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18th Annual Symposium on Wound Care 2018 Saturday, August 11, 2018 Eilan Hotel and Spa San Antonio, Texas Conference Overview The incidence of chronic wounds in the United States is approximately 5 to 7 million per year, and the annual costs for management of these wounds is greater than $20 billion. Research indicates that older adults are more prone to wound development and decreased healing efficiency. As baby boomers age, the United States General Accounting Office estimates that the Medicare population will comprise 20% of the national population by year 2030, with people age 85 and older as the fastest growing age group. Sound wound care management has become one of the most crucial issues facing the American health care system because of the exorbitant costs involved and the surge in the geriatric population. If one includes the problems of venous stasis and diabetic foot ulcers, the magnitude of the costs soars. The move to managed care, further restrictions in health care costs, increasing litigation, and governmental regulations will require that health care providers are knowledgeable about wound care and pressure ulcer prevention and able to intervene appropriately. Although, wound care has progressed rapidly during the last 20 years, if clinicians are to keep current with the increased incidence of chronic wounds they must be updated on the sophisticated therapies currently available, as well as those currently under development. This conference is designed to give physicians, registered nurses and other allied health care professionals a comprehensive overview of a variety of pertinent topics in wound healing. Target Audience Target Audience This conference is geared for physicians specializing in family practice, general practice, internal medicine, orthopaedics, podiatry, plastic surgery, vascular surgery and general surgery, as well as registered nurses, and other allied health care professionals that have an interest in current techniques of wound management. Accreditation CME Category 1: The Baptist Health System designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The Baptist Health System is accredited by the Texas Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Medical Ethics and Professional Responsibility The “Opioids and Pain Management in Wound Care” presentation has been designated by the Baptist Health System for one (1) hour of education in the area of medical ethics and/or professional responsibility for physicians. Nurses: Baptist Health System is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Texas Nurses Association – Approver, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. This activity provides up to 7.16 contact hours.
Conference Objectives Through lecture, demonstrations, case presentations, and questions/answer discussion, participants will be able to: 1. Outline best practice for the use of hyperbaric therapy for diabetic wounds. 2. Describe new techniques for improved patient outcomes in limb salvage. 3. Discuss challenges in avoiding upper extremity wounds in dialysis patients. 4. Describe best practices in wound evaluation and management 5. Discuss when and how to use off-loading devices for treatment of foot ulcer 6. Discuss best treatment options for the infected wound 7. Examine reimbursement, new coding and proper documentation for wound care 8. Assess the ethical considerations in prescribing opioids for pain management Track A: Track B: 9. Discuss the treatment for patients with wounds 14. Discuss use of dressings and other therapies from insect and animal bites that will promote wound healing 10. Describe identification and management of 15. Describe new developments in negative calciphylaxis associated with Coumadin therapy pressure wound therapy. 11. Assess the role of biopsy in wound 16. Identify venous disease and appropriate management management. 12. Examine the use of advanced wound products 17. Discuss how and when to utilize compression in surgical treatment of wounds techniques for wound management 13. Describe how autoimmune diseases affect 18. Outline criteria for vascular lab testing for lower wound healing and management. extremity ulcers Hotel Information ACCOMMODATIONS The conference will be held at the Eilan Hotel and Spa, (for GPS use 17103 La Cantera Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78256). Located just outside 1604 off IH-10 West, the Eilan Hotel and Spa is about a mile from The Shops at La Cantera, The Bass Pro Shop, Palladium Movie Theater and The Rim Shopping Center. This beautiful hotel is also just a 20-minute drive to the famous San Antonio River Walk. The Eilan Hotel is offering a room rate of $199 /night for Friday or Saturday of the conference. Click on - Reserve Your Room Now or call 210-598-2900 and ask for the Baptist Room Block rate. Please make your reservations early, the block is only available for a limited time. We suggest you bring a sweater or jacket, as the meeting room temperature may be difficult to regulate. Driving directions & parking: off IH-10 West, take the La Cantera exit and head west. Just past Six Flags entrance, turn right (north) at the “Eilan” sign. Less than ¼ mile at the stop sign, take a left. The parking you see on your right is free self-parking (the hotel entrance is at the top of the hill, just past the tennis court) OR you may valet for $15/day. American Disabilities Act: In accordance with the American Disabilities Act, all reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate persons with disabilities at this conference. Should you require special assistance, please call (210) 297-8632. No Smoking: This conference is a "No Smoking" event.
