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PORTLAND, OREGON | THE SENTINEL HOTEL (Formerly The Governor Hotel)

JULY 23 - 24, 2014

ONE EVENT

CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ANGIOPLASTY:
THE PROCEDURE THAT CHANGED MEDICINE

JOIN HUNDREDS of

LEADERS, CHANGE-MAKERS & VISIONARIES FROM ALL DISCIPLINES AND PROFESSIONS INVOLVED IN IMAGE-GUIDED INTERVENTION

BE PART of

HISTORY
& HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE

Join Us for a two-day, cross-disciplinary, international, interactive, high-level conference in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of angioplasty to discuss and debate key questions on all aspects of the future of imaged-guided interventions.

  • 1 LEARN from and interact with the leaders in image-guided intervention
  • 2 Help SHAPE THE FUTURE of medicine and technology with peers from an array of disciplines
  • 3 CHALLENGE yourself through rich discussion and debates
  • 4 CELEBRATE alongside those who laid the foundation and those paving the way into the future!

DR. CHARLES DOTTER (Holding the Catheter), INVENTOR OF ANGIOPLASTY AND THE CATHETER-DELIVERED STENT, PERFORMING AN EARLY ANGIOPLASTY ASSITED BY MANNY ROBINSON.

INTRODUCTION ABOUT IGI•50 50TH ANNIVERSARY

On January 16, 1964, Dr. Charles Dotter performed the first successful percutaneous transluminal angioplasty.

AGENDA

COURSE
DIRECTOR

JOHN KAUFMAN, MD

ADVISORS

MICHAEL DAKE, MD
MICHAEL R. JAFF, DO
BARRY KATZEN, MD
FREDERICK KELLER, MD
JOSEF ROSCH, MD
ALBERT STARR, MD

SUPPORTERS

ENDORSERS

8:00 – 8:10 AM

Welcome and Introduction
Speaker: John Kaufman, MD

8:10 – 9:40 AM

How Has Image-Guided Interventions Changed Medicine?
Moderator: John Kaufman, MD
Panelists: John Abele;  Andy Adam; John Laird, MD; Gregory Moneta, MD; Joe Robertson, MD

This session will frame the symposium by discussing the impact on patients, procedures, specialties, training, and cost of health care of image-guided interventions over the last 50 years.

9:40 – 10:00 AM

Break

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Who Should Be Trained to Do What, and How?
Moderator: Sanjiv Kaul, MD
Panelists: Gary Becker, MD; Kem Hawkins; John Hunter, MD; Mark Richardson, MD; Richard Satava, MD; Lee Swanstrom, MD

Image-guided interventions are becoming widely disseminated within medicine and essential to many aspects of patient care. Who does which procedures, and how they should be trained, are highly charged but essential questions. The roles and training of physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, technologists, and medical assistants will be discussed

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Lunch - How It All Started
Speaker: Josef Rosch, MD

1:00 – 3:00 PM

What Is A Successful Image-Guided Intervention?
Moderator: Joaquin Cigarroa, MD
Panelists: E. Jane Adam; Eric Dishman; Mami Ho, MD; Louis Jacques, MD; Frederick Keller, MD; Michael Mussallem

How will we measure the “success” of image-guided interventions in the future? The panelists will discuss how clinical and patient reported outcomes, types of evidence, costs, quality of life, and comparisons to other management strategies will be applied to understanding the role of image-guided interventions in the future.

3:00 – 3:20 PM

Break

3:20 – 5:20 PM

Will Image-Guided Intervention Survive Health Care Reforms – Anywhere?
Moderator: Michael R. Jaff, DO
Panelists: Brian Contos; Laurence Furnstahl; Yves L’Epine, MD; John O’Shea, MD; Gregory Sorenson, MD

Image-guided interventions are very dependent upon expensive technologies. In practice, minimally invasive does not always mean less expensive, particularly with new procedures. The panelists will explore the impacts of changing payment models, increased costs of device development, and government regulation on the future of these procedures.

5:30 – 8:00 PM

New Technology Reception – Oregon wine/beer tasting & Poster Session

8:00 – 10:00 AM

What Will the Image-Guided Intervention Facility of the Future Look Like?
Moderator: John Kaufman, MD
Panelists: Tim Chuter, MD; Stephen Ferrara, MD; Ferenc Jolesz, MD; Barry Katzen, MD; Kieran Murphy, MD; Lee Swanstrom, MD

The session will address how image-guided intervention facilities will be equipped and organized in the future as multiple practitioners utilize multiple modalities. The very definition of an “interventional suite” may change if some image-guided interventions can be performed at the ICU bedside or in every operating room. The infrastructure and expense for advanced multimodality facilities may present challenges both within institutions and geographically.

