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On Demand CME Events

This is listing of past CME events that you can watch on demand for CME credit. The classes are available for one year following the event date. If you have any questions, please contact the Medical Education office at mewhite@beaconhealthsystem.org

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March 2020

Approach to Rheumatology for Primary Care Physicians

March 25

Click Here to Access Registration Link  Click Here to Access Evaluation  3.26.2020 PowerPoint Approach to Rheumatology for Primary Care Physicians Presented By: Natali Balog, MD Beacon Medical Group, Rheumatology Learning Objectives:  Recognizing common rheumatologic conditions and approach to treatment in primary care practice. Discuss clues…

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Pediatric Hospital Medicine: An Update on New Recommendations for the Non-Hospital Provider

March 19

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  3.19.20 PowerPoint  Pediatric Hospital Medicine: An Update on New Recommendations for the Non-Hospital Provider Presented by: Betsy Rossow Pediatric Hospitalist, BMG Learning Objectives:  Determine why narrow spectrum antibiotics for community acquired pneumonia are preferred.…

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EMS in Elkhart County: Updates on Protocols and New Interventions

March 18

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  3.18.20 PowerPoint EMS in Elkhart County: Updates on Protocols and New Interventions Presented By: Jason Bailey, MD Elite Emergency Physicians, Inc. Learning Objectives:  Understand the structured EMS system of Elkhart County Explain how protocols…

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Re-Implantation – Trauma Grand Rounds

March 11

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  Re-Implantation - Trauma Grand Rounds Presented By: F. Thomas Kaplan, MD Indiana Hand to Shoulder Center Learning Objectives:  Assess severity of hand injury and formulate appropriate referral plan based on knowledge of injured structures…

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COVID – 19: An Update on the Current Situation and Beacon’s Response

March 6

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation   3.6.20 PowerPoint (COVID-19) COVID – 19: An Update on the Current Situation and Beacon’s Response Presented By: Marjore Daoud, MD and Dale Patterson, MD Learning Objectives:  Review COVID-19: epidemiology, infectivity, transmissibility Review proper PPE…

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Delirium in Patients: What You Need to Know

March 4

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  3.4.2020 PowerPoint Delirium in Patients: What You Need to Know Presented By: Babar Khan, MD, MMBS Research Scientist, IU Center of Aging Research Learning Objectives:  Evaluate delirium and assess severity using validated tools Discuss…

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February 2020

Adult Attention Deficit Disorder

February 26

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  2.26.2020 PowerPoint Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Presented By: Suhayl Nasar, MD, BMG Memorial Epworth Center, South Bend, IN Learning Objectives:  Define the criteria for diagnosis of Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) Delineate the true…

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Opioids and Cannabinoids in Pain Management

February 19

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access the Evaluation 2.19.20 PowerPoint Opioids and Cannabinoids in Pain Management Presented By: Dan Cooke, MD Memorial Pain Control Center Learning Objectives:  Understand the history of the opioid crisis Understand opioid induced hyperalgesia Understand the use…

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Advance Directives: Documenting What Your Patient Wants

February 18

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  2.18.20 PowerPoint Advance Directives: Documenting What Your Patient Wants Presented By: Amberly Burger Palliative Care/ Supportive Care Learning Objectives:  Understand Advanced Directive Uses Become familiar with hierarchy for decision making Review CPR Outcomes  …

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Chronic Kidney Disease: An Update

February 12

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  2.12.20 PowerPoint  Chronic Kidney Disease: An Update Presented By: Sudhir Vyakaranam, MD Nephrology Physicians, Inc., Mishawaka, IN Learning Objectives: Define epidemiology and risk factors of CKD Review screening / evaluation of CKD Discuss management…

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A Prescription for Positivity

February 5

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  2020 - A Prescription for Positivity A Prescription for Positivity Presented By: Graham Carlos, MD Chief of Medicine Eskenazi Heath, Indianapolis, IN Learning Objectives: Understand the scope of the problem of burnout on the…

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January 2020

Angiotensin II for Vasodilatory Shock: Past, Present and Future

January 22

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  1.22.20 PowerPoint Angiotensin II for Vasodilatory Shock: Past, Present and Future Presented By: Michael McCurdy, MD Learning Objectives:  Define shock and characterize its key components Highlight mechanism and significance of maintaining MAP Discuss the…

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Does the CMS SEP1 Measure Positively Impact Patient Care? A Panel Discussion

January 15

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  1.15.20 PowerPoint  Does the CMS SEP1 Measure Positively Impact Patient Care? A Panel Discussion Presented By: Edwin Annan, MD, Mohamed Jahangir, MD, Donald Jansen, MD, Chiedu Onunkwo, MD, Mark Quiring, MD, Eli Opacich, PharmD,…

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Managing Challenging Patients: Autonomy, Capacity, 72 Hour Holds & AMA

