2019 Cardiovascular Medicine and Prevention Update for Primary Care
Practice Gaps and Needs
Cardiovascular medicine is a vast area of clinical practice with a continually rapid expansion of knowledge, guidelines, best practices and new technology. Primary care clinicians are challenged to optimally manage a multitude of diseases involving the cardiovascular system including the failing heart, the heart with abnormal arrhythmias and the circulation affected by abnormal cholesterol metabolism and hypertension. Several national guidelines that help clinicians establish best practices have been modified and refined in the last year. The implications of these new guidelines and their utilization will be a major topic of discussion in this symposium.
There is an ongoing evolution of care for patients with ventricular dysfunction. Another segment of the symposium will focus on several aspects of treating patients with ventricular dysfunction. A frequently overlooked area of treatment is the pulmonary hypertension that ventricular dysfunction produces and how to manage it. In addition, the rapidly emerging area of cardio-oncology which seeks to treat and prevent cardiac dysfunction from chemotherapeutic agents is an emerging area of importance. Practice management, particularly of patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, a particular problem of the elderly, will be addressed.
Cardiac arrhythmias remain a source of continued evolution as technology evolves, now to the point that patients may be wearing their own devices that detect arrhythmias. A segment on arrhythmias will address this issue discussing how to manage these patients when they bring their own data. Additional modifications of the atrial fibrillation guidelines are expected to be available by the time of the symposium, with particular emphasis on utilization of anticoagulation agents. These new results, which fulfill another practice gap in our knowledge about treating patients with atrial fibrillation, will be discussed, along with the interpretation of the multitude of different types of ambulatory monitoring devices.
Several practice related topics continue to perplex and challenge primary care providers. One area is that of complementary medicine. How do these self-administered medications fit into the entire plan of patient care? Can they be harmful to the heart? Additionally, the perplexing problem of continual focus on diets present constant problems for primary care providers. Several other topics of increasing importance present in primary care practices: the congenital heart disease patient seeking ongoing care, the geriatric patient with persistent hypertension and the ongoing debate of where aspirin fits in in primary prevention will topics of discussion in the breakout sessions.
This activity is designed for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses and other allied health personnel working in the field of primary care who treat and evaluate patients in need of prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.
Elements of Competence
This CE activity has been designed to improve learner competence and focuses on the American Board of Medical Specialties' areas of patient care and procedural skills, and medical knowledge.
This activity also focuses on the Interprofessional competencies of roles/responsibilities, interprofessional communication, and teams/teamwork.
At the conclusion of the activity, the healthcare team will be able to:
- Identify best practices for the treatment of hypertension both in the elderly and across the entire age spectrum.
- Review new guidelines and identify best practices for anticoagulation of patients with atrial arrhythmias.
- Discuss the implications of patient initiated activities such as self-monitoring for arrhythmias, self-directed diets and self-directed use of nontraditional complementary medications and therapies.
- Describe the implications of the new guidelomes for treatment of cholesterold and various lipid abnormalities.
- Review new and evolving information on the role of aspirin in primary prevention.
- Explain the results and implications of data produced by various types of ambulatory monitoring devices.
- Distinguish the new areas of management of patients with heart failure who have pulmonary hypertension secondary to their underlying LV dysfunction, left ventricular and right ventricular dysfunction secondary to chemotherapeutic therapies for cancer and patients who have classic symptoms of heart failure despite having a normal ejection fracture.
