1st Annual Summer Conference

Sunriver, Oregon
Friday, July 14, 2017
1st Annual Summer Conference
Friday, July 14, 2017 12:00 PM -
Sunday, July 16, 2017 12:00 PM (Pacific Time)

Sunriver Resort
(855) 420-8206
17600 Center Drive
Sunriver, Oregon 97707
United States

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Sponsored by American Professional Agency

FRIDAY, JULY 14

12:00PM-1:00PM

Exhibits, Boxed Lunch, Registration

1:00PM-3:00PM
Mock Trial

It may be daunting when a psychiatrist becomes a defendant in a lawsuit.  It can impact his/her practice and life over a number of years.  This session will provide a case example and discuss pitfalls if ever faced with a lawsuit.  
3:00PM-3:20PM
Exhibits, Refreshments


3:20PM-5:00PM
Mock Trial Continued


5:00PM-6:30PM
Welcome Reception - Families Welcome (RSVP for guests on merchandise page)

SATURDAY, JULY 15

7:00AM-8:00AM
OPPA Members: Members Only Business Meeting
General Attendees: Exhibits & Continental Breakfast


8:00AM-9:00AM
Clinical Documentation with a Jury in Mind
Moira Werthemimer, Esq, RN, CPHRM
Objectives

·         Understand the importance of formal policies and procedures for medical record documentation.

·         Discuss establishing and implementing protocols for the security of protected health information.

·         Identify the role medical records play in the legal arena.

·         Discuss case examples illustrating the importance of adopting best practices to avoid liability claims.

9:00AM-10:00AM
Supervisory, Consultative and Collaborative Relationships: Liability Concerns with Split Treatment
Moira Werthemimer, Esq, RN, CPHRM
Objectives

·         Have a general understanding of supervisory, consultative and collaborative relationships and liability issues involved.

·         Explore case examples that illustrate supervisory, consultative and collaborative roles.

·         Recognize the importance of supervision of trainees, nonphysician clinicians, office staff and related malpractice issues.

10:00AM-10:30AM
Exhibits, Refreshments


10:30AM-11:30AM
Risk Management Considerations When Using Social Media and Technology in Psychiatry
Moira Werthemimer, Esq, RN, CPHRM

Objectives

·         Appreciate patient confidentiality issues which can occur with the use of social media and other forms of technology.

·         Understand boundary issues which can occur with the use of social media and other forms of technology.

·         Recognize the psychiatrist’s duty of professionalism when engaging in online social networking.

·         Understand general standard of care issues, limitations on use of telepsychiatry, patient portals, mobile devices and the safety and security issues which may result from their use.

·         Explore risk management and liability exposures as they apply to online social networking and the use of technology in psychiatry.

12:00PM-5:00PM
Optional Activities 

·         Kayaking on the Deschutes River (Families and Children Welcome) - $80 per person (includes boxed lunch and transportation to marina)

·         Golf Tournament at Meadows Golf Course - $105 per person (includes boxed lunch)

6:00PM-8:00PM
Outdoor BBQ (Families and Guests Welcome) 

$50 per additional guest, free for children under 12

SUNDAY, JULY 16

7:00AM-8:00AM
Exhibits, Continental Breakfast

8:00AM-9:00AM
Commitment/Involuntary Treatment 

Wil Berry, MD

9:00AM-10:15AM
Oregon Health & Science University Resident Panel Case Discussion

Dara Mitchell, MD
Richard Ly, MD
Asha Jetmalani, DO
David Nagarkatti-Gude, MD

10:15AM-10:30AM
Exhibits, Refreshments


10:30AM-11:45AM
A Psychiatry Focused Look at the Release of Information
Samaritan Health Resident Panel

Danielle Gomez, MD
Grant Meredith, MD
Toren Stearns, MD
Kathleen Terry, DO

 

Contact Information

Payment Instructions

  • General Attendees - $300

    Oregon Psychiatric Physicians Association - $250

    One-Day Rate - $125

    OHSU/Samaritan Psychiatry Residents & Fellows - $100



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