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    • Internal Medicine 2014 Orlando, Florida Scientific Meeting | April 10-12 Pre-Courses | April 8-9 im2014.acponline.org Fulfill MOC Requirements. See page 11 to learn all the ways Int erna l Medicine 2014 can he lp you.
    • Great Meeting Invest in yourself by attending Internal Medicine 2014. Internal Medicine 2014 gives internists access to up-to-date, sophisticated, and evidence-based approaches to clinical care. The sessions are presented by the very best course faculty selected from across the United States. Each physician can select the content that is pertinent to them, including sessions targeted for outpatient medicine, hospital medicine, and the maintenance of certification exam. Physicians can also choose the learning method they feel is best, including lecture, small group, and workshop formats. For me personally, the opportunity to learn with and from fellow attendees is what makes the meeting so special. —Janet Pregler, MD, FACP Chair, Internal Medicine 2014 Scientific Program Committee N Exceptional Educational Content N World-Class Faculty N Networking Events N Variety of Learning Formats 2 im2014.acponline.org
    • Great City Orlando is often called “The City Beautiful,” a title earned by its scenic beauty. With nearly 100 family-friendly attractions, state-of-the-art theme parks, and a wide array of dining options, this city is an exceptional destination. Table of Contents Pre-Courses ............................................4 Special Events .......................................42 MOC Points ...........................................11 Early Career Physicians, Resident/Fellow Members, and Medical Students............43 CME Information ....................................12 Scientific Program Sessions ...................13 Hospitalist Track.....................................20 Schedule Planner...................................22 Fullfill State CME Requirements..............34 Exhibit Hall and Symposia .....................44 Guest Program ......................................46 Advance Registration Instructions ..........47 Travel Information...................................49 Housing Information...............................50 Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center...........................................36 Shuttle Bus Schedule.............................52 Reserved Sessions ................................40 Registration Forms.................................53 im2014.acponline.org 3
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) Key: Cost if you register before 1/31/2014 Cost if you register on/after 1/31/2014 Pre-Courses ACP Member Resident/Fellow Member Nonmember Intern*, Resident*, Research Fellow* All Other Nonmembers PRE 1401 Diabetes for the Internist • Tues PRE 1402 Advances in Therapy • Tues PRE 1403 Cardiology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1404 Hospital Medicine• Wed $229 $309 $129 $209 $229 $309 $389 $469 $458 $538 $258 $338 $458 $538 $778 $858 $115 $155 $65 $105 $115 $155 $195 $235 PRE 1405 Neurology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1406 Gastroenterology and Hepatology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1407 ICD-10 Boot Camp • Wed PRE 1408 The Art of Leadership • Tues & Wed PRE 1409 Critical Care Medicine 2014 • Tues & Wed PRE 1410 MOC Exam Preparation • Tues & Wed PRE 1411 2012 Update in IM, Module C0-M • Tues a.m. PRE 1412 2012 Update HM, Module 83-M • Tues p.m. PRE 1413 2013 Update IM, Module C0-P • Wed a.m. PRE 1414 2013 Update HM, Module 83-P • Wed p.m. * Verification letter required. Please Note: Beverage service will not be provided. Beverages, breakfast, and lunch will be available for purchase at several venues in the Convention Center. Complimentary Industry-Supported Lunch Symposia may be available on Tuesday and Wednesday. Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit–see page 12. Diabetes for the Internist PRE 1401 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Diana B. McNeill, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC The management of patients with diabetes can be complicated and varies by age and gender. This Pre-Course will discuss the practical management of diabetes as patients transition through the life cycle. Diabetes management issues related to care for the young adult, pregnant woman, middle-aged patient with comorbid medical problems, and older adults will be discussed. Finally, as the growing population of diabetic patients enters our health care system, the role of care teams in the management of these patients and the evidence behind the success of such management will be discussed. 4 Learning Objectives: 1. Recognize and manage diabetic patients from young adults to the elderly. 2. Discuss gestational diabetes and the role of the internist in diagnosis and management. 3. Learn strategies to manage comorbid medical issues and diabetes in clinical practice, with specific attention to perioperative management, cardiac disease, renal disease, and liver disease. 4. Discuss management of the older adult with diabetes and dementia. 5. Understand the care team model of diabetes management, including implementation and outcome assessment. im2014.acponline.org
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) Advances in Therapy PRE 1402 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Douglas S. Paauw, MD, MACP Professor of Medicine, Rathmann Family Foundation Endowed Chair for Patient-Centered Clinical Education, Department of Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA This Pre-Course will focus on pearls to help the practicing internist use drug therapies in the most effective manner. Newer medications and new uses for older medications will be covered. Current recommendations for “best therapy” for different diseases will also be covered. Common side effects of medications will be emphasized. Faculty will Cardiology for the Internist 2014— “The Key Points” PRE 1403 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Howard H. Weitz, MD, FACC, MACP Bernard L. Segal Professor of Medicine, Director, Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA David L. Fischman, MD, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA This Pre-Course will provide a focused update of the diagnostic, preventive, and therapeutic approaches to the patient at risk for, or with known, cardiovascular disease. Expert clinician-educators will focus on the cardiovascular disease issues with which internists are most frequently faced and will provide key points to update the audience and foster patient care. Subjects covered will include identification and management of acute and chronic coronary artery disease, optimal treatment of congestive heart failure, risk assessment and risk reduction for the patient with cardiac disease who undergoes noncardiac surgery, approach to the patient with valvular heart disease, use of the novel antithrombotic and anticoagulant agents for the patient with cardiovascular disease, basic venous disease for the internist, and a discussion of the approach to the patient with newonset chest pain. im2014.acponline.org provide practical information on therapy for common symptoms, pulmonary therapies, diabetes, infectious diseases, and drug interactions. Learning Objectives: 1. Prescribe appropriate drug therapies for diseases commonly seen in the office. 2. Understand the current uses of older drugs and newly released drugs. 3. Review the risk, benefit, and cost of various therapies, especially newer medications. 4. Gain better understanding of drug reactions and interactions. Learning Objectives: 1. Develop diagnostic and treatment strategies for patients with coronary artery disease (acute and chronic). 2. Understand the approach to evaluation and treatment of new-onset congestive heart failure. 3. Understand what approaches are effective in decreasing hospital readmission for the patient with chronic congestive heart failure. 4. Become familiar with the ACC/AHA guideline on valvular heart disease. 5. Become familiar with the guidelines for the evaluation and care of the patient with cardiovascular disease who undergoes noncardiac surgery. 6. Understand the diagnostic and therapeutic approach for acute as well as chronic venous disease. 7. Become familiar with the approach to the patient with acute-onset chest pain. 8. Become familiar with indications for, and use of, the new antithrombotic and anticoagulant agents for the patient with cardiovascular disease. 5
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) Hospital Medicine: From Admission to Discharge PRE 1404 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Jamie Newman, MD, FACP Associate Professor, Hospital Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Hospital medicine is a specialty dedicated to the expert management of acutely ill hospital inpatients. Hospitalists are educators, clinicians, researchers, and leaders with a focus on quality, safety, resource utilization, and transitions of care. The approach of this PreCourse will be to address issues in clinical inpatient care, with a hospitalist perspective on management and process improvement. The individual lectures will be framed by the hospitalization of one patient who will be followed from admission to discharge with a case- Neurology for the Internist PRE 1405 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Martin A. Samuels, MD, DSc (Hon), FAAN, MACP, FANA Miriam Sydney Joseph Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School; Chairman, Department of Neurology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA Neurologic complaints comprise an important part of the practice of internal medicine, but over the years the exposure to formal neurologic training as part of internal medicine training has waned. This PreCourse is designed to help internists approach the common neurologic problems seen in their patients and to update them in this rapidly changing field of medicine. A broad view of the spectrum of neurologic disorders seen in the practice of internal medi- 6 based format and will utilize an audience-response system. The faculty, composed of experienced hospitalists from across the United States, will discuss ideal medical management and explore how to minimize the risk for many nosocomial complications. This Pre-Course will present an advanced perspective of hospital medicine. Learning Objectives: 1. Follow a hospitalization from admission to discharge. 2. Review inpatient management of complex medical issues. 3. Assess impact of rapid response teams. 4. Explore the necessary steps to ensure a safe hospitalization. 5. Discuss regulatory and business topics related to inpatient care. cine will be discussed, including the neurologic history and examination, headache, dizziness, altered mental status, and peripheral neurology. Learning Objectives: 1. Take a neurologic history and perform a competent neurologic examination. 2. Recognize the major types of headache and initiate treatment for each of them. 3. Understand the spectrum of dizziness and be able to make the likely diagnosis. 4. Recognize and treat the major movement disorders. 5. Examine the peripheral nervous system and diagnose the major syndromes. 6. Identify the major stroke emergency and initiate appropriate therapy. im2014.acponline.org
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) Gastroenterology and Hepatology for the Internist PRE 1406 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Amy S. Oxentenko, MD, FACG, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN Gastrointestinal complaints are common, and patients will typically present to their internists as the first point of care for such issues. Many conditions within gastroenterology are diagnosed based on symptom-based criteria, and understanding a cost-effective approach to the evaluation and management of such patients is essential, as is recognizing which patients require additional testing. This Pre-Course is designed to assist internists in the practical approach in the evaluation and management of frequently encountered conditions within gastroenterology and hepatology. Topics to be discussed include the appropriate surveillance practice patterns for those with Barrett’s esophagus or colorectal neoplasia, the evaluation and management of pa- im2014.acponline.org tients with suspected celiac disease or irritable bowel syndrome, clinical pearls in the health maintenance of patients with chronic gastrointestinal and liver conditions, and addressing frequently asked questions regarding ordering gastrointestinal endoscopic procedures. Learning Objectives: 1. Recommend appropriate endoscopic surveillance patterns for patients with common gastrointestinal conditions. 2. Recognize the protean manifestations of celiac disease, and understand the appropriate work-up to diagnose the condition. 3. Understand clinical features needed to diagnose irritable bowel syndrome in a costeffective manner. 4. Identify important health maintenance issues in the care of patients with chronic gastrointestinal or liver disorders. 5. Recognize the patients who have special needs when it comes to ordering endoscopic procedures. 7
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) ICD-10 Boot Camp PRE 1407 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Scott Manaker, MD, PhD, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine, Vice Chair for Regulatory Affairs, Department of Medicine, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA This Pre-Course will provide an overview of the 10th revision of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10) and how it compares to ICD-9. Expert faculty will discuss the nuts and bolts of using the new coding system, what your practice needs to do to implement the new system, how to document care to support the new coding system, and the different implications for professional fee billing (from your practice) and facility billing (from your hospital). It will also cover how ICD-10 will affect the metrics, such as patient severity of illness, risk adjustments, quality, and safety, now being applied by Medicare and other payers to rate you and your practice. Topics will include: • How to use the ICD-10 coding system—the structure and heightened specificity required for The Art of Leadership (Presented by the American College of Physician Executives) PRE 1408 Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Barry Silbaugh, MD, MS, FACPE Barbara Linney, MA William Martin, MA, MS, MPH, PsyD, CHES Kevin E. O'Connor, CSP This Pre-Course is a primer on the “need-to-know” leadership skills for success in today’s rapidly changing health care environment.  In this interactive, content-rich and skills-oriented two-day course, participants are given a bird’s-eye view of what makes today’s physician leaders unique and effective. Learn effective management skills and communications styles, how to become both a team member and team leader, and how to build effective work teams. clinical documentation in the new coding system. • How to use general equivalency mappings (GEMs) and backward and forward cross-walks to translate between ICD-9 and ICD-10. • Implementation implications, including dealing with vendors, payers, billing systems, staff training, and quality reporting. • Examination of how ICD-10 will affect the ratings of you and your practice. The Pre-Course will include both didactic components and interactive case studies focusing on notes from patient charts. Key office staff are invited and encouraged to register and attend with physician attendees.r Learning Objectives: 1. Understand what ICD-10 is, how it differs from ICD-9, and how ICD-10 is structured. 2. Learn how to use the coding system and how to document appropriately. 3. Learn what can be done now to ready your practice. 4. Identify tools and resources available to help your transition to ICD-10. Learning Objectives: 1. Clarify leadership goals. 2. Learn the communication style of others in order to influence them. 3. Demonstrate the connections between system leadership goals and what happens at the patient care interface and how those goals must be translated into specific individual and team behaviors at the front lines. 4. Transform a group of individuals into a highly motivated, high-performance team. This Pre-Course is organized and presented by the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE). CME credit will be provided by ACPE and not the American College of Physicians. Instructions for claiming credit through ACPE will be provided at the Pre-Course. The American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American College of Physician Executives designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 8 im2014.acponline.org
