May 18-21, 2017 Southfield, MI

118th Annual Spring Scientific Convention

Michigan Osteopathic Association


 
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Spring Scientific Convention - 30+ AOA 1-A Credits Offered (Thursday-Sunday)
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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.)
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Specialty Track - ER/ Hospitalists - 8 AOA 1-A Credits (AOBFP)(Includes breakfast & lunch)
Saturday, 7 am - 4 pm
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Florida CME - 7 AOA 1-A Credits Meets Florida Relicensure Requirements
 Sunday, 7:00 am- 3:30 pm
 7 AOA 1-A Credits
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Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives - 2 AOA 1-A Credits
 Sunday, 10 am - 12 pm
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Agenda



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

9 am-3 pm
Algonquin Ballroom

MOA House of Delegates

9 am-7 pm
Pre-Function

MOA Registration
2:30-7 pm
Exhibitors

4-6 pm
Town Center EMC IV

Scientific Research Exhibits

Poster set-up

4-7 pm
Charlevoix Ballroom

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (3 CME)

Moderator: Mary Goldman, DO 
4-5 pm How to Integrate OMT into Neurology Practice & OMT Billing: Mitchell Elkiss, DO
5-6 pm OMT Billing Practices: Ben Visger, DO
6-7 pm Nerve Stretching: Mary Goldman, DO

 
CONCURRENT SESSIONS

4-7 pm
Portage Auditorium

MOA Business of Medicine (3 CME)

Moderator: Lawrence Abramson, DO
4 pm Direct Care Primary Care Contracting: John Blanchard, MD, CEO
5 pm Risk Management: Social Media and the Internet; What Physicians Need to Know: Lisa McCorkle, MSN, RN
6 pm How to Effectively Use Tele-Medicine in Practice: Emily Hurst, DO

4-7 pm
Town Center EMC II

MOA Past Presidents Meeting

4:30-6 pm
Nicolet - 2nd level

MOA Women of Excellence Reception

6-7 pm
Algonquin Room CD

MSUCOM College Reception
6:30 AM-1:30 PM
1:30-6:30 PM
Scan-in Times

6:30 am-6 pm
Pre-Function

MOA Registration

7 am-6 pm
Pre-Function

Visit with Exhibitors

7-10 am
Town Center EMC II, III

BLS Certification (3 CME)

(pre-registration required, includes breakfast)

1:45 pm-4 pm
Charlevoix Ballroom

Osteopathic Directors of Medical Education (DME Expo)

10 am-5 pm
EMC II, III

ACLS Certification (7 CME)

7:30-11:30 am
Algonquin Ballroom

Cardiology & MSU Statewide Campus System Internal Medicine Program (4 CME)

Moderator: Oluwafemi Showole, DO

7:30 am Outpatient New Diagnosis of Heart Failure Lecture and Case Presentations: Michael Abdul-Malek, DO
8:30 am Inpatient New Diagnosis of Heart Failure Lecture and Case Presentations: Michael Abdul-Malek, DO
9 am When is a patient sick enough for advanced for heart failure therapy?: Celeste Williams, MD
10 am When is a patient sick enough to start discussing Palliative Care? Annette Carron, DO
10:45 am Impotence of Cardiac Rehab in a heart failure patient  Deborah King, RN, MSN
11:15 am Case Question Review: Oluwafemi Showole, DO

 
CONCURRENT SESSIONS

7:30-11:30 am
TC Linguini's

Scientific Research Oral Presentations (4 CME)
11:30 am-12:15 pm
BREAK-Visit with Exhibitors

7:30-1:00 am
EMC IV

Scientific Research Poster Competition
1:30-5 pm
Montcalm (2nd Level)
Advocates of the Michigan Osteopathic Association (AMOA) Annual Meeting
Luncheon
12:15-1:15 pm
Algonquin Ballroom
Lunch & CME (1 CME)

(pre-registration required, $25 lunch or free for standing room only if space available)
Moderator: R Taylor Scott, DO
American Osteopathic Foundation Update 12:20 pm
Importance of Physician Recognition in Human Trafficking: LaClaire Bouknight, MD

