Friday Sessions

Friday, September 20, 2019

9:15-10:15 am
Hospital Statusing and Documentation in a New Age: Understanding Medicaid Regulatory Requirements 
Objectives:
1. Demonstrate knowledge of a bundled-payment coding and reimbursement model
2. Summarize best practices for accurate documentation of patient care
3. Identify appropriate patient statusing for in-hospital care
Speakers:
Alyssa A Riley, MD, MEd
Jennifer Goodrich, MD
Alan W Mincher, MD
Teaching Assistants: Dan Quan, MD & Annemarie G Wolfe, MD

9:15-9:45 am
Application of the science of Nurture to NICU [MOC Part II Session]
Objectives:
1. Summarize the development of the autonomic nervous system
2. Describe Nurture
3. Discuss the Family Nurture Intervention Study in NICU
Speaker:
Alice Kim Gong, MD

9:15-10:15 am
Discipline Strategies and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) 
Objectives:
1. Identify the latest evidence on the long-term outcome of children disciplined with corporal punishment to the families they serve.
2. Identify the evidence-based parent education programs promoting positive and effective discipline techniques
3. Demonstrate knowledge of evidence-based discipline strategies when interacting with families.
Speakers:
Anne-Marie Hain, MD
Reagan L Kinnear, PhD, LP, NCSP

9:45-10:15 am
Seminal Advances (and Errors) in Neonatology Through the Decades [Ethics]
Objectives:
1. Identify that a knowledge of history allows a more careful approach to both new and old potential therapies
2. Summarizing the history of neonatology allows an appreciation of the ethical issues involving this population
3. Can demonstrate the pitfalls and biases that may be present in assessing new treatment in the neonate
Speaker:
Michael E. Speer, MD

10:30-11:30 am
Billing and coding from the already too busy pediatrician [MOC Part II Session]
Objectives: 
1. Summarize different level of care
2. Present real world cases and examples of billing
3. Identify useful codes to maximize revenue in everyday practice.
Speaker: 
Marcial A Oquendo Rincon MD, FAAP

10:30-11:00 am
The Opioid Crisis and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) [Ethics]
Objectives: 
1. Identify newborns at risk for NAS
2. Recognize the symptoms of NAS and discuss treatment options
3. Describe potential long-term sequelae of fetal exposure to opioids
Speaker:
Tiffany McKee-Garrett, MD, FAAP

10:30-11:00 am
Concussions in Children: What's new and how should it change my practice? 
Objectives: 
1. Summarize new CDC/AAP evidence-based guidelines on outpatient concussion evaluation including patients who require ED evaluation and neuroimaging
2. Demonstrate understanding of current CDC/AAP recommendations on outpatient concussion management including return to play and return to learn guidelines
3. Identify patients who require referral to a sports medicine or concussion specialist for further management of concussion
Speakers:
Tracy E McCallin, MD
Shane M Miller, MD, FAAP

11:00-11:30 am
Beyond the Opioid Epidemic-  Neonates Exposed to Other Illicit Drugs 
Objectives: 
1. Demonstrate the increase in maternal substance abuse and as a nation are we prepared?
2. Recognize the congenital effects in neonates and gaps in available evidence based management in neonatal withdrawal from these illicit substances
3. Discuss the complicated social aspect of maternal substance abuse
Speaker:
Monica Ramos, MD

11:00-11:30 am
Typical and Atypical Development-When Should We Be Concerned
Objectives: 
1. Identify at least 3 examples of typical social communication development in infants and in toddlers.
2. Identify at least 3 pertinent social communication indicators for immediate evaluation in infants and in toddlers
3. Identify at least 3 new action items to incorporate into practice from the PCP Road Map
Speakers: 
Pauline A. Filipek, MD, FAAP

1:30-2:30 pm & repeated again from 3:45-4:45 pm
Strategies to Enhance Compassion Satisfaction and Reduce Burnout and Traumatic Stress [Ethics]
Objectives: 
1. Differentiate burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and compassion satisfaction, and outline their scope and impact in physicians
2. Identify evidence-based strategies individuals can take to increase compassion satisfaction and reduce stress
3. Discuss organizational-level shifts than can increase wellness and reduce burnout
Speakers:
Sara E Pollard, PhD
Heidi K Roman, MD

1:30-2:30 pm & repeated again from 3:45-4:45 pm
Providing a Health Welcome: Care of the Immigrant Child 
Objectives: 
1. Describe the immigrant child population and the unique health factors that impact immigrant children and their families
2. Discuss communication techniques for obtaining an immigration history
3. Use case studies to demonstrate how to utilize immigrant-specific clinical resources to develop a diagnostic and treatment plan for the immigrant child
4. Outline strategies to address the physical, mental, and psychosocial health needs of immigrant children in different clinical settings

Speakers: 
Padma Swamy, MD, MPH
Karla M Fredricks, MD, MPH
Hilda Loria, MD, FAAP
Lisa Ayoub-Rodriguez, MD 
Jessica Gomez, PsyD

1:30-3:15 pm
Keeping Kids Safe Around the Water: Updates and AAP Recommendations on Drowning Prevention 
[MOC Part II Session]

Objectives: 
1. List the most current drowning statistics nationwide and the problem’s scope in the state of Texas
2. Describe the key drowning prevention strategies outlined in the revised AAP drowning policy statement
3. Utilize epidemiology of drowning and knowledge of water safety counseling strategies to develop anticipatory guidance on drowning for pediatric patients
Speakers: 
Shabana Yusuf, MD
Tracy E McCallin, MD

2:30-3:15 pm &  repeated again from 4:45-5:30 pm
Physician Wellness and Resilience 
Objectives: 
1. Review current trends for resident and career physician burnout and job satisfaction
2. Identify factors that help promote organizational and individual resilience
3. Discuss individual and group experiences with seeking help
Speaker:
Alyson Kiyoko Nakamura, MD

2:30-3:15 pm & repeated again from 4:45-5:30 pm
Immigration Law, Policy, and Advocacy: The Role of the Pediatrician [Ethics]
Objectives: 
1. Review current immigration law and policy as it relates to immigrant children
2. Recognize the impact of immigration-related laws and policies on the health and well-being of immigrant children and families
3. Discuss the various ways that pediatricians can advocate for the health and well-being of immigrant children
Speakers: 
Hilda M Loria, MD, FAAP
Lisa Ayoub-Rodriguez, MD
Mary Elizabeth Cedillo-Pereira
Kim C Avila Edwards, MD

3:45-5:30 pm
Substance Use Disorders: Practical Tips for Pediatricians 
Objectives: 
1. Describe techniques to screen and assess youth with substance use disorders
2. Perform the brief intervention for substance use counseling
3. Explain the behavioral and varied medication-assisted treatment options for substance use disorders
Speakers: 
May Lau, MD, MPH
David L Atkinson, MD
Sheryl Ryan, MD