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) Critical Care Medicine 2014 PRE 1409 Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Robert A. Balk, MD, MACP Professor of Medicine, Rush Medical College; Director, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL This Pre-Course will provide the opportunity to understand the principles of diagnosis and management of common clinical problems and conditions encountered in the intensive care unit. Particular attention will be placed on the recognition of disease process, acute management of critical illness, and prevention of complications of critical illness in the critically ill adult patient. Topics include acute coronary syndromes and myocardial infarction, acute stroke management, acute respiratory distress syndrome, pulmonary embolism, drug overdose, septic shock, and severe pneumonia. Also discussed will be the manage- Maintenance of Certification Exam Preparation PRE 1410 Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Fred A. Lopez, MD, MACP Richard Vial Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Medicine, LSU School of Medicine, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, LA Marc J. Kahn, MD, MBA, FACP Peterman-Prosser Professor, Senior Associate Dean, Department of Medicine, Hematology/Medical Oncology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA This Pre-Course is designed to help physicians prepare for the ABIM Maintenance of Certification Examination in Internal Medicine. Taught by a faculty of clinician-educators, each an expert in his or her subspecialty, this highly interactive course focuses on content likely to be questioned on the exam. With the aid of an audience-response sys- im2014.acponline.org ment of patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases, approaches to mental status evaluation, fever in the ICU, mechanical ventilatory support of the critically ill patient, and methods for preventing common complications in the critically ill patient. Learning Objectives: 1. Update the internist on common disorders and diseases encountered in the intensive care unit. 2. Review the diagnostic techniques used in the management of the critically ill adult. 3. Discuss recommendations for the management of common critical illnesses encountered in the intensive care unit and prevention of complications of critical illness. tem, faculty engage participants in clinical problem solving that reflects the ABIM examination blueprint. The question-based format serves as a springboard for discussion of important developments across the spectrum of internal medicine. ACP’s MOC Prep Course is an efficient and effective way to refresh your knowledge and get ready for the exam. Learning Objectives: 1. Increase and refresh knowledge of core topics in internal medicine through presentations of common and not-so-common clinical problems. 2. Become adept working through difficult test questions logically and successfully. 3. Implement changes in clinical practice in accordance with recent advances and clinical guidelines. 9
    • Pre-Courses (April 8-9) ABIM Maintenance of Certification Learning Sessions 2012 Update in Internal Medicine, 2013 Update in Internal Medicine, Module C0-M Module C0-P PRE 1411 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-noon PRE 1413 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-noon 2012 Update in Hospital Medicine, Module 83-M 2013 Update in Hospital Medicine, Module 83-P PRE 1412 Tuesday, 1:30-5:30 p.m. PRE 1414 Wednesday, 1:30-5:30 p.m. Gauri Agarwal, MD, FACP Carmella A. Cole, MD, FACP Assistant Professor of Medicine, Assistant Regional Dean for Medical Curriculum, Department of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, FL Associate Chair, Department of Medicine, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC Daniel M. Lichtstein, MD, MACP Assistant Dean for Medical Education, Georgetown Medical School at Washington Hospital Center, Department of Internal Medicine, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC Regional Dean for Medical Education, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Boca Raton, FL These live, self-study sessions are designed to help internists complete the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge modules through group discussion led by expert faculty. An audience-response system is used to enhance the learning experience and encourage participation. On each day, Tuesday and Wednesday, there will be two separate sessions (one in the morning and another in the afternoon). These sessions will cover the 2012 and 2013 Update modules in Internal and Hospital Medicine. Each of the four Update modules qualifies for 10 Maintenance of Certification points in the Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge category. You must register separately for each session that you wish to attend. Each session is designated for 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Deborah Topol, MD, FACP Learning Objectives: 1. Participate in group discussion to determine answers to multiple-choice questions. 2. Complete the module(s) toward fulfillment of the ABIM’s Maintenance of Certification requirements. The American College of Physicians will provide you with a learner’s copy of the ABIM module(s) at the meeting. If you are enrolled in the ABIM’s Maintenance of Certification program, you also must order the module directly from the ABIM by visiting www.abim.org/online. After the Learning Session, submit your answers online to the ABIM for Maintenance of Certification credit. For more information about the ABIM’s Maintenance of Certification program, visit www.abim.org/moc. Note: If you are already enrolled in the ABIM Maintenance of Certification program, there is no additional fee for this official version of the module. If you are not enrolled, you may attend the Learning Session; however, you must enroll before receiving Maintenance of Certification credit for the knowledge module. To enroll, visit www.abim.org/online. 10 im2014.acponline.org
    • Earn MOC Points at Internal Medicine 2014 MOC Modules Earn points toward ABIM’s Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge requirement for Maintenance of Certification (MOC). Attend sessions and complete one, two, or three multiple-choice question modules to earn up to 30 MOC points for no additional fee. Modules will be available beginning in November. Before the meeting, preview the questions and see which topics you need to brush up on. Topics questioned in the modules are referenced to annual meeting presentations. Identify the sessions you’ll want to attend at Internal Medicine 2014 according to your learning needs. Each module: N Contains 30 multiple-choice questions. N Spans a broad range of clinically relevant topics N Is available online free to all meeting at- Cardiology Critical Care Dermatology Endocrinology Gastroenterology Geriatrics Hematology Hospital Medicine Infectious Diseases Nephrology Neurology Oncology Pulmonary Medicine Rheumatology Women’s Health tendees. You don’t have to be enrolled in the ABIM’s MOC program to complete a module, but you have to be enrolled in MOC to earn MOC points. After the meeting, Internal Medicine 2014 attendees may submit their answers. Successful completion of a module (a score of 60% or higher) qualifies for 10 ABIM MOC points. Earn up to 30 MOC points. Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Earn additional MOC points by participating in a number of hands-on workshops in the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center at Internal Medicine 2014. Attendees will be able to claim 2 MOC points for each eligible activity. See page 36 for more information. im2014.acponline.org/MOC im2014.acponline.org 11
    • Continuing Medical Education Internal Medicine 2014 Program Objectives Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit At the conclusion of Internal Medicine 2014, participants should be able to: The American College of Physicians (ACP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. N Assess recent advances in clinical medicine and related sciences in light of the supporting evidence. N Implement changes in clinical practice in accordance with these advances to improve patient care. N Improve their clinical skills in performing the physical examination, communicating with patients, and managing clinical information. N Evaluate changes in the external practice environment and their potential impact on medical practice and patient care, and implement improvements as needed. Who Should Attend Internal Medicine 2014? The meeting is intended for all physicians involved in the practice of internal medicine. This includes general internists, hospitalists, subspecialists in internal medicine, family physicians, general practitioners, and residents and fellows in internal medicine and its subspecialties. Nurse practitioners and physician assistants will find many sessions of interest. Medical students considering careers in internal medicine will benefit from the scope and depth of the program. Attend Internal Medicine 2014 – Fulfill State CME Requirements Attending Internal Medicine 2014 is an excellent way to fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements. Internal Medicine 2014 meets broad-based state CME requirements as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states, e.g., ethics, HIV/AIDS, pain management, and patient safety. For a list of sessions that meet state-specific CME requirements, see pages 34-36. 12 The ACP designates this live activity, Internal Medicine 2014, for a maximum of 31 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The ACP designates live one-half day Pre-Courses for a maximum of 3.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The ACP designates live one-day PreCourses for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The ACP designates live two-day PreCourses for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the United States who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada recognizes conferences and workshops held outside of Canada that are developed by a university, academy, hospital, specialty society, or college as automatically approved as accredited group learning activities. im2014.acponline.org
    • Scientific Program Sessions Cardiology The Abnormal Electrocardiogram: What to Do Next Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, and Lipids Acute Coronary Syndrome: Maximizing Treatment to Improve Outcomes Advanced Preventive Cardiology: Biomarkers for CVD Risk Evaluation New Oral Anticoagulants: Management of Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Venous Thromboembolism Atrial Fibrillation Management News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious? r Noncoronary Vascular Disease Cardiovascular Disease in CKD, Diabetic Nephropathy, and Management of CKD for the Internist The Patient with Chronic Coronary Artery Disease Chest Pain in the Hospital Structural Heart Disease: Assessment and Management in a New Era of Percutaneous Intervention Congestive Heart Failure Update Update in Cardiology Coronary Artery Disease: How to Evaluate Chest Pain Valvular Heart Disease: When Is a Murmur Not Innocent? Hyperuricemia: Emerging Concepts on Cardiovascular Disease and Inflammation Women and Heart Disease Life-Threatening ECGs r Career and Professionalism Anatomy of a Malpractice Case: Lessons Learned to Improve Care Leadership and Career Advancement for International Medical Graduates Annals Articles that Can Change Practice: 2013-2014 Conflict Management and Assertiveness for Women Physicians Maintenance of Certification: Helping the General Internist Navigate the Changes Coping with Daily Challenges in Medicine and Life Management of Patient Expectations in an Era of Dwindling Resources r Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients: Considering Where, When, and How Presentation Skills for Physicians: Making Your Next Teaching Presentation Go Better than Your Last Five Tips for Effectively Managing Work–Life Balance Social Media and Online Professionalism: What Physicians Need to Know How to Get Published Special Issues in Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients The Impaired Physician: Am I My Brother’s (or Sister’s) Keeper?: Ethical Challenges Role Play Variation Reduction: Choosing Wisely in a Fee-for-Service World r Clinical Pharmacology Anesthesiology Essentials for the Surgical Patient: What the Internist Needs to Know Anticoagulation: Everything You Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask Inpatient Pain Management Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Hematology, Pain Management and Palliation, and Men’s Health New Oral Anticoagulants: Management of Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Venous Thromboembolism im2014.acponline.org Pain Management of Noncancer Pain Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care “Toolbox” for Employing Rational Analgesia, Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication r Statin-Related Myopathies and Myalgia: What Are Risk Factors, How to Evaluate and Minimize Risk, When to Rotate to Other Meds, and When to Blame Other Causes? Top 10 Dangerous Medications and Prevention of Medication Errors r Reservations Required 13
