, NC 28804FeesUntil July 31:$399 for Physicians Registration$299 for Non-MD fees include$199 for Medical Residents$150 for Students administrativeAugust 1 to August 31: costs for providing$425 for Physicians continuing$325 for Non-MD$225 for Medical Residents education credits,$175 for Students online educationalSeptember 1 to October 20:$450 for Physicians materials, breakfast,$350 for Non-MD lunch and$250 for Medical Residents refreshments.$200 for Students
  • 4. Target Audience• Primary Care, Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine Physicians• Surgeons• Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners• Naturopathic Physicians• Pharmacists• Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses• Mental Health Professionals• Psychologists• Dieticians• Dietetic Techs• Nutritionists• Chiropractors• Acupuncturists• Massage Therapists• Chinese Medicine ProvidersLearning ObjectivesUpon completion of this conference, participants will be able to do thefollowing:• Recognize the vision, challenges, and opportunities for Integrative Medicine to improve healthcare in the United States• Identify benefits and implementation strategies of the Patient Centered Medical Home model• Describe various therapeutic tools used by an Integrative Healthcare Practitioner• Discuss the evidence base for the top ten nutrients used in the United States• Describe the benefits and implementation strategies of Integrative Healthcare models in various practice settings• Review clinical hot topics associated with an Integrative Healthcare approach to care• Apply different Integrative Healthcare tools in the practice setting
  • 5. Speakers Alan Baumgarten, MD is a practicing Family Physician who actively uses preventive and therapeutic nutrition in his work with patients. He is the Project Director for a grant from The Duke Endowment assisting independent primary care practices of Western North Carolina achieve PCMH recognition and implement PCMH concepts in their practices.Topics: PCMH: Achieving the Recognition and Implementing the Concepts;Probiotics and Other Nutrients for Immune Stimulation Bridget Bongaard, MD holds a Fellowship in the American College of Physicians and also a Fellowship from the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. She created the Integrative Medicine Program at Carolinas Medical Center-NorthEast (CMC-NEMC), which now has been designated as a Center of Excellence. In addition, she started Holistic Nursing, Volunteers in Integrative Medicine, and Integrative Chaplain programs to create an integrative focus of care for her institution.NorthEast Internal and Integrative Medicine, the outpatient clinic where sheserves as medical director, innovatively started a consultation service anddisease management programs using acupuncture combined with massagetherapy. Dr Bongaard also writes and lectures extensively on IntegrativeMedicine.Topics: Case Studies: Using New Tools to Manage Chronic Disease Patients;Integrative Medicine Practice Models of Integration Panel Discussion; A Holistic Approach to Primary Care: Providing Personalized Healthcare atNorthEast Internal and Integrative Medicine
  • 6. Remy Coeytaux, MD, PhD is a family physician, epidemiologist and Associate Professor of Community and Family Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. He is also a faculty member of the Duke Evidence-based Practice Center, and a Bravewell Collaborative Fellow in the University of Arizona’s Integrative Medicine fellowship training program. Dr. Coeytaux is President and founder of Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates (an integrative primarycare medicine private practice) and co-founder of Chapel Hill DoctorsIntegrative Health Center. Dr. Coeytaux is co-principal investigator of anongoing, randomized clinical trial of acupuncture for menopausal hot flashesfunded by the National Institutes of Health.Topics: Lessons Learned and Visions of the Future: The Founding andNurturing of Chapel Hill Doctors Integrative Health Center; IntegrativeMedicine Practice Models of Integration Panel Discussion Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, FAAN is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the holistic nursing movement. She is International Co-Director, Nightingale Initiative for Global Health (NIGH); Co- Director, Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program (INCCP), Huntington, New York; and Director of Holistic Nursing Consultants (HNC), Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has received many awards and has authored or co-authored 23 books including Florence Nightingale:Mystic, Visionary, Healer (2010); Holistic Nursing: A Handbook for Practice(2010); Florence Nightingale Today: Healing, Leadership, Global Action (2005).A major focus of her work currently includes integral and holistic nursing,global nursing, and integrative nurse coaching. She is also exploring theimpact of Florence Nightingale’s life and work on contemporary nursing andhumankind.Topic: Care Coordination of the Future
