InnovatED offers an unprecedented look at new technology, products, and services available to emergency medicine practitioners. Don’t miss out on these exciting events.
Tuesday–Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m., Booth 1543, Exhibit Hall, San Diego Conference Center
OAC Reversal: “What Matters to ME …
A Patient Perspective”
Presented by Todd Villines, MD, cardiologist, Uniformed Services University School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, and patient representative
Do you understand what matters to patients on anticoagulation therapy? Attend this session to hear this often-overlooked point of view directly from a patient.
It’s My Patient, Too … Bridging the Gap in OAC Decision Making
Presented by James Williams, DO, FACEP, emergency physician, Covenant Medical Center, Lilburn, Georgia; and Dr. Villines
Perspectives from a cardiologist and emergency physician on the importance of reversal on clinical decision making.
Medical Device Pitch Event
11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Grab your seat at the Innovation Stage to hear from innovators who are changing the future of emergency medicine.
- CoLabs Medical
- Incubation Science
- Kestrel Labs
Improving Work Flows for Hospice-Eligible Patients Presenting to the ED Through Rapid Identification, Evaluation, and Disposition
Presented by Eric S. Shaban, MD, regional medical director, VITAS Healthcare, Glastonbury, Connecticut; and the ACEP Palliative Care Medicine Section
Reducing Avoidable Admissions for Atrial Fibrillation: Barriers, Innovations, and Opportunities
Presented by Christopher Baugh MD, MBA medical director, department of emergency medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; associate professor, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Baugh discusses his experience and research highlighting how physicians in different institutions, health systems, and countries manage patients with atrial fibrillation in the emergency department. New outpatient pathways facilitate early cardioversion in eligible candidates and streamline safe transitions back into the community with appropriate anticoagulation regimens and follow-up clinic access.
Why Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation?
Presented by Kevin Biese, MD, MAT, FACEP, associate professor, vice-chair of academic affairs, clinical associate professor of internal medicine in the division of geriatrics, and co-director of the division of geriatric emergency medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine; and ACEP GEDA Board of Governor’s Chair
Geriatric emergency departments promote best clinical practices for older adults and have the potential to improve health outcomes, coordinate care more effectively, and reduce cost of care. Hear how this accreditation system is changing the standard of care for our older adults.
Sponsored by The John A. Hartford Foundation and West Health Institute.
Investors will offer tips on how to jump start your idea and get it on the market.