American College of Physicians    Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine                     2012       Tennessee Chapt...
GOVERNOR’S LETTERTennessee                         Dear Colleague,                                  I invite you to join m...
PROGRAM SCHEDULEThursday, October 18, 2012                          1:15   Cervix Cancer Screening Update:                ...
PROGRAM SCHEDULESaturday, October 20, 2012                       9:45       Break                                         ...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty                                 Ronald H. Lands, MD, Associate                  ...
P O S T- C O U R S E : ABIM SEPMODULE SESSION FORMAINTENANCE OFC E RT I F I C AT I O NSaturday, October 20, 2012          ...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NAssociate and Student                           Genre: poetry or vignette               ...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NWho Should Attend                         Hotel Accommodations• General internists      ...
HOW TO REGISTER• If you need more information on         • To access our online meeting  the meeting, please contact      ...
R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M                                                                  CMBAmerican College of Phy...
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American College of Physicians: 2012 Chapter Annual Scientific Meeting

  1. 1. American College of Physicians Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine 2012 Tennessee Chapter Scientific Meeting October 18–20, 2012 Chattanoogan Hotel Chattanooga, TennesseePost-Course—ABIM SEP Module Sessions for Maintenance of Certification Saturday, October 20, 2012 Internal Medicine 2012: Opportunities and Challenges
  2. 2. GOVERNOR’S LETTERTennessee Dear Colleague, I invite you to join me and your colleagues inChapter Meeting internal medicine at the next scientific meetingHighlights: of the Tennessee Chapter of the American College of Physicians, being held October 18–20• Perioperative Management at the Chattanoogan Hotel in Chattanooga.• Optimizing Outcomes This meeting is not just for ACP members. I in COPD particularly want to invite nonmembers to• Atrial Fibrillation and join us for this important clinical update and to Stroke Prevention learn about the benefits of membership at the same time.• Panel Discussion of Medical Home and ACO In addition to earning up to 15.5 CME credits, Practice Models by attending this meeting you will:• HIV Screening and Care • Gain insight into recent medical advances.• High-Value, Cost-Conscious • Discuss local and national issues affecting the Care Focus with Updates practice and teaching of internal medicine. for Syncope, CHF, and • Greet old friends, meet new friends, and Cervical Cancer Screening develop a network of colleagues in your area.• CME for Prescribing Practices Between scientific sessions, please visit the College table. You will find information on new• Lupus ACP programs, products, and services. There’s• Workshops for Teaching, always something new at the College table— Billing, and Clinical Skills stop by and see for yourself.• Associates’ and Students’ To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting, Clinical, Research, and complete the registration form at the back of this Literature Competitions brochure and send it in today. The opportunities• Two ABIM Maintenance of available at this meeting will help you meet not Certification Modules only your needs as a physician, but also the needs of the patients you serve. I look forward to seeing you in Chattanooga. Sincerely,This educational activity Kenneth E. Olive, MD, FACPhas been designated ACP Governor, Tennessee Chapterfor 11.5 CME credits.An additional 4 creditscan be earned if youattend the SEPpost-course.
