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SAVE $150!
Register by February 25, 2015
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Workshop on Perinatal
Practice Strategies
Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
and the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics
The Best Pediatric CME/CPD* For The Best Pediatric Care
The Self-Assessment portion of this course is approved through
the AAP MOC Portfolio Program for 10 points by the American
Board of Pediatrics for MOC Part 2.
Register Online www.aap.org/livecme Call Toll-Free 866/THE-AAP1 (866/843-2271)
Earn a Maximum of 17.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
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March 27-29, 2015
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Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies
PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
ELECTRONIC COURSE SYLLABUS
The Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies seeks to:
In order to provide high quality images and graphics, and
in the spirit of going green, the syllabus for the Workshop
on Perinatal Practice Strategies will be available to all
attendees only online for download in advance of the course.
• Empower leadership
• Provide a forum for networking
• Guide change
PLEASE NOTE:
• Encourage quality
• Promote advocacy
YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE WORKSHOP IF YOU
ARE A(N)…
• Advanced practitioner
Educational sessions at this activity are for registered
attendees only. To maximize the educational experience,
we ask that all attendees minimize distractions in
educational session rooms.
EXPANDED EMPHASIS ON LEADERSHIP –
EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE, ALL THE TIME
•Trainee
• Neonatologist, medical director, program director,
division chief, or department chair
• Any pediatric professional that cares for the fetus
and newborn
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The AAP gratefully acknowledges support for this workshop
in the form of educational grants from Abbott Nutrition and
Mead Johnson Nutrition.
Neonatologists, even those who are not in formal leadership
positions, must have leadership skills to provide care as
part of a medical team. Organizations, from local hospitals
to state and national bodies such as the AAP Section on
Perinatal Pediatrics and the AAP, also need skilled leadership.
These skills are not typically a point of emphasis during
training or at medical conferences. A major goal of this
workshop will be to provide a variety of opportunities
for attendees to enhance their leadership skills, thereby
assuring that we continue a strong tradition of leadership
in our profession.
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REGISTER USING ONE OF
THE FOLLOWING OPTIONS:
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Outside the United States and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3
REGISTRATION
REGISTRANT TYPE/FEES U.S. Currency
Using your Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or
Discover, you can register online at www.aap.org/livecme,
or call toll-free 866/843-2271. Outside the United States
and Canada, call 847/434-4000, option 3.
Register by February 25, 2015 for Early Bird Rates.
Please have your credit card and concurrent session
selections ready prior to calling. If your membership status
has changed or lapsed, the registration staff will charge the
appropriate fees accordingly.
Educational sessions as well as food and beverages provided
during the course are intended for course attendees only.
Lodging and meals, other than specified, are not included
in the registration fee.
Onsite registrants are welcome if space is available.
Availability of course materials cannot be guaranteed
for these registrants, however, until after the course.
Early Bird Rates Full Rates
AAP Perinatal Section Member................$545.................... $695
AAP Fellows/Candidate Members/
International Members (Section
Nonmembers)............................................$575.................... $725
AAP Resident Members............................$299.................... $299
AAP Post-Residency Training Members...$299.................... $299
Nonmember Physicians.............................$720.................... $870
Nonmember Residents..............................$645.................... $645
Nurse Practitioners....................................$490.................... $640
Physician Assistants..................................$490.................... $640
Allied Health Professionals.......................$490.................... $640
Optional Coding Seminar..........................$245.................... $295
Fees subject to change without notice.
Special Features
FEATURED SPEAKER
NEW FOR 2015! EARN MOC PART 2 POINTS!
L. Joseph Butterfield Lecture
• Register to attend the 2015 Workshop on Perinatal
Practice Strategies.
EVIDENCE-BASED PARENT
COUNSELING AND INTENSIVE
CARE FOR EXTREMELY
PREMATURE INFANTS
Jon Edward Tyson, MD, MPH, FAAP
Dr. Tyson is the Michelle Bain
Distinguished Professor of Medicine and
Public Health, Professor of Pediatrics
and Obstetrics, and Director of the Center for Clinical
Research and Evidence-Based Medicine at University of
Texas Health Science Center at Houston. His career has
been devoted to advancing the methods of clinical research,
promoting evidence-based ethics and conducting comparative
effectiveness research, particularly within the National
Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal
Research Network.
