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ACP INTERNAL MEDICINE MEETING 2020 LOS ANGELES, CA April 23-25, 2020

Pre-Courses: April 21–22

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A Learning Experience Like No Other Welcome to your first look at the variety of learning opportunities available at ACP’s Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 in Los Angeles. Explore the robust schedule of over 200 high-quality scientific sessions and other unique and enriching events designed just for you. Whether you’re a Meeting veteran or attending for the first time, you’re sure to enjoy gathering with your peers for this exceptional education experience. There’s no time like the present to take advantage of all the meeting has to offer. Register now to lock in your early-bird rate for the best savings!


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Opening Ceremony and Keynote Presentation Your host for the opening ceremony is ACP’s Executive Vice President, and Chief Executive Officer, Darilyn Moyer, MD, FACP, FRCP, FIDSA. Darilyn will engage in a lively discussion with our keynote speaker, Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH, MACP. Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH, MACP, serves as Senior Scholar at Stanford University, and is a global leader in digital health and innovation, patient safety and quality, and the strategies required to transition to high value, patient-centered health care. His charge is to generate robust scientific evidence demonstrating how lower cost, high quality care can be achieved, while driving its local and national adoption through training, strategic partnerships, and evaluation. A graduate of Harvard College, Yale University School of Medicine, and the RWJ Clinical Scholars Program, he began his career as attending physician at NYU School of Medicine and research scientist at Geisinger Health, during which time he cared for patients at Bellevue Hospital and authored grants and scientific publications. He has served as Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health and Chief Operating Officer for clinical operations for Kaiser Permanente in Southern California. Dr. Shah now serves as a member of the HHS Secretary’s Advisory Committee, as an independent director for public and private companies and foundations, and is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine.

Meet Your Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Scientific Program Committee Chair, Dr. Marc Kahn Marc J. Kahn, MD, MBA, MACP, FRCP is your Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Scientific Program Committee chair. Dr. Kahn and the Internal Medicine Scientific Program Committee planned and provided oversight for the educational sessions for this year's Internal Medicine Meeting. Dr. Kahn is the Peterman Prosser Professor, Senior Associate Dean, Division of Hematology/Medical Oncology, Department of Medicine at the Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA.

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Participate in Events You’ll Remember for Years to Come

Hands-on Learning at the Clinical Skills Center

The meeting is full of exciting and must-attend educational sessions and workshops. No itinerary is complete, however, without scheduling time for some entertaining—and unique—events. Explore the Exhibit Hall to see the latest technical advancements and discover new products and services to help you better serve your patients. Take part in receptions and networking events such as Story Slam to hear moving and even humourous stories about being a doctor. And if this is your first meeting, enjoy a welcome reception for first-time attendees.

It’s the epicenter of the meeting. Known as the “thrills and skills epicenter of the meeting, the Clinical Skills Center hosts a variety of cutting-edge clinical skills enhancement activities. You’ll receive hands-on learning with close faculty-to-learner instruction. Please note, these activities fill up quickly. Ensure your place by reserving a ticket in advance. Visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/clinicalskills for details.

The Internal Medicine Meeting is filled with events where you can have fun, create memories, and engage with your colleagues. For a peek at what’s in store, see the list of special events on pages 46-47.

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In addition to the hands-on learning opportunities, there’ll be exclusive events and exhibits designed to improve physician well-being and professional fulfillment, and invigorating areas to recharge, catch a brief presentation on special topics, and network with your colleagues.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pre-Courses.......................................................3

Special Events................................................ 46

CME Credit and MOC Points....................... 13

Exhibit Hall .................................................... 48

Scientific Program Sessions.......................... 14

Guest Activities Program.............................. 50

Hospital Medicine Sessions......................... 24

Advance Registration Information.............. 51

Ambulatory Medicine Sessions .................. 25

Travel Information.......................................... 53

Schedule Planner........................................... 27

Lodging Information..................................... 54

Fulfill State CME Requirements................... 37

Registration Forms......................................... 57

Clinical Skills Center...................................... 39

Shuttle Bus Schedule.................................... 60

Clinical Workshops........................................ 42

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Pre-Courses (April 21-22)

Dermatology for the Internist PRE 2001 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

1-DAY COURSES Tuesday, April 21, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. PRE 2001

Dermatology for the Internist

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Diabetes for the Internist

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Perioperative Medicine 2020

PRE 2004

Pregnancy for the Internist: Before, During, and After

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MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) Waiver Training Workshop* (Presented by the Providers Clinical Support System)

Jennie T. Clarke, MD Associate Professor of Dermatology, Department of Dermatology, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT

PRE 2006

Cardiology for the Internist 2020: “The Key Points”

PRE 2007

Advances in Therapy

Patients often present to their internist with skin concerns. Many of these concerns are common conditions that, once identified, can be easily addressed without a referral to a dermatologist. With the aid of an audience-response system, faculty will engage participants in identifying many of these common dermatologic conditions and will review appropriate steps for their diagnosis and management in the primary care setting. Practical approaches, including biopsy techniques, will be reviewed.

PRE 2008

Hospital Medicine: Success in a Complex Environment

Learning Objectives:

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Practical Office Orthopedics and Sports Medicine for the Internist

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Optimizing Pain Management in an Environment of Opioid Deescalation

PRE 2011

Developing Into the Leader You Want to Be* (Presented by the American Association for Physician Leadership)

PRE 2012

ACP Quality Improvement Leadership Training: Best Practices in Engaging and Empowering Clinical Teams in Continuous Improvement

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Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Advanced Skills for Outpatient Practice

Wednesday, April 22, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

2-DAY COURSES Tuesday and Wednesday, April 21–22, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

1. Identify common dermatologic problems that present in the primary care setting, and initiate appropriate treatment. 2. Understand and develop treatment strategies for patients with acne and rosacea. 3. Identify and develop management approaches for both common and complicated dermatoses, such as psoriasis. 4. Recognize common skin cancers and understand indications for various approaches to management.

PRE 2013

Critical Care Medicine 2020

PRE 2014

Update in General Internal Medicine and MOC Exam Prep

Diabetes for the Internist

PRE 2015

Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists

PRE 2002 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

* CME credit not provided by the American College of Physicians.

Note: Two-day Pre-Courses are sold only as 2-day events. Registration for only 1 day of a 2-day Pre-Course is not available.

Pre-Course Syllabi Pre-Course registrants can download a PDF of the course syllabus in advance. A print copy will be distributed to Pre-Course registrants onsite.

Tracy L. Setji, MD, MHS, Member Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC

Several advancements in medications, technologies, and surgical options can markedly improve the health of our patients with diabetes, but these advancements also increase the complexity of disease treatment. This Pre-Course will discuss the diagnosis of prediabetes and diabetes, including less common forms such as maturity-onset diabetes of the young (MODY) and latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA). Faculty will review the role of lifestyle interventions as well as appropriate indications and practical utilization of annualmeeting.acponline.org

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weight-loss medications and/or bariatric surgery in overweight patients with diabetes. The risks and benefits of new insulin and noninsulin pharmacologic therapies will be presented. The role of diabetes medications, cholesterol-lowering agents, and blood pressure control to reduce cardiovascular risk will be discussed.

Learning Objectives: 1. Review the management of patients with prediabetes, including when to use metformin. 2. Discuss the role of nutrition, weight-loss agents, and bariatric surgery in overweight patients with diabetes. 3. Review new insulin products and diabetes technology, including pumps and sensors, and specifically address when these advancements may help your patients with type 1 and 2 diabetes. 4. Using a case-based approach, review guidelinebased medical management of type 2 diabetes with a focus on the risks and benefits of recently approved noninsulin therapies. 5. Provide guidance on the evaluation, classification, and treatment of less common causes of diabetes, such as monogenic diabetes syndromes as well as autoimmune and medication-induced diabetes. 6. Discuss the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes. 7. Within a panel discussion format, review questions and challenges that arise in your clinic.

Perioperative Medicine 2020 PRE 2003 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Geno J. Merli, MD, FHM, FSVM, MACP Professor, Medicine & Surgery, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Senior Vice President, Division of Vascular Medicine, Vascular Center, Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, Philadelphia, PA

This Pre-Course will review the assessment and management of patients with medical comorbidities undergoing surgical procedures. Expert faculty will discuss postoperative nausea and vomiting, preoperative blood pressure control, and fasting prior to surgery. Venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis in the postoperative period for patients with renal impairment, hereditary or acquired coagulation 4

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disorders, history of recurrent VTE, and the best VTE prophylaxis in joint replacement surgery will be reviewed. Preoperative validated risk assessment tools, mitigation strategies for identified comorbidities, and management of postoperative complications will be emphasized. Topics will include perioperative medication management; cardiac, pulmonary, and frailty risk indices with modification strategies; postoperative cardiac complications; managing cannabis, suboxone, and methadone; using the targetspecific anticoagulants; and treating postoperative delirium and challenging perioperative cases.

Learning Objectives: 1. Understand the assessment and management of patients with medical comorbidities undergoing inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures. 2. Review guidelines and best practices for preoperative laboratory testing, perioperative medication use, and common anesthesia-related issues. 3. Review preoperative validated risk assessment tools, strategies to mitigate risk, and management of patients with a variety of pre- and postsurgery cardiac and pulmonary problems as well as postoperative complications in the frail elderly. 4. Understand management of cardiac-indicated antiplatelet agents and the appropriate use of direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) in the perioperative period, which will include rescue and reversal agents for emergent surgery. 5. Assess key management strategies for the alcoholdependent patient, postoperative pain management, and drug-dependent patient.

Pregnancy for the Internist: Before, During, and After PRE 2004 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Lucia Larson, MD, FACP Director, Obstetric Medicine, Women’s Medicine Collaborative, Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Providence, RI

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pregnancy with more disorders, such as hypertension, obesity, and diabetes. Although the obstetrician is comfortable with pregnancy, internists have special expertise in managing medical problems. This PreCourse will provide key principles for internists caring for women with medical disorders prior to pregnancy to optimize pregnancy outcomes. Through case-based learning with an audience-response system, important physiologic changes in pregnancy, the appropriate use of medication and diagnostic imaging, and the assessment and management of common medical problems in pregnancy will be illustrated. Postpartum disorders and issues regarding lactation and medication use will be addressed. The opportunity to identify future health risks and prevention interventions on the basis of pregnancy events will be highlighted.

Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the important physiologic changes in pregnancy that impact medical illness and understand the appropriate use of medication and diagnostic imaging in the pregnant woman. 2. Provide the internist with a framework for preconception counseling and optimizing common medical diseases in anticipation of pregnancy. 3. Review how the management of common medical disease in pregnancy differs from that in the nonpregnant patient (e.g., hypertension, diabetes, thrombosis, thyroid disease, depression). 4. Outline important concepts of breastfeeding and the use of medication and diagnostic imaging in breastfeeding women. 5. Recognize the importance of pregnancy and postpartum disorders in predicting future health risks for women.

MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) Waiver Training Workshop Presented by the Providers Clinical Support System PRE 2005 Tuesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Sarah G. Candler, MD, MPH, FACP Division of Internal Medicine, Department of Primary Care, Iora Primary Care, Houston, TX

Buprenorphine is a safe and effective component of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder. Although buprenorphine can easily be

prescribed in outpatient settings, access to therapy is limited for many patients in part because most clinicians lack waiver certifications to prescribe it. MAT is associated with decreased opioid use, decreased opioid-related and all-cause mortality, improved health care engagement, and improved quality of life. Under the Drug Addiction Treatment Act (DATA) of 2000, prescribers must obtain a specialized “X waiver” certification to prescribe buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid use disorder. Participants will complete the requisite coursework to obtain a buprenorphine “X waiver” certification. This Pre-Course will include 8 hours of in-person didactics led by certified trainers, which will fulfill the entire 8-hour training required to apply for a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for treatment of opioid use disorder. Instructors will deliver core content mandated by the federal training requirement, facilitate connection to mentors, provide patient and clinician materials, and review current local and national policies guiding MAT for opioid use disorder.

Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this activity participants should be able to: 1. Review addiction treatment in office-based practices. 2. Discuss the pharmacologic treatments of opioid use disorder. 3. Determine what medical record documentation must be followed. 4. Discuss the process of buprenorphine induction as well as stabilization and maintenance techniques. 5. Describe how to take a patient history and evaluation. 6. Review safety concerns and drug interactions. The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry is the Data Sponsor for this activity. The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry is approved by the Drug Abuse Treatment Act of 2000 (DATA) to provide the required 8-hour training that qualifies physicians for the waiver to prescribe buprenorphine for treating opioid use disorders. Funding for this initiative was made possible (in part) by grant no. 1H79TI081968-01 from SAMHSA. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services nor does mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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Learning Objectives: This Pre-Course is organized and presented by the Providers Clinical Support System. Category 1 CME credit will be provided by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP) and not the American College of Physicians. The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the health care team. In 2019, the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry also added accreditation from the American Academy of PAs (AAPA), American Psychological Association (APA), and Association for Social Work Boards (ASWB). Instructions for claiming credit through the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry will be provided at the Pre-Course.

Cardiology for the Internist 2020: The Key Points PRE 2006 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

David L. Fischman, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Department of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

1. Update the internist on the diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to the patient with known cardiovascular disease. 2. Become familiar with the guidelines and recent studies regarding hypertension, valvular heart disease, optimal blood pressure control, and care of the patient with cardiovascular disease who undergoes noncardiac surgery. 3. Understand approaches for decreasing the risk for complications and decreasing hospital readmissions for patients with a variety of cardiovascular issues. 4. Become familiar with optimal surgical and pharmacologic treatments for the care of patients with coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease, and atrial fibrillation. 5. Become familiar with the transition of care following hospital discharge for patients with a variety of cardiac issues.

Howard H. Weitz, MD, MACP, FRCP (London), FACC

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Bernard L. Segal Professor of Clinical Cardiology, Senior Associate Dean, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

PRE 2007 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

This Pre-Course will provide a focused update of the diagnostic, preventive, and therapeutic approaches to the patient at risk for, or with known, cardiovascular disease. Expert clinician–educators will focus on the cardiovascular disease issues that internists most frequently encounter and will provide “Key Points” to update the audience and foster patient care. Subjects covered will include identification and management of acute and chronic coronary artery disease, optimal treatment of acute and chronic heart failure, updates in the treatment of hypertension, risk assessment and risk reduction for the patient with cardiac disease who undergoes noncardiac surgery, approach to the patient with valvular heart disease, approach to the care of the pregnant patient who has cardiac disease, atrial fibrillation update, approach to the treatment of the patient with edema, and discussion of selected cases.

Douglas S. Paauw, MD, MACP Professor of Medicine, Rathmann Family Foundation Endowed Chair for Patient-Centered Clinical Education, Department of Medicine, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

This Pre-Course will focus on pearls to help the practicing internist maximize the utility of drug therapies. Newer medications and new uses for older medications will be covered. Current recommendations for “best therapy” for different diseases will also be covered. Common side effects of medications will be emphasized. Faculty will provide practical information on medications used for common medical problems, diabetes, and infectious diseases; safe use of medications in the elderly; and drug interactions.

