May 17-20, 2018 Southfield, MI

119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention

Michigan Osteopathic Association


Evaluations

Link to Express Evaluations: https://data.express-evaluations.com/eval/38060/web/
Your login will require your AOA Number
(this should be a six-digit number. If your AOA number is only five-digits put a "0" at the begining of your number)
The password is: moacme


Outcomes Measurement Survey
Physicians who complete this survey may earn 3 AOA Category 1-A CME credits. The deadline for completion is June 18th. After the deadline the survey will be void, no exceptions. MOA will submit CME to the AOA. You may access the correct answers at www.moaspring.com in August. 

Link to the Outcomes Measurement Survey: Outcomes Survey


Spring CME Information
The Michigan Osteopathic Association designates the Spring Scientific Convention for a maximum of 32-35 of AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity. 
Outcomes Survey: 3 additional AOA Category 1-A credits may be earned by participating in a post-convention survey emailed to attendees.
Specialty credits include: AOBFP - AOBIM - AOBEM - AOBNP - AOBD - AOBNMM - AOBOG

  • Hotel Information: The Westin Southfield Detroit
    The 119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention will be held at the Westin Southfield Detroit in Southfield, MI. For reservations, call 888-627-8558.
    For more information on parking, directions and access to an interactive map, click HOTEL.

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Spring Scientific Convention
- 32-35 AOA 1-A Credits Offered (Thursday-Sunday)

More Options!
This year we will once again offer a "Weekend Only" option, along with several a la carte session options:

Weekend Only Spring Scientific Convention - 17 AOA 1-A CME Credits (Sat. and Sun.)

Specialty Track - ER/ Critical & Intensive Care - 8 AOA 1-A Credits 
Saturday, 7:30 am - 11:30 am and 2 - 6 pm

Florida CME - 7 AOA 1-A Credits Meets Florida Relicensure Requirements
 Sunday, 7:00 am- 4 pm (includes breakfast)
 7 AOA 1-A Credits

Business of Medicine Session: “Transitions of Care & Care Management” 
Ewa Matuszewski, CEO, MedNetOne 
3 Hours of Training for Physicians, Practice and/or Care Managers - Bring office staff to this session! 
Thursday, 4 - 7 pm 

Click for more information and registration
 

Agenda

Below is a day-by-day agenda of the 119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention.
Some changes regarding speakers, topics or times may occur in the days before the event. 

Link: Agenda for Spring 2018 (PDF)
Link: Events and Receptions



3:30 - 7:00 pm
Scan-in Times

9 am - 3 pm • Algonquin Ballroom
MOA House of Delegates 

9 am - 7 pm • Foyer
MOA Registration

11 am - 2 pm • Portage
MOA Life Professional Photos
8:30 - 3:30 pm • EMC I
MOA Practice Managers Program - Breakfast & Lunch included
3:00 - 6 pm • Foyer
Exhibitors

4 - 6 pm • Town Center EMC IV
Scientific Research Exhibits  - Poster set-up

4 - 7 pm • Windover 
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Management Workshop (3 CME) 
4-6 pm Lymphatic OMT Treatments: Ryan Christensen, DO & Mary Goldman, DO
6-7 pm Osteopathic Identity: The Next Generation: Benjamin Visger, DO
Table Trainer: Reddog Sina, DO, PhD
4 - 7 pm • Charlevoix
MOA Business of Medicine: Transitions of Care & Care Management (3 CME)
(free to practice managers & care managers who attend with physicians)
Moderator: Ewa Matuszewski, CEO, MedNetOne
Al Juocys, DO
Tia Ollie, PharmD
Lori Zeman, PhD
Andrew Kurecka, MPH
Ginny Hosbach, RN, MSN
Teresa Choate, MS
4 - 7 pm • Board of Directors 
MOA Past Presidents Meeting
5:30 - 7:30 pm • Algonquin Room CD
MSUCOM College Reception
Thursday events and receptions

Link: Events and Receptions

6:30 am - 6 pm 
MOA Registration
Scan-in Times • Scan once in the morning and once in the afternoon to confirm your attendance. 
6:30 - 7:30 am 
Breakfast & CME (1 CME)
Healthcare Policy: Effective Use of Community-Based Resources to Address Social Determinants of Health