  • 7. Larry Dossey, MD is internationally known for his advocacy of the role both mind and spirituality plays in health and healthcare. An Internal Medicine physician from Texas, he is a former Executive Editor of Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine and author of nine books including The Power of Premonitions: How Knowing the Future Can Shape our Lives (2009); The Extraordinary Healing Power of Ordinary Things(2006); Healing Beyond the Body (2001); and Reinventing Medicine (1999).Dr. Dossey travels extensively sharing his life’s work with some of the nation’smost prestigious hospitals and schools of medicine including Harvard, JohnsHopkins, Cornell and the Mayo Clinic.Topic: Reinventing Medicine: A New Era Alan R. Gaby, MD is internationally recognized as an authority on nutritional therapies. He is the author of Nutritional Medicine, a textbook designed to teach healthcare practitioners how to use nutritional therapy as an alternative or adjunct to conventional medicine. Dr. Gaby received his undergraduate degree from Yale University, his MS in biochemistry from Emory University and his MD from the University of Maryland. He was in private practicefor 17 years, specializing in nutritional medicine. He is past-president of theAmerican Holistic Medical Association, where he gave expert testimony tothe White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicineon the cost effectiveness of nutritional supplements. Dr. Gaby is member ofOrthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame.Topics: Top 10 Nutrients: An Evidence-Based Review; NutritionalConsiderations in Coronary Heart Disease; Nutrition Update Including NewInformation on Vitamin D
  • 8. James Halvorson, DC, DACAN graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in Bloomington, Minnesota in 1987. He was hired by Harriman Jones Medical Group in Long Beach, California where he established and ran a successful chiropractic department. Halvorson completed his post-graduate training in neurology at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1992. During this time, he developed a passion for research and evidence-based medicine helping toorganize a spine committee devoted to encouraging administration andmedical specialists to follow recommended guidelines of early referral forspinal manipulation for the treatment of non-specific, mechanical backpain. Today, Dr. Halvorson continues his commitment to an evidence-based, patient-centered, multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to thetreatment of spinal conditions through his development of a chiropracticdepartment within Parkway Medical Group, a primary care practice located inAsheville, NC.Topics: Chiropractic: Where Being Manipulated is a Good Thing; IntegrativeMedicine Practice Models of Integration Panel Discussion Roberta Lee, MD is Vice Chair of the Department of Integrative Medicine at Beth Israel Hospital, the first Integrative Medicine Department in an academic medical center. Her current departmental focus is to develop new interdisciplinary integrative medical initiatives. Dr. Lee recently completed a seven year term as Medical Director at Beth Israel’s Center for Health and Healing (CCHH), a nationally acclaimed academic model for innovative health care that blendsalternative and conventional medicine from a science based perspective. Dr.Lee is a recognized expert on the use of alternative, integrative therapiesand botanical supplements in optimizing wellness and managing of chronicdisease. She is currently developing new strategies for stress managementthat incorporate a unique blend of mind/body exercises, lifestyle changes andbotanical supplements. She is author of The SuperStress Solution (2010).Topics: From Outpatient to Inpatient Care: Transforming the Landscapeof Integrative Health at the Center for Health and Healing; The IntegrativePractitioner’s Therapeautic Toolbox; Integrative Medicine Practice Models ofIntegration Discussion Panel
  • 9. Lourdes Lorenz, MSN-IH, RN, AHN-BC, NEA-BC, HTPa is the Director of Integrative Healthcare at Mission Hospital in Asheville, North Carolina. She has been an RN for almost 30 years with extensive experience in critical care. Ms. Lorenz is currently working towards her doctorate in Healthcare Administration. She is board certified as an Advanced Holistic Nurse, Advanced Nurse Executive, and is a Healing Touch apprentice. Lourdes oversees theinpatient, community outreach, and research developed by the IntegrativeHealthcare Department. She is a well-known nursing educator who receivesrave reviews for her promotion of holistic nursing and evidence-basedcomplementary modalities.Lourdes has provided presentations at the national meeting for the AmericanHolistic Nurses Association and at the Healing Touch Program. She waspublished in 2009 in the Journal of Emergency Nursing. Ms. Lorenz servesas a member of the Health Advisory Council for the Institute of EmergingIssues, a public policy institution in Raleigh, NC, and on several non-profitcommunity boards. In September 2011 she was appointed to the AmericanNurses Association Congress to participate on the Council for NursingPractice and Economics and elected to serve on the Leadership Council forthe American Holistic Nurses Association.Topic: Thriving in an Era of ACOs and PCMHs Danna Park, MD, FAAP, FACP specializes in Integrative Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dr. Park received her B.A. cum laude in French from the University of Richmond, Virginia and received her M.D. degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. She completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA and is Board-certified in both specialties. Sheis a graduate of the Residential Fellowship in Integrative Medicine at theUniversity of Arizona, one of the first and oldest clinical integrative medicinefellowships offered in the United States.