SPECIAL CODING SEMINAR
This seminar is designed to instruct neonatologists about
CPT codes and how they are used in daily practice. It will
update participants on the new changes in CPT and ICD-10
codes as they apply to neonatology. Application of codes
to various patient conditions and situations will be explored
using audience response system (ARS) technology. Discussion
will include recommendations from the audience on the
needs and limitations of the current codes. Please indicate on
your registration form if you would like to participate in this
optional educational opportunity.
EXTENDED CODING SEMINAR FOR CODING
AND BILLING PROFESSIONALS
Please join Drs. Ed Liechty and David Kanter from the Perinatal
Section Coding Committee immediately after lunch on Friday
for an afternoon discussion exclusively devoted to issues and
concerns relevant to your practices, such as:
• Role of diagnostic coding for hospital reimbursement:
APR-DRGs
• ICD-10 and 2015 CPT update relevant to Neonatologists
• Role of Hospital Care vs. Well-Baby care coding in normal
newborn nursery
• Focus on copy functionality in hospital-based EHR
• Unique coding scenarios when transferring patients: to
lesser levels of care; to other groups; to other hospitals.
• Delivery room coding: attendance and procedures
• Transport coding: supervision and attendance
• Intensive vs. Critical care coding in NICU
• Working with nurse practitioners
• Using physician documentation to support proper coding
• Complete the online, pre-course self-assessment.
• Attend the 2015 Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies.
• Complete the online, post-course self-assessment with
a minimum passing score of 80%.
• The pre- and post-course self-assessments are a bonus
to registered course attendees to enhance the learning
experience at the live activity and provide 10 ABP MOC
Part 2 points in addition to the CME credit earned by
attending the course.
Note: You are not eligible to claim MOC Part 2 credit for this
course-related self-assessment, if you have received MOC Part
2 credit for completing the 2011 AAP NeoReviewsPlus SelfAssessment or for completing the course-related self-assessment
at 2014 AAP NeoPREP course in San Diego, California.
WELCOME RECEPTION
Network with faculty and colleagues to share ideas and
discuss practice issues in an informal setting.
Welcome Reception supported by Abbott Nutrition.
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS (AAP)
The AAP is an organization of 62,000 primary care
pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric
surgical subspecialists committed to the attainment of
optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being
for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
SECTION ON PERINATAL PEDIATRICS
Membership in the Section on Perinatal Pediatrics is
open to Fellows of the AAP who have an interest in
perinatal medicine. As the AAP home for neonatologists
and other Fellows with this interest, the Section presents
two educational offerings each year. At the National
Conference and Exhibition, the Section presents a 3-day
program highlighting current research (through its abstract
presentations and awards) and current clinically related
topics. The focus of the spring workshop is “how to get the
job done and evaluate the outcomes,” i.e., the organization
of academic, private, or hospital-based practices to carry out
effectively the practice missions of clinical care, education,
administration, and research.
The Section Executive Committee is comprised of
representatives from each of the 10 districts of the AAP.
The Executive Committee meets twice a year in association
with the previously noted meetings and directs the overall
activities within the Section. The Committee on the Fetus
and Newborn (COFN) maintains a close relationship with
the Section, allowing members to communicate with COFN
as they prepare policies and guidelines regarding neonatal/
perinatal medicine. The Section actively collaborates with
other AAP sections and committees and has liaisons with
other organizations dedicated to improved perinatal health.
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Schedule
Friday, March 27, 2015
2:00-2:50pm
The Mathematics of Morality in the NICU
William Meadow, MD
CODING SEMINAR (OPTIONAL)
2:50-3:20pm
Break/Visit the Exhibits
Additional Registration Fee – See Page 2
3:20-4:00pm
Washington Update
Mark Del Monte, JD
4:00-4:45pm
ord Clamping Timing – Is Delay
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the Standard of Care?
