PROGRAMMING - SUNSHINE ACT NOT APPLICABLE TO THIS EVENT
The delivery of mental health care is rapidly changing. Evidence suggests the integration of psychiatric care into the physical care setting is imperative in the treatment of those with mental illness. However, many psychiatrists, primary care physicians and other professionals are unsure how best to make this happen.
Join us as we examine cutting-edge research, evidence-based practices, and models on integrated care. Explore the relationship between the mind and body, furthering your knowledge on the significant interplay between physical and psychiatric illness. Learn about the business of integrated care from national experts including: Dr. John S. Kern (Indiana), Dr. Lori Raney (Colorado), Dr. Paul Summergrad (American Psychiatric Association President-elect), and newly appointed American Psychiatric Association CEO and Medical Director, Dr. Saul Levin, among others.
Changes for 2014 include: additional presentation Friday afternoon beginning at 1:30 pm, exhibit hall and catering moved to West Baden Atrium, and two simulataneous tracks of programming on Saturday. To view the complete schedule, click here to see the conference brochure.
Speakers will present a balanced program of lectures and case scenarios to improve your understanding of these issues. Join us!
Three easy ways to register:
- Online: Click here – credit card payment only
- Fax: Complete form with credit card information and fax to 888.477.9119
- Mail: Complete form, make check payable to IPS and mail to: Indiana Psychiatric Society, PO Box 30413, Indpls, IN 46230
Click here to see fees
Registration discounts and details:
- Registration fee includes CME/CE credits, online access to syllabus, PRMS Welcome Reception Friday evening (registrant only), continental breakfast Saturday & Sunday mornings, and Saturday luncheon.
- To receive the early bird rate, registration and payment must be received no later than January 10, 2014.
- To receive the regular rate, registration and payment must be received no later than February 28, 2014.
- Registrations received after February 28, 2014 will be subject to full price.
- Onsite registrations will incur a $25 charge above the highest rate if space is available.
- CANCELLATIONS: A 50% refund will be made on registration only if cancellation notification is made in writing and received by event staff by 03/14/14. No refunds or credits after 03/14/14.
French Lick, the Midwest’s premier resort and casino destination, offers two luxury hotels, a 24 hour casino, three golf courses, 15 dining venues, and multiple recreation options on 3,000 acres of history and natural beauty.
The West Baden Springs Hotel
West Baden Springs Hotel is an extraordinary experience. You will be captivated once you step foot inside this National Historic Landmark built in 1902. With its unique domed atrium spanning 200 feet, it has been called the "8th Wonder of the World." Rooms rise around the dome and balconies provide a panoramic view of the atrium. The West Baden Springs Hotel features:
- 243 luxury guest rooms and suites
- Natatorium housing indoor lap pool, spa, salon, and complimentary fitness center
- Championship-level golf courses
- Casual and fine dining options
- Exquisite retail shops
- Complimentary parking and valet service (fee)
- Complimentary high-speed wired and wireless internet
- Complimentary shuttle service to French Lick Springs Hotel & Casino, The Riding Stables, and golf courses
Discounted guest room reservations:
Discounts are available to conference participants staying at the conference hotel. It is the responsibility of the guest to make and pay for their reservation. Rates are available until March 18 or the room block is full. Be advised: this hotel has sold out the past three years and rooms will not be available at French Lick. We encourage you to make your reservation early. Listed rates do not include applicable taxes.
$169.00 Thursday evening, April 10
$199.00/night on Friday and Saturday evenings, April 11 & 12
Single/double balcony room:
$229.00 Thursday evening, April 10
$249.00/night on Friday and Saturday evenings, April 11 & 12
To make your reservation:
- Phone 888.936.9360 and use the group code “0414TRI”
- Online, click here. If link fails, use www.frenchlick.com, select "reservations" and use group code "0414TRI"
Current situation: The delivery of mental health care is a rapidly changing landscape with the integration of psychiatric care into the physical care setting. Many psychiatrists and primary care physicians are unsure how to integrate their practices in an effort to provide quality, efficient service to their patients. Physicians need to explore existing models and gather tools for successful integration.
Proposed changes: It is hoped that as a result of participating in this program, physicians will have an improved understanding of the importance of coordinated care, they will understand proper coding for services, and they will have improved collaboration with medical peers thereby improving patient care and quality of life.
ACCREDITATION AND DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS
Accreditation Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of American Psychiatric Association (APA), the Indiana Psychiatric Society (IPS), and The Kentucky Psychiatric Medical Association (KPMA). The APA is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation Statement: The APA designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.0 PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Disclosure Statement: It is the policy of the APA to comply with the ACCME Standards for commercial support of CME. Planning committee members and related staff disclosures must be on file annually with disclosures made available on program materials. Faculty participating in sponsored or jointly sponsored programs by APA are required to disclose to the program audience any real or apparent financial relationships with commercial interests related to the content of their presentation. Faculty are also responsible for disclosing any discussion of off-label or investigational use of a product.