18th Annual Symposium on Wound Care 2018 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2018 SCHEDULE 7:00 – 7:45 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 7:45 – 8:00 Welcome and Announcements 8:00 – 8:30 HBO in the Diabetic Foot Ulcer: Based on Evidence or Experience? Jayesh Shah, MD 8:30 – 9:00 Can this Foot be Saved? Limb Salvage Techniques Robert Cyr, DPM 9:00 – 9:30 Upper Extremity Wound Challenges in Dialysis Patients Gerardo Ortega, MD 9:30 – 10:00 Normal and Abnormal Wound Healing Homer Reyes, MD 10:00 – 10:30 Break and Exhibits 10:30 – 11:00 Offloading Robert Cyr, DPM 11:00 – 11:30 Options for the Infected Wound Kimberly Moran, MD 11:30 – 12:00 Reimbursement, Coding and Documentation Ann Cantrell 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch 1:00 – 2:00 Opioids and Pain Management in Wound Care Rachel Xu, MD 2:00 – 2:20 Break / Move to Concurrent Sessions - Track A Track B 2:20 – 2:50 Wounds from Insect and Animal Bites Update on Dressings Noel Oliveira, MD Anne McBride, RN & Patrick Escamilla, LVN 2:50 – 3:20 Calciphylaxis and Coumadin Skin What’s New with Wound Vacs Necrosis Dominica McLendon, RN Rafael Rafols, MD 3:20 – 3:40 Break Break 3:40 – 4:10 Role of Biopsy in Wound Care Venous Disease: Diagnosis & Treatment Fernando Karst, MD Grady Alsabrook, MD 4:10 – 4:40 Advanced Wound Products in the Benefits of Compression Bandaging Surgical Treatment of Chronic Wounds Tanya Tackett, RN Rodney Chan, MD 4:40 – 5:10 Skin Changes and Wounds Related to Doppler Screening and ABI Autoimmune Disease Brian Hembling, RVT Heather McKenzie, MD 5:10 – 5:20 Evaluation and Adjournment
Faculty Grady Alsabrook, MD Anne McBride, RN, BSN, WCC Rafael Rafols, MD, CWSP, FACCWS Private Practice, Vascular Surgery Case Manager Wound Care Physician Peripheral Vascular Associates Baptist Centers for Wound DHR Wound Care Center San Antonio, Texas Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Edinburg, Texas St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital Rodney Chan, MD San Antonio, Texas Homer C. Reyes, MD Private Practice, Plastic Surgery Wound Care Physician STARS Plastic Surgery Heather A. McKenzie, M.D. Baptist Centers for Wound San Antonio, Texas Medical Director Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Baptist Centers for Wound St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital Ann Cantrell Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine San Antonio, Texas Revenue Cycle Manager Baptist Medical Center Healogics San Antonio, Texas Jayesh B. Shah, MD, FACHM, Jacksonville, Florida FUHM, FACCWS, FAPWCA, FACP Dominica J. McLendon, BS, BSN, President, American College of Robert P. Cyr, D.P.M. RN, CWON Hyperbaric Medicine Private Practice, Podiatry Staff Nurse Medical Director Lone Star Foot & Ankle Center, PA Mission Trail Baptist Hospital Baptist Centers for Wound San Antonio, Texas San Antonio, Texas Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Northeast Baptist Hospital Patrick Escamilla, LVN, CHT Kimberly A. Moran, MD Medical Director, South Texas Staff Nurse/Hyperbaric Tech Infectious Disease Wound Associates, PA Baptist Centers for Wound San Antonio Infectious Disease San Antonio, Texas Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Consultants St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital San Antonio, Texas Tanya N. Tackitt, RN, BSN, CWON San Antonio, Texas Wound Ostomy Team Noel Oliveira, MD, CWSP Baptist Medical Center Brian P. Hembling, BS, RVT Wound Care Physician San Antonio, Texas Business Development Officer DHR Wound Care Center Peripheral Vascular Associates Edinburg, Texas Rachel Y. Xu, MD San Antonio, Texas Physical Medicien & Rehabilitation Gerardo Ortega, MD, FACS Pain Medicine Fernando E. Karst, M.D. Private Practice, Vascular Surgery South Texas Spinal Clinic Medical Director Peripheral Vascular Associates San Antonio, Texas Baptist Centers for Wound San Antonio, Texas Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Mission Trail Baptist Hospital San Antonio, Texas