Tonse N. K. Raju, MD, DCH, FAAP
4:45-5:00pm
Question-and-Answer Session
5:00-5:30pm
Town Hall Meeting
AAP President-Elect
5:30pm
Adjourn for the Day
6:15-7:15pm
Welcome Reception
Supported by Abbott Nutrition
7:00-8:00am
Registration/Continental Breakfast
7:30-10:00am
Coding Seminar
Stephen A. Pearlman, MD, FAAP
Richard A. Molteni, MD, FAAP
Gilbert I. Martin, MD, FAAP
Section on Perinatal Pediatrics
Coding Committee
This 4 1/2 hour session will update the
audience in changes in neonatal coding
practices, using didactic presentations and
clinical scenarios. Because of the upcoming
changes, appropriate coding as per ICD10 will be discussed for each scenario.
There will be time for questions and
discussion with audience participation.
10:00-10:15am Break
10:15am-12:15pm Coding Seminar (continued)
12:15pm
Boxed Lunch
1:00-3:00pm
E xtended Coding Seminar for Coding
and Billing Professionals*
Please join Drs. Ed Liechty and David Kanter
from the Perinatal Section Coding Committee
immediately after lunch for an afternoon
discussion exclusively devoted to issues and
concerns relevant to your practices.
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WORKSHOP EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS
7:00am-5:30pm AAP Registration Desk Open
1:00-1:10pm
Welcome and Introduction
Howard Kilbride, MD, FAAP, Course Director
Renate D. Savich, MD, FAAP
1:10-2:00pm
L. Joseph Butterfield Lecture
E vidence-Based Parent Counseling
and Intensive Care for Extremely
Premature Infants
Jon Edward Tyson, MD, MPH, FAAP
Joe Butterfield was an expert in coordinating
the expertise and energies of his colleagues
and predecessors while applying his own
leadership skills to create new and effective
strategies and solutions. His leadership resulted
in the implementation of systems for health
care education and health care delivery that
saved many lives and improved the well-being
of millions. The neonatal intensive care unit
involves the efforts of a broad, multidisciplinary
team of people. The 17th offering of this lecture
will discuss how to use available evidence to
guide parental counseling and provision of care
for extremely preterm infants.
The Butterfield Lecture is supported by an
endowment from Abbott Nutrition.
Maximum CME Credits for Coding Seminar: 4.50
Maximum CME Credits for Friday’s Workshop
Educational Sessions: 4.00
Maximum CME Credits for Friday: 8.50
Saturday, March 28, 2015
7:00-8:00am
egistration/Continental Breakfast/
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Visit the Exhibits
8:00-8:30am
OPPe “Perinatal Section at Work”*
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Renate D. Savich, MD, FAAP
8:30-8:45am
T rainee and Early Career Neonatologists
Group (TECaN) Report*
8:45-9:00am
Break/Visit the Exhibits
9:00-10:00am
Concurrent Sessions
(E) Early Career Focus; (C) Clinical Focus;
(M) Management Focus
A1 A
dvanced Neonatal High Fidelity Simulation –
Not Your Mother’s NRP Sessions (C)
(Note: 2-hour session, this session ends at 11:15am)
Renate D. Savich, MD, FAAP
Joseph Livingston, MD, FAAP
Lisa Grisham, MS, NP
A2 N
IH Grant Writing (E)
Tonse N. K. Raju, MD, DCH, FAAP
A3 T hey Can Handle the Truth: Disclosure
of Medical Errors (C, M)
Stephen A. Pearlman, MD, FAAP
A4 N
ICU Budgets 101 – Beginner (E, M)
Richard A. Molteni, MD, FAAP
A5 Advocacy Tutorial (C, M)
Mark Del Monte, JD
A6 H
ow to Use Evidence to Guide Clinical Practice (C)
Roger F. Soll, MD
*Please note: These presentations are not designated
for CME credit.
Schedule
10:00-10:15am Break/Visit the Exhibits
1:30-4:00pm
D14 Q
uality Improvement for the Neonatologist:
What’s in Your Toolbox?
