1 You are invited to register for the 2012 Annual Meeting June 7 9, 2012 Barton Creek Hotel Austin, Texas Attendee Registration Educational Program jointly sponsored by Texas Medical Association and the.
2 Annual Meeting Program Schedule Executive Committee Officers Erin T. Bird, MD, President Daniel C. Voglewede, MD, President-Elect Paolo Champion, MD, Secretary-Treasurer Jeffrey N. Kocurek, MD, Past President Members At Large M. Pat Collini, MD Dan French, MD LeRoy Jones, MD Stephen Kraus, MD Allen Morey, MD Scott Spore, MD Steven W. Sukin, MD George Vassar, MD O. Lenaine Westney, MD David Wilhelm, MD Representatives to TMA ISC/HOD Sonny Mistry, MD, Delegate Stacy Ong, MD, Alternate Delegate Representative to AACU George Vassar, MD Representative to AUA South Central Section Ashish Kamat, MD Education Committee Stephen Kraus, MD (Chair) Joseph W. Basler, MD, PhD Dan French, MD LeRoy Jones, MD Mohit Khera, MD Allen Morey, MD O. Lenaine Westney, MD Featured Speakers Otis Brawley, MD Chief Medical and Scientific Officer American Cancer Society, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia Jaime Capelo, JD Lobbyist Austin, Texas Christopher Chermansky, MD Assistant Professor, Departments of Urology and Neuroscience LSUHSC New Orleans New Orleans, Louisiana Lars Cisek, MD Assistant Professor of Urology Baylor College of Medicine Catherine DeVries, M.D., FACS, FAAP Director, Center for Global Surgery & Clinical Professor of Surgery (Urology) University of Utah San Antonio, Utah Sophie Fletcher, MD Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College Department of Urology Director of Research, The Methodist Hospital Center for Restorative Pelvic Medicine Assistant Clinical Professor, Baylor College of Medicine, Scott Department of Urology Patricio C. Gargollo, MD Assistant Professor, Director of Pediatric Urology Robotic & Minimally Invasive Surgery University of Texas Southwestern Dallas, Texas Tim Hlavinka, MD Urology San Antonio San Antonio, Texas Steve Hudak, MD Assistant Instructor of Urology University of Texas Southwestern Dallas, Texas Lucas Jacomides, MD Scott & White Round Rock, Texas Ashish Kamat, MD Associate Professor & Attending Surgeon, Urology & Cancer Biology Director, Urologic Oncology Fellowship Program University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center Mohit Khera, MD Assistant Professor of Urology Baylor College of Medicine Stephen Kraus, MD Professor and Vice Chairman, Department of Urology University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas Seth Lerner, MD Baylor College of Medicine Brian Miles, MD Medical Director of Robotic Surgery The Methodist Hospital Peter Ruff, MD Urology Austin Austin, Texas Koushik Shaw, MD Vice Chief of Staff North Austin Medical Center Austin Urology Institute Austin, TX Lee Spangler Vice President, Division of Socioeconomics Texas Medical Association Austin, Texas Marie-Blanche Tchetgen, MD Urology Associates of North Texas Center for Bladder and Pelvic Health Arlington, Texas Ian Thompson, MD Director, Cancer Therapy and Research Center University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas Cliff Vestal, MD Urology Associates of North Texas Arlington, Texas
3 Hotel Accommodations Barton Creek Hotel Barton Creek Hotel 8212 Barton Club Drive Austin, Texas or TUS has a special room rate of $189 for singles and doubles. Room rates do not include resort fee of 9% per night or tax, currently 12%. Please call (800) or (512) by Wednesday, May 16, 2012 to make your reservations or use the link below: https://gc.synxis.com/rez.aspx?hotel=11200&chain=516 4&arrive=6/6/2012&depart=6/11/2012&adult=1&child=0 &group=tus2012. Be sure to mention that you are part of the TUS meeting. Rooms must be guaranteed with a credit card at the time your reservation is made, however you will be charged for your stay based on the credit card you provide upon check-in. Reservations not cancelled 7days prior to scheduled arrival date will incur one night s room and tax charges that will be billed to the credit card on file. Additional Information For additional information contact 401 W. 15th Street Austin, TX Shari Noonan, CAE, CMP, Executive Director OR Rebecca Lawson, Meeting Registrar, phone (800) , ext or (512) ; fax (512) ; Check-in: 3:00pm Check-out: 11:00am Hotel reservation deadline is Monday, May 16, Early Departure and No Shows If you choose to check out of the hotel prior to your scheduled departure date, you must inform the hotel at or before check-in. If you do not notify the hotel at or before check-in, you are subject to an early departure fee of $ If you are a no-show and do not cancel your hotel room 7 days prior to your scheduled arrival date, you will incur one night s room charge plus all applicable taxes. Transportation upon arrival in Austin Barton Creek provides shuttle service to or from the Austin Bergstrom International Airport. Cost is $43/person one-way. Call Barton Creek at (512) Various other ground transportation options are also available to you: Star Shuttle Super Shuttle Time Zone: Central Time Internet Access: If you are planning to bring your laptop computer to Austin, you can access high-speed Internet in your guestroom using the data port at no charge. Attire Casual attire is recommended for all TUS functions. However, some venues at Barton Creek may require business casual attire.
