Program Overview

  • Sept 18-21, 2013 (Held in conjunction with KCU Homecoming)

    The Fall 2013 CME Scientific Seminar and Update in Clinical Medicine is designed to address common conditions and timely issues relevant to health-care professionals, particularly those in primary care.

    Fall CME 2013The course began Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 18, at the InterContinental Kansas City on the Plaza, with a hands-on workshop on OMT. The main conference lectures was held on the KCU campus.

    Topics focused on specific practice issues and disease states relative to primary care physicians. Chronic health conditions covered included diabetes, asthma and allergies, celiac disease, sinusitis and allergic rhinitis, and cancer.

    Practice management issues addressed were electronic medical records, ICD-10 and maintenance of certification. The conference objectives allowed each participant to target their patient population’s needs.

    Global Learning Objectives

    At the end of this conference, participants will be able to (within the capabilities of their practice):

    • Identify key physician-patient communication issues relative to disease management
    • Identify one clinical update applicable to their patient population
    • Implement one clinical decision support into their electronic health record system which is not currently integrated into their EHRs
    • Or if the provider is not currently using an EHR: Apply clinical update or standard of care to practice

    Target Audience

    The target audience for the Fall 2013 CME Scientific Seminar and Update in Clinical Medicine is physicians, physicians in training, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other health-care professionals.