7th Annual Mid-Atlantic       H O S P I TA L       MEDICINE       SYMPOSIUM       Mastering the Care of the       Hospital...
The success of the hospitalist model has led to greater demands on hospitalists, including caring for increasingnumbers of...
HOSPITAL MEDICINE:    DAY 1       I    FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012    7:30 – 8:00AM ..........REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BR...
Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized PatientCOURSE DIRECTOR                                          CO-DIRECTORSAndrew ...
7th Annual Mid-AtlanticHOSPITAL MEDICINE:            Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized Patient            Friday & Sa...
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  1. 1. 7th Annual Mid-Atlantic H O S P I TA L MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized Patient Friday & Saturday October 19-20, 2012 Mount Sinai School of Medicine Goldwurm Auditorium New York, NY Course Director Andrew S. Dunn, MD, FACP, SFHM Co-Directors Ramiro Jervis, MD, FHM Brian Markoff, MD, SFHM Visit N YC in the Fal l!Sponsored by An SHM-affiliatedDepartment of Medicine MeetingMount Sinai School of Medicine
  2. 2. The success of the hospitalist model has led to greater demands on hospitalists, including caring for increasingnumbers of patients, the critically ill, and patients who have historically been cared for solely by subspecialists,such as Oncology and HIV patients. In the face of these demands, hospitalists strive to become Master Clinicians– to be able to diagnose and manage complex diseases, incorporate high-quality evidence, and provideindividualized care in an efficient manner.Through concise plenary lectures and stimulating workshops our 7th Annual Hospital Medicine Symposium willprovide the necessary knowledge and skills to allow hospitalists to return to their hospitals and deliver care of thehighest quality.Our faculty consists of nationally and internationally renowned experts chosen to ensure attendees developexpertise in essential topics. Highlights include our keynote speaker, Dr. Jennifer Myers, Patient Safety Officer at mthe University of Pennsylvania, discussing how hospitalists can transform the culture of safety at their hospitals;essentials from the new ACCP Anticoagulation Guidelines; a Pearls for Practice series presenting rapid fire lectureson core topics; and our Update in Hospital Medicine session summarizing the most important studies over thepast year.Our highly rated WORKSHOPS provide participants with a choice of Three Tracksin which to gain expertise. Concentrate in one of these tracks to develop expertise 3or mix-and-match tracks to experience a greater variety of topics: WORKSHOP TRACKS! (1) HOSPITALIST AS GENERALIST—Enhance skills in core topics such as ® Hospitalist as Generalist Pain Management O Hospitalist as Specialist (2) HOSPITALIST AS SPECIALIST—Learn how Handheld Ultrasound for Bedside Diagnosis may be replacing the stethoscope and develop expertise o Enhancing Quality in Oncologic Emergencies & Value (3) ENHANCING QUALITY & VALUE—Become proficient in Developing and Implementing Checklists and other key QI topicsCome to increase your knowledge of core topics, learn more of subspecialty conditions, enhance your QI skills,increase your value to your hospital, and network with colleagues. In short, come to continue your quest tobecome a Master Clinician!PROGRAM OBJECTIVESAt the conclusion of this CME activity, the participant should be able to: I Apply new recommendations from the 2012 ACCP Anticoagulation & Thrombosis guidelines to patient care I Recognize and treat life-threatening oncologic emergencies, such as tumor lysis syndrome I Diagnose common and serious dermatologic manifestations of infectious and systemic disease I Prescribe opioid narcotics and manage side effects in a safe and effective manner I Treat sickle cell crisis using evidence-based practices