152nd Annual Scientific Meeting

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Wednesday - Saturday,
October 25-28, 2017
Sheraton Detroit Novi


Physicians of all specialties, residents, students, nurses and other health care professionals are invited to join the Michigan State Medical Society Foundation at our 152nd Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) at our new location, the Sheraton Detroit Novi in Novi.

Take this opportunity to collaborate with colleagues, see the latest our medical industry vendors have to offer, and learn about the cutting-edge clinical advances from local and national experts.

 

Registration

To register by phone, fax or mail:

  • Telephone: 517-336-7581
  • Fax Registration Form: 517-336-5797
  • Mail Registration Form: MSMS Foundation, 120 W. Saginaw, East Lansing, MI 48823

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Cancellation Policy:
A 100% refund of course fees will be provided if the MSMS Foundation is notified by September 26, 2017. The $35 registration fee is non-refundable. No refunds will be given after September 26, 2017; however substitutions are always welcome.

 

Tuesday, October 24 Courses

9:00 am to 3:45 pm - Making MACRA Work For You

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Explain an overview of MACRA.
  2. Recognize the differences between MIPS and APMS.
  3. Identify key components of quality measurement.
  4. Explain the important of clinical data registries and how to use data for greater reimbursement.
  5. Summarize available resources.
  6. Describe eligibility requirements for participating in Quality Payment Program.
  7. Identify activities to be successful with Quality Payment Program reporting.

SPEAKERS: 

  • Leland Babitch, MD:   What You Should Know About MACRA
  • Holly Standhardt:   Roadmap for Getting Started
  • Stacey Hettiger:   Aligning Quality Initiatives; Navigating Need to Know Resources
  • Jill Young, CPC, CEDC, CIMC:   The Role of Documentation Under MACRA
  • Dara Barrera:   Technology Survival Tips to Tackle MACRA; Using Qualified Clinical Data Registries to Your Advantage

Wednesday, October 25 Courses

8:00 to 11:30 am - Update on Sports Concussions and Athlete Brain Health

PRESENTED BY:  The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Describe a reasonable clinical approach to baseline testing, diagnosis, and management of concussion and post-concussion syndrome.
  2. Discuss recent research on the potential long-term complications of concussions and repetitive sub-concussive impacts and factor them into patient counseling and education.
  3. Analyze the evidence for rest vs. exercise in the treatment of acute concussions and post-concussion syndrome and incorporate it into clinical practice.
  4. Explain the approach to individual sport neurology case presentations and apply it to future patients seen in clinical practice.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Sean Rose, MD, Director of Clinical Research and Regional Director, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton 

SPEAKERS: 

Sean Rose, MD, Director of Clinical Research and Regional Director, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton

   Research Update: Concussion and Sub-Concussive Impacts in Children

Matthew McCarthy, MD, Sports Neurologist, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton

   Acute Rest and Early Exercise in Sports Concussion

Jeffrey Kutcher, MD, National Director, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton

   Comprehensive Approach to Athlete Brain Health

Sandro Corti, MD, Sports Neurologist, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton

  Sports Neurology Case Presentations 1

Kate Essad, MD, Sports Neurologist, The Sports Neurology Clinic at the CORE Institute, Brighton

   Sports Neurology Case Presentations 2

8:00 to 11:30 am - Dermatology Update

PRESENTED BY: Michigan Dermatological Society (MDS)

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify best practices in biosimilar therapy management.
  2. Describe updates in teledermatology.
  3. Describe best practices in treating venous ulcers.

COURSE CO-DIRECTORS: Alice Watson, MD, Chair, MDS CME Committee, Ann Arbor; Steve Daveluy, MD, MDS CME Committee, Detroit; and Kelly Harms, MD, MDS CME Committee, Ann Arbor. 

SPEAKERS:

Alice Watson, MD, Chair, MDS CME Committee

   Biosimilars Management Considerations: What Do You Know, What Would You Do

Trilokraj Tejasvi, MD, Director, Teledermatology Services and Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology, Michigan Medicine

   The Teledermatology Train is Here- Welcome on Board!

Steven Wang, MD, Interventional Radiologist/Phlebologist, Miller Vein

   Venous Ulcers: The Realities, the Myths, and the In-Between 

8:00 to 11:30 am - Health Technology: Making It Work For You, Not Against You

PRESENTED BY: Practice Transformation Institute

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify ways to utilize technology in your practice.
  2. Illustrate ways technology can enhance communication.
  3. Discuss ways technology can improve quality/outcomes.
  4. Recognize how technology can enhance patient and provider satisfaction.

