2018 Short Courses
Three half-day Short Courses will be held on Tuesday, April 10, 2018 from 12:30 PM - 5:30 PM. These courses are each focused on one particular topic and allow participants an additional opportunity to accrue CME and CEUs. An additional registration fee is required, see the table below for fees.
Variant Interpretation from the Clinician's Perspective
This session will explore clinical laboratory reports for next generation sequencing from either panels or whole exome sequencing and focus on the variant interpretation.
Darrel Waggoner, MD, FACMG, University of Chicago
Christa Martin, PhD, FACMG, Geisinger Health System (Autism and Developmental Medicine Institute)
Bringing Personalized Genomic Medicine to Prenatal Care
A joint activity with the International Society for Prenatal Diagnosis (ISPD) and the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG).
The recent advances in genetic molecular technologies have brought new opportunities for the clinical assessment of the fetus.
Louise Wilkins-Haug, MD, PhD, FACMG, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Authorization for Genetic Testing: A Primer for Genetics Professionals
The current insurance framework for the approval of genetic testing is challenging due to terminology, rapid changes and lack of data on standard clinical outcomes used by payers.
Accepting that we must work within this system, the best way to improve authorization and reimbursement is with teamwork between clinicians, laboratory professionals and insurance companies.
Matt Fickie, MD, FACMG, Mount Auburn Hospital
SHORT COURSE REGISTRATION FEES
| REGISTRATION CATEGORY
||ON OR BEFORE
JANUARY 5, 2018
|JANUARY 6, 2018 to
MARCH 2, 2018
|MARCH 3, 2018
| ACMG Member with Full Meeting Registration
| Non-Member with Full Meeting Registration
| ACMG Member - Short Course Only
| Non-Member - Short Course Only