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  • 221 Request Info

    CPT and HCPCS updates for Pain Management

    Overview: Every year coders have a great deal of information to absorb.Missing a coding update can increase or decrease your revenue.Many times, the changes can be minute and easily confused when quickly reviewing the codes on an annual basis. 2017 brought pain management new CPT codes for epidural injections.2018 further speaks to imaging guidance for these codes.CPT Assistant gives us new guidance regarding genicular nerve radio frequency. Fluoroscopic guidance billing has changed for lumbar sympathetic blocks and stellate ganglion blocks. Moderate sedation can now be billed for some pain management procedures that this service was previously bundled into. New viscosupplementation codes were introduced this past year. As we all know these codes can be extremely confusing based on how to calculate the units appropriately.
  • 222 Request Info

    3-Hour Virtual Seminar on HIPAA Texting and E-mailing

    Overview: This lesson will be going into great detail regarding you practice or business information technology and how it relates to the HIPAA/HITECH Security Rule and securing PHI in transmission. I will go through multiple examples and specific scenarios and also offer simple common-sense solutions. Areas covered will be texting, email, encryption, medical messaging, voice data, personal devices, and risk factors. I will uncover myths versus reality as it relates to this very enigmatic law based on over 1000 risk assessments performed as well as years of experience in dealing directly with the Office of Civil Rights HIPAA auditors. I will speak on specific experiences from over 17 years of experience in working as an outsourced compliance auditor, expert witness on multiple HIPAA cases in state law, and thoroughly explain how patients are now able to get cash remedies for wrongful disclosures of private health information.
  • 223 Request Info

    Hospital System Complications and Conflicts: Mergers, Acquisitions, and the Medical Staff

    Overview: This webinar addresses the medical staff issues arising when hospitals merge or are acquired by healthcare systems.Change in hospital ownership affects governance, including medical staff governance.The existing medical staff bylaws, rules and regulations and policies may be replaced as a result. Already established systems also create conflicts as system-wide documents may not fit all medical staffs in that system hospitals.The complication of recent changes in Medicare Conditions of Participation to allow systems to unify medical staffs will also be analyzed. Why should you Attend: Hospitals are merging or being acquired continuously by expanding healthcare systems.Merging medical staffs is no less complicated than the financial side of system growth.Planning and preparation can guard against combined medical staff conflicts and liability.
  • 224 Request Info

    Therapeutic Implications When Working with Latino Immigrant Youth and Their Families

    Overview: This workshop will cover the "Pre-migration, Migration and Post-migration" experiences of the Latino youth crossing the border and its psychological impact on their ability to adjust and adapt in the United States. It begins with an overview of the pre-migration experiences in their native countries and factors that have lead to the great exodus to the United States. Issues of increase violence, murders, sexual assaults, abuse and extortion by local gangs will be addressed. The presentation then transitions into the topic of migration and the traumatic odyssey that many undocumented Latino youth experience traveling with a "coyote" through Central America and Mexico, crossing the border and for many who were captured by ICE, the experience of detention centers. True stories that were told to the presenter by Latino youth will be shared.
  • 225 Request Info

    National Practitioner Data Bank Expanded Reporting Parameters

    Overview: Hospitals must file a National Practitioner Data Bank report on any physician's surrender of privileges if an investigation is underway. This has always been a Data Bank reporting requirement, intended to discourage plea bargains which allowed physicians to avoid being reported if they agreed to waive hearing rights. Under the new Guidebook, expanded descriptions of "investigation" and "surrender" stretch what is to be considered a reportable surrender of privileges. OPPE and FPPE and other peer review can be affected, as are physicians ability to make practice decisions without inadvertently tripping Data Bank reporting triggers. Medical staff bylaws and policies need to be reworked under the new Data Bank Guidebook. Why should you Attend: Are you aware of the revisions to the National Practitioner Data Bank Guidebook? New and surprising government interpretations of the regulatory scheme have been recently published.
  • 226 Request Info

    HIPAA Plain & Simple, Stage 4, Cyber-Security Kick Off For your Organization

    Overview: In a hyperconnected healthcare world, what cyber protections have you put in place that allow your human resource assets to sleep at night? Irrespective of size, cyber security is as much about protecting small practice information network assets as it is about protecting complex information networks in large military hospitals and health systems. While failures are unavoidable, you can keep your network from collapsing in the event of an attack, and we will show you how. In this session, you will learn from small to large health care organizations who have built a controlled "attack plan" to put protections in place. Plans not only identified the outliers within their organization, but also helped leadership respond promptly, efficiently, and how to remediate the attack.
  • 227 Request Info