COURSE DIRECTOR: Ewa Matuszewski, Principal, Practice Transformation Institute, Troy

SPEAKERS:  

Ms. Matuszewski,
   Health Technology: Making It Work for You, Not Against You

Jennifer Parrish, NP, Nurse Practitioner, Medical Network One, Rochester
   Health Technology: Making It Work for You, Not Against You

Tia Ollie, PharmD, Medical Network One, Rochester
   Health Technology: Making It Work for You, Not Against You

Virginia Hosbach, MSN, Training and Education, Practice Transformation Institute, Rochester
   Health Technology: Making It Work for You, Not Against You

8:00 to 11:30 am - Current Topics in Women's Health

PRESENTED BY:  Henry Ford Health System

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Report on the diagnosis and treatment of various grades of vulvar dysplasia and Paget’s Disease of the vulva.
  2. Review the concepts and terminology related to non-binary gender identities, including correct names and pronouns.
  3. Recognize best behavioral health practices and therapeutic considerations for sexual health among transgender clients
  4. Discuss sexual health risk within the context of psychosocial stressors, including challenges related to gender affirmation and experiences of transphobia.
  5. Explain who should be offered hereditary cancer risk assessment for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome.
  6. Discuss how women with mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 should be counseled to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer and fallopian tube cancer.
  7. Describe how women with mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 should be counseled to reduce the risk of breast cancer.
  8. Review how to treat a woman with a strong family history who does not have a documented mutation in BRCA1 or BRCA2.

COURSE DIRECTORRoopina Sangha, MD, MPH, Program Director, OBGYN Residency Program, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit

SPEAKERS: 

Rabbie Hanna, MD, Senior Staff Physician, OBGYN Oncology, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit

   Vulvar Premalignant Lesions

Nicole Budrys, MD, Division Head, Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit

   Transgender Health Care

Doctor Sangha

   Hereditary Ovarian Cancer: Review of Current Guidelines

Monique Swain, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Division of Breast Diseases, OBGYN Department, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit

   Just When We thought We Had It Right: Breast Cancer Screening for Women with

  Dense Breast

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Principles for Safe Opioid Prescribing: Best Practices, Guidelines, and Regulations

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Ronald W. Chapman II, J.D., L.L.M. (Candidate), Managing Partner, Chapman Law Group, Troy

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Describe the regulatory framework for safe opioid prescribing.
  2. Dissolve common misconceptions that lead to under treatment of legitimate pain patients.
  3. Ensure physicians understand expected best practices for opioid prescribing.
  4. Improve patient outcomes by re-establishing patient centered care.

SPEAKERS: 

Mr. Chapman

   Principles for Safe Opioid Prescribing: Best Practices, Guidelines, and Regulations for Safe Opioid Prescribing

Ami Mac, MD, Physiatrist/Pain Specialist, Kure Pain Management, Novi

   Principles for Safe Opioid Prescribing: Best Practices, Guidelines, and Regulations for Safe Opioid Prescribing

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Endocrinology/Diabetes Update

PRESENTED BY:  Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss management principles in challenging DM cases and new therapies available for clinical practice.
  2. Discuss thyroid hormone physiology, laboratory interpretation, and management from patient cases.
  3. Explain about the physiologic functions of vitamin D.
  4. Describe the consequences of vitamin D excess and deficiency, case-based.
  5. List treatment recommendations for vitamin D replacement.
  6. Discuss the diagnosis, evaluation, and management of polycystic ovarian disease.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Naveen Kakumanu, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing

SPEAKERS:
Doctor Kakumanu

   Challenging Diabetes Clinical Cases

Saleh A. Al-Dasouqi, MD, FACE, ECNU, Professor of Medicine and Chief, Division of Endocrinology, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing

   Thyroid Cases in Primary Care

J. David Faichney, MD, FACP, Clinical Associate Professor, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine; and Staff Physician, Munson Health Care, Traverse City

   Vitamin D Update in 2017

G. Matthew Hebdon, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing

   PCOS: Diagnosis and Management

Kate Kirley, MD, MS, Director, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention, American Medical Association, Chicago

   Diabetes Care Begins with Diabetes Prevention

12:30 - 4:00 pm - Updates in Clinical Cardiology

PRESENTED BY:  Michigan Chapter, American College of Cardiology

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Apply current guidelines and evidence-based medicine to treat heart failure and acute coronary syndrome patients in their practice.
  2. Interpret the ten latest studies in cardiology and discuss the application to their current practice.
  3. Explain advanced treatment options for patients with valvular heart disease and heart failure, and direct them to appropriate subspecialty care.
  4. Discuss recent findings and advances in cardiology with colleagues and patients that can change practice patterns and improving value-based treatment.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Gerald Koenig, MD, PhD, FACC, FSCAI, Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine; Senior Staff Cardiologist, Henry Ford Hospital Heart & Vascular Institute; and Director, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, West Bloomfield 

SPEAKERS:

Michael Shea, MD, FACC, Professor of Medicine, Director of Aortic Valve Clinic, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor

   Top 10 Articles in Cardiology 2016-2017

Thomas A. LaLonde, MD, FACC, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine; and Interventional Cardiologist, Eastlake Cardiovascular Associates

