Thursday Sessions


Thursday Concurrent Tracks

Practice Administration Sessions

Adolescent Medicine Sessions

12:30-1:15pm

Telemedicine 3.0 - Where We Are and Where We Are Going Ethics

Objectives:

  • Demonstrate understanding of best practices for pediatric Telehealth in a post-pandemic world
  • Identify the ethical implications of the use of Telehealth both during and after a pandemic

Speakers:
Seth D Kaplan, MD
Marcial Oquendo, MD

 

"My Teenager Refuses to Shower": Review of Pediatric OCD for the Primary Care Provider

Objectives:

  • Describe by using a case the signs and symptoms of OCD in children and adolescents presenting in the primary care setting and how to differentiate from other conditions
  • Summarize the DSM-5 criteria for OCD
  • Summarize the pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic management of OCD

Speakers:
Joseph Shotwell, MD

1:15-2:00pm

ABC’s of VBC's: How to Have a Successful Value-Based Care Contract
Ethics

Objectives:

  • Summarize a brief history of the development and evolution of value-based care in the CMS programs and commercial insurances.
  • Discuss the principles that success with alternative payment contracts in the Medicaid/Medicare and commercial space have in common, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
  • Identify tools and resources, including quality provider/practice advisers, for physicians currently in, or considering accepting, value-based contracts.

Speakers:
Marcial Oquendo, MD
Brendle Glomb, MD

 

Menstrual Regulation & Contraception in the Non-neurotypical Patient
Ethics

Objectives:

  • Identify non-neutotpyical patients who would benefit from various contraceptive methods
  • Demonstrate skills to evaluate consent and assent for reproductive services in a non-neurotypical adolescent
  • Differentiate contraceptive options for specific patient diagnoses and goals.

Speakers:
Elvira Chiccarelli, MD
Kayla Jager, MD

2:00-2:30pm Break

2:30-3:15pm

The New Normal: Billing Based on Medical-Decision-Making

Objectives:

  • Identify the new changes for the billing rules of 2021 and beyond
  • Present the current rules and how to apply to pediatric practices
  • Present examples of levels of care based on the new billing guidelines

Speakers:
Marcial Oquendo, MD

 

Are You PrEPared?

Objectives:

  • Discuss components, safety, and efficacy of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)  to reduce risk of HIV infection
  • Describe at least two indications for starting HIV PrEP in adolescents and young adults
  • Identify strategies and barriers to prescribing PrEP for adolescents and young adults

Speakers:
M. Brett Cooper, MD
May Lau, MD

3:15-4:00pm

Project ECHO THRIIVE: Targeting High Risk Infants through Interactive Validated Education

Objectives:

  • Identify the barriers in providing primary care for the NICU graduate
  • Demonstrate an understanding of best practices when addressing nutrition and feeding concerns in the outpatient management of the preterm infant
  • Identify the red flags in monitoring development of the preterm infant, and differentiate between the various therapy interventions.

Speakers:
Sandra McKay, MD
Autumn Atkinson, MD

Recognizing and Treating Substance Use Disorder in Youth
Ethics

Objectives:

  • Discuss screening for alcohol and drug use disorders in youth
  • Manage adolescents with substance use disorders in the clinical setting
  • Explain the role of Medication Assisted Treatment in youth with substance use disorders

Speakers:
Rohit Shenoi, MD
Edore Onigu-Otite, MD