Definitive DPC Training

Our 5th “Nuts & Bolts to 2.0” Conference training hundreds of physicians in the Direct Primary Care practice model (doctor’s office).

Build a DPC doctor’s office free of insurance and other third parties challenging your clinical judgment and robbing your time with patients.

Approved for 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ by Texas Medical Association (TMA).

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Dates: November 10-12, 2022
Location: Dallas, TX (near DFW airport)
Email: info@dpcconference.com

Accreditation Statement:

The Texas Medical Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation Statement:

The Texas Medical Association designates this (educational format) for a maximum of 15.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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Note: Topics and instruction is subject to change by curriculum committee and CME certifying body.

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Build My DPC

Doctor Driven, Doctor Approved

Agenda

Thursday

Family Friendly Welcome Event

2nd Floor Ballroom Foyer ~ 5PM to 8PM

 

Note: Topics and instruction is subject to change by curriculum committee and CME certifying body.

Agenda

Friday

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Genexa

Medicine made Clean

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Welcome

 Breakfast 7:00 – 8:00

Introductions & Instructions 8:00 – 8:20 AM

 

Empowering Physician Leaders

Panel 01 – 8:30 – 10:30 AM

 

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Katarina Lindley

Understanding the role of physicians as change leaders
Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Jeffrey Davenport

Discuss empowering physicians to be teachers / mentors of next generation
Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Chad Savage

The moral case for DPC
Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Josh Umbehr

DPC thriving during the pandemic

Legal Issues & Solutions for DPC

Panel 02 ~ 10:40 – Noon

 

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Kimberly Legg Corba

Review legal issues, OSHA / HIPAA Compliance
Katarina Lindley, DO

Cynthia Stamer, Esq

Legal and regulatory issues / Price Transparency

Helping Hands Award

TBA

 

Ellen McKnight, MD

Keynote Speaker ~ Noon – 1:30 PM

“The Case for Physician Autonomy”

Dr. Ellen W. McKnight is a rheumatologist in Pensacola, Florida and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Gulf Breeze Hospital and Baptist Hospital. She received her medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.

 

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Case Study in DPC

Panel 03 ~ 2:00 – 3:15PM

Learn how DPC, free market principles and an innovative health plan design can help save rural healthcare

 

Katarina Lindley, DO

Carl Scheussler, Jr

TBA

Katarina Lindley, DO

Vincent A. Sica, CEO DeSoto Memorial Hospital

TBA

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Lee Gross

TBA

Specialists & DPC

Panel 04 ~ 3:50 – 4:50 PM

 

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Cristin Dickerson - Green Imaging

The role of specialists in building an affordable consumer-driven healthcare market

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Michael Koriwchak

History of Healthcare financing – How we got here

Dr. Keith Smith

Keynote Speaker ~ 6:00 – 7:30PM

The Free Market: the Pandemic’s Unsung First Responder

Dr. G. Keith Smith is a board-certified anesthesiologist in private practice since 1990. In 1997, he cofounded the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, an outpatient surgery center in Oklahoma City. SCO is owned by over fifty of the top physicians and surgeons in central Oklahoma. Dr. Smith serves as the medical director, CEO and managing partner while maintaining an active anesthesia practice. He is also cofounder of the Free Market Medical Association.

Note: Topics and instruction is subject to change by curriculum committee and CME certifying body.

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Agenda

Saturday

Office Managers Breakfast

Operations & Insight to Back Office of DPC

TBA

 

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Breakout Sessions

Tracks for Startup and Advanced DPC

8:00 AM – Noon

 

Track One – Start Up

Session One

Katarina Lindley, DO

Keen Umbehr

Legal challenges for the startup DPC practice

Discuss contracting, pitfalls and precautions.