   Update on the Management of the ACS Patient: During and Post Hospitalization

Celeste Williams, MD, FACC, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine Specialist in Cardiology, Wayne State University School of Medicine; and Advanced Heart Failure & Transplant Cardiology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit

   Update on Heart Failure Management and Current Therapies

William O'Neill, MD, FACC, Director, Center of Structural Heart Disease, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit

   Latest Innovations in Mitral and Tricuspid Valve Intervention

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Bladder Cancer: Screening & Evaluation Among High Risk Workers

PRESENTED BY:  Michigan Occupational and Environmental Medicine Association

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify at least three known bladder cancer carcinogens.
  2. Recognize work history details indicative of being a high-risk worker who might have had opportunities for occupational exposure to bladder cancer carcinogens.
  3. Describe the relative performance of at least three tests available for bladder cancer screening.
  4. Implement appropriate follow-up procedures for evaluation of undiagnosed high-risk workers with abnormal screening test results.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Thomas John Bender, MD, PhD, Associate Health Services Director and Epidemiologist, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland                                                         

SPEAKERS:

Kenneth Rosenman, MD, Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing   

   Screening for Bladder Cancer Among High Risk Workers, Their Family Members, and Community Residents in Three Michigan Communities

Melissa Millerick-May, MSc, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine,

Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing

   The Utility of Performing a Retrospective Exposure Assessment When Conducting an Incidence/Mortality Follow-Up in A Cohort of Dye Manufacturing Workers

Doctor Bender

   Bladder Cancer Screening Program for Workers at Facility In Paterson, New Jersey

Alon Zadok Weizer, MD, MS, Associate Professor, Department of Urology, University of Michigan Medical School; and Medical Director, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ann Arbor

   Appropriate Follow-Up Procedures for Evaluation of High Risk Workers with Abnormal Screening Test Results

4:15 to 5:00 pm - Plenary Session: Power, Ethics, and Clinical Practice

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss how to distinguish between material and disciplinary power and articulate how the latter complicates physician patient relationship.
  2. Explain how to evaluate a clinical interaction, identifying the points at which power is manifest in the micro-behaviors of both the doctor and the patient.
  3. Through applying the notion of disciplinary power, articulate interpersonal, professional practices that can mitigate the problems caused by asymmetrical power in the doctor-patient relationship
SPEAKER: Jason Wasserman, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

5:15 to 7:30 pm - When is Back Pain Not Back Pain? Identification and Treatment of Musculo-Skeletal Pain of Uncertain Etiology

PRESENTED BY:  Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Differentiate distinctions between musculo-skeletal pain caused by structural disorders as compared to central sensitization syndrome.
  2. Describe the causes and physiology of central sensitization syndrome.
  3. Explain central sensitization to patients in an empathic manner.
  4. Report a treatment plan for patients with central sensitization syndrome.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Howard Schubiner, MD, Director, Mind Body Medicine Program, Providence Hospital; and Clinical Professor, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing

David Kohns, DO, Instructor, University of Michigan, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, Spine Program, Ann Arbor

   Approach to the Patient with Chronic Musculo-Skeletal Symptoms: Distinguishing Between Functional and Structural Disorders

Doctor Schubiner

   Ruling in Central Sensitization and Communicating Effectively About It:  Managing Patients Using Brief Interventions and Appropriate Referrals

Thursday, October 26 Courses

8:00 to 11:30 am - Pediatric Emergencies: Legal Aspects

8:00 to 11:30 am - Infectious Diseases Update

PRESENTED BY: Henry Ford Hospital, Infectious Disease Division 

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Identify specific risks for opportunistic infections in non-HIV immunocompromised hosts, including Tumor Necrosis Factor [TNF] inhibitors, steroids and monoclonal antibodies.
  2. Counsel patients on the meaning of asymptomatic bacteriuria and judicious utilization of antibiotics in this setting.
  3. Understand the role of Fecal Microbiota Transplantation and identify patients that could benefit from this therapy.
  4. Identify patients at risk for or after developing diabetic foot infections that can benefit from early interventions for limb salvage.
  5. Apply new diagnostic tests in management of common infectious disease conditions.
  6. Recognize new antimicrobials and application in clinical practice.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Odaliz Abreu Lanfranco, MD, Infectious Disease Fellowship Program Director, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit

SPEAKERS: 

Marcus Zervos, MD, Infectious Disease Division Head, Henry Ford Hospital; and Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
   New Antimicrobials: When and How to Use Them

Anne Chen, MD, Service Chief, Infectious Disease, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital; and Clinical Associate Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
   Out on a Limb: Diabetic Foot Infection

George Alangaden, MD, Director, Infection Prevention, Henry Ford Hospital; and Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medical, Detroit
   When the Cat’s Away: Infections in non-HIV Immunocompromised Patients

John McKinnon, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital; and Clinical Associate Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit
   What is Hot in Infectious Diseases?