  • 10. Danna holds faculty positions in the Department of Family Medicine atUNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine and in Integrative Medicine at theUniversity of Arizona. Danna has particular interests in guided imageryand clinical hypnosis, vitamins and supplements, and wellness for healthcareproviders. Dr. Park is currently Medical Director of the Integrative HealthcareDepartment at Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC.Topics: What’s in the Bottle? Assessing Multivitamin Quality for YourPatients; Integrative Medicine Practice Models of Integration PanelDiscussion; Integrative Approaches to Coronary Artery Disease Ian Paskowski, DC is the Medical Director for the Spine Care Program at Jordan Hospital. His responsibilities include development and implementation of efficient healthcare system processes leading quality patient care and value added patient service across the continuum of spine care. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Hospital Physician Association, Jordan Physician Associates and is the Co-Chairperson for Jordan Hospital Continuing Medical Education. Hisresearch interests include developing patient centered, quality driven, andsustainable health care pathways that are suitable for the Accountable CareOrganization movement.Topics: Jordan Hospital Spine Care: Can Healthcare be Patient-Centered,Accountable, Quality-Based and Sustainable?; Integrative Medicine PracticeModels of Integrative Panel Discussion
  • 11. Ralph Snyderman, MD, Chancellor Emeritus and James B. Duke Professor of Medicine served as Duke University’s Chancellor for Health Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine from 1989 to July 2004. Dr. Snyderman has played a leading role in the conception and development of Prospective Care, a novel approach to personalized health care and an evolving model of national health care delivery. He was among the first to envision and articulate the need tomove the current focus of health care from treatment of disease events topersonalized, predictive, preventative and participatory care.Dr. Snyderman publicly supported the planning and visioning of the DukeCenter for Integrative Medicine, which officially opened in 2000 and recruitednational leaders to lead this initiative. He has been a strong national advocatefor integrative medicine and an unparalleled visionary leader building andsustaining progress in the mission of returning caring and a focus on healthand wellness to medicine. Snyderman chaired the Institute of Medicine’sSummit on Integrative Medicine and the Health of the Public in 2009, whichbrought together over 600 individuals to discuss integrative approaches tohealth care. It was widely regarded as a seminal point for the development ofmore coherent and effective approaches to health care reform.Topic: Integrative Medicine as the Framework for Personalization of HealthCare Kevin Sowers, RN, MSN FAAN currently serves as President of Duke University Hospital. He joined Duke Hospital in 1985 and has been in leadership roles with Duke University Health System over the last 20 years. He has served as Chief Operating Officer for Duke University Hospital for seven years. Sowers received his BSN from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio and his MSN from Duke University School of Nursing. He is internationally known for his lectures and writings on the issues of leadership, organizationalchange, mentorship and cancer care. Sowers has also served in a variety ofleadership roles at the national level within the Oncology Nursing Society,most recently as President of the ONS Foundation, and is presently thePresident of the NC Triangle Affiliate Board, Susan G. Komen for the Cure.Topic: The Power of One
  • 12. Andrew Weil, MD is a world-renowned leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, a healing oriented approach to health care which encompasses body, mind, and spirit. Combining a Harvard education and a lifetime of practicing natural and preventive medicine, Dr. Weil is the founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, where he is also a Clinical Professor of Medicine and Professor ofPublic Health and the Lovell-Jones Professor of Integrative Rheumatology. Dr.Weil received both his medical degree and his undergraduate AB degree inbiology (botany) from Harvard University.Dr. Weil is an internationally-recognized expert for his views on leading ahealthy lifestyle, his philosophy of healthy aging, and his critique of the futureof medicine and health care. Approximately 10 million copies of Dr. Weil’sbooks have been sold, including Spontaneous Happiness; Spontaneous Healing;8 Weeks to Optimum Health; Eating Well for Optimum Health; The HealthyKitchen; Healthy Aging; and Why Our Health Matters.Topic: Integrative Health State of the Nation
  • 13. CreditCMEAccreditation: The Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC) isaccredited by the North Carolina Medical Society to sponsor continuingeducation for physicians.Credit: The Mountain Area Health Education Center designates this liveactivity for a maximum of 13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ (6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ for Saturday and 6.75 AMAPRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ for Sunday). Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.Disclosure Statement: MAHEC adheres to the ACCME Standards regardingindustry support to continuing medical education. Disclosure of faculty andcommercial support relationships, if any, will be made known at the time ofthe activity.AAFPApplication for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy ofFamily Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.CNEThe Mountain Area Health Education Center’s Department of Nursing Education isan Approved Provider of continuing nursing education by the North Carolina NursesAssociation, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’sCommission on Accreditation.This activity will provide 13.5 CNE Contact Hours Participants mustattend entire activity to receive credit. No partial credit is given for thisactivity.MAHEC adheres to the ANCC/ACCME Standards regarding industrysupport to continuing nursing education. Disclosure of presenters, planners,and commercial support relationships, if any, will be made known at the timeof the activity.