Moderator: John Sealey, DO, FACOS
Speaker: Ewa Matuszewski, CEO, MedNetOne

7 am - 6 pm 
Visit with Exhibitors
7 - 10 am • Town Center EMC I, II
BLS Certification (3 CME)
Instructor: Michael Dettloff, DO
(pre-registration required, includes breakfast)

7:30 - 11:30 am • Algonquin Ballroom
Cardiovascular Disease Mini-Symposium (4 CME)
Moderator: Amy O’Neil, DO
7:30 am Selecting the Right Stress Test: Dan Harber, DO, FACC, FACOI
8:30 am Chronic Systolic Heart Failure-Treatment and Advanced Options: Kalil Masri, DO, FACOI, FACC, FHFSA, FCCP
9:30 am Cardiovascular Considerations in Patient Undergoing Noncardiac Surgery: Felix Rogers, DO, FACC, FACOI
10:30 am EKG Interpretation: Adam Chornoby, DO

7:30 - 11:30 am • Portage Auditorium
Nutrition, Lifestyle & Wellness Mini-Symposium (4 CME)
Moderator: Elizabeth Swenor, DO
7:30 am The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Overall Health: Maureen Anderson, MD
8 am Yoga As Medicine: Marsha Billes, DO, C-AIHM, C-IAYT
8:30 am Acupuncture and Pain Management: Ryan Gauthier, DAOM, MS, MIHL, RAc, LMT
9 am Weight Management with Lifestyle Medicine: Elizabeth Swenor, DO
9:30 am Lifestyle Keys to Vitality and Longevity: Robert Breakey, MD
10:30 am Functional Medicine Across the Socioeconomic Spectrum: Ramona Wallace, DO
11 am How to Address the Chronic Disease Epidemic with Nutraceuticals and Lifestyle Changes: Deirdre Kohley, RPh
7:30-11:30 am • EMC II or III
Scientific Research Competition - Oral Presentations (4 CME)
Moderator: Anthony Ognjan, DO, FACP

10 am-5 pm • EMC I, II
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification (7 CME)
Instructor: Michael Dettloff, DO 
(pre-registration required, must complete Friday & Saturday training for certification)

11:30 am - 12:15 pm • Foyer
Break and visit with Exhibitors

12:15 - 1:15 pm • Algonquin Ballroom

MOA Friday Luncheon: AOA Legislative update (1 CME)
Moderator: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP, FACEP
Speaker: Raine Richards, JD, AOA Director State Government Affairs, American Osteopathic Association
(pre-registration required, $25 plated lunch or standing room only space permitting)
1:15-2 pm • Foyer

Break and visit with Exhibitors
2 - 6 pm • Algonquin Ballroom

Michigan LARA Requirements (4 CME)
(Meets Michigan licensing requirements for pain & symptom management, human trafficking for physicians and other health care providers) Moderator: William Morrone, DO, MS, FACOFP
2-5 pm Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives (AOA CO*RE REMS); William Morrone, DO, MS, FACOFP
The curriculum addresses assessment of patients for treatment with ER/LA opioids; initiation, modification and discontinuation of treatment and management of ongoing therapy; counseling of patients and caregivers about the safe use of these medications, including proper storage and disposal; and general and product-specific drug information concerning ER/LA opioids. 
5 pm Physician Recognition of Human Trafficking Victims: LaClaire Bouknight, MD, FACP

Friday events and receptions
Link: Events and Receptions

6:30 am - 6 pm 
MOA Registration
Scan-in Times • Scan once in the morning and once in the afternoon to confirm your attendance. 
7 am - 6 pm 

Exhibitors
8 am - 12 pm • EMC I, II
ALCS Certification/Re-Certification (5 CME)
(pre-registration required)
6:30 - 7:30 am • Algonquin
Breakfast & CME (1 CME)
Michigan Occupational & Environmental Medicine Association (MOEMA)
Drug Screening & Opioid Crisis

