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Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM): Annual Meeting

  1. 1. Celebrating Generalism:LeadingInnovationand ChangePreliminaryProgram36th Annual MeetingApril 24-27, 2013Sheraton Denver DowntownDenver, Colorado
  2. 2. SGIM 36TH ANNUAL MEETING SCHEDULE Day Time Session 8:00 am – 5:30 pm ACLGIM Hess Management Institute  Quality Course  TEACH Course Wednesday 12:30 – 5:45 pm Precourses (1:30 – 5:00)  ABIM SEP Modules (12:30 – 5:45)  Offsite Tour of Denver Health (2:45 – 5:30) 5:30 – 7:00 pm Scientific Abstract Poster Session 1 7:00 – 8:00 am Breakfast and Morning Networking 8:00 – 9:00 am Interest Group Meetings 9:00 – 11:00 am Opening Plenary Session  Presidential Address: Ann B. Nattinger, MD, MPH 11:00 – 11:30 am Break Vignette Poster Session 1  Town Hall Meeting 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Mentoring Panels  Distinguished Professor Keynote Addresses  VA Leadership Lunch Updates in Women’s Health and Addiction Medicine Concurrent Session A VA Session: eHealth and mHealth: State of the Science Thursday 1:00 – 2:30 pm TEACH Session  Special Symposia in Shared Decision Making and Evolution in Medicine Workshops  Abstract, Vignette and Innovations in Medical Education Oral Presentation Sessions 2:30 – 3:30 pm Afternoon Networking Updates in Care of Cancer Survivors, Chronic Kidney Disease and Medical Education Concurrent Session B Special Symposia in the Business of Medicine and Developments in UME and GME 3:30 – 5:00 pm Workshops  Abstract, Vignette and Clinical Practice Innovations Oral Presentation Sessions 5:00 – 5:30 pm Break 5:30 – 7:00 pm Scientific Abstract Poster Session 2 7:00 pm – Evening Networking Opportunities 7:00 – 8:00 am Breakfast and Morning Networking 8:00 – 9:30 am Scientific Abstract Poster Session 3 9:30 – 11:00 am Plenary Session 2  Malcolm Peterson Lecture: Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH, MBA, MACP 11:00 – 11:30 am Break Updates in Hospital Medicine and Palliative Medicine VA Session: Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health Research  TEACH Session Concurrent Session C Special Symposia in Leadership Skills for Academic GIM and Comprehensive 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Review of USMLE IME and CPI Poster Session  Workshops  Scientific Abstract and Vignette Oral Presentation Sessions Friday 1:00 – 3:00 pm Awards Luncheon  Speaker: Catherine Reinis Lucey, MD Updates in HIV, Pain Medicine and Geriatric Medicine VA Session: Integrating Peer Support into Chronic Disease Management  Workshops Concurrent Session D Special Symposia in Partnering between Academic and Community Institutions and Preventing 3:00 – 4:30 pm Burnout in Primary Care Scientific Abstract and Vignette Oral Presentation Sessions  Vignette Poster Session 2 4:30 – 5:00 pm Afternoon Networking 5:00 – 6:00 pm Interest Group Meetings 5:00 – Evening Networking Opportunities 7:30 – 9:00 am Vignette Poster Session 3 8:00 – 9:00 am Interest Group Meetings 9:00 – 10:30 am Plenary Session 3  Speaker: Richard J. Baron, MD, MACP 10:30 – 11:00 am Break Updates in Perioperative Medicine and New Medications in Primary Care Saturday Concurrent Session E TEACH Session  Workshops 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Special Symposia on Entering the Belly of the Beast: Physicians in Government and TCM Scientific Abstract and Vignette Oral Presentation Sessions 12:30 – 1:30 pm Afternoon Networking – Lunch on Your Own Concurrent Session F Updates on Psychiatry for the General Internist and GIM  Workshops 1:30 – 3:00 pm Scientific Abstract and Vignette Oral Presentation SessionsScan this code with your smartphone or tablet for schedule updates. >
  3. 3. PLENARY SESSIONSThursday Opening Plenary Session FRIDAY AWARDS LUNCHEON KEYNOTEKeynote Catherine Reinis Lucey, MD Dr. Lucey is Vice Dean for Education at the Univer-Presidential Address sity of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. She Ann Butler Nattinger, MD, MPH, MACP directs the undergraduate, graduate and continuing med- ical education programs of the School of Medicine and the Professor of Medicine and Health Services Research, Office of Medical Education. Dr. Lucey comes to UCSF Chief, General Internal Medicine, Lady Riders from Ohio State University where she was vice dean for Professor of Breast Cancer Research, Director, Center education for the College of Medicine and associate vice for Patient Care and Outcomes Research, Medical president for health sciences education for the Office of Health Sciences. She College of Wisconsin is a member of the AAMC MR5 committee, charged with overseeing the revi- Dr. Nattinger has broad experience in cancer health sion of the Medical College Admission Test process. Dr. Lucey also served as services research including studying outcomes of care, past Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine Board of Directors. Dr.predictors of quality of care, and the comparative effectiveness of newer ther- Lucey completed her residency in internal medicine, including service as chiefapies. She was a pioneer in the use of population-based data to study breast resident, at the UCSF-affiliated San Francisco General Hospital, after earningcancer care. Her creative use of multi-modality data sources has substantially her medical degree from the Northwestern University School of Medicine.advanced the field of population science. She has received several grants fromthe National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense. Dr. Nattinger maintains an active clinical practice and is consistently SATURDAY PLENARY SESSION KEYNOTEnamed in the Best Doctors in America listing. As Chief of General InternalMedicine, she oversees a division of over 100 faculty members and is active in The Payment System Is Changing: Insights forall areas of education, having mentored dozens of Individuals, including nine SGIM from the Innovation Center at CMSjunior faculty through competitive national career development awards. She Richard J. Baron, MD, MACPserves on several national committees, including the American Cancer Soci-ety’s Council for Extramural Grants. She is the recipient of numerous awards, Group Director, Seamless Care Models, Center forincluding the Medical College of Wisconsin’s Distinguished Service Award Medicare and Medicaid Innovations, CMS, DHHSand a Mastership from the American College of Physicians. Dr. Nattinger cur- Dr. Baron is the Group Director, Seamless Care Mod-rently serves as the President of the Society of General Internal Medicine. els, at the Innovations Center at CMS. His portfolio in- cludes innovative ACO models and models of high value,FRIDAY PLENARY SESSION comprehensive primary care. Before joining CMS, Dr. Baron led a general medicine practice that was a pioneer2013 Malcolm L. Peterson Honor Lecture in the comprehensive adoption of electronic health records in the small prac- tice environment, achieving level 3 PCMH recognition from NCQA. Dr. Baron Wayne J. Riley, MD, MPH, MBA, MACP also served as Chief Medical Officer of Health Partners, and was the architect President and Chief Executive Officer, Professor of of the Best Clinical and Administrative Practices program, funded by the Rob- Internal Medicine, Meharry Medical College, Senior ert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Center for Health Care Strategies. This Health Policy Associate, Robert Wood Johnson program reached plans serving more than half of the U.S. Medicaid managed Foundation Center for Health Policy at Meharry; care population. Professor of Internal Medicine, Vanderbilt University Dr. Baron is past Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine’s School of Medicine Board of Directors and currently a Trustee of the ABIM Foundation. Addi- Dr. Riley is the 10th President and Chief Executive tionally, he was a member of the National Committee for Quality AssuranceOfficer of Meharry Medical College, the nation’s largest, private, independent, Standards Committee and director of the National Quality Forum. Dr. Baronhistorically black academic health center. Dr. Riley’s tenured career covers was awarded the