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"With each new year of continuous operations in the asymmetric environments of OIF/OEF comes new lessons learned, new advancements made in the military healthcare community, and new challenges for the future. Medical advancements in treatment, training, and technology are helping to improve the level of care our warriors can receive from Level 1 to CONUS.

IDGA’s Battlefield Healthcare summits have become the highly recognized and respected forum where members of the military healthcare community can come together for advanced and focused discussions on up to date clinical treatment techniques, lessons learned from the battlefield, and panel discussions that also allow participants to earn continuing education (CME and CE) credits.

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  1. 1. Find out more about IDGA’s Military Medical Technology presents Military Health Week... Summit! See p. 5 for details! The most CME and CE credits offered by IDGA in 2010 The Next Generation of Treatment, Training, and Technology from Level 1 to CONUS March 29 – 31, 2010 Washington, DC Metro Area Part of IDGA’s Military Health Week (March 29 – April 2, 2010) - Two summits and a TBI/Psychological Health Master Class Day, all in one location! IDGA’s 12th Battlefield Gain invaluable information on the latest in combat Healthcare Summit delivers: medicine from these unparalleled speakers: • Lessons learned in down range • VADM Adam Robinson, USN, MC, U.S. Navy Surgeon General & combat care from recently deployed Chief, U.S. Navy BUMED medics and trauma surgeons • RADM (Sel) Mike Mittelman, USN, Command Surgeon, US Joint • New pre-deployment training Forces Command techniques • Commodore Hans W. Jung, OMM, CD, MD, MA, QHP, Canadian • Special focus on the latest Forces Surgeon General/ Commander Canadian Forces Health Services preventative methods and • COL Barbara Springer, USA, PT, PhD, OCS, SCS, Director, Proponency treatments for TBI Office for Rehabilitation & Reintegration, Office of the Army Surgeon General • Next-gen in post combat rehab • COL Geoffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, Program Manager, DSO, DARPA techniques • Col John Mitchell, MD, USAF, Commander, Defense Medical • And much more! Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI) See inside for a complete speaker roster! Sponsors:
  2. 2. Who You Will Meet: IDGA’s 12th Battlefield Healthcare Summit will detail best practices and the next generation in combat medicine and rehabilitative care, as well as facilitate a forum where treatment initiatives and advanced research can be discussed, March 29 – 31, 2010 debated, and developed. Washington, DC Metro Area The audience will be comprised of active members of the military medical Dear Colleague, community working in various capacities from Level 1 to CONUS with the following With each new year of continuous responsibilities: operations in the asymmetric envi OIF/OEF comes new lessons learned, ronments of new advancements made in the milit • Surgical Care community, and new challenges for ary healthcare the future. Medical advancements • Physical and Mental Rehabilitation training, and technology are helping in treatment, to improve the level of care our war • Medical readiness receive from Level 1 to CONUS. riors can • Health Services • Research and Development IDGA’s Battlefield Healthcare sum • Force Health Protection mits have become the highly reco respected forum where members gnized and • Medical Support of the military healthcare commun together for advanced and focu ity can come • Logistics sed discussions on up to date clin techniques, lessons learned from ical treatment • Case Management the battlefield, and panel discussi allow participants to earn continuin ons that also g education (CME and CE) credits. Recognizing the diversity within the Log On & Stay Connected! military medical community, these designed to bring together a varie summits are Be sure to add ty of perspectives by creating a disti faculty representing multiple view nguished speaker to your points and services within the com “Favorites” on your internet browser and munity. This year’s gathering features disc visit us regularly for the latest updates: • Curr ussions on: • Event agenda ent lessons learned from down rang e, including insight from recently dep • Speaker faculty trauma surgeons and medics loyed • Tele • Social and networking activities medicine • Pre- • Download Center featuring speaker deployment and joint medical train • TBI ing and needs presentations and white papers and Combat Stress injuries • Sponsors