    Understanding the HIPAA Compliance Requirements

    Overview: I will address specific litigated cases I have worked where the covered entity had to pay out nasty fines to the Federal government and high settlements to patients affected by inappropriate usage of the EMR system - I will also address situations where the covered entity DID NOT receive any fines or judgements (even in the event of a breach or malicious actions) due to the fact they were using the systems in a "compliant manner" I will also be addressing how practice managers (or compliance offers) need to understand how to properly utilize the EMR system for HIPAA compliance. I will also address major changes under the Omnibus Rule and any other applicable updates for 2017 and beyond. There are an enormous amount of issues and risks for covered entities and business associates these days.
  • 228 Request Info

    HIPAA Breach Evaluation and Reporting - What Qualifies as a Reportable Breach and how to Report It

    Overview: The HIPAA Breach Notification Rule has been in effect since 2010 and has been significantly modified in 2013. We will discuss the origins of the rule and how it works, including interactions with other HIPAA rules and penalties for violations. Whenever there may be a privacy issue involving Protected Health Information, there may be a reportable breach under the HIPAA regulations. Not all privacy violations are reportable breaches, though, so it is essential to have a good process for evaluating incidents to see if they have resulted in a reportable breach. Any privacy rule violation that results in an acquisition, access, use, or disclosure of PHI in violation of the HIPAA Privacy Rule may be a breach, unless the incident is one of the defined exceptions from the definition.
  • 229 Request Info

    HIPAA vs. SAMHSA 42 CFR Part 2

    Overview: This session focuses on the issues of managing health information when it may involve substance abuse treatment information. HIPAA allows a number of disclosures without consent that SAMHSA prohibits without consent. First we will explain how HIPAA relates to information management and release and explain the processes required for various releases of information under the HIPAA rules, including release according to individual access requests, and under HIPAA authorizations. When substance abuse treatment information is involved, first you need to understand how to identify it. We will discuss how to make it distinguishable from "regular" health information, so that the appropriate extra protections can be provided.
  • 230 Request Info

    Creating the Lean Physician Practice

    Overview: This practical, how-to webinar session will clearly and succinctly provide an overview of the six proven "success steps" for implementing lean in any healthcare environment: with a special emphasis on the physician practice. This webinar will also provide insight on how to apply lean tools and techniques that can be used to improve both patient flow and billing processes two areas that are often ideal for focused improvement efforts. Lean techniques and concepts can help physician practices and other healthcare providers reduce the hidden costs of inefficient processes while improving patient and staff satisfaction. Topics and lean techniques discussed include learning how to map out and visualize patient and process flow; how to use visual signals to improve efficiency and productivity; how to identify and reduce waste (non-value added activities); and how to deliver greater value to patients using less resources.
  • 231 Request Info

    Webinar On Functional Assessment and Behavior Support Plans in an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility

    Overview: What is the cause of a behavior? Why do we do the things we do? We can ponder on questions like this for our own personal interest, but for those responsible for the care of patients with serious mental disorders and behavioral challenges, the question becomes much more pertinent. When dealing with challenging behaviors in a psychiatric facility (or other settings), we as clinicians are tasked with finding a way to: 1) identify the problem behavior; 2) have a hypothesis of the function of the behavior; 3) implement a plan that will reinforce a replacement behavior that will serve as incompatible or as an alternative to the identified problem. Each of these three steps can be a challenge and an opportunity to make progress in a patient's care. To add to the complexity of this situation, the inpatient hospital setting adds its own set of circumstances that may impede progress in behavioral management of a patient.
  • 232 Request Info

    Documentation Challenges in Behavioral Health

    Overview: This webinar will provide participants with an overview and in-depth examination of compelling documentation issues in behavioral health. Dr. Frederic Reamer will explore high-risk ethical issues and practical strategies designed to protect clients and practitioners. The webinar will explore a series of documentation challenges and explore practical steps that professionals can take to manage ethical issues skillfully and minimize risk. Key topics will include: The content of documentation Documentation wording Credibility issues related to documentation Accessing confidential records Record retention Responding to subpoenas Managing records in integrated health settings Dr. Reamer will discuss relevant ethical standards; statutes, regulations, and case law; and national practice standards related to documentation.
  • 233 Request Info

    Recent Developments in the Rorschach Inkblot Method

    Overview: This webinar provides an overview of recent developments in the Rorschach Inkblot method, specifically in terms of (a) its current research base, (b) comparison between the Comprehensive System and the Rorschach Performance Assessment System (R-PAS), and (c) considerations in selecting appropriate normative data. The webinar will provide a brief review of several aspects of contemporary Rorschach research, including interrater and test-retest reliability, as well as validity. In addition, you may be unsure about the specific differences between Exner's Comprehensive System (CS) and R-PAS. This webinar will detail several key differences between these two Rorschach systems and the implications of these differences. Selection of appropriate normative data is crucial for interpreting Rorschach results.
  • 234 Request Info