and strategies, including recognizing the indications for exchange transfusion I Diagnose delirium at an early stage and institute an appropriate diagnostic workup and management strategyWHO SHOULD ATTEND?Hospitalists, General Internists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, House Staff, Medical Students.ACCREDITATIONMount Sinai School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to providecontinuing medical education for physicians.CREDIT DESIGNATIONThe Mount Sinai School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.VERIFICATION OF ATTENDANCEWill be provided to all professionals.COURSE LOCATIONAll sessions will be held in the Goldwurm Auditorium and lecture rooms, 1425 Madison Avenue & 98th Street,New York, NY 10029. For directions, log on to http://www.mountsinaihospital.org/visiting-usACCOMMODATIONSA limited number of discounted rooms will be held until September 5, 2012 at the Courtyard New York Manhattan/UpperEast Side, 410 East 92nd St., New York, NY, 10128 Ph: (800) 321-2211 or (212)-410-6777 Rate: $220++ per nightSPECIAL NEEDSMount Sinai School of Medicine is in full compliance with provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and is accessiblefor individuals with special needs. If you require special accommodations, call the Office of CME, 212-731-7950.FACULTY DISCLOSUREIt is the policy of Mount Sinai School of Medicine to ensure objectivity, balance, independence, transparency, and scientific rigor inall CME-sponsored educational activities. All faculty participating in the planning or implementation of a sponsored activity areexpected to disclose to the audience any relevant financial relationships and to assist in resolving any conflict of interest that mayarise from the relationship. Presenters must also make a meaningful disclosure to the audience of their discussions of unlabeled orunapproved drugs or devices. This information will be available as part of the course material.CONFERENCE INFORMATIONWebsite & online registration: www.mssm.edu/cme/courses/hm or call the Office of CME at 212-731-7950.
  3. 3. HOSPITAL MEDICINE: DAY 1 I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2012 7:30 – 8:00AM ..........REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:00 – 8:15..............INTRODUCTION Andrew S. Dunn, MD, FACP, SFHMm 8:15 – 9:00 KEYNOTE: ENHANCING PATIENT SAFETY Jennifer S. Myers, MD, Patient Safety Officer, Director of Training Programs, Center for Health Care Improvement and Patient Safety (CHIPS), University of Pennsylvania 9:00 – 9:40..............ATRIAL FIBRILLATION: 2012 UPDATE IN MANAGEMENT AND NEW AGENTS Jonathan L. Halperin, MD 9:40 – 10:10 ............INPATIENT MANAGEMENT OF THE CHRONICALLY CRITICALLY ILL: THRIVING OR JUST SURVIVING AFTER CRITICAL ILLNESS David M. Nierman, MD 10:10 – 10:25 ..........PANEL Q&A 10:25 – 10:40 ..........BREAK 10:40 – 12:00PM ......PEARLS FOR PRACTICE ACUTE EXACERBATION OF COPD – E. Neil Schachter, MD EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF LIFE-THREATENING ELECTROLYTE DISORDERS – Michael J. Ross, MD ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF DELIRIUM – Audrey K. Chun, MD 11:40 – 12:00PM ......PANEL Q&A 12:00 – 1:00............LUNCH 1:00 – 2:00..............THE 2012 ACCP ANTICOAGULATION & THROMBOSIS GUIDELINES: KEY CHANGES IMPACTING PATIENT CARE Andrew S. Dunn, MD, FACP, SFHM Guideline co-author, ACCP Guidelines Chest 2012 2:00 – 3:00..............WORKSHOP I ® ESSENTIALS OF GLYCEMIC CONTROL – Ronald Tamler, MD O ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME (ACS) – KEYS TO TREATMENT AND NEW ADVANCES – Bruce J. Darrow, MD o READMISSIONS: The New York City Perspective – Dahlia Rizk, DO Panel: Bradley Flansbaum, DO, Katherine Hochman, MD, Jennifer I. Lee, MD 3:00 – 3:15..............BREAK 3:15 – 4:15..............WORKSHOP II ® PAIN MANAGEMENT CASE STUDIES – Gabrielle Goldberg, MD O SICKLE CELL DISEASE – STRUCTURED APPROACH FOR A CHALLENGING DISEASE – Caroline Cromwell, MD & Jena M. Simon, NP o ADVANCED CODING & DOCUMENTATION SKILLS: THE OBS UNIT AND BEYOND – Sohita Torgalkar, MD & Kathy Navid, MD 4:15 – 5:15..............WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION DAY 2 I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012 7:30 – 8:00AM ..........REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 8:00 – 9:00..............UPDATE IN HOSPITAL MEDICINE Brian Markoff, MD, SFHM 9:00 – 9:40..............NAME THAT RASH: RAPID-FIRE CASES OF ESSENTIAL DERMATOLOGY Jacob Levitt, MD 9:40 – 10:40 ............WORKSHOP III ® PRE-OP PROBLEM SOLVING: ASSESSING AND OPTIMIZING COMMON CARDIAC AND NONCARDIAC CONDITIONS – Dennis Chang, MD O HANDHELD ULTRASOUND: REVOLUTIONING THE PHYSICAL EXAM – Bret P. Nelson, MD, RDMS, FACEP o CHECKLISTS: DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION TO INCREASE PATIENT SAFETY – Umesh K. Gidwani, MD & Ramiro Jervis, MD, SFHM 10:40 – 11:00 ..........BREAK 11:00 – 12:00 ..........WORKSHOP IV ® ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL: BENZOS AND BEYOND – Kimberly G. Klipstein, MD & tba O ONCOLOGIC EMERGENCIES: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT – Jason A. Konner, MD o VAP, CLABSI, & CAUTI: LEADING PREVENTION OF HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED INFECTIONS – Meenakshi Rana, MD
  4. 4. Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized PatientCOURSE DIRECTOR CO-DIRECTORSAndrew S. Dunn, MD, FACP, SFHM Ramiro Jervis, MD, SFHMProfessor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospitalist ServiceChief, Division of Hospital Medicine Director of Quality, Division of Hospital MedicineMedical Director, ADS Medicine Mount Sinai School of MedicineDepartment of MedicineMount Sinai Medical Center Brian Markoff, MD, SFHM Associate Chief Division of Hospital Medicine Director of Education, Division of Hospital Medicine Mount Sinai School of MedicineGUEST FACULTYJennifer Susan Myers, MD Jennifer I. Lee, MDAssociate Professor of Clinical Medicine Assistant Professor of MedicinePatient Safety Officer, Quality and Patient Safety Officer for theHospital of the University of Pennsylvania Department of MedicineDirector of Training Programs, Center for Health Care Weill Cornell Medical CollegeImprovement and Patient Safety (CHIPS) New York, NYHospital of the University of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PA Bradley Flansbaum, DO, MPH, SFHM HospitalistKatherine Hochman, MD Lenox Hill HospitalAssistant Professor; Lead Hospitalist Tisch Hospital New York, NYDepartment of MedicineNYU Langone Medical Center Dahlia Rizk, DO, FHMNew York, NY Chief Section of Hospital MedicineJason A. Konner, MD Beth Israel Medical CenterMedical Oncologist at Sloan Kettering Assistant ProfessorAssistant Professor, Gynecological Medical Oncology Albert Einstein College of MedicineService and Developmental Therapeutic Services New York, NYDepartment of Medicine at Sloan KetteringMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer CenterNew York, NYMOUNT SINAI FACULTY • MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINEJonathan L. Halperin, MD E. Neil Schachter, MDProfessor of Cardiology Professor Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep MedicineLead Investigator: SPAF, SPORTIF trials Professor Pediatrics Professor Preventive MedicinePhil Andrus, MDAssistant Professor of Emergency Medicine David M. Nierman, MDAssociate Director of Emergency Ultrasound Associate Professor Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep MedicineDennis Chang, MD Chief Medical Officer, Mount Sinai Hospital QueensAssistant Professor of MedicineDirector, Peri-Operative Services Bret P. Nelson, MD, RDMS, FACEP Associate Professor of Emergency MedicineAudrey K. Chun, MD Director of Emergency UltrasoundAssociate ProfessorVice Chair, Clinical Programs Jacob Levitt, MDDirector, Martha Stewart Center for Living Associate Clinical Professor DermatologyDepartment