Presented by the Division of Hospital Medicine Department of Medicine University of California, San Francisco25th ANNUALMANAGEMENT OF THEHOSPITALIZED PATIENTHyatt Regency San Francisco San Francisco, CAThursday - SaturdayOctober 21-23, 2021Praise from past attendees “The best conference ever!By far!!!”COURSE CHAIRRobert M. Wachter, MDProfessor and Chair, Department of MedicineUniversity of California, San Francisco2021The course that started it all returns for its 25th year!This course serves as the West Coast Regional Meeting ofthe Society of Hospital Medicine.

25th ANNUALMANAGEMENT OF THEHOSPITALIZED PATIENTOctober 21-23, 2021This course, chaired by Dr. Robert Wachter,covers the clinical issues most relevant tohospitalists and other clinicians who care forinpatients. Taught by UCSF’s top teachersand selected guest faculty, the course – nowin its 25th year – highlights recent advancesand current controversies. To promote activelearning, the course uses a mobile audienceresponse system and features multipleworkshops in a variety of disciplines to allowfor small group discussions. The course willbe offered both in-person and virtually.The course includes broad content in criticalcare, perioperative care, patient safety,hospital neurology, cardiology, GI,hematology, oncology, nephrology, andinfectious diseases (including Covid).This course is presented by the UCSFDivision of Hospital Medicine and issponsored by the Office of ContinuingMedical Education, University of California,San Francisco School of Medicine. It alsoserves as the West Coast regional meetingof the Society of Hospital Medicine.OBJECTIVESAn attendee completing the Managementof the Hospitalized Patient course shouldbe able to: Improve diagnosis of commoninpatient clinical presentations; Perform an evidence-based work-upfor common inpatient clinicalpresentations; Apply modern therapeutic approachesto common inpatient disorders; More effectively respond to patients’questions in hospital medicine usingthe latest clinical literature.ACCREDITATIONThe University of California, San FranciscoSchool of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by theAccreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.UCSF designates this live activity for a maximumof 18.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.Physicians should claim only the creditcommensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.This CME activity meets the requirements underCalifornia Assembly Bill 1195, continuingeducation and cultural and linguisticcompetency.Geriatric Medicine: The approved credits shownabove include 4.75 Geriatric Credits towardmeeting the requirement under CaliforniaAssembly Bill 1820, Geriatric Medicine.Pain Medicine: The approved credits shownabove include 0.75 Pain Credits towards meetingthe requirement under California Assembly Bill487, Pain Management and Care for theTerminally Ill.ABIM Maintenance of Certification Points:Successful completion of this CME activity,which includes participation in the evaluationcomponent, enables the participant to earnup to 18.50 MOC points in the American Boardof Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance ofCertification (MOC) program. Participants willearn MOC points equivalent to the amount ofCME credits claimed for the activity. It is the CMEactivity provider’s responsibility to submitparticipant completion information to ACCME forthe purpose of granting ABIM MOC credit.Family Physicians: Application for CME credithas been filed with the American Academy ofFamily Physicians. Determination of creditis pending.Nurses: For the purpose of recertification,the American Nurses Credentialing Centeraccepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM issuedby organizations accredited by the ACCME.Pharmacotherapeutics CEUs for Nurses:For the purposes of recertification theAmerican Nurses Credentialing Centeraccepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM issuedby organizations accredited by the ACCME. Thisactivity is designated for a maximum of 6.25pharmacotherapeutic credits towards meetingthe requirement for nursing pharmacologycontinuing education. Nurses should claim0.1 CEUs for each contact hour of participationin designated pharmacotherapeutic continuingeducation.Pharmacists: The California Board of Pharmacyaccepts as continuing professional educationthose courses that meet the standard ofrelevance to pharmacy practice and have beenapproved for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.Physician Assistants: AAPA accepts category 1credit from AOACCME, prescribed credit fromAAFP, and AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM fromorganizations accredited by the ACCME.