Pennsylvania Laureate Award, a Mastership from the Ameri-academic medicine, primary care, public health, health care management and can College of Physicians, and “Practitioner of the Year” by the Philadelphiapolicy, academic health science center administration and government. Dr. County Medical SocietyRiley is professor of internal medicine at both MMC and Vanderbilt Univer- .sity School of Medicine, and is a senior health policy associate for the RobertWood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at Meharry. Previously,he served as Vice-President and Vice Dean for Health Affairs and Govern-mental Relations at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Riley is a master in the American College of Physicians and holdsleadership roles in the Association of Academic Health Centers, U.S. Depart-ment of Veteran’s Affairs National Academic Affiliations Council and theNational Institutes of Health’s “Blue Ribbon” Advisory Committee. He cur-rently chairs the National Advisory Council on Minority Health and HealthDisparities of the NIH. Dr. Riley was elected to the Institute of Medicineof the National Academies’ class of 2012 for his contributions to medicine,medical sciences and healthcare. DENVER Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 3
  4. 4. SPECIAL SERIESTENTH ANNUAL SGIM DISTINGUISHED SIXTH ANNUAL SGIM DISTINGUISHEDPROFESSOR PROGRAM IN GERIATRICS PROFESSOR PROGRAM IN WOMEN’S HEALTHJean S. Kutner, MD, MSPH Karen Freund, MD, MPHContent developed in conjunction with the SGIM Geriatrics Task Force. ThursdayWednesday 11:30 am – 1:00 pm 5:30 – 7:00 pm Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health Keynote LectureScientific Abstract Poster Session 1All geriatrics posters will be presented during this poster session. Friday 8:00 – 9:30 am Thursday Scientific Abstract Poster Session 37:00 – 8:00 am All women’s health posters will be presented during this poster session. Dr.Walking Abstract Poster Session Freund will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the Women’s Health postersDr. Kutner will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the geriatrics posters. 11:30 am – 1:00 pm 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Abstract Session C4: Women’s HealthDr. Kutner’s Keynote Lecture and Dessert Reception Dr. Freund will serve as the session discussant.Enhancing Evidence – Based Patient Care at the Intersection of GIM and The 2013 SGIM Distinguished Professor in Women’s Health program isGeriatrics supported by an unrestricted educational grant from the Physicians for1:00 – 2:30 pm Reproductive Health and Choice.Abstract Session A2: Aging/Geriatrics/End of LifeDr. Kutner will serve as the session discussant. VA SERIESThe 2013 Distinguished Professor in Geriatrics program is supported by an Thursdayunrestricted educational grant from the Association of Specialty Professors. 11:30 am – 1:00 pm VA Leadership LunchFOURTH ANNUAL DISTINGUISHEDPROFESSOR PROGRAM IN CANCER 1:00 – 2:30 pm VAA: eHealth and mHealth: State of the ScienceRESEARCH Coordinator: Adam Gordon, MD, MPH, Pittsburgh VAMC and University ofStephen Taplin, MD, MPH, National Cancer Institute PittsburghThursday Friday11:30 am – 1:00 pm 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research Keynote Lecture VAC: Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health Research Coordinator: Ellen F. Yee MD, MPH, New Mexico VA HCS Medicine,5:30 – 7:00 pm AlbuquerqueScientific Abstract Poster Session 2All cancer research posters will be presented during this poster session. Dr. 3:00 – 4:30 pm Taplin will lead a “walk and talk” tour of the cancer research posters. VAD: Integrating Peer Support into Chronic Disease Management Coordinator: Jeff Whittle, MD, MPH, Director of Health Services Research,Friday Primary Care Division, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center11:30 am – 1:00 pm VA programming of the above sessions in the VA Series at the SGIM 36thAbstract Session C2: Cancer Research Annual Meeting is supported by the VA Health Services Research andDr. Taplin will serve as the session discussant. Development Service and the VA Quality Enhancement Research InitiativeThe 2013 Distinguished Professor in Cancer Research is supported by an (QUERI).unrestricted educational grant from The LiveStrong Foundation. Other VA-related Session Thursday 5:00 – 6:00 pm IT20: VA Primary Care Interest Group Coordinator: Paul Pirraglia, MD4 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  5. 5. NEW THIS YEAR! SGIM TEACH CERTIFICATION EXPANDED CLINICAL VIGNETTE TEACHING EDUCATORS ACROSS THE PRESENTATION OPTIONS CONTINUUM OF HEALTHCARE Vign-dates! The SGIM Education Committee is launching the TEACH Certificate at the Every year the meeting evaluation indicates more clinical content SGIM 36th Annual Meeting. TEACH Certificate program participants will at the Annual Meeting would be appreciated. In 2013 we are be required to attend a precourse on Wednesday of the 2013 Annual Meeting. introducing a new format during two Clinical Vignette oral The precourse is open only to those in the TEACH program. presentation sessions — the Vign-date! Part vignettes, part clinical Additionally, TEACH Certificate applicants must participate in a total update — the Vign-date sessions will feature five clinical vignettes of three annual meeting workshops offered at the 2013 and 2014 Annual about a common theme (perhaps new onset heart failure or Meetings. zoonoses) followed by a 20-minute evidence-based “update” The TEACH sessions being offered in Denver include: about that topic. The focused update will synthesize and build Wednesday on the learning objectives from the vignette presentations so 7:30 am – 5:00 pm attendees will come away able to recognize the “zebras” but know how to take care of the “horses” as well. TEACH Precourse (Closed Session) Thursday Clinical Vignette Walking Poster Tours Master Clinicians will conduct a walking tour through each of the 1:00 – 2:30 pm three clinical vignette poster sessions. Attendees will have the WTA Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting option of joining a walking tour of selected poster presentations. Coordinator: Kerri L. Palamara, MD Each of the poster presenters will give a brief summary of their Friday posters’ key take-home points, after which the master clinician will share insights, comments, and suggestions and lead discussion. 11:30 am – 1:00 pm We anticipate this new addition will make the poster sessions WTC Teaching in Small Groups more interactive, while adding educational value for both the Coordinator: Toshiko Uchida, MD poster presenters and the tour participants. We invite you to join Saturday in! No registration is required. 11:00 am – 12:30 pm WTE Effective Large Group Presentations: The Heart of Didactics Coordinator: Pete Yunyongying, MD CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION INFORMATIONAnnual Meeting Purpose CME Credit DesignationThis meeting is intended to develop the professional skills of academic gen- The UASOM designates AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ as follows:eral internists and others interested in medical education, health care deliv- Annual Meeting: up to 17.5 hoursery and policy, and clinical general medicine. A variety of learning modalities, CME credit hours are not provided for poster sessions or interest group meet-including lectures, workshops, and author presentations, offers attendees the ings. Physicians must complete an online CME application, identifying theopportunity to develop a personalized educational experience. Research find- specific sessions that they actually attended. All CME applications must beings, interesting clinical cases, and skill-building opportunities addressing completed within 12 months of the last day of the Annual Meeting.issues important to academic general medicine will be presented. Please Note: Physicians may not apply for, nor claim, AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s)™ for sessions in which they present; they may claim AMA PRAWho Should Attend? Category 2 credit(s) for preparation time.This meeting is designed to serve the needs of general internists and