10:00 – 10:30 AM

Break

10:30 AM – 12:00 PM

What Are the Challenges of Image-Guided Interventions in Developing Health-Care Systems?
Moderator: Anne Roberts, MD
Panelists: Nester Kiselevzky, MD; Raymond Price, MD; Sanjiv Sharma, MD; Barry Thomas

The implementation of image-guided interventions has unique challenges in developing health care systems in which the infrastructure, financial resources, regulatory oversight, and practitioner base are limited, and the spectrum of diseases and cultures are different. Nevertheless, these health care systems will likely drive much of image-guided interventions in the future.The panel will explore the issues and potential solutions facing image-guided interventions in these environments.

12:00 – 1:00 PM

Lunch – Poster Awards

1:00 – 3:00 PM

Who Will Innovate, and How, In the Future?
Moderator: Barry Katzen, MD
Panelists: Dorothy Abel; Shawn Fojtik; Kenton Gregory, MD; William Harrington; Eamonn Hobbs; Omar Ishrak; Lindsay Machan, MD

The world in which Charles Dotter performed the first angioplasty was completely different than that of today. Innovation has long  been recognized as a key engine of image-guided interventions,  but is now more difficult than ever before. This panel will discuss the challenges of innovation, and strategies to continue this  essential aspect of image-guided interventions.

3:00 – 3:30 PM

Break

3:30 – 5:15 PM

The Next 50 Years

Moderator: Michael Dake, MD
Panelists: Peter Fitzgerald, MD; Kenton Gregory, MD; Michael R. Jaff, DO; Richard Kuntz

Image-guided interventions have evolved dramatically over the last 50 years, but the potential advancements in the next 50 years are even more profound. This panel will explore the devices, guidance technologies, drugs, data management systems, practitioners, and changing patterns of disease that will shape the future of these procedures.

5:15 – 5:30 PM

Going forward  

Speaker: John Kaufman, MD

5:30 PM

Adjournment

INVITED FACULTY

Abel, Dorothy

Senior Reviewer
Food & Drug Administration
Silver Spring, Maryland

Abele, John

Founding Chairman, retired
Boston Scientific
Natick, Massachusetts

Adam, Andy MB, BS

Interventional Radiology
Guy’s and St. Thomas' Hospital / King's College London
London, United Kingdom

Adam, E Jane MB,BS

Appraisals Committee Chair
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
United Kingdom

Becker, Gary MD

American Board of Radiology
BOSTON SCIENTIFIC
Tucson, Arizona

Chuter, Timothy MD

Professor of Surgery, In-Residence
University of California San Francisco
San Francisco, California

Cigarroa, Joaquin MD

Professor, Interventional Cardiology
Knight Cardiovascular Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Contos, Brian

Executive Director
The Advisory Board Company
Washington, DC

Dake, Michael MD

Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Stanford University School of Medicine
Medical Director, Cath / Angio Laboratories, Standford University Medical Center
Stanford, California

Dishman, Eric

Intel Fellow and General Manager of the Health & Sciences Group
Intel Corporation
Hillsboro, Oregon

Donald E. Bobo, Jr.

Corporate Vice President, Heart Valve Therapy
Edwards Lifesciences
Irvine, California

Ferrara, Stephen MD

Captain, US Navy
Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow, House Committee on Energy and Commerce
San Diego, California

Fitzgerald, Peter MD

Professor of Cardiology Center for Research in Cardiovascular Interventions
Standford University Medical Center
Stanford, California

Fojtik, Shawn

Chief Executive Officer
Control Medical Technology
Park City, Utah

Furnstahl, Lawrence

Chief Financial Officer
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Gregory, Kenton MD

Cardiology
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Harrington, William MD

Managing Partner
Osage University Partners
Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania

Hawkins, Kem

President
Cook Group, Inc.
Bloomington, Indiana

Hersh, Jeff PhD, MD, RAC

Chief Medical Officer
GE Healthcare Systems
Wauwatosa, WI

Ho, Mami MD, PhD

Review Director
Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency
Tokyo, Japan

Hobbs, Eamonn

President & CEO
Antares Pharma, Inc.
Ewing, New Jersey

Hunter, John G. MD, FACS

Mackenzie Professor and Chair, Department of Surgery; Editor in Chief, World Journal of Surgery
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Ishrak, Omar

Chairman and CEO
Medtronic
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Jacques, Louis MD

Director of Coverage and Analysis Group
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Baltimore, Maryland

Jaff, Michael R. DO

Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Chair, Institute for Heart, Vascular and Stroke Care
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Jolesz, Ferenc A. MD

B. Leonard Holman Professor of Radiology; Director, Division of MRI and National Center for Image-Guided Therapy, Department of Radiology
Brigham & Women's Hospital , Harvard Medical School
Boston, Massachusetts

Katzen, Barry MD

Founder and Medical Director
Baptist Cardiac and Vascular Institute
Miami, Florida

Kaufman, John MD

Director of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Dotter Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Kaul, Sanjiv MD

