2021 Summit Safety Guidelines

The Future of Healthcare Summit is a new and innovative technology-driven event brought to by medical professionals that truly understand what it’s like to operate busy healthcare facilities.  As healthcare leaders, we are highly attuned to the impact COVID-19 is having on the world, our industry and on what is normal in our professional and personal lives.

This year, we will be hosting the summit in a way that considers and puts into action all best practices to ensure it’s as safe of an experience as possible. The following document outlines the efforts being made. We ask that each of you review this documentation. We would welcome your feedback if you think we should incorporate additional considerations.
 

SUMMIT SAFETY POLICIES

We will be requiring all participating members to abide by the following policies:

  • Attestations. We will require that each participant attest to their absence of symptoms daily.
  • Face coverings. We will require that face coverings be worn during Summit events. No exceptions.
  • Social distancing. We will require that state, local, and on-site social distancing guidelines be
    followed during Summit events.

 

ARTHREX ONE CONFERENCE CENTER SAFETY GUIDELINES

Arthrex is committed to the health and well-being of its guests and has implemented stringent COVID-19 precautionary systems and practices to help ensure all who enter our facilities experience the safest environment possible.

Preventative Measures in Effect:

  • Multiple Synexis® Microbial Reduction Systems are in use throughout our facilities with state-of-the-art disinfectant technology to eliminate airborne and surface bacteria and viruses in buildings.
  • Synexis Microbial Reduction Systems are in use within Arthrex airport shuttles, Ovation private dining rooms and public areas of the hotel. They are also available for the parlor area of every
    guest suite, upon request.
  • Temperature checkpoints have been established at the entrance of each Arthrex facility.
  • Hand sanitizers are strategically placed in key areas throughout Arthrex facilities, including building entrances, cafeterias, and desk areas.
  • An air filtration system that uses ultraviolet (UV) light to eliminate unwanted microorganisms has been added to the air circulation system at the Arthrex One building.
  • Non-secure doors are propped open to eliminate the need for human touch and to increase airflow.
  • Cleaning crews are consistently disinfecting frequently touched surfaces, such as door handles, buttons, work surfaces, restrooms, railings, etc.
  • Physical distancing measures are in place for all public spaces.

Need-to-Know Information for Guests:

  • All guests must undergo a wellness temperature check upon arrival at an Arthrex facility.
  • Do not enter an Arthrex facility if you are sick. If you become ill while on-site, it is imperative to notify an Arthrex representative before leaving.
  • Visitors to Arthrex US facilities are required to wear face coverings.
  • All building occupants must adhere to physical distancing rules (6 foot minimum).
  • Practice frequent hand washing using restroom facilities and/or sanitizer stations throughout the building.

 

INNOVATION HOTEL SAFETY GUIDELINES

Innovation Hotel, the host hotel, has also instituted policies to ensure a safe environment for its
guests.

Innovation Hotel and the facilities on the Arthrex campus utilize Synexis™ microbial reduction technology that creates a safe level of dry hydrogen peroxide, which allows for the natural and continuous reduction of microbial contamination in occupied spaces, minimizing the presence of viruses, bacteria and mold in the air and on surfaces.

In addition to consistent execution of cleaning protocols in both guest rooms and public spaces, our associates take measures to limit physical contact and wash their hands regularly.

Arthrex and the Innovation Hotel want to provide a safe and controlled environment for all employees and guests. With the Arthrex Medical Center located adjacent to the Innovation Hotel, visitors have convenient access to urgent care and testing by the Arthrex medical staff.

To help ensure all who enter the Innovation Hotel experience the safest environment possible, hotel leadership has implemented stringent precautionary systems and practices, which include:

  • Installing Multiple Synexis™ Microorganism Reduction Systems in the dining areas and kitchen. This state-of-the-art disinfectant technology is proven to eliminate airborne and surface bacteria and viruses in buildings. The hotel is also working to expand the use of Synexis to all guest rooms, enhancing guest safety.
  • Hotel employees undergoing daily wellness checks.
  • Hotel employees follow the Arthrex face covering policy.
  • Hotel guests undergo wellness checks upon check-in.
  • Enhanced cleaning measures are in place throughout public areas and guest rooms.
  • Kitchen surfaces are sanitized every hour during operation.
  • Access to the food preparation and dining areas is limited.
  • Service and culinary staff are required to complete ServSafe COVID-19 training for food service.
  • Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout all public area spaces.
  • Social distancing measures in place throughout all public spaces.
  • Hydrogen peroxide-based disinfectants are utilized throughout the hotel.