Moderator: John Bodell, DO, FACOS 
Speaker: Melissa Broadman, DO, MPH
7:30 - 9:30  am • EMC II, III
Gastrointestinal Hot Topics for Primary Care Providers (2 CME)
Moderator: John Bodell, DO, FACOS 
7:30 am Celiac Disease Update: Michael Piper, MD 
7:50 am Workup of Abnormal Liver Function Tests: Mia Manabat, DO, PGY6 
8:10 am Evaluation and Management of Pancreatic Cysts: Roberto Gamarra, MD, FACP, FACG, FASGE        
8:30 am Current Pros and Cons of PPI Therapy: Emily Tommolino, MD, PGY5 
8:50 am CRC (Colorectal Cancer) Screening: Marc Piper, MD, MSc 
9:10 am Questions and Answers Panel Discussion 9:30 - 11:30 am • Algonquin

Sleep Medicine (2 CME)
Moderator: James Weintraub, DO
9:30 am Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Brad Rowens, MD, FACOI 
10 am Pitfalls of Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS): Aaron Ellenbogen, DO, MPH 
10:30 am Insomnia-Focus on Non-Medicinal Treatments: Al Lake, PhD 
11 am Evaluating Daytime Sleepiness: Shelley Hershner, MD 
7:30 pm - 11:30 am • Algonquin

ER /Critical & Intensive Care Specialty Track Part I  (4 CME)
Moderator: Ed Jelonek, DO  
7:30 am Strategies to Improved Door to Needle for TPA: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP, FACEP 
8 am Sepsis Update: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP, FACEP 
8:30 am Vasopressor Update: Stephanie Edwin, PharmD
9:30 am Brain Death – Diagnosis and Pitfalls: Mohammed Rehman, DO
10:30 am Organ Donation Update: Michael Hagan, DO
 
7:30 am - 11:30 am • Charlevoix
Diabetes Deeper Dive Mini Symposium Part II: In Depth Discussion of Complex Care (4 CME)
Moderator: James Clinton, DO, FACP
7:30 am Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome: Michael Brennan, DO
8:30 am Diabetes Prevention Program: What’s in it for Me? Al Juocys, DO & Carla Irvin, RN, BSN, T-Trainer, SMRC CDSMP  
9:30 am CV Risk Reduction with Newer DM agents: Lowell Schmeltz, MD  
10:30 am Continuous Glucose Monitors: Michael Brennan, DO

12:15 - 1:15 pm • Algonquin
MOA Saturday Luncheon (1 CME)
Moderator: James Clinton, DO, FACP
12:15-1 pm Physician Wellness: Reducing Frustration and Increasing Fulfillment: 
 Zafar Shamoon, DO, FACOEP
1-1:15 pm HealthyTown Update: Paul Ehrmann, DO
(pre-registration required, $25 plated lunch or standing room only space permitting) 

1:15 - 2pm • Foyer
Break and Visit Exhibitors
2 - 6 pm • Portage
Oncology Mini-Symposium (4 CME)
Moderator: Mary Jo Voelpel, DO, FACOI
2 pm Clinical Trials and Tribulations: Elisabeth Heath, MD, FACP
3 pm Oakland County Vaccinations. Are we Preventing Cancer?: Shane Bies, MPH
Someone You Love: The HPV Epidemic: Documentary provided by Michigan Cancer Consortium & American Cancer Society  
4 pm Topic TBD: Barry Rosen, MD
5 pm Polycythemia Vera and the Implications of Uncontrolled Disease: Mary Jo Voelpel, DO, FACOI

2 - 6 pm • Charlevoix
Stroke Session  (4 CME)
Moderator: Aaron Ellenbogen, DO, MPH
2 pm Update on Thrombolysis: Jayne Ward, DO
2:30 pm Neuro Imaging in Stroke: Conor Zuk, DO
3:30 pm Stroke in the Young: Stacie Demel, DO
4 pm Secondary Stroke Prevention: Which Meds are Right?: Jayne Ward, DO 
4:30 pm New Thrombectomy Trials: Stacie Demel, DO
5 pm Post-Stroke Epilepsy: Andrew Zillgitt, DO 

2 - 6 pm • Windover
ER /Critical & Intensive Care Specialty Track Part II  (4 CME)
Moderator: Anthony Ognjan, DO, FACP
2 pm High Flow Oxygen and Non Invasive Ventilation: Aaron Ellenbogen, DO, MPH 
2:30 pm Rescue Strategies for ARDS: Victor Coba, MD 
3 pm Induced Hypothermia Protocols: Aaron Ellenbogen, DO, MPH 
3:30 pm Antimicrobials in the ICU: Anthony Ognjan, DO, FACP  
4 pm ECMO - When to Transfer: Victor Coba, MD  
4:30 pm Hepatitis A: Emerging Epidemic: Anthony Ognjan, DO, FACP  
5:30 pm Intervention Cases in Acute Stroke: Andrea Stoner, DO

Sessions Conclude at 6 pm
Saturday events and receptions

Link: Events and Receptions

7 am - 4 pm
MOA Registration 
7 am - 4 pm 
Scan-in Times
 • Scan once in the morning and once in the afternoon to confirm your attendance. 

