1003
The Why and How for Home-Based Strategies to Improve Allergy and Asthma Disease
Friday, March 3, 2017: 7:00 AM-9:30 AM
Georgia World Congress Center, Building B, Level 2, Room B203
2.50 CME/CE
Course
Moderator:
Charles S. Barnes , PhD FAAAAI

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the clinical and economic evidence for home-based strategies to effectively impact allergy and asthma management
  2. Identify why home visits can be more successful if they are tailored for the geographic region, knowledge of indoor mold issues, housing stock and socio-cultural characteristics of the population
  3. Discuss standardized home assessment tools that are publicly available and how to report results to patients and providers
7:00 AM
Clinical Indications to Trigger a Home Assessment
Wanda Phipatanakul, MD MS FAAAAI
Handouts
  • nihms822049.pdf (303.3 kB)
  • Home_intervention_review.pdf (506.9 kB)
  • 7:20 AM
    Question & Answer
    7:25 AM
    A Critical Review of the Health and Economic Cost Evidence for Home Visits
    Joy Hsu, MD MSCI
    7:45 AM
    Question & Answer
    7:50 AM
    Reporting, Standardizing and Publicly Available Home Assessment Tools
    Ginger L. Chew, ScD
    8:10 AM
    Question & Answer
    8:15 AM
    What is Useful vs. Useless: Tailoring Home Visits to the Local Population
    Kevin Kennedy, MPH CIEC
    8:35 AM
    Question & Answer
    8:40 AM
    Home Insults from Mold and the Unique Considerations
    W. Elliott Horner, PhD LEED AP FAAAAI
    9:00 AM
    Question & Answer
    9:05 AM
    The Tools, Resources and Insurance Support Necessary to Remedy Home Environments
    Elizabeth Matsui, MD MHS
    9:25 AM
    Question & Answer
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