ACP South Dakota Chapter Annual MeetingDocument Transcript
SOUTH DAKOTA ACP SCIENTIFIC MEETING2012 BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA September 12-14 Sioux Falls, SDTop: Falls Park ---- Right: David by Michaelangelo ---- Bottom: Ramkota
PROGRAM SCHEDULE:Wednesday, 4:00 -‐ 6:00 pm South Dakota Council Mee?ngSeptember 12 6:00 -‐ 8:00 pm Governors’ Recep?on *Council Mee?ng and Governor’s Recep?on held at Tom Braithwaite’s home -‐-‐-‐ 3705 S. Lewis Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57103Thursday, 7:00 am Registra.on BeginsSeptember 13 7:25 am Welcome & Introduc.ons -‐Thomas M. Braithwaite, Governor 7:30 am Morning Session Begins -‐ Mark Lounsbery, Moderator 7:30 am SEP Module: Hospice & Pallia.ve Care, Part I -‐LuAnn Eidsness 9:00 am Update on Clostridium Diﬃcile Infec.on -‐ Jorge Gilbert 10:00 am BREAK 10:30 am Recogni.on & Management of Moderate to Severe Persistent Ashtma -‐ Michael Pie.la 11:10 am College Update with Q&A -‐ Thomas G. Tape, ACP Regent 12:00 pm LUNCH PROVIDED Town Hall & Business Mee.ng -‐ Tom Braithwaite Washington Pavillion of Arts and Science
Falls ParkThursday, 1:00 pm AXernoon Session Begins -‐AnneYe Bosworth, ModeratorSeptember 13 1:00 pm Have I Got A Case For You!: A Cau.onary Tale -‐ Hesham Elgouhari 1:20 pm Understanding Medical Controversies: When Evidence and Theory Collide -‐ Tom Tape 2:20 pm Have I Got A Case For You!: Incidental (or Accidental) Finding in the Immunosupressed Popula.on -‐ Nathan Miller 2:40 pm BREAK 3:10 pm Management of HIV -‐ Donna Sweet 4:10 pm HIV/AIDS: Common Infec.ous Complica.ons -‐ Jennifer Hsu 4:55 pm Mee?ng Adjourned 6:30 pm Awards Banquet Minnehaha Country Club 3101 W. 22nd St.
Friday, September 14 7:00 am Advancement to Fellowship Con?nental Breakfast**7:30 am Morning Session Begins -‐ MaY Jahraus, Moderator7:30 am Hypertension in Two Diﬀerent Worlds -‐ Chris.ne Lankhort 8:30 am What’s New for Women’s Health: The Good, The Bad, The Indiﬀerent -‐ Donna Sweet9:30 am Have I Got A Case For You!: Stones, Bones, St. Joseph’s Cathedral Abdominal Groans, Psychiatric Moans & Diagnos.c Unknowns -‐ Rick Holm9:50 am BREAK 10:20 am Donald Humphrey’s Scholars’ Day Winner: Coronary to Pulmonary Artery Fistulas During Bacterial Endocardi.s Inves.ga.on: A Rare Incidental Finding -‐ John Kelly Wachira10:40 am Resident Poster Session Pooja Aggarwal, Vanessa Garcia-‐Chen, Old Courthouse Museum Mariko Saso-‐Hagiwara, Dilpriya Mangat, Pavithra PaYabiraman, Troy Rowekamp and Then Tong 11:10 am Have I Got A Case For You!: Bringing Down Rocky -‐ Jeremy Cauwels11:30 am LUNCH PROVIDED Can’t Anyone Here Play This Game?: Broken Poli9cs, Pettigrew Museum Broken Health Care, Broken Promises -‐ Bob Doherty **Any member contempla?ng applying for advancement to Fellowship should a_end, as well as current Fellows who can assist those seeking Fellowship by ac?ng as seconders to their applica?on.
