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  • Day 1
    April 1, 2019 - April 2, 2019
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Day 2
    April 2, 2019
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront
333 1st Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

NADDI Conference Room Rate
$121.00 single/double

Reservations can be made by calling 1-800-445-8667
The cut-off date to reserve your room and receive the special room rate is March 6, 2019
Booking Link: http://group.hilton.com/NADDI-2019

*All sponsors and exhibitors must be pre-approved by NADDI before registering for the 2019 Summit 

*Sponsors and Exhibitors are invited to a Welcome reception on Sunday, March 31st 6-7:30 pm

For additional information about sponsorship and exhibiting at the 2019 Summit, please contact Charlie Cichon at ccichon@naddi.org

The Summit has been approved for 10 ACPE and UAN credit hours (CEUs).

2019 Healthcare Facility Diversion Summit agenda

Sunday, March 31st 
Welcome Reception – 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Hosted by Johns’ Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Sponsored by KITCHECK
The Library Restaurant
https://thelibrarystpete.com/

Monday, April 1st

7:30 am Registration and Coffee Service

Vendor tables are open throughout Day 1

8:30 am – Welcoming Remarks

9:00 am – Diversion of Pharmaceutical Controlled Substances- National Diversion Trends
This presentation will allow participants a brief background of the prescription opioid epidemic and DEA’s response.  The veteran DEA instructors will provide information on recent trends in DEA’s diversion-related enforcement activities.
Susannah Herkert
Unit Chief – Diversion Specialized
Office of Training
Drug Enforcement Administration

ASAC William J.C. Matthews
Criminal – Diversion, Intelligence & Recovery Training Section (TRC)
DEA Office of Training

10:00 am – Break – Exhibitors

10:30 am – Diversion Case Study
This presentation will provide an overview of an actual criminal diversion case.  This case study will cover case initiation, enforcement efforts, and the ultimate federal prosecution of a pharmacist involved in the diversion of controlled substances.
Susannah Herkert
Unit Chief – Diversion Specialized
Office of Training
Drug Enforcement Administration

ASAC William J.C. Matthews
Criminal – Diversion, Intelligence & Recovery Training Section (TRC)
DEA Office of Training

11:30 am – Networking luncheon provided

12:30 pm –
Drug Monitoring & Diversion Prevention in Healthcare
Establishing a standardized drug diversion program across a multi-entity health system with optimal effectiveness and efficiency.
Eric S. Bour, MD, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Piedmont Newton Hospital (GA)

1:30 pm – Break Exhibitors

2:00 pm – Panel Discussion – Hospital Security Directors discuss their hospitals approach to the opioid epidemic and diversion; internal and external partnerships

Rodney Benson, MS CPP, VP DEA Compliance and Drug Diversion Prevention
Med Star Health (MD)

Daman Toth, MPP Director, Security Administration
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

Robert “Mickey” Watson, Chief of Public Safety/Director Emergency Management
Sarasota County Public Hospital District

Moderator – Charlie Cichon, NADDI Executive Director

3:00 pm – Break Exhibitors

3:30pm – Healthcare Diversion Analytics
Unlock location information and intelligence from our inter-active online map. Quickly access and visualize online searches for healthcare diversion information.

 4:30 pm Closing Remarks

8:00 am Coffee Service – Exhibits open

8:30 am – When Your Own Family’s Story Makes Headlines: The Personal Side of a Healthcare Diversion Announcement
Michelle Sybesma, Director Client Success at Diagnotes 

9:30 am – Break Exhibitors 

10:30 am – Healthcare Facility Diversion: Stealing Medications from those Most Vulnerable
Alan McGill, Senior Supervisory Special Agent, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Office of Public Engagement

11:30 am – Networking luncheon provided

12:30 pm – Conducting a Successful Admission Seeking Interview
William Losefsky, MBA, CHPA, Chief of Security Services, LRG Healthcare (NH), IAHSS New Hampshire Chapter President

1:30 pm – Break – Exhibitors open and will be closing after the Break

2:00 pm – Developing and Motivating Your Diversion Team- A Roadmap To Success

Melissa Culbreth, MSSW, LMSW
Director, Medication Compliance HCA | Clinical Services Group
NADDI National Executive Board Member

John Cicero RPh, MBA
Director, Pharmacy Services insight Advisory- Supply Chain, HealthTrust

3:00 pm – Break  

3:30 pm – Healthcare Facility Diversion Case Study
How a large healthcare facility reacted to both an employee overdose situation via diverted medications and the DEA investigation that followed.

Len Lewis, Corporate Compliance Controlled Substance Manager
MichiganMedicine/University of Michigan Health System 

4:30 pm – Closing Remarks

 

Summit Speakers

Eric S. Bour, MD, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, Piedmont Newton Hospital (GA)

ASAC William J.C. Matthews
Criminal – Diversion, Intelligence & Recovery Training Section (TRC)
DEA Office of Training

Special Agent Susannah Herker, DEA

Rodney Benson, MS CPP, VP DEA Compliance and Drug Diversion Prevention
Med Star Health (MD)

Daman Toth, MPP Director, Security Administration
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

Robert “Mickey” Watson, Chief of Public Safety/Director of Emergency Management
Sarasota County Public Hospital District

Michelle Sybesma, Director Client Success at Diagnotes

Alan McGill, Senior Supervisory Special Agent, Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Office of Public Engagement

William Losefsky, MBA, CHPA, Chief of Security Services, LRG Healthcare (NH)

Melissa Culbreth, MSSW, LMSW
Director, Medication Compliance
HCA | Clinical Services Group

John Cicero RPh, MBA
Director, Pharmacy Services insight Advisory- Supply Chain, HealthTrust

Len Lewis, Corporate Compliance Controlled Substance Manager
MichiganMedicine/University of Michigan Health System

Don’t Forget!

Make sure you make your room reservations before the cut-off date to obtain NADDI pricing.

Refund Policy

All registrations are subject to NADDI’s Registration Deadline and Refund Policy.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (727) 894-5000

Venue Website:

Address:
333 1st St S, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33701, United States

Description:

This contemporary Downtown hotel is an 8-minute walk from the Dali Museum and a 10-minute walk from the Mahaffey Theater.

All rooms offer sophisticated decor and custom-designed beds, plus 42-inch flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Suites add separate living areas.

Dining options include a modern bistro restaurant, a Salvador Dali-inspired cocktail bar and a coffee shop. Other amenities include a fitness center and a tropical-themed outdoor pool, plus a business center and 30,000 sq ft of meeting space.

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