and Exhibitors • Post combat complex casualty rehabilita tion techniques Join the Battlefield Healthcare Scheduled sessions for the March 2010 Battlefield Healthcare Sum IDGA’s Military Health Week, and mit will begin Group! will be concluded with a focus on technology and equipment that our the latest medical teams can utilize to improve care with our Military Medical Tech their quality of nology Summit. About IDGA Register for one, or both events toda y by logging on to www.BattlefieldH The Institute for Defense or calling 1-800-882-8684. I look forward to seeing you in March! & Government Advancement (IDGA) is a Very Respectfully, non-partisan information based organization dedicated to the promotion of s the P.S. Don’t mis get your innovative ideas in public service and defense. We bring together speaker panels opportunit y to comprised of military and government g Credits. Monica McKenzie CME and Nursin tails! professionals while attracting delegates de See below for Program Director, IDGA with decision-making power from military, government and defense industries. For more information, please visit us at Don’t Miss! CME and Continuing Education Credits Physicians Nurse This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with Amedco is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for the Wisconsin Nurses Association Continuing Education Approval Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of The Program Committee, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior (IAHB) and the Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Institute for Defense and Government Advancement. IAHB is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for This course is co-provided by Amedco and the Institute for Defense physicians. and Government Advancement. Maximum of 20.75 contact hours. AMA PRA Statement CA Nurse IAHB designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20.75 AMA Amedco approved by the CA Board of Registered Nursing, Provider PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit #CEP13683, for 20.75 contact hours. commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 2 Register Today!
  3. 3. Main Conference Day One Main Conference Day Two Monday, March 29, 2010 Tuesday, March 30, 2010 7:00 Registration and Coffee 7:15 Registration and Coffee 7:45 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks 7:45 Chairperson’s Welcome & Opening Remarks Karl Schlenker, Vice President, Minnesota Thermal Science 8:00 Pre-Deployment Medical Training Challenges Faced in Theater: The need for Pre-deployment joint/team training standard 8:00 Meeting the Medical Challenges of the Battlefield Keynote • Consolidating pre-deployment training, too many mandatory courses, which ones do we need? Opening Keynote Surgeon General Keynote • “Lessons Learned” vs “Lessons recorded” VADM Adam Robinson, USN, MC, U.S. Navy Surgeon General • When and where to conduct pre-deployment training (CONUS or in the Theater of Operation) &Chief, U.S. Navy BUMED Col John Mitchell, MD, USAF, Commander, Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI) 8:45 Together in Combat/Together in Medicine: The Joint 8:45 The Center for Pre-Deployment Medicine UK/US Afghanistan Medical Experience • Tactical Combat Medical Care (TCMC) • Unique issues involved with integrating two first world medical • Brigade Combat Team Trauma Training (BCT3) systems • Military Transition Team Medical Training (MiTT) • Complexity of cases and the need for a coordinated approach to • Joint Forces Combat Trauma Management Course (JFCTMC) patient care MAJ Shon D. Compton SP, MPAS, PA-C Deputy Director, Center for Pre-deployment Medicine • Considerations for future interactions to support a multination model (MCCS-HR) Fort Sam Houston, TX of care in a complex combat environment CAPT Joseph F. Rappold, USN, MD FACS, Department of Surgery, 9:25 CBRN Threat, Diagnosis, and Treatment on the Battlefield: A medical threat CBRNE Treatment Naval Medical Center, San Diego, CA briefing for medical personnel • Diagnosis and treatment of the most likely CBRN agents 9:25 From the Battlefield to the Playing Field: A New Model for • Intelligence of the CBRN threat in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan Effective Rehabilitation • Details of previous CBRN attacks presented for review • Amputee rehabilitation LTC Kenneth S. Shaw, USA, O.D., M.S., DDEAMC OIC DDEAMC Decontamination Team • Polytrauma / in-patient rehabilitation • Advanced rehabilitation 10:05 Networking and Refreshment Break COL Barbara Springer, USA, PT, PhD, OCS, SCS, Director, 10:50 Panel Discussion from Naval Medical Center