    • Scientific Program Sessions Communication Skills Management of Patient Expectations in an Era of Dwindling Resources r Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician r Motivational Interviewing: Skills to Engage Patients and Initiate the Discussion of Substance Abuse in Internal Medicine r Dermatology Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology Dermatologic Manifestations of Systemic Disease Common Dermatologic Complaints: Eczematous Rashes, Vesicular Lesions, & Pruritus Optimal Management of Skin Infections Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Five Tips for Effectively Managing Work-Life Balance Preparing for the ABIM Exam How to Get Published Presentation Skills for Physicians: Making Your Next Teaching Presentation Go Better than Your Last Innovative Funding Sources Maximizing Efficiency: Using Medical Technology in Real Time on the Wards and in the Clinics Technology Update: Maximizing Smartphone Technology in Practice Transitions of Care in Adult Medicine Personalized Medicine vs. Comparative Effectiveness (“Genetics vs. Data”) End-of-Life and Palliative Care Palliative and Hospice Care Palliative Care for the Internist Endocrinology Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both? Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, and Lipids Bariatric Surgery: Who, When, and What Now? New Guidelines for Management of the Diabetic Foot Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Clinical Triad: Endocrinology for the Hospitalist Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting and Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy How Sweet Is This?: Inpatient Management of Diabetes Patients with Type 2 Diabetes: What Hemoglobin A1c Goal Am I Aiming For? Incidental Thyroid Findings: Labs and Imaging Update in Endocrinology Ethics and Health Policy 60 Minutes: Special Report on Hot Issues in Health Policy Breaking the Medical Liability Reform Impasse: New Studies, New Ideas Point a Way Forward The Impaired Physician: Am I My Brother’s (or Sister’s) Keeper?: Ethical Challenges Role Play Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients: Considering Where, When, and How Ethics Year in Review Social Media and Online Professionalism: What Physicians Need to Know Health Care Reform and the Hospitalist 14 Shining Light on the Sunshine Act: Everything You Need to Know Why Is Health Care So Expensive (And What Can Be Done About It)? r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Gastroenterology and Hepatology Bariatric Surgery: Who, When, and What Now? IBD: New Concepts and Treatments Burning Issues in GERD and Barrett’s Esophagus Inpatient GI Sampler: A Case-Based Discussion C. difficile Infection Inpatient Management of the Patient With Cirrhosis Celiac Disease: New Concepts, Testing, and Treatment Chronic Constipation: An Update Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Medicine, and Obesity Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Clinical Triad: Screening for GI Malignancies: Pancreas, Esophagus, and Colon Update in Gastroenterology and Hepatology Evaluation of the Patient with Abnormal Liver Tests (Presented in cooperation with the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases) Geriatric Medicine Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both? Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly: Falls, Cognition, and Driving Safety r Clinical Triad: Aging Issues: Three Things We Don’t Like to Talk About Promoting Successful Aging with Exercise for Older Adults Geriatrics for the Hospitalist Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults Learn How to Rapidly Assess Function, Cognition, and Depression in the Older Adult r Update in Geriatric Medicine Urinary Incontinence in Women Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Who to Screen, How to Treat? Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting & Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy Health Information Technology Best Practices for Optimizing Your EHR: Lessons from the Field C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe and Effective Patient Care Diagnosing EHR Pain: Can I Fix It? Implementing e-Messaging, Non–Visit-Based Care, and Social Media to Engage Patients and Improve Care Implementing Quality Measures and Clinical Guidance into the EHR to Improve Patient Care Maximizing Efficiency: Using Medical Technology in Real Time on the Wards and in the Clinics Preparing for Meaningful Use Stage 2 and Beyond Technology Update: Maximizing Smartphone Technology in Practice Treating EHR Pain: Time to Replace It? Hematology Anemias Commonly Encountered in Clinical Practice Anticoagulation: Everything You Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask New Oral Anticoagulants: Management of Nonvalvular Atrial Fibrillation and Acute Venous Thromboembolism Common Conundrums in Venous Thromboembolism News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Current Concepts in Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism Polycythemia, Thrombocythemia, Leukocytosis: Benign and Malignant Hypercoagulable States: When to Test, When to Treat? Thrombocytopenia: HIT, DIC, TTP, etc. Monoclonal and Polyclonal Gammopathies Transfusion Medicine Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Hematology, Pain Management and Palliation, and Men’s Health Update in Hematology and Oncology im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 15
    • Scientific Program Sessions Hospital Medicine See Hospitalist Track on Page 20. Infectious Diseases Adult Immunization Clinical Update: Ask the Experts C. difficile Infection Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Clinical Triad: Management of Challenging Infectious Diseases in the Ambulatory Care Setting Immunizations and Infections in Immunocompromised Patients on DiseaseModifying Drugs Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Medicine, and Obesity New Guidelines for Management of the Diabetic Foot Emerging Inpatient Infections and Antibiotic Stewardship New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Optimal Management of Skin Infections Hospital HIV Tuberculosis Update in Infectious Diseases Medical Practice Management Adult Immunization Clinical Update: Ask the Experts ICD-10 Implementation: A Practical Roadmap Advanced Coding: Do It Right The Role of Subspecialists in the Patient-Centered Medical Home Coding and Billing 101: Getting Paid for What You Do Shining Light on the Sunshine Act: Everything You Need to Know The Evolution of New Payment Models: How to Prepare and Prosper Small Practice Management Survival Strategies The Hassle Factor: Managing Red Tape and Other Annoyances Think Inside the Box: Hospital Inpatient Coding Medical Student Programs Developing Your CV for Medical Students Stump the Professor Financial Information for Medical Students Nephrology and Hypertension Acute Kidney Injury Best Strategies for the Work-up and Management of Resistant Hypertension Cardiovascular Disease in CKD, Diabetic Nephropathy, and Management of CKD for the Internist Glomerulonephritis: A General Overview of the Diseases–Initial Work-up of Hematuria and Proteinuria Hyponatremia News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines End-Stage Renal Disease Update and Review of Dialysis Modalities, Old and New Update in Nephrology 16 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Scientific Program Sessions Neurology Approach to the Patient with Tremor (Including Movement Disorders) Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Who to Screen, How to Treat? Comprehensive Migraine Education Program (Presented in Cooperation with the American Headache Society and the American Academy of Neurology) Neurologic Critical Care for the Non-neurointensivist Management of TIA and CVA Update in Neurology Neurology for the Hospitalist Oncology Cancer Screening in 2014: An International Perspective Oncologic Emergencies Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, and Lung Cancer Screening Screening in Women: Cervical, Breast, and Ovarian Cancer Clinical Triad: Screening for GI Malignancies: Pancreas, Esophagus, and Colon Update in Hematology and Oncology Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Ophthalmology for the Internist Otology for the Internist: Hearing Loss, Tinnitus, and Vertigo Perioperative Medicine Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine Consult Talk Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Medicine, and Obesity Perioperative Medicine Psychiatry Delirium Depression: Diagnosis and Management A Practical (and Philosophical) Approach to Treating Common Mental Health Problems in the Primary Care Setting Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Who to Screen, How to Treat? William C. Menninger Memorial Award Lecture Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Helping Patients Recover Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Chronic Venous Insufficiency: Management Tips for the Internist Neurologic Critical Care for the Non-neurointensivist Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, and Lung Cancer Screening Sleep Disorders Clinical Triad: Obese and Critically Ill: Special Management Considerations Thermal Dysregulation: More than Fever Evaluation of Dyspnea: “Help Me, Doc, I Can’t Breathe!” Tuberculosis Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Update in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Management of Obstructive Lung Diseases: Asthma and COPD Vent Management im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 17
    • Scientific Program Sessions Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology ANCA-Associated Vasculitis Update and Other Vasculitis Syndromes Central Pain Syndromes: Where the Body Meets the Brain Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting and Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy Hyperuricemia: Emerging Concepts on Cardiovascular Disease and Inflammation Practical Office Orthopedics: The Knee r Immunizations and Infections in Immunocompromised Patients on DiseaseModifying Drugs Practical Office Orthopedics: The Shoulder r Mimics of Rheumatic Diseases: Fibrosing Disorders, Hypermobility Syndromes, Vasculitis Mimics, and Other Problems for the Medical Detective Statin-Related Myopathies and Myalgia: What Are Risk Factors, How to Evaluate and Minimize Risk, When to Rotate to Other Meds, and When to Blame Other Causes? Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, and Lipids Musculoskeletal Conditions: A Potpourri of Possibilities in an Internist’s Office— Treat or Refer? Sports Medicine for the Internist Update in Rheumatology Substance Abuse Addiction Medicine: Opiate Dependence and New Designer Drugs Smoking Cessation in Primary Care Motivational Interviewing: Skills to Engage Patients and Initiate the Discussion of Substance Abuse in Internal Medicine r Women’s Health Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, and Lung Cancer Screening A Complete Contraceptive Tool Kit: Cases and Demos r Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting and Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy Female Sexual Health Screening in Women: Cervical, Breast, and Ovarian Cancer Menopause 2014 Update in Women’s Health Oh, Baby: The Pregnant Inpatient Urinary Incontinence in Women Women and Heart Disease Additional Topics Opening Ceremony Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, and Lipids Anesthesiology Essentials for the Surgical Patient: What the Internist Needs to Know Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Hematology, Pain Management and Palliation, and Men’s Health Annals Articles that Can Change Practice: 2013-2014 Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Medicine, and Obesity Appropriate Use of Imaging in Daily Practice: What are the Roadblocks and How Can I Facilitate It? News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology Nicholas E. Davies Memorial Scholar Award Lecture Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Right Brain vs. Left Brain: How Artists Often Got There First Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine Special Issues in Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Global Approaches to Wellness Sports Medicine for the Internist Consult Talk Thieves’ Market–Fascinating Cases History of Medical Care through 100 Great Art Works Update in General Internal Medicine International Volunteerism: The Dos and Don’ts Internal Medicine 2014 Highlights and Doctor’s Dilemmaீ: The Finals Mind–Body Medicine in the Internist’s Practice 18 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Hospital Medicine at Internal Medicine 2014 The comprehensive Hospital Medicine Track features sessions developed for hospitalists by hospitalists. See page 20 for a complete list of sessions. • Hands-on activities at the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Update your physical examination skills, gain experience with procedures you don’t routinely perform, refine communication skills, and practice on the latest medical software. See pages 36-37 for a complete list of activities. • Focused Pre-Course, Hospital Medicine: From Admission to Discharge Wednesday, April 9, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. This full-day interactive pre-course follows one patient from admission to discharge with a hospitalist perspective on management and process improvement. Other Pre-Courses relevant to hospitalists include: • Critical Care Medicine 2014 • Cardiology for the Internist See page 4-10 for complete list and descriptions of pre-courses. im2014.acponline.org 19
    • Hospitalist Track Sessions Designed for Physicians Who Primarily Practice in an Inpatient Setting Administration Clinical Clinical (cont.) Health Care Reform and the Hospitalist Acute Kidney Injury Inpatient Pain Management Adult Immunization Clinical Update: Ask the Experts Neurology for the Hospitalist Maximizing Efficiency: Using Medical Technology in Real Time on the Wards and in the Clinics Teaching in the Hospital Anticoagulation: Everything You Always Wanted to Know But Were Afraid to Ask Oh, Baby: The Pregnant Inpatient Oncologic Emergencies Palliative and Hospice Care C. difficile Infection Perioperative Medicine Chest Pain in the Hospital Surviving Sepsis Clinical Triad: Endocrinology for the Hospitalist Transfusion Medicine Common Conundrums in Venous Thromboembolism Think Inside the Box: Hospital Inpatient Coding Atrial Fibrillation Management Update in Hospital Medicine Congestive Heart Failure Update Tuberculosis Vent Management Consult Talk Quality/Safety Delirium Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion Emerging Inpatient Infections and Antibiotic Stewardship Geriatrics for the Hospitalist Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Hospital HIV How Sweet Is This?: Inpatient Management of Diabetes Preventing Hospital Readmissions: Models of Care Primum Non Nocere: A Primer on Safety Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Hyponatremia Inpatient GI Sampler: A CaseBased Discussion Inpatient Management of the Patient with Cirrhosis 20 im2014.acponline.org