4 CME Category 1 AMA PRA Credit This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of Texas Medical Association and TUS. The Texas Medical Association is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Designation Statement The Texas Medical Association designates this live activity for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Target Audience This activity is specifically designed for Member and non-member urologists engaged in the practice of urology, urologists and other physicians interested in urology, clinical and practice management issues related to urology, as well as residents and fellows of urology. Meeting Fees Registration fees include the scientific program, Thursday Welcome Reception, continental breakfasts, breaks, Friday Luncheon, and the President s Reception and Dinner. If you plan to participate in the golf tournament, this event is NOT included in the registration fee and require; additional fees. Meeting Registration: TUS Members $375 Non-Member Physicians $475 Resident Physicians n/c Allied Health Professional $225 Spouse/Guests $175 Sports Registration Fees: Golf Tournament $199 Advance registration for the meeting and all social events is required to guarantee attendance for sessions and social functions. The deadline to register for the annual meeting is May 25, Registration refunds will be made for cancellations received by May 25, 2012, via mail, fax or telephone; however, a $100 administrative fee will be retained. The deadline to register for the TUS Annual Meeting is May 25, 2012! Confirmations Upon receipt of your conference registration form and payment, a confirmation letter will be sent to you by the TUS office and will include details on directions to the hotel, area attractions and additional conference activity details. Cancellations Deadline for cancellation is May 25, There will be no refunds for cancellations after this date. Program Schedule (schedule subject to change) Thursday, June 7, :30pm Registration open 2 4 pm Exhibitor set up 4 4:30pm Male Hormone Replacement Therapy by Mohit Khera, MD 4:30 5pm Female Sexual Dysfunction by Sophie Fletcher, MD 5 5:30pm Ureteral Reconstruction Review by Steve Hudak, MD 5:30 6pm Difficult Prosthetic Cases by Steve Hudak, MD 6 8:00pm Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall Friday, June 8, :30 am 2:30pm Exhibit hours 7:30 8am Continental breakfast in Exhibit Hall 8 8:30am Current Thoughts on Vesico-Ureteral Reflux by Patricio C. Gargollo, MD 8:30 9am Robotic Surgery in Pediatric Urology by Lars Cisek, MD 9 10am Worldwide Volunteer Opportunities and World Surgical Experience by Catherine DeVries, MD, FACS, FAAP 10 10:15am Break in Exhibit Hall 10:15 11:15am Neurogenic Bladder Review by Christopher Chermansky, MD 11:15 am 12:15pm To Join or Not to Join, That is the Question... by Lucas Jacomides, MD, Peter Ruff, MD, Koushik Shaw, MD & Cliff Vestal, MD 12:15 1:30pm Lunch and Accountable Care Organizations by Lee Spangler 1:30 2pm Physician Extenders: Large Group Perspective by Tim Hlavinka MD 2 2:30pm BREAK 2:30 2:50pm Stress Urinary Incontinence Update 2012 by Marie-Blanche Tchetgen, MD 2:50 3:10pm Complications of Mid-Urethral Sling by Stephen Kraus, MD 3:10 3:30pm Overactive Bladder Update 2012 by Sophie Fletcher, MD 3:30 3:50pm Mesh Prolapse Kits, the FDA and You by Marie-Blanche Tchetgen, MD 3:50 4:10pm Cases for Panel, Q & A Kraus, Fletcher, Tchetgen 4:10-4:30 pm TUS Business Meeting 4:30pm Adjourn for the day **Morning breakfast & coffee breaks in the Exhibit Hall Saturday, June 9, am Noon Golf Tournament (Barton Creek s Fazio Foothills Course) 12:30-3pm Exhibit hours 12:30 1pm Break in the Exhibit Hall 1 2pm Legislative Update by Jaime Capelo, JD 2 2:30pm Prostate Cancer: New Agents by Brian Miles, MD 2:30 3pm Break in the exhibit hall 3 5pm Exhibits move out 3 3:20pm Neoadjuvant Chemo for Bladder Cancer with Muscle Invasion: Risk Adapted Approach vs. Routine Use by Seth Lerner, MD 3:20 3:50pm T1HG Bladder Cancer: BCG or Cystectomy by Ashish Kamat, MD 3:50 4:10pm Q & A (Lerner & Kamat) 4:10 4:40pm PSA: The USPSTF is Right by Otis Brawley, MD 4:40 5:10pm PSA: The USPSTF Doesn t Know What They re Talking About by Ian Thompson, MD 5:10 5:40pm Q & A (Brawley & Thompson) 6:30 10pm President s Reception/Dinner/Dance (onsite at hotel)