otherprimary care and specialty physicians interested in medical education, health Presenter Disclosure of Dualcare delivery and policy, and clinical general medicine. CommitmentsAccreditation SGIM requires all presenting faculty to comply with the SGIM Policy on DualThis activity is being planned and will be implemented in accordance with Commitments. Precourse and workshop submissions require every presenterthe Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing to provide information regarding any and all external funding relating to theMedical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University content of the submission. The SGIM CME committee will contact eachof Alabama School of Medicine (UASOM), and the Society of General Inter- presenter disclosing commercial external funding in order to resolve all con-nal Medicine (SGIM). The UASOM is accredited by the ACCME to provide flicts of interest. CME credit will not be awarded for participation in sessionscontinuing medical education. Physicians should only claim credit commen- presented by those whose conflicts of interest cannot be resolved. Disclosuresurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The University of information is provided to attendees in all print and electronic meeting ma-Alabama at Birmingham is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. terials. A copy of the SGIM Policy on Dual Commitments is available on our website. Unless noted, each presenting author has submitted this required information and has no unresolved conflicts to report. Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 5
  6. 6. Annual Meeting MEDICAL STUDENTS, RESIDENTS, Mentoring Programs AND FELLOWS (SRF) PROGRAMONE-ON-ONE MENTORING The Annual Meeting includes a series of sessions designed for those of you inThe One-On-One Mentoring Program offers students, residents, fellows, and various stages of transition from medical student to practicing physician and/junior faculty a valuable opportunity to speak privately with a more senior or faculty member. While the educational sessions are an extremely importantSGIM mentor from a different institution. Even if you have a mentor at your component of attending an SGIM meeting, we also recognize how much you willown institution, this program will allow you to meet someone who may offer a gain from a number of networking and social events planned specifically fornew perspective on your professional goals and challenges. Topics for discus- Students, Residents, and Fellows.sion may include early- or mid-career advice, research, job responsibilitiesand professional challenges. All participants will be asked to identify areas The One-on-One Mentoring program (see left) is HIGHLY recommended! Connecting with a mentor can help youof interest to ensure pairs are matched according to their needs. Presenting get the most out of the current meeting. This program can help provide youat the meeting? Request a mentor and ask them to attend your presentation with a contact outside your own institution who can give you very usefulso they can provide you with feedback. The program offers senior SGIM career advice. Many long-time SGIM members are eager and willing to sharemembers an opportunity to provide counseling and guidance to future SGIM their expertise with you!leaders. The deadline to RSVP as a mentor or mentee is March 7, 2013. Formore information, please contact Quione Rice, Annual Meeting 1-1 Mentor- Interest Groups are another important mechanism for SGIMing Coordinator at riceq@sgim.org or 1-800-822-3060. Information is online members with shared interests to begin and sustain cross-institution collabo-at www.sgim.org/go/AM13. ration and exchange ideas. Previous fellows, residents, and students report they find these groups valuable. The Medical Student and Resident InterestMENTORING PANELS Group (IT19) is on Thursday morning, and the Junior Faculty and FellowsThursday, April 25, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Forum (IF02) meets on Friday afternoon.PIMMP | Parenting in Medicine Mentoring PanelModerator: Nancy Rigotti, MD, Director, Office of Women’s Careers, Mas- Workshops Each of the six concurrent sessions (A-F) offers asachusetts General Hospital workshop specifically designed for you. We are making it easy for you to findBalancing being a parent with a career in medicine is an ongoing challenge these sessions—just register for Workshop 01 (WA01, WB01, etc.) in each ses-for general internists regardless of career path. Four panelists with children sion and you will be in the right place.of different ages will share their perspective, answer audience questions, and WA01: Pathways in General Internal Medicineaddress issues such as: WB01: Writing Curriculum Vitaes and Preparing to Interviewn What are the pros and cons of starting a family at different career points? WC01: Getting Your Vignette Published in JGIM and Other Journalsn What has been your biggest challenge as a working parent? WD01: Hand-Overs: Coaching Residents to Avoid the Fumblen What policies at your workplace made it easier or harder to be a parent? WE01: Highways and Byways to a Career in Academic General Internaln What strategies worked best for you as a working parent? What would you Medicine have done differently? WF01: Negotiating Your First Dream Job – Everything That They DidDTFMP | Disparities Mentoring Panel Not Teach You in Medical SchoolModerators: Crystal Cené, MD, MPH and Monica Peek, MD, MPHThe SGIM Disparities Task Force has an established record in mentoring DISCOUNTSboth physicians with a career focus in Health Disparities and minorities in Reduced Hotel Room Rate: For Medical Students and Residents onlymedicine. The goal for this session is to aid junior and mid-level mentees in SGIM has arranged a reduced rate on a limited number of rooms at our meet-working through questions or concerns such as: ing hotel. Rooms at this rate go quickly, so reserve your room early! Whenn Identifying local and national mentors these student rooms fill, you will have to reserve rooms at the regular group rate. This lowest room rate is for medical students and residents only. Stu-n Preparing for promotion dent/Resident Room Rate: $135 Single/Double not including applicable taxesn Developing effective research teams (14.75%). Please see http://www.sgim.org/meetings/annual-meeting/hotel-n Developing leadership skills as a clinician educator travel for information on the hotel and a link to make your reservation.Career Mentoring Panels Registration Fee Scholarships Available: Medical Students onlySGIM is pleased to offer an alternative to what had been a long-established The first 25 medical students to register to attend the meeting are eligible formeet-the-professor format. Two panels of seasoned successful leaders and scholarship support of their Annual Meeting registration fee. As always, wementors in general medicine will share their experiences and the advice that recommend registering online (and avoid the paper registration processingthey give to trainees and faculty. Panelists will discuss careers in both hospi- fee), but remember to check the scholarship box if you choose to registertal and ambulatory medicine and address issues for faculty at various levels. using a paper form. These Scholarships are distributed on a first-come, first-They will field questions from the audience in an open format with a modera- served basis.tor. Issues to be addressed: What should a resident or fellow look for (and SGIM Associate Members Group Discounts Available on Annual Meetingavoid) in a first job? How should a junior faculty member plan for promotion Registration Feesand staying funded? How do mid-career faculty grow and find mentoring? SGIM associate members (medical students, residents, and fellows) from theWhat are the pros and cons of taking an administrative position? same institution are eligible for discounted Annual Meeting registration fees.CICMP | Clinician Investigator Careers To qualify for group discount, the registration form for each person in theJoshua P. Metlay MD, PhD, Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine, University group must arrive at the SGIM office together, with payment included.of Pennsylvania; Ann B. Nattinger MD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin, Determining your group discount:President, SGIM; Gary E. Rosenthal, MD, University of Iowa College Schoolof Medicine, Past President, SGIM SGIM ASSOCIATE MEMBERS ONLYCECMP | Clinician Educator Careers PER ASSOCIATE MEMBER 1-10 REGISTRATION $225 Dan P. Hunt, MD, Chief, Hospital Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital; PER ASSOCIATE MEMBER 11-20 REGISTRATION $180 Kurt Pfeifer, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin PER ASSOCIATE MEMBER 21-30 REGISTRATION $157.506 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  7. 