American College of Physicians  Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine                    2012       Georgia Chapter   ...
GOVERNOR’S LETTERGeorgia Chapter                  Dear Colleague,                                 As the Governor of the G...
SEP-B A S E D S C H E D U L ESEP-Based Learning Session                Participation in the SEPUpdate                     ...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty                                  Christina Payne, MD, Instructor of             ...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NN. Wilson Holland, MD, FACP,              Chapter Excellence AwardDAC, VA Hospital, Atla...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NCME Accreditation                           DirectionsThe American College of Physicians...
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NArea Interests                            Luxury Lake Lanier Islands Spa                ...
PROGRAM SCHEDULEFostering Excellence in Internal MedicineFriday, September 14, 2012                              3:30     ...
HOW            TO        REGISTERHow to Register                            • Cancellations/Refunds                       ...
R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M                                                     CMB     American College of Physicians ...
R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M                                             CMBREGISTRATION FEES:                          ...
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American College of Physicians: 2012 Georgia Chapter Scientific Meeting

  1. 1. American College of Physicians Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine 2012 Georgia Chapter Scientific Meeting September 14–16, 2012 Legacy Lodge, Lake Lanier Islands Buford, GeorgiaFostering Excellence in Internal Medicine Register online now!
  2. 2. GOVERNOR’S LETTERGeorgia Chapter Dear Colleague, As the Governor of the Georgia Chapter of theMeeting Highlights: American College of Physicians, I invite you to• Numerous clinical lectures join me and your colleagues in internal medicine and updates at our annual scientific meeting September 14–16, 2012, at the Legacy Lodge, Lake Lanier• Technology: Mobile Islands in Buford, Georgia. This meeting is not Applications in Health Care just for ACP members. I particularly want to• Health and public policy invite non-members to join us for this important lecture and updates clinical update and learn about the many benefits• Self-Evaluation of Medical of membership. I believe you will see ACP indeed Knowledge points (SEP)/ meets your most important needs as an internal Maintenance of Certification medicine physician. (MOC) module In addition to earning up to 14 CME credits, by• Associates’ and Medical attending this meeting you will: Students’ Competition • Learn relevant clinical updates in internal• Chapter committee medicine meetings • Discover new medical information technology• Chapter social events • Discuss state and national legislative and• Family time regulatory issues affecting the practice and teaching of internal medicine • Greet old friends, meet new friends, and develop a network of colleagues in your area • Take some time for yourself or with your family to relax and enjoy the sights around Lake Lanier Islands Between scientific sessions, please visit the College table. You will find information on newThis educational activity ACP programs, products, and services. There’s always something new at the College table—has been designated for stop by and see for yourself.12 CME credits. To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting, register now by visiting andAn additional 2 credits completing the easy online registration form.can be earned if you You may also complete the form at the back of this brochure and send it by mail or fax. Theattend the SEP course. opportunities available at this meeting will help you meet not only your needs as a physician but also the needs of the patients you serve. I look forward to seeing you at Lake Lanier Islands. Sincerely, Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, MACP ACP Governor, Georgia Chapter2
