Program

 

Boot Camp Program

Current program and presenters are listed below. All times are listed in EASTERN TIME.
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  Fri - Sep 25      Sat - Sep 26   

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

9:00 - 11:45 AM
EDUCATIONAL SESSION
MORNING SESSION


9:00

COMMON INDICATIONS: MECHANICAL HEART VALVES & CIRCULATORY SUPPORT DEVICES
Geoff Barnes.


9:45

AC FORUM CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE
Arthur Allen.


10:00

BREAK.


10:15

MANAGING BLEEDING & OTHER EXPECTED OR UNEXPECTED SITUATIONS
Scott Kaatz.


11:00

TRANSITIONS OF CARE
Diane Wirth.

12:15 - 1:15 PM
CORPORATE SESSION
SPONSORED SATELLITE MEETING - PORTOLA (ALEXION) PHARMACEUTICALS - LIVE ONLY

1:30 - 4:00 PM
EDUCATIONAL SESSION
AFTERNOON SESSION


1:30

CHALK TALK - Q&A
Faculty Panel.


2:30

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT & BENCHMARKING
Nathan Clark.


3:30

CONCLUSION.
 

Prior to attending we strongly urge you to view and complete these relevant online education programs:

Boot Camp Fundamentals

Module 1: Hemostasis & Thrombosis FundamentalsDan Witt, PharmD, University of Utah College of Pharmacy
Module 2: Clinical Application of Anticoagulant Drug PharmacologySara R. Vazquez, PharmD, BCPS, CACP, Univ. of Utah Health Thrombosis Service

Transitions of Care Summit

Recorded April 2018 at Anticoagulation Forum Boot Camp in Austin, TX  this program outlines why anticoagulation patients are at increased risk when changing care settings, complexities in care, and best practices for discharge. 

Learning objectives: 

  • Demonstrate awareness of complexities in transitions of care including bridging & peri-procedural care, referrals & transitions between patient care settings
  • Use methods and techniques for safe transitions of care for VTE patients treated in an ED, to home or hospital
  • Outline best practices for safe discharge of patients on anticoagulants

Module 1: Fundamentals of Anticoagulant Therapy: Transitions of Care

Module 2: Care Transitions for VTE Patients: Cases and Panel Discussion 

Module 3: Innovative TOC Model Programs