Learning Objectives: 1. Prescribe appropriate drug therapies for diseases commonly seen in the office. 2. Understand safe drug prescribing for the elderly. 3. Understand the use and appropriate place of new diabetes therapies. 4. Gain a better understanding of drug reactions and interactions.

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Hospital Medicine: Success in a Complex Environment PRE 2008 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Jamie Newman, MD, MHA, MACP Associate Professor, Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

Roger Yu, MD, FHM, FACP Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, CA

The hospital is a complex environment. Navigating it on behalf of our patients requires a broad and constantly growing body of clinical knowledge combined with an understanding of the systems that support them. This Pre-Course will take you through the challenges of common and uncommon clinical conundrums, aggravating administrative assignments, and Byzantine bureaucratic barriers. First and foremost, we will keep in mind the needs of the patient, as well as the impact on the hospital and the hospitalist. Individual lectures will involve review of up-to-date medical care using a case-based format and an audience-response system. This Pre-Course will present an advanced and practical perspective of hospital medicine.

diagnose, and treat most orthopedic complaints seen in the internal medicine office. The Pre-Course will utilize a case-based approach to familiarize participants with basic joint and tendon anatomy and landmarks and make participants comfortable with performing a concise, targeted office exam. This will be combined with knowledge of the epidemiology of musculoskeletal complaints in primary care to develop an accurate diagnostic approach. Treatment of these common conditions will be discussed, with special emphasis on a practical, evidence-based, cost-effective approach to physical therapy and medical devices (e.g., splints).

Learning Objectives: 1. Know the epidemiology of the most common orthopedic and sports medicine conditions seen in the internal medicine office. 2. Identify basic joint and tendon anatomy in major joint and musculoskeletal regions. 3. Perform targeted, practical, evidence-based diagnostic maneuvers for common musculoskeletal complaints. 4. Feel competent and confident in diagnosing musculoskeletal problems through history and physical examination.

Learning Objectives:

5. Recognize indications for judicious use of imaging.

1. Review inpatient management of complex patients in case-based presentations.

6. Develop treatment plans, including medication, exercises, and use of splints or braces.

2. Succeed at adapting to new rules and regulations to better advocate for patients.

7. Identify clinically appropriate resources for patient education and for home exercise plans.

3. Provide updates in the latest hospital medicine literature.

8. Recognize which patients require further testing or orthopedics consultation and which can be safely treated under the guidance of the internist.

Practical Office Orthopedics and Sports Medicine for the Internist Edward (Ted) Parks, MD

Optimizing Pain Management in an Environment of Opioid Deescalation

Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, CO

PRE 2010 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Tabassum Salam, MD, FACP

Musculoskeletal complaints and sport-related injuries are very common in primary care, but internists receive little instruction in office-based orthopedics. Most of these conditions do not require surgery and can therefore be managed by the knowledgeable internist. This Pre-Course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and tools needed to correctly evaluate,

Vice President, Medical Education, American College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA

PRE 2009 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

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management challenges in chronic pain, with a focus on the management of osteoarthritis and low back pain. Attendees will take a holistic approach to the care of patients with chronic pain, including assessment of functional impacts of pain and nonpharmacologic approaches to pain management. Practical tips will be shared on the judicious use of medications, including opioids, with an eye toward making safe and appropriate medication choices, deescalation, and offering effective alternatives. Attendees will be encouraged to share their own best practices. In addition to learning during this Pre-Course, attendees will have access to an online learning hub (a multimedia, interactive education platform) that supports clinicians in providing evidence-based and effective care in daily practice.

Learning Objectives: 1. Acquire practical approaches to clinical management for common forms of chronic musculoskeletal pain. 2. Identify best practices in functional assessment and treatment of patients with chronic pain, including nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic options. 3. Formulate safe and appropriate approaches for choosing medications to treat patients with chronic pain, including deescalation of opioids and offering effective alternatives.

Learning Objectives: 1. Identify leadership goals appropriate for the professional setting. 2. Understand communication styles and motivators to influence effective change. 3. Learn strategies to transform a group of individuals into a highly motivated, high-performing team. 4. Gain a better understanding of how to handle difficult issues, difficult people, and even the difficult parts of ourselves. This Pre-Course is organized and presented by the American Association for Physician Leadership. Category 1 CME credit will be provided by the American Association for Physician Leadership and not the American College of Physicians. Instructions for claiming credit through the American Association for Physician Leadership will be provided at the Pre-Course. The American Association for Physician Leadership is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The American Association for Physician Leadership designates this live activity for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Presented by the American Association for Physician Leadership

ACP Quality Improvement Leadership Training: Best Practices in Engaging and Empowering Clinical Teams in Continuous Improvement

PRE 2011 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

PRE 2012 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

This Pre-Course is a primer on the “need-to-know” leadership skills and your tool belt for success in today’s rapidly changing health care environment. In this interactive, content-rich, and skills-oriented course, participants are given an intimate view of what makes today’s physician leaders unique and effective. Learn effective leadership and communication skills, how to become both an effective team member and team leader, and how to build work teams that make a difference.

Julie L. Oyler, MD, Member

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Associate Professor, Associate Program Director, Division of General Internal Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Darlene Tad-y, MD, Member Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO

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efficiency while minimizing burden. Participants will receive step-by-step guidance, based on ACP’s QI approach, to help them through their QI journey: 1) establish the what and why for change; 2) identify how to measure change; 3) plan for change and identify solutions; 4) implement and sustain change. Under the guidance of national expert physician coaches, participants will have the opportunity to work in small groups to apply each step of the ACP QI approach to a practical case example. Participants will be provided with proven and practical tools to improve care for patients, promote patient engagement and partnerships, and apply practice redesign strategies to maximize skills of all team members and reduce administrative complexity. At the conclusion of this Pre-Course, participants will be able to understand and apply QI strategies to tackle a wide range of practice issues that are meaningful to their highest-priority challenges. Participants will be invited to join ACP’s engaging peerto-peer learning network to support continued implementation of QI activities. This Pre-Course will launch you on your QI journey and provide you with the skills you will need throughout your career to lead the way through the changing tides of health care.

Learning Objectives: 1. Describe the four steps of the ACP QI approach, including establishing the what and why for change, identifying how to measure change, planning for change and identifying solutions, and implementing and sustaining change.

Critical Care Medicine 2020 PRE 2013 Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Robert A. Balk, MD, MCCM, MACP, FCCP Professor of Medicine, Director, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine, Associate CMO for Critical Care, Department of Internal Medicine, Rush Medical College and Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL

This Pre-Course will provide the opportunity to understand the principles of diagnosis and management of common clinical issues encountered in the management of patients in the intensive care unit. Particular attention will be placed on the recognition of disease process, acute management of critical illness, and prevention of complications in the critically ill adult patient. Topics discussed include management of acute coronary syndromes and myocardial infarction, acute stroke, acute respiratory failure (including acute respiratory distress syndrome), circulatory shock, pulmonary embolism, drug overdose, sepsis and septic shock, surgical emergencies (i.e., ischemic bowel and necrotizing fasciitis), acute airflow obstruction in obstructive lung disease, and severe pneumonia. Also discussed will be the management of patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases, approaches to acute encephalopathy, blood product utilization, mechanical ventilatory support of the critically ill patient, care of the patient with cancer in the intensive care unit, and methods for preventing common complications in the critically ill patient.

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2. Explain the rationale for integrating clinician engagement, team-based care, patient and family partnership, and the need to maximize efficiency and minimize burden into QI implementation.

1. Update the internist on common disorders and diseases encountered in the intensive care unit.

3. Identify and apply practical strategies for QI implementation using ACP resources and tools.

3. Discuss recommendations for the management of common critical illnesses encountered in the intensive care unit and strategies for the prevention of complications of critical illness.

2. Review the diagnostic techniques used in the management of the critically ill adult.

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Update in General Internal Medicine and MOC Exam Prep PRE 2014 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Fred A. Lopez, MD, MACP Richard Vial Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Medicine, Louisiana State University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA

G. Nicholas Verne, MD Professor and Chair, Department of Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA

This Pre-Course provides an update in internal medicine and preparation for an MOC exam. Taught by a faculty of clinician–educators, each an expert in his/ her subspecialty, the course uses a highly interactive format to engage participants. Clinical scenarios and challenging multiple-choice questions are springboards for discussion of recent advances across the spectrum of internal medicine. With the use of an audienceresponse system, participants can compare their clinical judgement with that of their peers. This course is an effective way to update your knowledge and/or prepare for an ABIM exam.

Learning Objectives: 1. Increase and refresh knowledge of internal medicine through discussion of challenging cases frequently seen in practice. 2. Become adept at working through difficult exam-type questions logically and successfully. 3. Implement changes in clinical practice in accordance with recent advances and guidelines.

Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists PRE 2015 Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Renee K. Dversdal, MD, FACP Associate Professor of Medicine, Director, OHSU Point of Care Ultrasound, General Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship Director, Division of Hospital Medicine, Department of Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR

David M. Tierney, MD, FACP Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency, Director, IMBUS Program, Division of Internal Medicine, Department of Graduate Medical Education, Abbott Northwestern Hospital, Minneapolis, MN

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Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is an emerging patient assessment tool for internists. This intensive 2-day PreCourse is designed to teach core point-of-care ultrasound skills to internists who practice in a variety of settings. If you are excited about the potential for point-of-care ultrasound to expand your clinical assessment skills, come join this course taught by internationally acclaimed faculty. Online prelearning assignments and live lectures will provide a comprehensive foundation of core ultrasound knowledge. Utilizing a small-group, hands-on format, attendees will practice ultrasound scanning on live models to support the development of bedside image acquisition skills.

Learning Objectives: 1. Identify indications and rationale for performing the following examinations: • Pulmonary ultrasound • Focused cardiac ultrasound • Kidney and bladder ultrasound • Evaluation of abdomen for free fluid • Evaluation of lower extremity for deep venous thrombosis 2. Perform the ultrasound exams listed above. 3. Interpret normal and abnormal images for the applications listed above. 4. Interpret point-of-care ultrasound findings in clinical case scenarios. 5. Describe the principles of ultrasound operation, artifacts, and image optimization. Note: This is a POCUS foundation course. Internists who complete this course will meet prerequisite training requirements for enrollment in additional internal medicine POCUS courses that will be offered by ACP. Visit acponline.org/pocus for more information.


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Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Advanced Skills for Outpatient Practice PRE 2016 Wednesday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Michael S. Wagner, MD, FACP Director of Internal Medicine Ultrasound, Division of Hospitalist Medicine/General Internal Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine, Prisma Health-Upstate and University of South Carolina School of Medicine-Greenville, Greenville, SC

Point-of-care ultrasound is an emerging patient assessment tool for internists. This 1-day course is designed to build on ACP’s 2-day Point of Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists* course, and will focus on extended and advanced point-of-care ultrasound applications tailored for internists who practice in the outpatient setting. Internationally acclaimed faculty will provide proctored instruction so attendees can gain experience with pointof-care ultrasound and expand their outpatient clinical assessment skills. The learning format will alternate between didactic lectures and small-group hands-on training. Attendees will practice with live models to develop bedside image acquisition skills. Attendees will have an opportunity to customize their learning by working on solidifying challenging concepts, learning additional techniques and applications, and receiving individualized feedback from instructors.

* Prerequisite Requirement: Registrants for this course must have attended ACP’s Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists 2-day course that was held in November 2019. Alternate 2-day introductory courses that include a minimum of 50% hands-on time might be considered as a surrogate for ACP’s course. A course agenda and certificate of completion must be submitted for approval. Attestation of significant experience might also be considered as a surrogate at the course director’s discretion. Please submit this information to ACPPOCUS@ acponline.org. You will receive a response within 10 days. If you are not approved for the course, you will receive a full refund.

Learning Objectives: 1. Identify indications and rationale for performing the following examinations: • PEARLS approach to a multisystem ultrasound physical • AAA screening • Gallbladder pathology • Skin and soft tissue: lumps and bumps •M  usculoskeletal ultrasound: joint, tendon, and nerve pathology 2. Perform the ultrasound exams listed above. 3. Interpret normal and abnormal images for the applications listed above. 4. Interpret point-of-care ultrasound findings in clinical case scenarios. 5. Review practical strategies for successful integration of POCUS into the outpatient setting.

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EXPLORE THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE cutting-edge innovations and emerging technology

INNOVATION THEATERS*

TECH HUB*

POSTER COMPETITIONS

Thursday, April 23–Friday, April 24 Innovation Theaters #1, #2, and #3

Thursday, April 23–Saturday, April 25 Exhibit Hall

Thursday, April 23–Saturday, April 25 Exhibit Hall

Join in a non-CME informative lunch or snack break discussion at the Innovation Theaters. Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis.

Visit this multi-vendor, interactive, technology area. Engage with innovative companies through demonstrations, presentations, and one-on-one discussions. Hear how these new technologies will affect clinical care and practice operations.

See the winning abstracts in poster format from the Early Career, Resident/Fellow and Medical Student Members National Clinical Vignette and Research Competitions and from the local ACP Chapter Competitions.

*Innovation Theater and Tech Hub presentations are independently organized and are not an official part of the Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Education Program.

For more information on special events, download the ACP Meetings app or view the schedule at annualmeeting.acponline.org

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Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Program Objectives

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Continuing Medical Education (CME) Credit and ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Points

The American College of Physicians (ACP) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education (CME) for physicians. The ACP designates each live activity for the number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ listed below. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 30.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Pre-Courses One-day Pre-Courses, 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Two-day Pre-Courses, 14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ The American Medical Association has determined that physicians not licensed in the United States who participate in this CME activity are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada recognizes conferences and workshops held outside of Canada that are developed by a university, academy, hospital, specialty society, or college as automatically approved as accredited group learning activities.

ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Points

Successful completion of these CME activities, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 30.5 medical knowledge points in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. By completing a brief Learner Assessment

survey following Internal Medicine Meeting 2020, meeting attendees can earn MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed for the activity. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.

Attend Internal Medicine Meeting 2020— Fulfill State CME Requirements

Attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 is an excellent way to help fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 meets broad-based state CME requirements, as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states (for example, ethics, pain management, and patient safety). Contact your state medical board for information on specific requirements in your state. See pages 37-38 for a list of sessions that fulfill state CME requirements.

How to Claim CME Credit and MOC Points

Claim CME credit for your participation in Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 and the Pre-Courses by completing your CME Documentation Forms online at annualmeeting.acponline.org/CME. Once you have completed the online CME form, your transcript will be accessible in 24 to 72 hours. Viewing your transcript of College-sponsored CME activities online is a benefit of ACP membership. Earn MOC points equivalent to the amount of CME credits claimed by completing a brief Learner Assessment available online at: annualmeeting. acponline.org/CME. The Learner Assessment requires that you reflect on what you learned at the meeting and describes changes that you plan to implement or insights gained. Responses should be meaningful, reflective statements with a minimum of 50 characters. Responses will be reviewed. You will receive a brief follow-up survey asking you to assess the impact of your reflective statements. The deadline to claim MOC Points for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 and the Pre-Courses is December 31, 2020. To claim MOC points, you must be enrolled in the ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. For questions about ABIM’s MOC program, go to www.ABIM.org or contact ABIM at 800-441-2246. For more information about CME or MOC, contact ACP Member and Product Support at 800-ACP-1915 (800-227-1915) or 215-351-2600, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

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Ambulatory Medicine See Ambulatory Medicine listing on pages 25-26.