Mayur Ramesh, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
   Fecal Microbiota Transplant FMT: The Good, the Smelly and the Ugly

Pallavi Bhargaba, MD, Senior Staff Physician, Henry Ford Hospital
  Asymptomatic Bacteriuria and Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection

8:00 to 11:30 am - Ophthalmology Pearls for the Primary Care Physician: An Overview from the Experts

PRESENTED BY: Wayne State University School of Medicine/Kresge Eye Institute

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss ocular conditions affecting the anterior segment of the eye and leading to preventable blindness, specifically including cataract and glaucoma in addition to other common ocular conditions.
  2. Explain ocular conditions affecting the retina/posterior segment of the eye and leading to preventable blindness, specifically including diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration in addition to other common ocular conditions.
  3. Describe ocular conditions affecting the pediatric population and leading to preventable blindness, specifically including strabismus and types of amblyopia in addition to other common ocular conditions.
  4. Discuss how to educate patients regarding common causes of blindness to lead to compliance with referrals to specialists.
  5. Discuss how to correspond with ophthalmologists to improve multidisciplinary care for each patient.

COURSE DIRECTOR: Reecha S. Bahl, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Wayne State University School of Medicine and Kresge Eye Institute, Detroit

SPEAKERS:
Doctor Bahl

   New Developments in Pediatric Ophthalmology 

Justin Tannir, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Wayne State University School of Medicine and Kresge Eye Institute, Detroit
  Updates in Glaucoma and Anterior Segment

Anu S. Patel, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology, Wayne State University School of Medicine and Kresge Eye Institute, Detroit

   What is New Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery  

8:00 to 11:30 am - The Outpatient Management of Common Renal Issues

PRESENTED BY: University of Michigan School of Medicine, Division of Nephrology

OBJECTIVES:

  1. List appropriate indications for nephrology referral.
  2. Describe initial workup and management of common renal disorders that can be accomplished prior to referral.
  3. Relay evidence-based guidelines for management of chronic kidney disease.
  4. Incorporate these guidelines to provide high quality care for patients with chronic kidney disease independently or as a part of a co-management strategy with nephrology.
  5. Increase vein preservation in patients likely to progress to end stage kidney disease.
  6. Explain evidence-based guidelines for management of hypertension.
  7. Discuss how to provide initial and subsequent management for renal patients and those with 'difficult to control' hypertension.
  8. Discuss how to initiate workup for secondary hypertension.
  9. Explain the selection criteria for renal transplantation increasing early and appropriate referrals and decrease unnecessary referrals to transplant nephrology.
  10. Identify and treat common complications of transplant including, but not limited to, opportunistic infections, malignancies, and drug side effects.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Matthew McGuire, MD, Clinical Instructor, University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor

SPEAKERS:

Nidhi Sukul, MD, Lecturer, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   General Nephrology Pearls for the Primary Care Physician 

Doctor McGuire
   Management of Progressive Chronic Kidney Disease: Decreasing GFR, Increasing Attention

Susan Steigerwalt, MD, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Difficult to Control Hypertension: How to Treat, What Tests to Get, When to Refer

Milagros Samaniego-Picota, MD, Professor, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor

   Renal Transplant for the Primary Care Physician

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Neurology for the Generalist

PRESENTED BY:  Henry Ford Hospital Health System

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe a relevant history and targeted exam of the patient with symptoms attributed to CNS vs. PNS pathology. 
  2. Identify the most cost effective laboratory and high yield diagnostic tests to determine a potential neurologic cause of weakness or paresthesia.  
  3. Recognize the signs and symptoms which indicate an urgent neurologic or neurosurgical referral.
  4. Identify the features of essential tremor vs Parkinson’s Disease and basic treatment strategies.
  5. Approach to diagnosing Huntington disease and other neurogenetic syndromes.
  6. Explain which common movement disorders can be handled in the office and when to refer.
  7. Distinguish clinically Alzheimer’s Disease from Lewy Body Disease and Vascular Dementia.
  8. Report underlying pathology in Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy Body Disease and Vascular Dementia.
  9. Discuss how to treat these diseases using appropriate medications or other evidence-based interventions.
  10. Recognize the diversity of paroxysmal spells and how the location of presentation may guide the differential diagnosis.
  11. Discuss the evaluation for spells and possible seizures.
  12. Distinguish epilepsy/seizures from other types of spells and plan a rational evaluation.
  13. Identify when to begin seizure medications for new onset epilepsy.