7. wednesday additional fee event ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS AND LEADERS OF GENERAL INTERNAL MEDICINELeon Hess Management Training andLeadership InstituteADVANCING THE VALUE OF GIM Concurrent Afternoon WorkshopsWednesday, April 24, 2013, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Concurrent Sessions A: ContemporaryWho Should Attend Management Challenges for GIMThe Institute is designed as a resource for Leaders in General InternalMedicine including Division Chiefs, Hospitalist Directors, Associate Chiefs, 1:15 – 2:30 pmSection Heads, Administrators, and other leaders in Divisions of GIM. Lead- Aftermath of SuperStorm Sandy: Leading During Times of Challengeers are encouraged to attend, actively participate, and consider bringing along Thomas McGinn, MDa colleague from their institution who would benefit from attendance and Chair of Medicine, North Shore-LIJ Health System, Hofstra North Shore-LIJleadership development. It offers an unparalleled opportunity to network Medical Schoolwith the community of scholars devoted to GIM. Chiefs from other IM sec-tions, administrators and anyone with a leadership role within GIM divisions 2:45 – 4:00 pmare also encouraged to participate. We look forward to welcoming you to this Finance 101, Flows of $ with Academic Medical Centers – Case Studycommunity. Approach Brian SlentzAgenda Administrator, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of Colorado School of MedicineDefining the Value of GIM in Academic Health Systems – Perspectivesfrom Leadership Corena Carmichael Director of Finance, Division of General Internal Medicine, University of8:30 – 10:30 am Colorado School of MedicinePlenary - Panel DiscussionHealthcare reform is moving ahead, potentially giving a huge boost to primarycare and GIM in multiple different ways. However, there is also a risk that Concurrent Sessions B: eLeadership!reform will be implemented and led by the specialists and sub-specialists 1:15 – 2:30 pmwho traditionally lead academic medical centers. In this session we have Teaching Junior Faculty the As, Bs, Cs of Appropriate Electronicassembled a group of diverse leaders from academic medical centers to: Communication1) discuss how healthcare reform is proceeding at their institutions; 2) Vinnet Arora, MDdiscuss where they think that GIM fits in; 3) discuss specific threats and Assistant Dean for Scholarship and Discovery, University of Chicagoopportunities for both primary care and hospitalists moving forward. Anju K. Dalal, MDAndrea Sikon, MD Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University School of MedicineChair, Dept. of Internal Medicine, Cleveland ClinicPaul W. Noble, MD 2:45 – 4:00 pmChair, Dept. of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles EMR Challenges & Opportunities for GIM LeadersJohn M. Carethers, MDChair, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Michigan Health Annual ACLGIM DinnerSystems (tickets available for purchase at registration)10:30 – 10:45 am 6:30 – 8:00 pmBreak The Annual Chiefs Recognition Award will be presented.10:45 – 11:45 am See page 27 for registration fee information.Q and A with Panelists12:00 – 1:00 pmLunch and Networking TimeOver lunch, participants will have opportunities to network and discussissues of specific interest at topic tables Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 7
  8. 8. wednesday additional fee event GET BETTER FASTER!QUALITY IMPROVEMENT SKILLS FORRELIABLE CAREWednesday, April 24, 2013, 8:00 am – 5:00 pmThe imperative to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of medical care isdriving physicians and health care organizations to become more accountablefor the outcomes they are producing. Learning how to improve our perfor-mance is becoming a core competency for physicians, and many academicinternists find themselves involved in educating residents on improvementmethods. However, practicing physicians may have never learned effective,structured approaches to improving care delivery to patients. Indeed, pastexperiences in time-consuming and weak improvement efforts can leave usdisengaged or skeptical.This full-day course will introduce the Model for Improvement, a structuredapproach to improving processes that incorporates the PDSA (Plan-Do-Study-Act) cycle, along with Reliable Design principles. These techniquesare adopted and disseminated by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.Through a combination of focused didactics and hands-on exercises, partici-pants will learn the structure and tools to drive rapidly-paced improvementprojects, making changes that are likely to be effective and sustainable.Who Should Attend?Beginning and intermediate learners in process improvement will gain themost from this course. Quality improvement educators will experience cur-riculum elements in use at the course faculty institutions that can be incorpo-rated into their local curricula.Learning Objectivesn Create manageable projects to improve process performance Special offsite eventn Identify effective measures of performance for use in process improvementn Develop hypotheses for improving care and test them using the PDSA cycle Denver Health –n Describe standardization and how to incorporate in their own projects A Model for Integrated Caren Learn to use PI tools such as process mapping, run charts, and fishbone Bus will leave the Sheraton at 2:45 sharp and return in diagrams time for the Opening Poster Session at 5:30.n Implement processes that detect errors and correct themn Sustain continuous improvement through study of process failures Register for session WOSDH Denver Health (DH), a nationally renowned comprehensive, inte-Learn from Experienced Clinicians and Faculty grated health care organization, invites you for a site visit to hearRichard Gitomer, MD, MBA – Course Faculty about and to see first-hand one of the country’s most successfulChief Quality Officer, Emory University Hospital Midtown, Emory University community health centers and public safety net hospitals. DenverSchool of Medicine Health’s community health centers provide ongoing primary careLisa M. Vinci, MD, MS – Course Faculty to over 45,000 adults and our hospital serves 26,886 patients perMedical Director, Primary Care Group, University of Chicago year, most of whom are uninsured or publicly insured.Nathan O. Spell, MD – Course Faculty Participants will learn about the quality and LEAN initiatives thatChief Quality Officer, Emory University Hospital, Emory University School DH utilizes to improve care for underserved individuals and popu-of Medicine lations while still maintaining a positive bottom line. ParticipantsThomas Staiger, MD – Course Faculty will engage in a brief lecture that details these initiatives followedMedical Director, University of Washington Medical Center by smaller group tours of the hospital and on-site community health center.Registration InformationRegistration fees for this one-day course include a continental breakfast and We will highlight our innovative outpatient care model for whichbeverage breaks. DH was recently awarded a $19.8 M CMMI challenge grant. We will also showcase our many clinical quality improvement effortsSGIM Full Members – $200 that have arisen from our work through LEAN, highlighting howNon-member Physicians – $250 we are able to make and sustain improvement in quality metricsTrainees (members and non-members) – $150 for our large adult patient panel. Participants will also learn aboutSpace is limited so register early! our hospitalist-led emergency department service, a hospitalist- led observation unit, and our geographically located medicine services. Our General Internal Medicine physicians from both the inpatient and outpatient setting will lead the tours and the didactic sessions which will allow for multiple opportunities for informal discussion.8 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  9. 