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Rocky Mountain Hospital Medicine Symposium

  1. 1. 10ANNUAL TH September 27-28, 2012 Colorado Convention Center Pre-Program - September 26, 2012 • Medical Procedures Course • ABIM Maintenance of Certification Courses • Palliative Care Symposium - 2012 Update in Internal Medicine • ACLS Recertification Course - 2012 Update in Hospital Medicine - 2012 Update in Critical Care Medicine - Hospital QI & Patient Safety MKM II Accredited by ACCME, ACPE, ANCC Leader’s lunch Speakers Shaun Frost, MD Caryl Goodyear-Bruch, Kathryn Schultz, PharmD President, Society of RN, PhD President Elect, American Hospital Medicine Past President, American Society of Health-System Association of Critical- Pharmacists Care Nurses Keynote Speakers Eric A. Coleman, MD Rusty HOLMAN, MD Richard D. Krugman, MD Paul F. Levy Jointly Sponsored by Head, Division of Health Chief Clinical Officer Vice Chancellor for Health Former President & CEO Care Policy & Research Cogent HMG, Past President, Affairs, Dean, University of Beth Israel Deaconess University of Colorado Society of Hospital Medicine Colorado School of Medicine Medical Center
  2. 2. SETTING Colorado Convention Center 700 14th Street Denver, CO 80202 PRE-PROGRAM Mile High Ballroom Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Located in the heart of downtown Denver, the Colorado Convention Colorado Convention Center, Rooms 401-404 Center is one of the most practical, user-friendly and technologically advanced meeting facilities ever constructed. It is located within SPACE IS LIMITED - REGISTRATIONS BASED UPON AVAILABILITY easy, safe walking distance of 300 restaurants, nine theatres of the Denver Performing Arts Complex and a wide variety of shopping Medical Procedures Course (7:45am-12:00pm) opportunities. Garage Parking at the Colorado Convention Center Director: Aaron Calderon, MD, FACP is $15 (up to 12hrs). Visit for parking Faculty: Cuong Doan, MD, FACP, Michael J. Fall, DO, Tonya Lundquist, MD, FHM, fees and directions. Michael T. Morton, MD, FACP  Through a combination of both didactic sessions and hands-on training, attendees will learn and Area Attractions & Landmarks practice the most common medical procedures performed in the inpatient setting, including vascu- Cherry Creek Mall, Larimer Square, Denver Pavilions, 16th Street lar access, thoracentesis, paracentesis and lumbar puncture. The use of ultrasound guidance will Mall, Coors Field, Invesco Field, Pepsi Center, Denver Zoo, Museum be reviewed and experienced. A low attendee-to-faculty ratio, simulator models, and cutting-edge of Nature & Science, Denver Center for Performing Arts, Elitch ultrasound machines will be employed to teach proper techniques. Gardens Amusement Park, Children’s Museum of Denver, Denver COST: $395.00. Registration deadline is 9/12/12. Art Museum, Denver Botanic Gardens, Downtown Aquarium, United CME: 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM States Mint Late September is the ideal time for a fall color tour!  Palliative Care Symposium (8:00am-4:00pm) Sleeping Rooms director: Daniel Johnson, MD, FAAHPM A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Faculty: Jeanie Youngwerth, MD Colorado Convention Center, 650 15th Street, Denver, CO, 80202. The Palliative Care Symposium will strengthen participant’s core knowledge and skills when caring The group rate is $159 per night effective for reservations made for seriously ill, hospitalized patients and their families. Nationally recognized educators will lead by August 27th and is available on a first come first served case-based, problem-solving sessions to help participants understand the evidence and apply prac- basis. Call 1-888-421-1442 to make your reservation (be sure to tical pearls to better manage refractory pain, nausea, dyspnea, and agitation. The Symposium will reference the ‘Rocky Mountain Hospital Medicine Symposium’) include a lively pro-con “group debate” to explore the ethical and legal tensions that arise whenOR visit the RMHMS dedicated booking website. You will be able to make, modify and cancel surrogates disagree with previously documented patient care preferences. Finally, interactive,your hotel reservation online. Copy this link into your browser to visit the booking website: hands-on communication workshops will introduce a simple framework for more effective con- versations, with practical exercises to help participants gain comfort and confidence in: managing unrealistic demands for unhelpful treatments; making recommendations around resuscitation; andTransportation introducing palliative care and hospice support.The Colorado Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency Denver are only 23 miles from Denver COST: $189.00. Registration deadline is 9/12/12.International Airport. Super Shuttle, taxi cab or limo service is the best mode of transportation. CME: 7 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTMFor detailed transportation information visit, click on the ‘guestservices’ link to the left and look for the ‘transportation’ link. ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Learning Sessions (7:30am-5:00pm) ACPTARGET AUDIENCE Faculty: Ethan Cumbler, MD, William Janssen, MD, Jonathan Pell, MD, Read Pierce, MD E ACC Sessions cover 4 modules (2012 Update in Internal Medicine, 2012 Update in Hospital Medicine, ME ANC 2012 Update in Critical Care Medicine and Hospital QI & Patient Safety MKM II) and offer up to 40 C points (10 per module) toward MOC and 33 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits total. Save over $200This program is designed to benefit Physicians, Nurses, when you register for all 4 (MOC-4 Pack)!Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants & Clinical Pharmacists Cost: $250.00/module or $795.00 for all 4 modules (MOC 4-Pack). Registration deadline is 9/25/12. MOC: 40 points (10/module) toward the Maintenance of Certification programCourse Description CME: 33 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM for enduring materials (if all 4 modules completed)Program sessions integrate the most current scientific and clinical information and incorporatecase-based learning methods. A discussion period after each presentation will be used to ACLS Recertification (4:00pm-7:00pm)clarify and debate issues. Participants will also have the opportunity to visit industry exhibits. Complete course requirements for the issuance of a course completion card for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS). Course includes the American Heart Association (AHA) HeartCodeLearning Objectives interactive self-directed e-learning program and hands-onThese objectives support medical assessment and management with patient populations for skills check-off at the live event.physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and pharmacists. COST: $295.00. Registration deadline is 9/12/12.• Formulate and integrate an evidence- • Implement optimal team-based CME: 14 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM based approach to key clinical challenges strategies to promote systems changes in hospital medicine. and quality improvement. RMHMS attendance IS NOT required to register for these activities. Pre-Program fees are additional.• Acquire diagnostic and management • Promote successful transitions of care skills relevant to improving the care of to the outpatient care arena. Full program details and schedules are available on the hospitalized patient. the following website under ‘Hospital Medicine’:
  3. 3. PROGRAM AGENDA “If I were to attend one conferenceFlexible Track Format: Choose to attend any session in any track at any given hour.Allows you to develop your own course to fit your individual needs. a year, this would be it!” - Past participant Agenda subject to change. Day 1 Thursday, September 27, 2012 Day 2 Friday, September 28, 2012 7:00-8:15 Registration (breakfast on your own) 7:15-8:10 Registration (breakfast on your own) 8:15-8:30 Opening Remarks & Clinical Overview Jeffrey Glasheen, MD 8:10-8:15 Opening Remarks Jeffrey Glasheen, MD 8:30-9:20 Where You Stand Depends on Where You Sit: Another View of Health Care Reform Richard D. Krugman, MD 8:15-9:10 Getting Impatient About Eliminating Patient Harm Paul F. Levy 9:20-10:10 Improving Quality and Safety During Transitions out of the Hospital Eric A. Coleman, MD 9:10-10:05 Leading A Better Future Together: The Pivotal Role of Front-Line Providers Rusty Holman, MD 10:10-10:30 Break/Exhibits 10:05-10:25 Break/Exhibits 10:30-11:20 The New C. Difficile: Diagnosis, Prevention & Treatment Paul Holtom, MD 10:25-11:20 Update in Hospital Medicine Literature 2012 Melver Anderson, MD 11:20-11:35 Break/Exhibits 11:20-11:35 Break/Exhibits g the Data Driven Practice: Inquiry, The Pharmacy Practice Model atinLEADER’S Accountability and the br Be e st Future of Hospital Medicine Investigation, Innovation Initiative: What it Means to You Cel 11:35-12:25 Shaun Frost, MD CARYL Goodyear-Bruch, RN, PHD Kathryn R. Schultz, PharmD 11:35-12:05 PEAK PER FO S A W A R D RM ERS Peak PerformerS Awards Luncheon are LUNCH President, Society of Hospital Medicine Past President, American Association of President Elect, American Society of Health- Ho in alt hc spit al He Room 1 Critical-Care Nurses Room 2 System Pharmacists Room 3 12:25-12:35 Break/Exhibits 