Friday April 20, 2018

6:00–7:00pm Dr. Hamblin
7:00–8:00pm Robert R Carter MD, FACS- Current Status of Peripheral Arterial Disease
8:30–10:30pm Networking at Harrah’s- More details to come!

Saturday, April 21, 2018

7:30-8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00-9:15am Diane Treat-Jacobson, PHD, RN – Implementation of a Supervised Exercise Therapy Program for Patients with Peripheral Artery Disease
9:15-10:15am Rich Sukeena, MS, MBA, CCRP, FAACVPR Manager, Cardiovascular Imaging Core Laboratory and Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Rehabilitation – Enhancing Quality Assurance in Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehabilitation:  Strategies & Tools to Help Make it Happen.
10:15-10:30am Break
10:30-11:45am Dr. Steve Keteyian, PhD, FACSM- “Getting Those with Longer White Coats More Involved (and Up-to-Date) in CR”
11:45–12:15pm Lunch and Vendors / Raffles
12:15-1:30pm Karen Collins -”But I Saw it on the Internet!” Clearing Through Headline Hype to Set Priorities for Heart-Healthy Eating

Saturday, April 21, 2018 Cont’d

1:30–2:30pm Dr. Steve Keteyian – “Million Hearts and Cardiac Rehabilitation 2022 … the Surge”
2:30–3:30pm Breakout Sessions:
1.  Jan Foresman, RN, MSEd, FAACVPR -“Let’s talk about Yoga”
2.  Lynn Hegvik, RN-BC, BSN, CCRN, FAACVPR- Program Certification- Are you On the Right Track
3.  Jodi Corpe, EP – Pulmonary Exercise prescription
3:30–4:30pm Katrina Green – Closing Keynote Influencing Change without a Title.
4:30-5:00pm Evals

**Full-time non-practicing students. Student I.D. will
be requested at conference check in.**

First Time Attendees will be sent a discount code
following the conference for the Spring 2019 conference.

Conference Location

Conference Hotel


Supervised Exercise Therapy



PAD exercise training toolkit.  http://vasculardisease.org/files/pad-exercise-training-toolkit.pdf

CMS decision memo PAD:CMS.decisionmemo.PAD.SET

WPS:  “It is now okay to submit claims for SET PAD as of October 1, 2017; also claims from as far back as 5/25/2017 can now be submitted.   WPS has given the go ahead to submit claims for SET PAD”

The culture of MOKSACVPR is…

Welcoming: as members of MOKSACVPR we strive to welcome all cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation professionals to become integral parts of our organization.  Within our board and committee members we understand that it takes a team to accomplish the work that needs to be done.  We look forward to new and progressive ideas and welcome change as our world and profession evolves.

Supportive:  We support one another through knowledge sharing, encouragement and experience.  It is our desire that each and every member of our organization can depend on us to be a reliable source for information and support.

Dedicated:  The members of our organization demonstrate dedication and commitment through countless volunteer hours spent in working towards the objectives of MOKSACVPR.  Within this dedication it is evident that all persons involved have a strong passion for the jobs that they do.  We accept nothing less than loyalty in our ranks- we are true to each other and our profession.

Integrity:  Professional. Reliable. Trustworthy. Honest.  Our integrity is a critical asset and we are committed to uphold it.  We set high standards, and we abide by them as we practice business fairly and behave ethically.  We share our expectations with each other and strive to maintain an organization built on mutual values trust and goodwill.

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