January 8

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation 1.8.20 P0werPoint Presentation   Managing Challenging Patients: Autonomy, Capacity, 72 Hour Holds & AMA Presented By: Kathryn Kenny, DO and Laura Seng, JD, RN Learning Objectives:  Describe the difference between 72   hour hold criteria and…

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December 2019

Pediatric Grand Rounds: Pediatric Airway

December 19, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  Pediatric Airway Presented By: Michael Pfeiffer, DO Allied ENT Specialty Center, South Bend Learning Objectives:  Understand the difference between adult and pediatric airways Identify causes of stridor Identify causes of airway obstruction at different…

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Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

December 18, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Presented By: Hassan Nasir, MD Learning Objectives:  Describe best practices for early diagnosis of IPF Review recent clinical trial data from studies of approved pharmacotherapies for the treatment of IPF Discuss IPF patient-centered, multidisciplinary team-based management…

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Nothing Mean About Ketamine!

December 11, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  Nothing Mean About Ketamine! Presented By: Algis Baliunas, MD – SB Emergency Physicians, Inc. Ahmed Elmaadawi, MD – BMG Behavioral Health Luke White, DO – BMG Pulmonary Critical Care Ashley Davich-Reynonds – Clinical Pharmacist,…

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Angioadema and Urticaria

December 4, 2019

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation PowerPoint - Urticaria and Angioedema Angioedema and Urticaria Presented By: James B. Harris III, MD Learning Objectives: Discuss the pathophysiology of angioedema and urticaria Understand the causes of angioedema and urticaria Discuss the diagnosis…

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November 2019

Hospital and Medical Staff Obligations under Federal Law (EMTALA): An Update

November 19, 2019 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation Hospital and Medical Staff Obligations under Federal Law (EMTALA): An Update Presented By: Robert A. Bitterman, MD, JD, FACEP Learning Objectives:  Explain the legal duties related to providing on-call physician services for the ED…

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October 2019

What can I do? A practical Approach to Meeting Opioid Overdose Survivors Where They Are

October 23, 2019 @ 12:10 am - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation What can I do? A practical Approach to Meeting Opioid Overdose Survivors Where They Are Presented By: Krista Brucker, MD, SB Emergency Physicians, Inc. Learning Objectives: Recognize the dramatic increase in the need for…

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The Reversal Strategy of New Oral Anti-Coagulants: The Coming Tsunami of Bleeding Patients on New and Old Anti-Coagulants

October 16, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording The Reversal Strategy of New Oral Anti-Coagulants: The Coming Tsunami of Bleeding Patients on New and Old Anti-Coagulants Presented by: Mark Walsh, MD Learning Objectives:  To describe the epidemiology and utilization of new anti-coagulants (NOAC) in the general population…

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Point of Care Ultrasound

October 9, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  Point of Care Ultrasound Presented By: Donald Zimmer, MD, SB Emergency Physicians Inc. Learning Objectives:  Demonstrate the ways that Point of Care Ultrasound can be used to enhance physical examination skills. Demonstrate Point of…

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Pediatric Brain Tumors

October 2, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access Registration Link  Click Here to Access Evaluation  Pediatric Brain Tumors Presented By: Daniel Fulkerson, MD Learning Objectives:  Identify signs/symptoms of kids with brain tumors Identify the most common types of tumors Discuss various treatment strategies.   Daniel Fulkerson, MD, has an…

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September 2019

MHSB HME Learning Experience & Case Studies

September 25, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording Click Here to Complete Evaluation MHSB HME Student Recap  Presented By: Amy Fraser,  Madelyn Lee, John Stillson, and Natalie Mark Learning Objectives  To present an interesting case encountered during the HME experience To discuss pathophysiology of the disease process…

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BHS Metabolic Restoration: The Results Are In!

September 20, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  BHS Metabolic Restoration: The Results Are In! Presented by: Majid Malik, MD, Jennifer Love, and Eric Long Learning Objectives:  List the five risk factors for the NCEP-ATP3 definition of metabolic syndrome. Explain the reason…

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Pediatric Grand Rounds – New Treatments of Rare Disorders in Children: What’s New 26 Years After the Orphan Drug Act

September 19, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access Registration Link  Click Here to Access Evaluation  New Treatments of Rare Disorders in Children: What’s New 26 Years After the Orphan Drug Act Presented By: Andreas Deymann, MD BMG Beacon Children's Hospital, Critical Kids Learning Objectives: Discuss recent new treatments for…

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Ongoing Screening Mammography Controversies

September 18, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording   Click Here to Access Evaluation  Ongoing Screening Mammography Controversies Presented by: Samir Patel, MD, FACR Radiology Inc. Learning Objectives: Describe the 3 major national screening mammography recommendations Evaluate the “harms” of mammography. Recognize which patients needs supplemental screening…

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Legal Interactions with Law Enforcement During Patient Care

September 11, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  Lecture Handouts Legal Interactions with Law Enforcement During Patient Care Presented by: Ken Cotter, JD Prosecuting Attorney, St. Joseph County, IN Learning Objectives: Discuss legal issues surrounding release of information to law enforcement during…

