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0.75 CME CREDIT

Public and even healthcare professionals commonly misunderstand Palliative Care as Hospice Care. Primary Care Providers (PCP) are the frontline professionals caring for the patients who are chronically ill with declining trajectory as their diseases become incurable and progressive. It is very important that PCPs recognize palliative care needs of these patients and their families as well as to address those “basic” needs such as pain and symptoms management, discussion of goals of care and advance care planning in timely and effectively at point of care. It is also important to identify those whom may benefit from expertise by palliative specialists and to make appropriate and timely referral. The talk focuses on basic knowledge of palliative care and skills such as management of common symptoms and communication skills essential in addressing those needs in primary care clinical settings. The talk also provides strategies to prioritize competing issues during rather short primary care encounters and to address these issues effectively. To highlight clinical problems, case discussion format is used, and relevant evidence-based references are included.


1 CME CREDIT

Join this talk for an enlightening look at health system waste and failures. Dr. Nash will provide an essential road map connecting high-value care to population health. With this model, participants will be equipped to evaluate and improve the future of patient engagement.This presentation will (1) provide an update on criteria to diagnose osteoporosis and identification of persons at high risk of fracture; (2) review treatment guidelines; and (3) discuss new concepts regarding treatment, such as drug selection, duration of treatment, drug holidays, and standard treatment approach vs. goal-directed treatment.


CDC Resources for Health Care Providers


CDC Resource: HIV in the Southern United States

CDC Resources for Health Care Providers

CDC Resources for Health Care Providers


PrimaryCareNOW: A Pri-Med Virtual Conference, live on July 30, 2020, offers the same high-quality medical education clinicians have come to expect at our in-person conferences, in an all-new, all-digital format. This full day of virtual education will provide you with evidence-based sessions that span the diverse therapeutic areas that touch primary care, provide opportunities for interactive Q&A, and offer timely medical updates to keep you informed on the most current clinical strategies relevant to your daily practice.


PrimaryCareNOW: Neurology & Mental Health Spotlight, a virtual conference from Pri-Med, live on July 23, 2020, will provide you with evidence-based sessions that focus on neurology and mental health, provide opportunities for interactive Q&A, and offer timely medical updates to keep you informed on the most current clinical strategies relevant to your daily practice.


PrimaryCareNOW: A Pri-Med Virtual Conference, live on June 26, 2020, offers the same high-quality medical education clinicians have come to expect at our in-person conferences, in an all-new, all-digital format. This full day of virtual education will provide you with evidence-based sessions that span the diverse therapeutic areas that touch primary care, provide opportunities for interactive Q&A, and offer timely medical updates to keep you informed on the most current clinical strategies relevant to your daily practice.


Increase brand awareness and drive traffic to your exhibit and other activities through a variety of different sponsorship opportunities that support all goals and budgets.


Engage and have meaningful discussions with primary care clinicians at Pri-Med Regional Conference’s. Opportunities include Presentation Theater (with table top exhibit in product form) and onsite sponsorships. With a limited quantity of sponsors, Pri-Med regional conferences allow clinician ample time to meet with you and discuss the benefits of your product, services, or treatment options.


Whether you want to highlight the benefits of your product, demo a new service, or build awareness about a particular disease state, Pri-Med helps facilitate the sharing of information to help primary care clinicians provide the best care to their patients.