APR 29, 2015 11:00 AM PDT

The Evolution of Addiction Medicine

Speakers
  • Founder at Genotec DX
    Biography
      Carlos Himpler specializes in Service Operations, Business Strategy and Corporate Development. Mr. Himpler is an Executive Level Strategist with extensive experience leading new business development and service operations. He has helped organizations reorganize and simplify business processes to maximize market share and customer delivery performance , as well as executing business development strategies to penetrate and expand key markets. Mr. Himpler has orchestrated joint ventures, business start-ups, reorganizations, mergers, acquisitions, and integration's to achieve sustainable and profitable growth. He has had P&L responsibility over multi-million dollar businesses and is currently a healthcare consultant for physician practices and hospitals across the country. Mr. Himpler has first hand knowledge of what it takes to set up a clinical laboratory and has set up a number of laboratories for his clients.
    • Founder and Principal Investigator of Millennium Psychiatric Associates
      Biography
        Dr. Sicuro is a board certified psychiatrist practicing for over 30 years. His private practice is located in Creve Coeur Missouri. He is the founder and Principal Investigator of Millennium Psychiatric Associates, a clinical research company conducting clinical trials in Alzheimer's, Schizophrenia, Depression and Bipolar illness. He is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at KCUMB in Kansas City. Dr. Sicuro founded The Heron Fund a charitable organization very active in supporting clean water projects and medical missions in third world countries. He has been serving as president of the organization since 2007.

      Abstract:
      The Evolution of Addiction Medicine - Survive or Thrive?


      Franco Sicuro MD, reflecting on 30 years as board certified psychiatrist, will take you on a journey of how Addiction Medicine has evolved over the last three decades; highlighting the expectations of physicians and treatment centers. Dr. Sicuro will discuss some of the challenges facing addiction practices and treatment centers and identify ways to evolve and thrive in its ever changing environment.

      Interested in starting a clinical laboratory? Carlos Himpler, a successful business development strategist, will discuss the process of implementing a clinical laboratory, along with its pitfalls and promise.

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