Track Two – Established Practices

Session One

Katarina Lindley, DO

Drs. Phil Boucher ~ Brandon Alleman

Assessing Growth and Innovation for established practices

Evaluating growth marketing strategies, pricing & services

Discuss adding new flavors and spice to primary care

Overcoming obstacles to stalled growth

Track One – Startup

Session Two

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr Adriana Raus ~ Dr. Morgan Coleman

Getting comfortable being uncomfortable in DPC startup

Learn how to find and navigate existing resources to help

Explore embracing the identity of business owner and advocate

Setting practice and business goals

Track Two – Established Practices

Session Two

Katarina Lindley, DO

Dr. Luke Van Kirk ~ Dr. Belen Amat

Managing Expectations and Success in DPC

Managing DPC growing pains

Discuss complex patient navigation in DPC

Discuss defining success

Understand how building better relationships is the foundation of DPC

Track One – Start Up

Session Three

Katarina Lindley, DO

Drs. Kym Moyer, Rebecca Berens, Jade Norris

Setting up your practice, determining services and marketing strategies

Determining pricing and services

Balancing practice and family needs

Leveraging tech to grow your DPC with your ideal patients

Track Two – Established Practices

Session Three

Katarina Lindley, DO

Drs. Molly Rutherford ~ Grace Torres-Hodges

Redefining the scope of primary care – DPC as the specialist

Defining the role of primary care doctor as specialist

Adding ancillary services to your DPC

Reclaiming full-scope primary care through DPC

Case Studies in DPC Startups

Chad Savage ~ Moderator

12:15 PM – 1:45 PM

 

  • Discuss pitfalls and problems that physicians encounter.
  • Learn practice pearls
  • Explore real and perceived obstacles to DPC Startup

Case Studies in DPC Startups

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Katarina Lindley, DO

DPC Docs - TBA

Best Practices

Note: Topics and instruction is subject to change by curriculum committee and CME certifying body.

Procedurals – Add on Sessions

Five Procedural Topics Available ~ Hands on Instruction

Three one hour sessions blocks available

  • Session One – 2PM – 3PM
  • Session Two – 3:30PM – 4:30 PM
  • Session Three 5PM – 6PM

Registered attendees may select up to three sessions as slots remain open (Up to 45 slots per procedural per session)

Dermatology & Derm for Primary Care

David Kent, MD

Skin Care Physicians of Georgia

Gain a competitive advantage in dermatology, learn key features of common skin cancers and performing office based skin procedures including: Painless local anesthesia, skin biopsy techniques, and cryosurgery.

Wound Management Principles

Hal C. Scherz, MD, FACS, FAAP

Managing Partner Georgia Urology;  Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery- Emory University; Senior Pediatric Urologist Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

The attendees will learn how to evaluate a patient with an open wound and determine the most appropriate ways to manage them. We will cover basic suturing techniques and review the best choices of suture materials. We will also discuss how to manage wounds that do not require suturing.

Catheters and Common Urological Problems

Ori Hampel, MD

Managing partner and founder, Adult and Pediatric Urology of Houston, LLP

Removal and application of catheters. Managing common urological problems in primary care physicians

Primary care physicians routinely encounter conditions related to the genitourinary system. Urinary retention is an emergency condition that can be alleviated by the primary care physician and prevent costly emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations while relieving patient suffering more expeditiously. We will discuss and teach techniques of bladder catheterization from simple to complicated as well as the management of Foley catheters. We will discuss renal colic and the workup and management of urolithiasis. The management of urinary tract infections is integral to the primary care setting. Time permitting, we can review and discuss other urological topics, including the acute scrotum, hematuria, genitourinary cancer detection, urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, enuresis, etc.

ENT Techniques for DPC

Michael Koriwchak, MD

ENT of Atlanta

Ear Nose and Throat techniques for the DPC physician including common problems (hoarseness, reflux, allergies, sinusitis etc) and exam findings, control of epistaxis and cerumen removal.  Endoscopy will be used to demonstrate deeper anatomy.

Frontline Ortho for DPC

Scott Barbour, MD

Barbour Orthopedics

Joint injections for acute conditions and managing temporizing acute orthopedic injuries

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