9. wednesday additional fee events SGIM-ABIM Maintenance of Certification Learning SessionsSGIM-ABIM Maintenance of led by ABIM-certified physicians. To enroll in MOC go to your password-protected “Home Page” in theCertification Learning Sessions Physician Login at www.abim.org. Once enrolled, you will be able to order an ABIM medical knowledge module from your “Home Page.”Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Participants can enroll in one or both sessions. Each ABIM medicalEarn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points at the SGIM knowledge module contains multiple-choice questions that are completedAnnual Meeting through group discussion facilitated by session leaders, who will highlight the main teaching points for each question. At the completion of this session,Additional Fee Sessions those enrolled in ABIM’s MOC program must submit their answers to ABIMYou may register for either one or both modules. for scoring in order to receive MOC credit. Participants enrolled in MOCSee page 27 for additional fee information. should go to your Physician Login at www.abim.org. Log in and click on “My Maintenance of Certification Program” to order from the menu of availableABIM’s Internal Medicine Medical Knowledge Modules modules. At the conclusion of the Learning Sessions, each participant will transfer the answers to their online module and submit the module to ABIM for scoring.ABM1 ABIM will send participants a Score Report that will confirm whether or not12:30 – 3:00 pm the module was completed successfully. Those who complete each module2012 Update in Internal Medicine, Module C0-M (10 points) successfully will receive 10 points toward ABIM’s Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge MOC requirement.Coordinator: Margaret C. Lo, MD, FACP, University of Florida, Gainesville In addition, The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine hasParticipating Faculty: Jonathan P. Berz, MD; John E. Butter, MD; Joseph P. designated these medical knowledge modules as educational activities forDeLuca, MD a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ each. Physicians enrolled in the ABIM MOC program who complete these modules should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.ABM2 After you successfully complete your knowledge module and MOC credit3:15 – 5:45 pm is granted, a survey will appear on your home page for you to complete and submit to claim CME credit.2011 Update in Hospice and Palliative Medicine Module D3-L(10 points) For additional information about ABIM’s MOC program requirements, visit www.abim.org or call the ABIM Contact Center, 800-441-ABIM.Coordinator: Stephanie M. Harman MD, Stanford University, Stanford,California To participate in either or both sessions you must:Participating Faculty: Ursula K. Braun, MD, MPH; Patricia F. Harris, MD, 1. Register and pay the SGIM registration fee.MS; Laura J. Morrison, MD 2. Attend the session. You will receive a paper copy of the module questions atOnce again, the Society of General Internal Medicine will host two the session.Maintenance of Certification Learning Sessions featuring the AmericanBoard of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) medical knowledge modules. The Learning Sessions facilitate completion of ABIM medical knowledgemodules by ABIM-certified internists and subspecialists of internal medicinefor Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit. Learning Sessions areconducted in an interactive group setting with educational support and are wednesday PRECOURSESWednesday, April 24, 1:30 – 5:00 pmSee page 27 for Precourse fees. PR02 Conducting Physician Surveys: A Tips and Tricks Crash Course for Young InvestigatorsPR01 Online Registration Title: Conducting Physician Surveys: A Tips and TricksNarrative Advocacy: Public Medical Communication to Promote Crash CourseGeneralist Care, Research, Education, and Policy Coordinator: Jon C. Tilburt, MD, Associate Professor, General InternalOnline Registration Title: Narrative Advocacy: Public Medical Medicine, Mayo ClinicCommunication for Generalists Additional Faculty: Jeanette Ziegenfuss, PhD, Institute for Education andCoordinator: Louise Aronson, MD, MFA, Department of Medicine, Research, Health PartnersUniversity of California, San Francisco Small Group Leader: Tim Beebe, PhD, Mayo ClinicSmall Group Leaders: Alice H. Chen, MD, MPH, University of California,San Francisco; Anna Reisman, MD, Yale; Lisa Sanders, MD, Yale; JenniferSiegel, MD, Boston University Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 9
  10. 10. Thursday Thursday iNTEREST GROUPS IT10 Evidence-Based Practice Interest GroupTHURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013, 8:00 – 9:00 am Session Coordinator: David A. Feldstein, MD, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public HealthGrab your continental breakfast and take it with you to one of these sessionsIT01 IT11Academic General Internal Medicine in Latin America Interest Group Evolution and Medicine Interest GroupSession Coordinator: Eliseo J. Perez-Stable, MD, University of California, Session Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, FACP, New York UniversitySan Francisco IT12IT02 Personalized Medicine Interest GroupAcademic Hospitalist Interest Group Session Coordinator: P. Preston Reynolds, MD, PhD, FACP, University ofSession Coordinator: Luci K. Leykum, MD, MBA, MSc, STVHCS / VirginiaUTHSCSA, San Antonio IT13IT03 HIV/AIDS Interest GroupAmbulatory Handoffs Interest Group Session Coordinator: Amina A. Chaudhry, MD, MPH, Johns HopkinsSession Coordinator: Amber T. Pincavage, MD, The University of Chicago UniversityIT04 IT14Cancer Research Interest Group Hypertension Interest GroupSession Coordinator: Larissa Nekhlyudov, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical Session Coordinator: Gerald Dodd Denton, II, MD, MPH, Ochsner MedicalSchool Center, New OrleansIT05 IT15Community Based Participatory Research Interest Group Interprofessional Education Interest GroupSession Coordinator: Cheryl R. Clark MD, ScD, Brigham and Women’s Session Coordinator: Laura A. Hanyok, MD, Johns Hopkins UniversityHospital IT16IT06 Mental Health in Medicine Interest GroupCriminal Justice and Health Interest Group Session Coordinator: Ian M. Kronish, MD, MPH, Columbia UniversitySession Coordinator: Nicole Redmond, MD, PhD, MPH, University of Medical CenterAlabama, Birmingham IT17IT07 Personal/Professional Balance Interest GroupCross Cultural Communication and Medical Care Interest Group Session Coordinator: Rachel B. Levine, MD, MPH, Johns HopkinsSession Coordinator: Michael Nathan, MD, Harvard Medical School/ University School of MedicineMassachusetts General Hospital IT18IT08 Quality and Safety ImprovementEducators of Medical Students Interest Group Session Coordinator: Nielufar Varjavand, MD, General Internal Medicine,Session Coordinator: Toshiko L. Uchida, MD, Northwestern University Drexel University College of MedicineFeinberg School of Medicine IT19IT09 Student/Resident Interest GroupEthics Interest Group Session Coordinator: Ryan R. Kraemer, MD, University of Alabama,Session Coordinator: Lisa M. Rucker, MD, Jacobi Medical Center/ Albert BirminghamEinstein College of MedicineTown Hall Meeting: SGIM Council IT20 VA Primary Care Interest GroupOpen Discussion with Members Session Coordinator: Paul Anthony Pirraglia, MD, MPH, Providence VAMCTHURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm10 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  11. 