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Choose from any of the Coding, Reimbursement, Compliance and Management topics listed by selecting "Buy". You will then be directed to the online order form. Once your purchase is complete you will receive the following items included with your order confirmation from the PMI Audio Learning Center:

  • A web link good for one MP3 Audio downloadable file
  • presentation handouts
  • A Link to the Online Quiz

Download the files to your computer.* After you have reviewed the materials and listened to the presentation, go to the Quiz Login Page to take the quiz using the code provided with your purchase confirmation. You are given two attempts to score 80% or better on the quiz. Your score will be displayed at the conclusion of the quiz. If your grade is 80% or better, you will receive an email with a CEU confirmation**, suitable for inclusion with your certification renewal paperwork. Please note that PMI cannot award CEUs for those who scored less than 80% after two tries. Questions or comments should be directed to our Professional Services Department.


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    ICD-10 Coding  | Other Coding  | Compliance | Management | Reimbursement
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    ICD-10

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    Avoid ICD-10 Denials for Medical Necessity Specificity is a must when dealing with ICD-10. The grace period is no longer in effect and it is imperative that we choose the correct codes. Denials for medical necessity can be time consuming and costly for your practice. Proper documentation is the key. The physician would not perform the procedure if it wasn’t necessary. Take control of your Revenue Cycle Management by being confident that you are coding the most specific ICD-10 codes to give the insurance carriers accurate information regarding the claim. This will help in determining medical necessity.
    Recorded: 11/1/16, presented by Jenny Pauley
    1.599.00
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    Coders and Clinicians: Communication and Documentation ImprovementWith the arrival of ICD-10, the demand for specificity in clinical documentation has risen dramatically. Providers have had to make improvements in clinical documentation, the backbone of every patient encounter. Denials are expected to increase as payers tighten the gaps and begin holding providers accountable for meeting the specificity requirements. Is your practice prepared for these increased denials?
    Recorded: 05/17/16, presented by Pam Joslin
    199.00
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    Top 10 Billing and Coding Errors that cause Denials and Rejections Every day common coding and billing errors cause unnecessary claims denials and rejections. How much are these mistakes costing your practice in lost revenue and rework? Errors like this are easily avoided when appropriate systems are in place and your staff is educated on proper billing procedures. Practice leaders need to talk with staff members who process claims and find out the most common reasons that claims are denied or sent back for additional documentation. Invite your coding and billing staff to join you when Lisa Maciejewski-West, founder of the award winning business Gold Star Medical Business Services, presents this valuable webinar session.
    Recorded: 4/19/2016, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10-CM Coding for GastroenterologyMaxine Collins will present a live interactive webinar session devoted to coding for the gastrointestinal system in ICD-10-CM. She will address all major changes to gastroenterology and focus on Chapter 11 categories (K00-K95) and guidelines applicable to conditions and diseases of this system. Participants will receive a review of anatomy and pathophysiology terms related to the gastrointestinal system and demonstrate how improving your ability to identify the terms and understand the body systems will help you achieve greater coding accuracy. Learn to code correctly for manifestations, colon cancer, Crohn’s disease and more. Distinguish between Excludes 1 and Excludes 2 notes. Master the proper use of placeholders in ICD-10-CM.
    Recorded: 09/29/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    2015 Pediatric ICD -10 Coding for the General PediatricianDr Parsi believes it is essential for the provider and the support staff to work as a team to understand how to code properly. With major coding changes on the way, it is important for everyone on the team to have a strong foundation in coding the basics of ICD-10. The webinar will highlight updates for the pediatric office superbill for 2015 and review the guidelines and conventions of ICD-10 and how it relates to pediatrics.
    Recorded: 09/24/2015, presented by Linda D Parsi
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for OB-GYNRhonda will discuss commonly-coded conditions seen in the OB/GYN practice and how they will transition to ICD-10-CM. Applicable guidelines, documentation tips, and examples will be demonstrated to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the details necessary for reporting pregnancy and delivery in the new coding system. Pregnancy is complicated enough, let’s simplify if possible.
    Recorded: 08/06/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Teaching Your Providers ICD-10Successful coding, reimbursement and quality reporting is supported by accurate clinical documentation. Coders can only code what is given to them. ICD-10 is a robust system and requires much more clinical detail in the medical record. Physicians, like coders, need training to successfully transition to ICD-10 on October 1. The time is now to engage your providers in documentation audits/reviews and address any deficiencies in medical record documentation.
    Recorded: 08/18/2015, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 GEMS Conversion Tour of the AAFP Top 100 CodesThis webinar is designed for coders, billers, managers, providers and nurses. The core GEMS tour is specifically for anyone who has had at least a one-hour ICD-10 introduction. Jeff will review ICD-10 basic concepts with specific GEMS conversion examples. All attendees get a copy of the original list plus an Excel spreadsheet of the converted ICD-10 codes. I have attached a sample.
    Recorded: 08/04/2015, presented by Jeff Restuccio
    1.599.00
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    Auditing Surgical Charts with ICD-10 CriteriaThis webinar will review the required elements of auditing surgical charts using the new ICD-10 documentation requirements. Case example will demonstrate the differences between documenting for ICD-9 and ICD-10. Chart auditing requires in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and medical terms. Bring your case examples and questions for the instructor.
    Recorded: 04/16/2015, presented by Doug Arrington
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for OrthopedicsNancy Maguire is leading the way with ICD-10-CM education to ensure that medical practice professionals have the skills and tools they need to be ready for October. This webinar will address ICD-10 diagnosis coding for Orthopedics. See what’s new, what documentation changes are in store, and how you can prepare now for the impending switch from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Nancy will give specific examples and crosswalks to help you understand differences in coding systems. Her enthusiastic approach will turn apprehension into excitement in anticipation of the new coding system.
    Recorded: 04/01/2015, presented by Nancy Maguire
    1.599.00