Friday, September 14 1:30 pm AXernoon Session Begins -‐ Marc Aldrich, Moderator1:30 pm Inpa.ent and Outpa.ent Diabetes Management: An Endocrinologist’s Perspec.ve -‐ Brandon Allard 2:20 pm BREAK2:50 pm SEP Module: Hospice & Pallia.ve Care, Part II -‐ Joann BenneY4:20 pm MEETING ADJOURNEDMODERATORS: Marc N. Aldrich, MD, ACP Member, received his undergraduate degree at Augustana College (Sioux Falls) and his medical training at Sanford USD School of Medicine. Following medical internship with the Naval Medical Center in San Diego he completed Internal Medicine residency at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He prac.ced general Internal Medicine with Sanford Health from 1992 00 2004, and has been serving Rapid City Regional Health System as a hospitalist since 2004. He and his wife, Cynthia, have three children. Anne_e Bosworth, MD, ACP Member, is an informa.cs internal medicine physician ﬁlled with the passion to change the world -‐ one life at a .me. She is the founder of Independent Medicine Prof. LLC, and Preven.ve Health Strategies, a non-‐proﬁt organiza.on focused on accessible, quality health care for marginalized popula.ons in Sioux Falls, SD. Dr. Bosworth is cer.ﬁed to provide not only general prac.ce services but also a recognized expert in nutri.on, exercise and mental condi.oning programs. She is also the founder of ECHO Kids a local ini.a.ve that is aimed at reducing childhood obesity and lowering childhood rates of diabetes. Dr. Bosworth is involved in helping reform healthcare around the globe. She was recently in Hai., heading several medical mission trips providing necessary services to rural and urban areas. Dr. Bosworth is blessed to share her life with her husband, Chad, and their three children. Ma_hew D. Jahraus, MD, ACP Member, has been in prac.ce at Sanford USD Medical Center for 2 years with the Sanford Clinic Hospitalist group. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota. He is ac.ve in both medical student and resident educa.on on the hospitalist teaching service. His areas of interest include peri-‐opera.ve medicine and pa.ent educa.on. Dr. Jahraus received his medical degree from Midwestern University-‐Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He currently resides in Sioux Falls with his wife Allison and two sons. Mark G. Lounsbery, DO, ACP Member, is a 2005 graduate of Des Moines University and a na.ve of Beresford, South Dakota. He is currently an Internal Medicine Physician at The Sanford Adult Medicine Clinic. Dr. Lounsbery has been a member of the American College of Physicians since 2008. He also is a member of the South Dakota State Medical Associa.on, as well as, serving as Clinical Faculty at The Sanford School of Medicine of The University of South Dakota since 2005. In his free .me he enjoys spending .me with his family and genng in a round or two of golf when possible.
FACULTY: Brandon L. Allard, MD, has been in prac.ce at Sanford USD Medical Center for 8 years as a clinical endocrinologist. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota. Dr. Allard received his medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School, completed Internal Medicine residency at AbboY Northwestern, and completed a 3 year Endocrine Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. He lives in Sioux Falls with his wife and two children. Joann Benne_, MD is a Board Cer.ﬁed Internal Medicine Physician with Subspecialty in Pulmonary Medicine and Hospice & Pallia.ve Medicine. In addi.on, she has had the opportunity to work in the Avera eICU as a virtual Intensivist. Dr. BenneY has prac.ced in the Sioux Falls area for 11 years. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Sanford School of Medicine. Her enthusiasm for educa.on and holis.c medical prac.ce are apparent in her work . Thomas M. Braithwaite, MD, FACP is the current Governor of the South Dakota ACP. He graduated Augustana College in 1978 and Sanford USD School of Medicine in 1982. From 1982-‐85 he did his Internal Medicine residency at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, IA. Dr. Braithwaite then prac.ced general Internal Medicine from 1985 to 2003 at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, SD. He stayed at Sanford Health as a Hospitalist from 2003 to 2010 and is now Chief Quality Oﬃcer. Along with his wife Tacey, they have two children. His interests include music, running, and reading. Jeremy M. Cauwels, MD, FACP was born in Viborg, SD in 1976. He grew up in Hawarden, IA, and aYended the University of Northern Iowa. Medical School was at the University of Iowa College of Medicine, and Residency was at the University of Kansas where he was selected to be Chief Resident. He returned to Sioux Falls 6 years ago, and has been a Hospitalist at Sanford USD Medical Center since. Bob Doherty is Senior Vice President of Governmental Aﬀairs and Public Policy for the American College of Physicians (ACP), the largest physician specialty society and second largest medical organiza.on in the U.S. ACP represents 130,000 internal medicine physicians and medical students. Mr. Doherty has over 31 years of health policy experience and is an accomplished presenter at health conferences. From 1979 to 1998, he worked in the governmental aﬀairs department of the American Society of Internal Medicine, and with the merger of ASIM and ACP in June, 1998, joined the ACP as Senior Vice President for Governmental Aﬀairs and Public Policy. LuAnn M. Eidsness, MD, FACP aYended medical school and completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Sanford School of Medicine. She joined SSOM in 1990 and is now Chair of the Department. She teaches biomedical ethics and hospice/pallia.ve medicine (HPM) to the students and residents. She is board cer.ﬁed in both internal medicine and hospice/pallia.ve medicine. She is the medical director of Ethics and HPM at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls.