  3. 3. SEP-B A S E D S C H E D U L ESEP-Based Learning Session Participation in the SEPUpdate Module for Maintenance ofWe will offer one American Board Certification (MOC)of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Self The chapter will provide participantsEvaluation Medical Knowledge with a ‘Learner’s Copy’ of the HospitalModule to assist our members toward Medicine, 2012 Update module. Ifcompletion of the required self- you are enrolled in the ABIM MOCevaluation component of the ABIM program, you must order an officialMaintenance of Certification (MOC) copy of the module directly from ABIMprogram. We also invite all our by visiting Youregistrants to attend these sessions. must submit your answers directly to the ABIM in order to receive yourFriday, September 14, 2012 self-evaluation points. If you are not enrolled in the ABIM MOC program,3:00–5:15 p.m. SEP Module Hospital please visit forMedicine, 2012 Update more information.SEP Faculty SEP Learning ObjectivesNeil Winawer, MD, SFHM, Associate 1. Participate in group discussion toProfessor of Medicine, Emory University determine answers to multiple-choiceSchool of Medicine; Director, Hospital questions.Medicine Unit Grady MemorialHospital, Atlanta 2. Complete the module toward fulfillment of ABIM’s MOCWho Should Attend the SEP requirements.Courses?• General internists• Subspecialty internists• Family practitioners• Hospitalists 3
  4. 4. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NFaculty Christina Payne, MD, Instructor of Medicine, Emory University SchoolSteven Allen Adams, MCS, CPC, of Medicine, AtlantaCPC-H, CPC-I, PCS, FCS, COA, J. Richard Pittman Jr., MD, AssistantSenior Management Consultant, Professor of Medicine, ClerkshipInGauge Healthcare Solutions, Atlanta Director, Internal Medicine EmoryRobert M. Centor, MD, FACP, University School of Medicine, AtlantaACP Regent, Associate Dean, UAB Ahmed Ijaz Shah, MD, AssistantHuntsville Regional Medical Campus, Professor of Medicine, Cardiology &Huntsville, AL Critical Care, Director, Mercer HeartClark H. Cobb, MD, FAAFP, Failure Clinic, Mercer UniversityFamily Medicine/Sports Medicine, School of Medicine, MaconFamily Medicine Residency Program, Lori B. Sweeney, MD, EisenhowerMartin Army Community Hospital, Army Medical Center, Fort GordonFort Benning Jeffrey M. Tiede, MD, MAJ, MCDaniel D. Dressler, MD, MSc, U.S. Army, Chief, Department ofSFHM, FACP, Director of Education, Pain Management, Eisenhower ArmyDivision of Hospital Medicine; Medical Center, Fort GordonDirector, IM Teaching Services,Emory University Hospital, Atlanta Neil Winawer, MD, SFHM, Associate Professor of Medicine,Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, MACP, Emory University School of Medicine;ACP Governor, Georgia Chapter, Director, Hospital Medicine Unit,ACP Managing Partner, McDuffie Grady Memorial Hospital, AtlantaMedical Associates, ThomsonSandra Adamson Fryhofer, MD, 2012 Program CommitteeMACP, FRCP, Clinical AssociateProfessor of Medicine Emory University Brian J. Ribeiro, MD, FACP,School of Medicine, Private Practice, Program Committee Chairman,Atlanta Martin Army Community Hospital, Fort BenningN. Wilson Holland, MD, FACP,DAC, Atlanta VA Medical Center; Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, MACP,Fellowship Program Director, Geriatric ACP Governor, Georgia Chapter,Medicine and Gerontology, Department Private Practice, Thomsonof Medicine, Emory University Andy Albritton, MD, FACP,School of Medicine, Atlanta Associate Dean for Curriculum,Jim Hotz, MD, MACP, Clinical Professor of Medicine, MedicalServices Director, Albany Area College of Georgia, AugustaPrimary Health Care, Albany Lisa Bernstein, MD, AssociateRavina Kadam, MD, FACP, West Professor of Medicine, Emory SchoolGeorgia Physicians, LaGrange of Medicine, AtlantaDenise Kornegay, MSW, Executive Edward Chin, MD, Professor ofDirector, Georgia Statewide AHEC Medicine, Medical College ofNetwork; Associate Professor, Family Georgia, Georgia Health SciencesMedicine, Georgia Health Sciences University, AugustaUniversity, Assistant Professor, Joyce Doyle, MD, FACP, ACPCommunity Medicine Mercer Secretary, Georgia Chapter,University School of Medicine Associate Professor of Medicine,Walter Moore, MD, FACP, Senior Emory University School ofAssociate Dean GME, Georgia Medicine, AtlantaHealth Sciences University, Augusta Stacey Higgins, MD, FACP,Danny Newman, MD, FACP, Associate Professor of Medicine,Private Practice, Augusta Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta4
  5. 5. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NN. Wilson Holland, MD, FACP, Chapter Excellence AwardDAC, VA Hospital, Atlanta WinnerCody McClatchey, MD, ACPTreasurer, Georgia Chapter, We are pleased toPiedmont Physicians Group, Atlanta announce that our Chapter isWalter Moore, MD, FACP, Senior the recipient of aAssociate Dean GME, Georgia 2011 Chapter Excellence Award. TheHealth Sciences University, Augusta Chapter Excellence Award recognizesSyed Naqvi, MD, Medical Director those chapters that excel in reachingHospital Medicine Columbus the standards for managing a chapter,Regional, Columbus such as communicating to members,Danny Newman, MD, FACP, ACP instituting Medical Students’ andCouncil of Young Physicians Associates’ activities, and advancingChairman, Georgia Chapter, and recruiting members. A ChapterPrivate Practice, Augusta Excellence certificate will be awarded at the meeting.Henry Patton, MD, FACP, ACPVice President, Georgia Chapter,Private Practice, Covington Who Should AttendBirju Patel, MD, Assistant Professor