1:15-2 pm
Pre-Function
BREAK-Visit with Exhibitors
1:30-5 pm
Town Center EMC III
Osteopathic Intern, Resident and New Physician Program

Coordinator: Matt Bombard, DO, Chair, Intern-Resident Committee
(Reception located in continuous break area)
1:30 – 1:40 p.m. Welcome Matthew Bombard, D.O., Chair, Council of Interns and Residents

1:40 – 3:00 p.m. Negotiating Your First Contract Susan Sanford Discussion on negotiating contracts and what to look out for

3:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Partial Sponsor: Mason Novess, State Farm Agent Brief discussion on insurance options

3:30 – 4:15 p.m. Transitioning from Resident to Attending, Panel Discussion

4:15 – 5:00 p.m. Wound Care Kurt Anderson, DO
5:00 p.m. Raffle Prize Drawing (Must be present to win)

2-4 pm
Algonquin Ballroom
Advancements in Cancer Management for Primary Care, part 2 (2 CME)
Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Moderator: Kathleen Rollinger, DO
2-2:35 pm What Do Immunotherapies Mean for Cancer Treatment? Eugene Ahn, MD
2:35-3:10 pm Integrative Oncology: How Can It Help Your Patient? Christina Shannon, ND, FABNO
3:10-3:45 pm It’s a Matter of Practice: Utilizing Palliative & Survivorship Care Plans in the Clinic: Mary Jo Voelpel, DO, MA, FACOI, FACNM
3:45-4 pm Q&A Panel Discussion

4-6 pm
Algonquin Ballroom
High Risk Patient Populations (2 CME)

Moderator: Kathleen Rollinger, DO
4 pm Care of Transgender Patients: William Powers, DO
5 pm LGBT Preventative Medicine: Andrew Adair, DO, FACOFP

2-6 pm
Windover 

Geriatrics (4 CME)

Moderator: Carol Monson, DO, & John Bodell, DO, FACOS& John Bodell, DO, FACOS
2 pm Aging Patients in the Emergency Department: Mary Hughes, DO, FACEP
3 pm Healing the Wounds of Body, Mind & Spirit in Geriatrics: Carol Monson, DO
4 pm Geriatric Urology: David Wartinger, DO
5 pm OMT in the Geriatric Patient: Hollis King, DO, PhD

4-6 pm
T.C. Linguinis

49ers (by invitation only)
3-5 
Board of Trustees 
Women of Excellence - Contract Review Workshop

Susan Sanford, JD

4:30-6:30 pm
Charlevoix C
Women of Excellence

Reception (No ticket required, all welcome)

5:30-7 pm
Osteopathic College Night Receptions

Room: Montcalm

 

Room: Board of Trustees

 

Room: Board of Directors

EMC II, III

ALCS Certification/Re-Certification (5 CME)
(pre-registration required)
1-6 pm
EMC II, III
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) (5 CME)

(pre-registration required, includes breakfast & manual)

7:30-11:30 am
Charlevoix

Diabetes Session (4 CME)

Moderator: Harold Friedman, DO
7:30 am Principles for the Care of People with or at Risk for Diabetes, Using an InterProfessional
Physician-led Healthcare Team in a Chronic Care Model: Brenda Rogers-Grays, DO
8:30 am Blood Glucose Monitoring, Diabetic Management and Medications: Michael Brennan, DO, MS, FACE
9:30 am Collaborative Practice for Diabetic Patient Self-Management and Support; Medical Nutrition Therapy, Diabetic Education, Physical Activity and Exercise, Patient Activation, and Use of Technology to Improve Patient Care and Outcomes; Moderator: Brenda RogersGrays, DO, Panelists: Joseph Leonard, R.Ph; Beth Maurer, RN, MSA,CDE; Jackie Edward, Office Manager
10:30 am Identifying and Managing Diabetes Complications and Related Comorbidities: Lowell Schmeltz, MD, FACE

