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2023 Winter CME Seminar "Time to Catch Up" - Friday Lectures

Total Credits: 2.75 including 2.75 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s)

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OOA - Oklahoma
Steffen Carey, DO |  Ashton Clayborn, DO |  Amanda Carey, DO |  Stephen Miller, CHCIO
2 Hours 48 Minutes
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Needs Assessment: Much of physician focus over the last two years has been on rapidly learning as much as we can about COVID-19. We have focused on revolutionizing our practices to safely care for patients during a pandemic and safely prevent and treat COVID-19 and its complications while continuing our patients' primary care amongst these challenges. We have battled misinformation while gaining new pandemic-specific information at a record pace. Two years later, it is time to catch up on primary care medical education that may have fallen to the wayside during the pandemic. We are experiencing life in person again. We can now refocus our attention on primary care medicine outside the pandemic.
Program Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will be able to understand and apply new and updated primary care guidelines published in recent the last two years. They will also be able to review and discuss exigent disease processes, treatment modalities, and patient care measures.

Daniel Ostmo, DO
(certified internal medicine, Tulsa, OK)
• Primer on emerging disease
• recognizing clinical syndrome and treatment options

“Down Syndrome Updates”
Stephen E. Carey, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
Amanda Carey, DO
(certified family medicine, Tulsa, OK)
• Genetics subtypes of Down syndrome
• Prenatal Guidance
• Overview of medical comorbidities
• Health Supervision through early adulthood

“Please Don't Confuse Your Google Search with My Medical Degree: Scientific Evidence on Common Vaccine Misconceptions”
Ashton Clayborn, DO
(certified family medicine, Talihina, OK)
• Recognize common vaccine misconceptions encountered online or through social media.
• Provide scientific evidence to equip patients and their families to make informed decisions on vaccination

“Improving Care Coordination, Delivery, & Quality Utilizing the Health Information Exchange”
Stephen W. Miller, CHCIO
(Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Oklahoma City, OK)
• Identify the expectation of providers defined within SB 1369 Legislation for HIE participation.
• Recognize the clinical impact of care fragmentation.
• Understand current HIE Coverage and Capabilities
• Outline the benefits of reviewing HIE data prior to treatment.
• Describe the steps necessary to participate in the HIE.


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.

The OOA is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association to provide osteopathic continuing medical education for physicians.

For any questions, comments, or concerns for the CME content, please contact Audrey Hendricks, OOA Director of CME Programs, at



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)

Ashton Clayborn, DO Related seminars and products

Ashton Clayborn, DO, is the program director of Choctaw Nation Family Medicine Residency in Talihina, Oklahoma. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her family medicine residency training at Choctaw Nation. She is passionate about teaching, preventive medicine and care for all ages, advocacy and community involvement. Dr. Clayborn lives in Kinta, Oklahoma with her husband and four children who enjoy raising cattle on their small farm, spending time on Eufaula lake, and traveling around for various sporting events.

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

Amanda Carey, DO Related seminars and products

Amanda Carey, DO, grew up in Cushing, OK and completed her bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, OK. She then attended and graduated from the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine where she for her Family Medicine Residency. After residency, Dr. Carey accepted a faculty position within the Family Medicine Department at OSU. Dr. Carey is currently the Program Director for the OMECO/OSU Family Medicine Residency and the President for Oklahoma ACOFP.

Outside of medicine, Dr. Carey enjoy spending time with her husband and two beautiful daughters, having dinner on a nice patio with lots of sunshine, eating any of the delicious things her husband cooks, and watching documentaries. 

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

Stephen Miller, CHCIO Related seminars and products

Stephen W. Miller, CHCIO, is the Career Healthcare CIO with extensive experience in executive/client relationships, Information Management, Health Information Exchanges, and IT governance & operations.

Mr. Miller has held the positions of Chief Information Officer at Baptist Health, Alabama, and Oklahoma Heart Hospital locally, as well as held senior IT positions is Chesapeake Energy, Kerr-McGee and Cerner Corporation.

Mr. Miller has been involved in the start-up, operations, and governance of multiple HIE’s both here in Oklahoma as well as in Alabama. Steve holds degrees from Oklahoma State and Southern Nazarene Universities, as well as carries the designation as a certified Chief Information Officer (CHCIO) from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME). 

(Mr. Miller has no conflicts or affiliations to disclose)