Don’t miss out on taking part in the Florida Chapter’s inaugural annual meeting!
Date: January 28, 2017, 8am to Noon
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando Airport
Registration Form: https://aaps.wufoo.com/forms/mgw70211ph9aed/
Hotel Reservations: Click here to make reservation at AAPS group rate of $139/night.
8:00am to 10:00am (scroll down for learning objectives)
“Cross Specialty Update: Medical and Surgical Management for all Specialists”
8:00am to 8:30am
Recurrent UTI’s: Cross-specialty impact.
Joseph Gauta, M.D.
Urologist, Vice President, Florida AAPS
8:30am to 9:00am
Osteoporosis: Cross-specialty impact.
Jim Coy, M.D.
Family Medicine. Board Member, Florida AAPS
9:00am to 9:30am
Hips and Shoulder Joint Issues: Cross-specialty impact
John Nordt, III, M.D.,
Orthopedic Surgery, President Florida Orthopedic Society
9:30am to 10:00am
Menopause: Cross-specialty impact
John Littell, M.D.,
Family Medicine, Board member, Florida AAPS
10:00am to 10:10am Break
10:10am to 11:00am
Keynote Speech: “Free Market Medicine: the Wedge,”
Twila Brase, RN,
Citizens Council for Health Freedom
11:00am to 11:30am
Florida Medical Economy Update:
Julio Gonzales, M.D.
David McKalip, MD,
11:30am to 12:00 Noon Florida Chapter Business meeting and elections
a. Gauta learning Objectives – Recurrent UTI’s: Cross-specialty impact.
1. To provide a Urologist’s perspective on the diagnoses and management of recurrent UTI’s.
2. To understand the impact of recurrent UTI’s on other specialties.
b. Coy learning Objectives – Osteoporosis: Cross-specialty impact.
1. To provide a Primary care perspective update on the diagnosis and management of Osteoporosis.
2. To understand the impact of osteoporosis on other specialties.
c. Littell learning Objectives – Menopause: Cross Specialty impact
1. To provide a primary care perspective on the diagnosis and management of menopause.
2. To help differentiate menopausal symptoms from other syndromes commonly encountered in medicine.
d. Nordt learning Objectives – Hips, Shoulders and Knees Joint Issues: Cross-specialty impact.
1. To provide an orthopedist’s perspective on the diagnosis and management of major joint disease.
2. To help differentiate major join symptoms from other syndromes commonly encountered in medicine.
e. McKalip learning Objectives – Florida Medical Economy Update
1. To inform physicians of health policy issues in Florida that effect their practice.
2. To provide options for practice management within the current medical economy.
f. Brase learning Objectives – Keynote Speech: “Free Market Medicine: the Wedge”
1. To inform physicians on the benefits of a free market approach to medical practice and the patient-physician relationship.
2. To describe the economic models that interfere with the patient-physician relationship.
3. To discuss “the Wedge” model of medical practice.