  3. 3. PROGRAM SCHEDULEThursday, October 18, 2012 1:15 Cervix Cancer Screening Update: HPV Testing Changes ParadigmAssociates’ Program Larry C. Kilgore, MD,5:00 p.m. Welcome and Announcements FACS, FACOG5:30–7:00 Reception and Poster Viewing 2:15 Breakout Workshops 1 (select one)7:00–8:00 Poster Presentations with Judging HIV Screening and Care for the8:00–9:00 Medical Jeopardy (Doctor’s General Internist Dilemma™) James M. Sizemore, MD Strategies for Clinical TeachingFriday, October 19, 2012 Susan T. Hingle, MD, FACP7:00– Registration and Syncope8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Christopher J. Klugewicz, Visit exhibits and posters MD, FACC8:00 Welcome and Announcements Billing and Coding Update– Kenneth E. Olive, MD, FACP Documenting Quality Governor, ACP R. Brad Canada, MD, MS Tennessee Chapter 3:10 Break8:05 Introduction Visit the College table and Daphne M. Norwood, MD, exhibits MPH, FACP 3:30 Breakout Session II (select one) Program Chair Life with One Kidney: Care and8:10 New Evidence Changing Perioperative Counseling Practice James A. Tumlin, MD, James B. Lewis, Jr., MD, CCRP FACP Narrative Medicine in Teaching9:00 Associates’ Clinical Vignette and Practice Competition Donna J. Doyle “Stump the Professor” Ronald H. Lands, MD Moderators: Tracey E. Musculoskeletal Clinical Skills Doering, MD, FACP and Workshop Mukta Panda, MD, FACP Victor O. Kolade, MD,10:00 Break FACP Visit the College table and Billing and Coding Update– exhibits Documenting Quality (Repeat) Associates’ Poster Viewing R. Brad Canada, MD, MS10:30 Optimizing Outcomes in COPD 4:30 Tennessee Chapter Town Meeting Management 5:00 Tennessee Council of Young Rajiv Dhand, MD, FCCP, Physicians Meeting FAARC 5:30 Adjourn11:20 Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke 7:00 Reception at the Tennessee Aquarium Prevention Vijay K. Ramu, MD, FACC Presentation of Winning Entries for Narrative Medicine Contest12:15 p.m. Lunch College Update 2012: High-Value, Cost-Conscious Care Susan T. Hingle, MD, FACP Laureate Presentations Presentation of Associate and Student Clinical Case and Research Awards 3
  4. 4. PROGRAM SCHEDULESaturday, October 20, 2012 9:45 Break Visit the College table7:00 a.m. Registration and Continental and exhibits Breakfast 10:00 CHF: Evidence Based Management Small Group Breakfast Discussions Strategies Hospitalist Breakfast–Technology Bret A. Rogers, MD, FACC That Works 10:45 Boundaries with Your Prescribing Discussion Leader: Steven Practices M. Hegedus, MD, FACP Charlene M. Dewey, MD, Outpatient Medicine Breakfast– MEd, FACP Technology That Works This activity satisfies the TN Discussion Leader: Sonal S. State Board of Medical Gupta, MD Examiners requirement for 17:45 Pathway to Fellowship CME credit every 2 years in Kenneth E. Olive, MD, prescribing practices. FACP Noon TN ACP Council Lunch and Meeting8:00 Lupus Diagnosis and Care 1:30– ABIM Self-Evaluation Program Debendra Pattanaik, MD, 5:30 p.m. Modules FAAAAI, FACR8:45 From Medical Home to the ACO: Opportunities and Challenges in New Practice Models–A Panel Discussion Randall T. Curnow, Jr., MD, MBA, FACP, FACHE, FACPE (Panel Leader) CMO, Summit Medical Group, Knoxville J. Fred Ralston, MD, MACP Past President, American College of Physicians Fayetteville Medical Associates, Fayetteville Catherine R. Womack, MD, FACP University of Tennessee Medical Group, Memphis Thomas G. Lundquist, MD, MMM, FAAP, FACPE VP Performance Measurement & Improvement BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee4
  5. 5. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty Ronald H. Lands, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Geriatrics,R. Brad Canada, MD, MS, Associate Hematology-Oncology, PalliativeProfessor of Medicine and Nephrology, Medicine, University of TennesseeUniversity of Tennessee College of College of Medicine, KnoxvilleMedicine, Memphis James B. Lewis, Jr., MD, FACP,Randall T. Curnow, Jr., MD, MBA, Professor of Medicine, UniversityFACP, FACHE, FACPE, Chief of Tennessee College of Medicine,Medical Officer, Summit Medical MemphisGroup, Knoxville Thomas G. Lundquist, MD, MMM,Charlene M. Dewey, MD, MEd, FAAP, FACPE, VP PerformanceFACP, Co-Director, Center for Measurement & Improvement,Professional Health, Vanderbilt BlueCross BlueShield of TennesseeUniversity School of Medicine, Mukta Panda, MD, FACP, ProfessorNashville and Chair, Department of Medicine,Rajiv Dhand, MD, FCCP, FAARC, University of Tennessee College ofProfessor and Chair, Department of Medicine, ChattanoogaMedicine, University of Tennessee Debendra N. Pattanaik, MD,College of Medicine, Knoxville FAAAAI, FACR, Assistant ProfessorTracey E. Doering, MD, FACP, of Medicine, Rheumatology andProgram Director, Internal Medicine Allergy, University of TennesseeResidency Program, University of Health Science Center, MemphisTennessee Baptist Hospital, Nashville J. Fred Ralston, Jr., MD, MACP,Donna J. Doyle, Poet-in-Residence/ Past President, ACP; FayettevilleLibrarian, Preston Medical Library, Medical Associates, FayettevilleUniversity of Tennessee Medical Vijay K. Ramu, MD, FACC,Center, Knoxville Associate Professor of Medicine andSonal S. Gupta, MD, Internist, Cardiology, ETSU, Johnson CityHeritage Medical Associates, Franklin Bret A. Rogers, MD, FACC,Steven M. Hegedus, MD, FACP, Assistant Professor, Cardiology,Hospitalist, Baptist Memorial Medical University of Tennessee CollegeGroup, Memphis of Medicine, KnoxvilleSusan T. Hingle, MD, FACP, James M. Sizemore, MD, AssistantChair-elect, ACP Board of Professor of Medicine and InfectiousGovernors; Governor, ACP Illinois Disease, University of TennesseeDownstate Chapter; Associate College of Medicine, ChattanoogaProfessor of Medicine, Southern James A. Tumlin, MD, CCRP,Illinois University School of Professor of Medicine and Nephrology,Medicine, Springfield, Illinois University of Tennessee College ofLarry C. Kilgore, MD, FACS, Medicine, ChattanoogaFACOG, Professor and Division Catherine R. Womack, MD, FACP,Director, University Gynecologic Associate Professor of Medicine,Oncology, University of Tennessee University of Tennessee College ofCollege of Medicine, Knoxville Medicine, MemphisChristopher J. Klugewicz, MD,FACC, University of Tennessee-Erlanger Cardiology, ChattanoogaVictor O. Kolade, MD, FACP,Associate Professor of Medicine,University of Tennessee College ofMedicine, Chattanooga 5
  6. 6. P O S T- C O U R S E : ABIM SEPMODULE SESSION FORMAINTENANCE OFC E RT I F I C AT I O NSaturday, October 20, 2012 The American College of Physicians designates this live activity for aModerators: James B. Lewis, Jr., maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category MD, FACP 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should Catherine J. Clarke, claim only the credit commensurate MD, FACP with the extent of their participation in the activity.1:30 p.m. ABIM Self-Evaluation (SEP) Module Session for Maintenance of Certification: Who Should Attend the SEP Post-Course? 2012 Update in Hospital- Based IM • Internists participating in the ABIM Continuing Professional3:30 ABIM Self-Evaluation (SEP) Development Program Module Session for Maintenance of Certification: • General internists 2012 Update in Office-Based IM • Family practitioners5:30 Adjourn • Subspecialty physiciansSEP Faculty SEP NoteJames B. Lewis, Jr., MD, FACP, The Tennessee Chapter will provideProfessor of Medicine, University of you with a “Learner’s Copy” of theTennessee College of Medicine Veteran ABIM module(s) at the course.Affairs Medical Center, Memphis If you are enrolled in the ABIMs Maintenance of Certification (MOC)Catherine J. Clarke, MD, FACP, Program, you must also order theClinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, SEP module directly from ABIM byMedical Director, Methodist Teaching visiting orPractice, University of Tennessee calling 800-441-2246, ext. 3598*.College of Medicine, Memphis After the learning session, submit yourSEP Learning Objectives answers to ABIM for MOC points. For more information about ABIM’s• Participate in group discussion to Maintenance of Certification Program, determine answers to multiple- visit choice questions.• Complete a Module toward partial fulfillment of the ABIM’s Maintenance of Certification.SEP CME AccreditationThe American College of Physicians *If you are already enrolled in the ABIMis accredited by the Accreditation MOC program, there is no additionalCouncil for Continuing Medical fee for this official version of the module.Education to provide continuing If you are not enrolled in the ABIMmedical education for physicians. MOC program, you may attend the course; however, you must enroll in the MOC program prior to receiving MOC points for the knowledge module. To enroll in the MOC program, call ABIM at 800-441-2246, ext. 3598.6