Cardiology Atrial Fibrillation: Insights from the Guidelines for the Practitioner

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious

Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes

Chronic Peripheral Artery Disease for the Internist

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Psychiatry, and Allergy & Immunology

Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines

Rapid-Fire ECGs

The Curse of the Palpitation

Reduced and Preserved Ejection Fraction Heart Failure: Improving Outcomes

Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain

Update in Cardiology

Incidental Echo Findings

What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

Inpatient Congestive Heart Failure Management

Women and Heart Disease

Inpatient Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Alternative Practice Models Beyond the Clinic Walls: Enhancing Practice and Deriving Meaning through Community Engagement Chapter Experiences in Volunteering Combating Hospitalist Burnout: Well-Being for the Front-Line Provider

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine Practice-Level Tips for Improving Well-Being Preparing for the On and Off Ramps throughout a Physician’s Career Presentation Skills for Physicians: Making Your Next Teaching Presentation Go Better than Your Last

Creating a Culture of Civility in Medicine

Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication

Creating Professional Fulfillment

Reclaiming Meaning and Reducing Burnout by Making Empathic Connections

Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

Social Media in Medicine: Twitter-Driven Education, Research, and Advocacy

Exploring Alternative Career Paths: Side Gigs, Passion Projects, and Nonclinical Careers

The Third Conversation: Fostering Human Connection to Mitigate Burnout

Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care: Making Medicine Fun Again

The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement

Finding Your Voice and Making the Case for Professional Well-Being Interventions at the Leadership Level

Understanding Clinical Research: How to Be a Better-Informed Consumer of the Medical Literature

How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

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Clinical Pharmacology Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

New FDA-Approved Medications

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop

New Innovations in Diabetes Management

Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom

Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer: Providing Insights into Autoimmune Diseases

Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

Common Drug Interactions

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Common Medication Side Effects

Primary Care for the Renal Transplant Recipient

Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly

Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

Drug Nephrotoxicity in Internal Medicine

Stimulants, Hallucinogens, and Club Drugs—Oh My!

Inpatient Antibiotic Selection

What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Clinical Reasoning Clinical Images to Improve Your Knowledge Base and Refine Your Clinical Reasoning Skills Combating Cognitive Bias: Improving Clinical Decision Making in Everyday Practice Diagnostic Reasoning for the Internist Images in Medicine: Clinical Problem Solving

This is What Effective Leaders Do: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as the Secret Sauce to Successful Teams Understanding Clinical Research: How to Be a Better-Informed Consumer of the Medical Literature

Dermatology Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

Essential Dermatology for the Internist

Cosmetic Dermatology

Wound Care for the Primary Care Physician

Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine Exploring Alternative Career Paths: Side Gigs, Passion Projects, and Nonclinical Careers Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care: Making Medicine Fun Again

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills to Protect Our Communities’ Health Social Media in Medicine: Twitter-Driven Education, Research, and Advocacy

The General Internist in 2020

ACP and #im2020 on social media Join the conversation and share your experiences around Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. Use hashtag #im2020 in your posts and be sure you follow ACP on Instagram (instagram.com/acpinternists), Twitter (twitter.com/acpinternists), and Facebook (facebook.com/acpinternists) for all the latest news and information about the meeting. Preliminary Program—Subject to Change

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End-of-Life and Palliative Care Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

Inpatient Palliative Care

Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

The History of Death and Medicine: A Live Podcast

Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

Endocrinology and Metabolism Beyond A1C: Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Management in Primary Care Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer: Providing Insights into Autoimmune Diseases Dr. Ananda Prasad Lecture in Physiology: New Understanding of Obesity: Adipose Tissue as an Endocrine Organ The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign: What Can Be Done before Sending to the Gynecologist? Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology New Innovations in Diabetes Management News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines in Management of Chronic Insomnia, Management of Low Testosterone, and Screening for Colorectal Cancer

Food as Medicine

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: An Evidence-Based Approach

Transgender Health

Inpatient Diabetes Management

Update in Endocrinology

Ethics and Health Policy 60 Minutes: Special Report on Hot Issues in Health Policy

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine

Care for the Underserved

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine and Genetics in Primary Care

Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities

Ethics Year in Review

Should the United States Expand Medicare Coverage to All Americans?

Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills to Protect Our Communities’ Health

Clinical Pearls Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m. Test your clinical acumen in these highly interactive, case-based sessions. Use audience-response keypads to answer challenging patient management questions faced in practice. Compare your critical thinking with that of your colleagues. As you work through cases, you’ll amass a rich collection of “pearls” that can be applied to patient care. 16 annualmeeting.acponline.org

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Gastroenterology and Hepatology Anorectal Diseases: Getting to the Bottom of It

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Barrett’s Esophagus, and Dyspepsia

Caring for the Inpatient with GI Bleed

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology

Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

Update in Gastroenterology

Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Gender in Medicine Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

Transgender Health

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine

Genetics and Genomics Annals Beyond the Guidelines: Genetic Testing

Genomic Testing in Primary Care

Colon Cancer Screening: Who? When? How?

Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know

Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine and Genetics in Primary Care

Geriatric Medicine Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop

Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: An Evidence-Based Approach

Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines

Inpatient Delirium: It’s Not Just La La Land

Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

Common Questions in Hematology: Hopeful Answers

Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom

Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly

Stroke Management

The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System

Update in Geriatric Medicine

ACP 2020 Presentation Challenge, Powered by PechaKucha™ Friday, 4:30–5:30 p.m. PechaKucha™, Japanese for “chit-chat,” is an entertaining, fast-paced session in which five outstanding speakers are challenged to present cutting-edge medical information using the PechaKucha™ format. Each speaker will have less than 7 minutes to present and will be limited to 20 slides that will automatically advance during their allotted time. Come join the excitement as we watch these remarkable speakers take on the PechaKucha™ challenge to finish their presentations before the gong signals time’s up! Preliminary Program—Subject to Change

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Health Information Technology Apps on the Wards: Not Just for the Millennials

How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: The State of Telemedicine

Leveraging Your EHR to Reduce Administrative Tasks and Improve Patient Care

EHR’s Hidden Magic: Using Data to Manage Your Patient Population

Telemedicine

Hot Topics in Health Information Technology: Trends that Are Reshaping Medicine

Telling the Patient’s Story in the EHR World

Hematology Appropriate Transfusion of Blood Products in the Acutely Ill Patient

Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom

B12 Deficiency: New Insights for an Old Disease

Perioperative Anticoagulation

Common Questions in Hematology: Hopeful Answers

Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis: Management Options

Complex Thromboembolism Management

Update in Hematology

Hospital Medicine See Hospital Medicine Track listing on page 24.

Infectious Diseases Cellulitis and Lookalikes Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases Clostridioides difficile: Update on Guidelines, Treatment, Infection Control, and Environmental Management Hepatitis C: Testing Recommendations and Current Treatment Guidelines

Outpatient Antibiotics: To Use or Preserve? Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization: Increase Rates while Improving Equity, Efficiency, and Reimbursement Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020: In Search of the “Aha” Moment

HIV Pre- and Postexposure Treatment: Current Therapies for Treatment-Naive Patients

Sepsis Management

Inpatient Antibiotic Selection

Update in Infectious Diseases

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology

Vector-Borne Illness: Coming to a State or Territory Near You

Medical Students I Failed. It’s Okay.: Challenges during Medical School and How to Overcome Them

Mastering the Match for U.S. Students

Interprofessionalism for Medical Students: Understanding the Health Care Team

Stump the Professor

Mastering the Match for International Students

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Nephrology and Hypertension CKD for the PCP Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines

Is My ICU Patient Wet or Dry? Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Blood Pressure Management

Drug Nephrotoxicity in Internal Medicine

Primary Care for the Renal Transplant Recipient

The Highs and Lows of Inpatient Electrolytes

Update in Nephrology

Neurology Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology Clinical Triad: It’s All in Your Head Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care High-Value Syncope Workup

Movement Disorders: Lost in the Shuffle Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Blood Pressure Management Stroke Management

Oncology Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer: Providing Insights into Autoimmune Diseases Colon Cancer Screening: Who? When? How? Inpatient Oncologic Emergencies

News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines in Management of Chronic Insomnia, Management of Low Testosterone, and Screening for Colorectal Cancer Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know Update in Oncology

Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology Ophthalmology for the Internist: Sight and Sore Eyes (Presented in cooperation with the American Academy of Ophthalmology)

Otology for the Internist

Pain Management Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Osteoarthritis: What Works?

Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain

Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

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Perioperative Medicine High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management

Perioperative Anticoagulation

Practice Management Alternative Practice Models

Leveraging Your EHR to Reduce Administrative Tasks and Improve Patient Care

C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: The State of Telemedicine

Outpatient Coding: Do It Right and Get Paid for What You Do

Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care: Making Medicine Fun Again Finding Your Voice and Making the Case for Professional Well-Being Interventions at the Leadership Level

Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization: Increase Rates while Improving Equity, Efficiency, and Reimbursement Practice-Level Tips for Improving Well-Being

High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients into the Conversation

Quality Payment Program Advanced: Understanding and Improving Performance in MIPS

Hot Topics for Subspecialists

Readmissions: Why Haven’t We Fixed This Yet?

Inpatient Coding: Thinking inside the Box

Succeeding in Value-Based Payment

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders Alcohol Use Disorder Management

Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: The Post–Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

Psychiatry for the Nonpsychiatrist

Inpatient Delirium: It’s Not Just La La Land

Smoking Cessation: Quitting Is for Winners

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Psychiatry, and Allergy & Immunology

Stimulants, Hallucinogens, and Club Drugs—Oh My!

Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Appropriate Transfusion of Blood Products in the Acutely Ill Patient Caring for the Patient with More Severe Asthma: Helping Patients and Internists to Breathe Easier

Inpatient Pneumonia Treatment: What’s New? Is My ICU Patient Wet or Dry? The Panorama of Pulmonary Hypertension for the Internist

Clinical Triad: Oxygen Supplementation

Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: The Post–Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)

Complex Thromboembolism Management

Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis: Management Options

Current Role of Noninvasive Ventilation for Acute Respiratory Failure

Sepsis Management

Don’t Snooze on Sleep Medicine

Update in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

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Quality and Patient Safety Aiming for Zero Harm: Inpatient Quality and Safety Clostridioides difficile: Update on Guidelines, Treatment, Infection Control, and Environmental Management Communicating Effectively When You Don’t Want To: Practical Strategies for Difficult Conversations with Patients, Staff, Administrators, and Other Clinicians

Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020: In Search of the “Aha” Moment Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication Readmissions: Why Haven’t We Fixed This Yet? Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

High-Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging

Sepsis Management

High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients into the Conversation

Succeeding in Value-Based Payment

High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management

The SUPER Framework: An Innovative Communication Tool for Discussing Goals of Care

High-Value Syncope Workup

The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement

Medical Improv: Novel Method to Improve Communication Skills with Empathy Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician

Utilizing Health Literacy Communication Techniques to Improve the Patient and Physician Experience

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Approach to the Patient with an Elevated Creatine Kinase and Suspected Myopathy: A Weakness for Some Internists Caring for the Patient with More Severe Asthma: Helping Patients and Internists to Breathe Easier

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Psychiatry, and Allergy & Immunology Office Orthopedics for the Primary Care Internist: Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis: What Works? Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee

Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder

Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine

Rheumatoid Arthritis: Past, Present, Future

Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer: Providing Insights into Autoimmune Diseases

Sports Medicine

Gout and Hyperuricemia in Primary Care: Treating to Target Even in Complex Patients

Systemic Vasculitis: Amazing Advances and Something for Every Internist

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

Update in Rheumatology

Clinical Triads Thursday and Friday, 8:15-9:15 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m. Saturday, 8:15-9:15 a.m. This format builds on the popularity of fast-paced sessions and features three speakers concisely addressing different aspects of an overarching theme. Each Clinical Triad session covers topics that are highly relevant to clinical practice.

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Social Determinants of Health Beyond the Clinic Walls: Enhancing Practice and Deriving Meaning through Community Engagement Black Men’s Health Care for the Underserved Caring for the Inpatient with Limited English Proficiency Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine Food as a Medical Intervention: The Impact of Eating Habits on Our Global Health

Health for the Homeless Patient Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills to Protect Our Communities’ Health Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization: Increase Rates while Improving Equity, Efficiency, and Reimbursement Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health: A Joint Session of the American College of Physicians and European Federation of Internal Medicine Understanding Medical Decision Making in Diverse Cultures

Veteran’s Health A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans in Your Practice

Women’s Health Clinical Triad: What’s Hot in Sexual Health, Pelvic Floor Disorders, and Contraception?

Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities

A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos

Update in Women’s Health

Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes

Women and Heart Disease

The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign: What Can Be Done before Sending to the Gynecologist?

Women’s Fatigue: Doctor, Why Am I So Tired?

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Mastering Medicine Together for Students Friday, 11:15 a.m. – Saturday, 7:30 p.m. New opportunities for Medical Students at Internal Medicine Meeting 2020! Medical Students can now take advantage of a dedicated track of sessions and events designed just for them. To kick it off, attendees are invited to a welcome event on Friday morning. From there they can participate in sessions specifically relevant to their educational needs. The track wraps up with a Town Hall that gives medical students the chance to interact with ACP leadership. The entire program is an excellent way for students to learn, network, experience, and get the most out of the premier educational event of internal medicine. View the full schedule of sessions and events at: annualmeeting.acponline.org/medicalstudents

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Additional Topics ACP 2020 Presentation Challenge, powered by PechaKucha™ Annals Beyond the Guidelines: Genetic Testing Annals of Internal Medicine: Recent Articles that Should Influence Practice Black Men’s Health Chapter Experiences in Volunteering Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Blood Pressure Management Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, and Endocrinology News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines in Management of Chronic Insomnia, Management of Low Testosterone, and Screening for Colorectal Cancer

Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases

Opening Ceremony

Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology

Point-of-Care Ultrasound in the Office: More than Hocus Pocus

Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal & Sports Medicine Consult Talk

Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health: A Joint Session of the American College of Physicians and European Federation of Internal Medicine

The Dental–Medical Interface: A Cornerstone of Interprofessional Health Care

Primary Care of the Twenty-Something: The Young and the Restless

Don’t Snooze on Sleep Medicine

Promoting Exercise in Primary Care: Sweating to the Oldies

Food as a Medical Intervention: The Impact of Eating Habits on Our Global Health

Thieves’ Market

Health for the Homeless Patient

Transgender Health

High-Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging

Turning Points in History: When Disease Hits Leaders

How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

Understanding Medical Decision Making in Diverse Cultures

Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Highlights and Doctor’s Dilemma®: The Finals

Update in Ambulatory General Internal Medicine

Medical Myths

Wound Care for the Primary Care Physician

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind: Cardiology, Psychiatry, and Allergy & Immunology

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A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos

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Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

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Cosmetic Dermatology

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Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

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The Curse of the Palpitation

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B12 Deficiency: New Insights for an Old Disease Beyond A1C: Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Management in Primary Care Black Men’s Health A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans in Your Practice

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Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

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Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

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CKD for the PCP

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Clinical Images to Improve Your Knowledge Base and Refine Your Clinical Reasoning Skills

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The Dental–Medical Interface: A Cornerstone of Interprofessional Health Care Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly Don’t Snooze on Sleep Medicine Dr. Ananda Prasad Lecture in Physiology: New Understanding of Obesity: Adipose Tissue as an Endocrine Organ The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System EHR’s Hidden Magic: Using Data to Manage Your Patient Population Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Essential Dermatology for the Internist Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine and Genetics in Primary Care Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care: Making Medicine Fun Again Food as a Medical Intervention: The Impact of Eating Habits on Our Global Health Food as Medicine Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Barrett’s Esophagus, and Dyspepsia Genomic Testing in Primary Care Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: An Evidence-Based Approach Gout and Hyperuricemia in Primary Care: Treating to Target Even in Complex Patients Health for the Homeless Patient Hepatitis C: Testing Recommendations and Current Treatment Guidelines

Clinical Triad: It’s All in Your Head

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Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

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Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know

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Psychiatry for the Nonpsychiatrist

The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign: What Can Be Done before Sending to the Gynecologist?

