Plenaries are a lineup of distinguished experts

| October 19, 2020

Plenaries are a lineup of distinguished experts

Start your days with dynamic plenaries during the virtual ACAAl 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 13 – 15!  These live sessions feature a distinguished lineup of experts addressing dynamic issues impacting the allergy/immunology specialty.

Add these to your Annual Meeting schedule:

Presidential Plenary: The Changing Payment System – Challenge Accepted!

Friday, Nov. 13, 8:00 am CT
Following the meeting’s Opening Ceremony, stay for the Presidential Plenary. The Keynote Presentation features Mr. Harold Miller, President and CEO for the Center for Healthcare Quality and Payment Reform, who will present “Why ‘Value-based Payment’ Isn’t Working – And How Physicians Can Fix It.”

It’s Time to Individualize Our Approach to Diagnosis and Testing

Saturday, Nov. 14, 8:00 am CT
Allergists are in a unique position to provide education to patients and help them understand their risk from various scenarios. The field of component diagnostic testing for food, inhalant and venom allergens has rapidly expanded. Learn how to utilize and interpret various tests. This session includes the Edward J. O’Connell Lecture that will be presented by Luz Fonacier, MD, FACAAI and the Bela Schick Lecture presented by James Tracy, DO, FACAAI.

How to Implement Updates From the Latest Clinical Guidelines Into Practice

Sunday, Nov. 15, 8:00 am CT
A high-yield session detailing recently completed updates to practice parameters on rhinitis, anaphylaxis and diagnostic testing for peanut allergy, presented by physicians who participated in the development of each of the guidance documents.

If you haven’t registered for the Annual Meeting, do it soon. Annual Meeting registration closes Nov. 9. Meeting registration is FREE for College’s dues paying members. View the Annual Meeting program for the full spectrum of  sessions. Attendees can earn CME and CE credit.