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Cool Topics in Neonatology 19th Annual Conference

  1. 1. California Association of Neonatologists (CAN) andAAP District IX Section on Perinatal PediatricsCool Topics inNeonatology19th Annual ConferenceFriday, Saturday & SundayMarch 1-3, 2013Coronado Island Marriott ResortCoronado, California
  2. 2. About the ProgramThis is the nineteenth annual conference presented by the Cali- The optional Friday afternoon Neonatal CPT Coding Updatefornia Association of Neonatologists (CAN) and the AAP District Seminar is for neonatologists, neonatal nurse practitioners andIX Section on Perinatal Pediatrics. The meeting will include an neonatal billing personnel.optional workshop to help participants utilize CPQCC resources The tenth annual workshop, “Life After Fellowship: Exploringto improve perinatal outcomes. The conference and combined Career Opportunities and Practical Considerations for Newmeeting will be dedicated to a scientific and practice-oriented Neonatologists,” will be offered on Friday. The workshop isdiscussion of current topics and controversies in perinatal and geared for neonatology fellows and new neonatologists recentlyneonatal medicine. out of training. Participation is by invitation.The optional California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative The Saturday and Sunday education program is directed to neo-(CPQCC) workshop is geared to teams of caregivers from natologists, pediatricians, NNPs, and will provide an update onperinatal and neonatal units (neonatologists, obstetricians, topics pertinent to current practice.neonatal nurse practitioners, infection control nurses, nutrition-ists, lactation consultants, respiratory therapists) who can effect At the conclusion of the program participants should be able to:change in the topics presented. • ecognize the evidence basis of current neonatal practices R • Describe current coding practices • Review the present status of CPQCC and PQIP projects FacultyCourse Chairs Ronald S. Cohen, MD Denise M. Main, MDSteven Goldman, MD Clinical Professor of Pediatrics Director of Prenatal Diagnosis CenterPresident, California Association of Stanford University School of Medicine Sutter Pacific Medical FoundationNeonatologists Director- PICN San Francisco, CaliforniaChief, Newborn Services Palo Alto, California Darius M. Moshfeghi, MDCalifornia Pacific Medical Center C. Michael Cotten, MD, MHS Assistant ProfessorSan Francisco, California Associate Professor of Pediatrics Department of OphthalmologyRichard J. Powers, MD Medical Director Neonatology Clinical Research Stanford University School of MedicineChair, AAP District IX Duke University Medical Center Palo Alto, CaliforniaSection on Perinatal Pediatrics Durham, North Carolina Anna Penn, MD, PhDMedical Director, NICU Heidi M. Feldman, MD, PhD Associate Professor of PediatricsGood Samaritan Hospital Ballinger-Swindells Professor of George Washington University School ofSan Jose, California Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Medicine Department of Pediatrics Divisions of Fetal and Transitional Medicine andCourse Co-Chair Stanford University School of Medicine of Neonatology Center for Neuroscience ResearchUdaykumar P. Devaskar, MD Medical Director, Developmental-Behavioral Children’s National Medical CenterProfessor of Pediatrics Pediatrics Washington, DCDirector of NICU Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Rangasamy Ramanathan, MDDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Palo Alto, California Professor of PediatricsLos Angeles, California Henri R. Ford, MD Director, Fellowship Program and NICU Professor, Department of Surgery LAC + USC Medical Center Faculty Vice Dean for Medical Education Children’s Hospital Los AngelesLisa C. Bain, MD Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Pediatric Surgery Keck School of Medicine of USCClinical Fellow, Neonatology Los Angeles, California Los Angeles, CaliforniaKlaus Award Recipient UCSF Jay P. Goldsmith, MD Joseph Schulman, MDSchool of Medicine, University of California, Clinical Professor of Pediatrics DirectorSan Francisco Tulane University School of Medicine NICU Quality Measurement andSan Francisco, California New Orleans, Louisiana Improvement atGail E. Besner, MD William Good, MD California Children’s ServicesH. William Clatworthy, Jr., Professor of Surgery Senior Scientist, Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Sacramento, CaliforniaChief, Departmentof Pediatric Surgery Institute Tim ShannonPrincipal Investigator, Center for Perinatal Pediatric Ophthalmology Lobbyist, Children’s Specialty Care CoalitionResearch San Francisco, California Sacramento, CaliforniaDirector, Pediatric Surgery Training Program Jeffrey B. Gould, MD, MPH David K. Stevenson, MDAssociate Burn Director Robert L. Hess Endowed Professor in Pediatrics Harold K. Faber Professor of PediatricsNationwide Children‘s Hospital Director, Perinatal Epidemiology and Vice Dean and Senior Associate Dean forThe Ohio State University College of Medicine Health Outcomes Research Unit Academic AffairsColumbus, Ohio Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford University School of MedicineDouglas N. Carbine, MD Palo Alto, California Director, Charles B. and Ann L. JohnsonCAPT (ret), US Navy Susan R. Hintz, MD, MS Epi Center for Pregnancy and Newborn ServicesNeonatal Intensive Care Unit Professor of Pediatrics Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at StanfordNaval Medical Center San Diego Neonatal and Development Medicine Palo Alto, California Medical Director, The Center for Fetal and Maternal Health Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford Palo Alto, California