    Choose from topics below:
    ICD-10 Coding  | Other Coding  | Compliance | Management | Reimbursement

    Other Coding

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    Coding and Reimbursement Update 2017The most comprehensive review of changes to your reimbursement for 2017 in one 90 minute session! Proactively plan for code changes, new policies and provisions for quality reporting initiatives by CMS and commercial payors and gain insights into MIPS and APMs under MACRA. Learn how to get paid in 2019 for what you report in 2017. This class includes the latest updates and important health care legislation specific to provider reimbursement in the New Year. Gain updates for reporting requirements that impact provider reimbursement in 2017 and beyond.
    Recorded: 12/01/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Auditing Essentials for Compliant Billing Practices With the evolution of medical coding and variances of requirements needed to support the submission of a clean claim, the frequency of coding errors and denials of claims has become more common. Improper payments are a persistent and costly problem for both commercial and government payers. Payer audits are on the rise and your practice could be targeted for scrutiny by the OIG, RAs, ZPICs, or private payers. Proactive compliance auditing is crucial to ensuring that you are coding and billing correctly and are able to withstand an audit. Now is the time to perfect your audit skills! Audrey Coaxum will offer key guidance on the essentials of self-audits and compliant billing practices that will protect your practice from costly mistakes and violations. Participants will receive instruction on how to establish and implement audit protocols to find and correct erroneous patterns and processes in their practice. Attendees will leave this session prepared to address problematic areas.
    Recorded: 11/22/16, presented by Audrey Coaxum
    1.599.00
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    Avoid ICD-10 Denials for Medical Necessity Specificity is a must when dealing with ICD-10. The grace period is no longer in effect and it is imperative that we choose the correct codes. Denials for medical necessity can be time consuming and costly for your practice. Proper documentation is the key. The physician would not perform the procedure if it wasn’t necessary. Take control of your Revenue Cycle Management by being confident that you are coding the most specific ICD-10 codes to give the insurance carriers accurate information regarding the claim. This will help in determining medical necessity.
    Recorded: 11/1/16, presented by Jenny Pauley
    1.599.00
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    Billing Compliance versus Coding Compliance The relationship between the coding department and billing department can become tenuous if each group does not understand the difference between coding and billing compliance. While they are related there is a difference. This Webinar will outline the types of compliance and how they differ and how to plan accordingly.
    Recorded: 8/4/16, presented by Jeffrey Restuccio
    1.599.00
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    Conquer the Complexities of Coding for Chronic Conditions Chronic disease impacts approximately 90 million people in the U.S. and that number is growing as the population ages. CMS Risk Adjustment and Hierarchical Condition Category coding identifies individuals with serious or chronic illness and assigns a risk factor score. There are more than 9,000 ICD-10 codes that map to 79 HCC codes in the Risk Adjustment model. Get insight and interpretation to help you with the guidelines for coding chronic conditions.
    Recorded: 6/22/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Effective Use of ModifiersSave your practice time and potential lost revenue due to missed codes, code changes, or new documentation requirements. Participate in this step-by-step discussion that includes specific examples and a list of reference documents. There will be time for questions and discussion of your favorite modifier and the challenges of getting reimbursed the first time, every time.
    Recorded: 5/25/16, presented by Jeffrey Restuccio
    1.599.00
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    Coders and Clinicians: Communication and Documentation ImprovementWith the arrival of ICD-10, the demand for specificity in clinical documentation has risen dramatically. Providers have had to make improvements in clinical documentation, the backbone of every patient encounter. Denials are expected to increase as payers tighten the gaps and begin holding providers accountable for meeting the specificity requirements. Is your practice prepared for these increased denials?
    Recorded: 05/17/16, presented by Pam Joslin
    199.00
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    Top 10 Billing and Coding Errors that cause Denials and Rejections Every day common coding and billing errors cause unnecessary claims denials and rejections. How much are these mistakes costing your practice in lost revenue and rework? Errors like this are easily avoided when appropriate systems are in place and your staff is educated on proper billing procedures. Practice leaders need to talk with staff members who process claims and find out the most common reasons that claims are denied or sent back for additional documentation. Invite your coding and billing staff to join you when Lisa Maciejewski-West, founder of the award winning business Gold Star Medical Business Services, presents this valuable webinar session.
    Recorded: 4/19/2016, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    Billing and Coding for Path and Lab ServicesThis webinar will provide updates to path and lab CPT in 2016. Maxine will point out items that providers, coders, billing specialists and practice managers need to be aware of and any effects the changes will have on reimbursement in the New Year.
    Recorded: 01/07/2016, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Medical Coding BasicsHealth care jobs are ranked in the top 10 most secure industries. This webinar will build the foundational skills for the beginner and novice outpatient coder to continue on a path toward coding mastery. CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS Level II coding books are recommended to maximize the benefit from this session. Instructor will focus on concepts and challenges in coding necessary to capture reimbursement for services rendered by health care professionals. Improve coding proficiency and accuracy with this discussion of coding systems, documentation guidelines and more. Our presenter will provide hundreds of professional tips and guidelines that will make you a more efficient, versatile, and accurate coder.
    Recorded: 02/11/2016, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Diagnostic Coding AccuracyThis program is appropriate for coding and billing professionals, clinicians and anyone seeking a better understanding of outpatient diagnostic coding. Content assumes some knowledge of outpatient coding and reimbursement.
    Recorded: 11/24/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    CPT Coding FundamentalsLearn Current Procedural Terminology (CPT)® coding in relation to correct physician reimbursement, patient satisfaction, office productivity and efficiency. Get familiar with the language of CPT and learn what works and doesn’t work in procedural coding. Understand what insurance carriers require when coding claims. Improve coding language skills and avoid upcoding. This class is appropriate for a beginner level coders, experienced coders seeking a refresher, or anyone seeking a better understanding of the fundamentals of the CPT coding process.
