President: Jordan Marmet, MD
Hospital: University of Minnesota Div of Pediatric Hospital Medicine
President-Elect: Benji Mathews, MD
Hospital: Regions Hospital
Secretary: Jessie Roske, MD
Hospital: St Cloud Hospital/CentraCare Health
The Minnesota Chapter represents the entire state
Saturday, May 18 – Sunday May 19, 2017
Marriott Courtyard Minneapolis Downtown
1500 S Washington Ave,
Minneapolis, MN 55454
Hospital Medicine Updates: A Full Systems Review is an exciting annual conference, designed to bring you practical knowledge to enhance your practice of hospital medicine, and to provoke thought. We engage a diverse group of excellent presenters from hospital systems across Minnesota. This one and a half-day course includes a packed-in mix of plenary sessions, panel discussions, and three break out tracks that should challenge you with fresh ideas. CME, CNE and MOC-II credits will be granted. A poster session with competition for cash prize is new this year.
The University of Minnesota, Interprofessional Continuing Education designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the evaluation component, enables the participant to earn up to 10.0 MOC points in the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Participants will earn MOC Part II 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. Successful completion of this CME activity, which includes participation in the activity, with individual assessments of the participant and feedback to the participant, enables the participant to earn up to 10.0 MOC Part II points in the American Board of Pediatrics’ (ABP) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. It is the CME activity provider’s responsibility to submit participant completion information to ACCME for the purpose of granting ABP MOC credit.
The Minnesota Chapter was established in April 2013. Below you will find meeting details about the most recent events.
On Friday, March 17th, 2017 the Minnesota Chapter held a 1 day Advanced Ultrasound Course focused on Hospitalists at the Simulations Center at Regions Hospital in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The course was directed by Benji Mathews, MD (Ultrasound Director, Hospital Medicine, HealthPartners). There were 30 overall attendees including faculty trainers who focused on improving upon basic skillsets previously received. This CME course sponsored by SHM focused on proper image acquisition, interpretation & clinical integration for hospitalists at the bedside of patients. Hospitalists attended focused group didactics, followed by divided groups in image interpretation and hands-on scanning with a faculty ratio of 1:2 or 1:3 (half-day scanning with live human models and an afternoon session with live patients). Image Interpretation sessions were well received with interactive smaller group learning forums reviewing high yield images and obtaining individual feedback from expert faculty. Participants also received exposure to a variety of handheld and laptop/standing ultrasound devices with overall >1200 ultrasound images obtained through the day for addition into participant portfolios. Hospitalists demonstrated marked improvement in their skillsets through the course and increased their confidence in using ultrasound at the bedside of patients. Hospitalists were encouraged to continue scanning and receive feedback in their practice environments as well as to stay tuned for additional opportunities for formal training.
On Thursday, October 6, 2016 the Minnesota Chapter held a meeting at Four Seasons Conference Room in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Approximately 30 attendees were present from nine different hospital medicine groups. The Minnesota Chapter hosted a panel discussion on the topic of violence in the healthcare workplace. Violence in the hospital is an increasing problem and has become an unfortunate part of our day-to-day reality. From hospitalist to emergency room provider to psychiatry team to administrators, we all have a vested interest in this challenging topic. The panel discussion focused on the tragic fatal shooting at St. Cloud Hospital in 2015 to lead a discussion on lessons learned from this extreme event, particularly as it can be applied both to future crises and daily challenges.
The Minnesota Chapter of the Society of Hospital Medicine held an event May 19–20, 2016 at the Ramada Plaza in Minneapolis, Minnesota. There were approximately 125 attendees present from 44 different hospital medicine groups.
This was the Minnesota Chapter’s second annual CME event in collaboration with multiple health systems throughout Minnesota, led by the Park Nicollet CME department. We are excited to announce that there was robust attendance with a variety of professional backgrounds and with multidisciplinary speakers representing a large number of practices. Sessions included a wide range of well-rounded topics from clinical updates to work-life balance. The conference made specific effort to be inclusive of all manner of hospitalists including family medicine and pediatrics. This CME event will take place in 2017 as well, led by the University of Minnesota CME department on an intentional rotating basis.
On Wednesday, February 10, 2016, the Minnesota Chapter held a meeting at St. Paul College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Approximately 20 attendees were present from eight different hospital medicine groups.
Dr. Kate Venable, Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine at the University of Minnesota, led the group on “patient nutrition: restriction or revolution.” This was a didactic format on education followed by hands-on cooking experience led by the St. Paul College culinary program with the opportunity for participants to create meals and eat their products.
On Monday, October 26, 2015, the Minnesota Chapter held a meeting in the Wilf Auditorium at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Approximately 25 attendees were present from five different hospital medicine groups. An interactive panel presented on how to develop quality structures and to keep forward momentum on quality innovation efforts in your organization, with particular focus on the hospitalist perspective. The panel included Dr. Val Ulstad, CEO, Partners at Cascade Bluffs; Mary Jo Morrison, DTA Associates; Dr. Gabrielle Hester, Children’s Hospitals; Dr. Justin Kirven, Allina Health; Dr. Richard Mahr, HealthPartners; and Kasi Aten-Freese, Lead Quality Officer, UMN.
SHM’s Minnesota Chapter held a meeting from Wednesday, June 11 – Thursday, June 12, 2015 at the Courtyard by Marriot in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The meeting was the chapter’s first state-wide hospitalist conference, where approximately 125 attendees were present.
Increased specialization and rapid advances in hospital medicine make staying updated on new procedures, treatments and medication protocols difficult for clinicians who provide inpatient care. Hospital medicine update will provided the latest evidence-based guidelines and best strategies for diagnosing and treating conditions such as adult congenital heart disease, delirium and pulmonary hypertension. Highlights of the conference include practice-management sessions, emerging innovations, point-of-care ultrasound, customized learning, practical pearls and maintenance of certification modules. The full meeting agenda can be found here.
On Thursday, March 5, 2015, the Minnesota Chapter held a chapter meeting at Mozza Mia in Edina, Minnesota. Approximately 35 attendees were present, representing nine different hospital medicine groups. Speakers Craig Bowron, MD, Internal Medicine Hospitalist from Alina, Ankit Mehta, MD, Internal Medicine Hospitalist from HealthPartners, Joe Mercuri, MD, Internal Medicine Hospitalist from CentraCare and Mike Pitt, MD, Pediatric Hospitalist from the University of Minnesota presented on “Addressing work life balance inside and outside the hospital: hospitalists displaying their talents.”
Elections for 2015 were held with the following results:
The next meeting will be held in the late summer/early fall and plans for CME will be coming soon.
The Minnesota Chapter had another successful meeting, this time engaging local experts in non-physician hospitalists. The chapter met on February 25th at Sweeney’s Saloon in Saint Paul. We had a tremendous attendance with over 80 attendees, and an even better open discussion and engagement about nurse practitioners and physician assistants in hospital medicine. Our displayers were advocacy groups and educational programs representing PAs and NPs. They served as visible and vocal resources for the group. Several hospitalists groups shared their experiences, models, and challenges and many provided advice to their colleagues from different programs.
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