Optional Preconference #1Research Training in Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular Disease8 a.m. — Opening RemarksRobert Levy, MD8:15 a.m. — An Overview of Clinical Research Training in Pediatric CardiologyJane Newburger, MD8:45 a.m. — An Overview of Laboratory and Translational Research Training in Pediatric CardiologyBruce Gelb, MD9:15 a.m. — Pathway to a Successful Basic Science Career in the Field of Pediatric CardiologyH. Scott Baldwin, MD9:45 a.m. — Faculty Panel Discussion: Q & A10:15 a.m. — Break10:30 a.m. — The Key to Success: Grant Applications: The Dos and Don’tsBruce Gelb, MD10:50 a.m. — The Key to Success: Organizing Your Clinical Research GroupJane Newburger, MD11:10 a.m. — The Key to Success: Setting Up Your Own LaboratoryH. Scott Baldwin, MD11:30 a.m. — The Key to Success: Value of Advanced Training and Degree in Master of Science in Clinical EpidemiologyAndrew Glatz, MD, MSCE11:50 a.m. — Faculty Panel Discussion: Q & ANoon — Lunch1 p.m. — Oral Presentations by Selected Research Trainees with Faculty FeedbackRobert Levy, MDEric Graham, MDSara Pasquali, MD, MHSH. Scott Baldwin, MDand Faculty3:15 p.m. — AdjournOptional Preconference #2Challenges and Opportunities in Healthcare Administration for Children with Heart Disease8 a.m. — Innovations in Delivery of Care: Can We Improve Value and Deliver Better Care More Efficiently and at a Lower Cost?Maryanne Kessel, RN, MBA8:30 a.m. — Understanding the Dynamics of a Pediatric Cardiac Service Line Through Use of Dashboards, Scorecards, Metrics and Trend AnalysisMark Schwartz, MBA9 a.m. — Healthcare Costs and the Value EquationEvan Fieldston, MD9:30 a.m. — Measuring Hospital Performance and Costs for Congenital Heart Disease SurgerySara Pasquali, MD, MHS10 a.m. — Faculty Panel: Q & A10:15 a.m. — Break10:30 a.m. — Is There Room for Innovative Care in the Current Business Model of Medicine and Surgery?N. Scott Adzick, MD11 a.m. — Opportunities for Partnership: Venture Capital and Pediatric HealthcareSteve Barsh11:30 a.m. — Faculty Panel: Q & ANoon — Lunch1 p.m. — Benefits and Challenges in Creating a Network of HealthcareArthur Klein, MD1:30 p.m. — What Keeps a Freestanding Children’s Hospital Sustainable: Expanding Footprint through Diversification of ScopeMadeline Bell2 p.m. — Roundtable Discussion: How Best to Deliver High-quality Pediatric Heart Care: Balancing the Business, Clinical and Academic Objectives in a Changing EnvironmentPanel Leaders: Lawrence Barnes, MBA; Maryanne Kessel, RN, MBAPanel Participants: Evan Fieldston, MD; James O’Brien, MD; Daniel Penny, MD, PhD; Arthur Klein, MD; Robert Shaddy, MD; Suzanne A. Worthington3 p.m. — AdjournOptional Preconference #3Imaging for Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular Disease8 a.m. — Approach to the Newborn EchocardiogramMichael Brook, MD8:20 a.m. — Transesophageal Echocardiography in Intraoperative Assessment of Congenital Heart Repair: Benefits and LimitationsMeryl Cohen, MD8:40 a.m. — Role of Echocardiography in the Cardiac Catheterization LaboratoryDavid Goldberg, MD9 a.m. — 3D Echo: Utility, Benefits and Limitations — Where Are We in 2016?Girish Shirali, MBBS9:20 a.m. — Primer on Cardiac MRI: The Basics — How Does It Work? What Can We See? ... and What Is a “Sequence”?Mark Fogel, MD9:50 a.m. — Faculty Panel: Q and A10 a.m. — Break10:15 a.m. — Technological Advances in Acquisition and Transmission: Handheld Echocardiography and Telemedicine for Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular DiseaseCraig Sable, MD10:45 a.m. — Role of Echocardiography in Decision Making for Atrioventricular Valve InsufficiencyLloyd