    Recorded: 10/27/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Correct Coding with ModifiersHow is your confidence level when applying modifiers? An audit letter might make you second-guess yourself. Don’t lose revenue because of modifier misuse, non-use or just to bypass CCI edits! Rose will help sharpen your knowledge of CPT® guidelines related to modifier usage.
    Recorded: 10/07/2015, presented by Rose Moore
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10-CM Coding for GastroenterologyMaxine Collins will present a live interactive webinar session devoted to coding for the gastrointestinal system in ICD-10-CM. She will address all major changes to gastroenterology and focus on Chapter 11 categories (K00-K95) and guidelines applicable to conditions and diseases of this system. Participants will receive a review of anatomy and pathophysiology terms related to the gastrointestinal system and demonstrate how improving your ability to identify the terms and understand the body systems will help you achieve greater coding accuracy. Learn to code correctly for manifestations, colon cancer, Crohn’s disease and more. Distinguish between Excludes 1 and Excludes 2 notes. Master the proper use of placeholders in ICD-10-CM.
    Recorded: 09/29/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    2015 Pediatric ICD -10 Coding for the General PediatricianDr Parsi believes it is essential for the provider and the support staff to work as a team to understand how to code properly. With major coding changes on the way, it is important for everyone on the team to have a strong foundation in coding the basics of ICD-10. The webinar will highlight updates for the pediatric office superbill for 2015 and review the guidelines and conventions of ICD-10 and how it relates to pediatrics.
    Recorded: 09/24/2015, presented by Linda D Parsi
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for OB-GYNRhonda will discuss commonly-coded conditions seen in the OB/GYN practice and how they will transition to ICD-10-CM. Applicable guidelines, documentation tips, and examples will be demonstrated to ensure that you have a clear understanding of the details necessary for reporting pregnancy and delivery in the new coding system. Pregnancy is complicated enough, let’s simplify if possible.
    Recorded: 08/06/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Teaching Your Providers ICD-10Successful coding, reimbursement and quality reporting is supported by accurate clinical documentation. Coders can only code what is given to them. ICD-10 is a robust system and requires much more clinical detail in the medical record. Physicians, like coders, need training to successfully transition to ICD-10 on October 1. The time is now to engage your providers in documentation audits/reviews and address any deficiencies in medical record documentation.
    Recorded: 08/18/2015, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 GEMS Conversion Tour of the AAFP Top 100 CodesThis webinar is designed for coders, billers, managers, providers and nurses. The core GEMS tour is specifically for anyone who has had at least a one-hour ICD-10 introduction. Jeff will review ICD-10 basic concepts with specific GEMS conversion examples. All attendees get a copy of the original list plus an Excel spreadsheet of the converted ICD-10 codes. I have attached a sample.
    Recorded: 08/04/2015, presented by Jeff Restuccio
    1.599.00
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    Pain Management Coding and ReimbursementThis webinar will bring your pain management coding skills to life by providing the latest important carrier updates and changes to the National Correct Coding Edits that impact pain management reimbursement. Don’t miss the information you need for successful reimbursement for this year and beyond.
    Recorded: 07/23/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Get Ready for ICD-10 - Document, Document, DocumentDocumentation is critical to a successful ICD-10 transition. Clinical Documentation Improvement is more than just a trendy buzzword. This webinar will explain how it affects our physicians, practice and revenue cycle management.
    Recorded: 07/15/2015, presented by Bill Carbrey
    1.599.00
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    Medical Coding BasicsHealth care jobs are ranked in the top 10 most secure industries. This webinar will build the foundational skills for the beginner and novice outpatient coder to continue on a path toward coding mastery. Improve coding proficiency and accuracy with this discussion of coding systems, documentation guidelines and more. Our presenter will provide hundreds of professional tips and guidelines that will make you a more efficient, versatile, and accurate coder.
    Recorded: 06/30/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Top Pediatric Coding UpdatesDr. Parsi believes it is essential for the provider and the support staff to work as a team to understand how to code properly. With big coding changes on the way, it is important for coding professionals to have a strong foundation in coding basics to further build on these concepts. The webinar will highlight updates for the pediatric office superbill for 2015 and review the guidelines and conventions of ICD-10 and how it relates to pediatrics.
    Recorded: 06/04/2015, presented by Dr. Linda Parsi
    1.599.00
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    ICD-10 Diagnosis Coding for OrthopedicsNancy Maguire is leading the way with ICD-10-CM education to ensure that medical practice professionals have the skills and tools they need to be ready for October. This webinar will address ICD-10 diagnosis coding for Orthopedics. See what’s new, what documentation changes are in store, and how you can prepare now for the impending switch from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Nancy will give specific examples and crosswalks to help you understand differences in coding systems. Her enthusiastic approach will turn apprehension into excitement in anticipation of the new coding system.
    Recorded: 04/01/2015, presented by Nancy Maguire
    1.599.00
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    Modifiers: Common Misuses and Other Trouble SpotsProviders continue to face shrinking reimbursements and increased audit scrutiny. When used correctly, modifiers add accuracy, provide additional detail about the encounter, and ensure proper reimbursement. When misused, they can cause claims to be denied and trigger audits that could potentially lead to refund requests and fines. Identifying and correcting modifier coding errors ensures compliance and affects reimbursement.
    Recorded: 03/24/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    E/M Coding with Confidence - What Providers Need to KnowMedical record documentation should be applicable to all medical decision making with the encounter and compliant with the standards of good medical practice. This session will include clinical examples of E/M Coding. Interactive audit sheets will be provided that will assist in the selection of code levels.
    Recorded: 03/19/2015, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    Coding and Billing for CardiologyRhonda Granja will help you get the know-how you need to get your physicians compensated by insurance payers and obtain every dime you have coming. Make the most of declining reimbursement with pointers to get you paid the first time. Ask questions about your own unique situations. All billers and coders are invited to attend.
    Recorded: 02/26/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00