5 Objectives Male Hormone Replacement Therapy by Mohit Khera, MD Discuss the prevalence of male hypogonadism Describe how to diagnose men with hypogonadism Describe the different treatment options for low testosterone Describe the controversy between testosterone and prostate cancer Describe the co-morbid conditions associated with low testosterone Explain the different treatment options available for low testosterone Female Sexual Dysfunction by Sophie Fletcher, MD Describe the diagnostic categories of female sexual dysfunction Identify female sexual dysfunction patients presenting to a urologists office Discuss treatments available for female sexual dysfunction Ureteral Reconstruction Review by Steve Hudak, MD Properly diagnose and plan the reconstruction of ureteral injuries and strictures Identify which reconstructive techniques are best suited for ureteral strictures at various locations and lengths along the entire course of the ureter Difficult Prosthetic Cases by Steve Hudak, MD Describe the role and rationale for alternative prosthesis reservoir placement Define the role of penile plication and other adjunctive maneuvers when placing IPP in men with Peyronie s disease Discuss the pearls and pitfalls of reoperative artificial urinary sphincter surgery Current Thoughts on Vesico-Ureteral Reflux by Patricio C. Gargollo, MD Describe the contemporary approach to VUR management Identify the role of the DMSA renal scan in the following of VUR Describe some of the surgical options available for VUR Robotic Surgery in Pediatric Urology by Lars Cisek, MD Define potential applications of robotics to pediatric ureter problems Define potential limitations and pitfalls of robotics to pediatric ureter problems Worldwide Volunteer Opportunities and World Surgical Experience by Catherine DeVries, M.D., FACS, FAAP Identify burden of surgical/urological disease, worldwide Identify gaps in global urological education and needs for volunteers Recommend methods of participation in service and education Neurogenic Bladder Review by Christopher Chermansky, MD Discuss the urological evaluation of patients with SCI and MS Describe the treatment algorithms for patients with urological disease due to SCI or MS Identify patients with MS or SCI who are at greatest risk of developing complications To Join or Not to Join, That is the Question... by Lucas Jacomides, MD, Peter Ruff, MD, Koushik Shaw, MD & Cliff Vestal, MD Assess the relative advantages and disadvantages of hospital-based urology practices Discuss overall Urologic Practice environment: Solo Practice Pros and Cons Large Group Pros and Cons Multispecialty Pros and Cons MegaGroup Pros and Cons TMA practice startup assistance Accountable Care Organizations by Lee Spangler Discuss the history, structure, and payor motivations behind the push for ACOs Discuss final regulations and payment method for the Medicare shared-saving model ACO Outline the pros and cons of the Government ACO programs and resulting market changes Outline pros and cons of practicing in an ACO setting and recognize that physician protections must be contained within the participation or employment contract Physician Extenders: Large Group Perspective by Tim Hlavinka MD Discuss physician extenders definition and roles Describe the legal environment of supervision Learn how to incorporate physician extenders into clinical practice Discuss their training and CME requirements Stress Urinary Incontinence Update 2012 by Marie-Blanche Tchetgen, MD Describe the mechanism of continence and incontinence Make decisions regarding pretreatment diagnostic evaluation Discuss nonsurgical and surgical treatment options available in 2012 Overactive Bladder Update 2012 by Sophie Fletcher, MD Recognize patient populations which may need updated evaluation and treatment for OAB Describe new diagnostic criteria for OAB in various patient populations List new treatments available, and investigational treatments which may be available for urology patients Mesh Prolapse Kits, the FDA and You by Marie-Blanche Tchetgen, MD As