San Diego’s Comprehensive Combat Proponency Office for Rehabilitation & Reintegration, Office of the & Complex Casualty Care(C5) Program Army Surgeon General • What comprises the C5 program Keynote • Successes and challenges of medical and non-medical case/care management 10:05 Networking and Refreshment Break • What lies on the horizon for post combat and sustainment care CAPT Jennifer Town Captain, Nurse Corps, U.S. Navy (Retired), Director, Comprehensive Telemedicine 10:50 Military Telemedicine for the Battlefield Combat and Complex Casualty Care (C5), Program Naval Medical Center San Diego, CA (see website for update on additional speakers!) Focus • Past, present and future clinical aspects • Lessons learned and challenges faced 11:30 Compassion Fatigue of the Caregiver MAJ Kevin Chung, MD, USA, ISR/BAMC New Treatment • Definition of compassion fatigue Technique • Identifying risk factors 11:30 Mirror Therapy for Amputee Wounded Warriors • Identifying protective factors • Better understanding of the origins of phantom limb pain LCDR Pamela Herbig, NC, USN, Asst. Professor and Deputy Program Director Psychiatric • Mirror therapy for phantom limb pain Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program, Graduate School of Nursing at Uniformed • Future directions for research in amputee care University Services CDR Jack Tsao, MC, USN, Ass. Prof., USU, WRMC 12:10 LUNCH 12:10 LUNCH National Guard Focus 1:25 Citizen Soldiers: The National Guard Perspective • Critical skills needed for the deployed trauma surgeon 1:25 Canadian Perspective on Battlefield Healthcare Afternoon Keynote • Lessons learned and challenges faced from the playingfield, Commodore Hans W. Jung, OMM, CD, MD, MA, QHP, Canadian to the battlefield forces Surgeon General/ Commander Canadian Forces Health COL Harry P Marshall Jr, MD FACS, Deputy Commander, District of Columbia National Guard – Services Medical Detachment 2:05 Update on DARPA’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics Program 2:05 Panel Discussion: The Crucial Role of the Chaplain • Creation of a fully functional (motor and sensory) upper limb that • Placement of a Religious Ministry Team (RMT) in a unit responds to direct neural control • Chaplains as 'first responders' when dealing with combat and operational stress • Update on testing in human clinical trials CAPT Shelia C. Robertson, CHC, USN, Chaplain of Navy Medicine (M00G),Special Assistant for COL Geoffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, Program Manager, DSO, DARPA Pastoral Care; CAPT Jessie R. Tate, USN, Chaplain, Navy Region East & Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA; Dr. Elmer C. Maggard, Ph.D. (CIV), Clinical Psychologist, Deployment Health 2:45 Networking and Refreshment Break Center, Navy Medical Center Portsmouth 2:40 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:30 Update on DARPA’s PREVENT Program • The Preventing Violent Explosive Neurologic Trauma (PREVENT) 3:10 The National Intrepid Center of Excellence; a New Paradigm in the Diagnosis, Program: Protecting our warfighters from traumatic brain injury Treatment Planning and Life Long Follow-on Strategy NCIoE Review resulting from such explosions • A holistic approach to the referral, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of those with complex TBI • Current test systems and predictive models to characterize blast and psychological disorders exposure in order to optimize treatment paradigms, explosive blast • The Next-Gen in generating, improving, and harnessing the latest advances in science, therapy, tele- mitigation, and protective strategies health, education, research and technology while providing compassionate family-centered care for COL Geoffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, Program Manager, DSO, DARPA service members and their loved ones throughout the recovery and community reintegration process. COL George F. Nussbaum, PhD, AN, Deputy Director Clinical and Research Support Services For the Combat Medic 4:10 The Golden Hour: Lessons Learned and Critical Care National Intrepid Center of Excellence Techniques for the Combat Medic • Civilian triage to military triage 3:50 The Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM): Regenerative • Lessons learned from natural disasters Medicine in Today’s OR • Conversion from civilian to frontline combat • Recruitment and engraftment of the proper progenitor cells in trauma MAJ William Evans, Director, USA, CO MEDOP 66F, Director of • Review of several clinically-relevant techniques EMS, Irvington, VA Dr. George Muschler, Director, Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM) and Cleveland Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon 4:50 US Joint Forces Military Medicine 4:30 Effects of Excelarrest and BleedArrest on Hemorrhage Control Keynote Lesson learned in the Joint fight Closing • • Effects of systolic blood pressure on rebleeding when ExcellArrest and BleedArrest are used • Challenges faced for future initiatives • Future applications for battlefield healthcare RADM (Sel) Mike Mittelman, USN, Command Surgeon, US Joint COL (ret) Don Johnson, USAFR, PhD, Director of Research, US Army Graduate Program in Forces Command Anesthesia Nursing, Ft. Sam Houston 5:10 End of Day One 5:10 End of Main Summit 3