COURSE DIRECTOR: Daniel S. Newman, MD, Director, Hoenselaar ALS Clinic, Senior Staff Neurologist, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit 

SPEAKERS: 

Neepa Patel, MD, Neurologist, Division of Movement Disorders, Henry Ford Health System, West Bloomfield
   Patients that Shake, Rattle and Roll: When to Refer to Neurology 

Marina Novikova, DO, Behavioral Neurologist, Henry Ford Health System, West Bloomfield
   "Which Witch is Which? How to Distinguish Alzheimer's from Lewy Body Dementia or Vascular Dementia

 Kara Steijlen, MD, Neurologist, Division of Neuromuscular Disease, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
   Weakness and Tingling: 101

Andrew Zillgitt, DO, Neurologist, Division of Epilepsy, Henry Ford Health System

   What Was That? The Who, What, When, and Why of Spells

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Thoracic Aortic Disease

PRESENTED BY:  Michigan Vascular Surgical Society

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Explain the scope of thoracic aortic pathology, possible etiologies, prevention and current management.
  2. Identify treatment algorithms that now exist with the advancement of medical and surgical techniques.
  3. Describe when a patient might require special consultation.
  4. Report the limit of therapy in both acute and chronic conditions.

COURSE DIRECTOR: William Oppat, MD, President, Michigan Vascular Surgical Society; Clinical Professor and Program Director, DMC/WSU Vascular Surgery Fellowship Program, Harper University Hospital; and Vascular and General Surgeon, Providence Hospital, Southfield

SPEAKERS: 

David Adamolekun, DO, Staff Physician, Detroit Medical Center
   Medical Management of Uncomplicated Type B Aortic Dissections

Syed Alam, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Western Michigan University School of Medicine; and Vascular Surgery, Surgery Bronson Healthcare and St. Mary Health Kalamazoo
   Management of Complicated Type B Aortic Dissections with Acute, Sub-acute and Chronic presentations

Luc Dubois, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery and Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Western University; and Vascular Surgeon, Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario
   Novel Approaches for Management of Complex Thoracic Aortic Pathology 

Eanas Yassa, MD, ‎Assistant Professor of Surgery, Division of Vascular Surgery, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine; and Vascular Surgeon, Spectrum Health, Grand Rapids
   Advances in the Management of Traumatic Injuries of the Thoracic Aorta

12:30 to 4:00 pm - HIV Prevention and Care Practices for Primary Care Providers

PRESENTED BY: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Outline the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services guidelines for perinatal testing and the rationale of the guidelines, including the importance of testing throughout pregnancy.
  2. Describe the physical and emotional impact of children and adolescents living with HIV.
  3. Explain the differences in the care of HIV at different stages in the lifespan.
  4. Present the scientific evidence to support the use of PEP and PrEP as effective HIV prevention measures and how to incorporate PEP and PrEP into their practice.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Rebecca McKie, HIV Care Training Consultant, Organization: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Lansing                                                                                                                     

SPEAKERS:  

Indira Brar, MD, Senior Staff Henry Ford Hospital, Department of Infectious Diseases, Detroit
  
Reaching Zero

Paul Benson DO, AAHIVS, Primary Care/Be Well Medical Center, Berkley
   Truvada for PrEP: A Pharmacological Option for Prevention of HIV 1 Infectionin Combination with Safer Sex Practices

Rosemary Olivero, MD, Section Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital of Spectrum Health; and Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Michigan State College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids

   Preventing Perinatal HIV Infections – Getting to ZERO

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Current Practices in Colon and Rectal Surgery

PRESENTED BY:  Current Practices in Colon and Rectal Surgery

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Apply current management strategies for benign anorectal diseases such as hemorrhoids, fissures, anal fistula, and pilonidal disease.
  2. Discuss guidelines for colorectal cancer screening and learn about emerging and new modalities for colon and rectal cancer screening.
  3. Identify the appropriate patients who need escalation of treatment and a referral to colorectal surgeon.
  4. Execute evaluation and treatment of colon and rectal cancer patients.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Surya P. M. Nalamati, MD, Senior Staff Surgeon, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit

SPEAKERS: 

Doctor Nalamati
   Update on Common Anorectal Problems

Sarah Hans MD, Colon Rectal Specialists, Rochester
   Diverticular Disease: Current Treatment Strategies

Kenneth Bark, MD, Assistant Professor of Surgery, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine and Colon Rectal Surgeon, Colon Rectal Specialists, Rochester Hills

   Fecal Incontinence: Current Management Strategies

Shawn Webb, MD, Senior Staff Surgeon, Henry Ford Health Systems, Detroit
   Colon Cancer: Current Treatment Strategies

Edwin Itenberg, DO, Colon & Rectal Surgeon, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, Pontiac

   Updates in Rectal Cancer Treatment

4:15 to 5:00 pm - Plenary Session: Human Trafficking

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Explain the types and venues of human trafficking in Michigan.
  2. Identify victims of human trafficking in health care settings.
  3. Describe the warning signs of human trafficking in health care settings for adults and minors.
  4. Discuss resources for reporting the suspected victims of human trafficking.