 
CONCURRENT SESSIONS

7-7:30 pm
7:30-11:30 am
Portage Auditorium

 

TeamHealth Specialty Track
Hospitalist CME Session (4 CME) (includes breakfast, lunch)

Moderator: James Clinton, DO, FACP
7:30 am Picture Perfect: Case Portraits in Medicine: Belinda Kakos, DO
8:30-10:30 am Pre-op Evaluation & Post-Acute Care: Rafael Barretto, DO, FACOI
10:30 am Bundled Payments: Jerry Wilborn, MD, FCCP

Breakfast 7-7:30 am
7:30-11:30 am
Windover

 

Emergency Medicine CME Session (4 CME) (includes breakfast, lunch)

Moderator: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP
7:30 am Eye Emergencies: Zafar Shamoon, DO
8 am Hypertension in the ED: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP
8:30 am Provider Wellness: Zafar Shamoon, DO
9 am Emergency Ultrasound, Extended FAST Exam: Leonard Bunting, MD
9:30 am Convincing your Hospital you Need an Observation Unit: Wesley Martus, MD
10 am Emergency Ultrasound, Hypotensive Survey: Leonard Bunting, MD
10:30 am Nuts and Bolts of Starting an Observation Unit: Wesley Martus, MD
11 am AMA in the ED: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP

Charlevoix
12-4 PM

Transition of Care (4 CME)

Moderator: Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP
12-1 pm Post-Acute Care: Jerry Wilborn, MD, FCCP
1-2 pm MACRA: Ewa Matuszewski, CEO, Medical Network One
2-3 pm Palliative Care: Sonali Wilborn, MD, MBA
3-4 pm Real Solutions for Hospitalist Emergency Medicine Conflict: Belinda Kakos, DO

11:30 am-1:30 pm

Nicolet

AMOA Installation Luncheon

12:15-1:15 pm
Algonquin

Lunch & CME (1 CME)

Moderator: Edward Jelonek, DO
Access to Behavioral Health – Structuring a Delivery System to Meet Michigan’s Needs:
Lynda Zeller, Deputy Director, MDHHS
(pre-registration required, $25 plated lunch or standing room only space permitting) 

2-6 pm
EMC IV
Behavioral Health (4 CME)

Moderator: John Bodell, DO, FACOS
2 pm MAPS Reporting System: Kim Gaedeke, Director of Bureau of Prof. Licensing LARA
3 pm Medical & Recreational Use of Marijuana-What Physicians Need to Know:
Robert Piccinini, DO, dFACN
4 pm Mental Health in Primary Care: Lori Zeman, PhD, Medical Network One
5 pm Identification and Supports for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients: Heather Little, DO

 
CONCURRENT SESSION
2-6 pm
Portage 
Medical Fusion (4 CME)

Moderator: Patrick Botz, DO
2 pm EMR: Making it Work for Physicians: Jeffrey Williamson, DO
3 pm Opportunities to Improve Care Beyond the EMR: Tim Pletcher, MIHIN
4 pm Wound Care: Jaret Beane, DO, MHS, FACOS, FACS, FAPWCA
5 pm Evidence-Based Evaluation and Management of Low Back Pain with Improved Outcomes: Eric Kovan, DO

4-5 pm
Charlevoix 
Geriatric Session Debriefing (1CME)

Carol Monson, DO

7 pm
Algonquin
MOA Presidents Reception: Honoring John Sealey, DO, FACOS
6:30 am-12 pm
12-4:30 PM
Scan-in Times

7 am-4 pm
 

MOA Registration

7-8 am
Algonquin

Breakfast & CME (1 CME)

(breakfast included in registration fee)
Moderator: Lawrence Abramson, DO, MPH
Physicians Engaging Their Community to Improve Health Behaviors: HealthyTown Everywhere; Paul Ehrmann, DO

8 am-1 pm
Windover

PALS Certification (5 CME)

10 am-12 pm
Charlevoix

Dialogues in Patient/Physician Protection Issues (4 CME)

(meets Florida re-licensure requirements)
Moderator: Francis Komara, DO
8 am HIV/AIDS Update for Primary Care Providers: Peter Gulick, DO, FACOI
9 am Professional and Medical Ethics: Peter J Hammer, JD, PhD
10 am-12 pm Prevention of Medical Errors, Case Studies to Mitigate Medic

 
CONCURRENT SESSION
10-12 pm
Opioid Prescribing-Safe Practice, Changing Lives (2 CME)

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. 