25th ANNUALMANAGEMENT OF THE HOSPITALIZEDTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 20217:00 am8:008:10RxRegistration and Continental BreakfastWelcome and OverviewDiagnosis and Management of VTE in the HospitalizedPatient9:00Update on Clinical Manifestations and InpatientManagement of COVID-199:50Break10:15 GRx Managing Anticoagulation in the Hospitalized Patient11:10 GRx Update in Diagnosis and Management of Stroke12:00 pmLunch Break1:30SMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS: SESSION I1The Neurological Exam2Tough Cases in the Hospitalized Patient withLiver Disease3Thromboembolism Q&A: Cases and Controversies2:503:154:105:00 pm4Tough Cases in Inpatient Pulmonary Medicine5Common Hospital Consults in Infectious Disease6Caring for the Hospitalized Patient with Addictions7Meet the ProfessorBreakICU Management Pearls for the HospitalistSetting Up a Successful Hospital at Home ProgramAdjournRobert M. Wachter, MDTracy Minichiello, MDJennifer Babik, MD, PhDTracy Minichiello, MDS. Andrew Josephson, MDS. Andrew Josephson, MDDanielle Brandman, MD, MASTracy Minichiello, MDErika Price, MD, MPHLekshmi Santhosh, MDJennifer Babik, MD, PhDMarlene Martin, MDRobert M. Wachter, MDLekshmi Santhosh, MDLinda DeCherrie, MDFRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 20217:00 am8:009:009:5510:2011:1512:10 pm12:40Continental BreakfastClinical Problem-Solving ExerciseCOVID-19: Update on Vaccines and VariantsBreakCurrent Controversies in Medical ConsultationAdvances in Interventional EndoscopyLunch BreakSMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS: SESSION II8The Neurological Exam (repeat)9Radiology Refresher: Chest Imaging10 Fundamentals of Preoperative Evaluation11 Interesting Cases in Hospital Rheumatology12 Bedside Ultrasound for Diagnosis132:002:103:303:504:405:30 pmThe Art of Diagnostic Reasoning:An Interactive CaseSession Break- Transition to Next WorkshopSMALL GROUP WORKSHOPS: SESSION III14 The Neurological Exam (repeat #2)15 Radiology Refresher: Chest Imaging (repeat)16 Thromboembolism Q&A: Cases and Controversies(repeat)17 Tough Cases in Medical Consultation18 Bedside Ultrasound for Diagnosis (repeat)19 Management of COVID-19 Patients in the ICU20 Diagnosis and Management of Acute Kidney InjuryBreakThe State of the COVID-19 PandemicCardiology Pearls for the HospitalistAdjournGurpreet Dhaliwal, MDMonica Gandhi, MD, MPHH. Quinny Cheng, MDCraig Munroe, MDVanja Douglas, MDBrett M. Elicker, MDH. Quinny Cheng, MDSarah Goglin, MDStephanie Conner, MDTrevor Jensen, MD, MSGurpreet Dhaliwal, MDVanja Douglas, MDBrett M. Elicker, MDTracy Minichiello, MDErika Price, MD, MPHH. Quinny Cheng, MDStephanie Conner, MDTrevor Jensen, MD, MSAntonio Gomez, MDLowell Lo, MDGeorge Rutherford, MDKrishan Soni, MD

PATIENT Hyatt Regency San FranciscoSATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 20217:00 am8:008:509:45G10:3010:5011:35Continental BreakfastHow Has the Pandemic Changed Healthcare?Neurological EmergenciesKey Arrhythmia Topics for HospitalistsBreakOncologic Emergencies in Hospital MedicineThe Year in Review in Hospital Medicine12:20 pmAdjournG Geriatric CreditP Pain CreditRobert M. Wachter, MDS. Andrew Josephson, MDGregory C. Marcus, MDSam Brondfield, MDBradley A. Sharpe, MDBradley Monash, MDRx Meets Requirements for Pharmacotherapeutics CEUsfor NPs/NursesprogramCOURSE CHAIRCOURSE FACULTY (CONT’D)COURSE FACULTY (CONT’D)Robert M. Wachter, MDProfessor and ChairDepartment of MedicineUniversity of California,San FranciscoGurpreet Dhaliwal, MDProfessor of Medicine, MedicineClerkship Site Director, SanFrancisco VA Health Care SystemVanja Douglas, MDAssociate Professor of Neurology;Sara & Evan Williams FoundationEndowed Neurohospitalist ChairBrett M. Elicker, MDProfessor of Radiology &Biomedical Imaging; Chief,Cardiac & Pulmonary ImagingMonica Gandhi, MD, MPHProfessor of Medicine; AssociateDivision Chief, Division of HIV,Infectious Diseases, and GlobalMedicine, UCSF/San FranciscoGeneral Hospital; Director of theUCSF Center for AIDS Research;Medical