a result of this presentation, participants should be able to discuss: The FDA recommendations for patients The FDA recommendations for health care providers The clinical risks and benefits of mesh prolapse kits Complications of Mid-Urethral Sling by Stephen Kraus, MD Describe the more common types of complications after mid-urethral sling including post-operative retention and voiding problems Discuss the general work-up for mid-urethral sling complications Utilize management options and have basis for decision making for choosing such options including options for the management of post-operative retention and voiding problems. Legislative Update by Jaime Capelo, JD Asses legislation, their status and results and any changes to laws affecting imaging, medical liability and the Corporate Practice of Medicine Prostate Cancer: New Agents by Brian Miles, MD As a result of this presentation, participants should be able to describe: The latest agents (drugs) used to treat prostate cancer The indications and limitations of these drugs The risk profile for each new agent Neoadjuvant Chemo for Bladder Cancer with Muscle Invasion: Risk Adapted Approach vs. Routine Use by Seth Lerner, MD Describe the data supporting the use of neoadjuvant chemotherapy Describe the rationale and explain to patients the interpretal outcomes with neoadjuvant chemotherapy Incorporate risk assessment in order to identify patients who may benefit the most from neoadjuvant chemotherapy T1HG Bladder Cancer: BCG or Cystectomy by Ashish Kamat, MD Identify risk prediction models for bladder cancer Define risk categories for bladder cancer Select appropriate therapy for bladder cancer PSA: USPSTF is Right by Otis Brawley, MD Discuss design of clinical trials & subset analysis Cite data on minority inclusion in trials and the federal law Define population categories PSA: USPSTF Doesn t Know What They re Talking About by Ian Thompson, MD Describe the updated outcomes of the European Screening Study Describe secular trends in prostate cancer outcomes in the U.S. List the evidence supporting a benefit of PSA testing
6 Social Activity Schedule Thursday Evening Welcome Reception - Start the meeting off right by having the opportunity to network with physicians and guests. A relaxed, casual event welcomes you to the beautiful Barton Creek Hotel! Friday Luncheon - Enjoy lunch at the hotel this event gives you a great opportunity to network with other physicians during the conference as well as hear the latest on Accountable Care Organizations from Lee Spangler, Vice President of Socioeconomic Division, Texas Medical Association Evening - On your own Saturday Saturday Morning Golf - A golf tournament will be held Saturday morning and is open to all attendees. If you are interested, you may sign up for the golf tournament on the enclosed registration form. The tournament will be held at Barton Creek s Crenshaw Cliffside Golf Course. The fee is $199 and includes range balls, greens fees, cart, beverage cart, lunch and transportation. Tee times will begin at approximately 7am and prizes will be awarded Saturday evening. Evening President s Reception and Dinner Reception 6:30 7pm; Dinner 7 10:00pm Ticket included with your registration fee Enjoy cocktails and dinner at Barton Creek. Saturday evening promises to be a fun-filled event with dinner and entertainment you won t soon forget! Exhibitors Take time to browse through the exhibits to see the latest and greatest in urology products and services. The Welcome Reception, continental breakfasts and refreshments breaks will be hosted in the exhibit hall. The TUS appreciates the support of the many companies that participate in the annual meeting. Attendees are encouraged to spend time visiting the exhibitors throughout the meeting. Exhibit Hours: Thursday, June 7, 2012: 4:00pm 8:00pm Friday, June 8, 2012: 7:30am 2:30pm Saturday, June 9, 2012: 12:30pm 3pm GRAND PRIZE GIVE-AWAY!! You will want to visit each exhibitor, and by doing so you will be eligible for a grand prize drawing! The drawing will be held on Saturday afternoon in the exhibit hall announcing the lucky winner. Look for details in your on-site registration packet.