    • Schedule Planner Thursday 7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Cardiology Atrial Fibrillation Management Noncoronary Vascular Disease Career and Professionalism Conflict Mgmt & Assertiveness for Women Phys. Managing Pt. Expectations with Dwindling Resources r Communication Skills Managing Pt. Expectations with Dwindling Resources r Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Transitions of Care in Adult Medicine Endocrinology New Guidelines for Management of the Diabetic Foot Palliative Care for the Internist End-of-Life and Palliative Care Ethics and Health Policy Why Is Health Care So Expensive (And What Can Be Done)? Gastroenterology and Hepatology Chronic Constipation: An Update Geriatric Medicine Clinical Triad: Aging Issues Health Information Technology Diagnosing EHR Pain: Can I Fix It? Treating EHR Pain: Time to Replace It? Hematology Anemias Commonly Encountered in Clinical Practice Hospital Medicine Atrial Fibrillation Management Acute Kidney Injury Tuberculosis Oncologic Emergencies Infectious Diseases Tuberculosis New Guidelines for Management of the Diabetic Foot Medical Practice Management Hassle Factor: Managing Red Tape and Other Annoyances Nephrology and Hypertension Acute Kidney Injury Neurology Update in Neurology Oncology Oncologic Emergencies Psychiatry Treating Common Mental Health Problems in Primary Care Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Sleep Disorders Thermal Dysregulation: More than Fever Tuberculosis Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Central Pain Syndromes: Where the Body Meets the Brain Additional Topics Appropriate Use of Imaging in Daily Practice Exhibit Hall Hours Innovation Theater 8:00 a.m. Activities Commence Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Schedule is Subject to Change Clinical Pearls Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Test your clinical acumen in these highly interactive, case-based sessions. Use audience-response keypads to answer challenging patient management questions faced in practice. Compare your critical thinking with that of your colleagues. As you work through cases, you’ll amass a rich collection of “pearls” that can be applied to patient care. 22 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Schedule Planner Thursday 9:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m. The Abnormal Electrocardiogram: What to Do Next Cardiology Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious? r Opening Ceremony News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Career and Professionalism Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients Dermatology Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Using Medical Technology on Wards and In the Clinics Endocrinology Osteoporosis: Controversies around Bisphosphonate Tx Gastroenterology and Hepatology Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology Geriatric Medicine Osteoporosis: Controversies around Bisphosphonate Tx Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly r Health Information Technology Using Medical Technology on Wards and In the Clinics Hematology News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Hospital Medicine Hospital HIV Update in Hospital Medicine Using Medical Technology on Wards and In the Clinics Infectious Diseases Hospital HIV Medical Practice Management Coding and Billing 101: Getting Paid for What You Do Nephrology and Hypertension End-Stage Renal Disease Update News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Mgmt. of Obstructive Lung Diseases: Asthma & COPD Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Osteoporosis: Controversies around Bisphosphonate Tx Women’s Health Osteoporosis: Controversies around Bisphosphonate Tx Additional Topics Clinical Pearls: Gastroenterology and Dermatology News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients Exhibit Hall Hours 10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens Innovation Theater 10:30-11:15 a.m. Coffee Break 10:30-11:15 a.m. Session Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Schedule is Subject to Change Handouts Handouts will be available to registered Internal Medicine 2014 attendees on the College Web site beginning March 10, 2014. The site will be updated as material is received from faculty. To view or download handouts as PDF documents, go to im2014.acponline.org and click on the “For Meeting Attendees” link. Printed handouts will be produced only for Pre-Courses. im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 23
    • Schedule Planner Thursday 2:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Cardiology Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious? r Hyperuricemia: Emerging Concepts Valvular Heart Disease: When Is a Murmur Not Innocent? The Patient with Chronic Coronary Artery Disease Social Media and Online Professionalism Career and Professionalism Anatomy of a Malpractice Case Managing Patient Expectations w/Dwindling Resources r Clinical Pharmacology Top 10 Dangerous Medications Communication Skills Managing Patient Expectations w/Dwindling Resources r Ethics and Health Policy Social Media and Online Professionalism Gastroenterology and Hepatology MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Med., Obesity Geriatric Medicine Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Clinical Triad: Screening for GI Malignancies Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly r Health Information Technology Engaging Patients and Improving Care Hematology Update in Hematology and Oncology Hospital Medicine Primum Non Nocere: A Primer on Safety Hyponatremia Surviving Sepsis Campaign: 2013 Vent Management Think Inside the Box: Hospital Inpatient Coding Infectious Diseases MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Med., Obesity Medical Practice Management Think Inside the Box: Hospital Inpatient Coding Update in Infectious Diseases Hyponatremia Nephrology and Hypertension Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Neurology Approach to the Patient with Tremor Neurologic Critical Care for the Non-neurointensivist Oncology Update in Hematology and Oncology Clinical Triad: Screening for GI Malignancies Perioperative Medicine MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Med., Obesity Psychiatry Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Neurologic Critical Care for the Non-neurointensivist Vent Management Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Musculoskeletal Conditions for the Internist Hyperuricemia: Emerging Concepts Depression: Diagnosis and Management Menopause 2014 Women’s Health Additional Topics MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Med., Obesity Exhibit Hall Hours 12:45-2:15 p.m. Lunch Break 3:45-4:30 p.m. Afternoon Break; 4:30 p.m. Closed Innovation Theater 1:00-1:45 p.m. Session 3:45-4:30 p.m. Session Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours 6:00 p.m. Activities Close Schedule is Subject to Change Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 2:15-3:45 p.m. Always a highlight of the meeting! Expert faculty provide concise, evidence-based answers to common, yet difficult, patient management problems. Topics are selected for their relevance to practice. Faculty are chosen for their skill in providing cogent, evidence-based answers to complex questions. 24 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Schedule Planner Friday 7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Cardiology Chest Pain in the Hospital Coronary Artery Disease: How to Evaluate Chest Pain Life-Threatening ECGs r Career and Professionalism Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients Communication Skills Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician r Dermatology Common Dermatologic Complaints Clinical Triad: Endocrinology for the Hospitalist Endocrinology Breaking the Medical Liability Reform Impasse Ethics and Health Policy Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly IBD: New Concepts and Treatments C. difficile Infection Inpatient Management of the Patient With Cirrhosis Gastroenterology and Hepatology Update in Gastroenterology and Hepatology Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults Geriatric Medicine Urinary Incontinence in Women Hematology Thrombocytopenia: HIT, DIC, TTP, etc. Polycythemia, Thrombocythemia, and Leukocytosis Hospital Medicine Chest Pain in the Hospital C. difficile Infection Inpatient Management of the Patient With Cirrhosis Clinical Triad: Endocrinology for the Hospitalist Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly C. difficile Infection Infectious Diseases Developing Your CV for Medical Students Medical Student Programs Work-up & Management of Resistant Hypertension Nephrology and Hypertension Oncology Cancer Screening in 2014: An International Perspective Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology ANCA-Associated Vasculitis & Other Vasculitis Syndromes Substance Abuse Smoking Cessation in Primary Care Women’s Health Urinary Incontinence in Women History of Medical Care through 100 Great Art Works Additional Topics Nicholas E. Davies Memorial Scholar Award Lecture Exhibit Hall Hours Innovation Theater 8:00 a.m. Activities Commence Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Schedule is Subject to Change Clinical Triads Thursday and Friday, 8:15-9:15 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, 8:15-9:15 a.m. and 4:00-5:00 p.m. This format builds on the popularity of fast-paced sessions. Each session features three speakers concisely addressing different aspects of an overarching theme. Sessions are interactive, using the audience-response system, and cover topics that are highly relevant to clinical practice. im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 25
    • Schedule Planner Friday 9:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m. Cardiology Life-Threatening ECGs r Acute Coronary Syndrome Update in Cardiology Career and Professionalism Coping with Daily Challenges in Medicine and Life How to Get Published MOC: Helping the General Internist Navigate the Changes Clinical Pharmacology Statin-Related Myopathies and Myalgia Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows How to Get Published Maximizing Smartphone Technology in Practice Endocrinology Type 2 Diabetes: What Hemoglobin A1c Goal to Aim For? Incidental Thyroid Findings: Labs and Imaging End-of-Life and Palliative Care Palliative and Hospice Care Inpatient GI Sampler: A Case-Based Discussion Gastroenterology and Hepatology New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Geriatric Medicine Update in Geriatric Medicine Health Information Technology Maximizing Smartphone Technology in Practice Preparing for Meaningful Use Stage 2 and Beyond Concepts in Treatment of Venous Thromboembolism Hematology Neurology for the Hospitalist Inpatient GI Sampler: A Case-Based Discussion Palliative and Hospice Care Hospital Medicine Preventing Hospital Readmissions: Models of Care Infectious Diseases New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Medical Practice Management Advanced Coding: Do It Right Neurology for the Hospitalist Neurology Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine Perioperative Medicine William C. Menninger Memorial Award Lecture Psychiatry Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Statin-Related Myopathies and Myalgia Practical Office Orthopedics: The Knee r Additional Topics Right Brain vs. Left Brain: How Artists Got there First Clinical Pearls: Pulmonary and Perioperative Medicine Thieves’ Market–Fascinating Cases Exhibit Hall Hours 10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens Innovation Theater 10:30-11:15 a.m. Session 10:30-11:15 a.m. Coffee Break Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Schedule is Subject to Change 26 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Schedule Planner Friday 2:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Structural Heart Disease: Assessment and Management Cardiology Career and Professionalism Annals Articles that Can Change Practice: 2013-2014 Clinical Pharmacology MSFM: Hematology, Pain Management, Men’s Health Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Personalized Medicine vs. Comparative Effectiveness Endocrinology Update in Endocrinology Anticoagulation Special Report on Hot Issues in Health Policy Ethics and Health Policy Gastroenterology and Hepatology Burning Issues in GERD and Barrett’s Esophagus Geriatric Medicine Geriatrics for the Hospitalist Hematology MSFM: Hematology, Pain Management, Men’s Health Anticoagulation Hospital Medicine Geriatrics for the Hospitalist Anticoagulation Perioperative Medicine Consult Talk Immunizations & Infections in Immunocompromised Pts. Infectious Diseases Medical Practice Management The Evolution of New Payment Models Medical Student Programs Small Practice Management Survival Strategies Stump the Professor Update in Nephrology Nephrology and Hypertension Neurology Comprehensive Migraine Education Program Oncology Cancer Screening in Women Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, Lung Cancer Screening Perioperative Medicine Consult Talk Ophthalmology for the Internist Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Perioperative Medicine Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, Lung Cancer Screening Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Practical Office Orthopedics: The Shoulder r Immunizations & Infections in Immunocompromised Pts. Sports Medicine for the Internist Women’s Health Cancer Screening in Women Clinical Triad: Breast, Prostate, Lung Cancer Screening Additional Topics Annals Articles that Can Change Practice: 2013-2014 Complementary & Alternative Medicine: Global Approaches MSFM: Hematology, Pain Management, Men’s Health Consult Talk Sports Medicine for the Internist 3:45-4:30 p.m. Afternoon Break; 4:30 Closed Exhibit Hall Hours 1:00-1:45 p.m. Session Innovation Theater Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours 3:34-5:30 p.m. Session 6:00 p.m. Activities Close Schedule is Subject to Change Get Engaged: Internal Medicine 2014 Social Media Be part of the conversation and get the latest news and announcements from Internal Medicine 2014. Follow ACP on Twitter (twitter.com/acpinternists) and Facebook (facebook.com/acpinternists). Use hashtag #im2014 when tweeting about the meeting. im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 27