Chief Executive Officer
Knight Cardiovascular Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Keller, Frederick MD

Cook Professor, Interventional Radiology
Dotter Institute / Oregon Health & Science University Hospital
Portland, Oregon

Kisilevzky, Nestor MD

Director
Endovascular Center
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Kuntz, Richard MD, MSc

Senior Vice President and Chief Scientific, Clinical and Regulator Officer
Medtronic
Minneapolis, Minnesota

L’Epine, Yves MD, PhD

Chief Executive Officer
Guerbet
Paris, France

Laird Jr., John R. MD

Interventional Cardiology
UC Davis Medical Center
Sacramento, California

Machan, Lindsay MD

Interventional Radiology
University of British Columbia Hospital
Vancouver, British Columbia

Moneta, Gregory MD

Professor and Division Head, Vascular Surgery
Knight Cardiovascular Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Murphy, Kieran MD, FRCPC FSIR

Neurointerventional Radiology
University Health Network
Toronto, Canada

O’Shea, John

Visiting Scholar, The Brookings Institution
Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform
Washington, DC

Price, Raymond MD

General Surgery
Intermountain Surgical Specialists, Intermountain Healthcare; Center for Global Surgery, Department of Surgery, University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah

Richardson, Mark MD

Dean, School of Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Roberts, Anne MD

Professor and Chief of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, California

Robertson, Joe MD

President
Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Rosch, Josef MD

Interventional Radiology
Dotter Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Satava, Richard MD

Professor of Surgery, University of Washington
Senior Science Advisor, US Army Medical Research and Material Command
Ft. Detrick, Maryland

Sharma, Sanjiv MD

Professional and Head, Department of Cardiac Radiology
All India Institute of Medical Sciences
New Delhi, India

Sorensen, Gregory MD

President and Chief Executive Officer
Siemens Healthcare North America
Boston, Massachusetts

Starr, Albert MD

Cardiovascular Surgery
Knight Cardiovascular Institute / Oregon Health & Science University
Portland, Oregon

Swanstrom, Lee MD

Chief Innovation Officer
Institute of Image-Guided Minimally Invasive Hybrid Surgery
Stratsburg, France

Thomas, Barry

Director Asia Pacific
Cook Medical
Brisbane, Australia

CME

ACCREDITATION

Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CREDIT

OHSU School of Medicine, Division of CME, designates this live activity for a maximum of 14 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

TARGET AUDIENCE

Multidisciplinary, international, all medicine specialties, health policy economics, basic science, public health, regulatory agencies, payors, industry, hospital administration, health care consultants and patients.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

To disseminate new medical knowledge, to vision the future of image-guided interventions, and to interface with regulators, health care providers and payors

Information and Competition

THE SENTINEL HOTEL  (Formerly The Governor Hotel)

614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97205

 

ROOM RESERVATIONS

  • All hotel reservation information will be provided in the confirmation email once you have registered. Rooms are available on a first-come, first-served basis until the cut-off date of June 23, 2014, or until the block fills, whichever comes first. After that date, reservations and/or changes will be subject to availability. 

REGISTRATION & CHECK-IN

IGI50 Registration offers on-site registration and check-in services for pre-registered attendees. Remember to bring your registration confirmation email.

Registration desk is available during the following hours:

  • Tuesday, July 22…… …….3:00 – 6:00pm
  • Wednesday, July 23…….6:30am – 5:30pm
  • Thursday, July 24………..6:30am – 5:30pm

PRICE

  • General Early bird $400 
  • Active Military Early bird $200 (Must provide verification letter)
  • Fellow / Trainee Early bird $100 (Must have been a fellow between 2013 - 2014)

            ***Early Bird prices available through June 1, 2014

Portland Activities

REFUNDS / CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations received by May 30, 2014 will be accepted less a 15% administrative fee. No refunds will be given after that date. Refunds or credits will not be given for failure to attend, late arrival, unattended events, or early departure. IGI50 must be notified in writing of your intent to cancel prior to the cancellation deadline. Fax your cancellation notification to IGI50 Cancellation at 503 494-4258, or mail your cancellation notification to IGI50 Cancellation to Dixie McWilliams, 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, L342, Portland, OR 97239. Please note, in the event that IGI50 is abbreviated or canceled because of circumstances beyond the control of IGI50, including, but not limited to, civil disturbance, earthquake, electrical outage, explosion, fire, freight embargo, strike or labor unrest, flood, hurricane, tornado, or other acts of God, an act of war, terrorism, or the act of any government (de facto or de jure), or any government agency or official, IGI50 reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to unilaterally terminate the symposium. In these circumstances, the registrant expressly agrees to waive any claim that they may have against IGI50 for damages or compensation, including, but not limited to, fees for registration, housing, airfare, and/or incidental charges.

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PORTLAND, OREGON | THE GOVERNOR HOTEL

JULY 23 - 24, 2014