Friday, April 12, 2019
|6:30||Doors Open for Exhibit Set-up||12:20||Session III: Heart Failure|
|7:00||Registration/Breakfast with Exhibitors||Moderator: Peter Rahko, MD|
|7:55||Welcome and Intro||12:25||Dyspnea Evaluation: Diagnostic Path Leading to Pulmonary Hypertension|
|Peter Rahko, MD||Farhan Raza, MD|
|8:00||Session I: Prevention||12:50||Cardio-Oncology Pearls|
|Moderator: Matthew Tattersall, DO, MS||Steven Ewer, MD|
|8:05||The 2018 Cholesterol Guidelines: New Again?||1:15||My Patient with HFpEF: What Options Do I Have?|
|James Stein, MD||David Pham, MD|
|8:30||Taking a Dive: Is 130 the New 140 for Hypertension?||1:40||Practical Office-Based Management of Heart Failure|
|Heather Johnson, MD, MS||Joan Hermsen, APNP|
|8:55||How Integrative Medicine Approaches Can Help Prevent Heart Disease||2:05||Panel Discussion|
|Renee Bobb, APNP||Session III Moderator & Presenters|
|9:20||Panel Discussion||2:35||Break with Exhibitors|
|Session I Moderator & Presenters||2:50||Session IV: Arrhythmia|
|9:50||Intro to Breakout Sessions||Moderator: Miguel Leal, MD|
|Peter Rahko, MD||2:55||My Watch Tells Me the Time...To See a Cardiologist!|
|9:55||Break with Exhibitors||Zachary Goldberger, MD|
Session II: Breakouts
|3:25||Interpreting Ambulatory ECG Monitoring|
|Ryan Kipp, MD|
|3:55||Afib Guidelines Update Including NOACs|
|Craig January, MD, PhD & Kathy Wackerle, APNP|
|Session IV Moderator & Presenters|
|Peter Rahko, MD|
|11:20||Lunch with Exhibitors|
A block of rooms has been reserved at the conference site, the Madison Marriott West. Please call the hotel directly (888.745.2032) to arrange accommodations. To receive the special rate of $149 (plus tax) for a single or double, please mention the UW Cardio 2019 group when making your reservation. The block of rooms will be held on a first-come, first-serve basis and any available rooms that have not been reserved by 5 PM CST on March 11, 2019 will be released to the general public. The hotel charges $8.00 per vehicle per night for overnight guests.
Your online reservation link is: Book your group rate for UW Cardio 2019
Casual attire is appropriate for this conference. Since meeting room temperatures and personal comfort levels vary, it is recommended that you bring a sweater or jacket to the educational activity.
*Peter Rahko, MD, Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Director, Adult Echocardiography Laboratory
*James Stein, MD, Robert Turell Professor in Cardiovascular Research, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Director, Atherosclerosis Imaging Research Program; Director, Preventive Cardiology Program
PRESENTERS, MODERATORS & PLANNERS
*Terese Bailey, BS, Senior Outreach Specialist, Office of Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Public Health, UW SMPH
*Ashley Bartlett, BS, Administrative Program Specialist, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Heather Bartlett, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Medicine (CHS), Pediatric Cardiology, UW SMPH; Director, Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program
*Mark Beamsley, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, UW SMPH
*Kate Berry, Medical Program Assistant, Senior – Division Scheduler, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Renee Bobb, APNP, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Steven Ewer, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*Adam Gepner, MD, Cardiologist, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital; Clinical Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Zachary Goldberger, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*Todd Goldman, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Director of Adult Echocardiography, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
*Joan Hermsen, APNP, UW Heart Failure/Transplant, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; APP Supervisor, Cardiology
*Kurt Jacobson, MD, MHSA, Assistant Professor of Medicine (CHS), Section of Coronary, Vascular, and Structural Heart Interventions, Divisions of Cardiovascular and Internal Medicine, UW SMPH and American Family Children’s Hospital; Program Director, Interventional Cardiology Fellowship Program
*Craig January, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Director, Heart Station
Heather M. Johnson, MD, MS, Associate Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Co-Director, UW Health Advanced Hypertension Program
*Maryl Johnson, MD, Professor of Medicine (CHS), Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Ryan Kipp, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*Karen Kopacek, MS, RPh, Associate Professor (CHS), Associate Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs, UW-Madison School of Pharmacy
*Miguel Leal, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Program Director, Cardiovascular Medicine & Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship Programs; Director, UW Device Clinic & Lead Management Program
David Pham, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Kavita Poddar, PhD, RD, CD, Clinical Nutritionist, UWHC
Farhan Raza, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
Amita Singh, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*Charles Stone, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine and Radiology, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH; Director, UW Health Nuclear Cardiology, Director, UW Health Regional Services
Matthew Tattersall, DO, MS, Assistant Professor of medicine (CHS), Cardiovascular Medicine, UW SMPH
Kathy Wackerle, APNP, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*Kathleen Walsh, DO, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine and Geriatrics Divisions, UW SMPH; Associate Director, UW Faint and Fall Clinic
*Denise Zang, MBA, FACMPE, Division Administrator, Cardiovascular Medicine Division, UW SMPH
*= Planning Committee Member
POLICY ON DISCLOSURE
It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP that the faculty, authors, planners, and other persons who may influence content of this CE activity disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial interests in order to allow CE staff to identify and resolve any potential conflicts of interest. Faculty must also disclose any planned discussion of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation(s).
