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​Hotel Accommodations

Contact the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel in Park City to reserve a spot in the symposium room block. Rooms are available Thursday and Friday night for $114 per night. Call 855-537-5305 and ask for the group Intermountain Healthcare to reserve a room for the pain management conference.

Course Directors

Bridget Shears, MBA-HM, MA, RN, Director Pain Management Clinical Services
Timothy Houden, MD 

Purpose 

This CE activity is intended to inform clinicians on current topics and issues related to pain management, inclusive of pain management modalities, treatment options, treatment challenges and societal impacts. 

Objectives 

Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: 
  • Discuss clinical options for the treatment of patients who require pain management 
  • Analyze clinical, research, sociocultural and legal developments in the field of pain management 
  • Advocate for the provision of comprehensive, evidence-based, quality care of individuals and their families experiencing problems related to persistent pain conditions
  • Identify pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic evidence-based treatments for managing chronic pain
  • Discuss the diagnosis and treatment of common pain conditions Describe key components of a team based integrative pain management program
  • Discuss resources and services available for managing opioid use and misuse 
  • Discuss current national and state standards and legislation related to opioid use and misuse 

Target Audience 

Primary care and specialty trained medical and mental health care providers, advanced practice clinicians, nurses, pharmacists and rehab specialists.​
Friday, December 1, 2017​
​7:00 AM ​Registration and Breakfast
8:00 AM Welcome and Introduction
Timothy Houden, MD & Bridget Shears, MBA, MA, RN
8:15 AM​ ​The Opioid Epidemic: It's Time to Act
David Hasleton, MD
9:15 AM​ ​Panel: Opioid Community Collaborative | Moderator: Doug Fabrizio, BA
Jay T. Bishoff, MD; Kristen Reisig, MSW, LCSW; Lisa May, R&R Partners; and Lisa Nichols, MSW
10:15 AM​ ​Break/Vendors
10:30 AM​ ​Team Based Approach in Chronic Pain
Robin Ockey, MD
​11:15 AM ​Surgical Services Narcotic Stewardship Project
David Skarda, MD 
​12:00 PM ​Lunch/Vendors
​Breakout Sessions I
​North Main Room ​Main Hall ​South Room
​1:00 PM Healing Our Relationship to Pain Through Mindfulness
Vicki Kennedy-Overfelt, MA
​Chronic Pain Support Systems
  • iCentra Documentation
    Joel Porter, MD 
  • Guideline Adherence
    Will Daines, MD
  • Risk Assessment 
    Jeremiah West, MD
​Chiropractic as Complementary Treatment
Marc Nelson, DC, ATC
​​​Breakout Sessions II ​ ​
​1:50 PM ​Headache: A Practical Approach
Alyssa Lettich, MD
​Prescribing Opioids: Best Practice in Managing Risk
Peter Baxter, JD & Kim Child, RN, JD
​Lifestyle Interventions and Other Therapies
Kelly Woodward, MD
​2:35 PM ​Break/Vendors ​ ​
​​Breakout Sessions III ​ ​
​2:45 PM ​Management of Acute Pain in the Chronic Pain Patient
Eric Cannon, MD
​Benzodiazepine and Opioid Use in the Acute Care Setting - What is the risk?
Tim Drake, PharmD
Behavioral Health Treatment and Screening
Mark Foote, MD & Carolyn Tometich, NP
​3:35 PM ​Appropriate Opioid Prescribing and Tips for Limiting Opioids
Bryan Hoelzer, MD
​4:35 PM ​Adjourn
 
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Saturday, December 2, 2017​
​7:00 AM ​Registration and Breakfast
8:00 AM Welcome and Introduction
Timothy Houden, MD & Bridget Shears, MBA, MA, RN
8:15 AM​ ​Legislative Update
Rep. Raymond Ward, MD
8:45 AM​ ​Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment
Michael Crookston, MD
​Breakout Sessions I
​North Main Room ​South Room ​Main Hall
​9:50 AM What Matters: What if we ‘flipped’ the process of low back pain care
Gerard Brennan, DPT
​Opioid Sparing Modalities
Jon Martin, MD
9:50 AM - 1:50 PM (2 brief breaks & working lunch)​​​​​​

