Carmel Valley Ranch, CA • October 25 - 27, 2013
80
t h
NCOS Annual Meeting
10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ of Continuin...
Northern California Orthopaedic Society
80
t h
NCOS Annual MeetingCarmel Valley Ranch • One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, CA • O...
Northern California Orthopaedic Society
80
t h
NCOS Annual MeetingCarmel Valley Ranch • One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, CA • O...
PRESORTED
FIRST CLASS
US POSTAGE
PAID
OAKLAND, CA
PERMIT NO. 591
Statement of learning Objectives:
As a participant of thi...
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80th NCOS Annual Meeting

  1. 1. Carmel Valley Ranch, CA • October 25 - 27, 2013 80 t h NCOS Annual Meeting 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ of Continuing Medical Education Northern California Orthopaedic Society NCOS
  2. 2. Northern California Orthopaedic Society 80 t h NCOS Annual MeetingCarmel Valley Ranch • One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, CA • October 25-27, 2013 Clinical & Scientific Program • 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(s)TM pre-Authorization Barak Mevorak, M.D., Advanced Medical Review preparing for Healthcare Reform Barak Mevorak, M.D., Advanced Medical Review IGOT/International Orthopaedics Richard Coughlin, M.D., UC San Francisco updateonInternetAdvertising&SearchOptimization David Nelson, M.D., Marin General Hospital Sunday, October 27, 2013 7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast & Exhibit Viewing 8:00 a.m. Introduction & Welcome, Trigg McClellan, M.D. SESSIOn FIVE: TRAuMA Moderator: Amir Matityahu, MD Evaluation of pelvic Fractures-Which Can Be Treated nonoperatively? Swapnil Shah, Highlands Hosptial Computer Assisted navigation: Ready for your OR? Amir Matityahu, M.D., UC San Francisco Clavicle Fractures: What is new & Would Work for you? Curt Comstock, M.D., Santa Clara Valley Medical Center 9:00 a.m. SESSIOn SIx: RESIDEnT AWARD pApERS Moderator: Kenneth Hunt, M.D. Select Residents from northern California Orthopaedic Surgery programs 9:30 a.m. SESSIOn SEVEn: SpORTS Moderator: John Costouros, M.D. Shoulder Instability: Resurgence of the latarjetTechnique Jim Kelly, M.D., San Francisco Shoulder, Elbow & Hand Clinic labral lift for Multidirectional Instability Colin Eakin, M.D., Palo Alto Medical Foundation SlApTears in Overhead Athletes Kenneth Akizuki, M.D., Sportsmed Orthopaedic Group 10:30 a.m. Morning Break & Exhibit Viewing 11:00 a.m. SESSIOn EIGHT: uppER ExTREMITy Moderator: James Kelly, M.D. proximal Humerus Fractures: From Minimally to Maximally Invasive John Costouros, M.D., Stanford What's new in the Management of Elbow Fractures Mark Schrumpf, M.D., San Francisco Shoulder Elbow & Hand Clinic What's new in the Management of Distal Radius Fracture Edward Diao, M.D., UC San Francisco 12:00 p.m. SESSIOn nInE: HOT TOpICS In 2013 - ClInICAl pARADIGMS Moderator: Kenneth Hunt, M.D. MIS for Thoracolumbar Trauma Murat Pekmezci, MD, UC San Francisco Stemless Shoulder Arthroplasty John Costouros, M.D., Stanford Clinical Results of platelet Rich plasma Therapy Allan Mishra, M.D., Menlo Medical Clinic 1:00 p.m. Adjourn Friday, October 25, 2013 1:00 – 6:30 p.m. Registration, Foyer Area 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Case Controversies & Discussion: Stump the Chumps Moderator: Trigg McClellan, M.D. Trauma, Amir Matityahu, M.D., UC San Francisco Foot/Ankle, Andrew Haskell, M.D., Palo Alto Medical Foundation Arthroplasty, Erik Hansen, M.D., UC San Francisco Tumor, Raffi Avedian, M.D., Stanford 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Welcome Reception & Exhibit Viewing Saturday, October 26, 2013 7:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast & Exhibit Viewing 8:00 a.m. Introduction & Welcome, Trigg McClellan, M.D. SESSIOn OnE: HIp & KnEE ARTHROplASTy Moderator: Eric Meinberg, MD Outcomes Following InfectedTotal Joint Managment Eric Hansen, M.D., UC San Francisco Metal on Metal Hip Implants in Women James Hartford, M.D., Palo Alto Medical Foundation A Comparison of Modular Tapered vs. Modular Cylindrical Stems for Complex Femoral Revisions Robert Mayle, M.D., Sutter San Francisco Dental prophylaxis Guidelines: MSK Infection Richard O'Donnell, M.D., UC San Francisco Meniscal transplantation in former elite athletes: An alternative to arthroplasty? Kevin Stone, M.D., The Stone Clinic 9:00 a.m. SESSIOn TWO: FOOT & AnKlE Moderator: Kenneth Hunt, M.D. Syndesmosis Injuries in the Athletic population: new Techniques & Treatment Outcomes Kenneth Hunt, M.D., Stanford Chronic Ankle Instability: Anatomic ligament ReconstructionfortheActiveCalifornianpopulation Eric Giza, M.D., UC Davis Ankle Replacement vs. Fusion: Comparison of Outcomes Andrew Haskell, M.D., Palo Alto Medical Foundation Osteochondral lesions of the Talus: Current Treatment Outcomes Todd Kim, M.D., Sutter Burlingame 10:00 a.m. Morning Break & Exhibit Viewing 10:30 a.m. SESSIOn THREE: QuAlITy & OuTCOME Moderator: Steve Pinney, M.D. Impact of Hospitalist Co-Management on Medical Outcomes after THA and TKA James Huddleston, M.D., Stanford TheThirdBucketofHealthCare: StrategiesforEffective Orthopaedic Care in the new World of Health Care Stephen Pinney, M.D., UC San Francisco Tips and Tricks to Giving a Quality presentation David Nelson, M.D., Marin General Hospital 11:30 a.m. SESSIOn FOuR: HOT TOpICS In 2013 - pRACTICE MAnAGEMEnT & HEAlTHCARE REFORM Moderator: Eric Meinberg, MD All General Sessions in Redwood A&B ● All Refreshments & Exhibit Viewing in Oak Room
  3. 3. Northern California Orthopaedic Society 80 t h NCOS Annual MeetingCarmel Valley Ranch • One Old Ranch Road, Carmel, CA • October 25-27, 2013 Registration Form (Please retain a copy of this form for your records) First Name: ____________________________________________ Last Name: _________________________________Suffix________________ Mailing Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: ________________________________________________________________ State: ________________ Zip: _______________________ Daytime Phone: __________________________________________ Fax: _________________________________________________________ Email Address: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mail or Fax Completed Registration and payment To: Northern California Orthopaedic Society (NCOS) 77 Solano Square, PMB #192 Benicia, CA 94510 (707) 297-6576 Phone • 707-361-0403 Fax email: karmi@norcalortho.com Please check all that apply: Ì NCOS Physician Member (Must be a member in good standing to qualify or non-member fee will be charged) ..........................$345 Ì Physician Non-Member........................................................................................................................................................................................................$545 Ì Residents & Fellows..................................................................................................................................................................................................................$50 (Physicians who are currently pursuing training in a recognized orthopaedic surgeon residency or fellowship that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and is located in the state of California.) Ì Non-Physician Registration ................................................................................................................................................................................................