Lunch Break
12-12:30 pm

Boxed lunch $20, pre-registration required

12:30-4 pm

Algonquin 

 

Dialogues in Patient/Physician Protection Issues (3.5 CME)

Moderator: Harold Friedman, DO
12:30-2 pm Federal and State Laws Related to the Prescribing of Controlled Substances:David Neff, DO; David Best, DO; William Morrone, DO, MS, FACOFP
2 pm Domestic Violence: Kole Wyckhuys, Prevention Education Program Director,HAVEN-Oakland
3 pm Florida Laws & Rules: Dan Schulte, JD, Kerr Russell Law

4 pm
Program Conclusion - Thanks 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 30-33 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

Evaluations

Thank you to those who plan on attending the MOA 118th 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

Programs and Receptions
— THURSDAY, MAY 18 —

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

Life Professionals Photo Session 
Time: 11 am-2 pm Room: Windover

Visit with Exhibitors
Time: 2:30-7:00 pm Room: Foyer

Scientific Research Exhibit Set up
Time: 4-6:00 pm Room: EMC IV

Past President's Meeting
Time: 4-7 pm Room: Nicolet (2nd level)

McLaren Macomb Foundation Reception
Time: 5:30-7:30 pm Room: TC Linguini's

MSUCOM College Reception 
Time: 5:30-7 pm Room: Algonquin Room

24Fifties
Time: 7-8:30 pm Room: Windover

 FRIDAY, MAY 19  

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

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

Scientific Research Oral Presentations
Time: 7:30-11:30 am Room: TC Linguini's

DME Expo
9:30-12 pm Room: Charlevoix
MSUCOM SCS Internal Medicine PAC Meeting
Time: 11:30-1 pm Room: Nicolet

MOA Council of Interns & Residents & MSUCOM Students 
Time: 1:30-5:00 pm Room: Portage Auditorium 

Advocates of the Michigan Osteopathic Association (AMOA) Annual Meeting
Time: 1:30-5 pm Room: Montcalm (2nd Level)

Women of Excellence-Contract Review Workshop
Time: 3-5 pm Room: Board of Trustees/Board of Regents

MOA Women of Excellence Reception (No ticket required, all welcome)
Time: 4:30-6 pm Room: Charlevoix C 

49ers (by invitation only)
Time: 4-6 pm Room: TC Linguinis

Osteopathic College Night Receptions
Time: 5:30-7 pm 

   A.T. Still University 
   Room: Montcalm

   Kansas City University 
   Room: Board of Trustees

   Midwestern University 
   Room: Board of Directors

 SATURDAY, MAY 20 

Visit with Exhibitors
Time: 7:00 am-3:00 pm Room: Foyer

AMOA Installation Luncheon
Time: 11:30 am-2 pm
Room: Nicolet

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

MOA Presidents Reception: Honoring John Sealey, DO, FACOS
Time: 7 pm-9:00 pm
Room: Algonquin
 

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 MOA Spring Scientific Research Exhibit Competition was a tremendous success!  With over 80 submissions the judges were overwhelmed with quality research and presentations.  We would like to thank all of the students, residents/interns and practicing physicians who participated, and we would especially like to thank the judges for their time and dedication. 

The 2017 SRE Winners: 

Clinical Research 1st Place
Quality Improvement: Incentive Spirometer use for Prevention of Postoperative Pulmonary Complications after Major General Abdominal Surgeries 

Lucky Vang, D.O., Henry Ford Wyandotte, General Surgery Resident, Anna Lehrberg, D.O.,Ayda Dashtaei, D.O.