  4. 4. TBI/Psychological Health Master Class TBI / Psychological Health Master Class Wednesday, March 31, 2010 This in-depth and interactive focus day will examine the latest issues, best practices and next-generation treatments and technology surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injury and psychological health issues for the battlefield warfighter. Choose from two tracks: one focusing on the clinical aspects of treatment and diagnosis and the other on the technology and R&D involved in preventing, diagnosing, and treating TBI/PTSD in the battlefield. 7:30 am - 8:00 am Registration and Coffee 8:00 am - 9:30 am Joint Opening Session: The Next Generation in Psychological Health Treatment Hear from Wilford Hall Medical Center’s new clinic to treat patients who suffer therapy, cognitive processing therapy and prolonged exposure treatments, in from post traumatic stress disorder. The PTSD Clinic offers evidence based addition to the new virtual modalities. treatments and a virtual reality program to help Airmen returning from combat. The Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy, using a computer simulated Virtual Iraq Session Leader: and Virtual Afghanistan, allows Airmen to interact and recreate a traumatic Col Gerald W Talcott, Col, USAF, BSC, Chair, Department of Behavioral scene and recall sights, sounds, smells, thoughts and feelings. The uniqueness Medicine, San Antonio Military Medical Center of the clinic lies in the fact that it offers evidence-based cognitive behavioral Track 1: Clinical Focus TRACK 2: Technological and R&D Focus 9:45am-11:45am Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in the OEF/OIF conflicts 9:45am-11:45am Panel Discussion on mTBI Research and Evaluation of TBI has been referred to as the “signature injury” of the OEF/OIF conflict. In many mTBI Pre/Post deployment respects it differs from TBIs seen in the civilian environment, as many of these TBIs Medical device manufacturer Neuro Kinetics Inc. will sponsor a panel discussion of are related to blast exposure. There are a number of controversies surrounding the military medical specialists on new techniques for diagnoses and treatment of mild appropriate diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of returning veterans with known traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory or suspected TBI, ranging from mechanism of injury to prognosis for long-term (USAARL) at Fort Rucker, Alabama, and three other military medical facilities currently outcome. This discussion will review some of the neuroscientific and medical issues are collaborating in a comprehensive research project, using Neuro Kinetics’ I-Portal® being actively discussed in the TBI field, as well as patient management challenges NOTC (Neuro-Otologic Test Center) system to evaluate and characterize vestibular, being faced by euron-clinicians who treat returning veterans. auditory and oculomotor conditions in soldiers suffering from hard-to-detect mTBI as a result of blast exposure. In addition to the I-Portal NOTC system, other Neuro Kinetics What will be Covered: products include its I-Portal® VNG (Video Nystagmography) system and I-Portal® VOG • Current controversies in TBI, e.g. How do blasts injure the brain? • Is it mild TBI or PTSD or both? (Video Oculography) system. The company will demonstrate its equipment and detail • Diagnostic and treatment approaches to TBI sequelae such as headache, epilepsy, the battery of tests available. and cognitive deficits What you will learn: • Hear about new techniques for diagnoses and treatment of mTBI How you will Benefit: • Update on current research projects • You will understand important diagnostic issues in TBI medicine and how it relates to the OEF/OIF conflicts. How you will benefit: • You will be able to discuss treatments for TBI that are derived from current clinical • Learn in an interactive forum from leading members of the medical community practice guidelines and new research advances • Become familiar with current technologies that can aide in the diagnosis of mTBI Gary M. Abrams, MD, Rehabilitation Section Chief, San Francisco VA, Panel members: Medical Center; Department of Neurology, University of California, San Dr. Melida Hill, Primary Investigator for USAARL (including Ft. Rucker, Ft. Francisco Campbell, Tripler Army Medical, Walter Reed Army Medical) Col. Dr. Michael Hoffer, USN, Navy San Diego Medical Center, Department Chair of Otolaryngology, Otology / Neurology See website for additional speakers! 