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|Future of Healthcare Conference|
JOIN US MAY 21-22, 2018!
2ND ANNUAL FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE
MAY 21-22, 2018 AT THE PRIME OSBORN CONVENTION CENTER
Join healthcare providers and community leaders as we dive into Northeast Florida's most concerning health issues and work toward unified solutions.
The Annual Future of Healthcare Conference addresses the top health issues adversely affecting the Northeast Florida community.
The 2018 Conference will specifically focus on the opioid crisis, violent crimes with guns, mental health wellness, and physical fitness/obesity.
Attendees will include healthcare professionals, nonprofit organizations, health and wellness directors of local universities, city and state political leaders, area businesses, and others who are interested in making a difference in the local health environment.
INTERESTED IN SPONSORING OR EXHIBITING AT THE 2018 CONFERENCE?
Contact Sallie Baumann at Sallie@dcmsonline.org
THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR'S SPONSORS:
Monday, May 21, 2018:
5:00pm VIP Reception
6:00pm Judged Poster Presentations
7:00pm The State of Medicine in Florida - John Katapodis, MD, Florida Medical Association President
7:30pm A Vision for the Future of Healthcare in America - Barbara McAneny, MD, American Medical Association President-elect
Tuesday, May 22, 2018:
8:00am Breakfast & Registration
8:45am Journey to a Healthier Jacksonville - The Honorable Lenny Curry, City of Jacksonville Mayor
9:00am Your Role in the Future of Healthcare - Sunil Joshi, MD, Conference Chair & Lauri Wright, PhD, Hunger Network of Northeast Florida
9:20am Gun Violence & the Opioid Epidemic: National Crises; Local Impact - Barbara McAneny, MD, American Medical Association President-elect
9:50am Is Gun Violence a Public Health Issue? - Marie Crandall, MD, Professor of Surgery, University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville
10:40am Refreshments in Exhibit Hall
11:00am 2/14/18: The Tipping Point to Gun Reform in Florida - The Honorable Rob Bradley, Florida Senator
11:15am The Impact of Gun Violence in Jacksonville - Mike Williams, Sheriff, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
11:30am Table Discussion & Feedback
12:00pm Lunch & Networking
12:30pm Exercise is Medicine: A Prescription for Wellness - Carena Winters, PhD
12:50pm The Opioid Crisis in Florida - Kelli Wells, MD, Florida Deputy Secretary for Health
1:10pm A Family Devastated by Opioids - Leon Smith, DDS
1:45pm Safe Opioid Prescribing - Alan Miller, MD & Ferdinand Formoso, DO, Coastal Spine & Pain Center
2:15pm Refreshments in Exhibit Hall
2:35pm A Novel Approach to Treating Addiction - Frank Huson Gilberstadt, MD, St. Vincent's HealthCare, Chief Clinical Officer
3:00pm Table Discussion & Feedback
3:30pm Mental Health is Community Health - Wendy L. Hughes, CEO, Mental Health America of Northeast Florida
3:45pm A Call to Action
Thank You for Making a Difference in Northeast Florida!
ACCREDITATION: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of St. Vincent's HealthCare and the Duval County Medical Society Foundation. St. Vincent's HealthCare is accredited by the Florida Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Judged Poster Session:
Submissions for posters for our scheduled Poster Session are now underway. We are pleased to have the maximum of 30 posters to be submitted. Our 2018 Conference will host a judged poster session on Monday, May 21, 2018, from 6-7pm. Cash prizes and a certificate will be awarded to the top three (3) winners. To participate, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
The Conference Poster Session aims to allow physicians to showcase their abstracts and poster presentations on a local level in the Northeast Florida medical community.