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2018 Future of Healthcare Conference
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5/21/2018 to 5/22/2018
When: May 21-22, 2018
6:00 PM
Where: Prime Osborn Convention Center
1000 Water Street
United States
Contact: Sallie Baumann
904-355-6561


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Join healthcare providers and community leaders as we dive into Northeast Florida's most concerning health issues and work towards unified solutions.

 

St. Vincent's HealthCare designates this live activity for a maximum of 5.75 AMA PRA Category 1 credits.TM

Credits are available for MD, DO, PA & ARNP!



The Duval County Medical Society Foundation's Annual Future of Healthcare Conference looks at the top healthy issues adversely affecting the Northeast Florida community. The 2018 Conference, to be held at the Prime Osborn Convention Center, will specifically focus on the opioid crisis, violent crimes with guns as a public health issue, mental health, and obesity/physical fitness. 

On Monday evening, you'll enjoy dinner and hear keynote speeches from Dr. John Katapodis, President of the Florida Medical Association, and Dr. Barbara McAneny, President-Elect of the American Medical Association.

Tuesday will include a full program of local, state and national perspectives on the challenging topics at play in our region. The program will also have ample time for networking and visiting the exhibit area.

 

Tickets are available for Monday evening only,

Tuesday only, or for the full conference.

 

Ticket Prices

DCMS Member

Non-Member

Monday only

$ 89.00

$ 99.00

Tuesday only

$ 109.00

$ 129.00

Full conference

$ 169.00

$ 199.00



2018 AGENDA:

Monday, May 21, 2018:

6:00pm     Welcome Reception and 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

9:00am    Your Role in the Future of Healthcare - Sunil Joshi, MD, Conference Chair

9:10am    The Northeast Florida Hunger Map: Presentation of Food Access Data - 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

10:00am     Is Gun Violence a Public Health Issue? - Marie Crandall, MD, Professor of Surgery, University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville

10:30am    Refreshments in Exhibit Hall 

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, Statewide Medical Director, Florida Department of Health

1:10pm     A Family Devastated by Opioids - Leon Smith, DDS

1:30pm     Why I Chose to Tackle the Opioid Crisi - The Honorable Lizbeth Benaquisto, Florida Senator

1:45pm     Safe Opioid Prescribing - Alan Miller, MD & Ferdinand Formoso, DO, Coastal Spine & Pain Center

2:10pm    Refreshments in Exhibit Hall

2:40pm    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

 

For information on exhibiting and sponsoring at this event,

please contact Sallie Baumann by email at sallie@dcmsonline.org

or by phone at (904) 355-6561

 

Thank you to our 2018 Exhibitors and Sponsors:

                           

 

                       

 

                                  

 

           

 

                                  

 

                                                

 

                                                  

 

                                          

 

                        

            

                             

 

              

 

               

 

           

 

           

 

 

A look back at the 2017 Future of Healthcare Conference: