15857_SANE-A_EmailBanner [tab] [tab_item title=”Conference Information”] PROGRAM DESCRIPTION AND TARGET AUDIENCE CoxHealth Education Center is pleased to present the 28th Annual Geriatrics Conference. Nationally renowned experts in the field of Geriatrics will present the latest concepts, approaches and treatments for our aging population and updates to providing care under the Affordable Care Act. This one day conference with speakers and a rehabilitation breakout session is designed to enhance the knowledge of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, nursing home administrators, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, case managers and other interested health care providers. A wide range of topics will be discussed to enhance the care of aging patients and providing care within the guidelines of the Affordable Care Act.

MISSOURI FACTS AND FIGURES “The elderly have increased more consistently and proportionately than any age group.  Persons age 65 and over represented 10% of the population in 1950.  By 2000, their ranks had risen to 13% of the total population and it is estimated that by 2030 this group will represent more than one-fifth of Missourians (21%).  Between 1950 and 2000, the 65-and-over population grew by 85% to 755,000 persons.  This group is projected to grow by an additional 87% between 2000 and 2030 when their numbers are projected to increase to 1.4 million as the baby-boom generation progresses into this age category.”  (Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, 2012)

Resource:  Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. (2012). Missouri State Plan on Aging FY 2012-2015. Retrieved February 2014, from Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services: http://health.mo.gov/seniors/seniorservices/pdf/stateplanaging%2020122015.pdf

For more conference information, contact CoxHealth Education Center at 417-269-4117, or educationcenter@coxcollege.edu.

For a printable copy of the conference information, click here.

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GENERAL   SESSION
7:30 – 7:50 am Registration/Refreshments/Vendor Displays
7:50 – 8:00 Welcome and Announcements
8:00 – 9:00 Reducing Hospitalizations & Transitions of Care in Nursing Home Residents
Charles Crecelius, MD,PhD,FACP,CMD

  • Examine concerns for hospitalization and how to involve stakeholder
  • Identify implementation strategies such as the interact system
9:00  – 9:50 Fiscal Trends & Their Impact on Prescribers
Charles Crecelius, MD,PhD,FACP,CMD

  • Compare current and future payment methods
  • Distinguish effects of payment policies and physician care
9:50 –   10:05 Break/Refreshments/Vendor Displays
10:05 – 11:05 TBI–CVA–OD and resultant vision related issues
Bruce Kater, OD

  • Identify the effects acquired brain injuries have on visual field
  • Explain the effects acquired brain injuries have on posture, balance and spatial orientation
  • List remedial treatments for acquired brain injuries
11:05 – 11:55 Diabetic Treatment and Philosophy in the Elderly – Updates
JonBen Svoboda, MD

  • Discuss the pathophysiology and degree of diabetes in the elderly
  • Compare and contrast the different treatments and updated treatments for diabetes in the elderly
11:55 –   12:55 pm Lunch   (provided on-site)
  MEDICAL TRACK REHAB TRACK
12:55 – 1:45 Nursing Facility Litigation and Liability: A case-based tutorial
Randall Huss, MD,CMD

  • Describe the main areas of liability commonly encountered in nursing facility litigation
  • Recognize the importance of “near miss” events and subsequent implementation of follow-up action to prevent liability with adverse outcomes
  • Describe the importance of updated care plans that reflect appropriate goals of care for nursing facility residents to avoid nursing facility litigation
  • Discuss the ways the facility providers or medical director can assist the facility to avoid pitfalls in litigation
Are you dropping pearls with your MDS scheduling?
Carol Siem  MSN,RN,BC,GNP,RAC-CT

  • Compare and contrast Scheduled and Unscheduled MDS assessments
  • Analyze common errors in scheduling and how to prevent them
1:45 – 2:45 Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation – 2014 Updates
William Wright, MD, FACC

  • Explain the pathophysiology & degree of risk for stroke in atrial fibrillation
  • Relate who to treat for stroke prevention with atrial fibrillation
  • Compare and contrast the different treatments for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation
2:45 – 3:00 Break/Refreshments/Vendor Displays Gather in Main Room
3:00 – 3:50 The Kansas-Missouri TPOPP Coalition: Past, Present & Future
Sandy Silva, JD

  • Identify the evolution and core elements of the POLST paradigm, the foundation of the TPOPP initiative
  • Advocate for the adoption of the core elements to build a local TPOPP Coalition
 
3:50 – 4:40 Treatment of Fecal Incontinence
Hope Rasque, MD

  • Describe and discuss the pathophysiology & degree of risk of fecal incontinence
  • Compare and contrast the different treatments of fecal incontinence
4:40 – 5:30 Alternative Housing Options for Aging-In-Place
Jeff Barber, LEED AP architect

  • Challenge conventional notions about appropriate Aging-In-Place by considering the individual family life-cycle, physical ability, psychosocial wellness, and financial capacity
  • Describe emerging housing options that include Pocket Neighborhoods, CoHousing, Senior CoHousing and Accessory Dwelling Units (also known as In-Law appartments)
5:30 pm Evaluations/Statements of Credit/Adjournment

[/tab_item] [tab_item title=”Educational Credits”] CoxHealth is accredited by the Missouri State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. CoxHealth designates this live activity for a maximum of 8.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This Live activity, 28th Annual Geriatrics Conference, with a beginning date of 04/04/20174, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 8.00 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.

Cox College Interprofessional Simulation & Education Center is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Missouri Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

8.0 Contact Hours

The Missouri Board of Nursing Home Administrators has approved this conference for 7.5 clock hours (3.5 Administrative and 4.0 Patient Care) toward annual re-licensure of nursing home administrators.

This program has been approved for 3.0 Clock Hours by NASW-Missouri Chapter, and may be used to meet continuing education requirements for Social Work Licensure/Certification renewal.

This program has been pre-approved by The Commission for Case Manager Certification to provide continuing education credit to CCM® board certified case managers. The course is approved for 8.00 CE contact hour(s).

This program has been approved by the Arkansas Board of Physical Therapy for 8.0 contact hours and is deemed equivalent by the Missouri Board of Healing Arts per 4 CSR 150-3.203-5A and credit is pending.

This program meets the criteria for category 2.3 (attending employer-provided, workplace continuing education) Professional Development Unit activities for NBCOT© and qualifies as 8.0 contact hours (equivalent to 8.0 NBCOT© Professional Development Units).

This program has been approved by CoxHealth Stroke Center for 2.0 stroke contact hours for CoxHealth employees.

This program has been approved by CoxHealth for 1.0 trauma contact hours for CoxHealth employees.

This program has been approved by CoxHealth Cardiovascular Services for 1.0 cardiac contact hours for CoxHealth employees.

Accreditation approval only refers to this educational activity and does not imply endorsement of any commercial products by CoxHealth or any proprietary entity producing health care goods or services.

Participants will receive statements of credit at the end of the program when all requirements for credit have been met. Satisfactory completion of objectives will occur through program attendance.  Therefore contact hours will be given only for hours the participant attends.  In order to receive a statement of credit, all participants must sign-in at the registration desk and turn in a completed evaluation and Personal Verification of Attendance form at the end of the program.

Americans with Disabilities Act: If you have special needs addressed by this act, please notify us at least two weeks before this offering so that reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate your needs.

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Jeff Barber LEED AP architect
MU Extension – State Housing &
Environmental Design Specialist University of Missouri – Extension
Springfield, MO

Charles Crecelius, MD, PhD, FACP, CMD
Medical Director
Willowbrook Medical Center
St. Louis, MO

Randall Huss,MD,CMD
Rolla Division
President Mercy Clinic- Rolla
Rolla, MO

Bruce Kater,OD
Optometrist
Vision Rehabilitation of the Ozarks
Springfield, MO

Hope Rasque, MD
Colorectal Surgeon
CoxHealth
Springfield, MO

Carol Siem,RN,MSN,BC,GNP,PAC-CT
Clinical Educator
Sinclair School of Nursing University of Missouri
Columbia, MO

Sandy Silva,JD
Vice President of Education
Center for Practical Bioethics
Kansas City, MO

JonBen Svoboda, MD
Endocrinologist
CoxHealth
Springfield, MO

William Wright Jr.,MD,FACC
Cardiologist
Essese
St. Louis, MO

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Robin Grothoff, MSW, LCSW
Clinic Manager
CoxHealth Senior Health Center

Jodi Page, BSN, RN
Enterprise Educator
MONA Nurse Planner/Conference Coordinator
Cox College, Interprofessional Simulation & Education Center

William Rosen, MD
Physician Planner
Medical Director
CoxHealth Senior Health Center

Mandy (Young) Rudroff, PT
Clinical Educator
CoxHealth – Meyer Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hospital

Terry Smith, RN
MDS Coordinator CoxHealth – Meyer Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hospital

Keith Steenbergen
Nursing Home Administrator
Jordan Creek Nursing & Rehab

Judee Steward, BS
Senior Advocate
CoxHealth Senior Advantage

Ashley Taylor,PharmD
Pharmacist
CoxHealth Pharmacy

Phillip Wittmer, DO
Hospitalist
CoxHealth – Meyer Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Hospital

All planning committe members have denied any financial relationships/conflicts of interest with commercial entities for this conference.

[/tab_item] [tab_item title=”Registration Information”] To register for this conference Click Here

CANCELLATION, NO SHOW, AND REFUND POLICY Cancellations received in writing to EducationCenter@coxcollege.edu by March 31, 2014 will be entitled to a full refund. After this time, a $25 processing fee will be withheld. No refunds will be made the day of the conference.
No shows will be charged the full conference fee. In the event Education Center cancels or reschedules a course, participants are entitled to a full refund or the participant may transfer registration to the next scheduled activity. All refunds must be received in writing via email or by calling the Education Center. CoxHealth is not responsible for travel, hotel, booking fees, or other cancellation fees for registrants when an activity is cancelled.
To view the cancellation policy Click Here.

[/tab_item] [tab_item title=”Hotel Information”] Special rates are available for CoxHealth conference participants at the following hotels. Ask for the CoxHealth negotiated rate.
University Plaza Hotel and Convention Center
333 John Q. Hammons Parkway
Springfield, MO 65806
417-864-7333

Ramada Oasis Hotel and Convention Center
2546 N. Glenstone Ave
Springfield, MO 65803
417-866-5253
1-888-532-4338 (toll free)

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