Jane P. White, Director, Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force 

5:15 to 7:30 pm - Chronic Kidney Disease in the Primary Care Clinic

PRESENTED BY:  Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine

LEARNER OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Discuss how to initiate a preliminary work-up of abnormal kidney function, include appropriate labs and imaging studies, tailored to patient’s individual presentations.
  2. Describe renal dosing guidelines for at least five common drugs that are incorrectly prescribed with patients with CKD.
  3. List specific recommendations for management of cardiovascular disease when CKD is present.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Lisa Cohen, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak

SPEAKERS: 

Paul Kellerman, MD, Professor, Department of Medicine and Chief, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak
   Diagnostic Work-up of Abnormal Renal Function

Doctor Cohen
   Renal Dosing of Commonly Prescribed Outpatient Medications

Saimabanu Mansuri, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Oakland University-William Beaumont School of Medicine, Royal Oak

   Cardiovascular Disease in CKD Patients

Friday, October 27 Courses

8:00 to 11:30 am - The Medical Birds and Bees: What Every Doctor Should Know About Female and Male Fertility and Infertility

PRESENTED BY:  University of Michigan Medical School

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Review how to counsel patients effectively regarding the decline in natural fertility with aging.
  2. Initiating the evaluation for infertility and implement evidence based treatments for patients with anovulatory and unexplained infertility.
  3. Identify when to refer their patients to a specialist for fertility, infertility, and fertility preservation consultation.
  4. Discuss how to help patients optimize their fertility planning.
  5. Distinguish medications that are safe or not safe to prescribe to men attempting to achieve a pregnancy (or considering a pregnancy soon).

COURSE DIRECTOR: Samantha Schon, MD, MTR, Clinical Lecturer, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, Department of OB/GYN, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor           

SPEAKERS:  

Doctor Schon
    Optimizing Fertility in 2017: From Natural Conception to Elective Fertility Preservation

Erica Mahany, MD, Assistant Professor, Division of Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, Department of OB/GYN, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Female Infertility 101: Pearls for the Primary Care Physician

Jim Dupree, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Division of Andrology, Department of Urology, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Male Infertility 101: What Every Doctor Should Know About Male Fertility and What Medications Should be Avoided

8:00 to 11:30 am - Rheumatology Update 2017

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Discuss strategies for treatment and management of HyperCKemia.
  2. Describe diagnosis and treatments for Giant Cell Arteritis.
  3. Discuss what’s new in osteoporosis treatment.

COURSE CO-DIRECTORS: Manveen K. Saluja, MD, Rheumatologist, Beaumont Health System, Troy

Andrew J. Sulich, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; and Rheumatologist, Shores Rheumatology, Saint Clair Shores Michigan and Saint John Medical Center

SPEAKERS:

Alireza Meysami, MD, RhMSUS, Senior Staff Rheumatologist, Director of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Clinic, Division of Rheumatology, Department of Internal Medicine, Henry Ford Health System; Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine; and Chairman of Michigan Rheumatism Society Board of Education, Michigan Rheumatism Society (MRhS)
   Asymptomatic HyperCKemia: How to Approach High CPK in Asymptomatic Patients

Sudhaker D. Rao, MBBS, FACP, FACE, Section Head, Bone & Mineral Metabolism; and Director, Bone & Mineral Research Laboratory, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
   Osteoporosis

Doctor Sulich 

   Update on Giant Cell Arteritis

8:00 to 11:30 am - Current Issues in Asthma and Allergy

PRESENTED BY: Michigan Allergy and Asthma Society

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss new recommendations/guidelines for food allergies.
  2. Discuss updated drug allergy guidelines.
  3. Describe immunodeficiency symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Lokesh R. Edara, MD, Asthma Allergy Centers

SPEAKERS: 

Elizabeth Secord, MD
   Immunodeficiency Primary Care Physicians See in Clinic, Work Up and Emergencies
 

Ann Kovalszki, MD
   Drug Allergy for the Primary Care Physician

Tara Shankar, MD 
   Evolving Guidelines and Therapies for Food Allergy        

8:00 to 11:30 am - Management of Common Spine and Brain Diseases: A Refresher for Primary Care Physicians

PRESENTED BY: University of Michigan Medical School, Department of Neurosurgery

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Explain the proper non-operative and diagnostic management for back pain.
  2. Describe the prevalence and natural history of common incidental findings on intracranial imaging.
  3. Discuss the diagnostic work-up for and new techniques in the treatment of neurovascular disease.
  4. List the common presentations and initial management steps of tumors of the central nervous system in children and adults.