    Business & Practitioner Resilience in Clinical Practice

    This training introduces and discusses resilience in healthcare practice in five general areas. Each of the areas or modules is extremely important to the success and continued growth of your practice. Regardless of whether you are a general medical practitioner or a specialist in practice, or whether you are in a solo or group practice, working diligently and dealing effectively with ongoing adversity is your key to a more resilient practice.
  • 235 Request Info

    Webinar On Life Cycle of a Claim

    Generating, receiving, and processing medical claims is a highly complex process. Providers must gather information from many areas to produce a complete and accurate claim. The claim must be submitted either electronically or via paper, often through a clearinghouse, and the payor must be able to receive and load the claim into its adjudication system. The payor then needs to validate many components of the claim, such as member eligibility, provider network status, and claim accuracy and completeness. The payor must then apply the correct fee schedule and member benefits and cost sharing. Finally, the payor issues payment (or denies the claim) and issues a remittance advice to the provider and an explanation of benefits to the member. Generating, receiving, and processing medical claims is a highly complex process. Providers must gather information from many areas to produce a complete and accurate claim.
  • 236 Request Info

    An Overview of Medical Coding Systems: CPTs, HCPCS, DRGs, ICD-10, APCs

    Medical coding is the foundation of the US healthcare system. Medical codes are essential for billing and claims, reimbursement, healthcare analytics, risk scoring, physician compensation, among many other uses.Every claim includes multiple codes from various coding systems. This webinar explains the use of five of the most common schemes in use today: CPT and HCPCS codes, ICD-10 codes, DRGs, and APCs. For each system, we discuss how codes are assigned; where they appear on the claim; how they are used for billing and reimbursement; which types of claims are subject to each coding scheme; and other features of each system. We also provide tips for analyzing data containing these codes.
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    3-Hours Virtual Seminar - Social Media in Your Medical Practice: Benefits and Risks

    Research data repeatedly indicate that patient outcomes improve when patients are involved and engaged in their own healthcare. Social media can be the ideal opportunity to expand the patient-doctor relationship beyond the traditional face-to-face encounters. However, being aware of inadvertent disclosure of PHI, such as photos or videos, can result in fines and other penalties. To effectively manage this, healthcare organizations should provide HIPAA training to social media managers and conduct compliance checks with continued monitoring. According to a survey conducted January 2016, by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), cybersecurity and cybercrime tops the list of compliance and ethics professionals'hot topics.
  • 238 Request Info

    Webinar On HIPAA for Dummies: Boot Camp

    This lesson is going to get back to the basics using multiple real life scenarios and "what if's". My goal is to make this very confusing and not well explained law easy to understand for the typical staff member. I will uncover myths versus reality as it relates to this enigmatic law based on over 1000 risk assessments performed as well as years of experience in dealing directly with the Office of Civil Rights HIPAA auditors. I will also point out multiple court cases I have been affiliated with where a staff member of a hospital or clinic has been sued or even imprisoned! I will also speak to real life audits conducted by the Federal government (I've been on both sides of these audits) what your highest risks are for being fined (some of the risk factors may surprise you).
  • 239 Request Info

    HIPAA Violations - Social Media, Web Sites, Patient Reviews - Simple Compliance Steps to Avoid Danger

    Overview: This session will explain the HIPAA Rules for Web Sites and Social Media. The secret is - HIPAA Rules are easy to follow, step-by-step - when you know the steps. Why should you Attend: This webinar provides the guidance needed to use Web Sites and Social Media in healthcare and stay compliant with HIPAA. The HIPAA Rules, HHS/OCR guidance, Resolution Agreements provide a simple, easy to use blueprint using your Web Site and Social Media to engage patients and comply with HIPAA. Areas Covered in the Session: A clear explanation of the HIPAA Rules that apply to Health Care Provider Web Sites and Social Media How to keep your Web Site and Social Media dynamic, effective and follow simple HIPAA Rules HIPAA Rules for Web Sites and Social Media are clear, unequivocal and easy to follow. It only takes one look at a Health Care Provider's Web Site or Social Media page to find violations
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    3-Hour Virtual Seminar on HIPAA vs. SAMHSA 42 CFR Part 2

    This session focuses on the issues of managing health information when it may involve substance use disorder treatment information. HIPAA allows a number of disclosures without consent that SAMHSA prohibits without consent. First we will explain how HIPAA relates to information management and release and explain the processes required for various releases of information under the HIPAA rules, including release according to individual access requests, and under HIPAA authorizations. When substance use disorder treatment information is involved, first you need to understand how to identify it. We will discuss how to make it distinguishable from "regular" health information, so that the appropriate extra protections can be provided. You may be able to use functions in your EHR to flag the information, or you may create a manual process for tracking the information, if it is rarely handled in your organization.