Stephen A. Pearlman, MD, FAAP
10:15-11:15am Concurrent Sessions
(E) Early Career Focus; (C) Clinical Focus;
(M) Management Focus
D15 T he Truth About Leadership
Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD
A1 A
dvanced Neonatal High Fidelity Simulation –
Not Your Mother’s NRP Sessions (C)
(Continued from 9:00am sessions)
Renate D. Savich, MD, FAAP
Joseph Livingston, MD, FAAP
Lisa Grisham, MS, NP
B7 G
etting Involved in International Health (C, E)
Carl L. Bose, MD, FAAP
B8 C
ost/Benefit Calculations of NICU Care (C, M)
William Meadow, MD
B9 S
trength Up the Middle: Leading From
the Center (E, M)
Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD
B10 S
ocial Media (C, M)
Gina Trachimowicz, MD
B11The Microbiome in Health and Disease –
Why All the Hype? (C)
Erika C. Claud, MD
11:15-11:30am Break/Visit the Exhibits
11:30am-12:30pm Concurrent Sessions
(E) Early Career Focus; (C) Clinical Focus;
(M) Management Focus
C3 T hey Can Handle the Truth: Disclosure
of Medical Errors (C, M)
Stephen A. Pearlman, MD, FAAP
C6 How to Use Evidence to Guide Clinical Practice (C)
Roger F. Soll, MD
Half-Day Seminars (optional)
1:30-2:45pm Part 1: The Truth About Leadership
Designed for all attendees
2:45-4:00pm P
art 2: The Truth About Leadership:
TeCAN Rules
Designed for early career neonatologists
4:00pm
Adjourn for the Day
Maximum CME Credits for Saturday (without
attendance at OPTIONAL half-day seminars): 3.00
Maximum CME Credits for Saturday (with
attendance at OPTIONAL half-day seminars): 5.50
Sunday, March 29, 2015
7:00-8:00am
egistration/Continental Breakfast/
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Visit the Exhibits
8:00-9:15am
ommittee on Fetus and Newborn Report
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Kristi L. Watterberg, MD
9:15-9:45am
eta-Analysis of RCTs: How Valid
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is the Evidence?
John A. F. Zupancic, MD, ScD, FAAP
9:45-10:00am
Break
10:00-11:20am C
linical Implications of the
Microbiome – Is it Time for Probiotics?
C8 C
ost/Benefit Calculations of NICU Care (C, M)
William Meadow, MD
ro
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Roger F. Soll, MD
C11The Microbiome in Health and Disease –
Why All the Hype? (C)
Erika C. Claud, MD
Con
Erika C. Claud, MD
11:20-11:55am Update on Audience Attitudes (ARS)
John V. Hartline, MD, FAAP
C12 N
ICU Budgets 201 - Advanced (M)
Richard A. Molteni, MD, FAAP
11:55am-12:00pm Closing Remarks
Howard Kilbride, MD, FAAP, Course Director
C13 N
eonatology Job Search: How to Approach
and What to Expect (E)
Dmitry Dukhovny, MD, MPH, FAAP
12:00pm
12:30-1:30pm
Lunch
Supported by Mead Johnson Nutrition
Course Adjourns
Maximum CME Credits for Sunday: 3.75
Maximum AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
for Workshop: 17.75
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Planning Group and Faculty
2015 PLANNING GROUP
Howard Kilbride, MD, FAAP,
Chair
Kansas City, Missouri
Robert D. White, MD, FAAP
Past Chair
South Bend, Indiana
Krithika Lingappan, MD, FAAP
Houston, Texas
Richard J. Powers, MD, FAAP
San Jose, California
Scott Alan Snyder, MD, FAAP
Boise, Idaho
Clara H. Song, MD, FAAP
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Cherrie Dawn Welch, MD,
MPH, FAAP
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Carl L. Bose, MD, FAAP
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Stephen A. Pearlman, MD, FAAP
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Erika C. Claud, MD
Chicago, Illinois
Tonse N. K. Raju, MD, DCH, FAAP
Bethesda, Maryland
Mark Del Monte, JD
Washington, DC
Renate D. Savich, MD, FAAP
Jackson, Mississippi
Dmitry Dukhovny, MD, MPH, FAAP
Portland, Oregon
Kenneth M. Slaw, PhD
Elk Grove Village, Illinois
Lisa Grisham, MS, NP
Tucson, Arizona
Roger F. Soll, MD
Burlington, Vermont
John V. Hartline, MD, FAAP
Madison, Wisconsin
Joseph Livingston, MD, FAAP
Tucson, Arizona
Gina Trachimowicz, MD
Princeton, Massachusetts
Jon Edward Tyson, MD, MPH, FAAP
Houston, Texas
Gilbert I. Martin, MD, FAAP
Loma Linda, California
Kristi L. Watterberg, MD, FAAP
Albuquerque, New Mexico
William Meadow, MD
Chicago, Illinois
John A. F. Zupancic, MD, ScD, FAAP
Boston, Massachusetts
Richard A. Molteni, MD, FAAP
Philipsburg, Montana
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CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CREDIT
SCHEDULE AND FACULTY
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is accredited by
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
(ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Because we are always striving to improve the quality of
your educational experience, schedules are subject to change.