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    ICD-10 Coding  | Other Coding  | Compliance | Management | Reimbursement

    Management

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    Compliance Essentials - Initiating a Compliance Program in your PracticeCompliance is a big buzz word in medicine. Practices are being bombarded with ever growing and changing regulations on safety (both employee and patient), patient privacy, patient care, and billing. There are even regulations on how you can and cannot market your services, and accept referrals. The question is, what do you REALLY need to get started on implementing a bullet-proof compliance program for your business? In this webinar, we will discuss the eight elements that make up an effective compliance plan.
    Recorded: 10/18/2016, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West,
    1.5199.00
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    Reducing Lost Charges and Payments in the Medical PracticeAre you experiencing a persistent leak in your revenue pipeline? That nagging drip is money lost down the drain. How do you plug the leak and keep it flowing in the direction of your receivables? Revenue cycle expert, Richard Delgado, has some tips which will help you save hundreds of thousands of dollars a year for your practice. How? Think like a plumber. Start with finding the source of the leaks and correcting the problem. An analysis of future reimbursement opportunities related to MACRA (The Medicare Access and CHIP RE Authorization) 2016 law or Quality Payment Program with a Merit-Based Incentive Payment System will be presented as Richard will assist you in finding your leaks.
    Recorded: 01/17/2017, presented by Richard Delgado
    1.5199.00
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    Human Resource Changes Which Could Impact Your PracticeThere are many federal, state and local laws that affect the American workplace, and it is important for employers to know where to go for help in understanding their responsibilities under these laws. The FY 2016 was definitely the year for Human Resources changes for industries nationwide. This webinar is an opportunity for your organization to take a “look back” and ensure that these new regulations have been put in place within your organization.
    Recorded: 12/28/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.5199.00
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    Financial Management: Monitoring Your Practice Vital Signs Learn to analyze financial data to evaluate for revenue leaks. Benchmark your practice ranking in relation to similar offices and specialties. Dive into financial measures and date that show where the practice is excelling and where to employ problem-solving techniques. Position yourself to make decisions that will help enhance practice growth and profitability.
    Recorded: 11/2/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    What Every Practice Needs to Know about MACRA - Prepare Now to Become a Data Driven Practice The future is here. Now is the time to begin taking steps to become a more data driven practice. Moving forward, good data and metrics will drive the payment models in healthcare. Quality-based measurements are no longer optional. Under MIPS, practices will be reimbursed in 2019 based on quality metrics reporting in 2017. Your practice leaders must learn to navigate these new payment methodologies to set the stage for success in this new world of value-based payments. Understand where the transition to ICD-10-CM fits into the big picture and the steps practices can take to avoid claims rejections associated with unspecified codes. Act now to prepare your practice and ensure future financial success. The clock is ticking!
    Recorded: 10/26/16, presented by Pam Joslin
    199.00
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    Documentation Fundamentals The Medical Record in the physician office is transitioning from paper to electronic, or in some instances, a blend of paper and electronic. Despite these changes there have been very little changes in "how to document." Parenthetically, there is very little information about documentation, what is needed, who does it, who can do it, who signs and how do they sign. Additionally, most medical practices do not have an "operations" policy regarding medical records, storage, retrieval, retention, or destruction; nor or there Guidelines on patient recall, notifications, etc. We will attempt to recognize the importance of the Medical Record, as a Medical Document, Financial Document, and Legal Document. Additionally, we will outline some Policies that should be written and adopted by the Medical Practice.
    Recorded: 9/29/16, presented by Michael Carbrey
    1.599.00
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    Are You Prepared to Comply with the New FLSA Requirements? The Fair Labor Standards Act rule changes become effective on December 1. They will have a dramatic effect on how salaried employees are compensated. Healthcare employers will be responsible such issues as if salaries should be raised or if employees should be switched to hourly. Join Heidi and learn how to ensure compliance with the new requirements. Discussion will include other relevant topics such as overtime eligibility and pay, bonuses and compensation packages.
    Recorded: 10/05/16, presented by Heidi Kocher
    1.599.00
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    Collecting Every Dollar Due Don’t let patients and third parties control your cash flow - obtain every dollar your practice has coming. Maxine Collins will review the elements of an effective patient collection work-flow system and share viable solutions to improve the bottom line while maintaining positive patient relations. Begin to see collections as an extension of customer service and train your staff to employ techniques that create results when asking patients for money. This webinar will provide strategies for getting your providers compensated fairly by insurance payers, and getting them paid the first time.
    Recorded: 10/4/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Reasonable and Necessary Navigating Carrier CoverageHas your practice received a denial for medical necessity? Benefits Improvement and Protection Act (BIPA) defined an LCD as a decision by a fiscal intermediary or carrier whether to cover a particular service. Medicare contractors develop LCDs when there is no National Coverage Determination (NCD) to ensure that services being paid for by Medicare are medically necessary, or if there is a need to clarify an existing NCD. Are you in the habit of routinely checking for NCDs-LCDs and medical policies before you submit a claim? Was your appeal denied because you failed to follow the carrier’s guidelines? Learn how to include applicable LCDs and medical policies in an appeal and how to request a revision to an active LCD; the entire LCD or any part of it is subject to reconsideration. Maxine will bring a real-life example of the cost to the practice that bills and receives payment for items that are later audited and determined to be out of compliance with requirements in the coverage guidelines. Educate yourself and safeguard your providers’ reimbursement.
