Hospitalist Procedures
Hospitalist Procedures CME

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Product Description
Course Schedule
View schedule online: Agenda
Hospitalist Procedures is a two-day course.
Faculty: Stuart Forman, MD, FAAFP OR K. Ashok Kumar, MD

2019 Course Discounts
Early Bird Discount for Austin: Register by May 24 and enter code EarlyJune to save $100
Book two courses for Austin and save $200! Enter code June2 at checkout.

Early Bird Discount for Houston: Register by August 13 and enter code EarlySeptember to save $100
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Early Bird Discount for San Antonio: Register by November 12 and enter code EarlyDecember19 to save $100
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Course Credits
Earn up to 16 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ and AAFP Prescribed Credits

2019 Course Location Information
Course Dates: June 20-21, 2019
Sheraton Austin at the Capitol - Book your room online!
701 E 11th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Reservations: 888-627-8349

Course Dates: September 12-13, 2019
JW Marriott Houston Galleria - Book your room online!
5150 Westheimer Road
Houston, Texas 77056
Reservations: 800-228-9290
Group Rate per room night: $119
Mention you are with NPI (National Procedures Institute)

Course Dates: December 12-13, 2019
Hyatt Regency Hill Country - Book your room online!
9800 Hyatt Resort Drive
San Antonio, Texas 77056
Reservations: 800-233-1234
Group Rate per room night: $139
Mention you are with NPI (National Procedures Institute)

Hospitalist Procedures Course Description

In the last fifteen years, hospitalists have become much more prevalent in the care of inpatients and a hospitalist must be familar with a number of skills and procedures. Often, new hospitalists have a background in outpatient practices and they may not be as comfortable performing procedures. This course is an excellent refresher course for experienced physicians, residents, and other healthcare providers alike. In a group setting, individuals will learn about the techniques of various procedures, including the use of an ultrasound. In addition to the hands-on practice and lectures, the participants will be given examples of tools and order sets, and key articles will be provided for reference.

The following procedures will be taught using a combination of lecture, video, and hands-on practice with manikins and models. The participants will also get ample time to practice with an ultrasound on models and on each other. Discussion and use of the ultrasound in the procedures is designated with an asterisk (*). Models and ultrasounds will be available for use to practice throughout both days of the course.

  • Procedural sedation
  • Procedural consent and universal precautions
  • Lumbar puncture *
  • Central line placement via subclavian, internal jugular *, and femoral approaches *
  • Familiarity with a Cordis, dialysis and triple lumen catheter
  • EZ/IO intraosseous lines
  • Paracentesis *
  • Thoracentesis *
  • Thoracostomy tube placement
  • Ultrasound diagnosis of pneumothorax*
  • Thoracic vent placement
  • Basic airway management
  • Intubations and adjunct airways
  • Basics of surgical and advanced airways including cricothyrotomy and fiberoptic intubation
  • Arterial line placement by radial, brachial and femoral approaches *
  • Ventilator management and protocols including lung protective protocols
  • Noninvasive ventilation management with high flow nasal oxygen therapy
  • Noninvasive ventilation with CPAP and BiPAP
  • Basics of hemodynamic support in shock states
  • Coding of procedures
Learning Objectives
By the end of this activity, the participant should be better able to:
  • Discuss indications, contraindications, and technique of procedures commonly performed by hospitalists.
  • Gain experience with the use of an ultrasound machine in hospitalist procedures.
  • Learn pre-procedure evaluation and post-procedure management, including the Joint Commission mandates for Universal Protocol.
  • Discuss prevention and management of complications of hospitalist procedures.

2019 Course Accreditation

The Texas Academy of Family Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

This Live activity, Hospitalist Procedures, from 01/01/2019 - 12/31/2019, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 16.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
cme evaluation February 9, 2015
Reviewer: christopher enoe from athens, AL United States  
I really enjoyed the course.  It was a great refresher.  As I practicing hospitalist and work at night I firmly believe I place an arterial, ij or subclavian line with ease.  I firmly believe the course was worth while and will be greatly utilized.  It was 1500.00 dollars well spent.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
good course for what I needed November 23, 2014
Reviewer: Amy Glaser-Carpenter from Alamosa, CO United States  
I took this course because I will be again working in the hospital after doing primarily outpatient family medicine for the past few years. This course offered teaching and practice in simple and complex intubation, central line placement both blind and ultrasound guided, thoracostomy, thoracentesis, paracentesis, arterial line placement, lumbar puncture. I feel fairly confident in the procedures I used to perform after this 2 day course, but not very confident in procedures I had not performed previously because the course was very short with not a lot of applicable practice time. I would have preferred to have more practice time immediately after teaching each topic, and to practice the entire procedures from start to finish rather than just the technical parts. Also, the entire lectures were not in the binder and the binder was out of order. Overall, it is a brief summery of a lot of procedures

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