CME Track 1: Friday

Friday, August 3, 2018

Navigating Florida’s Medical Landscape

CME sessions to help you maintain your Florida license & address key issues that affect FL-licensed physicians. 7.5 credits
Free for FMA members and physician assistant associate members; $425 non-members physicians and PAs;
Be sure to RSVP specifically for the sponsored lunch when registering ($15 to reserve a seat).


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10:00 am12:00 pmEssentials of Incorporating Medical Education Into Your Practice presented by CFMSD and FMASt. Croix 2
9:00 am10:55 amPrevention of Medical Errors*
Presenter:
Kim Hathaway, RN, MSN, LHRM, CPHRM, CPHQ, Patient Safety Healthcare Quality and Risk Management Consultant, The Doctors Company
Description: This session features the mandatory content required by the Florida Boards of Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine for prevention of medical errors including root cause analysis, error reduction and prevention, patient safety, and the most commonly mis-diagnosed conditions identified by the two Boards. 2 credits
11:00 am11:55 amFlorida Laws, Rules and Ethics for Healthcare Professionals**
Presenter:
Edwin Bayó. Esq., Board Certified in State & Federal Government and Administrative Practice
Description: This session is intended to de-mystify Florida’s physician licensure and regulatory process and to highlight the top regulatory and ethical issues currently affecting Florida-licensed physicians. 1 credit
12:00 pm1:00 pmSponsored Lunch Keynote: Walser Wealth ($15)
Reversal of Fortune… Markets heading down, Taxes heading up…What play can you make to flip this equation?
Presenter: Rebecca Walser, J.D., LLM, CFP is a seasoned wealth management advisor specializing in strategic tax and financial planning for high net worth individuals and families. Be sure to choose this session when registering and pay to reserve a seat. You will receive a lunch ticket with your registration materials. (not for CME credit)
1:30 pm2:30 pmDrugs in America
Presenter:
Bob Stutman, Former DEA Agent
Description: This eye-opening presentation will provide thought-provoking insights into the causes and effects of the current “Opioid Crisis.” 1 credit
2:45 pm4:45 pmControlled Substance Prescribing
Presenters:
Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski, Esq., Former Metro Detroit Felony Prosecutor and Martha E. Brown, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, UF College of Medicine and Associate Medical Director, PRN
Description: This session fulfills the new CME requirement for Florida licensee who are registered with the DEA and authorized to prescribe controlled substances. The course will highlight updated and new prescribing laws and rules; emphasize the current standards for prescribing controlled substances, particularly opiates; discuss alternatives to opiates including nonpharmacological options; and address the risks of opioid addiction following all stages of treatment in the management of acute pain. 2 credits
4:45 pm5:15 pmQ&A Session
5:30 pm6:30 pmKeynote: Redesigning Clinical Workflow; Returning Joy to Patient Care
Presenter:
Paul DeChant, M.D., M.B.A., Senior Advisor, IBM Watson Health
Description: Dr. Paul DeChant is an experienced physician executive, C-suite coach, and expert on physician burnout. During this presentation, DR. DeChant will share his insights about preventing and reversing physician burnout, and restoring a sense of joy and purpose in your practice. 1 credit

CME Track 2: Saturday

Saturday, August 4, 2018

Physician Wellness: Reclaiming the Satisfaction of Practice

4.5 credits if you attend the Lunch Keynote
$150 FMA members and physician assistant associate members;
$300 for non-member physicians and non-member physician assistants.

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8:00 am12:00 pmPhysician Wellness: Reclaiming the Satisfaction of Practice
Description:
Quality care and patient safety depend heavily upon the health and well-being of the physicians and other healthcare professionals tasked with the care of patients. Yet more and more often, physicians suffer from burnout, diminishing lack of personal satisfaction with their practice, and disengagement from those they serve. This panel-based activity will provide an overview and assessment of the current landscape that exists and offer practical tips, tactics, and strategies to encourage physician wellness and create a sustainable culture of wellness and resiliency in practice.
Panelists: Martha E. Brown, M.D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry, UF College of Medicine and Associate Medical Director, Professionals Resource Network (moderator); Paul DeChant, M.D., M.B.A., Senior Advisor, IBM Watson Health; Kim Hathaway, MSN, RN, LHRM, CPHRM, CPHQ, Patient Safety Healthcare Quality and Risk Management Consultant, The Doctors Company; Lisa Merlo Greene, Ph.D., Director of Wellness Programs, UF College of Medicine, and Director of Research, Professionals Resource Network; and Amaryllis Sanchez Wohlever, M.D., Impact Writing and Coaching, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, FSU College of Medicine. 3.5 credits
12:15 pm1:30 pmLunch Keynote: Driving Change: Lifestyle choices made easier
Available to CME Track 2 Attendees and others who register on-site.
Presenter: Amaryllis Sanchez Wohlever, M.D, Impact Writing and Coaching, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, FSU College of Medicine
Description: Dr. Amaryllis Sanchez Wohlever is a renowned speaker, retreat leader, coach and consultant. She is “passionate about physician wellness, burnout prevention, and Helping Docs Thrive™ in the midst of a broken system in constant flux.” This presentation will highlight strategies that physicians can rely upon to counsel their patients and encourage them in eating more healthfully and making better lifestyle choices. 1 credit


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CME Track 3: Sunday

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Physician Leadership: Learning to Lead

3.5 credits
$125 FMA members and physician assistant associate members;
$250 non-member physicians and non-member physician assistants.

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8:00 am12:00 pmPhysician Leadership: Learning to Lead
Description:
Physician engagement and leadership are key indicators that can separate good healthcare organizations from great ones. This interactive session will feature didactic presentation and exercises to help participants hone their leadership/communication skills and improve their ability to lead a healthcare team and support the strategic initiatives of their organization.
Facilitators: Ulli Munroe , Owner, Munroe Consulting, and Debra Williamson, M.D., FMA Member and Founder, Pivot Pint Redesign. 3.5 credits
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Complete your mandatory courses live at Annual Meeting on Friday (MDs and DOs). Any credit you earn through the FMA will be reported for you to the Florida Department of Health’s continuing education tracking system, CE Broker.

Accreditation: The Florida Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CME Designation: The Florida Medical Association designates these live activities for a maximum of 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.