    Recorded: 9/13/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    How to Hire, Grow and Keep a 5-Star Staff Hiring a new team member or members can be a bit overwhelming. There are so many “what ifs?” It can be hard to know you are getting the right person to fit with the rest of your team, or if you are working on a new direction for your team, it can be even more difficult to ensure you don’t make the same mistakes again.Join Audrey Christie McLaughlin for this session dedicated to learning specific and actionable strategies to hire, grow and keep a staff that will serve your practice and patients well.
    Recorded: 9/20/16, presented by Audrey Christie McLaughlin, RN
    1.599.00
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    Understanding Reimbursement for Non-Physician Extenders Extenders can "extend" your schedule and help you see more patients in a timely fashion. Take full advantage of your NPP and free your physician up to perform higher paying services and focus on more invasive work. Utilize your NPPs but be certain to avoid common NPP billing mistakes. Billing for mid-level providers can be a tricky area. Rhonda Granja will review what you need to know to rightly utilize incident-to billing criteria, clarify the role of mid-level providers and ensure proper physician supervision. Improve your confidence in your practice being able to withstand the scrutiny of a government or other third party payment audit of services provided by your non-physician extenders. This session will explain the scope of practice for NPs, CNSs, and PAs and highlight the differences in billing patterns while providing clarity on guidelines for CMS and other third-party carriers.
    Recorded: 09/07/16, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Time Management 101 – How to get more done in less timeWhen was the last time you and/or your staff left work within 15 minutes of the last patient? Do you consistently run scheduled patients more than 15 minutes late? When your day is over, is it REALLY over or do you find that you have too much unfinished business left over for the next day? Is it taking you more than 24 hours to complete chart notes? Are your staff members telling you they need more help, but your numbers don’t support that? When was the last time you took a vacation? Are you running your practice, or is it running you? Does your life feel out of balance? If you answered YES to one or more of these questions, then you should NOT miss this webinar! Lisa will discuss simple, practical and economical solutions to your time management problems, solutions you can begin to implement RIGHT AWAY! This will be the 90 best minutes of time you’ve invested in a long while!
    Recorded: 8/30/16, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    Employment and the Law in Texas The key to successful personnel management is having an understanding of complex wage and hour laws. This course is specifically relevant to Texas employers, practice managers, office managers and human resource personnel.
    Recorded: 8/25/16, presented by GeoJan Wright
    1.599.00
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    In House vs. Outsourced Billing Accurate and timely billing is a crucial component of financial success. Practice managers have to consistently monitor and evaluate which operations methods save expenses and generate revenue. Whether you keep your billing operations in-house or outsource them, you need to have a close watch on your day-to-day billing operations and maintain control over your accounts receivable.
    Recorded: 8/9/16, presented by Pam Joslin
    199.00
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    Accountable Care Organizations and Their Impact on Your FutureThe expansion of Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) in the U.S. in the last few months require a second look at the impact of this new model of healthcare delivery required by policy changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Experts say ACOs will likely influence the delivery and payment of healthcare in the future. In October 2014, Globe Newswire reported, "Now past its infancy as a movement, some analysts predict that more than 200 million Americans will be covered by an ACO by 2016.” This webinar will lead you through the facts concerning the development of Accountable Care Organizations throughout the United States answering the following questions and clarifying what lies ahead in the future for this method of healthcare delivery.
    Recorded: 03/03/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Maintaining an Effective Workforce: Hiring & Developing Talent Do you want to attain higher morale, lower employee turnover, and a much stronger bottom line? Contrary to popular belief, technical skills are not the primary reason why new hires fail; instead, poor interpersonal skills dominate the list, flaws which many of their managers admit were overlooked during the interview process. Employees with professional growth opportunities are more likely to stay put. And it’s not just young employees, but all employees asking for this workplace feature.
    Recorded: 7/21/16, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    HCPCS Reimbursement Impacts the Bottom Line Attend this webinar program to determine whether a HCPCS G code or a CPT code may be required for payment. Improve your understanding of carrier rules and guidance for billing HCPCS codes. Become informed of the most current HCPCS code updates and see your denial rate diminish. Rhonda Granja will teach you how to correctly bill and get paid for the supplies, drugs and devices you commonly use.
    Recorded: 7/14/16, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Navigating Appeals and Billing Disputes Learn to handle billing disputes expertly and appeal claims in a timely manner with the appropriate supporting documentation. Understand the key elements to include when writing an appeal to ensure your claims are reconsidered and result in your favor. This webinar will teach you the proper steps to appeal and win!
    Recorded: 6/28/16, presented by Sunjanel Avecilla
    1.599.00