Philip Mongelluzzo, MD

Co-Found and Medical Director of Pulse 4 Pulse
“Why do we wait until someone has a heart attack before treating them? Microvascular disease protocols will help identify asymptomatic patients before a heart attack.”
Dr. Phillip Mongelluzo presents ideas on revamping microvascular disease protocols and describes how this can identify patients at-risk for heart attack and stroke before they ever begin experiencing symptoms.

Bob Gold

Chief Clinical Behavior Technologist and Founder of GoMo Health
“Current disease management practices do not work. When a patient is involved in their treatment plans, they are three to five times more likely to stay healthy.”
Dr. Bob Gold shares how his work helps to shift the paradigm of medicine to patient-centered care encompassing each unique individual, rather than simply treating the disease, and how this will soon become the standard in healthcare.

Marc Penn

Co-Founder and Chief Medical
“Obesity, poor dental hygiene, stress, anxiety, all contribute to vascular inflammation, the primary cause of life-threatening cardiac events.”
Dr. Marc Penn reveals the role vascular inflammation, COVID-19, and viral infections have on patients at risk for plaque rupture and myocardial infarction.

Robert Marx, DDS, FACS

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
“In-situ tissue engineering is how I rebuild large segments of bone without taking bone or tissue away from another part of the patient’s body.”
Dr. Robert Marx describes how he uses in-situ tissue engineering for bone regeneration in patients who have suffered trauma from car accidents, cancer, or tumor growth, plus shares cases where morbidity, recovery time, and pain were drastically reduced.

Randy Miller, MD

Reconstructive Surgery
“We’ve discovered that stem cells stimulate tissue growth, allowing the body a remarkable ability to heal, even regenerate.”
Dr. Randy Miller dispels stem cell myths and misinformation to share how he utilizes the technology in reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries to treat cases from severally damaged tissues to missing or destroyed bones.

Chadwick Prodromos, MD

CEO, The Prodromos Stem Cell Institute
“Our goals are to make sure suffering patients receive stem cell treatments now, not only to improve the patient’s condition but to prevent any further damage.”
Discover the truth about stem cells and see how MSC stem cell injections are a safe, side-effect-free treatment for the majority of patients with MS, Parkinson’s Disease, Crohn’s Disease, cerebral palsy, and more.

Ryan Smith

President of Business Development, TruDiagnostic
“If you don’t think aging is a disease, hopefully, I can change your mind. Now the technology is moving to treat and prevent old age before it even happens.”
Founder of TruDiagnostic, Ryan Smith, shares how telomere research can predict life expectancy, actions to take to extend your life, and how new medical innovation can even reverse the effects of old age.

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Arnold Pallay, MD, FAAFP

Medical Director, Partners in Care
“Understanding the patient is just as important as knowing the disease. Genomics allows us to account for the minor variations in DNA that make a huge difference in a patient’s health.”
Humans are 99% genetically identical; it’s the tiny differences that dictate how a patient reacts to their environment and lifestyle. Dr. Arnold Pallay explains how physicians can treat conditions from heart disease to asthma using genomics.

Sharon Hausman-Cohen, MD

Medical Director, Resilient Health
“We have thousands and thousands of cases proving that you can improve health outcomes with genomics to get to the root cause of a condition.”
Dr. Sharon Hausman-Cohen shows how integrative medicine utilizing diet, supplements, and exercise can be used in concert with genomics to find the root cause of chronic conditions like cognitive decline and depression.

Pam Hughes, DO

Functional Medicine
“48% of traumatic brain injuries in this country occur from fall. 5.3 million Americans have a lifelong need for constant care from a TBI. HBOT can help.”
Dementia isn’t “just part of getting older.” Dr. Pamela Hughes discusses how outside-the-box thinking and hyperbaric oxygen therapy can reduce the effects of traumatic brain injury and even reverse dementia and cognitive decline.

Eduardo Maristany, MD

Functional Medicine
“Traditional medicine is fantastic in 80% of critical cases, but in chronic conditions, functional medicine steps in to treat the whole patient.”
Go “under the hood” with Dr. Eduardo Maristany to learn how functional medicine augments traditional medical practices with a personalized genomic-based approach for customized treatment plans.

Bob Gasparini

Former Neogenomics President
“If we can find the genetic mutations that drive cancer [with new diagnostic tools], we can take an actionable response toward treatment”
Robert Gasparini reveals how genomics are used in precision oncology to identify cancer-causing genetic mutations and how this information leads to more effective cancer treatment options.