  • 14. Mental HealthMAHEC is a Provider approved by NAADAC Approved Education ProviderProgram. Provider #647. Full attendance is required to receive credit fromNAADAC. 13.5 hours.MAHEC is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and aco-sponsor of this event. MAHEC may offer NBCC-approved clock hours forevents that meet NBCC requirements. Sessions for which NBCC-approvedclock hours will be awarded are identified in the program bulletin. The ACEPis solely responsible for all aspects of the program.Psychologists: MAHEC is recognized by the North Carolina PsychologyBoard as an approved provider of Category A Continuing Education for NorthCarolina Licensed Psychologists. Full attendance is required to receive creditfrom the NC Psychology Board. 13.5 hours.Sessions that qualify for NBCC and Psychologists credit are:Plenary events and Breakout Sessions 1E, 2F, 3E, 4E, 4F Pharmacy Education The University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education.This program, ACPE 0046-9999-12-099-L04-P will provide 6.75 contact hourson day one and ACPE 0046-9999-12-100-L04-P will provide 6.75 hours on daytwo for a total of 13.5 of continuing education. Statements of Credit will bemailed to all registrants upon completion of the program. In order to receiveCE credit, attendance must be acknowledged at the registration desk uponarrival at the program. Participants will evaluate this program using a standardevaluation form.CEUThe Mountain Area Health Education Center designates this continuingeducation activity as meeting the criteria for 1.4 CEUs as established by theNational Task force on the Continuing Education Units. You must attend theentire workshop to receive CEUs.
  • 15. ChiropractorsThe North Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners has approved thiseducational activity for 13.5 total hours (6.75 hours for Saturday and6.75 hours for Sunday).Dieticians/NutritionistsThis program has been approved for 15.0 contact hours by the CertifyingBoard for Dietary Managers (CBDM). DMA Approval number 146738.This program has been approved for13.0 CPE hours for major sessions and 2CPE hours for exhibits by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).Physical TherapyMAHEC, as part of the NC AHEC system, is a NCBPTE-approved providerof continuing competence for activities directly related to physical therapy.NCBPTE: 13.0 total contact hours (6.5 contact hours for Saturdayand 6.5 contact hours for Sunday). Massage Therapists MAHEC is approved by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider. 13.5 total hours (6.75 hours for Saturday and 6.75 hours for Sunday.)
  • 16. LodgingA list of area hotels offering special rates for attendees of this conference canbe found on the online registration page, keyword “integrative”.Directions to Wilma M. Sherrill CenterFrom the East on I-40Pick up I-240 towards Asheville. Take I-240 to Merrimon Ave (US-25). Turnleft at 3rd light (W.T. Weaver Blvd) and proceed to traffic circle and UNCAsheville entrance. Go up hill and at top of hill, make a right on to UniversityHeights. Take University Heights to first left and proceed to bottom of hill.At bottom of hill, make a right on Campus Drive. The Sherrill Center &Kimmel Arena are located in the back of the parking deck on the left.From South or West on I-26 or I-40Take I-240 towards Asheville as you cross the river, move into left lane. TakeUS I-26 North proceed one mile to UNC Asheville exit. Turn right at thebottom of the exit ramp and proceed to the first traffic light. Take a left onto Campus Drive. You will go up a hill and the Sherrill Center & KimmelArena will be on your right.Cancellation PolicyCancellations received at least two weeks in advance of the program datewill receive a full refund unless otherwise noted. Cancellations receivedbetween two weeks and up to 48 hours prior to the program date willreceive a 70% refund or full credit toward a future MAHEC program unlessotherwise noted. No refunds will be given for cancellations received lessthan 48 hours prior to the program date. Substitutes are welcome butplease notify us in advance of the program. All cancellations must be madein writing (fax, mail or e-mail).