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Movement Disorders: Lost in the Shuffle

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New Innovations in Diabetes Management

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Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes

Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician

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News You Can Use: Current Clinical Guidelines in Management of Chronic Insomnia, Management of Low Testosterone, and Screening for Colorectal Cancer Office Orthopedics for the Primary Care Internist: Hip and Knee Ophthalmology for the Internist: Sight and Sore Eyes (Presented in cooperation with the American Academy of Ophthalmology) Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom

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Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges and Opportunities Quality Payment Program Advanced: Understanding and Improving Performance in MIPS Rapid-Fire ECGs Reduced and Preserved Ejection Fraction Heart Failure: Improving Outcomes

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Rheumatoid Arthritis: Past, Present, Future

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Smoking Cessation: Quitting Is for Winners

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Sports Medicine

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Succeeding in Value-Based Payment

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Systemic Vasculitis: Amazing Advances and Something for Every Internist

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Osteoarthritis: What Works?

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Telemedicine

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Osteoporosis and Beyond

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Telling the Patient’s Story in the EHR World

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Otology for the Internist

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The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement

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Outpatient Antibiotics: To Use or Preserve?

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Transgender Health

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Outpatient Coding: Do It Right and Get Paid for What You Do Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder The Panorama of Pulmonary Hypertension for the Internist

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Point-of-Care Ultrasound in the Office: More than Hocus Pocus

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What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

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Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: The Post– Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS) Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization: Increase Rates while Improving Equity, Efficiency, and Reimbursement Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health: A Joint Session of the American College of Physicians and European Federation of Internal Medicine annualmeeting.acponline.org

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Hands-on Activities in the Clinical Skills Center Gain experience with procedures you don’t routinely perform, refine your interpretive skills, and update your physical examination skills in a unique, small-group learning environment. See pages 39-41 for a complete list of activities.


MASTERING MEDICINE TOGETHER Preliminary Schedule—Determine which sessions you would like to attend. SCHEDULE For detailed and up-to-date schedule information, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/ educational-program or download the ACP Meetings app at annualmeeting.acponline.org/app.

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Thursday

7:00 a.m.

8:15 a.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills

Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: Evidence-Based Approach Common Medication Side Effects Health for the Homeless Patient

Common Questions in Hematology: Hopeful Answers

Incidental Echo Findings

Genomic Testing in Primary Care

The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign

Office Orthopedics for the Primary Care Internist: Hip and Knee

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Ophthalmology for the Internist: Sight and Sore Eyes Promoting Exercise in Primary Care: Sweating to the Oldies Systemic Vasculitis: Amazing Advances & Something for Every Internist Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes

Cardiology

Incidental Echo Findings

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction

Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines Enhancing Practice and Deriving Meaning Through Community Engagement How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

Clinical Pharmacology

Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

Clinical Reasoning

Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: Evidence-Based Approach Inpatient Diabetes Management

Common Medication Side Effects

The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes

Genetics and Genomics Geriatric Medicine

Genomic Testing in Primary Care Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: Evidence-Based Approach Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines Common Questions in Hematology: Hopeful Answers

Health Information Technology

Apps on the Wards: Not Just for the Millennials How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

Hematology Hospital Medicine

Common Questions in Hematology: Hopeful Answers Aiming for Zero Harm: Inpatient Quality and Safety

Apps on the Wards: Not Just for the Millennials

Inpatient Oncologic Emergencies

Inpatient Diabetes Management

Infectious Diseases

Update in Infectious Diseases

Nephrology and Hypertension

Clinical Triad: Hypertension in the Era of Current Guidelines

Oncology

Inpatient Oncologic Emergencies

Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology

Ophthalmology for the Internist: Sight and Sore Eyes

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

Quality and Patient Safety

Aiming for Zero Harm: Inpatient Quality and Safety

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Office Orthopedics for the Primary Care Internist: Hip and Knee Systemic Vasculitis: Amazing Advances & Something for Every Internist

Social Determinants of Health

Health for the Homeless Patient

Women’s Health

The Menstrual Cycle as Vital Sign

Additional Topics

Health for the Homeless Patient

Enhancing Practice and Deriving Meaning Through Community Engagement How to Keep Up with Medical Evidence

Promoting Exercise in Primary Care: Sweating to the Oldies

Exhibit Hall Hours Innovation Theater Clinical Skills Center

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Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious Clinical Guidelines: Insomnia, Low Testosterone, & Colorectal Cancer A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos EHR's Hidden Magic: Using Data to Manage Your Patient Population Outpatient Coding: Do It Right and Get Paid for What You Do Point-of-Care Ultrasound in the Office: More than Hocus Pocus

Cardiology

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious Inpatient Congestive Heart Failure Management

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction

Social Media in Medicine: Twitter-Driven Education, Research, Advocacy

Clinical Pharmacology

Inpatient Antibiotic Selection

Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills Social Media in Medicine: Twitter-Driven Education, Research, Advocacy

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Clinical Guidelines: Insomnia, Low Testosterone, & Colorectal Cancer

Ethics and Health Policy

Ethics Year in Review Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology

Health Information Technology

EHR's Hidden Magic: Using Data to Manage Your Patient Population

Hospital Medicine

Inpatient Antibiotic Selection Inpatient Congestive Heart Failure Management

Infectious Diseases

Inpatient Antibiotic Selection

Neurology

Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology

Oncology

Clinical Guidelines: Insomnia, Low Testosterone, & Colorectal Cancer

Practice Management

Outpatient Coding: Do It Right and Get Paid for What You Do

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Update in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine

Social Determinants of Health

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills

Women’s Health Additional Topics

A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos

Opening Ceremony

Clinical Guidelines: Insomnia, Low Testosterone, & Colorectal Cancer Clinical Pearls: Neurology and Gastroenterology Point-of-Care Ultrasound in the Office: More than Hocus Pocus

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens

Innovation Theater Clinical Skills Center

10:30-11:15 a.m. Coffee Break 10:30-11:15 a.m. Session

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Ongoing Activities

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Ongoing Activities

Your Feedback Is Important to Us! ACP values your evaluation of Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. Your evaluation of and comments about Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 are important to ACP and help us plan future educational offerings. We encourage you to complete a brief, anonymous evaluation online at annualmeeting.acponline.org/evals after each session you attend. Online evaluations will be accessible during the meeting, and you will have two weeks to complete your assessments. Paper evaluation forms will not be available.

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Ambulatory Medicine

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management

A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos

Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

Leveraging EHRs to Reduce Administrative Tasks & Improve Patient Care

Clinical Triad: Sexual Health, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Contraception

New Innovations in Diabetes Management

Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care

Otology for the Internist

Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

Outpatient Antibiotics: To Use or Preserve?

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Update in Women's Health

Cardiology

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious

Update in Cardiology

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Professional Well-Being Interventions at the Leadership Level Clinical Pharmacology

New Innovations in Diabetes Management

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management

Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

Stimulants, Hallucinogens, and Club Drugs—Oh My!

Dermatology

Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

End-of-Life and Palliative Care

Inpatient Palliative Care

Endocrinology and Metabolism

New Innovations in Diabetes Management

Ethics and Health Policy

Should the United States Expand Medicare Coverage to All Americans?

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

Geriatric Medicine

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care

Health Information Technology

Leveraging EHRs to Reduce Administrative Tasks & Improve Patient Care

Hematology

Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis: Management Options

Hospital Medicine

High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management

The Highs and Lows of Inpatient Electrolytes

Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020 Inpatient Palliative Care

Infectious Diseases

Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020 Outpatient Antibiotics: To Use or Preserve?

Nephrology and Hypertension

MSFM: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, Blood Pressure Management The Highs and Lows of Inpatient Electrolytes

Neurology

MSFM: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, Blood Pressure Management Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care

Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology

Otology for the Internist

Pain Management

Conundrums in Chronic Abdominal Pain

Perioperative Medicine

High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management

Practice Management

Leveraging EHRs to Reduce Administrative Tasks & Improve Patient Care Professional Well-Being Interventions at the Leadership Level

Exhibit Hall Hours

12:45–2:15 p.m. Lunch Break

3:45-4:30 p.m. Afternoon Break • 4:30 Exhibit Hall Closes

Innovation Theater

1:00–1:45 p.m. Session

3:45-4:30 p.m. Session

Clinical Skills Center

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Ongoing Activities

6:00 p.m. Clinical Skills Center Closes

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Attend ACP’s Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 and Fullfill Your State CME Requirements Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 meets broad-based state CME requirements, as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states. See pages 37-38 for a list of sessions that fulfill state CME relicensure requirements.

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Thursday (cont.)

2:15 p.m. (cont.)

4:30 p.m. (cont.)

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

Stimulants, Hallucinogens, and Club Drugs—Oh My!

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Pulmonary Embolism and Deep Venous Thrombosis: Management Options

Quality and Patient Safety

High-Value Perioperative Assessment and Management Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Chronic Urticaria in Primary Care: Everything You Were Itching to Know

Women’s Health

A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos

Clinical Triad: Sexual Health, Pelvic Floor Disorders, Contraception

Update in Women's Health

Additional Topics

MSFM: General Internal Medicine, Neurology, Blood Pressure Management Consult Talk Medical Myths

Exhibit Hall Hours

12:45–2:15 p.m. Lunch Break

3:45-4:30 p.m. Afternoon Break • 4:30 Exhibit Hall Closes

Innovation Theater

1:00–1:45 p.m. Session

3:45-4:30 p.m. Session

Clinical Skills Center

9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Ongoing Activities

6:00 p.m. Clinical Skills Center Closes

Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Highlights: Key Messages You’ll Want to Take Home and Doctor’s Dilemma®: The Finals Saturday, 5:15-6:30 p.m. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 culminates in this wrap-up session. Hear three outstanding clinician–educators share what they think are Internal Medicine Meeting 2020’s most important take-home messages. Then, join the excitement for the final round of Doctor’s Dilemma®. The “Final Five” teams of residents who survive Thursday’s and Friday’s competitions will face off in the championship round of the Jeopardy-style test of knowledge. The winner takes home the Osler Cup—ACP’s coveted trophy.

Updates Keep up to date on the year’s most important published papers in general internal medicine and the subspecialties. Learn significant findings and their impact on patient care. Nationally recognized faculty review the literature and present the year’s highlights.

Multiple Small Feedings of the Mind Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 2:15-3:45 p.m. Always a highlight of the meeting! Expert faculty provide concise, evidence-based answers to common, yet difficult, patient management problems. Topics are selected for their relevance to practice. Faculty are chosen for their skill in providing cogent, evidence-based answers to complex questions.

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Friday

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8:15 a.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

Alternative Practice Models

CKD for the PCP

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills

Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: Post–Intensive Care Syndrome Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain Primary Care of the Twenty-Something: The Young and the Restless Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know

New Understanding of Obesity: Adipose Tissue as an Endocrine Organ

Sports Medicine What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

Cardiology

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain

What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Alternative Practice Models

The Third Conversation: Fostering Human Connection to Mitigate Burnout

Combating Hospitalist Burnout: Well-Being for the Front-Line Provider Creating Professional Fulfillment

Clinical Pharmacology

Common Drug Interactions

Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer

What I Need to Know about Lipids in 2020

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

Clinical Reasoning

Clinical Images: Improve Your Knowledge Base/Clinical Reasoning Skills Diagnostic Reasoning for the Internist

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer New Understanding of Obesity: Adipose Tissue as an Endocrine Organ

Genetics and Genomics

Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know

Geriatric Medicine

Inpatient Delirium: It's Not Just La La Land

Hematology Hospital Medicine

Update in Hematology Combating Hospitalist Burnout: Well-Being for the Front-Line Provider Diagnostic Reasoning for the Internist Inpatient Delirium: It's Not Just La La Land

Nephrology and Hypertension Oncology

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

High-Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging CKD for the PCP

Prostate Cancer: What an Internist Needs to Know

Pain Management

Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer Evaluation for Atypical Chest Pain Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

Practice Management

Alternative Practice Models

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Inpatient Delirium: It's Not Just La La Land

Hot Topics for Subspecialists

Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: Post–Intensive Care Syndrome

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Post-Hospital Care of the ICU Survivor: Post–Intensive Care Syndrome Current Role of Noninvasive Ventilation for Acute Respiratory Failure

Quality and Patient Safety Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

High-Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Clinical Triad: Immunotherapy of Cancer Sports Medicine

Additional Topics

Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

Primary Care of the Twenty-Something: The Young and the Restless High-Value Approach to Inpatient Imaging

Exhibit Hall Hours Innovation Theater Clinical Skills Center

Preliminary Program—Subject to Change

8:00 a.m. Clinical Skills Center Opens

8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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Friday

9:30 a.m.

11:15 a.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: The State of Telemedicine

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management

Osteoarthritis: What Works?