11. Thursday CONCURRENT SESSION A WTA Teaching in the Ambulatory SettingTHURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 1:00 – 2:30 pm Online Registration Title: Teaching in the Ambulatory Setting Coordinator: Kerri L. Palamara, MD, Associate Program Director for Ambu- latory Training, Department of Medicine, Massachusetts General HospitalCUA1 Additional Faculty: Eva M. Aagaard, MD, University of Colorado SchoolUpdate in Women’s Health of Medicine; Christopher L. Knight, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Washington; Margaret C. Lo, MD,Online Registration Title: Update in Women’s Health University of Florida College of MedicineCoordinator: Judith M. Walsh, MD, MPH, Professor, University of Califor-nia, San FranciscoAdditional Faculty: Rachel Bonnema, MD, MS, University of Nebraska WA01Medical Center; Megan McNamara, MD, MSc, Case Western Reserve Pathways in General Internal Medicine: A Career Mentoring PanelUniversity School of Medicine; Sarah A. Tilstra, MD, MS, University of Pitts- for Students, Residents, and Fellowsburgh Medical Center Online Registration Title: A Career Mentoring Panel for Students, Residents and FellowsCUA2 Coordinator: Ryan Kraemer, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Univer-Update in Addiction Medicine for the Generalist sity of Alabama, Birmingham Additional Faculty: Lauren Block, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins; Carol Horow-Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Substance Abuse Interest Group itz, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Raj Sehgal, MD, South TexasOnline Registration Title: Update in Addiction Medicine Veterans Health Care System; Jon C. Tilburt, MD, Mayo Clinic; Lisa M.Coordinator: Adam Gordon, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh and Pitts- Vinci, MD, MS, Chicago Universityburgh VAMCAdditional Faculty: Nicolas Bertholet, MD, MSc, Lausanne University Hos-pital and Lausanne University Medical School; Jennifer McNeely, MD, MS, WA02New York University School of Medicine; Joanna L. Starrels, MD, MS, Albert The Family Meeting: Communication Tools for SuccessEinstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center; Jeanette M. Submitted in Conjunction with: End-of-Life Special Interest GroupTetrault, MD, Yale University School of Medicine; Alexander Y. Walley, MD,Boston University School of Medicine Online Registration Title: The Family Meeting: Communication Tools for Success in Establishing Goals of Care Coordinator: Stephanie M. Harman, MD, Department of Medicine, StanfordSSA1 University Medical CenterShared Decision Making Symposium: State of the Science Additional Faculty: Ursula K. Braun, MD, MPH, Baylor College of Medicine; Patricia F. Harris, MD, MS, USC Keck School of Medicine; Mark Hughes,Online Registration Title: Shared Decision Making MD, MA, Johns Hopkins University School of MedicineCoordinator: Kathleen Fairfield, MD, Department of Medicine, Maine Medi-cal CenterAdditional Faculty: Michael J. Barry, MD, Informed Medical Decisions WA03Foundation; Jean Kutner, MD, MSPH, University of Colorado, Denver; Beyond Pain Contracts: A Practical, Multidisciplinary Model forMichael Pignone, MD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Marilyn M. Safer Opiate PrescribingSchapira, MD, MPH, Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania;Leigh H. Simmons, MD, John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innova- Online Registration Title: A Practical, Multidisciplinary Model for Paintion, Massachusetts General Hospital Management Coordinator: Sarita Warrier, MD, General Internal Medicine, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island HospitalSSA2 Additional Faculty: Michael J. Maher, MD, Warren Alpert Medical School ofEvolutionary Biology in General Internal Medicine Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital; Kate Mavrich, MD, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University/ Rhode Island Hospital; Michael S. Pic-Online Registration Title: Evolution and Medicine chioni, MD, Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of MedicineCoordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, De- Small Group Leader: Rebekah Gardner, MD, Warren Alpert Medical Schoolpartment of Population Health, New York University School of Medicine of Brown University/Rhode Island HospitalAdditional Faculty: Barbara Natterson, MD, UCLA David Geffen School ofMedicine; Randolph M. Nesse, MD, University of Michigan; Josephine Ni,MD, NYU School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency Program WA04 Merging Mindfulness and Heuristics; Teaching Residents (andVAA Ourselves) about Diagnosis and ErroreHealth and mHealth: State of the Science Online Registration Title: Teaching Diagnosis & Error Coordinator: Timothy Krohe, MD, General Internal Medicine Service, Wal-Online Registration Title: Studying eHealth and mHealth ter Reed National Military Medical CenterCoordinator: Jeffrey Whittle, MD, MPH, Primary Care Division, Clement J.Zablocki VA Medical Center, Milwaukee Additional Faculty: Barbara A. Cooper, MD, Walter Reed National MilitaryAdditional Faculty: Steven R. Simon, MD, MPH, Boston VA Healthcare Sys- Medical Center; Joan B. Ritter, MD, Walter Reed National Military Medicaltem; Thomas Houston, MD, MPH, Edith Nourse Rogers VAMC, Bedford, MA Center; Laura L. Sessums, MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 11
  12. 12. Thursday CONCURRENT SESSION A WA10 Taking the First Steps in Your Research Career: Obtaining a Career Development AwardTHURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 1:10 – 2:30 pm Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Research Committee Online Registration Title: Get a Career Development AwardWA05 Coordinator: Arshiya A. Baig, MD, MPH, The University of ChicagoPhysician Advocacy and State-Based Health Care Reform Additional Faculty: John Z. Ayanian, MD, Harvard Medical School andOnline Registration Title: Physician Advocacy and State-based Health Care Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Ken Covinsky, MD, MPH, University ofReform California, San Francisco and San Francisco VA Medical Center; Ann-Marie Rosland, MD, MS, Ann Arbor VA Medical Center and University of MichiganCoordinator: Oliver Fein, MD, Medicine and Public Health, Weill CornellMedical CollegeAdditional Faculty: Mark Liebow, MD, Mayo Clinic; Martin F. Shapiro, MD, WA11PhD, University of California, Los Angeles Is Pregnancy a Stress Test? The New AHA Guidelines for Prevention of CVD in Women: A Woman’s Heart from Pregnancy throughWA06 MenopausePCMH in Academic Medical Homes – Using Population Management Online Registration Title: A Woman’s Heart from Pregnancy through Meno-to Get the Right Resources to the Right People at the Right Time pause Coordinator: Jennifer Corbelli, MD, General Internal Medicine, UniversityOnline Registration Title: PCMH in Academic Medical Homes of Pittsburgh Medical CenterCoordinator: Susan Day, MD, University of Pennsylvania Additional Faculty: Anna K. Donovan, MD, University of Pittsburgh MedicalAdditional Faculty: Martin Arron, MD, Beth Israel Medical Center; Tom Center; Alda Maria Gonzaga, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh MedicalBodenheimer, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco/San Fran- Center; Melissa McNeil, MD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center;cisco General Hospital; Reena Gupta, MD, University of California, San Fran- Carla Spagnoletti, MD, MS, University of Pittsburgh Medical Centercisco/San Francisco General Hospital; Kathie Huang, University of Pennsyl-vania; Brenda Matti - Orozco, MD, St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center CONCURRENT SESSION BWA07Beyond RVUs: Changing Your Compensation Plan to Reflect PrimaryCare Providers’ Actual Work THURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 3:30 – 5:00 pmOnline Registration Title: Beyond RVUsCoordinator: Elizabeth Trowbridge, MD, Internal Medicine, University of CUB1Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Update in the Care of the Cancer SurvivorAdditional Faculty: Lisa Bindl, MBA, University of Wisconsin School ofMedicine and Public Health; David Feldstein, MD, University of Wisconsin Online Registration Title: Clinical Update in the Care of the Cancer SurvivorSchool of Medicine and Public Health; Ann Schmidt, MD, University of Wis- Coordinator: Larissa