  3. 3. General InformationAccreditation AccommodationsThe Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen A block of rooms has been reserved at the Coronado IslandSchool of Medicine at UCLA, is accredited by the Accredita- Marriott Resort at seminar rates: $220 single or double occu-tion Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide pancy plus state and local taxes. One night’s deposit is requiredcontinuing medical education for physicians. to guarantee late arrival (i.e. after 6 pm). Confirmation of reser-The Office of Continuing Medical Education, David Geffen vations received after Monday, January 28, 2013, is subject toSchool of Medicine at UCLA designates this live activity for availability.a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physi- There is always the possibility the room block might sell outcians should claim only the credit commensurate with the prior to January 28, 2013, in which case rooms will be sold atextent of their participation in the activity. a higher rate based on availability and/or you will be referred toThe California State Board of Registered Nursing accepts another hotel.courses approved by the AMA for Category 1 credit as meet- For more information and reservations call (800) 228-9290ing the continuing education requirements for license renew- or (619) 435-3000. Indicate that you are attending theal. Nurses from states other than California should inquire Cool Topics in Neonatology program in order to receivewith their local state board for specific continuing education conference rates. You may book online atpolicies. http://www.mariott.com/hotels/travel/sanci?groupCode=uclu claapp=resvlinkfromDate=2/28/13toDate=3/3/13DisclosureThe FDA has issued a concept paper which classifies com- It is strongly advised that you make roommercial support of scientific and educational programs as reservations early.promotional unless it can be affirmed that the programis “truly independent” and free of commercial influence.In addition to independence, the FDA requires that non- Refundspromotional, commercially supported education be objec- Cancellations must be received in writing by February 1, 2013tive, balanced, and scientifically rigorous. The policy further and will be subject to a $75 processing fee. No refunds will bestates that all potential conflicts of interest of the CME staff given after that date. If for any reason the course must be can-and faculty be fully disclosed to the program’s participants. celled, discontinued, or rescheduled by the Office of Continu-In addition, Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical ing Medical Education, a full refund will be provided.Education policy now mandates that the provider adequatelymanages all identified potential conflicts of interest prior tothe program. We at UCLA fully endorse the letter and spirit Coronado Island Marriott Resortof these concepts. The Coronado Island Marriott Resort is only 20 minutes from the San Diego airport and a short water ferry ride to downtownLocation San Diego. There are 300 rooms, villas, and suites set along 16Coronado Island Marriott Resort waterfront acres of San Diego Bay, offering sweeping views of2000 Second Street the water and downtown skyline.Coronado, CA 92118 Recreational amenities are plentiful. Sailing, waterskiing and(619) 435-3000 deep-sea fishing are available from the private pier. Golf is just across the boulevard at Coronado’s 18-hole championshipEnrollment course.Enrollment is limited; we suggest you enroll early. Suggested activities in the San Diego area include:By Mail – Send the completed enrollment form to: •  San Diego ZooOffice of Continuing Medical Education •  San Diego Wild Animal ParkCool Topics in Neonatology •  Gaslamp QuarterDavid Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA •  Seaport Village10920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1060 •  Old Town San DiegoLos Angeles, CA 90024-6512 •  Balboa ParkOnline – Use your MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or AmEx • Point Loma Lighthouse Cabrillo National Monumentcard. Go to www.cme.ucla.edu and click on Cool Topics inNeonatolgy. Conference ParkingBy Phone – Use your MasterCard, Visa, or Discover card.Call (310) 794-2620. Self parking is $11 per day Valet parking is $28 per dayBy Fax – Fax the enrollment form with charge card informa-tion and your authorizing signature to (310) 794-2624.
  4. 4. Friday, March 1, 20138:30 am - 3:00 pm 8:00 am - 3:00 pmCPQCC Pre CAN Workshop 2013 Neonatology Fellows’ Workshop 2013The California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative The Section on Perinatal Pediatrics District IX and theLearning Session: California Association of Neonatologists are pleased to spon-Potentially Better Practices in Neonatal Length of Stay sor the 10th annual workshop for California neonatology(LOS) fellows entitled Life After Fellowship: Exploring CareerThe California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative Opportunities and Practical Considerations for New(CPQCC) invites neonatal teams to attend a one-day Neonatologists. The workshop is designed to provide neo-interactive quality improvement workshop focusing on natology fellows and new neonatologists with the informa-optimizing NICU Length of Stay (LOS). Topics to be tion that they will need to make career choices for practicingpresented include: neonatology as well as exploring the non-clinical elements of practice, including exploring different practice models,• Review of the CPQCC database to identify opportuni- the business of neonatology, finding a job, work/life bal- ties for LOS improvement in California NICUs ance and personal wellness, women in neonatology, practical• Review of approaches to utilization management in financial planning, professionalism and conflict resolution California NICUs in the workplace. The workshop will emphasize small group• The impact of specific high risk clinical events on NICU participation and discussion. An expert faculty will conduct LOS (e.g., neonatal abstinence, feeding issues and apnea this workshop. Enrollment is open to all neonatology fellows management) and in California, but will be limited to approximately 30 par-• Description of effective approaches to critical parent ticipants. New neonatologists within two years of complet- education to support a smooth transition out of the ing their fellowship will also be welcome to attend if space is NICU (panel with parent participation) available. Pre-registration is required. PROGRAM DIRECTORSOBJECTIVES Andrew O. Hopper, MDFollowing the lectures, discussions, and group activities, Program Director, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowshipparticipants will be able to: Professor of Pediatrics1. Describe potentially better practices surrounding length Loma Linda University School of Medicine of stay for neonatal patients. Chris Retajczyk, MD2. Identify barriers to patient discharge in your NICU. Medical Director NICU3. Identify strategies to overcome these barriers. Sutter Medical Center of Santa RosaPROGRAM DIRECTORS 3:30 - 5:30 pmPaul Sharek, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of Pediatrics, Stanford School of MedicineMedical Director of Quality Management Neonatal CPT Coding UpdateChief Clinical Patient Safety Officer, Lucile Packard There are many new changes in neonatal coding for 2013Children’s Hospital; Director of Quality, Perinatal Quality and proposed changes for 2014. This seminar will discussImprovement Panel (PQIP) the additions, deletions and other coding changes. In addi-Paul Kurtin, MD tion, pertinent examples will be utilized to emphasize teach-Chief Quality and Safety Office ing points.Director, Sadler Center for Quality (Retired) Gilbert I. Martin, MDRady Children’s Hospital San Diego Director Emeritus, Neonatal Intensive Care UnitTARGET AUDIENCE Citrus Valley Medical Center-Queen of the Valley Campus West Covina, CaliforniaObstetric and neonatal physicians, nurses, respiratory Clinicial Professor of Pediatricstherapists, case managers, speech and occupational thera- Loma Linda University Medical Centerpists, social workers, allied health professionals, quality Loma Linda, Californiaimprovement managers, hospital administrators, as well as Pediatrix Medical Groupany others involved in the care of high risk patients inter-ested in learning effective ways to improve the quality of REGISTRATION FEE $100 – 2 Category 1 Creditscare for their patients. Advance registration required for above sessionsREGISTRATION FEES 125 individual with site team $ $150 individual6.5 Category 1 Credits