Food as Medicine

Vector-Borne Illness: Coming to a State or Territory Near You

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Barrett's Esophagus, and Dyspepsia

Women and Heart Disease

Images in Medicine: Clinical Problem Solving

Wound Care for the Primary Care Physician

Reduced and Preserved Ejection Fraction Heart Failure Telling the Patient's Story in the EHR World

Cardiology

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious

Women and Heart Disease

Reduced and Preserved Ejection Fraction Heart Failure

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Understanding Clinical Research

Creating Professional Fulfillment

What Effective Leaders Do: Equity and Inclusion for Successful Teams

Clinical Pharmacology

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management Drug Nephrotoxicity in Internal Medicine

Clinical Reasoning

Combating Cognitive Bias: Improving Clinical Decision Making

Images in Medicine: Clinical Problem Solving

Understanding Clinical Research

Dermatology

Wound Care for the Primary Care Physician

End-of-Life and Palliative Care

Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Food as Medicine

Ethics and Health Policy

60 Minutes: Special Report on Hot Issues in Health Policy

Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Update in Gastroenterology

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Barrett's Esophagus, and Dyspepsia

Geriatric Medicine

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management

Health Information Technology

C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: The State of Telemedicine

Hematology

Appropriate Transfusion of Blood Products in the Acutely Ill Patient

Hospital Medicine

Appropriate Transfusion of Blood Products in the Acutely Ill Patient Inpatient Coding: Thinking inside the Box High-Value Syncope Workup

Telling the Patient's Story in the EHR World

Update in Hospital Medicine

Transfer from Surgery: What Hospitalists Should Know: A Live Podcast

Infectious Diseases

Vector-Borne Illness: Coming to a State or Territory Near You

Nephrology and Hypertension

Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases Drug Nephrotoxicity in Internal Medicine

Neurology

High-Value Syncope Workup

Pain Management

Osteoarthritis: What Works?

Practice Management

C. Wesley Eisele Lecture: The State of Telemedicine

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Inpatient Coding: Thinking inside the Box Alcohol Use Disorder Management

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Appropriate Transfusion of Blood Products in the Acutely Ill Patient

Quality and Patient Safety

Communicating Effectively When You Don't Want To High-Value Syncope Workup

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

Osteoarthritis: What Works?

Women’s Health

Women and Heart Disease

Additional Topics

Thieves' Market

Clinical Pearls: Nephrology & Hypertension and Infectious Diseases

Wound Care for the Primary Care Physician

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens

Innovation Theater Clinical Skills Center

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8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

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4:30 p.m.

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Care for the Underserved A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health Telemedicine Update in Ambulatory General Internal Medicine

Caring for the Patient with More Severe Asthma Clinical Triad: It’s All in Your Head Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine & Genetics in Primary Care Primary Care for the Renal Transplant Recipient Rapid-Fire ECGs The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement Women’s Fatigue: Doctor, Why Am I So Tired?

Cardiology Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

Clinical Pharmacology Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows Endocrinology and Metabolism Ethics and Health Policy Gastroenterology and Hepatology Gender in Medicine Genetics and Genomics Geriatric Medicine Health Information Technology Hematology Hospital Medicine Infectious Diseases Medical Students Nephrology and Hypertension Neurology Pain Management Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Quality and Patient Safety

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Social Determinants of Health

Women’s Health Additional Topics

Exhibit Hall Hours Innovation Theater Clinical Skills Center

Preliminary Program—Subject to Change

Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology Care for the Underserved Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious Rapid-Fire ECGs Preparing for the On and Off Ramps throughout a Physician's Career Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication Reclaiming Meaning and Reducing Burnout by Making Empathic Connections The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement Primary Care for the Renal Transplant Recipient

Update in Endocrinology Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine & Genetics in Primary Care Caring for the Inpatient with GI Bleed Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine & Genetics in Primary Care

Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom Stroke Management Telemedicine Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital Stroke Management MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology Stump the Professor Stroke Management Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

Caring for the Inpatient with GI Bleed Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication C diff: Guidelines, Tx, Infection Control, & Environmental Management Interprofessionalism for Med Students: Understanding Health Care Teams Primary Care for the Renal Transplant Recipient Clinical Triad: It’s All in Your Head

Caring for the Patient with More Severe Asthma C diff: Guidelines, Tx, Infection Control, & Environmental Management Quality Improvement: Participation to Publication The Top 10 Tips for Demystifying Patient Engagement Utilizing Health Literacy Communication Techniques Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Caring for the Patient with More Severe Asthma Care for the Underserved Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos Women’s Fatigue: Doctor, Why Am I So Tired? MSFM: Infectious Diseases, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology ACP 2020 Presentation Challenge, powered by PechaKucha™ Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health Update in Ambulatory General Internal Medicine Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

12:45-2:15 p.m. Lunch Break 1:00-1:45 p.m. Session 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

3:45-4:30 p.m. Coffee Break • 4:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Closes 3:45-4:30 p.m. Session 6:00 p.m. Clinical Skills Center Closes

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Saturday

7:00 a.m.

8:15 a.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans Approach to Patients w/Elevated Creatine Kinase & Suspected Myopathy Chronic Peripheral Artery Disease for the Internist

Cosmetic Dermatology

Don't Snooze on Sleep Medicine

Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly

The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System

Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Gout and Hyperuricemia in Primary Care: Treating to Target

Movement Disorders: Lost in the Shuffle

Hepatitis C: Testing Recommendations and Current Treatment Guidelines Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Psychiatry for the Nonpsychiatrist

Cardiology

Chronic Peripheral Artery Disease for the Internist

Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine Presentation Skills for Physicians

Clinical Pharmacology

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Dermatology

Cosmetic Dermatology

End-of-Life and Palliative Care Endocrinology and Metabolism

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System

Ethics and Health Policy

Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Elevated Liver Function Tests and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Gender in Medicine

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine

Genetics and Genomics

Annals Beyond the Guidelines: Genetic Testing

Geriatric Medicine

The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System

Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly

Hospital Medicine

High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients into the Conversation

Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes

Is My ICU Patient Wet or Dry?

Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Infectious Diseases

Hepatitis C: Testing Recommendations and Current Treatment Guidelines

Nephrology and Hypertension

Is My ICU Patient Wet or Dry?

Neurology

Movement Disorders: Lost in the Shuffle

Oncology

Update in Oncology

Pain Management

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Practice Management

High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients into the Conversation

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Psychiatry for the Nonpsychiatrist

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Don't Snooze on Sleep Medicine

Clinical Triad: Oxygen Supplementation

Is My ICU Patient Wet or Dry?

Quality and Patient Safety

High-Value Care: Time to Bring Patients into the Conversation Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

Gout and Hyperuricemia in Primary Care: Treating to Target

Veteran’s Health

A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans

Additional Topics

Don't Snooze on Sleep Medicine

Annals Beyond the Guidelines: Genetic Testing

8:00 a.m. Clinical Skills Center Opens

8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

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SCHEDULE PLANNER

Saturday

9:30 a.m.

11:15 a.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

B12 Deficiency: New Insights for an Old Disease

Anorectal Diseases: Getting to the Bottom of It

Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Black Men's Health

The Curse of the Palpitation

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Dental–Medical Interface: Cornerstone of Interprofessional Health Care Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization HIV Pre- & Postexposure Treatment: Current Tx for Treatment-Naive Pts. Quality Payment Program Advanced Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes

Update in Geriatric Medicine

Smoking Cessation: Quitting Is for Winners

Cardiology

The Curse of the Palpitation

Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Creating a Culture of Civility in Medicine Practice-Level Tips for Improving Well-Being

Clinical Pharmacology

Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Clinical Reasoning

Combating Cognitive Bias: Improving Clinical Decision Making

Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows

Inpatient Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias Chapter Experiences in Volunteering Exploring Alternative Career Paths

Exploring Alternative Career Paths

End-of-Life and Palliative Care

The History of Death and Medicine: A Live Podcast

Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal/Sports Med

Endocrinology and Metabolism

Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

Anorectal Diseases: Getting to the Bottom of It

Geriatric Medicine

Osteoporosis and Beyond Update in Geriatric Medicine

Health Information Technology

Hot Topics in Health Information Technology: Trends Reshaping Medicine

Hematology

B12 Deficiency: New Insights for an Old Disease

Hospital Medicine

The History of Death and Medicine: A Live Podcast

Inpatient Management of Cardiac Arrhythmias

Inpatient Pneumonia Treatment: What's New?

Sepsis Management

Infectious Diseases

HIV Pre- & Postexposure Treatment: Current Tx for Treatment-Naive Pts. Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization Sepsis Management

Medical Students

Mastering the Match for International Students Mastering the Match for U.S. Students

Pain Management

Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Practice Management

Practice-Level Tips for Improving Well-Being

Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders

Smoking Cessation: Quitting Is for Winners

Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care

Inpatient Pneumonia Treatment: What's New?

Sepsis Management

Quality and Patient Safety

Communicating Effectively When You Don't Want To

Medical Improv: Method to Improve Communication Skills with Empathy

Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization Quality Payment Program Advanced

Sepsis Management

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology

Update in Rheumatology

Social Determinants of Health

Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal/Sports Med Black Men's Health Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization

Women’s Health

Menopause Hormone Therapy: Keeping Up with the Changes

Osteoporosis and Beyond

Additional Topics

Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

Annals of Internal Medicine: Recent Articles that Influence Practice

Dental–Medical Interface: Cornerstone of Interprofessional Health Care Black Men's Health Chapter Experiences in Volunteering Clinical Pearls: Palliative Medicine and Musculoskeletal/Sports Med

Exhibit Hall Hours

10:00 a.m. Exhibit Hall Opens

10:30–11:15 a.m. Coffee Break

Clinical Skills Center

8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

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Saturday

2:15 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

Ambulatory Medicine

A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care Food as Medical Intervention: Impact of Eating Habits on Global Health Succeeding in Value-Based Payment Transgender Health

Atrial Fibrillation: Insights from the Guidelines for the Practitioner Colon Cancer Screening: Who? When? How? Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care Essential Dermatology for the Internist The Panorama of Pulmonary Hypertension for the Internist Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges/Opportunities Rheumatoid Arthritis: Past, Present, Future Atrial Fibrillation: Insights from the Guidelines for the Practitioner

MSFM: Cardiology, Psychiatry, Allergy & Immunology Cardiology Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care Clinical Pharmacology Dermatology Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows The General Internist in 2020 End-of-Life and Palliative Care Transgender Health Endocrinology and Metabolism Ethics and Health Policy Transgender Health Gender in Medicine Genetics and Genomics Geriatric Medicine Complex Thromboembolism Management Hematology Cellulitis and Lookalikes Hospital Medicine Complex Thromboembolism Management

Infectious Diseases Medical Students Nephrology and Hypertension Oncology Perioperative Medicine Practice Management Psychiatry and Substance Use Disorders Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care Quality and Patient Safety Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Social Determinants of Health Veteran’s Health Women’s Health Additional Topics

Exhibit Hall Hours Clinical Skills Center

New FDA-Approved Medications Essential Dermatology for the Internist

Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges/Opportunities Colon Cancer Screening: Who? When? How? Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care Perioperative Anticoagulation Caring for the Inpatient with Limited English Proficiency Perioperative Anticoagulation Readmissions: Why Haven't We Fixed This Yet?

Cellulitis and Lookalikes I Failed. It’s Okay.: Overcoming Challenges during Medical School

Exploring Alternative Practice Models in Primary Care Succeeding in Value-Based Payment MSFM: Cardiology, Psychiatry, Allergy & Immunology Complex Thromboembolism Management Succeeding in Value-Based Payment The SUPER Framework: Communication Tool for Discussing Goals of Care MSFM: Cardiology, Psychiatry, Allergy & Immunology Food as Medical Intervention: Impact of Eating Habits on Global Health Understanding Medical Decision Making in Diverse Cultures A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans

Update in Nephrology Colon Cancer Screening: Who? When? How? Perioperative Anticoagulation Readmissions: Why Haven't We Fixed This Yet?

The Panorama of Pulmonary Hypertension for the Internist Readmissions: Why Haven't We Fixed This Yet? Rheumatoid Arthritis: Past, Present, Future Caring for the Inpatient with Limited English Proficiency Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care Public Policy Affecting Women’s Health Care: Challenges/Opportunities

Food as Medical Intervention: Impact of Eating Habits on Global Health MSFM: Cardiology, Psychiatry, Allergy & Immunology Stump the Professor Transgender Health Turning Points in History: When Disease Hits Leaders Understanding Medical Decision Making in Diverse Cultures 2:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Closes 3:00 p.m. Clinical Skills Center Closes

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ATTEND INTERNAL MEDICINE MEETING 2020—FULFILL STATE CME REQUIREMENTS

Attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 is an excellent way to fulfill your state CME relicensure requirements, with sessions that meet broad-based state CME requirements, as well as specific content requirements mandated by some states. Contact your state medical board for information on specific requirements in your state. The following are content areas required by many states.

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A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans in Your Practice

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Black Men’s Health

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Care for the Underserved

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Caring for the Inpatient with Limited English Proficiency

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Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

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Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine Health for the Homeless Patient

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Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine

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Transgender Health Understanding Medical Decision Making in Diverse Cultures

Electronic Health Records

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EHR’s Hidden Magic: Using Data to Manage Your Patient Population

Inpatient Palliative Care

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Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills to Protect Our Communities’ Health Overcoming Physician Gender Disparities in Inpatient Medicine Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop

Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

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Examining Unconscious Bias and Building Diversity in Medicine

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Telling the Patient’s Story in the EHR World

Cultural Considerations in End-of-Life Care

Ethics Year in Review

Cognitive Testing and Planning Future Care

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Ethical Case Challenges: Precision Medicine and Genetics in Primary Care

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Leveraging Your EHR to Reduce Administrative Tasks and Improve Patient Care

End-of-Life and Palliative Health Care

Care for the Underserved

Geriatric Medicine MM

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The History of Death and Medicine: A Live Podcast

Ethics/Professional Responsibility

Immigration and Health Policy: Building Advocacy Skills to Protect Our Communities’ Health

Preventive Medicine and Social Determinants of Health: A Joint Session of the American College of Physicians and European Federation of Internal Medicine

Spirituality in End-of-Life Care: What Is the Physician’s Role?

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Deprescribing: How to Reduce Medication Burden in the Elderly Glycemic Goals for Older Adults with Diabetes: An Evidence-Based Approach Inpatient Delirium: It’s Not Just La La Land Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient Oral Anticoagulation in the Older Adult: Patience and Wisdom Osteoporosis and Beyond annualmeeting.acponline.org

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The Effect of Aging on the Endocrine System

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Update in Geriatric Medicine

HIV/AIDS MM

HIV Pre- and Postexposure Treatment: Current Therapies for Treatment-Naive Patients

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New FDA-Approved Medications

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Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

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Infectious Diseases/Infection Control MM MM

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Managing Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain in the Older Patient

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Cellulitis and Look-alikes

Practical Palliative Care: Managing Pain at the End of Life Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder

Clostridioides difficile: Update on Guidelines, Treatment, Infection Control, and Environmental Management

Patient Safety/Risk Management/ Prevention of Medical Errors

Hepatitis C: Testing Recommendations and Current Treatment Guidelines

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HIV Pre- and Postexposure Treatment: Current Therapies for Treatment-Naive Patients

Aiming for Zero Harm: Inpatient Quality and Safety Clostridioides difficile: Update on Guidelines, Treatment, Infection Control, and Environmental Management

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Inpatient Antibiotic Selection

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Common Medication Side Effects

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Outpatient Antibiotics: To Use or Preserve?

