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2010 NMQF Leadership Summit on Health Disparities and Spring Health Braintrust


  • Ritz Carlton Hotel Washington D.C. 1150 22nd Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)

The 2010 NMQF Summit on Health Disparities and Spring Health Braintrust

2010 NMQF Leadership Summit Flyer
 

Event Details

April 19-20, 2010

Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Washington, DC

Address:

1150 22nd Street, N.W., Washington, District of Columbia 20037

Summit Agenda

Leadership Awards Reception and Dinner Program

Booker T. Washington Luncheon

BioSketches


Summit Content

Day 1: April 19

Opening Session: Health-Care Reform and the Emerging Majority

Willarda V. Edwards, MD, MBA: “Health Care Reform and the Emerging Majority” View Presentation

Joint Community and Policy Session 1. Inequalities of Access to Medical Breakthroughs and Health Care

Charles J. Bentz MD, FACP: “Addressing Tobacco: It Takes a Village” View Presentation

C. Daniel Mullins, PhD, “Community Health Partnership: A Model for Local Empowerment: Baltimore Study Results” View Presentation

Clinical CME Session 1. Cardiovascular Disease Disparities: Focus on Hypertension and Acute Coronary Syndrome

Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, FACC,FAHA: “Stroke Update: Prevention, Disparities & New Advances in Care” View Presentation

Christopher Cannon, MD: “Eliminating Disparities a in Outcomes in ACS: Perspectives from the TIMI Group” View Presentation

Laura Lee Hall, PhD: “credo: Why, What and How” View Presentation

Joint Community and Policy Session 2. Improving Enrollment of Minorities in Clinical Trials

Helena O. Mishoe, PhD, MPH: “The NHLBI’s Health Disparities Efforts” View Presentation

Sanya A. Springfield, PhD: “Racial and Ethnic Minorities Accrual to NCI Clinical Trials” View Presentation

Tony Coelho: “Partnership to Improve Patient Care: The Need for Patient-Centered CER” View Presentation

Gail Nunlee-Bland, MD: “Diversity of Race and Ethnicity in Clinical Trial Participants” View Presentation

Clinical CME Session 2. Impact of Chronic Kidney Disease and End-Stage Renal Disease at the Community Level

Keith C. Norris, MD, FASN: “Environmental Components of Racial Disparities in CKD” View Presentation

James A. Sloand, MD, FACP: “Disrupting the ‘Norm’ in Chronic Kidney Disease” View Presentation

Booker T. Washington Award Luncheon

Jack Lewin, MD: “credo: Patient-Centered Care in Cardiovascular Disease” View Presentation

Leonard Weather, Jr., MD: “The Commission to End Health Care Disparities: Unifying Efforts to Achieve Quality Care for All Americans” View Presentation

Joint Community and Policy Session 3. Real-Time Information about Diabetics, Their Care, and the Trends That Are Shaping the Diabetes Market

Elbert S. Huang, MD, MPH, FACP: “Projecting the Future Diabetes Population Size and Related Costs for the U.S.” View Presentation

Clinical CME Session 3. The Challenge of Health Disparities in Cancer

Edith P. Mitchell, MD, FACP: “Differences in Cancer Care in the U.S.: The Racial Divide” View Presentation

Steven R. Patierno, PhD, “Trenches, Benches, Bedsides and Wrenches: A Trans-disciplinary Attack on Cancer Disparities in Washington DC” View Presentation

General Session: Information and Technology: 21st-Century Transformation of Our Health-Care System

Mark A. Dente, MD: “Healthcare IT: Transforming Healthcare” View Presentation

Joint Community and Policy Session 4. Examining Racial Disparities in Infectious Diseases: Focus on Hepatitis C Virus and Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus

Gary Doern, PhD, “MRSA: A Coming Plague”

Clinical CME Session 4. Managing Arthritis and Lupus in Minorities

Edward L. Treadwell, MD: “Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Are There Triggers and Association to a Mixed Connective Tissue Disease?” View Presentation

Town Hall Meeting and Dinner: Why Enhancing Diversity in Clinical Trials Is Good Health Policy

John Davis, MD, MPH: “Why Enhancing Diversity in Clinical Trials Is Good Health Policy” View Presentation

Armin Weinberg, MD: “Why Enhancing Diversity in Clinical Trials Is Good Policy: EDICT v2.0″ View Presentation

Venus Ginés, MA, “Why Enhancing Diversity in Clinical Trials Is Good Policy” View Presentation

James H. Powell, MD, CPI: “Improving Minority Health & Participation in Clinical Trials” View Presentation


Day 2: April 20

Clinical CME Session 5. Health-Care Reform, Medicare, and Meaningful Use: An Update

Richard Allen Williams, MD: “Why We Can’t Wait: The Moral Imperative for Addressing Healthcare Disparities under Healthcare Reform” View Presentation

Thomas Tsang, MD, MPH: “Meaningful Use and ONC Overview” View Presentation

Carmella Bocchino, RN, MBA: “Health Reform, Medicare, and Meaningful Use: An Update Session” View Presentation

CBC Health Braintrust Session I. New Health Policies and Health Reform: An Update on What Has Been Achieved and What Remains

Willarda V. Edwards, MD, MBA: View Presentation

William S. Robinson, MA: “Tobacco, Menthol and the Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee” View Presentation

CBC Health Braintrust Session II. HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Policies and Communities of Color: Current Challenges; Positive Solutions

Goulda A. Downer, PhD, RD,LN, CNS: “National Minority AIDS Education & Training Center” View Presentation

Kevin Dedner, MPH: “ADAPs” View Presentation

Ronald Johnson: “Importance of Racial & Ethnic Minority Participation in HIV Vaccine Trials” View Presentation

Clinical CME Session 6. The Persistent Burden of Diabetes in the Elderly

Kevin H. McKinney, MD, FACE, FACP: “The Increasing Burden of Diabetes in the Elderly” View Presentation

Kenyatta Lee, MD: “The Medical Home Model as a Solution to Diabetes Disparities” View Presentation

CBC Health Braintrust Session III. Health in Public Housing: Innovative Solutions for Those in Need

Karen Williams, MS: “West End Medical Centers” View Presentation

Allan Cintron-Salichs, MBA, MHCM: “Health in Public Housing: Innovative Solutions for Those in Need”

CBC Health Braintrust Session IV. Value of Community-Based Health Initiatives: In the Community; for the Community; by the Community

Jeffrey Chell, MD: “The Value of Community-Based Initiatives: Saving Lives through Blood and Marrow Transplantation” View Presentation

Dr. F. Roosevelt Gilliam: “Close the Gap: The Value of Community-Based Health Initiatives: in the Community; for the Community; by the Community” View Presentation

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