  5. 5. Friday, March 1, 2013 continued 4:00 Disaster – Lessons Learned From Katrina Jay P. Goldsmith, MD 4:40 Regional Disaster Planning for California’s NICUs6:00 pm KEYNOTE ADDRESS Ronald Cohen, MD T he Need for Transdisciplinary Team Douglas N. Carbine, MD Science to Solve the Big Problems in Jeffrey B. Gould, MD, MPH Human Health: The Case of Preterm Birth 5:30 Panel Discussion David K. Stevenson, MD 5:45 Adjourn7:00-8:00 pm HOSTED RECEPTION Sunday, March 3, 2013 Saturday, March 2, 2013 MORNING SESSION 7:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast Moderator: Richard J. Powers, MD7:45 Welcome and Opening Remarks 8:00 Welcome Steven Goldman, MD 8:10 Role of the Placenta in Perinatal Brain InjuryMORNING SESSION Anna Penn, MD, PhDModerator: Jae Kim, MD 8:50 sing Diffusion Tensor Imaging to Understand U Long-Term Outcomes After Preterm Birth:8:00 Preventing NEC Implications for Clinical Practice C. Michael Cotten, MD Heidi M. Feldman, MD, PhD8:45 Research in the Etiology and Treatment of NEC 9:30 Panel Discussion Gail E. Besner, MD 9:40 Break/Visit Exhibits9:30 Surgical Approach to NEC Henri R. Ford, MD 9:55 he State of the State: What Should We Expect T For Our Practices and Patients10:15 Panel Discussion Tim Shannon10:30 Break/Visit Exhibits 10:20 HCACs in the NICU10:45 renatal Diagnosis – Circulating Fetal DNA and P Joseph Schulman, MD Other Advances 10:50 Panel Discussion Denise M. Main, MD 11:00 on-invasive Respiratory Support for Nano N11:30 ew CPQCC-CCS HRIF Reports: Tools for N Preemie to Newborn Infants Following our High-Risk Patients Rangasamy Ramanathan, MD Susan R. Hintz, MD, MS Epi 11:45 Discussion12:00 Lunch and Business Meeting 12:00 AdjournAFTERNOON SESSIONModerator: Ronald Ariagno, MD The 2013 CAN meeting is environmentally friendly! The1:30 actors Associated with Failure to Screen F syllabus for the conference will be distributed to attendees Newborns for Retinopathy of Prematurity on a flash drive at the meeting. You will also be able to Lisa C. Bain, MD download the syllabus prior to the meeting. If you bring2:00 Managing ROP in the NICU your laptop to the conference, be aware that there are no Darius M. Moshfeghi, MD electrical outlets at the conference tables. Make sure your2:45 he ABC’s of ROP (Avastin, Betablockers, Cryo T laptop is fully charged each day. (laser) Surgery William Good, MD3:30 Panel Discussion3:45 Break/Visit Exhibits
  6. 6. Application for Enrollment Cool Topics in Neonatology 19th Annual Conference M123-14 CPQCC Workshop $125 individual with site team o  $150 individual o Coding Workshop $100 o Cool Topics in Neonatalogy Conference CAN Members $300 o  Non-CAN Members $350 o  Fellows/Residents $75 o TOTAL Last four digits of your Social Security Number Name (First, Middle, Last) Degree Preferred Mailing Address City/State/Zip Country Area Code / Daytime Phone Fax Field of Practice Hospital Affiliation E-mail Address Form of Payment o Check enclosed, payable to Regents of the University of California o Charge o Visa o MasterCard o Discover Card Number Name of Cardholder Authorizing Signature Expiration Date Please visit our website for other UCLA CME offerings. http://www.cme.ucla.edu

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