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Safe Opioid Use in the Hospital

Practical Strategies for Adult Immunization: Increase Rates while Improving Equity, Efficiency, and Reimbursement

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Sepsis Management

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Preventing Hospital Infection & Enhancing Patient Safety Circa 2020: In Search of the “Aha” Moment

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Sepsis Management

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Update in Infectious Diseases

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Vector-Borne Illness: Coming to a State or Territory Near You

Pain Management/Prescribing Controlled Substances/ Opioid Prescribing MM

Cannabis: Harmful or Healing

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Chronic Pain: Beyond Opioids

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Common Drug Interactions

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Transfer from Surgery: What Every Hospitalist Should Know: A Live Podcast

Substance Abuse/Addiction Disorders MM

Alcohol Use Disorder Management

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Outpatient Management of Opioid Use Disorder

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Smoking Cessation: Quitting Is for Winners

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Stimulants, Hallucinogens, and Club Drugs—Oh My!

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When Your Medically Ill Inpatient Has an Opioid Use Disorder


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CLINICAL SKILLS CENTER

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he Clinical Skills Center, known as the “Thrills and Skills” epicenter of the meeting, hosts a variety of cutting-edge clinical skills enhancement activities. Learn how to safely perform common procedures, refine interpretive skills, and update physical examination skills in a unique, small-group learning environment. Plus, participate in other exclusive events and exhibits designed to improve well-being and professional fulfillment.

Advance Registration Be Sure to Reserve Your Ticket in Advance! Once you’ve registered for the meeting, please reserve tickets for the Clinical Skills Center to guarantee your place in our popular hands-on learning activities. Purchase a reserved ticket for $20 per activity to secure your spot at your desired time. For more information and to purchase your reserved tickets, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/clinicalskills.

Clinical Skills Center Hours Thursday • 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Friday • 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Saturday • 8:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Policy for Reserved Clinical Skills Center Activities Your $20 reservation fee reserves a seat until the activity begins. Because capacity is limited and demand is strong, seats left unfilled when the activity begins will be made available to others, without exception. If you are late to a registered activity, you will only be admitted if capacity allows.

Cancellation Policy Refunds will be given for Clinical Skills Center cancellations made until April 4, 2020. After April 4, 2020, no refunds will be given.

Point-of-Care Ultrasound Training (POCUS) Building Your Ultrasound Portfolio: Image Review and Feedback Enhance the quality of your portable ultrasound examinations by reviewing your images in person with experts in the field. This session is ideal for participants of prior ultrasound workshops who do not have local access to image quality assurance and would like personalized feedback and mentorship as they learn this important skill.

POCUS for Beginners Participants will become familiar with the portable ultrasound machine in the context of common physical exam maneuvers and learn hands-on, practical techniques for acquiring and analyzing high-quality images in routine clinical practice.

Ultrasound-Guided Central Venous Line Placement Using ultrasonography equipment and training models, learn how to find vessels and practice line placement technique.

Ultrasound-Guided Lumbar Puncture Watch a demonstration of lumbar puncture technique and then practice the procedure on simulation models. Expert faculty will provide feedback and discuss preand postprocedure protocol.

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Ultrasound-Guided Paracentesis

Suturing Skills

Using ultrasonography equipment and training models, learn how to find landmarks and practice paracentesis technique. The indications, contraindications, and complications of the procedure will also be reviewed.

Learn several different suturing techniques by practicing on pigs’ feet. Expert faculty will facilitate and provide feedback.

Ultrasound-Guided PICC Line Placement

Learn the indications for toenail removal. Use surgical instruments to practice a digital block, wedge resection, removal of an ingrown toenail, and wound care on a realistic model.

This workshop will reintroduce peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line training to physicians and allow them the opportunity to practice placement of PICC lines in a simulated setting. Faculty will teach the indications, technical skills, and practice implications regarding placement of PICC lines and provide hands-on training using portable ultrasonography.

Ultrasound-Guided Thoracentesis Using ultrasonography equipment and training models, learn how to identify landmarks, diagnose pleural effusions, and practice thoracentesis technique. The indications, contraindications, and complications of the procedure will also be reviewed.

Procedural Training Arthrocentesis and Bursal Injections Learn the anatomical landmarks used to identify injection sites as well as the steps for performing arthrocentesis and bursal injection using joint models for practice.

Incision and Drainage of Abscesses Using simulation models, learn how to incise, drain, irrigate, and pack abscesses under the supervision of expert faculty.

Intraosseous Catheter Placement Learn the potentially lifesaving applications for IO catheters and how to minimize and monitor for complications. Under faculty supervision, participants will practice placing IO catheters on task trainers.

Skin Biopsy and Cryosurgery Learn how to perform a variety of skin biopsy and cryosurgery techniques. Faculty provide instruction and feedback as you practice these techniques on pigs’ feet.

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Training in Physical Examination and Assessment Skills 21st-Century Bedside Medicine Skills Learn to perform and interpret high-yield physical exam maneuvers and incorporate emerging technology into your clinical practice.

Cardiac Diagnosis with “Harvey®”, the Cardiopulmonary Simulated Patient Using repetitive practice with feedback, this workshop will teach the most important bedside cardiac findings using “Harvey®”, The Cardiopulmonary Patient Simulator.

Chronic Leg Wound Management Learn to differentiate among major leg wound categories, prepare wounds for treatment, and determine which topical or systemic treatments to use on chronic leg wounds. This workshop will focus on when to use multilayer compression wraps and provide practical tips for the management of venous leg ulcers.

Diagnosis-Driven Physical Examination of the Knee Improve your skills at taking a focused history and performance of the diagnosis-driven physical examination of the knee. Participants will learn knee exam maneuvers that are useful in identifying the most commonly diagnosed knee problems seen by internists in primary care. Participants will change into scrubs (provided by the Clinical Skills Center) and break into small groups for hands-on practice on each other.


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Diagnosis-Driven Physical Examination of the Shoulder Improve your skills at taking a focused history and performance of the diagnosis-driven physical examination of the shoulder. Participants will learn shoulder exam maneuvers that are useful in identifying the most commonly diagnosed shoulder problems seen by internists in primary care. Participants will change into scrubs (provided by the Clinical Skills Center) and break into small groups for hands-on practice on each other.

Foot and Ankle Disorders Become familiar with common disorders of the foot and ankle, learn the appropriate use of foot and ankle orthotics, and recognize indications for imaging studies and subspecialty referral.

Function-Focused Gait Assessment Strengthen your knowledge of normal versus abnormal walking and running by combining highly effective clinical history gathering methods with hands-on practice of focused clinical physical examination skills.

Ophthalmoscopic Skills Learn the proper technique of direct ophthalmoscopy and how to examine the structures of the eye. Working with faculty in small groups, learn to recognize normal anatomy and clinical findings of common eye pathologies.

Interactive “Virtual Dx” Microlearning Enhance your chest X-ray interpretation skills, dermatologic image interpretation, and point-of-care ultrasound analysis skills by engaging in a variety of microlearning opportunities based on the popular Virtual Dx program from MKSAP. Relax and learn at your pace and on your schedule. Please note: Tickets are not required for Virtual Dx activities.

Well-Being and Professional Fulfillment Participate in a series of mini skills sessions to enhance well-being and professional fulfillment; 3 different sessions will be repeated each day. Check out the ACP Well-being Champion posters. See examples of how ACP’s 160 well-being champions from over 70 chapters are implementing quick wins and large culture change initiatives to help you and the internal medicine community thrive. Finally, bring old and new friends and unwind at the fun zone! A selfie area, props, thank you note station, and other activities await.

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ost sessions at Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 are held in large rooms that can accommodate anticipated attendance. However, Clinical Workshops, because of their special educational requirements (e.g., close faculty–learner interaction or limited equipment for hands-on learning), have a limited number of seats available. There is no ticket required to attend these workshops; however, it is highly recommended that you arrive at the classroom well in advance of the scheduled start time. Seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Ambulatory Medicine

Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting Friday 7:00-8:00 a.m. Friday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday 7:00-8:00 a.m.

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Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Friday 2:15-4:15 p.m. CW 026 Saturday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 027 Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Thursday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 028 Friday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 029

A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans in Your Practice Saturday 7:00-8:30 a.m. CW 001 Saturday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 002

Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 030 Friday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 031

A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 003 Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 004 Friday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 005

Cardiology

Beyond A1C: Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Management in Primary Care Thursday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 006 Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

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Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop Thursday 4:30-6:00 p.m. CW 011 Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 012 Clinical Images to Improve Your Knowledge Base and Refine Your Clinical Reasoning Skills Thursday 7:00-8:00 a.m. CW 013 Thursday 8:15-9:15 a.m. CW 014 Friday 8:15-9:15 a.m. CW 015

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Cardiac Murmurs: Benign or Serious Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Friday 4:30-6:00 p.m.

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Life-Threatening ECGs Encountered in the Outpatient Setting Friday 7:00-8:00 a.m. Friday 9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday 7:00-8:00 a.m.

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Career Development and Professional Satisfaction Creating Professional Fulfillment Friday 7:00-8:30 a.m. Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

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Reclaiming Meaning and Reducing Burnout by Making Empathic Connections Friday 4:30-6:00 p.m. CW 032


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CLINICAL WORKSHOPS

Clinical Pharmacology Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop Thursday 4:30-6:00 p.m. CW 011 Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 012

Clinical Reasoning Clinical Images to Improve Your Knowledge Base and Refine Your Clinical Reasoning Skills Thursday 7:00-8:00 a.m. CW 013 Thursday 8:15-9:15 a.m. CW 014 Friday 8:15-9:15 a.m. CW 015 Combating Cognitive Bias: Improving Clinical Decision Making in Everyday Practice Friday 9:30-11:00 a.m. CW 016 Saturday 9:30-11:00 a.m. CW 017

Endocrinology and Metabolism Beyond A1C: Using Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Improve Type 2 Diabetes Management in Primary Care Thursday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 006

Geriatric Medicine Challenges in Geriatric Medication Management: An Interactive Case-Based Workshop Thursday 4:30-6:00 p.m. CW 011 Friday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 012

Quality and Patient Safety

The SUPER Framework: An Innovative Communication Tool for Discussing Goals of Care Saturday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 033 Utilizing Health Literacy Communication Techniques to Improve the Patient and Physician Experience Friday 4:30-6:00 p.m. CW 034

Rheumatology and Allergy & Immunology Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Knee Thursday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 028 Friday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 029 Practical Office Orthopedics for Primary Care Providers: The Shoulder Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 030 Friday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 031

Veteran’s Health A Brief Military History: The Key to Good Health Care for Veterans in Your Practice Saturday 7:00-8:30 a.m. CW 001 Saturday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 002

Women’s Health A Complete Contraceptive Toolkit: Cases and Demos Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 003 Thursday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 004 Friday 2:15-3:45 p.m. CW 005

Communicating Effectively When You Don’t Want To: Practical Strategies for Difficult Conversations with Patients, Staff, Administrators and Other Clinicians Friday 9:30-11:00 a.m. CW 018 Saturday 9:30-11:00 a.m. CW 019 Medical Improv: Novel Method to Improve Communication Skills with Empathy Saturday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. CW 025 Motivational Interviewing for the Busy Clinician Friday 2:15-4:15 p.m. CW 026 Saturday 7:00-9:00 a.m. CW 027

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PARTICIPATE IN THE ACP-MIT HACKATHON COLLABORATE, INITIATE, INVIGORATE WHAT: 5 hours of forward thinking with MIT’s renowned Hacking Medicine program

WHEN: Saturday, April 25, 2020

from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live Hackathons provide a unique platform to solve problems with intense teamwork and collaboration in a short amount of time. ACP is again partnering with MIT to bring together professionals spanning the entire healthcare ecosystem to develop interdisciplinary hacks (solutions) to improve workflows. No technical expertise required. Collaborate with allied health professionals, technologists, designers, developers, and others to build innovative prototypes. You’ll leave with dynamic tools to invent your own solutions and collaborative insight into the current challenges that impact physician well-being. Plus—prizes for the three top-performing teams!

Learn more and submit your application today: annualmeeting.acponline.org/hackathon2020 in cooperation with

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FIRST-TIME ATTENDEES NETWORKING RECEPTION* WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22 4:45–6:00 p.m. Los Angeles Convention Center •

Meet other first-time attendees and College leaders

Receive guidance from ACP staff, veteran attendees, and volunteers on how to get the most of your first Internal Medicine Meeting and how to find the scientific sessions that best meet your needs

Get pointers for using the ACP meeting app *Invitation only

GLOBAL RECEPTION THURSDAY, APRIL 23 8:00-9:30 p.m. JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live •

Meet with leaders from ACP and internal medicine societies from around the world

This reception is open to all international attendees and their guests

RECOGNITION RECEPTION FOR ACP YOUNG ACHIEVERS SATURDAY, APRIL 25 6:30–7:30 p.m. Los Angeles Convention Center •

Join us as we celebrate the winners of the Early Career Physician, Resident/Fellow Member, and Student Member Abstract Competitions; the 2020 ACP Doctor’s Dilemma® winning team, and other national award winners

For more information on special events, download the ACP Meetings app or view the schedule at annualmeeting.acponline.org

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DON’T MISS THESE SPECIAL EVENTS

Wednesday, April 22 First-Time Attendees Networking Reception 4:45–6:00 p.m. • CC By Invitation Only. With so many desirable sessions and unique events happening throughout the week, your first stop should be the First-Time Attendees Networking Reception. Drop by to meet other first-time attendees, staff, and volunteers who will help provide guidance for navigating your first ACP Internal Medicine Meeting. No matter your professional setting or focus, members and College leaders will be on hand to help guide you to the best sessions for your needs and provide advice on optimizing your experience. Staff will also be available to show you how to use the ACP Meetings app, find networking and social opportunities, and map your route in the Convention Center. We are so happy you will be with us for the first time and we hope this will be the first of many ACP Meetings you will attend! Please note, this event is designed for post-training physicians attending the meeting for the first time.

Annals of Internal Medicine: “On Being a Doctor” Story Slam

Volunteerism Networking Luncheon 12:45–2:15 p.m. • CC Reservations required. This luncheon provides an opportunity for physicians to share plans, experiences, and information about medical volunteer work both in the U.S. and abroad. Experienced volunteers and those who are considering to volunteer are all welcome.

Convocation Ceremony 6:00 p.m. • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. Please join ACP leaders in honoring those recently elected to Fellowship. Recognized by their peers for outstanding medical scholarship and professional achievement, new Fellows march alongside their ACP governors and local awardees in a moving ceremony. Designed to showcase excellence in medicine, Convocation includes the presentation of Mastership and specific individual and organizational awards granted by the College. The global community of internal medicine is represented by colleagues from the International Society of Internal Medicine, the European Federation of Internal Medicine, and the Royal Colleges and Academies, who join ACP leaders on stage to celebrate this important event.

5:30-7:30 p.m. • HQ

Global Reception

Open to all attendees. Tickets required: RSVP event with cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres.