11:45am- 1:00pm LUNCH 11:45am- 1:00pm LUNCH 1:00pm- 3:00pm Persistent Problems after Traumatic Brain 1:00pm- 3:00pm Preventative Equipment in Theater to Reduce Blast Injury: The Need for Long-Term Follow-Up and Coordinated Injuries Care Convoys across the desert, patrolling the waters, keeping guard at base and surveying Now that national attention is being paid to TBI disorders in our troops, the airspace – today’s warfighters are in need of innovative military ballistic helmet pads to actual mechanism of TBI injury is still little understood. Current research mitigate, cushion, and absorb blasts in the battlefield. By limiting the blast waves of models suggest TBI from blast injuries to be a significantly different injury exploding IED's, absorbing the shock of high speed boats, and making sure that head than that caused by actual trauma to the skull. Understand how these to toe personal gear protects and fits, SKYDEX limits the blast force transmitted to the important differences will affect the national treatment and research into occupants by as much as 71%. By varying SKYDEX’s twin hemispheres – either in this debilitating condition. Also, discover how the TBI patients’ cognitive and layout, plastic composition, the amount of plastic used or spacing between the hemis, emotional deficits may decrease their capacity and initiative to seek the functionality of this life-saving equipment can be altered for the specific job it has appropriate care on their own. to perform. What will be Covered: What you will learn: • Prevalence of common issues after TBI • Hear about how advanced equipment technologies for use in the battlefield can • How can we identify issues related with TBI decrease the force of blasts • Learn about recent trials that have shown a mitigation of blast force by 71% How you will Benefit: • You will be familiarized with common issues after TBI How you will benefit: • You will learn about defining TBI from other blast injuries • Become knowledgeable on the latest equipment that can be fielded for protection from blast injuries Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD, Chief, PM&R Service, VA Boston Healthcare, • Discuss in an interactive forum the technology and research behind this latest System Healthcare System technology Peter Foley, Chief Technology Officer, SKYDEX 3:15- 5:00pm Joint Closing Session: Pre- and Post- Deployment TBI Screening It is estimated that one in five soldiers on active deployment for a year’s deployment is • Mechanisms for implementing large scale screening as an effective force at risk for TBI. The Ft. Carson Soldier Readiness center has incorporated this knowledge management tool into their comprehensive approach to screening both pre- and post- deployment in the ongoing investigation into the best ways to identify TBI and those at risk for TBI. Caring How you will benefit: • Explain the benefits of assessing how a soldier is "ready" not just "healthy" or for our soldiers should be along a continuum, addressing the needs of those who fall somewhere in between "healthy" and "casualty.” "casualty" • Compare current and emerging TBI screening models What will be covered: • Describe how to caregivers for utilizing all screening guidelines effectively • Importance of both pre- and post- deployment screening for soldier readiness COL Heidi Terrio, USA, MD, MC, MPH, Chief, Deployment Health, Ft. • Guidelines for evaluating the severity of combat stress injuries in individuals Carson, CO Register Today! 4