7 Registration Form 2012 Annual Meeting, June 7-9, 2012 Barton Creek, Austin, Texas Name Name of Practice/Institution Office Address City State Zip Phone Fax Name of Spouse/Guest (circle one) Please note: The spouse/guest name should only be completed if He or She plans to attend the meeting and/or social functions during the meeting. In case of emergency during the conference, please contact: Name Relationship Phone Number Registration fees include the scientific program, Thursday Welcome Reception, continental breakfasts, breaks, Friday Luncheon, and the President s Reception and Dinner. If you plan to participate in the golf tournament and/or spouse/guest tours, these events are NOT included in the registration fee and require additional fees. # of People Amount Due TUS Member Physician $ 375 per person $ Non-Member Physician $ 475 per person $ Resident Physician n/c $ n/c Allied Health Professional $ 225 per person $ Spouse and Guest $ 175 per person $ Please check here if you DO NOT plan to attend any social functions. Please indicate the total number of people attending the following scientific and social functions: Thursday, June 7 # of Tickets Total Welcome included with registration $ n/c (You receive one complimentary ticket per registrant, however please let us know if you will attend by placing the number of attendees in the space above. If you will not be attending, please leave the space blank and you will not receive a ticket to this event.) Additional Welcome Reception $50 per person $ Friday, June 8 included with registration $ n/c (You receive one complimentary ticket per registrant, however please let us know if you will attend by placing the number of attendees in the space above. If you will not be attending, please leave the space blank and you will not receive a ticket to this event.) Additional Luncheon $52 per person $ Saturday, June 9 Golf Tournament $199 per person $ included with registration $ n/c (You receive one complimentary ticket per registrant, however please let us know if you will attend by placing the number of attendees in the space above. If you will not be attending, please leave the space blank and you will not receive a ticket to this event.) Additional Reception/Dinner $100 per person $ SPONSOR A RESIDENT: $ (TUS needs your help to make sure we can continue to allow all residents the chance to attend the Annual Meeting at no charge. It costs around $200 for their attendance, which does not include the President s Reception/Dinner, however any amount is appreciated.) Payment By: MasterCard VISA AMEX Discover Check # Amount $ Card Number Printed Name on Card * Special Offer for Non-Members If you apply for TUS membership before you register for the conference, you may attend the meeting at the member rate of $375. Apply online: Please make check payable to: TUS Tax ID: Exp. Date Signed Name (authorizes payment): Please note: On your credit card statement, charges will appear as Texas Medical Association as the TUS utilizes the TMA credit card services. In accordance with the American with Disabilities Act, please check here if you have any special needs. Deadline for Conference Registration: May 25, 2012 Please return form to: Rebecca Lawson, Meeting Registrar 401 West 15th Street, Austin, Texas Phone: (512) or , ext Fax: Deadline for Conference Cancellation: May 25, 2012 Deadline for Hotel Reservations: May 16, 2012
8 401 West 15th Street Austin, TX presorted first-class mail U.S. Postage PAID Austin, Texas Permit No Attendee Registration Important Dates May 16, 2012 Hotel reservations deadline May 25, 2012 Deadline to cancel You are invited to register for the 2012 Annual Meeting June 7 9, 2012 Barton Creek Hotel, Austin, Texas