12:05-12:15 Break/Exhibits Dilemmas in Dilemmas in Hospital Perioperative Hospital StrokeTRACKS Hospital NURSING TRACKS Hospital NURSING Medicine Medicine Summit Medicine Summit Medicine Medicine Advanced Issues Acute Stroke: Diagnosis in Perioperative Challenging the Sacred & Management Dilemmas in the Cardiovascular Medicine Dilemmas in Update in Internal Cows: The Evidence When Good Blood Jennifer R. Simpson, MD When Chronic Diagnosis & Management Brian Wolfe, MD the Management of 12:35-1:30 Medicine Literature 2012 Behind Common Nursing 12:15-1:15 Goes Bad Becomes Acute of Acid Base Disorders Managing Perioperative Meningitis & Encephalitis Melver Anderson, MD Practices Kathryn Hassell, MD Acute Stroke: The Role of Laura D. Rosenthal, DNP, ACNP Paula Dennen, MD Pulmonary Hypertension & Paul Holtom, MD Mary Beth Flynn Makic, RN, PhD Stents & Surgery Obstructive Sleep Apnea William Jones, MD Todd Bull, MD 1:30-1:45 Break/Exhibits 1:15-1:30 Break/Exhibits What Now? Perioperative Manage- Risk Stratification & ment of Antithrombotics Nursing Role in Treatment of Diseases Dilemmas in Medical Management Robert Burke, MD The Value of Acute Decompensated Reducing Hospital- of Salt & Water in the Decompensated Dilemmas in Vasculitis After Stroke & TIA 1:45-2:40 Professional Nursing 1:30-2:30 Heart Failure Jennifer R. Simpson, MD Acquired Infections Hospitalized Patient Liver Disease Robert Janson, MD Advanced Issues in Peri- Caryl Goodyear-Bruch, RN, PhD TBD Mary Beth Flynn Makic, RN, PhD Stuart Linas, MD James R. Burton, Jr, MD New Anticoagulants in operative VTE Prevention Stroke Patients Michael-Anthony Williams, MD Michael Faithe, PharmD 2:40-2:55 Break/Exhibits 2:30-2:45 Break/Exhibits Postoperative potpourri Intracranial Hemorrhage: potpourri Pain Management Diagnosis & Management The Growing Epidemic Read Pierce, MD Old School: Dilemmas in Kerry E. Brega, MD Dilemmas in of Multi-Drug Clinical Exam Findings Invasive & Noninvasive The Do’s & Don’ts 2:55-3:50 Critical Care Medicine Giving Effective 2:45-3:45 Resistant Organisms Common Questions That Make the Diagnosis Ventilation of Avoiding Todd Bull, MD Management of Stroke Paul Holtom, MD in Postoperative Feedback to Colleagues Melver Anderson, MD Eric Schmidt, MD Due to Endocarditis Medical Malpractice Bradley A. Sharpe, MD Consultation Dennis Boyle, MD William Jones, MD Joseph Sweigart, MD 3:50-4:00 Break/Exhibits 3:45-3:55 Break/Exhibits Update in Perioperative Using The Neuro Exam To Literature 2012 Non-Evidence Based Diagnose Mimics Dilemmas in Dilemmas in Sepsis Lost In Transition?: Brian Wolfe, MD Medicine 2012: Jennifer R. Simpson, MD Physician-Assisted Death Hyperglycemia Teaching in the Hospital Management The Evolving 4:00-4:55 3:55-4:55 Things to Do Nicole Zehnder, MD Management Mitigating the Risk of Bradley A. Sharpe, MD William Janssen, MD Conundrums in Handoffs Dilemma Differently Tomorrow Michael McDermott, MD Consultative Lawsuits Stroke Care Diana Mancini, MD Chad Stickrath, MD Dennis Boyle, MD Matthew West, MD 4:55-6:30 Reception & Abstract Presentation 4:55 Adjourn
  4. 4. FACULTY James R. Burton, Jr, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Medical Director, Liver Transplantation Michael McDermott, MD Professor of Medicine, Director, Diabetes & Endocrinology Practice, Division of VOTING CLOSES JULY 31ST Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology Endocrinology, Metabolism & DiabetesCourse Director University of Colorado University of ColoradoJeffrey Glasheen, MD, SFHM Aaron J. Calderon, MD, FACP Read Pierce, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine, Director, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine Assistant Professor of Medicine, HospitalHospital Medicine Program, University of Associate Program Director, Internal Medicine Section, University of ColoradoColorado Hospital, University of Colorado Medicine Residency, Founder, Hospital, University of Colorado GME Simulation/Procedural Skills Lab Laura D. Rosenthal, DNP, ACNP Exempla Saint Joseph HospitalVISITING FACULTY University of Colorado Assistant Professor, College of Nursing Assistant Professor, School of MedicineShaun Frost, MD, SFHM, FACP Eric A. Coleman, MD, MPH University of Colorado AnschutzPresident, Society of Hospital Medicine Professor of Medicine, Head, Division Medical CampusChief Medical Officer, Northeast Region of Health Care Policy & Research Eric Schmidt, MDCogent HMG University of Colorado Assistant Professor of Medicine, DivisionCaryl Goodyear-Bruch, RN, Paula Dennen, MD of Pulmonary & Critical Care MedicinePhD, CCRN Assistant Professor of Medicine University of ColoradoDirector, Professional Resources & Nephrology & Critical Care Medicine Jennifer R. Simpson, MDLeadership Development, Children’s Mercy Denver Health & Hospital Authority Assistant Professor of MedicineHospital & Clinics, Kansas City, Missouri University of Colorado Department of NeurologyPast President, American Association of Michael Faithe, PharmD, BCPS University of ColoradoCritical-Care Nurses Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Chad Stickrath, MD Neurosciences, Department of Pharmacy Peak Performers AwardsRusty Holman, MD, MHM Assistant Professor of Medicine, HospitalChief Clinical Officer, Cogent HMG Services, University of Colorado Medicine Service, Denver VA MedicalPast President, Society of Hospital Medicine Kathryn Hassell, MD Center, University of ColoradoPaul Holtom, MD Professor of Medicine, Division of Joseph Sweigart, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine & Hematology, University of Colorado Clinical Instructor, Hospital MedicineOrthopedics, Director, Infectious DiseasesFellowship Program, University of SouthernCalifornia, Keck School of Medicine Robert Janson, MD Associate Professor of Medicine Chief, Rheumatology Section, Denver VA Section, University of Colorado Hospital University of Colorado Vote at Matthew West, MDPaul F. LevyFormer President & CEO Medical Center, University of Colorado William Janssen, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Department of Neurology Cast your vote for the top hospital-based Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Colorado providers in the following areas:Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Michael-Anthony Williams, MDKathryn Schultz, PharmD, Medicine, University of Colorado HospitalMPH, FASHP Consultant Physician University of ColoradoPresident Elect, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Director of Pharmacy, Daniel Johnson, MD, FAAHPM Centura Medical Consultants Brian Wolfe, MD HealthEast Bethesda Hospital Clinical Lead for Palliative Care, Care Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospital Physician Hospitalist Management Institute, Kaiser Permanente ing the B Medicine Section, University of Colorado atBradley A. Sharpe, MD Director, Life Quality Institute Hospital, University of Colorado brAssociate Professor of Medicine, Division ofHospital Medicine, UCSF School of Medicine William Jones, MD Jeanie Youngwerth, MD e Hospital Subspecialists Assistant Professor & Director of Inpatient Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospital Services, Department of Neurology e Medicine Section, Associate Program stMelver Anderson, MD University of Colorado Cel Director, Colorado Palliative MedicineAssistant Professor of Medicine T YO U R AS Fellowship, Director, UCH Palliative Care Hospital-Based NP/PAHead, Hospital Medicine Service, Denver VA Richard D. Krugman, MDMedical Center, University of Colorado Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs Consult Service, University of Colorado C OR M E RS Dean, University of Colorado School Hospital, University of Colorado P E AK P E R F D SDennis Boyle, MD of Medicine Nicole Zehnder, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineAssociate Director, Foundations of Doctoring Stuart Linas, MD Professor of Medicine, Chief of Nephrology Assistant Professor of Medicine, Hospital Medicine Section, University of Colorado ICU Nurse A W A R VOTE!University of Colorado re Denver Health Medical Center Hospital, University of ColoradoKerry E. Brega, MD University of Colorado Med-Surg Ward Nurse caAssociate Professor of Neurosurgery, Co- Ho in lthMedical Director, Stroke Program, University of Mary Beth Flynn Makic, RN, spit al HeaColorado Hospital, University of Colorado PhD, CCNS FACULTY DISCLOSURE: USF Health adheres toTodd Bull, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine, Medical Research Nurse Scientist, Critical Care, University of Colorado Hospital, Assistant Professor Adjoint, University of Colorado the ACCME Standards regarding commercial support of continuing medical education. It is the policy of USF Health that the faculty and Hospital PharmacistDirector, University of Colorado Hospital College of Nursing planning committee disclose real or apparentIntensive Care Unit, Division of Pulmonary & conflicts of interest relating to the topicsCritical Care Medicine, University of Colorado Diana Mancini, MD of this educational activity, that relevant Assistant Professor of Medicine conflict(s) of interest are resolved and alsoRobert E. Burke, MD Hospitalist, Denver Health Medical Center that speakers will disclose any unlabeled/Assistant Professor of Medicine, Director of Associate Program Director, Residency unapproved