2015 Maryland Chapter Scientific Meeting January 30–31, 2015

American College of Physicians
Fostering Excellence in Internal Medicine
2015
Maryland Chapter
Scientific Meeting
January 30–31, 2015
Turf Valley Resort and Conference Center
Ellicott City, Maryland
EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF CHALLENGING PATIENTS
GOVERNOR’S LETTER
Maryland Chapter
Meeting Highlights:
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ABIM SEP Module
Doctor’s DilemmaTM
Ebola
New Lipid Guidelines
The New Health Care
System, ACOs, and the
New Hospital Waiver
GI and Pulmonary Updates
Managing Behavioral Issues
in Dementia
The New Preoperative
Guidelines
Gout Update
Awards Presentations
Dear Colleague,
I invite you to join me and your colleagues in
internal medicine at the next scientific meeting
of the Maryland Chapter of the American
College of Physicians, being held January 30–31,
2015 at the Turf Valley Resort and Conference
Center in Ellicott City.
This meeting is not just for ACP members. I
particularly want to invite nonmembers to join
us for this important clinical update and to
learn about the benefits of membership at the
same time.
In addition to earning up to 14 CME credits,
by attending this meeting you will:
• Gain insight into recent medical advances.
• Discuss local and national issues affecting the
practice and teaching of internal medicine.
• Greet old friends, meet new friends, and
develop a network of colleagues in your area.
Between scientific sessions, please visit the
College table. You will find information on new
ACP programs, products, and services. There’s
always something new at the College table—
stop by and see for yourself.
To ensure your place at this invaluable meeting,
complete the registration form at the back of
this brochure and send it in today. The opportunities available at this meeting will help you
meet not only your needs as a physician, but
also the needs of the patients you serve.
This educational activity
I look forward to seeing you in Ellicott City.
has been designated for
Sincerely,
up to 14 CME credits.
Stephen D. Sisson, MD, FACP
ACP Governor, Maryland Chapter
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Friday, January 30, 2015
Saturday, January 31, 2015
11:30 a.m. Reception and Registration
11:35
Welcoming Remarks
Stephen D. Sisson, MD,
FACP
Moderator:
Stephen D. Sisson, MD,
FACP
11:45
New Lipid Guidelines: Point and
Counterpoint
Roberto M. Benitez, MD
Michael Miller, MD, FACC,
FAHA
1:00 p.m. Treatments and Updates for Your
Diabetic Patients
Thomas W. Donner, MD
1:40
Updates in Hospital Medicine and
Memorable Cases
Leonard S. Feldman, MD,
FACP
2:20
Maryland Update on the New Health
Care System, ACOs, and the New
Hospital Waiver
John M. Colmers, MPH
3:00
Break
Visit the College display and
exhibits
3:15
Renal Update
Derek M. Fine, MD
Moderator:
Robert P. Ferguson, MD,
MACP
3:55
Geriatrics: Office Care of the
Elderly–Pearls and Pitfalls
Colleen Christmas, MD,
FACP
4:35
Pulmonary Update
Albert J. Polito, MD
5:15
GI Update
Niraj D. Jani, MD
6:00
Reception
Awards Presentations:
Theodore E. Woodward
Award for Medical Education
Samuel P. Asper Award
for Excellence in Internal
Medicine
Mary Betty Stevens Award
for Clinical Research
Philip Mackowiak Student
Achievement Award
Hospitalist Award
Early Career Physician
Service Award
7:30 a.m.
