Four New Dinner Seminars
Join your friends and colleagues! You are invited to savor San Diego’s award-winning restaurants for an inspiring dining experience. Connect with leading neurosurgical experts on a range of clinical and neuroscience topics—and earn CME.
DIN01: Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy
Saturday, September 24
Moderators: Michael G. Fehlings, Robert F. Heary
Speakers: Paul M. Arnold, Andrew T. Dailey, Langston T. Holly
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Discuss etiology and natural history of cervical spondylosis, define cervical myelopathy, and review advantages of various surgical approaches to treat CSM. Eddie V’s Elegant, fine-dining with a charismatic vibe.
DIN02: New CPT Codes, ICD-10, MIPS, and Bundling: What These Challenges Mean to Your Bottom Line
Monday, September 26
Moderators: John K. Ratliff, Henry H. Woo
Speakers: Clemens M. Schirmer, Philip W. Tally, Luis M. Tumialan
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Discuss the impact and identify the resources for ICD-10 implementation, analyze the cost and apply these lessons to the implementation of ICD-10 in their own practices BiCE Innovative Italian cuisine offers complex flavor combinations.
DIN03: Management of Meningiomas (Asymptomatic to Atypical)
Monday, September 26
Moderators: Randy L. Jensen
Speakers: Ossama Al-Mefty, William T. Curry, Laligam N. Sekhar, Jason P. Sheehan
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Identify risk factors for meningioma progression, describe management in the setting of gross total and subtotal meningioma resection, apply existing evidence for adjuvant radiation and chemotherapy for meningiomas, and apply these data to counseling patients with asymptomatic or atypical meningiomas. Salvatore’s Cucina Italiana Refined, authentic Italian dining in a warm atmosphere.
DIN04: Concussion: Diagnosis, Management, and Outcomes
Tuesday, September 27
Moderators: Shelly D. Timmons
Speakers: Tanvvir Choudhri, James M. Johnston, Krystal L. Tomei, Jamie S. Ullman, Alex B. Valadka
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: Recognize signs and symptoms of concussion, manage progressive return to play, identify risks factors for repeated concussion, describe outcomes after concussion, and use these data to inform counseling of patients suffering from concussion.
Visit cns.org/2016 to join the 2016 CNS Annual Meeting and register for your seat at the table.
Fee: $190 — Complimentary shuttle service will be provided for all dinner seminars. Shuttles will depart from the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina Hotel.