  • 17. Saturday, October 20, 20126:30-8:00am Check-In, Continental Breakfast and Exhibits8:00-8:15am Opening Remarks8:15-9:15am Integrative Healthcare State of the Nation with Andrew Weil, MD9:15-10:30am Care Coordination of the Future with Barbara Dossey, PhD, RN10:30-11:00am Break and Exhibits11:00-12:15pm Reinventing Medicine: A New Era with Larry Dossey, MD12:15-1:30pm Lunch and Exhibits1:30-2:45pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 1A-1F (choose one)2:45-3:15pm Break and Exhibits3:15-4:30pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 2A-2F (choose one)4:45-5:30pm IM Practice Models of Integration Panel Discussion with Bongaard, MD; Coeytaux, MD; Halvorson, DC; Lee, MD; Park, MD; Paskowski, DC moderated by Mark Hoch, MD5:30pm Evaluation and Adjourn
  • 18. Medical Home Delivery Models Clinical Hot Topics Integrative Treatment Tools1:30-2:45pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 1A-1F (choose one) Jordan Hospital Spine Care: Can Healthcare be Patient- 1A Centered, Accountable, Quality-Based and Sustainable? Ian Paskowski, DC Using Group Visits and Open Access Scheduling to Achieve 1B Outcomes in Primary Care Steven Crane, MD Nutritional Considerations in Coronary Artery Disease 1C Alan Gaby, MD Common (and Uncommon) Approaches to the 1D Common Cold and Flu Russ Greenfield, MD 1E Caring Made Visible: Promoting Wholeness and Healing Kristen Swanson, PhD, RN Case Studies: Using New Tools to Manage Chronic 1F Disease Patients Bridget Bongaard, MD3:15-4:30pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 2A-2F (choose one) From Outpatient to Inpatient Care:Transforming the Landscape 2A of Integrative Health at the Center for Health and Healing Roberta Lee, MD 2B Thriving in an Era of ACOs and PCMHs Lourdes Lorenz, RN, MSN What’s in the Bottle?: Assessing Multivitamin Quality 2C for your Patients Danna Park, MD Probiotics and Other Nutrients for Immune Stimulation 2D Alan Baumgarten, MD Acupuncture Research: Evidence-Based Medicine 2E Cissy Majebe, OMD 2F Healing Through Art: One Woman’s Journey Kathryn Kirkpatrick, PhDEach Concurrent Breakout Session includes 15 minutes of Q&A time.
  • 19. Sunday, October 21, 20126:30-8:00am Check-In, Continental Breakfast and Exhibits8:00-8:15am Opening Remarks8:15-9:30am Integrative Medicine as the Framework for Personalization of Health Care with Ralph Snyderman, MD9:30-10:30am The Integrative Medicine Practitioner’s Therapeutic Toolbox with Roberta Lee, MD10:30-11:00am Break and Exhibits11:00-12:00pm Top 10 Nutrients: An Evidence-Based Review with Alan Gaby, MD12:00-1:15pm Lunch and Exhibits1:15-2:30pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 3A-3F (choose one)2:30-3:00pm Break and Exhibits3:00-4:15pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 4A-4F (choose one)4:30-5:30pm The Power of One with Kevin W. Sowers, RN, MSN, FAAN5:30pm Evaluation and Adjourn
  • 20. Medical Home Delivery Models Clinical Hot Topics Integrative Treatment Tools1:15-2:30pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 3A-3F (choose one) A Holistic Approach to Primary Care: Providing Personalized 3A Healthcare at NorthEast Internal and Integrative Medicine Bridget Bongaard, MD PCMH: Achieving the Recognition and Implementing 3B the Concepts Alan Baumgarten, MD Integrative Approaches to Coronary Artery Disease 3C Danna Park, MD 3D Hormone Restoration: A How-To Guide John Clark, PharmD 3E Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Lindsay Bridges, MD 3F Chiropractic: Where Being Manipulated is a Good Thing James Halvorson, DC3:00-4:15pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions 4A-4F (choose one) Lessons Learned and Visions of the Future:The Founding and 4A Nurturing of Chapel Hill Doctors Integrative Health Center Remy Coeytaux, MD 4B Thriving in an Era of ACOs and PCMHs Lourdes Lorenz, RN, MSN 4C Nutrition Update Including New Information on Vitamin D Alan Gaby, MD Functional Medicine: A new ‘Operating System’ for 4D Complex, Chronic Diseases Patrick Hanaway, MD Healing Touch in the Clinical Setting 4E Denise Anthes, BSN, MBA Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture: An Integral Approach 4F to Anxiety and Depression James Whittle, MS, LACEach Concurrent Breakout Session includes 15 minutes of Q&A time.