of • General internistsMedicine, Division of Geriatrics and • Subspecialty internistsGerontology, Department of Medicine, • Family practitionersEmory University School of MedicineVA Hospital, Atlanta • HospitalistsMichael Quinn, MD, FACP, • Fellows in subspecialty trainingProgram Director, Eisenhower Army • Allied health practitionersMedical, Fort Gordon • Residents (internists in training)Associates’ and Medical • Medical students interested in internal medicineStudents’ Activities • Guests/spousesAn Associates’ poster competitionand Medical Students’ poster compe- Learning Objectivestition will be held at the meeting.First-place winners are eligible for At the conclusion of this activity, theentrance into the national competi- participant will be able to:tion held during Internal Medicine • Apply updated knowledge of internal2013. Contact Joyce Doyle, MD, medicine to clinical practiceFACP at for infor- • Apply updated knowledge on adultmation about entering the Associates’ immunization, orthopedics and painCompetition, and Lisa Bernstein, MD managementat for informationabout entering the Medical Students’ • Improve clinical practice by incor-Competition. G. Waldon Garris, III, porating major new developmentsMD, MS, FACP, Wellstar Internal in informaticsMedicine-Pediatrics is coordinating • Understand recent advances inthe Jeopardy competition. See the diabetes, dementia, and atrialGeorgia Chapter Web site for more fibrillationinformation at • Increase competency with joint evaluations • Increase coding knowledge 5
  6. 6. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NCME Accreditation DirectionsThe American College of Physicians From the South:is accredited by the Accreditation Take I-85 North to I-985 North toCouncil for Continuing Medical Exit 8 (Lanier Islands Parkway). TurnEducation (ACCME) to provide left on Lanier Islands Parkway. Followcontinuing medical education for Lanier Islands Parkway approximatelyphysicians. three miles and it will dead end intoThe American College of Physicians the gates of Lake Lanier Islands Resort.designates this live activity for a maxi- From East Georgia:mum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Take I-20 West to I-285 North toCredit(s)TM. Physicians should claim I-85 North. Continue on I-85 Northonly the credit commensurate with to I-985 North to Exit 8 (Lanierthe extent of their participation in Islands Parkway). Turn left on Lanierthe activity. Islands Parkway. Follow Lanier IslandsAll lecture handouts will be available Parkway approximately three milesto download from the Georgia Chapter and it will dead end into the gates ofwebsite at Lake Lanier Islands Resort. From Tennessee and NorthwestLegacy Lodge Hotel Georgia:Accommodations Take I-75 South to I-285 North to I-85 North. Continue on I-85 North• Lodge – Single or Double: $159 to I-985 North to Exit 8 (Lanier per room, per night Islands Parkway). Turn left on Lanier• Lodge Suites: $259 per room, per night Islands Parkway. Follow Lanier Islands Parkway approximately three miles• Villa – Single or Double: $229 and it will dead end into the gates of per room, per night Lake Lanier Islands Resort.• Villa Suites: $369 per room, per night• Lake Houses: $289 per room, per nightAll prices are subject to tax. There isa one-time $4.00 gate fee for access.For more information about any ofthese accommodations, either (770) 945-8787 or (800)840-LAKE for reservations.When making your reservation, besure to mention the Group DiscountCode: 120914ACPG. This can beentered on the Website under the If you are interested in becoming aBook Now or Reservations section(s). member of the College, please contactRooms are available on a first-come, the Member and Customer Servicefirst-serve basis, so make your reserva- Department at 800-523-1546, ext.tion as early as possible. 2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–7000 Holiday Road 5 p.m. ET).Lake Lanier Islands, GA 30518 Attendance at chapter meetings can help all ACP members meet the qualifications for advancement to Fellowship. It is especially important for those applying under the pathway that calls for 5 years of activity as a Member.6