8:00–9:30 p.m. • HQ

For more than two decades, Annals of Internal Medicine has published personal essays by physicians in a series called “On Being a Doctor.” Building on this popular series, Annals developed the “On Being a Doctor” Story Slam (www.annals.org/storyslam). Story slams are events that celebrate storytelling by inviting participants to verbally share brief stories with an audience. Sharing stories reminds us what is special about our profession— storytellers and listeners alike find the Story Slams rejuvenating. Join us for an evening of storytelling during Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. Ten of your colleagues will share stories that are sure to provoke thought and inspire you. This event is not designated for CME credit.

Thursday, April 23 Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speaker 9:30–10:30 a.m. • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. All attendees and their guests are invited to attend the Opening Ceremony, which marks the official beginning of Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. This year’s Opening Ceremony features guest speaker Nirav R. Shah, MD, MPH, MACP. 46

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This reception is open to all international attendees and their guests, as well as other attendees who are interested in meeting with leaders from ACP and internal medicine societies from around the world.

Friday, April 24 Global Forum 9:00–11:00 a.m. • HQ Tickets required. The ACP Global Forum will focus on the topic of Defining Internal Medicine and the Internist Around the Globe, Now and Into the Future. The Forum is open to attendees; however, space is limited.

Saturday, April 25 Annual Business Meeting and Town Hall 12:45–1:45 p.m. • CC Open to all attendees. No tickets required. All ACP members are encouraged to attend. Incoming Officers, new Regents, and first-year Governors will be introduced. The Treasurer and EVP/CEO will report on the College’s current status and priorities.


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DON’T MISS THESE SPECIAL EVENTS

ACP MIT Hacking Medicine: a Mini-Hackathon

Early Career Physicians Networking Luncheon

Saturday • 7:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. • HQ

Thursday • 12:45–2:15 p.m. • CC

ACP is again partnering with MIT to bring together professionals spanning the entire healthcare ecosystem to develop interdisciplinary hacks (solutions) to improve workflows. Collaborate with allied health professionals, technologists, designers, developers, and others to build innovative prototypes. No technical expertise is required. To learn more and to register, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/hackathon2020

This luncheon provides the opportunity for doctors who have recently completed training to network with more experienced physicians, discuss common problems relating to medical practice today, and learn how to become active in the College and advance to Fellowship. Complimentary boxed lunches will be available to the first 100 attendees.

Events for Early Career Physicians, Residents/Fellows, and Medical Students

Friday • 12:45–2:15 p.m. • CC

Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 offers a special three-day program of ancillary events and workshops specifically for early career physicians, residents and fellows-in-training, and medical students.

ACP Doctor’s Dilemma® Thursday–Saturday • HQ Enjoy this fast-paced, Jeopardy-style program in which resident winners from local chapters test their knowledge of internal medicine.

ACP Posters Hospitality Area Thursday–Saturday • CC Learn from the abstract posters and then stop by to enjoy coffee and refreshments with friends and colleagues.

Resident/Fellow Member Luncheon Forum 2020: Caring for Immigrants: Clinician and Advocate Thursday • 12:45–2:15 p.m. • CC Across our communities, physicians face challenges providing high-quality, evidence-based, compassionate care for our immigrant populations. Language barriers and cultural differences are frequently cited as barriers to providing optimal care, but financial limitations, poor access, and fear that medical treatment may impact decisions about legal status are also relevant. Given that immigrants are one of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population and are more likely to be uninsured, they often get more inpatient treatment and less outpatient care. In this session, front-line clinicians and researchers will discuss strategies for providing vulnerable immigrant populations with the best possible care.

Resident/Fellow Abstract Luncheons Winners of the competition present their award-winning work in the Research and Clinical Vignette categories. Complimentary boxed lunches are provided. All winner and finalist abstracts will be available on the College’s Web site, acponline.org. Abstract presentations are not designated for CME credit.

Medical Student Welcome Session and Student Story Slam Friday • 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. • CC

Medical Student Mentoring Breakfast Saturday • 7:00–9:00 a.m. • HQ Reservations required. This is a ticketed event. Medical students are invited to gather with internist mentors to discuss career options in internal medicine. Reservations required at the onsite Medical Student Welcome Center.

Medical Student Abstract Luncheon Saturday • 12:45–2:15 p.m. • CC Winners of the competition present their award-winning work in the Research and Clinical Vignette categories. Complimentary boxed lunches will be provided. All winner and finalist abstracts will be available on ACP’s Web site, acponline.org.

International Medical Student Information Session Saturday • 12:45-2:15 p.m.

Medical Student Town Hall Saturday • 4:00-5:00 p.m. • CC

Recognition Reception for ACP Young Achievers Saturday • 6:30–7:30 p.m. • CC Join us as we celebrate the winners of the Early Career Physician, Resident/Fellow Member, and Student Member Abstract Competitions; the 2020 ACP Doctor’s Dilemma® winning team, and other national award winners. annualmeeting.acponline.org

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VISIT THE EXHIBIT HALL (LOCATED IN HALL GHJ)

Exhibit Hall

Network, Learn, and Engage in the Exhibit Hall. Hours: 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday • 10:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Saturday

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Discover the latest innovations in medical products and technology

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Meet with over 200 exhibitors

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Relax and grab a bite during breaks

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Tech Hub: Experience emerging technologies through demonstrations, presentations, and one-on-one discussions with participating companies, including:

 nhance your education with additional E learning opportunities

Exhibit Hall Events and Experiences: ACP Resource Center: Test drive ACP products and digital services, hear brief presentations from ACP staff, and learn more about the benefits of ACP membership. Attendee Headshots: Pose for a complimentary professional headshot. ACP Relaxation Station: Unwind, learn about physician well-being, and enjoy a complimentary massage. Contests and Raffles: ACP Raffle Booth: Visit daily for a chance to win free registration to Internal Medicine Meeting 2021, gift certificates, and more exciting prizes! The Doctor’s Challenge: Answer all the questions on your challenge card by visiting participating booths in the Exhibit Hall. Submissions are entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card and other great prizes.

Complimentary Refreshment Breaks and Lunch Join us daily for morning and afternoon refreshment breaks and free lunch. Thursday and Friday 10:30–11:15 a.m. Coffee Break 12:45–2:15 p.m. Lunch Break (FREE) 3:45–4:30 p.m. Afternoon Refreshment Break Saturday 10:30–11:15 a.m. Coffee Break 12:45–2:15 p.m. Lunch Break (Concessions Available)

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VISIT THE EXHIBIT HALL (LOCATED IN HALL GHJ)

Additional Learning Opportunities: Industry-Supported Symposia*: Earn additional CME credit by attending industry-supported symposia. The official schedule will be available online at a later date. For presentations offering Category 1 CME credit, CME credit is provided by organizations other than ACP.

Innovation Theaters*: Get informed by participating in a non-CME informative lunch or snack break discussion to enhance your learning experience at the meeting. *Additional Learning Opportunities are independently organized and are not an official part of the Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Education Program.

Visit the meeting Web site in early 2020 for detailed information on Additional Learning Opportunities.

Visit the ACP Job Placement Center— A Must-See While in Los Angeles Exhibit Hall Booth #838 MM

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Submit a Job Seeker’s Profile at annualmeeting.acponline.org/jpc and have it distributed to participating employers.

For additional information on the ACP Job Placement Center, submitting a job posting, or sponsorship opportunities, contact jobplacementcenter@acponline.org.

Submit job postings for openings in your organization.*

See what physicians are saying about the Center:

View multiple job postings nationwide (also available electronically for your convenience).

“I had several interviews due to connections I made at the meeting with booth participants. These helped significantly in preparing me for later interviews. In short, I was hired 8 weeks from the ACP meeting, which I’m told is fast.”

Register for two popular services**: • CV Review and Consultation Service • Navigating the J1 Waiver Job Search

Bob Hoerr

Meet with potential employers or employees. Register with ACP’s Career Connection for online job searching.

*Must be a physician attending Internal Medicine Meeting 2020, ACP Job Placement Center Sponsor, or exhibitor.

Read more testimonials from physicians and employers online at annualmeeting.acponline.org/ jobplacementcenter **Limited availability—appointment required. E-mail jobplacementcenter@acponline.org to reserve a spot.

Premium Supporters Booth #1142

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Booth #1617

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GUEST ACTIVITIES PROGRAM

ACP Welcomes Your Guests! Guest Program Registrant

Camp ACP Child Care Program

($50 for 3 days)

For your convenience, you can plan child care through Accent on Arrangements, Inc. For more details, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org.

Registered guests are invited to an exclusive breakfast event and have access to the Exhibit Hall and the refreshments distributed in the Hall. Guests receive an ACP tote bag, admission to the Opening Ceremony, a Los Angeles Visitor’s Guide, entry into a raffle drawing, and shuttle service between hotels and the Convention Center. Registered guests may include family members (16 years of age or older) or friends who are not in the medical industry. A coworker or an associate in the medical industry may not register as a guest. Guests are not permitted to attend any portion of the Scientific Program other than the Opening Ceremony.

Guest Policy Only those with a Guest badge will be permitted in the Exhibit Hall. Only spouses or guests of an Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 registered physician qualify for a badge. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 is a private event for physician attendees and their guests. The Exhibit Hall is not open to the general public.

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For Attendees and Guests Religious Worship A Multi Faith Prayer and Meditation Room will be provided in the Convention Center. For information on other local places of worship, please check with your hotel concierge.

Nursing Mothers’ Suite Comfortably and privately breastfeed your baby or express milk in ACP’s nursing mothers’ suite, located in Room 307 of the Convention Center. In addition, the Convention Center has two lactation rooms: MM

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South Hall: First Aid offices in the lobby, main level by Pico Street entrance, has a sink and outlets. West Hall: Lobby outside Hall A, across from Petree C, has outlets and a single-stall restroom with sink.


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ADVANCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Advance registration for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 is strongly encouraged. Be sure to register by January 31, 2020 (last postmark date) to take advantage of the lowest registration rates. Badges and tickets will not be mailed in advance. Please come to the Physician Onsite Registration area and proceed to the “Paid: Print Badge Here” counters to print your badge and pick up materials. Allow 30 additional minutes for this process. See hours listed on page 52. Use one of the following methods to register:

Online Visit us online and register at annualmeeting.acponline.org/register

Fax 24 hours a day at 215-351-2799. Fax forms must include credit card number, expiration date, security code number, and signature.

Mail Complete the registration form. Be sure to list your daytime phone number in case we need to contact you.

ATTN: AC002 American College of Physicians 190 N. Independence Mall West Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572

Telephone Registration 800-ACP-1915 or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) Be sure to have your VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit card number, expiration date, and security code number available.

Priority Code Please be sure to mention priority code IM20ADVANCE when calling, or enter the priority code when registering online.

Meeting Confirmation Check your meeting confirmation carefully to verify ticket assignment (if applicable). Tickets that do not appear were unavailable because of a full session or a schedule conflict. If you did not receive your confirmation, or you need to make an adjustment, please contact ACP Member and Product Support in writing by e-mail at help@acponline.org, fax 215351-2799, or handle changes onsite. Please allow additional time.

Industry-Supported Presentations and Exhibitor Mailings If you do not wish to receive Industry-Supported Presentations and Exhibitor Mailings, be sure to check the appropriate box on the registration form.

Persons with a Disability Advance notification is essential for us to better serve you. Check the appropriate box and attach a written description of your needs with the registration form before the January 31 deadline. An ACP staff person will contact you to discuss how we can accommodate your request.

Registration Category For the complete list of Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 fees, see the Registration Form. Registrants who are nonmember fellowship trainees, residents, interns, or nonmember medical students must verify their status by including a business card or a letter signed by an appropriate program director or supervisor on official letterhead. The letter must be faxed or mailed with the registration form. If verification is not included, the full nonmember registration fee will be charged. Registration fees are nontransferable.

Not an ACP Member? Join ACP and you will receive substantial discount on Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 registration fees. For membership information, please call ACP Member and Product Support at 800-ACP-1915 or 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET).

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ADVANCE REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Pre-Courses

Payment Options (Payment in full is required.)

Two-day Pre-Courses are only offered as two-day events and priced accordingly. Attendees are expected to be present on both days to claim full credit.

Make check payable to ACP. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. If paying by credit card, please complete credit card information and provide the authorizing signature, expiration date, and security code number. Advance registration forms are not processed without prepayment.

Attendee Cancellation/Refund Policy If you need to cancel your meeting, guest, or Pre-Course registration, ACP must receive written notification by mail, fax, or e-mail before December 31, 2019, for a full refund. Cancellations will not be accepted by telephone. Refunds are provided according to the following schedule: Cancellations received by January 31, 2020: Full refund. Cancellations received between February 1, 2020– April 4, 2020: Refund registration amount less $100 admin­istrative fee. Cancellations received after April 4, 2020: Refund not provided. Guest Program cancellations are subject to a $15 administrative fee. A refund that results from a cancellation or change to your registration will be returned to the payer and in the same form as the original method of payment.

Clinical Skills Center Cancellation Policy To receive a refund for Clinical Skills Center activities, cancellations must be received by April 4, 2020. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received after April 4th.

Important Reminder: Avoid other cancellation fees! If you cancel your plans to attend Internal Medicine Meeting 2020, please be sure to remember to also cancel your meeting registration and your travel and hotel reservations.

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Group Rates Group rates for registration are available. Please contact ACP Member and Product Support at 800-ACP-1915 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) or online at www.acponline.org/contact for additional information.

Onsite Registration Registration will be available online throughout the meeting at annualmeeting.acponline.org/register. If you prefer, staff can assist you at the Physician Registration counters onsite at the Philadelphia Convention Center. Please allow up to 30 minutes for onsite registration. Physician/Guest Registration Hours • CC Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

3:00–6:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.


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TRAVEL INFORMATION

Air Travel Discounted group rates on travel to Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 have been arranged through United and Delta Airlines. For information and booking instructions, see annualmeeting.acponline.org/travel.

Car Rental Avis will offer special discounted rates for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020. To make your reservation, call 800-331-1600 and refer to ACP’s discount number B116099. Reservations can also be confirmed online at annualmeeting.acponline.org/travel.

Taxi Taxis can be found at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) curbside on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal under the yellow sign indicating Taxis. Passengers will be presented with a ticket stating typical fares to major destinations. Only authorized taxis with an official seal issued by the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation on each vehicle are permitted in the airport. It is illegal for any transportation services to solicit fares, and travelers using such services do so at their own risk. Lyft, Opoli, and Uber are authorized to provide pickup services at LAX. Passengers can make a request once they are located on the terminal curbside. Rideshare vehicles may drop off and pick up passengers on the Airport Upper/Departures Level only. The airport fee applies to both a drop-off trip and to a pickup trip. Signs that state “Ride Service Pick-Up” are positioned on the Upper/Departures Level to facilitate the meeting point. For additional information, please visit www.flylax.com/ en/lax-traffic-and-ground-transportation.