  7. 7. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NAssociate and Student Genre: poetry or vignette 750 words or less. Use Ad Libitum fromActivities JAMA or On Being a Doctor in AnnalsMedical students and residents are of Internal Medicine as models.encouraged to participate in all annual The deadline for the competitionsmeeting events, especially those activ- is August 31, 2012. Submissionities designed specifically for their information will be available in earlyinterests. Registration is free for all June at the TN ACP Chapter websitemedical students and resident physi- and at TN internal medicine residencycians who should register in advance programs. For additional information,to facilitate meeting planning. contact Wilma Cooley at 615-460-1650.On Thursday evening, October 18,there will be a reception for our resi- Laureate Awarddent physicians, students and mentors. It is with distinct pleasure that theActivities planned for Thursday and Tennessee Chapter presents physi-Friday include research and clinical cians with the chapter Laureate Award.poster presentations as well as Doctor’s Laureate Award winners are long-DilemmaTM and Stump the Professor standing and loyal supporters of theCompetitions. College who have rendered distin-Winners of the clinical and research guished service to their chapterscompetitions will be announced at and community and have upheldthe Friday lunch reception. Resident the high ideals and professionalphysician winners of the clinical and standards for which the College isresearch posters and Doctor’s DilemmaTM known. The award will be presentedcontests will represent the Tennessee during lunch on Friday.Chapter at the National ACP InternalMedicine Meeting in San Francisco, Scientific Program CommitteeCalifornia on April 11–13, 2013. Daphne M. Norwood, MD, MPH,This year, we will have a narrative FACP (Chair)medicine competition. There will Monique Forskin-Bennerman, MD,be categories for practicing internists, FACPinternal medicine resident physicians andmedical students with an interest in internal Sonal S. Gupta, MDmedicine. Winning entries will be pre- Jason T. Hayes, MD, MSPH, FACPsented at the Friday evening reception Steven M. Hegedus, MD, FACPat the Tennessee Aquarium. Victor O. Kolade, MD, FACPTheme: Write about a time whenyou or a loved one has been rendered Richard G. Lane, MD, FACPvulnerable by disease or circumstances Lisa J. Staton, MD, FACPand how that has shaped your approach Catherine R. Womack, MD, FACPto patients who depend on you forguidance with their chronic or cata- With great thanks for the assistancestrophic illnesses. of our Governor, Kenneth E. Olive, MD, FACP 7
  8. 8. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NWho Should Attend Hotel Accommodations• General internists We have reserved a block of rooms• Subspecialty internists at the following hotels until September 18, 2012. When making your• Family practitioners reservation, be sure to mention that• Fellows in subspecialty training you will be attending the ACP• Hospitalists Tennessee Chapter meeting.• Allied health practitioners Single/Double: $149• Residents (internists in training) Chattanoogan Hotel 1201 South Broad Street• Medical students interested in Chattanooga, TN 37402 internal medicine Group ID #419826 800-619-0018Learning Objectives Sheraton Read HouseAt the conclusion of this activity, the 827 Broad Streetparticipant will be able to: Chattanooga, TN• Apply updated knowledge of internal 423-266-4121 medicine to clinical practice. The rooms are available on a first-• Increase confidence in performing come, first-served basis, so make clinical skills. your reservation as early as possible.