  7. 7. M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O NArea Interests Luxury Lake Lanier Islands Spa Pamper yourself during your stay!Canopy Tours and Zipline Tranquility, The Spa is a luxury LakeExplore the Great Outdoors. Soar Lanier Islands spa offering an assortmentthrough the Georgia skies on one of of rejuvenating services and packages,Lake Lanier Islands canopy tours’ including a couple’s massage, a “Golfer’szipline adventures! Delight” massage, hot stone therapy,Hiking and Walking Trails optimum hydration facials, prenatalThere are nine Lake Lanier Islands services, and lavender salt scrubs.hiking and walking trails enjoyed by Wellness Activitiesguests, as well as by local residents. Fill your free time with an invigoratingExplore on foot the sprawling beauty workout in the Legacy Lodge fitnessof the four islands that make up this center, a brisk walk along the Islandsspectacular setting and get in touch scenic pathways, hike through thewith nature. rugged landscape of Blue Ridge Island,Legacy on Lanier Golf Club or enjoy a relaxing yoga class. AlsoLegacy on Lanier Golf Club offers available: tennis, horseback riding,stunning views of Georgia’s Great kayaking and paddle boarding.Lake. An unrivaled golf experience, Sunset Cove Beach Café & Clubthe layout traverses a natural setting Welcome to the best-kept secret onwith twelve scenic holes on the water. the lake. This open-air eatery enjoysLegacy on Lanier Golf Club offers stunning views and lakeside breezestactical challenges for the avid golfer complemented by the smell of char-while not proving too daunting for grilled burgers and the heavenly tastethe casual golfer. of nautically-inspired cuisine. ListenSail Boat Charters to live music out in the sunshine or byExplore 38,000 acres of water on a Lake the glow of tiki torches. Lounge byLanier Islands sailing adventure. A giant outdoor fire pits while sippingknowledgeable captain is ready to take refreshing, beach-themed cocktails, oryou out on the water in half-day or catch your favorite sporting event onfull-day charters. You can also arrange one of our flat-screen TVs.a sunset cruise at your convenience. 7
  8. 8. PROGRAM SCHEDULEFostering Excellence in Internal MedicineFriday, September 14, 2012 3:30 Breakout Session I Topic 1: Techniques in the Evaluation1:00–3:30 p.m. Governor’s Advisory Council Meeting of the Shoulder and Knee1:00–4:00 Associates Poster Set up Clark H. Cobb, MD, FAAFP3:00–4:00 SEP Module 1 Topic 2: Coding: Doing it Right4:00–4:15 Break the First Time Part I Steven Allen Adams, MCS,4:15–5:15 SEP Module 2 CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I, PCS,4:00–5:00 Committee Meetings: FCS, COA Advocacy Topic 3: Hit Me With Your Best Shot(s): Membership Taking Action to Improve Adult Council of Young Physicians Vaccinations Education Sandra Adamson Fryhofer,5:00–6:30 Governors Reception MD, MACP, FRCP Associates Poster Viewing Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, MACP6:30–7:30 Product Dinner Theater Non-CME Dinner Danny Newman, MD, FACP Ravina Kadam, MD, FACPSaturday, September 15, 2012 Associates and Chief Residents Roundtable Forum7:00–11:00 a.m. Registration Panel7:00–9:00 Continental Breakfast 4:30–5:30 Breakout Session II7:25 Opening Remarks Topic 1: Techniques in Joint Injection7:30 Management of Type 2 Diabetes: Therapy of the Shoulder and Other A Patient-Centered Approach Joints Lori B. Sweeney, MD Clark H. Cobb, MD, FAAFP8:15 Killing Them with Kindness: Topic 2: Coding: Doing it Right the Prescribing Opioids in 2012 First Time Part II MAJ Jeffrey M. Tiede, MD Steven Allen Adams, MCS, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I, PCS,9:00 Break with Exhibitors FCS,9:30 Assessing the 3 Ds: Dementia, 4:30–6:00 Resident Jeopardy! Delirium, and Depression. Lessons You Will Not Forget 6:30 Cocktails N. Wilson Holland, MD, 7:00 Banquet Dinner and Awards FACP, DAC 9:00 Council of Young Physicians Event10:15 Student Jeopardy!10:15 Health Policy 2012: Where ACP Sunday, September 16, 2012 Stands Robert M. Centor, MD, 7:00 a.m. Women’s Networking Breakfast FACP 7:00–9:00 Continental Breakfast with Exhibitors Update From the Gold Dome: 7:55 Opening Remarks Georgia Legislation 2012 Jacqueline W. Fincher, MD, 8:00 The Latest in the Use of Biological MACP Agents in the Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases11:15 Primary Care Physician Workforce: Walter Moore, MD, FACP A New Framework Jim Hotz, MD, MACP 8:45 Diagnostic Reasoning: Lessons Denise Kornegay, MSW Learned From Studying Pharyngitis Robert M. Centor, MD,Noon Break FACP12:15– Chapter Meeting and Town Hall 9:30 Break1:00 p.m. Lunch Meeting 9:45 Mobile Applications in the Clinics and12:30–3:30 Associates Podium Presentations the Wards1:00 The 1-minute Shoulder and J. Richard Pittman Jr., MD Knee Exam 10:30 Advancements in the Management of Clark H. Cobb, MD, Atrial Fibrillation FAAFP Ahmed Ijaz Shah, MD2:00 Immunization Lecture 11:15 Transitions of Care: Communication Sandra Adamson Fryhofer, Across the Continuum MD, MACP, FRCP Daniel D. Dressler, MD,3:00 Break with Exhibitors MSc, SFHM, FACP Christina Payne, MD 12:15 Adjourn8