use of drug(s) or device(s) duringInpatient & Consultative Medicine, Denver VAMedical Center, University of Colorado Training Program in Internal Medicine University of Colorado their presentation. Detailed disclosure will be made in the course syllabus. Winners to be announced atACCREDITATIONPhysicians: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with Pharmacists: The University of South Florida College of Medicine Awards Luncheon on September 28th!the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medi-is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Educa-cal Education through the joint sponsorship of USF Health and CEConsultants. USF tion as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Day 1 of thisHealth is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education forphysicians. knowledge-based program has been approved for 7.25 contact hours (0.725 CEUs). Universal program number for Day 1 is as follows: Questions?: Call 303-933-1767 or USF Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent 0230-9999-12-099-L01-P. Day 2 of this knowledge-based program has been approved for 6.75 contact hours (0.675 CEUs). Universal program email questions@thececonsultants.comof their participation in the activity. number for Day 2 is as follows: 0230-9999-12-091-L01-P. To receive continuing education credit, a pharmacist must attend theNurses: USF Health is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by accredited sessions, actively participate in questions and answers, andthe American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. must return the program evaluation instrument. In order to A maximum of 14 contact hours may be earned by learners who successfully receive full credit, registrants must register no later than Events, activities, programs and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all without regard to race, color, maritalcomplete this continuing nursing education activity. 10 minutes after the start of the meeting and must attend status, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, age, Vietnam or disabled veteran status as provided by law and in the entire meeting. accordance with the university’s respect for personal dignity.Physician AssistantS: The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) ac-cepts AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from organizations accredited by the ACCME. Cover photo courtesy VISIT DENVER, The Convention & Visitors Bureau
  5. 5. Two Ways to Reserve Your Place REGISTRATION HM092712 Register Online. Visit and click on Course Calendar. Search September 2012 for the Rocky Mountain Hospital Medicine Symposium. Detach & Return Form BELOW Optional Pre-Program Activities Wednesday, September 26 Medical Procedures Course Register by 9/12/12 $395.00 Palliative Care Symposium Register by 9/12/12 $189.00 2012 Update in Internal Medicine $250.00 2012 Update in Hospital Medicine $250.00 ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) 2012 Update in Critical Care Medicine $250.00 Hospital QI & Patient Safety MKM II $250.00 Attend all 4 MOC courses to receive a discount. MOC 4-Pack for all 4 modules $795.00 ACLS Recertification Register by 9/12/12 $295.00 Pre-Program TOTAL $ Rocky Mountain Hospital Medicine Symposium Thursday & Friday, September 27-28 Please check a box. Full Conference Single Day If single day option choose which day. 9/27 AND 9/28 9/27 OR 9/28 Early Rate (Before 8/08/12) $279.00 $189.00 r Th 9/27 r Fri 9/28 Standard Rate (After 8/08/12) $299.00 $199.00 r Th 9/27 r Fri 9/28 Walk-in rate (Day of event) $329.00 $229.00 r Th 9/27 r Fri 9/28 RMHMS TOTAL $ $ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE (RMHMS & Pre-Program) $Name (As you would like listed on your CME/CE certificate)Degree (MD, NP, PA, RPh etc.) Specialty (Hospitalist, Internist, Family Practitioner, etc.)AddressCity, State, Zip PhoneEmail (Receipt will be emailed to this address)PAY BY CREDIT CARD: ❒ Visa ❒ MC ❒ Discover ❒ AmEx $Name on card AmountCredit Card Number Expiration Date CVV (3 or 4 digit card security code)Billing Zip Code (if different from above) SignaturePAY BY CHECK: Return form and enclose check payable to CEConsultants, LLC.Mail to: CEConsultants, LLC, 33 Lark Bunting Lane, Littleton, CO 80127 OR Fax: 303-933-1764❒ I have special needs and require accommodation Refund Policy: No refunds for Pre-Program order to fully participate in this activity. Cancellations for the main program received by 8/27/12(Someone will contact you to discuss your needs.) will be refunded less a $50 administrative fee. No refunds after 8/27/12. For more information contact CEConsultants at or call 303-933-1767.