  5. 5. MILITARY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY SUMMIT March 31 – April 2, 2010 Washington, DC While our medical community continuously strives for improvements in their clinical capabilities, their capacity to provide the best of care is often dependent on having the right equipment and technology in order to properly prevent, diagnose, and treat our wounded warfighters. This inaugural event has been specifically created for industry leaders with the following responsibilities: • Tactical Commanders • Directors of Force Health Protection • Directors of medical R & D • Chief Medical and Technology Officers • Command surgeons and medics • And many more! • Command Surgeons • Directors of Medical Logistics Main Summit Day One, Thursday, 1 April 2010 Main Summit Day Two, Friday, 2 April 2010 8:00 Update on Meeting the Medical 1:00 Enhanced Aviation and Combat 8:00 Cutting Edge Medical Technology 11:45 Advancements in Prosthetics and Technology Challenges of Force Life Support Equipment: Medical and R&D efforts from the Walter Amputee Rehabilitation Health Protection technology for Level 1 MEDEVAC Reed Health Care System Technologies from WRAMC Col Donald L Noah, Acting Deputy teams COL Norvell V. Coots USA, MC, MD, COL Paul F. Pasquina, USA, M.D., Assistant Secretary of Defense for COL Joseph F. McKeon, MC, MD, MSS, FAAD, Commander, Walter Chief, Integrated Department of Force Health Protection and Readiness MPH Commander, US Army Reed Health Care System, Walter Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation, Aeromedical Research Lab Reed Army Medical Center Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 8:45 Battlefield Communications for National Naval Medical Center Effective Medical Information Flow 1:45 Use of Medical Equipment in the 8:45 Current R&D in Limb Salvage and from Army's Medical Communications Military Aeromedical Rehabilitation 1:30 Navy Medicine Research Overview for Combat Casualty Care( MC4 Environment: Challenges and MAJ Joseph Hsu, USA, MD, US Dr. Wayman Wendell Cheatham, system) Design Considerations Army Institute of Surgical Research MD, FACE Special Assistant to the LTC William E. Geesey, USA, Program Khalid Barazanji, Ph.D. Chief, Surgeon General for Medical Manager, Medical Communications Airworthiness Certification and 10:15 What (If Any) Is the Role for Research, Director, Navy Medical for Combat Casualty Care (MC4) Evaluation Branch, U.S. Army Automated Care On The Battlefield Research & Development Center & Aeromedical Research Laboratory, COL Leopoldo C. Cancio, USA, MD, Director, Navy Clinical Investigation 10:15 Update on New Technology for Ft. Rucker, AL MC, US Army Combat Critical Care Programs, Bureau of Medicine & Combat Casualty Care Engineering Program, US Army Surgery COL Dallas C. Hack, USA, M.D., 3:15 The Future Of Battlefield Health Institute of Surgical Research Director, US Army Combat Casualty Informatics 2:15 Chest Pain Evaluation Down Range Care Research Program Chair, Joint Rick Barnhill, PM, Clinical 11:00 Effects of Using Human Patient - A Modern Cost Savings Approach Technology Coordinating Group 6 Informatics, Western Regional Simulator (HPS‘) versus a CD-ROM Maj Kevin Steel, USAF, MC, DO, (Combat Casualty Care) US Army Medical Command, Madigan on Cognition and Critical Thinking Chief, Advanced Cardiac Imaging, Medical Research and Materiel Army Medical Center Relative to Combat Care Department of Cardiology San Command COL (ret) Don Johnson, USAFR, PhD, Antonio Military Medical Center 4:00 Closing Keynote Director of Research, US Army 11:00 Virtual Therapy and Telehealth in the Dr. Edward F. Gabriele, Special Graduate Program in Anesthesia 3:30 Wound Biomarkers: High Energy Air Force Assistant to the Navy Surgeon Nursing, Ft. Sam Houston Penetrating War Injuries LtCol Timothy Lacy, USAF, MC, Chief, General for Ethics & Professional CDR Eric Elster, USN, MC, FACS, Telehealth, Air Force Medical Support Integrity, BUMED Combat Casualty Care, Naval Agency Medical Research Center & Department of Surgery NNMC Bethesda & Assistant Professor of Surgery, Uniformed Services University Attend the entire Military Health Week at a minimal additional cost. See below for details on the Superpass! 4:15 End of Summit 12th Battlefield Healthcare Registration Information Pricing Military, Government & Academia1 Pricing Industry Register & Register & Standard Register & Register & Standard Pay by Feb. 5 Pay by Mar. 5 Price Pay by Feb. 5 Pay by Mar. 5 Price TBI/Psychological $399 $399 $399 TBI/Psychological $500 $500 $500 Health Master Class Health Master Class Main Conference Only $599 $699 $799 Main Conference Only $899 $999 $1,099 Superpass to Military $1,099 $1,199 $1,299 Superpass to Military $1,499 $1,599 $1,699 Health Week2 Health Week2 Team Discounts* 1 This category does NOT include government contractors; contractors are considered Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Number of Attendees Savings of: civilian/industry for the purpose of determining Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 registration fees. Military personnel are requested to ABA/Routing #: 021000021 3 to 4 10% be in uniform. 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