CORE/REMS Training
Opioid Prescribers
Timothy Houden, MD
Robin Ockey, MD
Jeremiah West, MD
Gaylinn Breeze, NP

4.0 CME (Meets Utah Controlled Substance prescribing requirements)

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​10:35 AM ​Break/Vendors ​
​Breakout Sessions II ​
​10:45 AM Interventional Pain Management: Not all injections are created equal
Craig Davis, MD
​Naloxone: Saving lives in an opioid epidemic
Shannon Saldana, PharmD
​Breakout Sessions III ​
​11:35 AM ​Pain Psychology: An introduction for physicians and other caregivers
Dennis Ahern, PhD
​Strong Past-Bright Future: Spine PT at Intermountain Healthcare
Kurt Dudley, PT & Aaron Swalberg, DPT, OCS
12:20 PM ​Break ​
​12:30 PM ​Know You Can; Growth Mindset
Terri Flint, PhD, MSW, BA
1:00 PM ​Summary, Adjourn, Grab & Go Lunch ​
 

Registration 

Registration fees are $150 for physicians, $115 for advanced practice clinicians, and $80 for other caregivers. To register for the course, click on the Register Now button below for your preferred option.


SAFE Opioid Prescribing Program: For Prescribers

The Opioid Prescribing: Safe Practice, Changing Lives course will be one of the available breakout sessions at the Integrated Pain Symposium. It was developed by nationally known experts in pain management.

Per DOPL:  Utah State approved Controlled Substance Prescribers Continuing Education Course for CME credit.



Note: Payment in full is required at time of registration. If you have difficultly with our online payment system, please call the CME office at 801-442-3930 for assistance.

Cancellation and Reimbursement Policy
  • Full (100%) registration reimbursement for cancellation more than 14 days prior to the beginning of the activity.
  • Half (50%) registration reimbursement for cancellation between four (4) and fourteen (14) days prior to the beginning of the activity.  
  • No reimbursement for cancellation three (3) days or less prior to the beginning of the activity.
Exceptions 
​Exceptions may be allowed only under extenuating circumstances and with approval from the CME Director, CME Medical Director, and AVP for CME. ​

Intermountain CME
801.442.3930 (office)
800.842.5498 (toll-free)
801.442.0480 (fax)
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Intermountain Healthcare Continuing Medical Education is accredited by Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Intermountain Healthcare Continuing Medical Education designates this live activity for a maximum of 11.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Intermountain Healthcare CME adheres to ACCME Standards regarding industry support of continuing medical education and disclosure of faculty and commercial sponsor relationships (if any) will be made known at the activity.

This program is pending approval by the Utah Chapter, Society of Social Work Leadership in Health Care.

This program is pending UPA approval.

Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

Intermountain Health Care is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a Provider of continuing pharmacy education Benzos and Opiates provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-089-L01-P. ); Healing Our Relationships provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number UAN 0582-0000-17-094-L01-P); Know You Can provides 0.50 hours ( 0.050 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-100-L04-P); Legislative Update Related to Opioids provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-097-L03-P); Lifestyle Interventions provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-095-L01-P); Management of Acute Pain provides .75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-096-L01-P); Naloxone provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit ( ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-090-L01-P); Pain Psychology provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number 0582-0000-17-099-L01-P); Panel: Opioid Community Collaborative provides 1.25 (0.125 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity number  0582-0000-17-092-L01-P); Team-based Approach in Chronic Pain provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity 0582-0000-17-093-L01-P); The Opioid Epidemic support for success provides 0.75 hours (0.075 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity 0582-0000-17-091-L01-P); Understanding Medication-Assisted Treatment provides 1.00 hour (0.100 CEU) of knowledge-based continuing education credit (ACPE activity 0582-0000-17-098-L01-P) after successful completion of an activity evaluation. First accredited activity offering: November 10, 2017.

Intermountain Healthcare CME fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant of this program is in need of accommodation, please do not hesitate to call and/or write to the CME office in order to receive service. A request for accommodation can be made by calling (801) 442-3930. Reasonable prior notice is required.
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