Total Credits: 4.5 including 4.5 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)
Needs Assessment: “We’ve got to have a delicate balance of carefully and prudently going towards normality and opening up at the same time that we contain and not allow these surges.” — Dr. Anthony Stephen Fauci
The new ‘normal’ is here. As this fact sinks in, those of us in direct patient care need to focus our efforts with an intention for proficiency AND efficiency, to relearn and develop a new format and flow for office and hospital care. What does it mean to mix in a substantial load of telemedicine patients? How do we balance consumer expectations (instant doc on my phone) with our understanding of the standard of care? 2020 shifted the axis of the world, now we must find balance and GO FAST.
Program Objective: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will receive a review of different disease processes, new ways for workflow and format, using new tools at the point of care, to provide a new kind of care, and do it all efficiently: working smarter, not harder.
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Stephanie Letney, DO is a 2015 graduate of Oklahoma State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, OK. She completed her family residency at OSU and received her board certification in 2018. Growing up in Poteau, OK, she saw firsthand the impact of local physicians in small communities. She deeply enjoys providing care to the community of Cleveland, OK, and the surrounding area. So far, Dr. Letney has been able to bring “Reach Out and Read” to her patients and is always looking for ways to expand care and available resources to the local area. She has been married to her husband, Michael, for 11 years and together they are raising 4 wonderful children and their pet ducks.
Lauren Conway, DO, FAPP, is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Pediatrics at The University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine, Tulsa. Dr. Conway received her Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa in 2011. She then completed a residency in general pediatrics, a chief residency in pediatrics, and a fellowship in Child Abuse Pediatrics at the University Of Oklahoma School Of Community Medicine. Dr. Conway is board certified through the American Board of Pediatrics in general pediatrics and child abuse pediatrics. Dr. Conway is also a member of the medical team at the Children's Advocacy Center in Tulsa and the Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect (SCAN) committee at St. Francis Children’s Hospital. She takes part in quality improvement and research activities involving child maltreatment and outcomes. Dr. Conway is involved in the clinical education of learners of a multitude of backgrounds including nursing and medical students, and resident and fellow physicians. She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Conway is a member of The University of Tulsa Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Advisory Board and mentors undergraduate students interested in medicine. She is a scholar member of the Ray Helfer Society, an honorary society for physicians specializing in child abuse. Dr. Conway lectures on child abuse and neglect at the local, state, and national levels.
Matthew B. Fowler, DO, is an Oklahoma native who has been affiliated with Oklahoma State University since earning his undergraduate degree in Physiology. He earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in 2011 from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, OK. He then continued his education and OSU journey through a family medicine residency. Board-certified in family medicine, Dr. Fowler is a clinical assistant professor of the family medicine residency at OSU-CHS and OMECO. When Dr. Fowler isn’t saving lives and molding the minds of future physicians, he enjoys aerial silks and straps, acroyoga – he has performed several times with his wife. Dr. Fowler is also a Tulsa Kids Magazine 2020 finalist for Favorite Family Doctor.
Crystal David, PharmD, BCPS earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska in 2013. Following graduation, Dr. David performed her ambulatory care pharmacy residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Board certified in pharmacology with an emphasis in family medicine, Hepatitis C, diabetes, ambulatory care and transitions of care, she has been a clinical pharmacist at OU’s Health Science Center, Cherokee Nation Health System, and the Oklahoma State University Medical Center. Along with being OSU Medical Center’s clinical pharmacist, Dr. David is a clinical assistant professor.
Danny E. Thomason, DO, AAHIV, is a 2001 graduate from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, OK. He stayed in Tulsa after graduation to complete his family medicine internship and residency. Board-certified in family medicine and hospice and palliative medicine, Dr. Thomason is the chief medical informatics officer and staff physician at the Utica Park Clinic in Tulsa, OK. As the Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Dr. Thomason’s passion is using technology to manage patient populations effectively and improve health outcomes including patient satisfaction while reducing healthcare waste and lowering cost.
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Virtual 2021 Winter CME Seminar "Go Fast" - Saturday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/23/2021
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Virtual 2021 Winter CME Seminar "Go Fast" - Sunday Lectures
Original Program Date: 01/24/2021
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