Clinical Research 2nd Place 
A Prospective, Randomized Study to Assess Treatment of Renal Calculi, Renal Injury, and Cost at Different Rates of extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy 

Gaurav Mehta, DO, McLaren Macomb Hospital, Robert, Elgin D.O., Julie, Carter, D.O., Gregory, McIntosh, D.O.

Clinical Research 3rd Place
Effective and Complete Documentation of ACLS Protocol within St. John Macomb Campus

Dustin Harmon, D.O.; Ryan Kahl, D.O. St.John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Jon Mackey, D.O. St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Stephen Kehres, D.O. St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital Deborah LeVan, D.O., MACOI St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Michael Shaw, PhD St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital, St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital Internal Medicine Residency

Oral Case Presentation
An Unusual Acute Ischemic Stroke in a Young Adult Male Presenting as Headache and Cerebellar Deficits

Prashant Patel; Chris Jacob, D.O.; Carleigh Zahn, D.O., Brian Hays, D.O.; Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine 

Oral Research Presentation
High throughput Screen for Molecular Activators of Smooth Muscle 22 (SM22) Gene Expression (poster 73)
Meghan Piccinin, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Michigan State University-Detroit Medical Center, Danielle, Garshott, Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Priyanka, Annam, Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Department of Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Maozhou, Yang, Henry Ford Hospital, Bone and Joint Center, Yue, Xi, Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Amy, Bownell, Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, 48201, USA Xiaohua, Dai, Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Department of Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Li, Li, Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Department of Internal Medicine, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Andrew, Fribley, Carman and Ann Adams Department of Pediatrics, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit,  Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Molecular Therapeutics Program, Karmanos Cancer Institute, Wayne State University School of Medicine

Best Case Presentation 
Acquired Hemophilia: An Uncommon Case of Factor VIII Antibodies

Jason Betcher, Marc Feldman, MD, Sinai-Grace Hospital - Internal Medicine Department;1. Authority Health Internal Medicine Residency Program, Detroit, MI 2. Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 

Basic Science Research (PhD-DO)
The Probiotic Bacterium Lactobacillus reuteri Suppresses Osteoclastogenesis via GPR120 as a Potential Mechanism to Improve Bone Health
Darin Quach, DO, Michigan University (DO/PhD program) Department of Microbiology and Molecular
Genetics College of Osteopathic Medicine

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, visit: www.domoa.org/sre

Sponsors

Exhibitors

Be sure to visit all of our wonderful exhibitors!

Booth  Organization
1 Pfizer Pharmaceuticals
2 DO's Together
3 Orexo U.S., Inc.
4 Sunovion Pharmaceuticals
5 Advocates to the Michigan Osteopathic Association (AMOA)
6 MOA Political Action Committee (MOPAC)
7 Alkermes, Inc
8 Henry Ford Wyandotte Student Resident Advocate Association
9 Janssen Pharmaceutica
10 Med-Share Mobile Diagnostic Services
11 Sanofi
12 Gilead Sciences - HCV
13 Cancer Treatment Centers of America
14 MPRO
15 BCBSM Foundation
16 Spectrum Health
17 Pure Healthy Back
18 Altarum Institute
19 Advanced Screening and Wellness
20 MAQI Anticoagulation Toolkit
(Michigan Anticoagulation Quality Improvement Initiative)
21 Midwestern University-CCOM/AZCOM 
22 The Doctors Company
23 TeamHealth
24 Michigan Medicaid EHR Incentive Program
25 Miller Vein
26 Allure Medical Spa
27 Online Trading Academy
28 The Core Institute
29 McLaren Health Care 
30 BCBSM
31 Mission to Peru
32 Prize Raffle Table
33 Exhibitor Check-In table
34 BioMed Specialty Pharmacy

Hotel

Speakers



4-7 pm Charlevoix Ballroom

Mitchell Elkiss, DO, Osteopathic Neurology
Ben Visger, DO, OMT Billing Practices
Mary Goldman, DO, Nerve Stretching-OMT

