MAPS & More SE MI: Update for Opioid Prescribers
The opioid epidemic has undoubtedly touched every Family Medicine practice in Michigan. Turning the tide will take ongoing action and collaboration among the healthcare community, payers, government, and a multitude of other sectors. During this one-day conference hosted by Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan in partnership with Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, opioid prescribers will get the most up-to-date information on national, state, and community efforts underway; rules and guidelines that healthcare professionals must follow; and the tools that are available to assist them.
Target Audience: Practicing Physicians and their staff, Family Medicine Residents, Medical Students, and other healthcare professionals impacted by the opioid epidemic.
Welcome & Introductions
Amy McKenzie, MD, MBA, Medical Director, Value Partnerships, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (Detroit); President, Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan (Okemos)
Keynote: Steps for Action: Impacting the Rapidly Changing Landscape of the Opioid Crisis
Taking action to address the opioid crisis first requires foundational knowledge of its root causes. During this session you will develop an understanding of the pathophysiology and neurological basis of addiction and the role of prescription opioids, heroin, and synthetic opioid analogues. You will also learn what’s being done at the state level to combat the crisis, and what you, as a healthcare professional, can do to minimize risk for Opioid Use Disorder, overdose, and death.
David R. Neff, DO, Chief Medical Director, Office of Medical Affairs, Medical Services Administration, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (Lansing)
Effectively and Safely Managing Pain: CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids
Effectively and safely managing pain requires much more than writing a prescription. Gain insight on the 12 recommendations of the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain, which offer different approaches for ensuring patients have access to safer, more effective chronic pain treatment while reducing the number of people who misuse, abuse, or overdose from these drugs.
Amber Daniels, MA, Training and Education Coordinator, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (Lansing)
Launched in April 2017, the state’s new Michigan Automated Prescription System (MAPS) is improving how prescribers and dispensers assess patient risk for drug misuse, abuse, and overdose. Learn about the latest MAPS updates, including a new prescriber mandate and associated sanctions that were signed into state law in December 2017, as well as the complaint process.
Kim Gaedeke, BS, Public Policy, Acting Deputy Director, Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (Lansing); and Haley Winans, Analyst, Michigan Automated Prescription System, Drug Monitoring Section, Bureau of Professional Licensing (Lansing)
11:17 a.m.-12 p.m.
Boots on the Ground: Opioid Management in High Utilization Areas
Gather tips, tricks, and tools to turn THEORY into PRACTICE for pain management in outpatient primary care. Learn effective approaches for patient education; how to implement and utilize physician-patient contracts, Uniform Data System, and MAPS; and how to approach tapering as a method for discontinuing pain medication while maintaining your physician-patient relationships.
Harshini Jayasuriya, MD, Medical Director and Professor, Michigan Volunteers of America PACE, Senior Community Center (Lansing)
Medicaid Coordinated Drug Review Board
The Drug Utilization Review (DUR) board—federally mandated for each state Medicaid program—oversees and monitors prescribing patterns for Medicaid beneficiaries to identify risk and best practices. Learn how Michigan’s DUR board is changing narcotic prescribing for the state’s Medicaid population to help impact the effects of the opioid crisis in our state.
Catherine Reid, MD, Consulting Physician, Office of Medical Affairs, Medical Services Administration, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (Lansing)
BCBSM Opioid Task Force
As the state’s largest insurer, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) is committed to helping prevent opioid misuse, abuse, and overdose in Michigan. Learn about BCBSM’s comprehensive plan for identifying current and future efforts that will have the greatest impact, which includes collaborating with healthcare professionals to better identify patients with Opioid Use Disorders and effective treatments.
Andrew Jurcisin, BS, Director, Health and Clinical Affairs, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (Southfield)
The Role of Acute Care Prescribing in the Opioid Epidemic
Excess prescribing after surgery often leads to unused pills becoming a source for diversion and abuse. Learn how the Michigan Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (MI-OPEN) is addressing acute care prescribing as a preventive model for the opioid epidemic.
Chad Brummett, MD, Assistant Professor, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
DEA: Your Partner in Combating Opioid Misuse, Abuse, and Overdose
With the mission to prevent, detect, and investigate the diversion of controlled pharmaceuticals and listed chemicals from legitimate sources while ensuring an adequate and uninterrupted supply for legitimate needs, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Diversion Control Division is a key partner in addressing the opioid epidemic. Hear directly from the DEA about legal and regulatory requirements for healthcare professionals handling controlled substances, federal prescription requirements, state dispensing data, egregious activity, and more. Come with your questions as there will be time for an interactive Q&A.
Cathy Gallagher, BS, Diversion Program Manager, Drug Enforcement Administration (Detroit)
Hope Not Handcuffs
A multi-level community response to the opioid crisis is crucial for successful intervention. Hope Not Handcuffs is a nationally recognized collaborative community program in which police, hospitals, EMS, treatment facilities, and volunteer angels provide wrap-around, long-term treatment to individuals suffering from substance use disorder, as well as support to families. As a healthcare professional in the state with the most successful Hope Not Handcuffs program in the U.S., learn how you can join this innovative initiative to work within your community to provide the best standard of care for prevention, treatment, and recovery.
Linda Davis, JD, MA, Judge, Families Against Narcotics (Clinton Township)
Closing Remarks & Next Steps
Amy McKenzie, MD, MBA
Early-bird pricing ends 03/12/2018
Online registration ends 03/22/2018
Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan
MAPS & More SE MI: Update for Opioid Prescribers
Lyon Meadows Conference Center
New Hudson, MI
Friday, March 23, 2018
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Continental breakfast & lunch are included
Members must log in with their AAFP ID# and password to access member rates for themselves and their support staff.
Early-bird rates through March 12, 2018
MAFP Physician Member: $149
MAFP Physician Members' Staff: $149
MAFP Life Member: $149
MAFP Resident Member: $99
MAFP Student Member: $99
Non-MAFP Member: $199
Speakers' Presentation Materials: Approximately 7-10 days prior to the conference, registrants will be sent a Know Before You Go email that will include a password to access speakers' presentation materials.
This Live activity, MAPS & More: Update for Opioid Prescribers, from 03/23/2018 - 12/31/2018, has been reviewed and is acceptable for up to 9.00 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.
Following this CME activity, participants will have the opportunity to earn an additional two Prescribed credits for participation in each Translation to Practice® (t2p™) exercise. Information on Translation to Practice® will be shared within the activity.