7 am - 3:30 pm
Exhibitors


7 - 8 am • Algonquin
Breakfast & CME (1 CME)
Doctor Patient APP’s: R Taylor Scott, DO
8 am - 12 pm • Charlevoix

Medical Potpourri (4 CME)
Moderator: Patrick Botz, DO
8 am Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): Robert Piccinini, DO, dFACN 
9 am Interstitial Lung Disease: Lines and Crackles, Making Sense of ILD: David Young, DO   
10 am Rashes in Primary Care: Lori Haddad, DO 
11 am Venous Insufficiency and Venus Stasis Ulcers: Charles Mok, DO

8 am - 12 pm • Algonquin
Physician/Patient Protection Florida Series Part I (4 CME)
(meets Florida re-licensure requirements)
Moderator: Harold Friedman, DO 
8 am Risk Management: HIPAA and HITECH and You!: Bethany Gomez, RN, BSN, JD, Manager Risk Management, Coverys
9 am Federal and State Laws Related to the Prescribing of Controlled Substances:  
 David Best, DO, MS, ABAM 
10 am-12 pm Prevention of Medical Error: John Tower, DO, FACOI 
12 pm • Foyer

Working Lunch
(pre-purchased boxed lunch $20 or $25 onsite first come first serve)
12:00 - 4 pm • Algonquin
Physician/Patient Protection Florida Series Part II (4 CME)
Moderator: Francis Komara, DO 
12 pm HIV & Mental Health: Peter Gulick, DO, FACOI
1 pm Professional and Medical Ethics*: Robert Piccinini, DO, dFACN 
2 pm Domestic Violence: Nature and Prevalence of Domestic Violence: Averett Robey, 
 Prevention Education Program Coordinator HAVEN 
3 pm Florida Laws & Rules: Dan Schulte, JD, Kerr Russell Law 
Florida CME next cycle: April 1, 2018-March 31, 2020
*Also meets Michigan LARA requirement for MD’s

12 - 4 pm • Windover 
Speakers Bureau Recall Workshop (4 CME)
Moderator: Mary Goldman, DO
12-4 pm Saroj Misra, DO; Marissa Rodgers, DO
Sessions Conclude at 4 pm - Thank you for all you DO!

Accreditation and Credit

The Michigan Osteopathic Association is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians. The Michigan Osteopathic Association designates this program for a maximum of 32-35 of AOA Category 1-A credits and will report CME and specialty credits commensurate with the extent of the physician’s participation in this activity.

Florida Credits

Coureses meeting Florida re-licensure requirement are scheduled on Sunday, May 21. Upon completion of your electronic evaluation, upload MOA CME certificate to CE Broker account or contact www.cebroker.com for more information.

Extra Credit-Outcomes Measurement Survey

Earn an additional 3 AOA Category 1-A credits by completing the online Outcomes Measurement Survey that will be emailed to attendees post-convention. If you prefer a mailed copy of the survey please contact MOA CME Department at (517) 347-1555 ext. 112

Coverys

Evaluations

Thank you to the attendees of the MOA 119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention in Southfield! In regards to the post-event evaluation and CME process, here are some answers to common questions.   
 
FAQ’S regarding CME credits:
·        Spring “attendance pending” due to data from scanners must be uploaded by scanning company. This process will take approximately one week.
·        Once your attendance has been verified, you may then print or save CME certificate for your records.
·        MOA will submit final roster of attendance (sessions evaluated and attendance confirmation) to the AOA.