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EGH HME Learning Experience & Cases Studies

September 4, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  EGH HME Learning Experience & Cases Studies Presented By: Allyson Schiefer, Bethany Lutter, Patrick Watson,  and Zach Dubois Learning Objectives:  To present an interesting case encountered during the HME experience To discuss pathophysiology of…

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May 2019

Legal Interactions with Law Enforcement During Patient Care

May 29, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:00 pm
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Click Here to Access OnDemand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation Legal Interactions with Law Enforcement During Patient Care Presented By: Vicki Elaine Becker, JD Learning Objectives:    Discuss legal issues surrounding release of information to law enforcement during patient care. Review interactions with law enforcement…

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Oropharynx Cancer and Transoral Robotic Surgery

May 7, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
Free

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation  Oropharynx Cancer and Transoral Robotic Surgery Presented by: Michael Sim, MD - Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, Indiana University Learning Objectives:  Define the differences between HPV negative and HPV positive oropharynx cancer…

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Chest Pain? Quit Stressin’ It!

May 1, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
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Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation   Chest Pain? Quit Stressing It! Presented by: Raman Mitra, MD and Michael Grantham, MD Learning Objectives: Understand the role of coronary calcium and CTA in assessing coronary artery disease Understand physiology of fractional flow…

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April 2019

Multi Drug Resistant Organism’s: What’s Changed?

April 24, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation Multi Drug Resistant Organism’s:  What’s Changed? Presented By: Marjorie Daoud, MD & Stephanie Martin, MD Learning Objectives: Understand how to interpret susceptibility results in multidrug resistant organisms.  Identify appropriate treatment options for ESBL…

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Assessing Fitness for Pregnancy: Strategies for Optimizing Pre Pregnancy Health to Improve Maternal & Neonatal Outcomes

April 10, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
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Click Here to Access On Demand Recording Click here to Access Evaluation Assessing Fitness for Pregnancy:  Strategies for Optimizing Pre Pregnancy Health to Improve Maternal & Neonatal Outcomes Presented by: Elaine Carroll, MD Learning Objectives: Identify 3 pregnancy specific risks associated with pre pregnancy obesity.…

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March 2019

What’s Up Your Butt?: Diagnosis and Management of Colorectal Cancer in 2019

March 27, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  What’s Up Your Butt?: Diagnosis and Management of Colorectal Cancer in 2019 Presented By: Mark Thompson, MD and Seth Tatel, MD Learning Objectives: Understand why we screen for colorectal cancer. Appreciate who should…

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The Endocannabinoid System: A New Frontier in Modern Medicine

March 13, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm
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Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation The Endocannabinoid System: A New Frontier in Modern Medicine Presented By: Carlton Lyons, MD Learning Objectives: Understand the Endocannabinoid System and how it impacts the body to bring about homoeostatis and balance. To discuss…

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Pediatric Food Allergy: A Rapidly Changing World

March 6, 2019 @ 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation Pediatric Food Allergy: A Rapidly Changing World Presented By: Christina Barnes, MD Learning Objectives: Review how prevalence of food allergy and development of tolerance to certain foods is changing over time Develop understanding for…

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February 2019

The Role of an Ethics Committee in a Modern Day Hospital: Futile Care – When Can We Stop?

February 27, 2019
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Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Online Evaluation The Role of an Ethics Committee in a Modern Day Hospital: Futile Care – When Can We Stop Presented By: Dale Patterson, MD & Michelle Thomas, MD Learning Objectives: Define the role…

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Opioid Weaning and the Role of CBD in Clinical Practice

February 20, 2019
Free

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording  Click Here to Access Evaluation Opioid Weaning and the Role of CBD in Clinical Practice Presented By: Chris Annis, MD - Ascendant Orthopedic Alliance Learning Objectives: To review the concept of tolerance and dependency as it applies to…

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A Practical Approach to Lumps and Bumps

February 13, 2019
Free

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  A Practical Approach to Lumps and Bumps Presented By: Joel Post, MD - BMG Orthopedics & Sports Specialists Learning Objectives: Be able to differentiate physical examination findings/clues between benign and malignant soft tissue…

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Opioids: The Problem, the Law and Rational Prescribing- An Update

February 6, 2019
Free

Click Here to Access On Demand Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation Opioids: The Problem, the Law and Rational Prescribing- An Update Presented By: Gene Grove, MD Learning Objectives: Reinvestigate the magnititude of the Opioid prescribing problem in the US Be familiar with the current…

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January 2019

A Practical Approach to Common Sports Injuries

January 16, 2019
Free

Click Here to Access On Demand Video Recording Click Here to Access Evaluation  A Practical Approach to Common Sports Injuries Presented By: Jason Hix, MD Learning Objectives: Identify common sports injuries Treat common sports injuries Return to play recommendations for common sports injuries   Dr.…

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