$345 (Licensed Physical Therapists, Nurses, OR Technicians, etc.) Method of payment: TOTAL ___________ Ì Check Enclosed for $_________ Ì VISA or MasterCard Credit Card Number: _______________/_______________/_______________/_______________ 3 Digit Security Code______________ Signature: ___________________________________________________________________ Expiration: ____________/__________ The Northern California Orthopaedic Society (NCOS) 80th Annual Meeting program sessions are open to registrants who are physicians, staff who are employed by physicians that are members of NCOS in good standing and Licensed Physical Therapists, Nurses, OR Technicians, etc. To inquire about membership in NCOS, please call (707) 297-6576 or email to karmi@norcalortho.com. Annual Meeting Registration Fee Schedule Refund policy: All refund requests are subject to a $25 administrative charge. Refunds will be issued if written cancellation is received by October 11, 2013. Registration is non-refundable after October 11, 2013. Hotel Reservations - nCOS Group Rate of $385 NCOS offers an incredible discounted rate of $385 for this newly remodeled property that is sure to be a desirable destination resort for you, your guest or your family. Rooms selected for the NCOS are suites that include a separate living area and sleeper sofa, spacious bathrooms, in-room Keurig coffee system and a beautiful bedroom with fireplace and patio.   The hotel offers many amenities for the entire family - for property details please visit www.carmelvalleyranch.com. To make your reservation call (855) 687-7262. Or online: Log in to www.carmelvalleyranch.com. Go to Reservations, input arrival date & number of nights. Go to Groups and enter your Attendee Code: NORTHO (system will ask you again to input arrival and departure date). Choose room type and confirm your reservation. Guestroomsare"clustered"throughouttheproperty-pleasecontactthehoteldirectlyat(831)625-9500andask for Reservations if you prefer a room that is closest to the meeting facility.   Please be sure to reference the Northern California Orthopaedic Society.  This group rate of $385 is only available until October 10 or when the block sells out. A $25 resort fee per room, per night (subject to change) includes the following: Bell porterage, Housekeeping gratuity,IndividualtransportationfromTheLodgetoTheRiverRanch,In-RoomwirelessInternetaccess,In-Room “Ranch Snacks” and waters, refreshed daily, Individual business center usage, Lodge fitness center access, River Ranchaccess,Individualdailyactivities,Individualguidedhikes,Dailynewspaperdelivery&Localtelephonecalls. £££ For more information on the Carmel Valley Ranch, please visit www.carmelvalleyranch.com.
  4. 4. PRESORTED FIRST CLASS US POSTAGE PAID OAKLAND, CA PERMIT NO. 591 Statement of learning Objectives: As a participant of this CME activity, learners will: • Increase knowledge of recent medical advances in the diagnosis, management and treatment of hip and knee reconstruction, and procedures to the shoulder, elbow, knee and cartilage. • Review, interpret, and summarize new clinical, scientific and research information in the study of Orthopaedic surgery. • Learn and improve techniques that will allow the physician to offer the best treatment options and care to patients. • Expand their expertise in select practical aspects of Orthopaedic surgery care to patients in the specific areas of trauma,hip reconstruction,sports medicine and upper extremities. • Compare and contrast methods in order to fully assess patient needs and treatment options. • Improve their overall standards of practice. Accreditation Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) and the Northern California Orthopaedic Society. FORE is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. FORE designates this activity for a maximum of 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Kenneth Hunt, M.D., 80th Annual Meeting Co-Chair Eric Meinberg, M.D., 80th Annual Meeting Co-Chair nCOS Board of Directors President, Trigg McClellan, M.D. Past President, John Costouros, M.D. Treasurer, James Kelly, II, M.D. Secretary, Emilie Cheung, M.D. Al Bolanos, M.D. Christopher Cox, M.D. Kenneth Hunt, M.D. M. Catherine Jasan, M.D. Elly LaRoque, M.D. Richard O'Donnell, M.D. 77 Solano Square, PMB #192 Benicia, CA 94510 Address Service Requested Golf Course at Carmel Valley Ranch 80th NCOS Annual Meeting 80th NCOS Annual Meeting Northern California Orthopaedic Society NCOS Northern California Orthopaedic Society NCOS

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