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2022 Summer CME Seminar "Sizzlin' Summer: Beat the Heat with the Best CME" - Friday Lectures

Total Credits: 3.25 including 3.25 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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OOA - Oklahoma
Stacia Shipman, DO, FACOEP |  G. Tyler Jones, DO |  Steffen Carey, DO |  Ryan T. Morgan, DO, FACOI
3 Hours 14 Minutes
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“Frequent Flyers: Stellar Strategies for Hospital Super-Utilizers”
Stacia Shipman, DO, FACOEP
(certified emergency medicine, Oklahoma City, OK)
• Identify Emergency Department (ED) super-utilizers
• Discuss the methods employed to create a Community Coordination Care Team (CCCT)
• Explain the strategies to decrease ED visits and subsequent hospitalizations among ED super-utilizers
“Hospital at Home: An Introduction”
G. Tyler Jones, DO
(certified internal medicine, Oklahoma City, OK)
• Discuss the benefits of a virtual hospital program.
• Explain the process of building a successful program.
• Outline the model for home hospital services.
• Detail the patient acquisition process for acquiring patients into the program.
“Hypertension Guidelines & Pediatric Pearls”
Steffen E. Carey, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
• Understand Guidelines for diagnosing hypertension
• Understand first line treatments for essential hypertension
• Learn how ASCVD risk scores aid hypertension treatment
• Know characteristics of primary vs secondary hypertension
• Be able to screen and begin initial workup of pediatric hypertension
“Random Diagnoses Your Patients Want You to Know”
Ryan T. Morgan, DO, FACOI, FOMA
(certified internal & obesity medicine, Oklahoma City, OK)
• Review pathophysiology & treatment of lipedema
• Review pathophysiology of genetic obesity
• Review pathophysiology & treatment of lp(a) elevation
• Summarize why these diagnoses are important for patients
Program Attendee Notice
Thank you for your continued support of our continuing medical education (CME) offerings. Please feel free to contact our staff representatives to resolve any problems you may have regarding facilities, handouts, program contents, etc. Should you have concerns about the program’s compliance with the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) Uniform Guidelines, please express these concerns to Audrey K. Hendricks, Director of CME Programs, Oklahoma Osteopathic Association. For any unresolved issues regarding compliance with the AOA Uniform Guidelines, you may contact the AOA Division of CME at 142 E. Ontario Street, Chicago, IL 60611, 800-621-1773.

How Speakers and Topics Are Selected
The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s Bureau on Continuing Medical Education meets twice annually to choose seminar chairs, topics of interest, and the best presenters available to speak on each chosen topic. In addition, past program evaluations are used in determining speakers and topics from past conferences.

Grievance Policy
Program grievances will be presented to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association Board of Trustees and dealt with appropriately. If this action did not resolve the problem to satisfaction, the person with the grievance will be directed to the American Osteopathic Association’s Division of Continuing Medical Education.



Stacia Shipman, DO, FACOEP Related seminars and products

Stacia Shipman, DO, FACOEP, was born in Wichita, Kansas and is a graduate of the University of Kansas.  She obtained her doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa and completed her emergency medicine residency training at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City, where she is currently an attending physician. 

In addition to her emergency medicine practice, she is a Core Faculty member, teaching and training emergency residents at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center.  She also serves as Research Director for all INTEGRIS Health Residency Programs.  She resides in Edmond, Oklahoma with her husband, who is also an emergency medicine physician and their 3 children.  

(Dr. Shipman has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose)

G. Tyler Jones, DO Related seminars and products

G. Tyler Jones, DO, is a graduate of Graceland University in Lamoni, IA. He received his doctor of osteopathic medicine degree from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa Oklahoma. He completed residency in internal medicine at Oklahoma State University Medical Center in

Tulsa. After residency, he began work as a hospitalist with Integris Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City. During his time with Integris, he has been the medical education lead, coordinating medical student and resident rotations for throughout the year. He has a passion for education and is known for never rounding without his team.

In addition to his hospitalist practice, he has been involved in building the Hospital at Home program at Integris Health. As the medical director for patient acquisition, Dr. Jones has been integral for the success of this program.

Board certified in internal medicine, Dr. Jones currently lives in Edmond, OK with his wife and 2 daughters and enjoys life as a girl dad and college football fan.

(Dr. Jones is the Medical Director of Patient Acquisition for INTEGRIS Health at Home)

Steffen Carey, DO Related seminars and products

Steffen E. Carey, DO, is born and raised in El Reno, OK. He completed associates degree at Redlands community college then Undergrad at OSU in Stillwater with a degree in Human Development and Family Sciences. Completed Medical school at OSU-CHS and Residency at OSU FM in Tulsa, OK. I practiced at a critical access hospital in Prague, OK for 2 years and since 2016 I am faculty at OSU FM. I am currently Associate Program Director as well as Vice Chair of the family medicine residency. I have 2 young girls and we enjoy traveling and spending time with them.

(Dr. Carey has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose)

Ryan T. Morgan, DO, FACOI Related seminars and products

Ryan Morgan, DO, FACOI, is co-founder of Vitalis Metabolic Health, where he provides evidence-based and individually tailored lipidology and obesity treatment.  Prior to Vitalis, he worked as a hospitalist for 6 years at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City. Dr Morgan received his Doctor of Osteopathy at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Oklahoma State University Medical Center. He is board certified in Internal Medicine by the AOBIM, a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology, a diplomate of American Board of Obesity Medicine, and Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM). Dr. Morgan is actively involved in several clinical trials and is an active member of the Oklahoma County Medical Society and the Obesity Medicine Association.

(Dr. Shipman is affiliated with the Speakers' Bureau for Rythym Pharmaceuticals)