Worth up to 12.50 credit hours!
Start Date: December 13, 2010
Expiration Date: December 13, 2011
This activity is intended for health care professionals with an interest in specialized health care services, disease management, and health and well-being.
This educational activity consists of recorded presentations from the 19th Annual National Conference held in Chicago, IL on September 13–15, 2010.
The conference topics have been developed to bring valuable, cutting-edge clinical topics to our learners. Conference faculty is comprised of recognized clinical and thought leaders, and sessions will focus on innovations and trends in solid organ and blood/marrow transplantation, oncology, kidney disease, heart disease, disease management, consumerism, and health and well-being.
At the end of this educational activity, participants should be able to
- Explain theoretical, practical, and psychosocial aspects surrounding the evolving sciences of oncology and organ and blood/marrow transplantation.
- Recognize and apply emerging trends and innovations in the prevention and management of complex medical conditions, as well as the fields of organ and blood/marrow transplantation.
- Identify successful strategies used to drive consumer engagement and activation, improve population health and productivity, and control health care costs.
- Outline the impact of health care reform on benefit design and financial components of the transplant enterprise.
- Review the potential impact of comprehensive cancer care and organ transplant services on hospital utilization, transplant-related mortality, and patient satisfaction.
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What’s New in Solid Organ Transplantation?
Michael Abecassis, MD, MBA
Innovations in Immunosuppression
Meredith J. Aull, PharmD
Evolving Strategies for Lifelong Management of Congenital Heart Disease
Jeannie Carroll, RN, MSN
Gil Wernovsky, MD
Clinical Trials Unveiled
Kenneth R. Cooke, MD
Novel Stem Cell Transplants for Pediatric Patients
Kenneth B. De Santes, MD
Multidisciplinary Approach to Management of Heart Failure
Valluvan Jeevanandam, MD
Debate: Should All Multiple Myeloma Patients Have an Autologous Transplant as Initial Therapy?
Jonathan L. Kaufman, MD
Sagar Lonial, MD
Addressing the Diabetes Epidemic-Advances in Screening, Detection and Prevention
David M. Kendall, MD
Survival Predictors in Dialysis
Mahesh Krishnan, MD, MPH, MBA, FASN
Expanded Use of Umbilical Cord Blood
Joanne Kurtzberg, MD
Proton Therapy and Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy in Cancer Treatment
Andrew K. Lee, MD, MPH
Intestinal Failure: Indications, Treatment Strategies and Long-Term Outcomes
George V. Mazariegos, MD, FACS
The Thoracic Transplant Patient Experience: A Case Manager’s Role from the Eyes of a Specialist
Michael Petty, PhD(C), RN, CCNS, CNS
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant-What Every Case Manager Should Know
Paul J. Shaughnessy, MD
The Abdominal Transplant Patient Experience: A Case Manager’s Role from the Surgeon’s Perspective
E. Steve Woodle, MD
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Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the activity, which includes the following:
- Completing the entire activity
- Completing the Pre- and Post-Activity Assessments, Activity Evaluation, and Application for Certificate of Credit forms
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This activity is sponsored by OptumHealth Education.
This activity is supported by Amgen, Boehringer Ingelheim, Eisai, Centocor/Ortho Biotech Services, Cephalon Oncology, Genzyme, Takeda/ Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Novartis Pharmaceuticals and Novartis Oncology, sanofi aventis, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, National Marrow Donor Program, Allos Therapeutics, and Byram Healthcare.
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