Nekhlyudov, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Depart-consin School of Medicine and Public Health; Michael Thom, MD, Univer- ment of Population Medicine, Harvard Medical Schoolsity of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Additional Faculty: Linda Overholser, MD, MPH, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine; Kimberly Peairs, MD, Johns Hopkins Medi- cal Institution; Emily S. Tonorezos, MD, MPH, Memorial Sloan-KetteringWA08 Cancer Center, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeHow Do You Create an Entrustable Professional Activity (EPA) forLifelong Learning? Going Miles Beyond the Milestones!Online Registration Title: An EPA for Lifelong Learning CUB2Coordinator: Andem Ekpenyong, MD, Associate Program Director, Rush Update in Chronic Kidney DiseaseUniversity Medical Center Online Registration Title: Updates in Chronic Kidney DiseaseAdditional Faculty: Diane L. Levine, MD, Wayne State University; Debra Lit- Coordinator: Michael J. Choi, MD, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkinszelman, MD, Indiana University; Julie Oyler, MD, The University of Chicago; University School of MedicineYasmin Sacro, MD, The University of Chicago Additional Faculty: Bernard G. Jaar, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; Joseph A. Vassalotti, MD, Mount Sinai Medical Center and National Kidney FoundationWA09An Educational Innovation, Ambulatory Immersion Experiences:The 4+1 and 4+2 Systems: How They Can Help You Add Up the ACGME CUB3Milestone Math Update in Medical EducationOnline Registration Title: Residency ambulatory immersion training pro-grams & ACGME milestones Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Medical Education CommitteeCoordinator: Elizabeth Lee, MD, General Internal Medicine, Temple Univer- Online Registration Title: Update in Medical Educationsity Hospital Coordinator: Shobhina G. Chheda, MD, MPH, FACP, School of Medicine andAdditional Faculty: John Donnelly, MD, Christiana Hospital; Vishnu Ku- Public Health, University of Wisconsinlasekaran, MD, Temple University Hospital; Maureen Miller, MD, Temple Additional Faculty: Carol K. Bates, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess MedicalUniversity Hospital; Heather Ragozine-Bush, MD, Christiana Hospital Center, Harvard Medical School; Kathel Dunn, PhD, Mount Sinai School ofSmall Group Leader: Lawrence Ward, MD, Thomas Jefferson University Medicine; Reena Karani, MD, MHPE, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; LisaHospital L. Willett, MD, University of Alabama, Birmingham12 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  13. 13. Thursday Coordinator: Joan B. Ritter, MD, Department of Medicine, Walter Reed CONCURRENT SESSION B National Military Medical Center Additional Faculty: April S. Fitzgerald, MD, Johns Hopkins; Timothy Krohe, MD, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; Aliza Levine, MD, Wal-THURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 3:30 – 5:00 pm ter Reed National Military Medical CenterSSB1 WB04The Business of Medicine: Making Change Happen Armchair Advocacy: The Art and Craft of the Op-EdOnline Registration Title: Business, Medicine - Change Management Online Registration Title: Armchair Advocacy: The Art and Craft of theCoordinator: Michael H. Perskin, MD, Department of Medicine, New York Op-EdUniversity Coordinator: Anna Reisman, MD, Yale School of MedicineAdditional Faculty: Jane Brock, MD, MSPH, Colorado Foundation for Medi- Additional Faculty: Louise Aronson, MD, MFA, University of California, Sancal Care; Thomas McGinn, MD, North Shore-LIJ Health System, Hofstra Francisco; Alice H. Chen, MD, MPH, University of California, San Francisco;North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine; Rulon Stacey, University of Colorado Lisa Sanders, MD, Yale School of Medicine; Jennifer Siegel, MD, BostonHealth Medical CenterSSB2 WB05Competency-Based Medical Education: Focus on Undergraduate A Curricular Toolkit for Teaching Advocacy Skills: EngagingMedical Education Learners in the Quest for Health Equity Inside and Beyond theOnline Registration Title: Implementing CBME in UME Examination RoomCoordinator: Michael Green, MD, MSc, Department of Medicine, Yale Online Registration Title: A Curricular Toolkit for Teaching Advocacy Skills:University Engaging Learners in the Quest for Health Equity Inside and Beyond theAdditional Faculty: Robert Englander, MD, MPH, Association of American Examination RoomMedical Colleges; Alan L. Hull, MD, PhD, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College Coordinator: Jeremy Long, MD, Department of GIM, Denver Healthof Medicine of Case Western Reserve University; Aloysius Humbert, MD, Additional Faculty: Christine Gilroy, MD, MSPH, University of ColoradoIndiana University School of Medicine School of Medicine; Rita Lee, MD, University of Colorado School of MedicineSSB3 WB06Report from the National Commission on Physician Payment Reform Building Teams to Transform Primary Care: Theory and PracticeOnline Registration Title: Commission on Reimbursement Online Registration Title: Teaming to Transform Primary Care: Theory andCoordinator: Steven Schroeder, MD, Chair, National Commission on Physi- Practicecian Payment Reform, Distinguished Professor of Health and Health Care at Coordinator: Erika Pabo, MD, MBA, Center for Primary Care, Harvard Medi-the University of California, San Francisco cal School Additional Faculty: Asaf Bitton, MD, MPH, Harvard Medical School; Sara Singer, PhD, Harvard School of Public Health; Jonathan R. Sugarman, MD,WB01 MPH, Qualis HealthWriting Curriculum Vitaes and Preparing to InterviewOnline Registration Title: Writing Curriculum Vitaes and Preparing toInterview WB07Coordinator: Stacy Higgins, MD, Department of Medicine, Emory University Teaching Leadership, Management and Innovation Skills to the Generalist Leader of the FutureAdditional Faculty: Bimal Ashar, MD, Johns Hopkins University; Jeanne M.Clark, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University; Bennett Lee, MD, MPH, Virgin- Online Registration Title: Teaching Leadership, Management and Innova-ia Commonwealth University; Rachel B. Levine, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins tion SkillsUniversity; Amanda Salanitro, MD, MS, MSPH, Vanderbilt University Coordinator: Somava Stout, MD, MS, CHA Leadership Academy, Cambridge Health Alliance Additional Faculty: Andrew L. Ellner, MD, Harvard Medical School; MarciaWB02 C. Lidman, MSW, Cambridge Health Alliance; Russell Phillips, MD, HarvardExercise Prescription: Just Do It! Effective Therapy for Chronic Medical School; Hilary Worthen, MD, University of California, San Fran-Medical Problems ciscoOnline Registration Title: Exercise: Effective therapy for chronic medicalproblems.Coordinator: Heidi Powell, MD, Department of Medicine, University of WB08Washington Designing a Resident Curriculum in Public HealthAdditional Faculty: Deborah Greenberg, MD, University of Washington Online Registration Title: Designing a Resident Curriculum in Public Health Coordinator: Jillian S. Catalanotti, MD, MPH, Division of General Internal Medicine, George Washington UniversityWB03 Additional Faculty: Anne Cioletti, MD, George Washington University;Breaking Bad News: A Workshop for Clinicians and Monique Duwell, MD, George Washington University; David K. Popiel, MD,Clinician-Educators MPH, George Washington UniversityOnline Registration Title: Breaking Bad News: A Workshop for Cliniciansand Clinician-Educators Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 13