    • Schedule Planner Saturday 7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m. Career and Professionalism Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion The Impaired Physician: Ethical Challenges Role Play Leadership and Career Advancement for IMGs Presentation Skills for Physicians Clinical Pharmacology Anesthesiology Essentials for the Surgical Patient Communication Skills Motivational Interviewing: Substance Abuse r Preparing for the ABIM Exam Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Presentation Skills for Physicians Endocrinology How Sweet Is This? Inpatient Management of Diabetes Ethics and Health Policy The Impaired Physician: Ethical Challenges Role Play Geriatric Medicine Assessing Function/Cognition/Depression in Older Adults r Hematology Monoclonal and Polyclonal Gammopathies Adult Immunizations Clinical Update Hospital Medicine How Sweet Is This?: Inpatient Management of Diabetes Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion Delirium Infectious Diseases Adult Immunizations Clinical Update Medical Practice Management Adult Immunizations Clinical Update Nephrology and Hypertension Glomerulonephritis: A General Overview of the Diseases Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Otology for Internists: Hearing Loss, Tinnitus, Vertigo Psychiatry Delirium Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Evaluation of Dyspnea: “Help Me, Doc, I Can’t Breathe!” Mimics of Rheumatic Diseases Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Motivational Interviewing: Substance Abuse r Substance Abuse Clinical Triad: Mgmt of Challenging Infectious Diseases Addiction Medicine: Opiate Dependence & Designer Drugs Female Sexual Health Women’s Health Anesthesiology Essentials for the Surgical Patient Additional Topics Update in General Internal Medicine Exhibit Hall Hours 8:00 a.m. Activities Commence Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Schedule is Subject to Change Updates Keep up to date on the year’s most important published papers in general internal medicine and the subspecialties. Learn significant findings and their impact on patient care. Nationally recognized faculty review the literature and present the year’s highlights. 28 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Schedule Planner Saturday 9:30 a.m. 11:15 a.m. Cardiovascular Disease in CKD Cardiology Women and Heart Disease Pain Management of Noncancer Pain Clinical Pharmacology Inpatient Pain Management Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain r Dermatologic Manifestations of Systemic Disease Dermatology Innovative Funding Sources Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Endocrinology Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Ethics and Health Policy Ethics Year in Review Shining Light on the Sunshine Act Gastroenterology and Hepatology Celiac Disease: New Concepts, Testing, and Treatment Geriatric Medicine Assessing Function/Cognition/Depression in Older Adults r Health Information Technology Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT for Safe/Effective Care Hematology Hypercoagulable States: When to Test, When to Treat? Hospital Medicine Oh, Baby: The Pregnant Inpatient Emerging Inpatient Infections & Antibiotic Stewardship Teaching in the Hospital Inpatient Pain Management Best Practices for Optimizing Your EHR Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Infectious Diseases Emerging Inpatient Infections & Antibiotic Stewardship ICD-10 Implementation: A Practical Roadmap Medical Practice Management Shining Light on the Sunshine Act Medical Student Programs Financial Information for Medical Students Nephrology and Hypertension Cardiovascular Disease in CKD Management of TIA and CVA Neurology Update in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Update in Rheumatology Women’s Health Oh, Baby: The Pregnant Inpatient A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos r Women and Heart Disease Clinical Pearls: Infectious Diseases and Endocrinology Additional Topics 10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens Exhibit Hall Hours 10:30-11:15 a.m. Coffee Break Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours Attend Internal Medicine 2014— Fulfill State CME Requirements Attending Internal Medicine 2014 is an excellent way to fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements. Internal Medicine 2014 meets broad-based state CME requirements as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states (e.g., ethics, HIV/AIDS, pain management, and patient safety). For a list of sessions that meet state-specific CME requirements, see pages 34-35. im2014.acponline.org r Reservations Required 29
    • Schedule Planner Saturday 2:15 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Cardiology Congestive Heart Failure Update MSFM: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Lipids New Oral Anticoagulants Advanced Preventive Cardiology Career and Professionalism Choosing Wisely in a Fee-for-Service World r Five Tips for Effectively Managing Work–Life Balance New Oral Anticoagulants Clinical Pharmacology Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain r Dermatology Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Endocrinology Ethics and Health Policy Gastroenterology and Hepatology Optimal Management of Skin Infections Five Tips for Effectively Managing Work–Life Balance Bariatric Surgery: Who, When, and What Now? MSFM: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Lipids Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both? Health Care Reform and the Hospitalist Bariatric Surgery: Who, When, and What Now? Evaluation of the Patient with Abnormal Liver Tests Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both? Promoting Successful Aging with Exercise Geriatric Medicine Health Information Technology Hematology Hospital Medicine Implementing Quality Measures into the EHR Common Conundrums in Venous Thromboembolism New Oral Anticoagulants Common Conundrums in Venous Thromboembolism Congestive Heart Failure Update Infectious Diseases Medical Practice Management Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care MSFM: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Lipids Update in Women’s Health International Volunteerism: The Dos and Don’ts MSFM: Cardiology, Sports Medicine, Lipids Health Care Reform and the Hospitalist Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Transfusion Medicine Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Optimal Management of Skin Infections The Role of Subspecialists in the PCMH Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Women’s Health Additional Topics Transfusion Medicine Chronic Venous Insufficiency Clinical Triad: Special Mgmt of Obese/Critically Ill Patients Health Care–Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Mind–Body Medicine in the Internist’s Practice Exhibit Hall Hours 2:30 p.m. Closed Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Hours 3:00 p.m. Activities End Schedule is Subject to Change 2014 Highlights: Key Messages You’ll Want to Take Home and Doctor’s Dilemma™: The Finals Saturday, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Internal Medicine 2014 culminates in this wrap-up session. Hear three outstanding clinician–educators share what they think are Internal Medicine 2014’s most important take-home messages. Then, join the excitement of the final round of Doctor’s Dilemma™. The “Final Four” teams of residents who survive Thursday’s and Friday’s competitions will face off in the championship round of the Jeopardy-style test of knowledge. The winner takes home the Osler Cup—ACP’s coveted trophy. 30 r Reservations Required im2014.acponline.org
    • Fulfill State CME Requirements Attending Internal Medicine 2014 is an excellent way to fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements. Earn up to 31 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from your participation in scientific sessions and activities in the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center. Internal Medicine 2014 meets broad-based state CME requirements as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states. For a list of your state’s CME requirements, visit im2014.acponline.org/cme. Appropriate Prescribing/Prescribing Controlled Substances (Oklahoma, Tennessee, West Virginia) Addiction Medicine: Opiate Dependence and New Designer Drugs Inpatient Pain Management Pain Management of Noncancer Pain Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care “Toolbox” for Employing Rational Analgesia, Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication Top 10 Dangerous Medications and Prevention of Medication Errors Cultural Competence (Connecticut, New Jersey) Special Issues in Providing Care to Hispanic and Latino Patients Electronic Health Records (Massachusetts) Advanced Coding: Do It Right Best Practices for Optimizing Your EHR: Lessons from the Field C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe/Effective Patient Care Diagnosing EHR Pain: Can I Fix It? Treating EHR Pain: Time to Replace It? 34 End-of-Life and Palliative Health Care (California, Iowa, Oregon, Rhode Island) Palliative and Hospice Care Palliative Care for the Internist Ethics/Professional Responsibility (Nevada, Rhode Island, Texas) C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe/Effective Patient Care Dealing with a Bad Outcome: A Case-Based Discussion Disclosing Medical Errors to Patients: Considering Where, When, and How Ethics Year in Review Implementing e-Messaging, Non–Visit-Based Care, and Social Media to Engage Patients and Improve Care Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Shining Light on the Sunshine Act: Everything You Need to Know Social Media and Online Professionalism: What Physicians Need to Know The Impaired Physician: Am I My Brother’s (or Sister’s) Keeper?: Ethical Challenges Role Play im2014.acponline.org
    • Fulfill State CME Requirements Geriatric Medicine Infectious Disease/Infection Control (cont) (California) Andropause: Truth, Fiction, or Both? Clinical Triad: Aging Issues: Three Things We Don’t Like to Talk About Geriatrics for the Hospitalist Learn How to Rapidly Assess Function, Cognition, and Depression in the Older Adult Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia: Who to Screen, How to Treat? Osteoporosis: Controversies around Starting and Stopping Bisphosphonate Therapy Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly: Falls, Cognition, and Driving Safety Promoting Successful Aging with Exercise for Older Adults Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults Update in Geriatric Medicine Urinary Incontinence in Women Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Perioperative Medicine, and Obesity New Therapies for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Optimal Management of Skin Infections Tuberculosis Update in Infectious Diseases HIV/AIDS (Florida, Kentucky) Hospital HIV Infectious Disease/Infection Control (Connecticut, New York, Rhode Island) C. difficile Infection Adult Immunization Clinical Update: Ask the Experts Clinical Triad: Management of Challenging Infectious Diseases in the Ambulatory Care Setting Emerging Inpatient Infections and Antibiotic Stewardship Health Care-Associated Pneumonia (HCAP) Hospital HIV Immunizations and Infections in Immunocompromised Patients on DiseaseModifying Drugs im2014.acponline.org Pain Management (California, Iowa, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas) Inpatient Pain Management Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Hematology, Pain Management and Palliation, and Men’s Health Pain Management of Noncancer Pain Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care “Toolbox” for Employing Rational Analgesia, Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication Patient Safety/Risk Reduction/Risk Management (Connecticut, Massachusetts, Nevada, Pennsylvania) C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: Using Health IT to Achieve Safe/Effective Patient Care Preventing Hospital Readmissions: Models of Care Primum Non Nocere: A Primer on Safety Quality Metrics: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Reducing Falls and Injuries in Older Adults Top 10 Dangerous Medications and Prevention of Medication Errors 35
    • Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Enhance your meeting experience with small-group, interactive learning! Get the hands-on experience that can transform the way you practice medicine. The Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center is a dynamic collection of educational activities that provide hands-on learning and interactive self-study. Learn how to safely perform common procedures, refine interpretive skills, and update physical examination skills in a unique, small-group learning environment. This year, participants can earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points for their participation in a number activities. Activities eligible for MOC points are indicated below. Clinical Skills Training in Procedures Advanced Airway This workshop will focus on management of the patient who requires airway support. Participants will learn the advantages and disadvantages of rapidsequence intubation and rescue techniques in the event of a failed intubation and will practice intubation on simulation mannequins. The learner will gain an understanding of techniques that will improve success and confidence in managing his or her patient’s airway. Ankle–Brachial Index by Doppler This workshop will focus on the protocols and techniques for performing the ankle–brachial index in the office setting. Learn tips on wrapping cuffs, finding the arteries with the Doppler probe, testing accuracy, and interpreting test results. Lumbar Puncture Participants will watch a demonstration of lumbar puncture technique and then practice the procedure on simulation models. Expert faculty will provide feedback and discuss pre- and postprocedure protocol. Eligible for 2 MOC points. PICC Line Placement This workshop will re-introduce peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line training to physicians and allow them the opportunity to practice placement of PICC lines in a simulated setting. Faculty will teach the indications, technical skills, and practice implications regarding placement of PICC lines and provide hands-on training by using portable ultrasonography. Skin Biopsy and Cryosurgery Learn how to perform a variety of skin biopsy and cryosurgery techniques. Faculty provide instruction and feedback as you practice these techniques on pigs’ feet. Eligible for 2 MOC points. Eligible for 2 MOC points. Suturing Skills Arthrocentesis and Bursal Injections Participants will learn the anatomical landmarks used to identify injection sites as well as the steps for performing arthrocentesis and bursal injection by using joint models for practice. Incision and Drainage of Abscesses Using simulation models, participants will learn how to incise, drain, irrigate, and pack abscesses under the supervision of expert faculty. Eligible for 2 MOC points. Learn several different suturing techniques by practicing on pigs’ feet. Expert faculty will facilitate and provide feedback. Toenail Removal Learn the indications for toenail removal. Using a realistic model and surgical instruments, practice a digital block, wedge resection and removal of an ingrown toenail, and wound care. Eligible for 2 MOC points. Ultrasound-Guided Central Line Placement Using ultrasonography equipment and training models, participants will learn how to find vessels and practice line placement technique. Eligible for 2 MOC points. 36 im2014.acponline.org
    • Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center Ultrasound-Guided Paracentesis Chronic Leg Wound Management Using ultrasonography equipment and training models, participants will learn how to find landmarks and practice paracentesis technique. They will also review the indications, contraindications, and complications of the procedure. Using demonstration and practice, this workshop will focus on assessing and treating chronic leg wounds. Under the guidance of expert faculty, participants will learn how to prepare wounds for healing, how to use topical or systemic treatments, and how to use compression techniques to reduce edema in legs to aid healing. Clinical Skills Training in Physical Examination, Interpretation, and Assessment Skills Cardiac Auscultation Self-Guided Tour— Basic and Advanced* Participants will refine their knowledge of cardiac auscultation by listening to heart sounds while viewing corresponding phonocardiograms in a self-directed learning environment. Basic and advanced-level heart sounds and visuals will be available. ® Cardiac Diagnosis with the Harvey Simulated Patient Using repetitive practice with feedback, this workshop will teach the most important bedside cardiac findings by using “Harvey®,” the cardiopulmonary patient simulator. Dermatology Self-Guided Tour* Quiz yourself on a number of dermatologic images and answer corresponding questions selected from ACP’s Virtual Dx product. This self-guided activity provides participants with a chance to interpret various dermatologic images common to the primary care setting while learning the rationale for the findings. Ophthalmoscopic Skills Learn proper technique of direct ophthalmoscopy and how to examine the structures of the eye. Working with faculty in small groups, participants will learn to recognize normal anatomy and clinical findings of common eye pathologies. Clinical Skills Center Interactive Resources Area* Enhance your knowledge of clinical skills, health technology software, and reference applications at the Interactive Resources Area. Here you will find computer stations that demonstrate a wide variety of examination techniques, clinical procedures, ACP electronic products, and clinical reference software. *Tickets not required for these activities. Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis. Pulmonary Challenge Self-Guided Tour* Quiz yourself on a number of chest x-rays and correlate with examination findings. Adapted from ACP’s Virtual Dx product, this self-guided activity provides participants with a chance to interpret chest radiographs while listening to a complimentary audio file that correlates breath sounds and explains the rationale for the findings. Clinical Skills Activity Hours Thursday & Friday Saturday 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Registration Hours Foot & Ankle Disorders Wednesday Thursday & Friday Become familiar with common complaints involving the foot and ankle. Participants will learn the appropriate use of foot and ankle orthotics and recognize indications for imaging studies and subspecialty referral.  Onsite registration is required for all Clinical Skills Center activities, except where noted. Registration for all Clinical Skills Center activities is free to registered attendees of Internal Medicine 2014. im2014.acponline.org Noon-5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 37
    • Reserved Sessions Sessions Requiring Reservations—Reserved Workshops (Course Code RWS) Most sessions have open seating and are held in rooms that can accommodate anticipated attendance. Reserved Workshops, however, require advance reservations due to the hands-on nature and close faculty-learner interaction of the sessions. These sessions are offered at no charge to registered Internal Medicine 2014 attendees but require advance reservations and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. One ticket per attendee while supplies last. Policy for Reserved Workshops Your registration reserves your place in the workshop; however, you must attend the workshop on time to claim your reserved place. The College has the right to assign unclaimed reserved seats to standby attendees promptly at 10 minutes after the posted class starting time. Cardiology Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious? Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. RWS 001 Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. RWS 002 Life-Threatening ECGs Friday 8:15-9:15 a.m. Friday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Motivational Interviewing: Skills to Engage Patients and Initiate the Discussion of Substance Abuse in Internal Medicine Saturday 7:00-10:30 a.m. RWS 011 Geriatric Medicine RWS 006 RWS 007 Career and Professionalism Management of Patient Expectations in an Era of Dwindling Resources Thursday 8:15-9:15 a.m. RWS 008 Thursday 4:30-5:30 p.m. RWS 009 Learn How to Rapidly Assess Function, Cognition, and Depression in the Older Adult Saturday 8:15-9:15 a.m. RWS 004 Saturday 9:30-10:30 a.m. RWS 005 Practical Skills Assessment in the Elderly: Falls, Cognition, and Driving Safety Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. RWS 014 Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. RWS 015 Variation Reduction: Choosing Wisely in a Fee-for-Service World Saturday 2:15-3:45 p.m. RWS 018 Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Clinical Pharmacology Practical Office Orthopedics: The Knee Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. RWS 012 Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain: A Primary Care “Toolbox” for Employing Rational Analgesia, Managing Risk, and Enhancing Communication Saturday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. RWS 016 Saturday 2:15-3:45 p.m. RWS 017 Communication Skills Management of Patient Expectations in an Era of Dwindling Resources Thursday 8:15-9:15 a.m. RWS 008 Thursday 4:30-5:30 p.m. RWS 009 Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Friday 8:15-10:30 a.m. RWS 010 40 Practical Office Orthopedics: The Shoulder Friday 2:15-3:45 p.m. RWS 013 Substance Abuse Motivational Interviewing: Skills to Engage Patients and Initiate the Discussion of Substance Abuse in Internal Medicine Saturday 7:00-10:30 a.m. RWS 011 Women’s Health A Complete Contraceptive Tool Kit: Cases and Demos Saturday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. RWS 003 im2014.acponline.org
    • Don’t Miss These Special Events Thursday Opening Ceremony 9:30-10:30 a.m. • D2 • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. All attendees and their spouses or guests are cordially invited to attend the Opening Ceremony, which is officiated by College President Molly Cooke, MD, FACP. The Opening Ceremony marks the official beginning of Internal Medicine 2014. International Reception 8:00-9:30 p.m. • HQ This reception is open to all international attendees and their guests, as well as other attendees who are interested in meeting with leaders from ACP and internal medicine societies from around the world. For information on tickets to special events, please contact ACP Customer Service at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600. Volunteerism Networking Luncheon 12:45-2:15 p.m. • CC (Reserved) This luncheon provides an opportunity for physicians to share plans, experiences, and information about medical volunteer work. Experienced volunteers and those who would like to volunteer are all welcome. Convocation Ceremony 6:00 p.m. • D2 • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. Please join ACP leaders in honoring those recently elected to Fellowship. Recognized by their peers for outstanding medical scholarship and professional achievement, new Fellows march alongside their ACP governor and local awardees in a moving ceremony. Designed to showcase excellence in medicine, Convocation includes the presentation of Masterships and specific individual and organizational awards granted by the College. The global community of internal medicine is represented by colleagues from the International Society of Internal Medicine, the European Federation of Internal Medicine, and the Royal Colleges and Academies, who join ACP leaders on stage to celebrate this important event. im2014.acponline.org Legend CC – Orange County Convention Center HQ – Hyatt Regency Orlando 41
    • Don’t Miss These Special Events Friday Saturday Recruit-a-Colleague Program Grand Prize Raffle 10:30 a.m. • ACP Resource Center Exhibit Hall Annual Business Meeting 12:45-1:45 p.m.• CC All members who were successful recruiters as part of the Recruit-a-Colleague Program from April 2013 to March 2014 will be entered into this grand-prize drawing for a trip to Internal Medicine 2015 in Boston. The grand prize includes registration, airfare (up to $500), and four days of hotel accommodations. Networking Luncheon for Women Physicians 1:00-2:00 p.m. • HQ (Reserved) Women physicians in all career paths are invited to share experiences, meet new friends, and discuss common concerns. Designed for those past training. Med-Peds Reception 6:00-7:00 p.m. • HQ Open to all attendees. No tickets required. Med-peds practitioners and others doing work in this area are invited to socialize and share information. Reception for African American Physicians 6:00-7:30 p.m. • HQ Open to all attendees. No tickets required. African American physicians, colleagues, and College leadership are invited to socialize and network. Includes a brief program relating to minorities in medicine. 42 Open to all attendees. No tickets required. All ACP members are encouraged to attend. Incoming Officers, new Regents, and Governors will be introduced. The Treasurer and EVP/CEO will report on the College’s current status and priorities. Internal Medicine 2014 Highlights: Key Messages You’ll Want to Take Home and ACP Doctor’s DilemmaTM: The Finals 5:15-6:30 p.m. • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. Internal Medicine 2014 culminates in this wrap-up session. Hear three outstanding clinician-educators share what they think are Internal Medicine 2014’s most important take-home messages. Then join in the excitement of the final round of ACP Doctor’s DilemmaTM. The “Final Four” teams of residents who survive Thursday’s and Friday’s competitions will face off in the championship round of the Jeopardy-style test of knowledge. The winner takes home the Osler Cup—ACP’s coveted trophy. Alumni and Chapter Receptions Looking for a great opportunity to meet and socialize with colleagues? ACP chapters, alumni groups, and other associations will host receptions in conjunction with Internal Medicine 2014 in Orlando. Check the final program for the location and time of your scheduled alumni or chapter event. im2014.acponline.org
    • Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows, and Medical Students Internal Medicine 2014 offers a special three-day program of ancillary events and workshops specifically for early career physicians and medical students. ACP Doctor’s DilemmaTM Thursday-Saturday • CC Enjoy this fast-paced, Jeopardy-style program in which resident winners from local chapters test their knowledge of internal medicine. Medical Student, Resident/Fellow, Early Career Physician Hospitality Area Thursday-Saturday • CC Relax with friends and colleagues while enjoying coffee and refreshments. Medical Student–Resident/Fellow Poster Area Thursday-Saturday • CC Finalists in the Medical Student and Resident/Fellow Poster Competitions display their work in multiple poster sessions. Resident/Fellow Member Luncheon Forum: 2014 Thursday • 12:45-2:15 p.m. • CC Hosted by the ACP Council of Resident/Fellow Members. This luncheon provides an opportunity for Resident/Fellow members to network with their Council of Resident/Fellow Member representatives and discuss issues important to physicians in training. Complimentary box lunches will be available to the first 100 attendees. Early Career Physicians Mentoring Lunch Friday • 1:00-2:00 p.m. • HQ (Reserved) This luncheon provides the opportunity for doctors who have recently completed training to network with more experienced physicians, discuss common problems relating to medical practice today, and learn how to become active in the College and advance to Fellowship. Complimentary box lunches will be provided. Residents/Fellow Abstract Competition Presentations Friday • 12:45-2:15 p.m. • CC Winners of the competition present their award-winning work in the Research and Clinical Vignette categories. Complimentary boxed lunches are provided. All winner and finalist abstracts will be available on our Web site. (Abstract presentations are not designated for CME credit.) Medical Student Mentoring Breakfast Saturday • 7:00-9:00 a.m. • HQ Medical students are invited to gather with internist mentors to discuss career options in internal medicine. Students are encouraged to register for this event on-site at the Medical Student Welcome Center located in the Convention Center throughout the meeting. Medical Student Abstract Luncheon Saturday • 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.• CC Winners of the competition present their award-winning work in the Research and Clinical Vignette categories. Complimentary boxed lunches will be provided. All winner and finalist abstracts will be available on our Web site. (Abstract presentations are not designated for CME credit.) Young Achievers Recognition Reception Saturday • 6:30-7:30 p.m. • CC Join us for recognition of the winners of the Resident/Fellow Poster Competitions and the announcement of the winner of the 2014 ACP Doctor’s DilemmaTM Championship. This is an opportunity for attendees to meet with members of the Council of Student Members, Council of Resident/Fellow Members, and Council of Early Career Physicians. Scientific Sessions A rich roster of workshops and other events in the Scientific Program are held just for medical students, residents/fellows, and early career physicians. See pages 14 and 16. im2014.acponline.org 43
    • Visit the Exhibit Hall Hall B2 • See the latest innovations in medical products and technology. • Experience hands-on demonstrations of new computer technology. • Visit the ACP Resource Center for a comprehensive look at College products and services. • Enter to win free registration for Internal Medicine 2015 and other great prizes at the ACP Raffle Booth. • Enjoy daily refreshment breaks and complimentary lunch on Thursday and Friday. Cyber Center/Charging Station Additional Learning Internet and e-mail can be accessed at the Opportunities main Cyber Center at Hall D Concourse or the Industry-Supported Symposia satellite Cyber Center in the Exhibit Hall, booth 128. Both of these stations will have wireless Internet and charging stations available. New: Healthy Lifestyle Market Place Unwind and enjoy a complimentary massage at the Rest and Relaxation Booth. Visit this area of the Exhibit Hall to learn more about healthy lifestyle products and services. Earn additional CME credit and enjoy a complimentary meal by attending an industrysupported symposium. Industry-supported symposia are independently organized and are not a part of the official Internal Medicine 2014 Education Program. For symposia offering Category 1 CME credit, CME is provided by organizations other than ACP. Innovation Theater Don’t miss out on participating in a non-CME informative lunch or snack break discussion about the latest clinical information as it relates to a specific disease state. Innovation Theater presentations are independently organized and are not an official part of the Internal Medicine 2014 Education Program. Check im2014.acponline.org at a later date for detailed Symposia and Innovation Theater information. 44 im2014.acponline.org