  9. 9. HOW TO REGISTERHow to Register • Cancellations/Refunds All cancellation requests must• Online be received by Member and Visit us on the Web and register at Customer Service in writing via e-mail• Mail Cancellations will not be accepted by telephone. A processing fee To register by mail, complete the of $25 will be deducted from all registration form at the back of this refunds. Individuals who fail to brochure and mail it to ACP at the attend the course (no-shows) address below. Be sure to list your will not be entitled to any refund. daytime phone number in case we Please make sure the fees charged need to notify you of any changes. are more than the cancellation Please reproduce the form for fee charged. additional registrations (one form per registrant). • Satisfaction Guarantee AC002 We offer a satisfaction guarantee— American College of Physicians if meeting attendees are not satis- 190 N. Independence Mall West fied with their experience at the Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572 meeting, they may write for a refund of their registration fee.• Fax • Special Needs Register 24 hours a day via fax at 215-351-2799. If you have a disability or any special dietary needs, please contact Jessica Fax forms must include credit card Bassett by telephone at (770) 965- number, expiration date, security 7606, or e-mail code number, and signature. Do not mail a copy of the form because it • Questions? may result in a duplicate registration For registration information, contact and you will be charged twice. ACP Member and Customer Service• Phone (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) toll-free at 800-523-1546, ext. 2600 or Call 800-523-1546, ext. 2600, or direct at 215-351-2600. You may 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.– also e-mail 5 p.m. ET). or fax 215-351-2799. Be sure to have your credit card If you need more information on number, expiration date, and security the meeting schedule or location code number available before calling. please contact Jessica Bassett at• Payment Options (770) 965-7606. Payment in full is required. Make For more information about check or money order payable to ACP or the Georgia Chapter, ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn contact the Georgia Chapter on a U.S. bank. If paying by credit Governor, Jacqueline W. Fincher, card, please provide the credit card MD, MACP, by telephone at number, expiration date, security 706-595-1461, or e-mail code, and authorizing signature.• Additional Fees All registrations must be received by August 22, 2012 or a late regis- tration fee will be added. This includes on-site registrations. Save money by registering now! 9
  10. 10. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMB American College of Physicians RM1359 Georgia Chapter Scientific Meeting September 14–16, 2012 This form may be photocopied. ACP # (found on mailing label) Name J MD J DO Address City/State/Zip Daytime Phone Fax E-Mail J 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. Payment Options: Please refer to the next page for all of your registration and payment options. Don’t forget you can register and pay online at If you are mailing or faxing this form, please indicate your payment preference and complete the form below. GRAND TOTAL (from next page) $ ______ ______ J Check enclosed. (Payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) J Charge to: Card # ___________________________________________________________ Exp. Date _______/ ______ _ Security Code ______________ MM YY (3- or 4-digit number found on front or back of card) Signature: ________________________________ _________________________ E-mail your questions to J Please check here if you have any special dietary needs, and be sure to contact the chapter. 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 Georgia Chapter in writing at least 30 days before your course. We’ll be glad to help.10
  11. 11. R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M CMBREGISTRATION FEES: RM1359Check one category that best applies. Registration fee includes continentalbreakfast, lunch, all scientific sessions and materials, and CME documentation.Guests must be registered to attend events. ACP Categories Before/On August After August 22, 22, 2012 2012 J Master J Fellow J Member $250 $300 J Retired Physician $200 $250 J Associate (Resident Member) $25 $50 J Medical Student No Fee No Fee J Affiliate Member (Allied Health Professional) $250 $300 J Nonmember Physician $325 $375 J Nonmember Resident $50 $75 J Nonmember (Allied Health Professional) $325 $375Please indicate your attendance at the following by checking the box for theevents you plan to attend:J SEP Module, Friday, September 14 at 3:00 pm. @ $75.00 ____________J Friday Evening Reception (No Fee for Attendee) Number of Guest(s) Attending ________ X $20.00 ____________J Saturday Evening Banquet–Regular Meal (No Fee for Attendee) Number of Guest(s) Attending ________ X $45.00 ____________J Saturday Evening Banquet–Vegetarian Meal (No Fee for Attendee) Number of Guest(s) Attending ________ X $45.00 ____________J Saturday Evening Banquet–Kosher Meal (No Fee for Attendee) Number of Guest(s) Attending ________ X $45.00 ____________J Women’s Breakfast Sunday at 7:00 a.m. (No fee for attendee) GRAND TOTAL (enter on previous page) $ ______ ______ 11CHS1082