Link to Express Evaluations: https://data.express-evaluations.com/eval/38060/web/
Your login will require your AOA Number (this should be a six-digit number. If your AOA number is only five-digits put a "0" at the begining of your number)
The password is: moacme
Contact Melissa at mbudd@domoa.org or 517-347-1555 x112 for CME questions.

 

Events

Event and Receptions

THURSDAY EVENTS

MOA House of Delegates
 9 am - 3 pm • Room: Algonquin

Life Professionals Photo Session 
 11 am - 2 pm • Room: Portage Auditorium

Visit with Exhibitors

 3:00 – 6:00 PM

MOA Past President's Meeting
 4 - 7 pm • Room: Board of Directors

THURSDAY RECEPTIONS

MSUCOM College Reception 
 5:30 - 7:30 pm • Room: Algonquin C & D

Health Care Partners of Michigan Leadership - Meet and Greet 
 7:00 PM Charlevoix

24Fifties
 7 - 8:30 pm • Room: Nicolet (by invitation only)


FRIDAY EVENTS

Visit with Exhibitors
 7:00 am - 6:00 pm • Room: Foyer

Scientific Research Poster Exhibits & Awards 
 7:30-1 pm • Room: EMC IV 

Scientific Research Oral Presentations
 7:30 - 11:30 am • Room: EMC III

DME Expo
 9:30 am -12 pm • Room: Charlevoix & Windover
MSUCOM SCS Internal Medicine PAC Meeting
 11:30 - 1 pm • Room: Montcalm

Physician Wellness Center Yoga
 8 am - 2 pm • Room: TC's 

Physician Wellness Center OMT Demonstration
 11:30 am - 2 pm • Room: TC's

Red Cross Blood Drive
 1 - 7 pm • Room: Windover
MOA Council of Interns & Residents  Lunch
 12:30 - 1:30 pm • Room: Board of Trustees

MOA Council of Interns & Residents  
 12:30-5:00 pm • Room: Board of Trustees

MSUCOM Student Track
 12:15 - 2:30 pm • Room: Portage Auditorium 

FRIDAY RECEPTIONS

Advocates of the Michigan Osteopathic Association (AMOA) Membership Reception
  4 - 6 pm • Room: See AMOA booth for location

MOA Women of Excellence Reception (all welcome)
 6 pm • Room: Charlevoix A-B 

49ers (by invitation only)
 4 - 6 pm • Room: TC's

Osteopathic College Night Receptions
  5:30 - 7 pm 

   A.T. Still University 
   Room: Montcalm

   Kansas City University 
   Room: Board of Directors

   Midwestern University 
   Room: Charlevoix C


SATURDAY EVENTS

Visit with Exhibitors
 Time: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm • Room: Foyer

Physician Wellness Center OMM & Yoga
 8 am - 1 pm TC's

AMOA Installation Luncheon
 Time: 9 am - 3:30 pm • Room: Nicolet

Board of Trustees Meeting
 Time: 3 - 5 pm Room: TC's 


CME

CME Information and Requirements

Reminder: The current AOA CME cycle ends 12/31/2018


Michigan CME Requirements

Michigan osteopathic physicians are required to complete 150 hours of continuing medical education in courses or programs approved by the board of which not less than 60 hours of the required 150 hours must be earned in osteopathic related courses or programs designated as either Category 1 (accredited) or Category 3 (residency) programs. 

Every osteopathic physician who is renewing his/her license should retain records documenting the completion of continuing education. Those documents should be retained for a period of 4 years from the date of application.

The continuing education requirements apply to every physician renewing a Michigan osteopathic license who held the license for the 3-year period immediately preceding the date the license expires. The requirements apply whether or not the physician is actively engaged in the practice of osteopathic. 
No one, including retired physicians, medical school faculty and resident physicians, is exempt from this requirement. 
PLEASE CHECK YOUR MICHIGAN LICENSE FOR EXPIRATION DATE SINCE IT MAY DIFFER  FROM AOA THREE YEAR CYCLE.
For your Michigan licensure requirements, visit the Michigan Board of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery or contact them directly at 517-335-0918

CME Program Registration Cancellation and Refund Policy
Registrants for a Michigan Osteopathic Association continuing medical education program must submit requests for refunds in writing to the Association’s office.  Requests for refunds must be postmarked at least two weeks prior to the program and will entitle registrant to a full refund less a $50 processing fee. Refund requests postmarked less than two weeks prior to the program will not qualify for a refund of the registration fees.  Program brochures/registration forms and MOA web site shall include this information. 