Continental Breakfast
Advancement to Fellowship
Breakfast
Stephen D. Sisson, MD,
FACP
R. Dobbin Chow, MD,
MBA, MACP
Moderator:
Ali J. Afrookteh, MD, FACP
8:00
Melanomas and Other ScaryLooking Lesions
Mark H. Lowitt, MD,
FAAD
8:40
2015 Maryland ACP Resident
Meeting
First Place: Poster Research
Presentation
Impact of a Social Home Visit
on High-Utilizing Patients in
a Residency Continuity Clinic
Stephanie Nothelle, MD
First Place: Clinical Vignette Poster
Presentation
Scurvy–No Longer a Sailor’s
Tale
Noelia Rodriguez, MD
9:00
Iron Deficiency Anemia
Satish P. Shanbag, MD
9:40
Managing Behavioral Issues in
Dementia
Abhay R. Moghekar, MBBS
10:20
Break
Moderator:
Sapna P. Kuehl, MD, FACP
10:30
The Ebola Virus: Past, Present,
and Future
Kirsten E. Lyke, MD
11:10
The New Preoperative Guidelines
Stephen D. Sisson, MD,
FACP
12:15 p.m. Buffet Lunch
Moderator:
Janaki Deepak, MD, FACP
1:00–4:30 Doctor’s DilemmaTM for Residents
1:00–5:15 Two Maintenance of Certification
ABIM SEP Modules
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O N
Faculty
Ali J. Afrookteh, MD, FACP, Co-Chair,
ACP Maryland Chapter Program
Committee; Private Practice, Frederick
Roberto M. Benitez, MD, Professor
of Medicine, Director of Cardiology
Fellowship Program, University of
Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore
R. Dobbin Chow, MD, MBA,
MACP, Past Governor, ACP Maryland
Chapter; Program Director, Residency
Training Program, University of
Maryland School of Medicine,
Midtown Campus, Baltimore
Colleen Christmas, MD, FACP,
Director Residency Program, Internal
Medicine, Johns Hopkins Bayview
Medical Center, Associate Professor of
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore
John M. Colmers, MPH,
Vice President for Health Care
Transformation and Strategic
Planning, Johns Hopkins Medicine;
Former Secretary DHMH, Baltimore
Janaki Deepak, MBBS, FACP,
Chair, IMG Committee; Assistant
Professor, Department of Pulmonary
and Critical Care Medicine, University
of Maryland School of Medicine,
Baltimore
Thomas W. Donner, MD, Associate
Professor of Medicine, Director,
Johns Hopkins Diabetes Center,
Johns Hopkins University School
of Medicine, Baltimore
Leonard S. Feldman, MD, FACP,
Associate Professor of Medicine
and Pediatrics, Program Director,
Combined Internal MedicinePediatrics Urban Health Residency
Program, Track Director, Osler Urban
Health Internal Medicine Primary
Care Leadership Track, Associate
Program Director, Osler Medical
Residency; Director, Comprehensive
General Medicine Consult Services,
Johns Hopkins University School
of Medicine, Baltimore
Robert P. Ferguson, MD, MACP,
Clinical Professor, University of
Maryland School of Medicine,
Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins
University School of Medicine; Staff
Member, Department of Medicine,
Greater Baltimore Medical Center,
Baltimore
Derek M. Fine, MD, Director,
Nephrology Fellowship Program,
Associate Professor of Medicine,
Johns Hopkins University School
of Medicine, Baltimore
Niraj D. Jani, MD, Chief Division
of Gastroenterology, Kroh Center
for Digestive Disorders, Greater
Baltimore Medical Center, Towson
Sapna P. Kuehl, MD, FACP,
Program Director, Department
of Internal Medicine, St. Agnes
Hospital; Clinical Assistant
Professor, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Mark H. Lowitt, MD, FAAD,
Private Practice, Dermatology,
Greater Baltimore Medical Center;
Clinical Associate Professor of
Dermatology, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Kirsten E. Lyke, MD, Associate
Professor of Medicine, Head,
Immunoparasitology Unit, Division
of Geographic Medicine, Center
for Vaccine Development, University
of Maryland School of Medicine,
Baltimore
Michael Miller, MD, FACC, FAHA,
Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine,
Epidemiology and Public Health,
Director, Center for Preventive
Cardiology, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Abhay R. Moghekar, MBBS,
Assistant Professor of Neurology,
Director, Adult Hydrocephalus and
CSF Disorders Program, Department of
Neurology, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O N
Stephanie Nothelle, MD, Resident
Presenter, Johns Hopkins Bayview
Medical Center, Baltimore
Program Committee
Albert J. Polito, MD, Chief, Division
of Pulmonary Medicine, Medical
Director, The Lung Center at Mercy,
Mercy Medical Center; Assistant
Professor of Medicine (part-time
faculty), Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Stephen D. Sisson, MD, FACP,
Co-Chair
Noelia Rodriguez, MD, Resident
Presenter, St. Agnes Medical Center,
Baltimore
Ali J. Afrookteh, MD, FACP, Co-Chair
R. Dobbin Chow, MD, MBA, MACP
Janaki Deepak, MBBS, FACP
Sanjay Desai, MD, FACP
Robert P. Ferguson, MD, MACP
April S. Fitzgerald, MD, FACP
Mangla S. Gulati, MD, FACP
Marc C. Hochberg, MD, FACP
Satish P. Shanbag, MBBS, Assistant
Professor of Medicine, Assistant
Professor of Oncology, Clinical
Director, Hematology, Johns Hopkins
Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore
Steven J. Kravet, MD, MBA, FACP
Sapna P. Kuehl, MD, FACP
Philip A. Mackowiak, MD, MACP
Maria del Pilar Morales, MD
Stephen D. Sisson, MD, FACP,
Governor, ACP Maryland Chapter;
Co-Chair, ACP Maryland Chapter
Program Committee; Executive
Director, Ambulatory Services,
Department of Medicine, Associate
Professor, Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Mary M. Newman, MD, FACP
Saba S. Sheikh, MD, FACP
Harold C. Standiford, MD, MACP
Richard B. Williams III, MD, FACP
If you are interested in becoming a member
of the College, please contact the Customer
Service Department at 800-523-1546,
ext. 2600, or 215-351-2600 (M–F,
9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET).