Director, HIV Clinic at SFGHSarah Goglin, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of RheumatologyAntonio Gomez, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine,Division of Pulmonary and CriticalCareTrevor Jensen, MD, MSAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of Hospital MedicineS. Andrew Josephson, MDCarmen Castro Franceschi andGladyne K. Mitchell NeurohospitalistDistinguished Professor and Chair,Department of NeurologyLowell Lo, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of NephrologyGregory M. Marcus, MDProfessor of Medicine,Division of CardiologyMarlene Martin, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine,Division of Hospital MedicineTracy Minichiello, MDProfessor of Medicine;Chief, Anticoagulationand Thrombosis Service,San Francisco VA Health CareSystemBradley Monash, MDAssociate Professor of Medicineand of Pediatrics, Division ofHospital MedicineChief of Medicine ServiceCraig Munroe, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine,Division of GastroenterologyAssociate Chief for ClinicalInnovationErika Price, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of Medicine,Division of Hospital MedicineGeorge Rutherford, III, MDProfessor of Epidemiology &Biostatistics; Director, Preventionand Public HealthLekshmi Santhosh, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of Pulmonary andCritical CareBradley A. Sharpe, MDProfessor of Medicine; Chief,Division of Hospital MedicineKrishan Soni, MD, MBAAssistant Professor, Divisionof CardiologyVISITING FACULTYLinda DeCherrie, MDProfessor of Geriatrics and PalliativeMedicine; Associate Professor ofMedicine, General Internal Medicine,Icahn School of Medicine at MountSinai, New York, NYCOURSE FACULTY(University of California,San Francisco, School of Medicine)Jennifer Babik, MD, PhDAssociate Professor of Medicine,Division of Infectious Diseases;Associate Program Director, InternalMedicine ResidencyDanielle Brandman, MD, MASAssociate Professor of ClinicalMedicine; Program Director,Transplant Hepatology Fellowship,Division of Gastroenterology/LiverTransplantSam Brondfield, MD, MAAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of Hematology/OncologyH. Quinny Cheng, MDProfessor of Medicine; MedicalDirector, Medicine ConsultationService and NeurosurgeryCo-Management ServiceStephanie Conner, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine,Division of Hospital Medicinefaculty

Advances in COVID-19 - Update for CliniciansMonday, November 16, 2021Advances in Heart DiseaseFriday-Sunday, December 4-6, 2021Controversies in Women’s HealthThursday-Friday, December 10-11, 2021UPCOMING COURSESUCSF Office of CMEBox 0742490 Illinois St, Floor 8San Francisco, CA94143Please check our website for up-to-date information on the course:managementhospitalizedpatient.ucsf.eduFor more information or to register online visitmanagementhospitalizedpatient.ucsf.eduYou may also reach us by calling the Office of CMEat (415) 476-4251 or emailing [email protected] Printed on Recycled PaperREGISTER ONLINE! managementhospitalizedpatient.ucsf.eduREGISTRATION Register online on Information: (415) 476-5808Course Information: (415) 476-4251Management of the Hospitalized PatientOctober 21- 23, 2021Hyatt Regency EmbarcaderoRegistration Limited! This will be a hybridconference; we encourage on-site attendancebut cannot exclude the possibility of maskingrequirements or limits on attendance. Because of this,we encourage early registration to ensure an on-siteslot. We will also have a virtual option for those whoprefer to attend the conference that way. While manyof the workshops will be available virtually, a smallnumber may not be.CONFERENCE LOCATION The Management of theHospitalized Patient course will be held in SanFrancisco at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero, theonly Four-Diamond downtown San Francisco hotelsituated near the Embarcadero waterfront. Guests willenjoy immediate access to both the Financial Districtand the city's most famous attractions. You'll find thehistoric Ferry