Committee Chairperson: Heather A. McKenzie, MD Medical Director Baptist Centers for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Baptist Medical Center Committee June Cliffe Gerardo Ortega, MD, FACS Coordinator, Continuing Medical Education Private Practice, Peripheral Vascular Surgery Baptist Health System Peripheral Vascular Associates of San Antonio Robert P. Cyr, DPM Homer C. Reyes, MD Private Practice Wound Care Physician Lone Star Foot & Ankle Center, PA Baptist Centers for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Lori Czekaj, MSN, RN-BC St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital Director of Staff Education Baptist Health System Jayesh B. Shah, MD, CWS Medical Director Danielle C. DelaFuente, RN, BSN, CVRN-BC Baptist Centers for Wound Healing & Cardiovascular Service Line Coordinator Hyperbaric Medicine Baptist Health System Northeast Baptist Hospital President, South Texas Wound Associates, PA Mary (Meg) E. Hudson, RN, BSN, CWON Certified Wound & Ostomy Nurse Michelle Speicher, DBA, BSN, RN, FACHE, Select Specialty Hospital NE-BC Cardiovascular, Oncology & Orthopedic Service Fernando E. Karst, MD Line Administrator Medical Director Baptist Health System Baptist Centers for Wound Healing & Hyperbaric Medicine Karen J. Weidlich, RN, CHRN Mission Trail Baptist Hospital Nurse Manager Baptist Centers for Wound Healing & Sue Mullen, BBA Hyperbaric Medicine Director, Continuing Medical Education St. Luke's Baptist Hospital Baptist Health System REGISTRATION INFORMATION REGISTER ON-LINE: visit www.baptisthealthsystem.com/cme Click on “Registration and More Information” Or complete the registration form on next page and fax to (210) 468-1348 secure fax. Early registration is advised as space is limited. Deadline for symposium registration is Friday, August 3, 2018. If you must cancel your registration, fees will be refunded in full if notice is received prior to August 3. There will be a processing fee for cancelations received after August 3. Baptist Health System reserves the right to cancel the course no less than one week prior to the course should circumstances make this necessary. Should the program be canceled, persons registered will be notified by email listed on your registration. For more information contact the CME Department at: email@example.com Or 210-297-8632
REGISTRATION FORM Baptist Health System – San Antonio, Texas 18th Symposium on Wound Care Saturday, August 11, 2018 ON LINE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE: www.baptisthealthsystem.com/cme Registration Fees: Employees are defined as Nurses & Physicians $ 210 Allied Health Professionals who Nurses/Allied Health Professionals $ 125 draw a paycheck from BHS San Baptist Health System & Antonio/Resolute NB Resolute Employees $ 95 Name: (PLEASE PRINT) Address: City/State/Zip Code: Phone (Daytime): Fax E-Mail Place of Employment/Department: Please Check: MD DO PA NP RN LVN Other (Please Specify): Specialty (if physician) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enclosed is my check payable to Baptist Health System Conference for $ or I authorize Baptist Health System to charge my: _____ VISA MASTERCARD ___ DISCOVER _____AMERICAN EXPRESS Account No. Exp. Date Security Code Print Name as Shown on Card Signature Make check or money order payable to: On Line Registration: For More Information Baptist Health System Conference www.baptisthealthsystem.com/cme Call the CME Dept. at Return with registration form to: Fax registration form to: (210) 297-8632 Continuing Medical Education Dept. (210) 468-1348 Web: www.baptisthealthsystem.com/cme Baptist Health System There will be a processing fee for firstname.lastname@example.org 730 N. Main #317 cancelations received after Aug 3. San Antonio, TX 78205
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