Public Transit Free shuttle bus service is provided between Los Angeles International Airport terminals and the following locations: Metro Green Line Aviation Station. Passengers wishing to use this shuttle bus service should wait under the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections sign on the Lower/ Arrivals Level islands in front of each terminal and

board the “G” Shuttle (http://socaltransport.org/tm_ pub_start.php). LAX City Bus Center. Passengers wishing to use this shuttle bus service should wait under the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections sign on the Lower/Arrivals Level islands in front of each terminal and board the LAX City Bus Center/Lot South shuttle. Bus service does not operate from 2:00–4:00 a.m. daily. Other public bus authorities serving LAX are Culver City Bus Lines (www.culvercity.org/how-do-i/find/culvercity-bus/), Santa Monica Big Blue Bus (www.bigbluebus. com/), and Torrance Transit (transit.torranceca.gov/). Passengers can pick up these buses at the LAX City Bus Center. For additional Information, please visit www.flylax.com/ en/lax-traffic-and-ground-transportation. LA Metro also serves the downtown LA and surrounding areas. More information can be found by visiting www.metro.net.

Parking The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) offers convenient parking for downtown LA’s hottest events. The LACC’s South and West Hall Parking Garages are easily accessible from major freeways and offer close parking for LACC, STAPLES Center, Microsoft Theater, The Novo, and L.A. LIVE events. Pay a daily flat rate of $15 to $40 depending on event and parking location— no validation required. General parking garage hours are 5:30 a.m.–9:00 p.m. daily. Please visit www.lacclink.com/attendees/parking for more information.

Shuttle Complimentary shuttle service is provided for all participants at regular intervals to and from the Convention Center and participating hotels during the morning and afternoon hours. PLEASE NOTE: There will be no midday shuttle service. The final schedule will be available at your hotel or at the Convention Center and will include the pickup locations at designated hotels and specific times. All times subject to change based on traffic conditions.

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LOS ANGELES HOTEL INFORMATION

Hotel

Single Double

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Courtyard by Marriott L.A. Live

$287.00

$287.00

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DoubleTree by Hilton Los Angeles Downtown

$250.00

$250.00

3

Freehand LA

$275.00

$275.00

4

Hilton Checkers

$289.00

$289.00

5

Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown

$289.00

$289.00

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InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown

$289.00

$289.00

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JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live (HQ)

$297.00

$297.00

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Millennium Biltmore Hotel

$240.00

$240.00

9

Luxe City Center

$279.00

$279.00

10 Omni Los Angeles Hotel

$299.00

$299.00

11 Residence Inn by Marriott L.A. Live

$297.00

$317.00

12 Sheraton Grand Los Angeles Downtown

$289.00

$289.00

13 The L.A. Grand Hotel

$235.00

$235.00

14 The NoMad Hotel Los Angeles

$315.00

$315.00

15 The Ritz-Carlton Los Angeles

$409.00

$409.00

16 The Standard, Downtown LA

$279.00

$279.00

17 Westin Bonaventure Hotel and Suites

$291.00

$291.00

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HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

Housing Registration: Closes March 19, 2020 The official hotel reservation service provider for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 is onPeak. When you book through onPeak, there are no fees and no deposits required. All rooms are reserved on a firstcome, first-served basis. Make your hotel reservations early to guarantee hotel rates and availability.

Reservations Online To make your reservations online, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/travel and click on the Hotel Discounts link. You will be able to see which hotels have availability for the dates of your stay, make your reservations, and immediately receive your onPeak confirmation ID number.

Reservations by Telephone Telephone reservations will be accepted Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. ET. onPeak can be reached toll-free at 855-210-6091. Telephone reservations must include a guarantee with a major credit card.

Confirmations Attendees who make their reservations online will receive a confirmation ID number at the end of the online reservation process. A reservation is not complete until a confirmation ID number appears on the screen. All attendees are responsible for paying room and tax upon checkout. Attendees who make their reservations via telephone will receive a confirmation ID number by e-mail. Contact onPeak directly if you do not receive a confirmation ID number.

Changes Call 855-210-6091 before March 19, 2020, to change your reservation without penalty.

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Cancellations If you need to cancel your hotel reservation prior to your arrival, call onPeak at 855-210-6091 as soon as you know that your plans have changed. There are no penalties prior to March 19, 2020. For all reservations canceled after the hotel deadline, credit cards will be charged in accordance with the individual hotel cancellation policy. Please review your onPeak confirmation for your hotel’s cancellation policy information.

Americans with Disabilities Act Please be sure to inform onPeak if you have a disability and require special accommodations.

Housing Assistance Onsite A Hotel Information Desk will be located onsite at the Convention Center in the registration area in the South Lobby. An agent from onPeak will be available Tuesday through Saturday to assist you with any questions concerning your hotel reservations.


Registration Form • Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 • April 23-25 Pre-Courses April 21-22 • Los Angeles, CA ACP #

NPI #

(Name) First

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Last

Street Address

M MD M DO M Other M Check here if new address

M - Persons with a disability: Please attach a written d­ escription of your needs to the registration form.

Dept/Ste/Mailstop/Apt City

M Please do not share my mailing address with exhibitors or industry-supported presentation sponsors.

State/Province ZIP/Postal

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Market Code: IM20ADVANCE

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Instructions: 1. Select Registration Category for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020.

Category Key:

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MACP, FACP, ACP Member, Nonmember Resident*, or Research Fellow*

$690

$770

ACP Resident/Fellow Member, Emeritus Member**, Transitional Medical Graduate Member

$295

$325

ACP Medical Student Member

$49

$49

Life Member

Free

Free

All other Nonmembers

$1,015

$1,119

Medical Student Nonmember

$155

$155

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1. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Total

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Pre-Courses

Registration Category (See category chart above)

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Tuesday and Wednesday PRE 2013

Critical Care Medicine 2020

PRE 2014

Update in General Internal Medicine and MOC Exam Prep

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Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists

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$545

$265

$345

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$545

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$875

$1,399

$1,539

$1,119

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$1,399

$1,539

$1,899

$2,089

$235

$315

$135

$215

$235

$315

$395

$479

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Free

Free

Free

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$235

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$135

$215

$235

$315

$395

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$769

$559

$619

$699

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$949

$1,049

Tuesday Only PRE 2001

Dermatology for the Internist

PRE 2002

Diabetes for the Internist

PRE 2003

Perioperative Medicine 2020

PRE 2004

Pregnancy for the Internist: Before, During, and After

PRE 2005

MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) Waiver Training Workshop

Wednesday Only PRE 2006

Cardiology for the Internist 2020: The Key Points

PRE 2007

Advances in Therapy

PRE 2008

Hospital Medicine: Success in a Complex Environment

PRE 2009

Practical Office Orthopedics and Sports Medicine for the Internist

PRE 2010

Optimizing Pain Management in an Environment of Opioid Deescalation

PRE 2011

Developing Into the Leader You Want to Be

PRE 2012

ACP Quality Improvement Leadership Training: Best Practices in Engaging and Empowering Clinical Teams in Continuous Improvement

PRE 2016

Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Advanced Skills for Outpatient Practice*

* Registrants for this course must attend ACP’s Point-of-Care Ultrasound: Foundational Skills for Internists course, offered in November 2019. Check M to confirm you are registered for this course. Alternate courses or significant experience might also be considered as surrogates for this course. See page 11 for more information.

2. Pre-Course Total To register for Clinical Skills Center activities, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org/clinicalskills after you have registered for Internal Medicine Meeting 2020.


Guest Registration Form Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 • April 23–25 Pre-Courses April 21–22 • Los Angeles, CA GUEST20 3. Guest Program Registration Guest Program entitles you to 3 days’ entrance into the Exhibit Hall. For full Guest Program benefits, visit annualmeeting.acponline.org. (Name) First

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Last

Name(s) As They Should Appear On Badge(s)

Guest of (Registered Physician’s Name and ACP #)

Breakfast Circle One

Fee

$50/person

Y

N

$50/person

Y

N

$50/person

Y

N

$50/person

Y

N

$50/person

Y

N

Cost $

Additional Guest Names

Street Address City

State/Province ZIP/Postal+4

Country Daytime Phone

E-mail Address

3. Guest Program Total

M Check enclosed (Payable to ACP)

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Payment Information (Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank) 1. Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 Total

M Charge to: 2. Pre-Course Total Card # ____________________________________________ Exp. Date MM/YY _________ 3. Guest Program Total

Name on Card ____________________________________________________________

GRAND TOTAL

Signature ___________________________________________ Security Code # _________

$

Cancellation Notice of cancellation for the meeting and/or Pre-Courses must be made in writing (fax, mail, or e-mail).

Notice of cancellation for Guest Program registration must be made in writing (fax, mail, or e-mail).

Received by 12/31/19

Full Refund

Received by 4/4/20

Refund Less $15 Administrative Fee

1/1/20–4/4/20

Refund Less $100 Administrative Fee

After 4/4/20

No Refund

After 4/4/20

No Refund

Registration Methods

v ONLINE

(Credit card only) annualmeeting.acponline.org Enter Priority Code IM20ADVANCE

S PHONE

(Credit card only) 800-ACP-1915 215-351-2600 (M–F, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) Mention Priority Code: IM20ADVANCE

U MAIL

(Check or credit card) AC002 American College of Physicians 190 N. Independence Mall West Philadelphia, PA 19106 USA

T FAX

(Credit card only) 215-351-2799 24 Hours a Day


Camp ACP Child Care Activity Center Registration Form Registration Deadline: April 5, 2020 Camp ACP is open exclusively to the families of registered ACP attendees! Ages 6–36 mos. Ages 6–36 mos. Ages 3–15 yrs. Ages 3–15 yrs. Advance Reg. After Advance Reg. Advance Reg. After Advance Reg. $74 $84 $57 $67 $74 $84 $57 $67 $133 $143 $100 $110 $80 $92 $80 $92 $526 $546 $428 $448 $14 $16 $12 $14

Schedule 6:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 12:30–6:00 p.m. 6:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. 6:00–11:00 p.m. 3-Day Combo Rate (incl. evening) Optional Hourly Rate (3-hour min.)

Parents Open House/JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live Wednesday, April 22, 1:00–4:00 p.m.

Drop-off Time

Pick-up Time

Number of Children

Number of Meals @ $15+ Boxed L/D

Total @ Adv. Rate

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Day Care

Thursday, April 23, 6:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Friday, April 24, 6:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Saturday, April 25, 6:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Evening Care

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Lights, Camera, Action $80/$92* (ages 6 months–15 years) Thursday, April 23, 6:00–11:00 p.m. Sports Spectacular $80/$92* (ages 6 months–15 years) Friday, April 24, 6:00–11:00 p.m. TOTAL $ *Higher price reflects increase for sign-up for Evening Care after April 5, 2020. PLEASE NOTE: Child care services are located at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live.

Parents, please note: Children younger than 12 years must be accompanied by a registered attendee at all times in the Exhibit Hall. For safety reasons, strollers are not permitted at any time. For complete child care information, please visit annualmeeting.acponline.org and click on the For Meeting Attendees tab to access the Guest Program Web page. - Persons with a disability: Please check here if you require special accommodations. We will contact you. Child’s Name ________________________________________________________________ Age ______ Sex _______ Birthdate ______________ Child’s Name ________________________________________________________________ Age ______ Sex _______ Birthdate ______________ The child(ren) named above will be released ONLY to the person(s) signing this application. Father/Guardian Full Name ________________________________________ Signature ________________________________________________ Mother/Guardian Full Name _______________________________________ Signature ________________________________________________ Address _____________________________________________ City ______________________ State ______________ ZIP _________________ Cell Phone (_______)____________________ Fax (________)____________________ E-mail: _________________________________________ Check enclosed. (Payable to Accent on Arrangements. Must remit in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank.) Charge to: Card Number

Expiration Date (MM/YY)

Security Code

Signature

Please note: Lunch is not included at onsite camp; however, snacks will be provided. Dinner is included in the Evening Care on Thursday and Friday. Those planning to enroll children in Camp ACP may order meals using this registration form. (View menu options online.) We will assume your child will attend during the hours for which he/she is registered, and we will staff accordingly. You will receive a refund for a cancellation received in writing at Accent offices by April 5, 2020. You will not receive a refund for a cancellation made after that time. “No-shows” receive no refund. This policy is to ensure proper staffing, which is in the best interest of your child. Accent reserves the right to substitute programs of the same or greater value or to cancel programs based on enrollment. Accent does not administer medication, and ill children will not be admitted to Camp ACP. Please mail or fax to: Accent on Arrangements, Inc., 615 Baronne Street, Suite 303, New Orleans, LA 70113 Phone: 504-524-0188 • Fax: 504-524-1229 (24 hours) E-mail: registration@accentoca.com • Registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail upon receipt of this form.


MASTERING MEDICINE TOGETHER

PRELIMINARY SHUTTLE SCHEDULE

Please Note: There will be no midday shuttle service. Complimentary shuttle service is provided at regular intervals to and from the Convention Center and participating hotels during the morning and afternoon hours. Please consult the final shuttle schedule for designated hotels and specific times. Subject to change and traffic conditions. Tuesday

4/21/2020

6:15–9:00 a.m. • 3:00–6:00 p.m.

Every 15–30 minutes

Wednesday

4/22/2020

6:15–9:00 a.m. • 3:00–6:00 p.m.

Every 15–30 minutes

Thursday

4/23/2020

6:00–9:45 a.m. • 3:30–9:00 p.m.

Every 10 minutes

Friday

4/24/2020

6:00–9:45 a.m. • 3:30–6:30 p.m.

Every 10 minutes

Saturday

4/25/2020

6:00–9:45 a.m. • Noon–7:00 p.m.

Every 10–20 minutes

Route Name/ Color

To/From Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC)

Pickup Point South Hall Figueroa Drive

Route A-Pink

Freehand Hotel

Olive St. at corner of 8th St. (Exchange Building)

(Roundtrip 40 minutes) The NoMad Hotel

Across Olive St. at the Athletic Club

Doubletree LA Downtown

Curbside on Los Angeles Street

Omni Hotel

Curbside on Olive Street

Route B-Green

Westin Bonaventure

Curbside on Figueroa St.

(Roundtrip 30 minutes) The LA Grand Hotel

Across Figueroa St. at Westin

Route C-Blue

Curbside near entrance on Grand Avenue

Hilton Checkers

(Roundtrip 30 minutes) Millennium Biltmore

Across Grand Avenue at Hilton

The Standard Downtown LA

On Grand Avenue at Hilton

Route D –Orange

InterContinental Downtown LA

Curbside on 7th Street side

(Roundtrip 30 minutes) Sheraton Grand

Olive Street side of hotel

The hotels listed below are within walking distance of the Convention Center and are not serviced by the shuttle: Courtyard LA LIVE Hotel Indigo Los Angeles Downtown JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live Luxe City Center Hotel Residence Inn LA LIVE The Ritz-Carlton LA LIVE

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Attending ACP’s Internal Medicine Meeting 2020 in Los Angeles, CA., is an enriching way for you to keep up with the latest medical trends and practicechanging advances in medical knowledge. You’ll benefit from career-specific, in-depth, evidence-based educational sessions, hands-on clinical skills workshops, and networking opportunities that you can only find at the premier conference for internal medicine. So plan now to attend, network with your colleagues, and take part in mastering medicine together at Internal Medicine Meeting 2020.

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