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    Scribes - Proper Training and Utilization With the integration of EHR and the transition to ICD-10 and increased documentation requirements has many practices turning to the use of medical scribes to assist physicians with clerical and information technology tasks. In this session, Pam Joslin will examine this new role, define its parameters, and outline the essential qualifications. Strategies for proper training and utilization will be discussed to ensure the medical scribe increases the efficiency and the productivity of the physicians they support.
    Recorded: 6/9/16, presented by Pam Joslin
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    NCD - LCDs Medical Policies: How to Use Them to Get PaidHas your practice received a denial for medical necessity? Do you know what local coverage determinations (LCDs) are and how to access them? Benefits Improvement and Protection Act (BIPA) defined an LCD as a decision by a fiscal intermediary or carrier whether to cover a particular service. Medicare contractors develop LCDs when there is no National Coverage Determination (NCD) to ensure that services being paid for by Medicare are medically necessary, or if there is a need to clarify an existing NCD.
    Recorded: 4/28/16, presented by Debbie Forde
    1.599.00
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    Medical Necessity of the EncounterLearn how to document the medical record to support medical necessity based on actual examples. Gain insight from this expert auditor to help you avoid common errors that invariably trigger audits. Examine the challenges and pitfalls of using electronic medical record templates and understand how that information is documented from an auditor’s point of view. Clarify erroneous misconceptions surrounding Documentation Guidelines and receive an overview of Evaluation and Management Services as they relate to medical necessity.
    Recorded: 03/30/2016, presented by Shannon DeConda
    1.599.00
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    Working with Physician ExtendersPhysician extenders (PEs) not only free up physicians to perform the clinical work they trained for, they also create an opportunity for practice expansion and additional revenue. Nurse practitioners (NPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) can prove vital to a medical practice in terms of reducing costs and limiting exposure to malpractice. Physician extenders provide patients access to services, enhancing patient satisfaction/retention and offering a resource for more referrals.
    Recorded: 04/05/2016, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Surgical Chart AuditingThis program will teach the techniques for proper abstraction and review. Attendees will learn how to evaluate the key elements of a surgical record and apply those principles with accurate interpretation of federal guidelines. This session includes review of a sample procedure audit form and surgical operative report(s).
    Recorded: 03/15/2016, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Benchmarking in Your PracticeAnalyzing payer contracts and reimbursement rates for common procedures in addition to the composition of payers is also vital. Revenue benchmarking focuses on the revenue-related trends and statistical data including reimbursement, claim rejections, denials, and collections. Analysis of these areas reveal the financial health of your practice.
    Recorded: 03/08/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    Auditing E/M DocumentationE/M services are performed by physicians in order to assess and manage a beneficiary’s health. Improving E/M audit proficiency reduces practice risk and promotes accurate claim submission. This session will explain a step-by-step process to implement your own internal E/M audit program.
    Recorded: 02/25/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
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    HIPAA Security Breaches - The Proactive ApproachAttend this webinar for important information about creating internal policies that help safeguard your office. Everyone hears how their role impacts security in the office when you gather your staff around a speakerphone for this informative webinar. Stay current with security updates and patches to keep up with threats and constantly evolve.
    Recorded: 02/19/2016, presented by Rose Moore
    1.599.00
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    Managing the Transition to a Facility Based Medical PracticeHealthcare reforms have hospitals looking for ways to solidify their presence in their respective marketplaces. If your office is considering making a shift in ownership, this session will help you ask the right questions and prepare for a transition that meets expectations.
    Recorded: 02/09/2016, presented by GeoJan Wright
    1.599.00
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    Telemedicine in 2016 and BeyondThis webinar will cover up to the minute updates from Medicare and an overview of major CPT code changes for 2016. Review proposed and/or final changes released by CMS that impact Medicare reimbursement. Join in the discussion on the continuing effects of the Health Insurance Marketplaces, MACRA, and physician reimbursement in a post-SGR era.
    Recorded: 02/04/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    The Satisfaction Factor: Positively Influence Patient Experience and Employee PerformanceEngaging patients has always been the right thing to do, but striving for their satisfaction has never been more important to practice success than it is today! As healthcare is becoming more customer-focused and reimbursement is increasingly tied to quality assessment of providers, mastering these concerns is critical. Our efforts will fall short with our patients if we do not also invest in our employees.
    Recorded: 01/06/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
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    Key Reimbursement Coding Changes for 2016This webinar will cover up to the minute updates from Medicare and an overview of major CPT code changes for 2016. Review proposed and/or final changes released by CMS that impact Medicare reimbursement.
    Recorded: 01/19/2016, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    Auditing for Medical Necessity and Diagnosis ConfirmationThis webinar will highlight proactive auditing measures to ensure that clinical documentation meets ICD-10 requirements. Learn to distinguish between medical necessity and medical decision making. Doug will explain how existing reimbursement guidelines, including the National and Local Coverage Determinations (NCDs/LCDs) and Managed Care reimbursement policies, provide the basic rules to audit by.
    Recorded: 12/09/2015, presented by Doug Arrington
    1.599.00