Tani, MD11:05 a.m. — Vascular Imaging and Functional Analysis in ChildrenShobha Natarajan, MD11:25 a.m. — The Concept of Arterial Tortuosity: A Clue to Prognosis in Pediatric Cardiovascular Disease?Shaine Morris, MD, MPH11:45 a.m. — Faculty Panel: Q & ANoon — Lunch1 p.m. — Evaluation of Myocardial Function via Echocardiography: Utility in Clinical Decision Making in Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular DiseaseMark Friedberg, MD1:30 p.m. — Evaluation of Myocardial Function via MRI: Utility in Clinical Decision Making in Pediatric and Congenital Cardiovascular DiseaseMark Fogel, MD2 p.m. — This Condition Is Best Imaged by This Modality ... and ... My Most Interesting Patient: A Roundtable Discussion of Real Case ScenariosMichael Brook, MD; Meryl Cohen, MD; Mark Fogel, MD; Mark Friedberg, MD; Craig Sable, MD; Lloyd Tani, MD3 p.m. — AdjournOptional Preconference #4The Essentials of CHD and Postoperative Management: A Comprehensive Review for Nursing and Front-line Providers7:30 a.m. — Terminology of “Normal” Cardiac AnatomyPaul Weinberg, MD7:45 a.m. — Essentials of the Embryology of the Normal HeartH. Scott Baldwin, MD8 a.m. — Screening, Diagnosis and Preoperative AssessmentsKathryn Dodds, MSN, CRNP-AC8:15 a.m. — Open Heart Surgery: CPB, X Clamp, Circulatory ArrestStephanie Fuller, MD8:30 a.m. — Early Postoperative ManagementRoxanne Kirsch, MD8:45 a.m. — Break: 15 minutes9 a.m. — Echocardiography: Effusions, Function, Obstruction, Regurgitation, Thrombus, and Holes ... in 15 Minutes!David Goldberg, MD9:15 a.m. — What the Chest X-ray Can and Cannot Show YouGeoffrey L. Bird, MD, MSIS9:30 a.m. — How to Decipher Cardiac Catheterization DataMatthew Schwartz, MD9:45 a.m. — Postoperative Arrhythmias: SVT, JET, Heart Block, VTMaully Shah, MBBS10 a.m. — ECMO and Mechanical Support in Children with CHDChitra Ravishankar, MD10:15 a.m. — Sedation and Pain Management after Cardiac SurgeryJoshua Blinder, MD10:30 a.m. — Break: 10 minutes10:40 a.m. — Ventricular Septal DefectAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: William M. DeCampli, MD, PhDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Patricia Sieffert, MSN, ARNP11 a.m. — Complete Common Atrioventricular Canal DefectAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: James O’Brien, MDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Dawn Tucker, DNP, CPNP-AC11:20 a.m. — Tetralogy of FallotAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: James O’Brien, MDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Dawn Tucker, DNP, CPNP-AC11:40 a.m. — Truncus ArteriosusAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: William M. DeCampli, MD, PhDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Kathryn Dodds, MSN, CRNP-ACNoon — D-Transposition of the Great ArteriesAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: Stephanie Fuller, MDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Kathryn Dodds, MSN, CRNP-AC12:20 p.m. — Lunch12:40 p.m. — Total Anomalous Pulmonary Venous ReturnAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: James O’Brien, MDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Clare Kranz, MSN, CPNP-PC1 p.m. — Coarctation of the AortaAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: William M. DeCampli, MD, PhDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Dawn Tucker, DNP, CPNP-AC1:15 p.m. — Single Ventricle: Stage 1, Bidirectional Glenn, FontanAnatomy/Morphology: Paul Weinberg, MDSurgery: Stephanie Fuller, MDPostoperative Care and Outcomes: Kathryn Dodds, MSN, CRNP-AC2 p.m. — Discharge Planning and Home MonitoringKaren L. Iacono, MSN, ARNP-BC2:20 