Attendance at chapter meetings can help
all ACP members meet the qualifications
for advancement to Fellowship. It is
especially important for those applying
under the pathway that calls for 5 years
of activity as a Member.
POST-COURSE: ABIM SEP
MODULES SESSION FOR
MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION
January 31, 2015
SEP CME Accreditation
1:00 p.m. 2014 Update in Hospital-Based
Internal Medicine
Mangla S. Gulati, MD,
FACP, SFHM
Ada I. Offurum, MD
3:00
Break
3:15
2014 Update in Internal Medicine
Sapna P. Kuehl, MD, FACP
David S. Weisman, DO, FACP
The American College of Physicians
is accredited by the Accreditation
Council for Continuing Medical
Education (ACCME) to provide
continuing medical education for
physicians.
The American College of Physicians
designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1
Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim
only the credit commensurate with
the extent of their participation
in the activity.
SEP Faculty
Mangla S. Gulati, MD, FACP,
SFHM, Assistant Chief Medical
Officer, Assistant Professor of
Medicine, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Sapna P. Kuehl, MD, FACP,
Program Director, Department
of Internal Medicine, St. Agnes
Hospital; Clinical Assistant
Professor, University of Maryland
School of Medicine, Baltimore
Ada I. Offurum, MD, Assistant
Professor of Medicine, University
of Maryland School of Medicine,
Baltimore
David S. Weisman, DO, FACP,
Associate Program Director, MedStar
Union Memorial/Good Samaritan
Hospital, Baltimore
SEP Learning Objectives
• Participate in group discussion to
determine answers to multiplechoice questions.
• Apply updated knowledge of internal medicine to clinical practice.
• Understand recent advances in
internal medicine.
• Complete an ABIM SEP Module
toward partial fulfillment of the
ABIM’s Maintenance of
Certification.
Who Should Attend the
SEP Post-Course?
• Internists participating in
the ABIM Maintenance of
Certification Program
• General internists
• Family practitioners
• Subspecialty physicians
SEP Note
The Maryland Chapter will provide
you with a learner’s copy of the ABIM
module(s) at the meeting. If you are
enrolled in the ABIM’s Maintenance
of Certification program, you also
must order the module* directly from
the ABIM by visiting www.abim.org/
online. After the Learning Session,
submit your answers online to the
ABIM for Maintenance of Certification
credit. For more information about
the ABIM’s Maintenance of
Certification program, visit
www.abim.org/moc or call ABIM
at 800-441-ABIM (2246).
*If you are already enrolled in the ABIM
Maintenance of Certification program,
there is no additional fee for this official
version of the module. If you are not
enrolled, you may attend the Learning
Session; however, you must enroll before
receiving Maintenance of Certification
points for the knowledge module. To
enroll, visit www.abim.org/online.
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O N
Resident/Fellow Members’
Activities
Who Should Attend
The chapter will be holding an Iron
Med Competition for Residents. This
interactive program allows residents
to test their medical skills and will be
held from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. on
Saturday. Residents are encouraged
to participate to test their medical
skills. Prizes will be awarded during
the Doctor’s Dilemma™ competition
on Saturday afternoon.
• General internists
• Subspecialty internists
• Family practitioners
• Fellows in subspecialty training
• Hospitalists
• Allied health practitioners
• Residents (internists in training)
• Medical students interested in
internal medicine
Chapter Awards
Learning Objectives
It is with distinct pleasure that
the Maryland Chapter presents
chapter members with the Theodore
E. Woodward Award for Medical
Education and Research, the Samuel
P. Asper Award for Excellence in
Internal Medicine, the Mary Betty
Stevens Award for Clinical Research,
the Philip Mackowiak Award for
Student Achievements, the Hospitalist
Excellence Award and the Early Career
Physician Service Award. These
members have rendered distinguished
service to the chapter and community
and upheld the high ideals and professional standards for which the College
is known. The awards will be presented
at the reception on Friday evening.
At the conclusion of this activity,
the participant will be able to:
• Apply updated knowledge of new
lipid guidelines, geriatrics in the
primary care office, and renal,
pulmonary, and GI updates to
clinical practice.
• Improve clinical practice by incorporating major new developments
in diabetes, iron deficiency anemia,
and preoperative guidelines.
• Understand recent advances in
care of melanoma, dementia
patients, and Ebola virus in
clinical problem solving.