COURSE DIRECTOR: Emily Levin, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurological Surgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor 

SPEAKERS: 

Cormac O. Maher, MD, FAAP, FACS, Associate Professor, Neurosurgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   The Common Dilemma of Abnormal Findings on Brain and Spine Imaging

Mark Oppenlander, MD, Assistant Professor, Neurosurgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Spine Injuries in Athletes

Aditya Pandey, MD, Associate Professor, Neurosurgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Cerebrovascular Update: Stroke is a Treatable Disease

Daniel Orringer, MD, Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   New Horizons in the Treatment of Brain Tumors

Doctor Levin,                             
   Updates in Functional Neurosurgery

11:40 am to 12:25 pm 95th Annual William Beaumont Lecture - Small RNAs Play Big Roles: Micro RNAs Towards a New Era for the Management of Cancer and Cancer Immunotherapy

PRESENTED BY:  Wayne County Medical Society of Southeast Michigan

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe small RANs (microRNAs) as new therapeutics for human cancer.
  2. Discuss latest clinical development in cancer immunotherapy.
  3. Explain small RANs (microRNAs) and the precision medicine of cancer immunotherapy.

Qing-Sheng Mi, MD, PhD, Professor and Lim Endowed Chair of Dermatology Research; Director, Center for Cutaneous Biology and Immunology Research; Director, Immunology Research Program; Henry Ford Cancer Institute Dept. of Dermatology and Dept. of Internal Medicine, Henry Ford Health System (HFHS); and Co-Chair, Immunology Focus Group of WSU/KCI/HFHS, Dept of Microbiology, Immunology and Biochemistry, Department of Oncology and Karmanos Cancer Institute (KCI), Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSU)

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Safe Opioid Prescribing and Overdose Prevention

PRESENTED BY:   Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and Rapids Red Project, Grand Rapids

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Apply “SAMHSAs Opioid Overdose Toolkit” into their practice.
  2. Implement strategies to effectively counsel patients on overdose risk and opioid safety.
  3. Describe and apply to their practice prescription of naloxone rescue kits including components of a kit, overdose prevention, and response training.
  4. Identify and implement a model for naloxone rescue kit distribution that is appropriate for their practice and their community.
  5. Describe the regulatory framework for safe opioid prescribing.
  6. Dissolve common misconceptions that lead to under treatment of legitimate pain patients.
  7. Discuss expected best practices for opioid prescribing.

COURSE CO-DIRECTORSCara Poland, MD, Michigan State University; and

Stephen Alsum, Executive Director, The Grand Rapids Red Project, Grand Rapids 

Doctor Poland
   Principles for Safe Opioid Prescribing 

Mr. Alsum

   Opioid Safety and Overdose Prevention

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Urology for the Non-Urologist

PRESENTED BY: Michigan Urological Society

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Describe treatment goals for women with voiding dysfunction.
  2. Explain a treatment pathway for managing patients with bladder cancer.
  3. Distinguish patients who would benefit from surgery for pelvic organ prolapse.
  4. Identify patients at risk for cancer when screening for prostate cancer.
  5. Describe treatment pathways for patients with chronic prostatitis.
  6. Discuss treatment options for patients with testosterone deficiency.

COURSE DIRECTOR: Khurshid Ghani, MBBCh., Associate Professor of Urology, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor    

SPEAKERS: 

Richard Bennett, MD, Associate Professor of Urology, William Beaumont Oakland University School of Medicine; and Urologist, Comprehensive Urology, Clarkston
   Testosterone Replacement Therapy: The Myths and Truths

Amy Brode, DO, FACOS, Attending Urologist, IHA Urology, Ypsilanti and Brighton
     Pelvic Organ Prolapse for Primary Care

Jason P. Gilleran, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; and Staff Urologist, William Beaumont Hospitals, Royal Oak and Troy
   Interstitial Cystitis/Chronic Prostatitis 

Priyanka Gupta, MD, Assistant Professor of Urology, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor
   Female Voiding Dysfunction

Mohammad Jafri, MD, Urologist, Comprehensive Urology, Royal Oak, Michigan
    Primer on Bladder Cancer from Start to Finish for the PCP

Simpa Salami, MD, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

   Prostate Cancer Screening and Early Detection

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Lumbar Spinal Disease: An Old Problem and a New Solution

PRESENTED BY: Neuroscience Institute of Spine and Neurotrauma

LEARNER OBJECTIVES:

  1. Recognize various clinical presentations of common lumbar spine disorders.
  2. Discuss selection of appropriate diagnostic tests and recognize common findings and relevant pathologies.
  3. Review treatment algorithms pertaining to optimal care and appropriate surgical referrals.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Muwaffak Abdulhak, MD, FRCS, Director, Neuroscience Institute of Spine and Neurotrauma, Department of Neurosurgery, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit

SPEAKERS:

Todd Aho, MD, Diagnostic Radiologist, Department of Radiology, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit
   Diagnostic Tests and Relevant Anatomy 

Nabil Sibai, MD, Division Head, Pain Management Services, Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
   Multidisciplinary Approach to Patient with Lower Back Pain:  What Can Be Offered?