  • 21. 5TH ANNUAL PARTNERING WESTERN MEDICINE AND INTEGRATIVE HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE OCTOBER 20-21, 2012 Registration Forms (please print)Name__________________________________________________________________________Credentials_____________________________________________________________________Last 4 digits Social Security # (required)_______________________________________________Occupation_____________________________________________________________________Home Address__________________________________________________________________City____________________________________State________________Zip_________________Home County___________________________________________________________________Home Phone #___________________________Work #_________________________________E-mail Address___________________________________________________________________Employer_______________________________________________________________________Department_____________________________________________________________________Employer’s Address_______________________________________________________________City____________________________________State________________Zip_________________Work County__________________________________ #13MEO18/36940Brochures mailed to my:  Home  E-mail  Please remove me from MAHEC mailing list Vegetarian meal requestedPharmacists Please Complete:e-Profile ID:_____________________________________ Birthday (MM/YY)_________________ Select One Session From Each GroupSaturday Session 1:30-2:45pm Sunday Session 1:15-2:30pm 1A Jordan Hospital Spine Care  3A Holistic Approach to Primary Care 1B Group Visits, Open Access Scheduling  3B PCMH Recognition and Concepts 1C Nutritional Consideration in CAD  3C Integrative Approaches to CAD 1D Approaches to Common Cold, Flu  3D Hormone Restoration 1E Caring Made Visible  3E Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction 1F New Tools for Managing Chronic Disease  3F Chiropractic ManipulationSaturday Session 3:15-4:30pm Sunday Session 3:00-4:15pm 2A Transforming Integrative Health Landscape  4A Lessons Learned & Visions of the Future 2B Era of ACOs and PCMHs  4B Era of ACOs and PCMHs 2C What’s in the Bottle  4C Nutrition Update 2D Probiotics and Other Nutrients  4D Functional Medicine 2E Acupuncture Research  4E Healing Touch 2F Healing through Art  4F Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
  • 22. Until July 31l $399 for Physiciansl $299 for Non-MDl $199 for Medical Residentsl $150 for StudentsAugust 1 to August 31l $425 for Physiciansl $325 for Non-MDl $225 for Medical Residentsl $175 for Students Snap this QRSeptember 1 to October 20l $450 for Physicians code for onlinel $350 for Non-MD registrationl $250 for Medical Residentsl $200 for StudentsMethod of Paymentl Employer will mail fee (fax registration now!)l Check enclosed payable to MAHECPlease charge my: l Visa l MasterCard l Discover l American ExpressAccount #______________________________________________________________________Expiration Date__________________________________________________________________3-Digit Security Code on Back of Card________________________________________________Name on Card__________________________________________________________________Signature_______________________________________________________________________Submit Forms• Fax these two yellow pages to 828-257-4768• Mail these two yellow pages, along with your check, to: MAHEC Registration, 121 Hendersonville Road, Asheville, NC 28803• Register online at (keyword: integrative)Questions?About Registration — Call 828-257-4475.About the Conference — Contact Misty Garren, MHS (Course Director)at 828-257-4478 or email
  • 23. Mountain Area Health Education Center NONPROFIT ORGRegional Services US POSTAGE PAID121 Hendersonville Rd. ASHEVILLE NCAsheville, NC 28803 PERMIT NO.