Course Disclaimer
The Michigan Osteopathic Association (MOA) makes every effort to present high caliber speakers in their respective areas of expertise. Courses of the MOA are offered as information only and not as financial, accounting, legal or other professional advice. Attendees must consult with their own professional advisors for such advice. In addition, each participant must decide the merit and practicality of the material presented. The ideas and comments expressed during the courses are not necessarily endorsed by or are those of the MOA. The MOA warns attendees about the potential risks of using limited knowledge when integrating new techniques into your practices.

Grievance Policy
The MOA shall accept comment and criticism regarding its CME programs.  It shall address and resolve grievances regarding its CME activities.  A criticism or concern reported anonymously on CME evaluation forms shall not be deemed a grievance; however, such complaints will be reported to the CME speakers and will be presented to the MOA Education Committee for discussion, validation or resolution as appropriate and reported to the MOA Board of Trustees in the MOA Education Committee Board report.  A CME complaint or concern provided in writing or presented verbally by an identified individual registrant of an MOA CME program to an MOA CME official shall be deemed a grievance and shall be forwarded to the MOA Education Committee for resolution; CME speakers involved shall be notified of the concern.  The resolution shall be reported to the MOA Board in the MOA Education Committee Board report and followed by a letter to the aggrieved acknowledging the grievance and providing the actions taken to resolve the grievance.  If the MOA Education Committee is unable to resolve the issue, it shall be forwarded to the Board of Trustees for final disposition. Where possible and necessary the appropriate changes will be made and recorded in accordance with the MOA policy.

CME Resource Links CME Resource Links 
Visit the American Osteopathic Association Website to view the AOA CME requirements. Link>

To verify expiration dates for a Michigan osteopathic physician license/registration, please visit the Bureau of Health Care Services. Link>

American Osteopathic Association CME FAQ Page. Link>

2016-2018 CME Guide (PDF download) Link> 

Florida CME Requirements: Link>

CE Broker Website: Link>

SRE

MOA Spring Scientific Research Exhibit Competition

The purpose of the MOA SRE competition is to stimulate research by osteopathic medical students, residents and fellows who are MOA members. MOA medical student (enrolled in a COCA-accredited school) and resident/fellow members are invited to submit abstracts to be considered for:

1) POSTER (MOA to provide display board and T pins for hanging poster, average poster size is 4x6) 
and, if desired,
2) ORAL Presentation-MOA Spring Only! (must develop a PowerPoint presentation. MOA to provide set up including LCD projector, laptop, audio, mic, screen and podium. AV tech available onsite). These individuals are eligible to submit posters for cash award prizes.

 Thursday, 4-6 pm
 Scientific Research Exhibits Poster set-up
 Room: Town Center EMC IV
 Friday, 7:30-1 pm
 Scientific Research Poster Exhibits, Judging & Awards 
 Room: EMC IV 
 Friday, 7:30-11:30 am
 Scientific Research Competition - Oral Presentations (4 CME)
 Moderator: Anthony Ognjan, DO, FACP
 Room: EMC II or III

The Michigan Osteopathic Association hosts a Scientific Research Exhibit (SRE) twice yearly. These competitions provide osteopathic medical students, residents, fellows and attending level physicians an opportunity to present their medical and scientific research to our profession. The SRE event demonstrates the very best of what osteopathic medicine is and reaffirms the profession’s commitment to the advancement of science in osteopathic medicine.

For more information on rules, awards and FAQs, visit: www.domoa.org/sre

Sponsors

Exhibitors

This year, our exhibitor hall will be at capacity with compelling products and services.  
Prize Drawings:
Prize drawing cards available at any exhibitor table and each exhibitor you visit can give you a sticker.
Visit 5 tables to receive 5 stickers to be eligible to enter for any prize.