FACULTY: Hesham M. Elgouhari, MD, FACP is the medical director of the Avera Medical Group Liver Disease center in Sioux Falls, SD. Dr. Elgouhari completed his fellowship in Hepatology/Transplant Hepatology at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. He has also completed an Infec.ous Disease fellowship at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. Dr. Elgouhari is board cer.ﬁed in Internal Medicine and Infec.ous Disease. His special interests include Transplant Hepatology, viral hepa..s, autoimmune and metabolic liver disease. Jorge A. Gilbert, MD has been in clinical prac.ce at Sanford Health for 12 years. He is an ac.ve member of the medical staﬀ at Sanford USD Medical Center, and is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota. Always the teacher, he is highly regarded as a technically superior endoscopist, and is a favorite amongst students and residents alike. He is widely respected for his knowledge of the care and treatment of the full range of GI problems including hepatology and pancrea.co-‐biliary concerns along with a large endoscopy prac.ce. Dr. Gilbert received his medical training at pres.gious academic medical centers including Harvard, MassachuseYs General Hospital, and the Mayo School of Medicine. A na.ve of Ecuador, he resides in Sioux Falls with his wife and two daughters.” Richard P. Holm, MD, FACP is an outpa.ent and hospital internist prac.cing 30+ years in Brookings. His interests in medicine include the general broad sweep of diagnos.c and therapeu.c problems adults and elderly encounter living on the prairie. He performs colonoscopy, echocardiography, and an.cipates developing some exper.se in teaching hand held ultrasound for the generalist. For the past 10 years, Dr. Holm has been medical director of the PBS television program OnCall. In 2011, he and his wife Joanie founded Healing Words Founda.on, whose mission is to enhance health and diminish suﬀering through the communica.on of useful informa.on, based on honest science, provided in a respecqul and compassionate manner. Jennifer L. Hsu, MD, ACP Member, aYended medical school at the University of Missouri and completed residency and fellowship training in Infec.ous Disease at the University of Wisconsin. AXer fellowship, she was on the University of Wisconsin faculty before taking a posi.on at Sanford Health. Dr. Hsu is ac.ve in an.bio.c stewardship and infec.on control within the Sanford Health system and also par.cipates ac.vely in medical educa.on ini.a.ves at Sanford USD School of Medicine. In her free .me, she enjoys hiking, traveling, and cooking. Chris?na E. Lankhorst, MD, ACP Member grew up in Sioux Falls, SD and aYended Medical School at Case Western Reserve University. She completed her residency and fellowship at University Hospitals Case Medical Center. Dr. Lankhorst is board cer.ﬁed in Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and most recently became a Cer.ﬁed Hypertension Specialist. She joined Sanford Nephrology Clinic in August 2010 and is ac.vely involved with the Na.onal Kidney Founda.on and now the American College of Physicians. Outside of work Dr. Lankhorst enjoys spending .me with her family. Recently, she and her husband Trent welcomed a new addi.on to their Nate J. Miller, MD, ACP Member, aYended medical school and did his residency at Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota. Dr. Miller was chief resident un.l June 2012 and is currently a hospitalist at Avera McKennan and is ac.vely involved in the Young Physicians Council for the SD ACP. His areas of interest are medical educa.on and quality improvement and he is also a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine.