• Understand political advocacy
and reform through the session
on Maryland Update on the
New Health Care System.
Evergreen Award
The Evergreen Program was created
in 1993 by the College to recognize
and reward outstanding chapter efforts.
The Evergreen Program provides visibility to those chapters that have been
successful in implementing programs
that increase member communication
and involvement.
Each year all chapters are invited to
nominate their own programs and to
provide details on the goals of the
program, how it was implemented,
and what the results were. The Chapter
Subcommittee has the difficult task
of selecting a small group of chapters,
which are recognized nationally and
locally for their achievements.
We are excited to announce the 2014
Evergreen Award will be presented
to our chapter for “The Maryland
Chapter Medical Student Committee:
Creating a Legacy of Medical Student
Leadership Development program”
during the Friday reception.
CME Accreditation
The American College of Physicians
is accredited by the Accreditation
Council for Continuing Medical
Education (ACCME) to provide
continuing medical education
for physicians.
The American College of Physicians
designates this live activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1
Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim
only the credit commensurate with
the extent of their participation
in the activity.
M E E T I N G I N F O R M AT I O N
Hotel Accommodations
Directions
We have reserved a block of rooms at
the following rates until December 31,
2014. When making your reservation,
be sure to mention that you will be
attending the ACP Maryland
Chapter meeting.
Golf View/Two Queens: $114
Executive King: $134
Turf Valley Resort and
Conference Center
2700 Turf Valley Road
Ellicott City, MD 21042
There are a limited number of rooms,
and the rooms are available on a
first-come, first-served basis, so make
your reservation as early as possible
by calling the hotel directly at
410-465-1500.
From Baltimore:
• Take the Baltimore Beltway I-695
to I-70 (Exit 16).
• Go west toward Frederick on I-70
to Exit 83, Marriottsville Road.
• At the top of the ramp, make a left
on Marriottsville Road.
• At the first traffic signal, make a
left onto Route 40 East (toward
Baltimore).
• Go 7/10 mile and turn left onto
Turf Valley Road.
• Follow signs to the Resort and
Conference Center (entrance on
the left).
From West:
• Take I-70 East toward Baltimore.
• Take Exit 82, Route 40 East toward
Ellicott City.
• Continue on Route 40 East through
the light at Marriottsville Road.
• Continue another 7/10 mile past
light and turn left onto Turf Valley
Road.
• Follow signs to the Resort and
Conference Center.
HOW
TO
REGISTER
• If you need more information on the
meeting, please contact Maryellen
Woodward at 410-332-8444 or
[email protected]
• For information on College-related
issues, contact the Maryland Chapter
Governor, Stephen D. Sisson, MD,
FACP, by telephone at 410-955-6738
or e-mail to [email protected]
• To register for the meeting, complete the attached registration form
and return it with your fee made
payable to Maryland ACP to:
ACP Maryland Chapter
Attention: Maryellen Woodward
920 Trinity Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
• To access our online meeting
information or to print another
registration form for a friend or
colleague, go to www.acponline.org/
meetings/chapter.
• To take advantage of the reduced
rate for hotel accommodations and
to reserve your hotel room, call
the hotel directly at the number
listed above.
R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M
CMB
American College of Physicians
Maryland Chapter Scientific Meeting
January 30–31, 2015
RM1547
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Check one category that best applies. Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch
on Saturday, attendance at reception for registrant, all scientific sessions and materials,
and CME documentation.
ACP Categories:
❏ ACP Member ............................................................................................................. $80
❏ Resident/Fellow Member (Resident Member) ...................................................... No Fee
❏ Medical Student Member...................................................................................... No Fee
Nonmember Categories:
❏ Nonmember Physician ............................................................................................... $90
❏ Nonmember Resident................................................................................................. $10
❏ Nonmember Medical Student .................................................................................... $10
❏ Nonmember Allied Health Professional..................................................................... $90
SESSION II (Saturday, 1:00–5:15 p.m.)
ABIM SEP-Based Learning for Recertification:
Registration fee for Session II includes learning session and CME documentation.
❏ ACP Member–$50 ❏ Nonmember–$75
Session I–Scientific Session, Friday and Saturday
Session II– SEP-Based Learning: Hospital-Based and
Internal Medicine Updates
$ _______________
$ _______________
GRAND TOTAL $ _______________
Please make your check payable to Maryland ACP and mail to:
ACP Maryland Chapter
Attention: Maryellen Woodward
920 Trinity Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Questions? Please email Maryellen at
[email protected] or call 410-332-8444.
❏ We encourage participation by all individuals. Check here if you are disabled and
require assistance. Advance notification is essential in order for us to serve you
better. Please notify the Maryland Chapter in writing at least 30 days before your
course. We’ll be glad to help.
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