of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Kathy Navid, MDCaroline Cromwell, MD Assistant Professor Medicine, General Internal MedicineAssistant Professor, Hematology and Medical Oncology Director, Hospitalist ProgramDirector, The Comprehensive Program for Sickle Cell & Mount Sinai Hospital QueensThalassemia Meenakshi M. Rana, MDBruce J. Darrow, MD Instructor Infectious DiseasesAssistant Professor of CardiologyDirector, Telemetry Services Michael J. Ross, MD Associate Professor NephrologyUmesh K. Gidwani, MD Director, Nephrology Fellowship ProgramAssistant Professor of CardiologyAssistant Professor, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Jena M. Simon, FNP-BC, MS, RNSleep Medicine The Comprehensive Program for Sickle Cell &Director, Cardiac Critical Care ThalassemiaGabrielle Goldberg, MD Ronald Tamler, MD, PhD, MBAAssistant Professor Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Assistant Professor of Endocrinology, Diabetes andAssistant Professor Medicine, Hematology and Bone DiseaseMedical Oncology Clinical Director, Mount Sinai Diabetes CenterMedical Director, Palliative Care Unit Sohita Torgalkar, MDDepartment of Geriatric and Palliative Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospital MedicineKimberly G. Klipstein, MDAssistant Professor of Psychiatry
  5. 5. 7th Annual Mid-AtlanticHOSPITAL MEDICINE: Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized Patient Friday & Saturday, October 19-20, 2012 Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NYREGISTRATION FEESI Attending Physicians $275 I MSSM & Affiliated Physicians $175I NP, PA, RN & Other I MSSM & Affiliated NP, PA, RN & Allied Health Professionals $225 Other Allied Health ProfessionalsI Residents, Fellows $150 Residents, Fellows at Affiliates $125 I MSSM Residents, Fellows *Complimentary *Please Fax the Registration Form with a copy of your badge IDI Yes, I would like additional information about SHM, Society of Hospital MedicineLAST NAME FIRST NAME (MD, RN, etc.)MAILING ADDRESSCITY STATE ZIPTELEPHONE FAXEMAIL SPECIALTYINSTITUTION/AFFILIATIONI Please indicate special dietary needs: I Kosher I VegetarianI Cancellation Policy: A fee of $50.00 will be retained to cover administrative costs for refunds and cancellations. All requests must be confirmed in writing to The Page and William Black Post-Graduate School two weeks before the course begins. No refunds will be made after October 12, 2012 for cancellations and for no-shows.THREE WAYS TO REGISTERI Online at www.mssm.edu/cme/courses/hmI Fax this form with your Visa, M/C or AE# to 646-537-9203I Mail this form with your check to: Mount Sinai School of Medicine The Page and William Black Post-Graduate School One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1193 New York, NY 10029-6574 Enclosed is my check for $____________ payable to The Page and William Black Post-Graduate School Bill my credit card $____________ I MasterCard I Visa I American Express Card Number Exp. Date:________________ Cardholder’s Name (please print): _________________________________________________________________ Signature: _____________________________________________________________________________________ For conference information, please call the Office of CME at 212-731-7950 or email cme@mssm.edu
  6. 6. Mount Sinai School of Medicine Non-Profit Org. The Page and William Black US Postage Post-Graduate School PAID White Plains, NY One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1193 Permit No. 7033 New York, NY 10029-65747th Annual Mid-AtlanticHOSPITAL MEDICINE:Mastering the Care of the Hospitalized Patient Friday & Saturday, October 19-20, 2012 Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY “Excellent symposium” 3 WORKSHOP TRACKS! “Great topics!” ® Hospitalist Generalist —comments from prior attendees O Hospitalist Specialist o Enhancing Quality & Value www.mssm.edu/cme/courses/hm m

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