p.m. — The Brain and Congenital Heart DiseaseDaniel Licht, MD2:40 p.m. — Neurocardiac Follow-up: Why, When and HowKathleen Mussatto, RN, PhD3 p.m. — Q and A3:30 p.m. — AdjournMain Conference — Opening Plenary Session 4 – 7:15 p.m.What Impacts Clinical Care?4 p.m. — Opening RemarksJack Rychik, MD4:10 p.m. — Human Factors and Teams in Congenital Heart Disease CareDaniel Penny, MD, PhD4:30 p.m. — Proficiency and Technical Factors in Congenital Heart SurgeryVictor Tsang, MD4:50 p.m. — A Roadmap: The Fetal Surgery Model of Bringing Research to Innovative Clinical CareN. Scott Adzick, MD5:10 p.m. — Data Analytics: Information Science Innovations to Improve Clinical PracticeJoel Dudley, PhD5:30 p.m. — A Strategy for Healthcare Administration: Navigating the Current EnvironmentArthur Klein, MD5:50 p.m. — Healthcare Provider Well Being: Influence of the Life-Work Balance on Clinical CareDennis Durbin, MD6:10 p.m. — A Sense of Purpose: Pediatric Healthcare in Rural AmericaLarry Rhodes, MD6:30 p.m. — InspirationPaul Cardall7:15 p.m. — AdjournDinner on Your Own6:30 p.m. Special Event — A Musical Interlude with Paul Cardall“He is one of the most accomplished and discriminating artists in the world.”–Jenn Gordon, Artist Manager, Steinway & SonsPaul Cardall is a Steinway & Sons sponsored pianist and a two-time No. 1 Billboard artist with seven other recordings that debuted on Billboard’s top 10 New Age chart without any major label support. His most recent album, “40 Hymns for Forty Days,” debuted at No. 1 and was listed on Billboard’s Heatseeker’s list, which ranks new artist popularity across all music genres.Paul’s soothing, melodic style is born out of his compassion to help others endure hardship and connect to the strength of the soul. The passion he exudes during his performances is rooted in personal experience because the pianist has endured difficult challenges. He was born with essentially half a functioning heart, which required immediate surgery when Paul was less than a day old. His life-threatening congenital heart disease and a series of difficult surgeries throughout his life, including a heart transplant, has given Paul wisdom, depth and understanding that only music could express to heal hearts and minds of people all over the world.Based in Salt Lake City, Paul has built a loyal — and ever growing — audience around the world through several social media channels. From Cairo to Chicago, Sydney to Madrid, Paul’s fans live in more than 100 nations. He adds 200 new listeners per day, reaches more than 600,000 Facebook users per week, garners more than 384 million listeners to his Pandora Radio station, and his YouTube channel has been viewed by more than 2 million people.In addition to his recording career, Paul founded Stone Angel Music in 1999, which owns a catalogue of recordings by other similar artists. He launched cellist Steven Sharp Nelson’s (The Piano Guys) recording career releasing three recordings which debuted on Billboard classical charts. As part of Stone Angel Music, Paul built one of Salt Lake City’s premier recording studios.Steinway & Sons Artist Manager Jenn Gordon said, “Paul’s commitment to excellence in his artistic and professional achievements makes it most appropriate that he is included on the Steinway Artist Roster, a list of the most accomplished and discriminating artists in the world.” Other artists on this roster include: Irving Berlin, Sergei Rachmaninov, Duke Ellington, Gina Bachauer, to name a few.Visit www.stoneangelmusic.com, www.paulcardall.com, iTunes, Amazon.com or other websites to purchase the music of Paul Cardall.