FACULTY: Michael P. Pie?la, MD, ACP Member, is board cer.ﬁed in Internal, Cri.cal Care and Pulmonary Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians. He is an Academic Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of South Dakota, and the Chief of Staﬀ and Medical Director of the ICU at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital in Yankton, SD. He is also a member of the board of directors at Sacred Heart. Dr. Pie.la, a South Dakota na.ve, aYended medical school at the University of South Dakota and completed his internship, residency and fellowship training at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He has been prac.cing medicine at the Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. since 2006. Donna E. Sweet, MD, MACP, is a Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-‐Wichita, KS. She is a Master in the American College of Physicians and is the Immediate Past Chair of the American College of Physicians Founda.on Board as well as Chair Emeritus of the American College of Physicians Board of Regents. Dr. Sweet is also an AMA delegate for the ACP and is a member of the Council on Medical Service of the AMA. She is cer.ﬁed as an HIV specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine and na.onal Co-‐Chair of the CDC HRSA AIDS Advisory Council (CHAC). She is also the Principal Inves.gator and Director of the Kansas AIDS Educa.on and Training Center. Thomas G. Tape, MD, FACP, is the current Chair of the Board of Governors of the American College of Physicians (ACP). Dr. Tape has been a Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP) since 1991. He has also recently served as ACP Governor for the Nebraska Chapter. Board cer.ﬁed in internal medicine, Dr. Tape earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and a medical degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He completed an internal medicine residency and fellowship at the University of Rochester in New York. Dr. Tape is a professor of internal medicine at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine, where he serves as chief of the division of general internal medicine. He is also the vice-‐chair of clinical aﬀairs of the department of internal medicine. PLANNING COMMITTEE: Thomas Braithwaite, MD, FACP Jeremy Cauwels, MD, FACP Eric Larson, MD, FACP "e reward for work well done $ % o&ounity to do mor( --Jonas Salk, MD
Residents Presenting Posters: Pooja Aggarwal, MD, Associate Vanessa Garcia-Chen, MD, Associate Mariko Saso-Hagiwara, MD, Associate Dilpriya Mangat, MD, Associate Pavithra Pattabiraman, MD, Associate Troy Rowekamp, MD, Associate Then Tong, MD, AssociateDonald Humphrey’s Scholars’ Day Winner: John Kelly Wachira John Kelly Wachira, MD, Associate Queen Bee Mill - Sioux Falls, SD Downtown Trolley
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Pre-‐registra?ons must be received by September 5th. Aher that date, you must register on-‐site and there is an addi?onal $50 fee —save money by registering now. South Dakota ACP 2012 Registration Form* • Registration can be completed by one of the following:Please -Faxing the form to 605-271-9227 (no cover sheet necessary) -Mailing the form to: South Dakota ACP, 4904 S. Sweetbriar Dr., Sioux Falls, SD 57108complete Attendee’s Name: ___________________________________________ (MD) (DO)each Credit Card Billing Address:______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________blank Phone:________________________ E-mail for receipt:_______________________space; Registration Fees (PLEASE NOTE EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION): Category – Please check one: Before 8/15/12 After 8/15/12 Amount to beeven Charged ACP Member $300 $400 $ Non-Member $450 $550 $with ACP Resident/Student $0 $50 $a zero Guest Fee for Governor’s Reception and Awards Banquet Guest Name: $75 $100 $or I wish to make a voluntary $ donation to support theN/A South Dakota ACP TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $ -- PLEASE INDICATE WHICH MEAL(S) YOU AND/OR GUEST WILL BE ATTENDING Thank EXAMPLE MEAL%OR%EVENT ATTENDEE X GUEST X Wednesday,%September%12%–%Governor’s%Reception You! %%%%%%FHeld%at%Tom%Braithwaite’s%Home %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%3705%S.%Lewis%Ct. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%Sioux%Falls,%SD%%%%%%%% -- Thursday,%September%13%F%Lunch N/A Thursday,%September%13%–%Awards%Banquet Friday,%September%14%F%Fellowship%Breakfast N/A*Registrations Friday,%September%14%F%Lunch N/A cannot be CHARGE TO: _________________________________________________________ processed (Name as it appears on card) without _____VISA _____MC _____AMERICAN EXPRESS _____DISCOVER complete information. CARD #_______________________________________________________________ EXP. DATE: ______________________ SECURITY CODE: ____________________ (3 digits on back or 4 digits on front of card) SIGNATURE:___________________________________________________________