Building on one side of this expansivehotel, the ferry to Alcatraz and the Bay on the other,and stunning views all around. With so many options,you may choose to wander through Chinatown toFisherman's Wharf, shop in Union Square or boardthe cable cars for a riding tour of the city. A block ofguestrooms has been reserved at the Hyatt RegencyEmbarcadero at the group rate of 289/night.You are urged to make your reservations early.The cutoff date is September 27, 2021. After thisdate, rooms will be provided on a space availablebasis only.If you phone in your reservation, you must identifyyourself as a member of this course to receive thespecial rate.RESERVATIONSHyatt Regency Embarcadero5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA 94111(415) 788-1234 or Toll Free at (888) 421-1442Reservation information may be found onlineunder the TRAVEL AND LODGING section D TRANSPORTATION UCSF hasnegotiated special fares with United Airlines.Please visit the TRAVEL AND LODGINGsection on the course webpage atmanagementhospitalizedpatient.ucsf.edufor more information and the proper discount code.The Hyatt Regency Embarcadero is convenientlylocated next to the Embarcadero Center BARTStation. You may travel directly to the EmbarcaderoCenter BART Station from both the San FranciscoInternational Airport and Oakland InternationalAirport. For more information, please visit the websiteat Valet parking at the Hyatt RegencyEmbarcadero for overnight guests is 70.68 per dayand subject to change without notice.REFUND POLICY Cancellations received in writingby October 20, 2021 will be refunded, less a 100administrative fee. No refunds will be made oncancellations after that day. The conference reservesthe right to decrease on-site attendance based onlocal and regional policies related to COVID-19. Thiswill be done on a first-come, first-served basis andthose unable to attend will be offered the virtualoption, with the appropriate refund if they choosenot to attend.SHM MEMBERSHIP There is a discounted ratefor SHM members. To become a member, go and click on “Join.”

COURSE REGISTRATION FORM managementhospitalizedpatient.ucsf.edu25th Annual Management of the Hospitalized Patient MDM22P01October 21- 23, 2021 Hyatt Regency San Francisco, CAMail to : UCSF Office of CME490 Illinois Street, Floor 8Box 0742, San Francisco, CA94143-0742Online uRegistration Information: (415) 476-5808Course Information: (415) 476-4251æ Dr. æ Ms. æ Mr. æ Mrs. æ Mx.LAST TIME PHONEFAXEMAILAddress Label Code (see address label: example, A, B, C, D, etc.)Would you like to be on our priority email list? Yes NoPlease indicate if you have any special needs:REGISTRATION FEESUCSF Management of the Hospitalized PatientOctober 21-23, 2021 MDM22P01 850 Physicians (in person) 750 Physicians (virtual) 650 Advanced Health Professionals (in-person) 550 Advanced Health Practitioners (virtual)Early registrationis encouragedSHM members receive a 50 discount off of all published rates. Please check the box below and enteryour membership number SHM Member- 50 offMembership #Make checks payable to UC Regents.Please charge my credit card: Visa MasterCard AmEx for /Credit Card NumberExpiration Date Name on Card (Please Print)Authorized SignatureRefund Policy: Cancellations received in writing by October 20, 2021 will be refunded, less a 100administrative fee. No refunds will be made on cancellations after that day. The conference reserves theright to decrease on-site attendance based on local and regional policies related to COVID-19. This will bedone on a first-come, first-served basis and those unable to attend will be offered the virtual option, withthe appropriate refund if they choose not to attend.Please check our website for up-to-date information on the

The University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine (UCSF) is accredited by the . only Four-Diamond downtown San Francisco hotel situated near the Embarcadero waterfront. . hotel, the ferry to Alcatraz and the Bay on the other, and stunning views all around. With so many o