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    The Importance of Front Desk CollectionsIn this final webinar of the three part series, Where Is My Money?, Lisa Maciejewski-West will focus on building skills and improving processes that bring positive results to your collection efforts. Examine the keys to successful collections. Learn that fair policies and procedures and clear communication will lead you to them. Review scripts and practice dialogues that enhance your ability to collect patient co-pays, deductibles and balances up front with confidence. Get paid now for providing the excellent services your practice provides.
    Recorded: 12/03/2015, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    Superior Skills for the Medical Front OfficeDemands on front office staff in a medical practice have been increasing with advancing technologies and improved efficiencies. High performers in this role are well positioned to have a positive impact on the practice’s bottom line – from more informed and satisfied patients to a healthier revenue cycle. Join GeoJan Wright for this webinar session and engage in an interactive discussion of the latest health care communication and compliance challenges. The instructor will clarify the importance of accurate and complete data collection, explore the relationship between patient satisfaction and quality of care, address privacy/security concerns, telephone etiquette, and review provider and patient communication techniques. Learn to master the responsibilities of the medical front office and raise your skills to the superior level!
    Recorded: 11/19/2015, presented by GeoJan Wright
    1.599.00
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    Accountable Care Organizations – Is Joining One Good for Your Practice?Participants will learn about the different types of Accountable Care Organizations and become informed of the spectrum of requirements, financial risks and potential rewards. One of the most important points to consider in any business decision is the legal aspect. Heidi Kocher, Counsel at Liles Parker, PLLC will familiarize you with the appropriate questions to ask and guide you toward resources to assist your decision making process.
    Recorded: 11/18/2015, presented by Heidi Kocher
    1.599.00
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    Medical Practices Need Annual Check-Ups Too Learn the value of conducting an overall check-up of its practice and operations on at least an annual basis. From budgeting to training to strategic planning to compliance, all the areas in your practice will benefit from a periodic once-over to ensure operational excellence.
    Recorded: 10/28/2015, presented by Jerrie Weith
    1.599.00
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    Discounts and Waivers - Do it Right and Stay Out of TroubleDo you know the difference between a discount and a waiver? Is your office walking the tightrope when it comes to good faith efforts to collect on balances due? The Anti-Kickback Statute prohibits remuneration of any kind in exchange for referral of patient for any service reimbursable under Medicare, Medicaid or other federal health care program. This webinar will go over the do’s and don’ts that your office needs to know to stay in compliance with this important statute. Bring your questions to this informative session.
    Recorded: 09/16/2015, presented by Heidi Kocher
    1.599.00
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    Clinical Documentation Requirements for Primary CareClinical documentation is the best way to paint a picture of what you did to a patient and what symptom or clinical diagnosis is the reason for the visit. Keeping the money that the clinical practice has been paid is very important – all too often payers will recoup money that has been paid to a provider because the clinical documentation does not always do a good job of describing the clinical situation.Accurate and complete documentation helps you keep what you have been paid. This presentation identifies these steps for the most common primary care problems for adults and pediatric patients.
    Recorded: 09/15/2015, presented by Douglas Arrington, CMC, CHC, CHRC, CPC, COC, CPMA
    1.599.00
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    Quality and Cost - How They Impact PracticesIn January, government officials announced a timeline for implementing plans for beginning the move from fee-for-service reimbursement in the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule to a methodology based on value purchasing of healthcare services in the U.S. How would your group or individual practice fare when ranked or compared to your peers nationally? Attend this session for important information on the phase-in of new payment methodologies from CMS. Hear about quality-based reimbursement, transparency in health care and much more.
    Recorded: 08/26/2015, presented by Maxine Collins
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    Managing Multiple GenerationsIf you have multiple age-groups working together in the workplace, you know that management style doesn’t work across the board. Being mindful of generational learning styles, values, mind sets and viewpoints is an important skill that can help you motivate everyone in the office.
    Recorded: 05/21/2015, presented by Dave Jakielo
    1.599.00
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    Telephone Etiquette: Vitally Important Yet Often OverlookedThis webinar will explain how to create the right image with exceptional telephone communications. Verbal and non-verbal cues set the tone. Make sure your staff understands how even the most subtle actions can create an unfavorable impression of your office.
    Recorded: 04/28/2015, presented by Pam Harvit
    1.599.00
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    Revenue & Profitability Management Whether you are seeking new revenue sources, a more efficient way to drive the revenue cycle, or an innovative approach to managing expenses, this session will help you find solutions and provide resources to continually keep the bottom line strong even in challenging times. The Instructor will guide you through revenue improvement principles and help you make informed decisions for practice improvement.
    Recorded: 04/22/2015, presented by Rose Moore
    1.599.00
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    Auditing Surgical Charts with ICD-10 CriteriaThis webinar will review the required elements of auditing surgical charts using the new ICD-10 documentation requirements. Case example will demonstrate the differences between documenting for ICD-9 and ICD-10. Chart auditing requires in-depth knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and medical terms. Bring your case examples and questions for the instructor.
    Recorded: 04/16/2015, presented by Doug Arrington
    1.599.00



