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Conference Evaluation and Certificate of Attendance Request Process
A Certificate of Attendance will be available at the conclusion of the conference. To complete the post-conference materials please go to: http://www.optumhealtheducation.com/philly-evaluation
About This Conference
“What’s New, What’s Next: Innovations in Clinical Excellence From Before Birth Through Adulthood” will spotlight the latest techniques, strategies, and innovations in cardiac care, cancer treatment, transplantation, fetal diagnosis and treatment, maternal fetal medicine, neonatology, and infertility.
Please join us for this unique two-day event as world-class clinical leaders from The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania identify the newest advances in these fields of medicine and discuss the importance of collaboration between caregivers in the transition from pediatric to adult care.
This conference is designed for health care professionals who care for patients with complex and chronic health care conditions and/or manage their health care benefits, as well as those who have an interest in maternal fetal medicine, neonatology, infertility, cardiology, oncology and transplantation.
Who Should Attend*
- Case Managers
- Pediatric/Maternity/Neonatal/Oncology Nurses
- Nurse Practitioners
- Managed Care Professionals
- Transplant Nurses
- Transplant Coordinators
- Hematopoietic Transplant Coordinators
- Medical Directors
- Medical Management Staff
- Utilization Review Staff
- Reinsurance Managers
- Other Health Care Professionals Committed to Managing and Improving Patient Care
*Refer to the Continuing Education page for a listing of certification that has been applied and/or approved for this conference.
Conference Educational Objectives
Upon successful completion of this conference, participants should be able to:
- Identify the most recent advances, clinical challenges and emerging trends in oncology, as well as in solid organ and stem cell transplantation, for pediatrics and adults;
- Discuss screening, diagnostic technologies, and treatment strategies for the fetus at risk for genetic disorders or congenital anomalies, and for neonates with complex pulmonary, airway, and surgical disease;
- State advancements in treatment options in the management of infertility issues; and
- Discuss the challenges providers face with the transition from pediatrics to adulthood for patients with congenital heart disease and the importance of providing uninterrupted, coordinated care for this patient population.