  14. 14. Thursday — Friday CONCURRENT SESSION B CONCURRENT SESSION cTHURSDAY, April 25, 2013, 3:30 – 5:00 pm FRIDAY, April 26, 2013, 11:30 am – 1:00 pmWB10 CUC1Directing an Ensemble: Optimizing Your Small Group Teaching Update in Hospital MedicineOnline Registration Title: Small Group Teaching Online Registration Title: Update in Hospital MedicineCoordinator: Deborah Korenstein, MD, Department of Medicine, Mount Coordinator: Bradley A. Sharpe, MD, Professor of Clinical Medicine, Depart-Sinai School of Medicine ment of Medicine, University of California, San FranciscoAdditional Faculty: Linda DeCherrie, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medi- Additional Faculty: Romsai T. Boonyasai, MD, Johns Hopkins Universitycine; Lauren Peccoralo, MD, MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Erika School of Medicine; William Southern, MD, MS, Albert Einstein College ofYamada, MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine Medicine and Montefiore Medical CenterWB11 CUC2Attending 101: Everything You Want and Need to Know Clinical Update in Palliative CareOnline Registration Title: Attending 101: Everything You Want and Need To Online Registration Title: Clinical Update in Palliative CareKnow Coordinator: Robert L. Jayes, MD, George Washington University MedicalCoordinator: Lee Park, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital Faculty AssociatesAdditional Faculty: Jocelyn A. Carter, MD, MPH, Massachusetts General Additional Faculty: Sangeeta Ahluwalia, PhD, VA Greater Los Angeles andHospital; Gwen Crevensten, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bradley University of California, Los Angeles; Kathleen G. Anderson, MD, MSc,Monash, MD, University of California, San Francisco; Kerri L. Palamara, George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates; Ursula K. Braun,MD, Massachusetts General Hospital; Bradley A. Sharpe, MD, University of MD, MPH, Michael E. DeBakey VAMC, Baylor College of Medicine; RashmiCalifornia, San Francisco K. Sharma, MD MHS, Northwestern University; Anna Skold, MD, MPH, Kaiser PermanenteWB12Are You Pro Prempro? An Evidence-Based User’s Guide to SSC1Post-Menopausal Hormone Therapy Leadership Skills for Academic GIM: Taking the Next Step in YourOnline Registration Title: The Rational Use of Post-Menopausal Hormone CareerTherapy Online Registration Title: Leadership Skills for Academic GIMCoordinator: Anna K. Donovan, MD, Internal Medicine, Division of General Coordinator: Christina C. Wee, MD, MPH, Beth Israel Deaconess MedicalInternal Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Center and Harvard Medical SchoolSmall Group Discussion Leaders: Rachel Bonnema, MD, MS, University of Additional Faculty: Jeanne M. Clark, MD, MPH, Johns Hopkins University;Nebraska College of Medicine; Jennifer Corbelli, MD, University of Pitts- Tracie Collins, MD, MPH, University of Kansas Medical School; Monicaburgh School of Medicine; Melissa McNeil, MD, MPH, University of Pitts- Vela, MD, University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicineburgh School of Medicine; Anu Munshi, MD, MS, University of PittsburghSchool of Medicine SSC2 The Changing United States Medical Licensing Examination: Information Medical Educators Need to Know Online Registration Title: The Changing USMLE Coordinator: Steven A. Haist, MD, MS, Department of Test Development Services, National Board of Medical Examiners VAC Partnerships to Enhance Women’s Health Research Online Registration Title: Enhancing Women’s Health Research Coordinator: Ellen F. Yee MD, MPH, New Mexico VA HCS Medicine, Albu- querque Additional Faculty: Susan M. Frayne, MD, MPH, VA Palo Alto Health Care System; Karen Freund MD, MPH, Boston Medical Center; Elizabeth M. Yano, PhD, VA Greater Los Angeles HSR&D Center14 SGIM 36th Annual Meeting | Celebrating Generalism: Leading Innovation and Change
  15. 15. Friday CONCURRENT SESSION c WC05 Patient-Centered Care for Recently Released PrisonersFRIDAY, April 26, 2013, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice Interest Groups Online Registration Title: Patient-Centered Care for Recently ReleasedWTC PrisonersTeaching in Small Groups Coordinator: Sarah E. Wakeman, MD, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical SchoolOnline Registration Title: Teaching in Small Groups Additional Faculty: Ingrid A. Binswanger, MD, MPH, University of ColoradoCoordinator: Toshiko Uchida, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Inter- School of Medicine; Aaron Fox, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Al-nal Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine exander Y. Walley, MD, Boston University School of Medicine; Emily Wang,Additional Faculty: Stacy M. Higgins, MD, FACP, Emory University School MD, MAS, Yale University School of Medicineof Medicine; J. Harry Isaacson, MD, Cleveland ClinicWC01 WC06 Health Care Reform: Promises and Perils for the General InternistGetting Your Vignette Published in JGIM and Other Journals: A Stepby Step Approach Submitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Health Policy Committee Online Registration Title: Health Care Reform for GIMOnline Registration Title: Getting your vignette published. A step by stepapproach. Coordinator: Mark D. Schwartz, MD, New York UniversityCoordinator: Chad S. Miller, MD, Tulane University Additional Faculty: Angela Jackson, MD, Boston University; Scott Joy, MD, University of Colorado; Cara Litvin, MD, MS, Medical University of SouthAdditional Faculty: Jeff Kohlwes, MD, MPH, University of California, San Carolina; Gary Rosenthal, MD, University of IowaFrancisco; Cindy Lai, MD, University of California, San Francisco; MichaelD. Landry, MD, Tulane University; Geraldine E. Menard, MD, Tulane Uni-versity WC07 Building Blocks of High-Performing Primary Care: A Roadmap forWC02 Implementing the Share the Care ModelTeaching Medical Trainees the Practice of Assessment and Online Registration Title: Share the Care: Building Blocks of Primary CareCounseling of Older Adults on Driving Safety TransformationSubmitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Geriatrics Interest Group Coordinator: Reena Gupta, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, General Internal Medicine, San Francisco General Hospital, University of California,Online Registration Title: Teaching Driving Safety for Elderly San FranciscoCoordinator: Rachel K. Miller, MD, Department of Medicine, University of Additional Faculty: Tom Bodenheimer, MD, University of California, SanPennsylvania Francisco; Amireh Ghorob, MPH, University of California, San FranciscoAdditional Faculty: Jennifer Carnahan, MD, MPH, Medical College of Wis-consin; Danelle Cayea, MD, Johns Hopkins; Steve Huege, MD, University ofPennsylvania; Robert Murden, MD, Ohio State University WC08 New Models for Incorporating Continuity into Medical EducationWC03 Submitted in Conjunction with: Learning Communities InstituteThe Diagnosis-Driven Physical Exam of the Knee and Shoulder: A Online Registration Title: New Models for incorporating continuity intoHands-On Workshop medical educationOnline Registration Title: Physical exam of the knee and shoulder: a hands- Coordinator: David S. Hatem, MD, Internal Medicine, University of Mas-on workshop sachusetts Medical SchoolCoordinator: Carlin Senter, MD, University of California, San Francisco Additional Faculty: Lars Osterberg, MD, MPH, Stanford University School of Medicine; Robert Shochet, MD, Johns Hopkins University, Johns HopkinsAdditional Faculty: Veronica M. Jow, MD, University of California, Berkeley; Univeristy School of MedicineNatalie Voskanian, MD, University of California, San DiegoWC04 WC09 The Power of Stories to Heal: A Writing WorkshopBuilding a Therapeutic Alliance with Patients with Chronic Pain –Making Chronic Pain Management Less Painful (for Patients and Online Registration Title: The Power of Stories to Heal: A Writing WorkshopProviders) Coordinator: Rachel Swigris, DO, University of ColoradoSubmitted in Conjunction with: SGIM Pain Interest Group Additional Faculty: Jessica Campbell, MD, University of Colorado; AnjaliOnline Registration Title: Building a Therapeutic Alliance with Patients Dhurandhar, MD, University of Colorado; Therese Jones, PhD, Universitywith Chronic Pain of Colorado; Douglas Reifler, MD, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and ScienceCoordinator: William Becker, MD, VA Connecticut Healthcare SystemAdditional Faculty: Matthew J. Bair, MD, Indiana University School ofMedicine; Erin E. Krebs, MD, MPH, Minneapolis VA Healthcare System;Joanna L. Starrels, MD, MS, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Daniel G.Tobin, MD, Yale University Session details are online at www.sgim.org/go/am13 15

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