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    ICD-10 Coding  | Other Coding  | Compliance | Management | Reimbursement

    Reimbursement

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    Physician Quality Reporting and Meaningful Use Update This program will focus on Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and Meaningful Use (MU) reporting, measures, and the penalties that providers are faced with if these guidelines are not followed. Individual eligible professionals (EPs) and group practices who do not satisfactorily report data on quality measures for covered professional services are subject to a negative payment adjustment under PQRS.
    Recorded: 5/5/16, presented by Maxine Collins
    1.599.00
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    Insurance Credentialing, Contracting, and Loading If you’ve ever been charged with credentialing a provider in your practice or suddenly faced with this daunting task, this webinar will better prepare you for the 3-phase process. Broken down into easy-to-understand terms and slides, credentialing expert Sarah Brannon will arm you with information gathered through on-site practice administration coupled with years of medical practice management consulting for which she specializes in credentialing.
    Recorded: 11/29/2016, presented by Sarah Brannon
    1.599.00
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    Blueprint to Improve Patient CollectionsPatient balances can make up over 30 percent of your practice’s accounts receivables. Is your practice losing hard-earned dollars due to write offs and deficient patient collections? Did you know that once a patient leaves your practice the likelihood of collecting the full patient balance starts to drop? Take action and start improving your patient collection ratios today. Webinar Presenter, Audrey Christie McLaughlin, will review a detailed plan for success to get your practice on track to successfully collect patient copays, deductibles, and other balances.
    Recorded: 5/4/16, presented by Audrey Christie McLaughlin
    1.599.00
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    How to Find Money in Your Accounts ReceivablesAre your invoices turning into cash? Diligent accounts receivable management requires an effective system that is simple for your staff to follow and stay on top of accounts. In this second webinar of the three part series, Where Is My Money,Lisa Maciejewski-West will show you how to identify hidden funds that can turn around a shrinking cash flow. Discussion will pursue the examination of processes that can make or break your profitability and the creation of a process that leads to practice change and a positive bottom line!
    Recorded: 10/13/2015, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    Navigating the Subtleties of Incident-To Billing CriteriaReimbursement rules for all non-physician, mid-level provider services is an area of uncertainty in many offices. This webinar will cover everything you need to know to properly utilize Incident-To billing criteria. Presenter will explain how mid-levels interact with supervising providers to reinforce clinician understanding of the appropriate utilization of extender resources.
    Recorded: 10/01/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    WHERE IS MY MONEY? Part 1: Increasing Revenue through Accurate Coding and BillingIn this three part series "WHERE IS MY MONEY”, you will discover areas of your practice where you may be leaving dollars on the table, at your front desk or within your own Accounts Receivables. Think about what you collect each year. Would you be happy if you could bring in an additional 10-30% or more?
    Recorded: 09/02/2015, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    Chronic Care Management: New Revenue PossibilitiesWhat is CPT 99490? Chronic Care Management (CCM) is not only for primary care providers. If you are in a specialty practice you can also benefit from the added reimbursement the new CCM codes can bring, for example: allergy/asthma, diabetes, gastroenterology, hospice, immunology, mental health, neurology, nephrology, ophthalmology, podiatry, rheumatology, urology, etc.
    Recorded: 07/28/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00
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    Protect Revenue and Be Ready for ICD-10This session will provide guidance for clinical documentation improvement (CDI) and stress strategies to ensure your cash flow is not interrupted. You cannot afford to climb the uphill battle with carriers when the denials start rolling in.
    Recorded: 07/08/2015, presented by Merrilee Severino
    1.599.00
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    Getting Paid -- Keeping a Pulse on Accounts ReceivableBilling staff walk a fine line between promoting patient satisfaction and enforcing accurate, timely payment policies. This webinar will help your office establish policies and processes that support the administration of revenue cycle management and the communication of financial responsibilities.
    Recorded: 06/23/2015, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    Patient and Payer CollectionsWe know that our front desk area can make or break us. With a few pointers, this can be the best place to collect money, send fewer statements and improve bottom line. This webinar will help you develop a method for handling expedited payments in a timely fashion while keeping positive patient relations in the forefront.
    Recorded: 05/06/2015, presented by Rhonda Granja
    1.599.00



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    ICD-10 Coding  | Other Coding  | Compliance | Management | Reimbursement

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    Compliance and Ethics in the Medical PracticeGain insight into the many challenges faced by health care compliance officers and medical office staff today. This webinar will address conflicts of interest, privacy, ethical conduct, monitoring and auditing practices. Hear first-hand accounts from leading defense attorney Robert Liles and his special guest, attorney Paul Weidenfeld.
    Recorded: 12/16/2016, presented by Robert Liles
    1.599.00
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    Top Compliance Concerns for Medical Coding and Billing Staff This webinar will assist you in putting your compliance program in perspective and help you identify the areas in your clinic that need improvements and/or implementation.
    Recorded: 01/27/2016, presented by Lisa Maciejewski-West
    1.599.00
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    OSHA Updates - Compliance and Safety in Your Medical OfficeEvery health care facility must meet specific state and federal standards that include providing and maintaining a work place free from recognized hazards. This webinar will review guidelines for compliance with OSHA regulations including what injuries and illnesses must be reported to OSHA. Safety and Privacy officers will find it extremely useful. Everyone on your staff will benefit from this knowledge.
    Recorded: 10/20/2015, presented by Pam Joslin
    1.599.00
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    Does HIPAA Satisfy Meaningful Use RequirementsDoes my HIPAA Risk Analysis cover Meaningful Use? If I am HIPAA compliant, does that mean I’m covered for Meaningful Use? Many healthcare professionals can’t tell the difference between HIPAA and Meaningful Use regulations. To save time, Tod will review which portions of Meaningful Use are and are not actually covered by a HIPAA Risk Analysis.
    Recorded: 06/18/2015, presented by Tod Ferran
    1.599.00

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