Doctor Abdulhak

   Minimum Invasive Spine Surgery and Interop Navigation: State of The Art Approach

12:30 to 4:00 pm - Current Trends in Radiology

Saturday, October 28 Courses

8:00 to 11:30 am - ENT for the PCP

PRESENTED BY: Michigan Otolaryngology Society

OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of sinusitis synopsis.
  2. Discuss recommendations for management of head and neck cancer.
  3. Discuss updates in diagnosis and treatment of ENT/OTO conditions.

SPEAKERS

Eleanor Chan, MD, Associate Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; and Otolaryngologist and Head & Neck Surgeon, Michigan Ear Institute, Farmington Hills
   Otology Update 2017

Robert T. Standring, MD, ‎Associate Professor, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine; and Otolaryngologist and Head & Neck Surgeon, Ear Nose and Throat Consultants, PC, Southfield
   ENT for the Primary Care Physician

Steven Chang, MD, FACE, Director, Head and Neck Cancer Program, Henry Ford Cancer Institute Henry Ford Health System, Detroit
   Head and Neck Cancer Concepts for Primary Care Doctors 

Noah Stern, DO, Otolaryngologist, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit

   Sinusitis Synopsis: Diagnosis and Treatment

8:00 to 11:30 am - Neuromuscular Medicine Update

PRESENTED BY:  Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine

OBJECTIVES: 

  1. Utilize non-narcotic agents in the place of narcotic agents in the setting of sensory nervous system disorders including peripheral polyneuropathy.
  2. Implement strategies to recognize, characterize, and treat autonomic disorders including common presentations in diabetes.
  3. Utilize immune modulators in the management of myasthenia gravis.
  4. Describe basic electrophysiologic techniques and appreciate the appropriate data obtained from these techniques.

COURSE DIRECTOR:  Amit Sachdev, MD, MS, Assistant Professor, Director of the Division of Neuromuscular Medicine, Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, East Lansing 

SPEAKERS:

Doctor Sachdev
   Introduction to Neurology Below the Neck Neuromuscular Junction Disorders:  Avoiding Triggers and Managing Autoimmune Illness

Sudheer Potru, DO, Staff Physician, Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor, Wayne State University School of Medicine; and Anesthesiologist/Pain Management Specialist, Anesthesia Management Services, PC, Rochester 
   Sensory Nervous System – Treating Peripheral Polyneuropathy with Non-narcotic Strategies

Matthew Imperioli, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurology, Assistant Neurology Residency Program Director; Director of the Autonomics Laboratory, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington
   Autonomic Nervous System – Recognizing, Characterizing and Managing the Complications of Diabetes

Kimberly Patterson, REEGT, BS, EEG/EMG Coordinator, Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Michigan State University, East Lansing
   Live Demonstration – Nerve Conduction, Repetitive Stimulation and Autonomic Testing Using an EMG Machine

Office Staff Courses

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Resources

Cost

Member Status

Cost

MSMS Members $135 per course
MSMS Members with "Retired Status" $105 per course
YPS Members $105 per course
Non-Members $185 per course
Residents FREE
Medical Students FREE

CME Credits

Statement of Accreditation:
The Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA Credit Designation Statement
The MSMS designates this live activity for a maximum of 32.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

AAFP Credit
This Live activity, 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting, with a beginning date of 10/24/2017, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 32.75 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Hotel Information

Centrally located to everything Metro-Detroit, the Sheraton Detroit-Novi Hotel recently went through a multi-million dollar renovation. The MSMS Foundation king/double room rate is $139.00 (plus appplicable taxes) per room per night. To receive the special rate, reservation requests must be made by October 4, 2017. When you make your reservations please tell the hotel staff you are with the Michigan State Medical Society; or, you may book online by visiting: https://msms.org/ASMSheraton.

Sheraton Detroit-Novi Hotel
21111 Haggerty Road
Novi, MI 48375
Phone: 866-716-8134 or 248-349-4000
msms.org/ASMSheraton

Exhibitors and Sponsors

Exhibitor and Sponsors Online Materials

 

Thank You, Exhibitors and Sponsors!

The MSMS Foundation would like to offer our sincere gratitude for the support of the 2017 sponsors and exhibitors.

  • 123Net
  • Association Gloves & Supplies
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
  • The CORE Institute
  • Correct Care Solutions
  • The Doctor's Company
  • First Healthcare Compliance
  • Gideons International
  • Gilead Sciences
  • Kerr Russell
  • Michigan Medicaid E.H.R. Incentive Program
  • Michigan Physical Therapy Association
  • Miller Vein
  • MSMS Membership
  • MSMS Physician Insurance Agency
  • Michigan State University Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Project SENSOR
  • Officite
  • ProAssurance
  • PRO
  • Rehmann
  • Roji Health Intelligence
  • Visiting Physicians Association/USMM
  • The Wayne State University Medical Alumni Association

Are you interested in exhibiting and/or sponsoring the 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting?
Space is limited so please act now!

For more information, contact Marianne Ben-Hamza at 517-336-7581 or mbenhamza@msms.org.

 
Questions

For more information, please contact Marianne Ben Hamza.