4-7 pm Portage Auditorium

John Blanchard, MD, CEO,  Direct Care Primary Care Contracting
Lisa McCorkle, MSN, RN, Risk Management: Social Media and the Internet; What Physicians Need to Know
Emily Hurst, DO, How to Effectively Use Tele-Medicine in Practice

6:30-7:30 am

David Best, DO, MS, ABAM, Physicians and the Opioid Epidemic

7:30-11:30 am
 

Michael Abdul-Malek, DO, Outpatient New Diagnosis of Heart Failure Lecture and Case Presentations
Inpatient New Diagnosis of Heart Failure Lecture and Case Presentations
Celeste Williams, MD, Stage C/D Heart Failure, Heart Failure Clinic and End Stage Heart Failure
Heart Failure Case Presentations
1:30-3 pm

Susan Sanford, Negotiating Your First Contract

2-3 pm Mary Hughes, DO, Aging Patients in the Emergency Department
3-4 pm Carol Monson, DO, Alternative Approaches to Body, Mind and Spirit
4-5 pm William Powers, DO, Care of Transgender Patients
4-5 pm David Wartinger, DO, Urology in Geriatric Patient
5-6 pm Hollis King, DO, PhD, OMT in the Geriatric Patient

7-8 am

Brenda Rogers-Grays, DO, Principles for the Care of People With or at Risk for Diabetes

7:30-8 am Belinda Kakos, DO, IVF/Electrolytes
8-8:30 am Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP, Hypertension in the ED
8:30-9 am Zafar Shamoon, DO, Provider Wellness

8:30-9:30 am

Michael Brennan, DO, Blood Glucose Monitoring

9-9:30 am Leonard Bunting, MD, Emergency Ultrasound: Extended FAST Exam
9:30-10 am Wesley Martus, MD, Convincing your Hospital you Need an Observation Unit
10:30-11:30am Lowell Schmeltz, MD, FACE, Identifying and Managing Diabetes Complications and Related Comorbidities
11-11:30 am Chad Kovala, DO, FACOEP, AMA in the ED
12:15-1:15 pm Lynda Zeller, Deputy Dir. Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Administration, MDHHS, Access to Behavioral Health, Rehabilitation and the Equity Act Structuring a Delivery System to Meet Michigan's Needs
2-3 pm Kim Gaedeke, Director Bureau of Professional Licensing LARA, MAPS Reporting System
2-3 pm Jeffrey Williamson, DO, EMR: Making it Work for Physicians
3-4 pm Robert Piccinini, DO, dFACN, Medical & Recreational Use of Marijuana-What Physicians Need to Know
3-4 pm Tim Pletcher, MIHIN, Opportunities to Improve Care Beyond the EMR
4-5 pm James Snyder, DO, Neurology/Oncology Tumor Board
4-5 pm Kevin Denlinger, DO, Mental Health in Primary Care
5-6 pm Heather Little, DO, Identification and Supports for Autism Spectrum Disorder Patients in Michigan
5-6 pm Eric Kovan, DO, Evidence-Based Evaluation and Management of Low Back Pain with Improved Outcomes

7-8 am

Paul Ehrmann, DO, Engaging Their Community to Improve Health Behaviors: HealthyTown Everywhere

8-9 am Peter Gulick, DO, FACOI, HIV/AIDS Update for Primary Care Providers
9-10 am Peter J Hammer, JD, PhD, Professional and Medical Ethics

10 am-12 pm

William Morrone, DO, MS, FACOFP, Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives
10 am- 12 pm Gary Roth, DO, FACOS, FCCM, FACS, Prevention of Medical Errors-Case Studies to Mitigate Medical Error in Ambulatory and Inpatient Settings
12:30-2 pm David Neff, DO, Federal and State Laws Related to the Prescribing of Controlled Substances
2-3 pm Kole Wyckhuys, Haven-Oakland, Domestic Violence
3-4 pm Dan Schulte, JD, Florida Laws & Rules