    • Visit the Exhibit Hall ACP Job Placement Center— For Job Seekers and Employers Exhibit Hall Hours Thursday and Friday 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. A Must-See While in Orlando Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. • Reach potential employers by completing a Job Seeker’s Profile at www.acponline.org/careers. Break Times and Lunch • CV Review Service is available onsite. Join us daily for morning and afternoon refreshment breaks and free lunch on Thursday and Friday. • Search jobs nationwide, posted by region. Thursday and Friday 10:30-11:15 a.m. 12:45-2:15 p.m. 3:45-4:30 p.m. • Receive a take-away job posting CD for your convenience. Saturday 10:30-11:15 a.m. 12:45-2:15 p.m. Coffee Break Lunch Afternoon Refreshment Break Coffee Break Lunch • Register with ACP Career Connection for online job hunting. • Meet with possible employers or employees in a private interview booth. • Submit a job posting for openings in your organization.* Exhibit Hall • Booth #1075 For additional information regarding the ACP Job Placement Center, contact jobplacementcenter@acponline.org. *Must be a physician attending Internal Medicine 2014, ACP Job Placement Center sponsor, or an exhibitor. 2014 ACP Job Placement Center Premium Sponsors im2014.acponline.org 45
    • Guest Activities Program ACP welcomes all guests of Internal Medicine 2014 attendees to Orlando. There are two categories of registration for guests: Guest Program Registrant and Exhibit Hall Attendee. Guest Program Registrant ($50 for 3 days) As a registered guest, you are invited to an exclusive breakfast event. You will have admission to the Exhibit Hall as well as access to the refreshments distributed in the hall. Other benefits include an ACP tote bag, admission to the Opening Ceremony, a complimentary Orlando Visitor’s Guide, entry into a raffle drawing, complimentary shuttle service between hotels and the Convention Center, and the opportunity to purchase tour tickets through Accent on Arrangements, Inc. For a full list of reasonably priced, well-organized tours, visit im2014.acponline.org. Registered guests may include family members (16 years of age or older) or friends who are not in the medical industry. A coworker or an associate in the medical industry may NOT register as a guest but may register as an Exhibit Hall attendee. Guests are not permitted to attend any portion of the Scientific Program other than the Opening Ceremony. Guest Policy Only those with an Exhibit Hall Attendee or Guest badge will be permitted in the Exhibit Hall at any time. Only spouses or guests of a registered physician qualify for an Exhibit Hall Attendee badge. Internal Medicine 2014 is a private event for physician attendees and their guests. The Exhibit Hall is not open to the general public. Adult Tours and Camp ACP Child-Care Program Registration For your convenience, you can plan activities for the entire family through Accent on Arrangements, Inc., the official tour company for Internal Medicine 2014. Careful planning goes into the adult tour programs to showcase the best that Orlando has to offer in history, arts and culture, and family fun. For more details, including tour descriptions, adult tour ticket order forms, and child-care registration forms, visit im2014.acponline.org. Exhibit Hall Attendee ($40 for 1 day) Guests of registered physicians wanting to access the Exhibit Hall only can register for a one-day-only Exhibit Hall Attendee badge. This badge provides admission to the Exhibit Hall as well as access to the refreshments distributed in the hall. 46 im2014.acponline.org
    • Advance Registration Instructions Advance registration for Internal Medicine 2014 is strongly encouraged. For the lowest advance registration fees, please register by January 31, 2014 (last postmark date). After March 27, you are only able to register onsite in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center beginning April 8 during the Pre-Courses. Allow 30 additional minutes for this process. See onsite registration hours listed on page 48. Read instructions carefully before completing the Registration Form. Use one of the following methods to register: Web: Visit us on the Web and register at http://im2014.acponline.org. Fax: Registration 24 hours a day at 215-351-2799. Fax forms must include credit card number, expiration date, security code number, and signature. Fax both sides of form (and letter of verification if applicable). Do not also mail a copy of the registration form because it may result in a duplicate registration, and you will be charged twice. Mail Registration: Complete the registration form, and be sure to provide the correct mailing address. List your daytime phone number in case we need to notify you. Reproduce the form for additional registrations. (One form per registrant.) Incomplete forms will be returned unprocessed and will delay your registration. ATTN: AC002 American College of Physicians 190 N. Independence Mall West Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572 Telephone Registration: 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) Be sure to have your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit card number, expiration date, and security code number available before calling. Telephone reservations are accepted for the Pre-Courses, Internal Medicine 2014, and the Guest Program/Exhibit Hall Attendee. Telephone reservations are not accepted for the reserved sessions. im2014.acponline.org Meeting Confirmations Check your meeting confirmation carefully to verify ticket assignment (if applicable). Tickets that do not appear on your confirmation were unavailable because of a full session or a schedule conflict. If you did not receive your confirmation, please call Member and Customer Service. If you need to change a course or make an adjustment, it must be done before the packets are mailed; otherwise, it will be necessary to handle changes onsite. Please allow additional time. Industry-Supported Symposia and Exhibitor Mailings If you do not wish to receive IndustrySupported Symposia and Exhibitor Mailings, make sure to check the appropriate box on the registration form. ᵼ Persons with a Disability Advance notification is essential for us to better serve you. Check off the appropriate box on the registration form. Attach a written description of your needs with the registration form. Please send this information in writing before the January 31 deadline. An ACP Convention staff person will contact you to discuss how we can accommodate your request. Not an ACP Member? Members receive a substantial discount on Internal Medicine 2014 registration fees. For membership information, call ACP Member and Customer Service at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., ET). 47
    • Advance Registration Instructions Registration Category For the complete list of Internal Medicine 2014 fees, see the Registration Form. Registration fees are waived for ACP Medical Student Members and Life Members. Registrants who are nonmember fellowship trainees, residents, interns, and nonmember medical students must verify their status by including a business card or a letter signed by an appropriate program director or supervisor on official letterhead. The letter must be faxed or mailed with the registration form. If verification is not included, the full nonmember registration fee will be charged. Registration fees are nontransferable. Cancellation/Refund Policy Notice of registration cancellation for Internal Medicine 2014, Guest Program/Exhibit Hall Attendee, and Pre-Courses must be in writing, via mail, fax, or e-mail. Cancellations will not be accepted by telephone. Postmark, fax, or e-mail date will determine the amount of refund according to the following schedule: Before 12/15/2013 12/16/2013–3/28/2014 After March 28, 2014 Full refund. Refund registration amount less $100 administrative fee. No refund. If your badge and tickets have been mailed at the time of cancellation, you are required to return these to ACP Headquarters to receive the applicable refund. Refunds are not issued at Internal Medicine 2014. A refund that results from a cancellation or change to your registration will be returned to the payor and in the same form as the original method of payment. Guest Program/Exhibit Hall Attendee cancellations are subject to a $15 administrative fee. Refunds are not issued at the meeting. If you have received your badge at the time you cancel, you must return it to ACP Headquarters to receive a refund. A refund that results from a cancellation or change to your registration will be returned to the name on and in the same form as the original method of payment. 48 Reserved Workshop (RWS) Policy (Fax, Mail, or Internet Only) Individuals must be registered for Internal Medicine 2014. Attendees registered for Pre-Courses only cannot purchase tickets for reserved sessions. Reserved sessions are first-come, first-served based on availability. Limit 1 ticket per attendee, while supplies last. Any remaining tickets will be sold onsite at the Ticket Counters beginning Wednesday, April 9, at noon. Tickets will not be sold at the classrooms. Registration Packet Mailing (Registrations postmarked and received by January 31) The packet will contain: Badge and badge holder • Daily planner Purchased Pre-Course and/or reserved session tickets If you receive your packet, you may pick up your badge holder, complimentary bag, and Scientific Program at the Bag Pick-up Counters. For registrations post-marked and received after January 31, you will not receive a registration packet in the mail. Badge and tickets will be available at the “Already Registered” counters. Physician/Guest Hours Tuesday, April 8 7:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Wednesday, April 9 7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Thursday, April 10 6:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Friday, April 11 6:45 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Saturday, April 12 6:45 a.m.–3:00 p.m. CME Forms are Online CME forms will be online for attendees who registered in advance. Once you have completed the online CME form, your transcripts will be accessible in 24 to 72 hours. Viewing your transcripts of College-sponsored CME activities online is a benefit of ACP membership. im2014.acponline.org
    • Travel Information Air Travel Taxi Discounted group rates on travel to Internal Medicine 2014 have been arranged through United, American, and Delta Airlines. For information and booking instructions, see im2014.acponline.org/travelplans. You may also contact Gant Travel, ACP’s official travel agency, at 877-931-0935 to make your reservations. Taxi service is available from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to downtown. Approximate fare to a downtown destination is $40.00-$45.00. Car Rental Avis will offer special discounted rates. To make your reservation, call 800-331-1600 and refer to ACP’s discount number B116099. Reservations can also be confirmed online at im2014.acponline.org/travelplans. Airport Shuttle ACP has partnered with Mears Transportation to provide discounts on roundtrip transportation from the Orlando International Airport. For more information, see im2014.acponline.org/ travelplans. im2014.acponline.org Trolley The I-RIDE Trolley is the exclusive, convenient, and affordable transportation to hundreds of exciting destinations within the International Drive Resort Area. Single fare is $1.50 per ride, and children under 12 ride free with a paying adult. Visit the Official I-RIDE Trolley Web site at www.iridetrolley.com. Parking The Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) provides onsite parking for all attendees at a rate of $15.00 per day. More information can be obtained through OCCC Guest Relations at 407-685-5963. 49
    • Housing Information Housing Registration Cancellations (Closes March 14, 2014) If you need to cancel your hotel reservation prior to your arrival, call 800-221-3531 as soon as you know that your plans have changed. There are no penalties prior to the cut-off date. For all reservations canceled after the hotel deadline, credit cards will be charged in accordance with the individual hotel cancellation policy. Please review your Travel Planners, Inc., confirmation for your hotel’s cancellation policy information. Travel Planners, Inc., serves as the official housing service provider for Internal Medicine 2014. All rooms are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Make your hotel reservations early to guarantee hotel rates and availability. Reservations Online To make your reservations online, visit im2014.acponline.org/travelplans and click on Hotel Discounts. You will be able to see which hotels have availability for the dates of your stay, make your reservations, and immediately receive your Travel Planners, Inc., confirmation number. Reservations by Telephone Telephone reservations will be accepted Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. ET. Travel Planners, Inc., can be reached tollfree at 800-221-3531. Telephone reservations must include a guarantee with a major credit card. Americans with Disabilities Act ᵼ Please be sure to inform Travel Planners, Inc., if you have a disability and require special accommodations. Housing Assistance Onsite A Hotel Information Desk will be located onsite at the Orange County Convention Center in Hall B1. An agent from Travel Planners, Inc., will be available to assist you with any questions concerning your hotel reservations Tuesday-Saturday. Confirmations Attendees who make their reservations online will receive a confirmation number at the end of the online reservation process. A reservation is not complete until a confirmation number appears on the screen. All attendees are responsible for paying room and tax upon check-out. Attendees who make their reservations via telephone will receive confirmations immediately by fax or e-mail. Contact Travel Planners, Inc., directly if you do not receive a confirmation. Changes Call 800-221-3531 before March 14, 2014, to change your reservation without penalty. Orange County Convention Center 50 im2014.acponline.org
    • Orlando Hotel Information 1 17 4 5 8 18 3 12 14 9 19 15 10 13 7 Fly over 16 2 11 6 Hotel q w e r t y u i o a s d f g h j k l ; Courtyard Convention Center Doubletree SeaWorld Embassy Suites Convention Center Extended Stay Pointe Orlando Hampton Inn Convention Center Hilton Garden Inn SeaWorld Hilton Orlando Homewood Suites I-Drive Hyatt Place Convention Center Hyatt Regency Orlando** (HQ) Renaissance Orlando SeaWorld Residence Inn Convention Center Rosen Centre Hotel Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando Rosen Plaza Hotel Rosen Shingle Creek Sonesta ES Suites Orlando Springhill Suites Convention Center Westin Imagine Orlando Single $139.00 $135.00 $174.00* $109.00 $125.00* $125.00 $225.00 $135.00* $132.00 $257.00 $199.00 $139.00 $209.00 $85.00 $199.00 $195.00 $139.00* $129.00 $199.00* Double $139.00 $135.00 $174.00* $109.00 $135.00* $125.00 $225.00 $145.00* $132.00 $277.00 $199.00 $139.00 $209.00 $85.00 $199.00 $195.00 $139.00* $129.00 $199.00* Add 14% to the cost of the room for state and occupancy tax. *Base rate. Additional charges may apply based on room type. **Formerly the Peabody Orlando For hotel services and features, please visit im2014.acponline.org/travelplans and click on Hotel Discounts. im2014.acponline.org 51