• Understand political advocacy and reform. Area Interests There is much to see and do inCME Accreditation Chattanooga within walking distance or a trolley ride of theThe American College of Physicians conference site, including:is accredited by the AccreditationCouncil for Continuing Medical • Tennessee Aquarium and IMAXEducation (ACCME) to provide theatrecontinuing medical education • Creative Discovery Children’sfor physicians. MuseumThe American College of Physicians • Chattanooga Choo Choo Traindesignates this live activity for a Museummaximum 11.5 AMA PRA Category • Bluff View and North Shore Arts1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should Districtsclaim only the credit commensuratewith the extent of their participation • Hunter Museum of American Artin the activity. • Coolidge Park Antique Carousel • Riverboat Tours For more on what to see andIf you are interested in becoming do in Chattanooga, visit thea member of the College, please Chattanooga Visitor’s Bureau atcontact the Customer Service at 800-523-1546, ext.2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET).Attendance at chapter meetingscan help all ACP members meet thequalifications for advancement toFellowship. It is especially importantfor those applying under the pathwaythat calls for 5 years of activity asa Member.8
  9. 9. HOW TO REGISTER• If you need more information on • To access our online meeting the meeting, please contact information or to print another Wilma Cooley at 615-460-1650. registration form for a friend• For information on College- or colleague, go to related issues, contact the Tennessee Chapter Governor, • To take advantage of the reduced rate Kenneth Olive, MD, FACP, by for hotel accommodations and to telephone at 423-439-8005 or reserve your hotel room, call the hotel e-mail directly at the number listed above.• To register for the meeting, complete the attached registration form and return it with your fee made payable to ACP–TN Chapter to: ACP–TN Chapter Wilma Cooley 2301 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 9
  10. 10. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMBAmerican College of Physicians RM1321Tennessee Chapter Scientific MeetingOctober 18–20, 2012This form may be photocopied.ACP # (found on mailing label)Name J MD J DOAddressCity/State/ZIPDaytime PhoneFaxE-MailJ Please check here to indicate a permanent change to your preferred address for all College mailings.J Please exclude me from receiving mailings from the meeting exhibitors.Registration Fees:Check one category that best applies. Registration fee includes continentalbreakfasts, lunch, all scientific sessions and materials, and CME documentation.ACP CategoriesJ Master J Fellow J Member ............................................................... $175J Associate (Resident Member)............................................................. No FeeJ Medical Student Member ................................................................... No FeeJ Affiliate Member (Allied Health Professional) ...................................... $125Nonmember CategoriesJ Nonmember Physician ........................................................................... $200J Nonmember Resident ......................................................................... No FeeJ Nonmember Medical Student ............................................................ No FeeJ Nonmember Allied Health Professional ................................................ $175SESSION II (Saturday, 1:30–5:30 p.m.)ABIM SEP-Based Learning for Recertification:Registration fee for Session II includes learning session and CME documentation. J ACP Member–$125 J Nonmember–$225 Session I–Scientific Session, Friday and Saturday $ _________ Session II–SEP-Based Learning: Office- and Hospital-Based Modules $ _________Reception Friday Evening: Meeting attendee $40 Meeting attendee guest $40 Associate $20 Associate guest $20 $ _________ GRAND TOTAL $ _________PAYMENT:Please make your check payable to ACP–TN Chapter and mail to: ACP–TN Chapter Wilma Cooley 2301 21st Avenue South Nashville, TN 37212 Questions? Please call Wilma at 615-460-1650. J We encourage participation by all individuals. Check here if you are disabled and require assistance. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you better. Please notify the Tennessee Chapter in writing at least 30 days before your course. We’ll be glad to help. CHS1070