Financial Relationship Disclosures
Discussion of Unlabeled/
Unapproved uses of drugs/devices in presentation?
|Heather Bartlett, MD||Presenter|
|Mark Beamsley, MD||Planner|
|Renee Bobb, APNP||Presenter|
|Steven Ewer, MD||Presenter|
|*Adam Gepner, MD||Planner & Presenter|
|Zachary Goldberger, MD||Presenter|
|*Todd Goldman, MD||Planner|
|*Joan Hermsen, APNP||Planner & Presenter|
|*Kurt Jacobson, MD, MHSA||Planner|
|*Craig January, MD, PhD||Planner|
|Heather Johnson, MD, MS||Presenter|
|*Maryl Johnson, MD||Planner|
|Ryan Kipp, MD||Speaker|
|*Karen Kopacek, MS, RPh||Planner & Presenter|
|*Miguel Leal, MD||Planner & Moderator|
|David Pham, MD||Presenter|
|Kavita Poddar, PhD, RD, CD||Presenter|
|*Peter Rahko, MD||Planner & Moderator|
|Farhan Raza, MD||Presenter|
|Amita Singh, MD||Presenter|
|*James Stein, MD||Planner & Presenter|
|*Charles Stone, MD||Planner|
|Matthew Tattersall, DO, MS||Moderator|
|Kathy Wackerle, APNP||Presenter|
|*Kathleen Walsh, DO||Planner|
|*Denise Zang, MBA, FACMPE||Planner|
* The ACCME defines a commercial interest as any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients. The ACCME does not consider providers of clinical service directly to patients to be commercial interests.
|In support of improving patient care, the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP 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 healthcare team.|
Credit Designation Statements
Accreditation Council of Pharmacy Education (ACPE)
A maximum of 7.00 hours of knowledge-based CE credit can be earned by successfully completing this live activity. Pharmacists should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CE credit information, based on verification of live attendance and completion of the program assessment and evaluation, will be provided to NABP within 60 days after the activity completion.
Universal Activity Number (UAN) JA0000358-0000-19-012-L01-P, 7.0 hours (0.70 CEUs)
American Medical Association (AMA)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) & Iowa Board of Nursing
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.0 ANCC and Iowa contact hours. ANCC pharmacotherapeutic contact hours will be calculated and awarded as appropriate to meet the needs of advanced practice nurses.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing is Iowa Board of Nursing provider 350. A copy of the evaluation(s) may be sent to the Iowa Board of Nursing, 400 SW 8th St., Ste B, Des Moines, IA 50309.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP, as a member of the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA), authorizes this program for .70 continuing education units (CEUs) or 7.0 hours.
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
This Live activity, Cardiovascular Medicine and Prevention Update for Primary Care, with a beginning date of 04/12/2019, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 7.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
This activity has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 7 CPEUs.
- 7.00 AAFP Credits
- 7.00 ACPE Contact Hours
- 7.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 7.00 ANCC Contact Hours
- 7.00 Commission on Dietetic Registration CPEUs
- 7.00 Iowa Board of Nursing Contact Hours
- 7.00 University of Wisconsin–Madison Continuing Education Hours
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 5, 2019
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