    • Preliminary Shuttle Bus Service Final schedule will be available at your hotel or at the Orange County Convention Center. Complimentary shuttle service is provided for all participants at regular intervals to and from the Orange County Convention Center and participating hotels. Service runs during Registration, Pre-Courses, Scientific Program, and Convocation hours. Please consult the final shuttle schedule for designated hotels and specific times. Subject to change and traffic conditions Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Route Name/ Color 4/8/2014 4/9/2014 4/10/2014 4/11/2014 4/12/2014 6:15 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 6:15 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 6:15 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 6:15 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 6:15 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Every 20-30 minutes Every 10-30 minutes Every 8-15 minutes Every 8-15 minutes Every 8-15 minutes Curbside on Austrian Court Embassy Suites Convention Center Curbside on International Drive Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando Curbside on International Drive Rosen Plaza Hotel Curbside on International Drive Extended Stay Pointe Orlando Curbside on Universal Boulevard Hyatt Place Convention Center Curbside on Universal Boulevard Springhill Suites Convention Center Route B – Green Hotel Pick-up Point Driveway at Hall B Courtyard Convention Center Route A – Pink To and From Orange County Convention Center Sonesta ES Suites Orlando Fountain in front of Springhill Suites Curbside on Austrian Court Homewood Suites International Drive Fountain in front of Springhill Suites Hampton Inn Convention Center Residence Inn Convention Center Route C – Blue Fountain in front of Springhill Suites Fountain in front of Springhill Suites Hilton Orlando Hotel Bus Entrance Route D – Orange Hilton Garden Inn at SeaWorld Curbside on Westwood Renaissance Orlando SeaWorld Hotel’s Convention Center Entrance Doubletree at SeaWorld Outer Driveway at Entrance Route E – Yellow Rosen Shingle Creek Westin Imagine Driveway at Transportation Lobby Outer Driveway at Entrance The hotels listed below are within walking distance of the Orange County Convention Center and are not serviced by the shuttle: Hyatt Regency Orlando-HQ (formally The Peabody Orlando) • Rosen Centre Hotel Registration is located in Hall B1. 52 im2014.acponline.org
    • Registration Form American College of Physicians • Internal Medicine 2014 Scientific Meeting April 10-12 • Pre-Courses April 8-9 Orange County Convention Center, West Building, Orlando, FL Ⅺ ᵼ Persons with a disability: Please attach a written description of your needs to the registration form. ACP # Ⅺ Please do not share my mailing address with exhibitors and presentation sponsors. (Name) First MI Last Ⅺ MD Ⅺ DO Ⅺ Other E-mail Address: __________________________________ Ⅺ Check here if new address Street Address City Daytime Phone: __________________________________ ZIP/Postal NPI#:___________________________________________ State/Province Country Instructions: 1. Select Registration Category for Internal Medicine 2014. Key: I Cost if you register by 1/31/2014 I Cost if you register after 1/31/2014  Registration Categories Register by 1/31/2014 Register after 1/31/2014 q w e r t ACP Member, Nonmember Intern*, Resident*, Research Fellow* $659 $739 Resident/Fellow Member $269 $269 Life Member, ACP Medical Student Member Free Free All Other Nonmembers $999 $999 Medical Student Nonmember* $149 Cost $ $149 * Verification letter required. 1. Internal Medicine 2014 Total 2. Select the Pre-Courses you wish to attend. Visit im2014.acponline.org for Pre-Course descriptions. Registration Category (See category chart above) Tear Here  q Pre-Courses w e r Cost $ PRE 1401 Diabetes for the Internist • Tues PRE 1402 Advances in Therapy • Tues PRE 1403 Cardiology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1404 Hospital Medicine• Wed $229 $309 $129 $209 $229 $309 $389 $469 $458 $538 $258 $338 $458 $538 $778 $858 $115 $155 $65 $105 $115 $155 $195 $235 PRE 1405 Neurology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1406 Gastroenterology and Hepatology for the Internist • Wed PRE 1407 ICD-10 Boot Camp • Wed PRE 1408 The Art of Leadership • Tues & Wed PRE 1409 Critical Care Medicine 2014 • Tues & Wed PRE 1410 MOC Exam Preparation • Tues & Wed PRE 1411 2012 Update in IM, Module C0-M • Tues a.m. PRE 1412 2012 Update HM, Module 83-M • Tues p.m. PRE 1413 2013 Update IM, Module C0-P • Wed a.m. PRE 1414 2013 Update HM, Module 83-P • Wed p.m. * Verification letter required. 2. Pre-Course Total Add on your Reserved Workshops (Visit im2014.acponline.org for a complete list.) Write in your selected course codes below. Reserved Workshops (course codes start with RWS)—No Fee* Cost $ 1st Choice: Free 2nd Choice: Free 3rd Choice: Free *Limit one, while available. Reserved Session Total
    • Guest and Exhibit Hall Registration Form GUEST14/EXHIB14 American College of Physicians • Internal Medicine 2014 Scientific Meeting April 10-12 • Pre-Courses April 8-9 Orange County Convention Center, West Building, Orlando, FL 3. Guest Program Registration: Guest Program entitles you to 3 days’ entrance into the Exhibit Hall. Must be 16 years or older. For full Guest Program benefits, visit im2014.acponline.org. Name(s) as They Should Appear on Badge(s) $50 Y N $50 Y N $50 Last Y N $50 MI Breakfast Circle One Y N $50 (Name) First Fee Y N Cost $ Additional Guests Guest of (Registered Physician’s Name and ACP #) Street Address City State/Province ZIP/Postal Country Daytime Phone E-mail Address 3. Guest Program Total 4. Exhibit Hall Attendee Registration: Entitles you to 1 day’s entrance into the Exhibit Hall. Must be 12 years or older. For full Exhibit Hall Attendee benefits, visit im2014.acponline.org. Day MI Thursday, 4/10 Friday, 4/11 Last Guest of (Registered Physician’s Name and ACP #) Street Address City ZIP/Postal $40 $40 Cost $ Country Daytime Phone # of Tickets per Day $40 Saturday, 4/12 (Name) First Fee State/Province E-mail Address Tear Here 4. Exhibit Hall Attendee Total Payment Options Ⅺ Check enclosed. (Payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) Charge to: 1. Internal Medicine 2014 Total 2. Pre-Course Total Card Number 3. Guest Program Total 4. Exhibit Hall Attendee Total Expiration Date (MM/YY) Security Code GRAND TOTAL $ Signature Notice of cancellation must be made in writing (fax, mail, or e-mail). Received by 12/15/13 Full Refund Notice of cancellation for Guest Program or Exhibit Hall Attendee Registration must be made in writing (fax, mail, or e-mail). 12/16/13–3/28/14 Refund less $100 Admin Fee Received by 3/28/14 Refund less $15 Admin Fee After 3/28/14 No Refund After 3/28/14 No Refund S BY PHONE (Credit card only) 800-523-1546, ext. 2600 215-351-2600 (M-F, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET) Refer to Priority Code IM1423 T BY FAX (Credit card only) 215-351-2799 24 Hours a Day U BY MAIL v BY INTERNET (Check or credit card) AC002 American College of Physicians 190 N. Independence Mall West Philadelphia, PA 19106 USA (Credit card only) im2014.acponline.org Enter Priority Code IM1423
    • ACP Adult Tour Ticket Order Form Registration Deadline: March 28, 2014 American College of Physicians • Internal Medicine 2014 Scientific Meeting April 10-12 • Pre-Courses April 8-9 Orlando, FL To register for the Guest Program and the Guest Orientation Breakfast, please use the Guest Program Registration form. Wednesday, April 9 Tour Number Price 8:30-11:30 a.m. The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum 1 Central Florida Everglades: Alligator & Airboat Adventure 2 $88 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m Kennedy Space Center 4 $125 12:30-5:00 p.m Banana River Dolphin & Manatee Expedition 5 $92 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m Kennedy Space Center 6 $125 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Winter Park Wonders 7 $50 Central Florida Everglades: Alligator & Airboat Adventure 8 Total Price $52 1:00-5:00 p.m. Number of Tickets $88 Thursday, April 10 Friday, April 11 Saturday, April 12 Tear Here 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Grand Total For complete tour description and child-care information, please visit im2014.acponline.org and click on the For Meeting Attendees tab to access the Guest Program Web page. If you have specific questions about tours, contact Accent on Arrangements, Inc., directly at 504-524-0188. PAYMENT OPTIONS - FULL PAYMENT REQUIRED. (No form will be processed without payment.) Notice of tour ticket cancellations and requests for refunds must be submitted to Accent on Arrangements, Inc., in writing by March 28, 2014, in order to receive a refund. Unused tour tickets cannot be refunded after the event. Refunds cannot be distributed onsite. Please select your tours carefully. All programs are limited in size, and failure to cancel may prevent others from participating. Note: Prices will increase $5 per tour for tickets purchased onsite. Ⅺ Check enclosed. (Payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) Charge to: Name: _________________________________________________________ Address:________________________________________________________ Card Number City: _____________________________State: ________ ZIP: ____________ Expiration Date (MM/YY) Security Code Phone/Fax: ______________________________________________________ E-mail: _________________________________________________________ Signature S BY PHONE Tour Tickets Cannot be Ordered by Phone ᵼ T BY FAX (Credit card only) 504-524-1229 24 Hours a Day MAIL U BYArrangements, Inc. Accent on v BY INTERNET (Credit card only) 615 Baronne Street, Suite 303 New Orleans, LA 70113 im2014.acponline.org Link to Accents on Arrangements I Persons with a disability, please check here if you require special accommodations. We will contact you.
    • CAMP ACP Child-Care Activity Center Registration Form American College of Physicians • Internal Medicine 2014 Scientific Meeting April 10-12 • Pre-Courses April 8-9 Orlando, FL Registration Deadline: March 28, 2014 • Camp ACP is exclusively open to the families of registered ACP attendees. Ages 6-36 mos. Advanced Reg. $72 $72 $131 $78 $520 $12 Schedule 6:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 12:30-6:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 6:00-11:00 p.m. 3-Day Combo Rate (incl. evening) Optional Hourly Rate (3-hour min.) Ages 6-36 mos. After Advanced Reg. $82 $82 $141 $90 $540 $14 Drop-off Time Pick-up Time Day Care Parents Open House/The Hyatt Regency Orlando Wednesday, April 9, 1:00-4:00 p.m. N/A N/A Ages 3-15 yrs. Advanced Reg. $55 $55 $98 $78 $422 $10 Ages 3-15 yrs. After Advanced Reg. $65 $65 $108 $90 $442 $12 Number of Children Number of Meals @ $15+ Boxed L/D Total @ Adv. Rate N/A N/A N/A Thursday, April 10, 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Friday, April 11, 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Evening Care Saturday, April 12, 6:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Orlando Magic $76/$82* (ages 6 months-15 years) Thursday, April 10, 6:00-11:00 p.m. Fun in the Sun $76/$82* (ages 6 months-15 years) Friday, April 11, 6:00-11:00 p.m. TOTAL $ Parents, please note: The Exhibit Hall is off-limits to strollers and children younger than 12 years old. Infants younger than 1 year may be carried in by their parents. Children older than 12 years must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Child-care is available for your child's enjoyment and well-being. For complete child-care information, please visit im2014.acponline.org and click on the For Meeting Attendees tab to access the Guest Program Web page. ᵼ I Persons with a disability: Please check here if you require special accommodations. We will contact you. Child’s Name_________________________________________________________________Age_______Sex________Birthdate______________ Child’s Name_________________________________________________________________Age_______Sex________Birthdate______________ The child(ren) named above will be released ONLY to the person(s) signing this application. Father/Guardian Full Name_________________________________________Signature________________________________________________ Mother/Guardian Full Name________________________________________Signature________________________________________________ Address______________________________________________City_______________________State_______________ZIP_________________ Cell Phone (_______)_____________________Fax (________)_____________________E-mail:________________________________________ Ⅺ Check enclosed. (Payable to Accent on Arrangements. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) Charge to: Card Number Expiration Date (MM/YY) Security Code Signature Please note: Lunch is not included at onsite camp; however, snacks will be provided. Dinner is included in the Evening Care on Thursday and Friday. Those planning to enroll children in Camp ACP may order meals on this registration form. (View menu options online.) We will assume your child will attend during the hours for which he/she is registered, and we will staff accordingly. You will receive a refund for a cancellation received in writing at Accent offices by March 28, 2014. You will not receive a refund for a cancellation made after that time. “No-shows” receive no refund. This policy is to ensure proper staffing, which is in the best interest of your child. Accent reserves the right to substitute programs of the same or greater value or to cancel programs based on enrollment. Accent does not administer medication, and ill children will not be admitted to Camp ACP. Please mail or fax to: Accent on Arrangements, Inc. 615 Baronne Street, Suite 303, New Orleans, LA 70113 Phone: 504-524-0188 • Fax: 504-524-1229 (24 hours) E-mail: registration@accentoca.com • Registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail upon receipt of this form. Tear Here *Second set of prices reflect increase for sign-up for Evening Care after March 28, 2014. PLEASE NOTE: Child care services are located at the Peabody Orlando.
    • NONPROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID ACP 190 N. Independence Mall West Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572, USA Can’t Attend the Meeting? See page 39 for information about Webcasts and Recordings of Internal Medicine 2014. Discounts are available when you preorder select packages. MD3011