Booth Number Vendor Name
1 Healthcare Partners of Michigan
2 BCBSM – Special Markets
3 Michigan Health Council
4 Michigan State University Federal Credit Union
5 Advocates to the Michigan Osteopathic Association (AMOA)
8 Henry Ford Wyandotte
Student Resident Advocate Association
9 Lettuce Live Well
10 Michigan Health Information Technology
11 Blue Cross Complete
12 AmeriHealth Caritas VIP Care Plus
13 Miller Vein
14 Coverys
15 MediNatura, Inc
16 Gilead Sciences - HCV
17 Pure Healthy Back
18 CareATC
19 Orexo US, Inc
20 J & M Distribution
21 Carr Healthcare Realty
22 MOPAC
23 BioMed Specialty Pharmacy
24 Med-Share Mobile Diagnostic Services
25 Med-Share Mobile Diagnostic Imaging
26 Midwestern University-CCOM/AZCOM
27 Axa Advisors
28 The Core Institute
29 Beaumont
30 Detroit Street Care

The 119th Annual Spring Scientific Convention will be held at the Westin Southfield Detroit in Southfield, MI.
For reservations, call 888-627-8558

 

 

 

 

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Speakers

The Speakers section of the mobile website is designed to offer a list of speakers who offer their presentations after their sessions for attendees to access. Once the speakers have provided their presentation to the MOA, the files will be converted to PDF files for viewing and downloading. Not all speakers will offer their materials. Materials will be posted as soon as the presentations have been shared with the MOA. The speaker files are intended for the use of attendees to the speakers sessions and are not to be reproduced or distributed. 



Speaker presentations from Thursday, May 17, 2017

MOA Business of Medicine: Transitions of Care & Care Management (3 CME): Presentation PDF

Osteopathic Identity: The Next Generation: Benjamin Visger, DO: Presentation PDF

Living Water an Osteopathic Approach to Lymphatic Conditions: Presentation PDF
— Handout: Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment-Venous Sinus Drainage Technique: Handout PDF

 

Speaker Presentations from Friday, May 18, 2018

Breakfast

Introducing Social Determinants of Health: Presentation PDF

Cardiology
Perioperative Considerations: Presentation PDF
Execise Testing: Presentation PDF

LARA
Awareness and Recognition of Human Trafficking by Healthcare Professionals: Presentation PDF
Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives: Presentation PDF

Luncheon
 

Nutrition
The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Overall Health: Presentation PDF
Yoga as Medicine: Presentation PDF
Lifestyle Keys to Vitality and Longevity: Presentation PDF
Integrative treatment options for Chronic pain: Presentation PDF
Functional Medicine and Social Determinants: Presentation PDF

 

Speaker Presentations from Saturday, May 19, 2018

Breakfast
Basic Drug Screens for Opioid Monitoring: Presentation PDF 

Diabetes
Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program: Presentation PDF

ER Critical Care
Organ Donation Overview: Presentation PDF
Sepsis Update Why do we Need a Core Measure: Presentation PDF
Strategies to Improve Door-to-Needle for TPA: Presentation PDF
Hypothermia Protocols: The Big Chill: Presentation PDF
Vasopressor Update: Presentation PDF
Non Invasive Ventilation: Presentation PDF

GI
Evaluation of Abnormal Liver Tests: Presentation PDF
Celiac Disease: Presentation PDF
Colorectal Cancer Screening: Presentation PDF
Pros and cons of PPI Therapy: Presentation PDF
 

Luncheon

Healthy Town Everywhere Update: Presentation PDF
Provider Wellness: Presentation PDF

Oncology
Are We Preventing Cancer?: Presentation PDF
Increasing Physician Activity and Awareness of Cancer Clinical Trials: Presentation PDF

Sleep
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: Presentation PDF
Sleep Apnea: Presentation PDF
Excessive daytime sleepiness and narcolepsy: Presentation PDF

Stroke
 

 

Speaker Presentations from Sunday, May 20, 2018

Breakfast
Doctor - Patient Apps: Presentation PDF

Medical Potpourri
If I Only Had a Brain...: Presentation PDF
Lines and crackles - Making sense of ILD: Presentation PDF

Physician & Patient Protection FL Series Part I 
Controlled Substance Prescribing Laws Update: Presentation PDF
Prevention of Medical Error Part 1: Presentation PDF 
Prevention of Medical Error Part 2: Presentation PDF

Physician & Patient Protection FL Series Part II

HIV and Mental Health: Presentation PDF 
HIPAA, HITECH and You: Presentation PDF
Florida Licensure and Discipline Laws: Presentation PDF