The AAP may substitute faculty with comparable expertise on
rare occasions necessitated by illness or scheduling conflicts.
Please visit www.aap.org/livecme for schedule, faculty and
session updates.
The AAP designates this live activity for a maximum of 17.75
AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only
the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation
in the activity.
This activity is acceptable for a maximum of 17.75 AAP credits.
These credits can be applied toward the AAP CME/CPD Award
available to Fellows and Candidate Members of the AAP.
The American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) accepts
certificates of participation for educational activities certified
for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited
by ACCME. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of
17.75 hours of Category 1 credit for completing this program.
This program is accredited for 17.75 NAPNAP CE contact
hours; pharmacology, psychopharmacology, and controlled
substance contact hours to be determined per the National
Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP)
Continuing Education Guidelines.
DISCLOSURE OF FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND
RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
The AAP Policy on Disclosure of Financial Relationships and
Resolution of Conflicts of Interest is designed to ensure quality,
objective, balanced, and scientifically rigorous AAP CME
activities. All individuals in a position to influence and/or control
the content of AAP CME activities are required to disclose to
the AAP and subsequently to learners that they either have no
relevant financial relationships or any financial relationships
with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) and/or
provider(s) of commercial services discussed in CME activities.
All potential conflicts of interest are identified and resolved prior
to an individual’s confirmation of service at an AAP CME activity.
Beyond disclosure of financial relationships, AAP CME faculty are
required to disclose to the AAP and to learners when they plan to
discuss or demonstrate pharmaceuticals and/or medical devices
and/or medical or surgical procedures that involve “off-label” use
of a device or pharmaceutical. The AAP is committed to providing
learners with commercially unbiased CME activities.
The content of this CME activity does not necessarily reflect the
views or policies of the AAP.
Hotel, Travel, and Registration Information
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
2016 Workshop on
Perinatal Practice Strategies
Scottsdale, Arizona • April 8-10, 2016
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paradise Valley
HOTEL AND TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
GROUND TRANSPORTATION
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton
Paradise Valley - Scottsdale
5401 North Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85250-7090
www.paradisevalley.doubletree.com
Direct Phone Number: 480/947-5400
Toll-Free Phone Number: 800/222-8733
Guest Fax Number: 480/946-1524
The DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Paradise Valley is located
approximately 12 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Airport. For information on shuttle service, contact
SuperShuttle at 800/258-3826 or www.supershuttle.com.
Taxi service is also available.
Special group rates beginning at $219 per night, plus tax,
for single or double occupancy, have been negotiated at the
DoubleTree Resort. These rates represent substantial savings
from published rates. The cutoff date for group rate
reservations is February 27, 2015, but some or all dates in
our discounted room block may become sold-out prior to this
deadline. Call the hotel directly to make your reservations and
be sure to request the AAP Perinatal Workshop group rate.
An Intensive Review and Update of
Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine
Atlanta, Georgia • January 23-29, 2016
Save the Date!
PARKING
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CANCELLATIONS
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to receive a refund. An administrative charge of $50 will
be deducted.
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Scottsdale, Arizona • March 27-29, 2015
Register by February 25, 2015
See page 2 for details.
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton
Paradise Valley – Scottsdale
Workshop on Perinatal
Practice Strategies
Sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
and the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics
The Best Pediatric CME/CPD* For The Best Pediatric Care
The Self-Assessment portion of this course is approved through
the AAP MOC Portfolio Program for 10 points by the American
Board of Pediatrics for MOC Part 2.
*Continuing Professional Development
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