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    MBTI® Certification Training from The Myers & Briggs Foundation

    Enhance your skills and gain 28 CE's with MBTI Certification from the exclusive provider - The Myers & Briggs Foundation, continuing the pioneering work of Isabel Briggs Myers, the author of the MBTI assessment.
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    Course Online Introduction to ECG (EKG)

    We offer a fully accredited, self-paced online Introduction to Electrocardiography (ECG) course. This course combines an interactive study experience with the convenience of the Internet. Master the principles of electrocardiography with our online Introduction to ECG course.
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    Nursing CEU Courses

    Online nursing continuing education courses accredited for Nursing Contact Hours. All of our online nursing courses are free to take. Pay only if you want a CE certificate. Printable online certificates available 24/7. Contact Hours accepted in all 50 states. Corexcel is accredited as a Provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
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    Medical Coding - Online Course

    Accredited self-paced online Medical Coding training. This course covers ICD-10, HCPCS, and CPT and is approved by the AAPC. Students can enroll at any time and complete the course at their pace. Begin learning Medical Coding today!
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    Webinar on Brand Imaging - How to Manage Brand Integrity, Prevention of Oversaturation and Endorsements

    Overview: The topic is to educate prospects who are interested in gaining knowledge of how brands survive the competitive industry, by introduction, avoiding oversaturation within a "trend" or passing through as a "fad". This topic will explain how build a strong brand, to discipline and manage a brand to always stay surfaced and captivating as well as going about endorsements and exposure. Why should you attend: The participant will learn the tricks and trades to the industry of how the beauty/cosmetic industry functions and generates billions of dollars per product development and marketing. They would benefit in gaining educational information that would typically cost years of schooling, education and experience to learn. Areas Covered in the Session: Understanding the difference between "trends" and "fads" Trend behavior over a decade period Building a strong brand Prevention in over exposure General endorsements within the cosmetic industry
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    Webinar on What Did I Do Wrong?! Legal and Ethical Analysis of State Licensure Board Complaints Against Physical Therapists

    Overview: Today's diverse, fast-changing, multidisciplinary health care environment in health involves many health care professionals who work together for the common goal of the patient. This includes physicians, nurses, physical therapists, and others. Like physicians and nurses, physical therapists as health care practitioners obtained an education, passed applicable examinations, completed professional training, and hold a license to practice their chosen profession of physical therapy. The license to practice is issued by the state agency which has exclusive jurisdiction over this health care practitioner. Thereafter, the state's authority and power over the physical therapist often presents challenges to that professional that are not easy to navigate. Their governing state agency routinely handles, investigates, and dismisses- or prosecutes - alleged violations of law that can be career ending for the physical therapist if pursued.
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    Webinar on Science of Safe Care: Understanding Patient Centered Care

    Overview: Medical errors may be unpreventable, but preventing harm to the patient is often an option. Unfortunately no progress has taken place over the last decade in reducing the preventable medical mishaps. In 1998, the landmark IOM study estimated 98,000 preventable fatalities per year. The latest research shows an estimate of 210,000 to 440,0000 preventable fatalities a year! Paradoxically, healthcare continues to be decades behind other industries in terms of creating safer systems. Errors in healthcare are usually provoked by weak or inadequate systems within and across healthcare organizations. Why should you attend: Patient safety is elemental to Hippocratic Oath and fundamental to quality in healthcare. Improving patient safety, reducing medical errors and providing comprehensive quality care is a challenge faced by healthcare organizations globally.
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    Webinar on Healthcare Marketing: Beyond the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Regulations

    Overview: Because the Anti-Kickback Statute is so broad it what it proscribes, healthcare organizations, conducting what would be normal marketing activities in other industries, have run afoul of the Statute on numerous occasions. The Statute and the regulations only tell part of the story. This program will review not only the Statute and its safe harbors, but will provide an in-depth overview of OIG guidance and advisory opinions dealing with marketing activities, as well as a review of case law regarding marketing behavior. Why should you attend: If your organization, be it a hospital, physician practice, DME provider, or any other provider offering healthcare services or supplies, engages in marketing its product or services, care must be taken to ensure that the organization does not run afoul of the Anti-Kickback Statute.
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    Webinar on HIPAA and the Medical Practice

    Overview: This lesson will be addressing what a medical practice needs to do to get its HIPAA house in order before the imminent audits occur. It will also address major changes under the Omnibus Rule and any other applicable updates for 2015. There are an enormous amount of issues and risks for covered entities and business associates under Omnibus, first and foremost being the Feds have and increased budget and enforcement abilities using outsourcing. Why should you attend: Protect your practice and be prepared for the eminent Federal audits! Court cases that are changing the landscape of HIPAA and patient’s ability to sue under state law for wrongful disclosures of PHI. HIPAA Omnibus - Do you know what's involved and what you need to do? How to have an affective HIPAA compliance program New laws and funding mean increased risk! What does Omnibus mean for covered entities and business associates? Why should you be concerned?
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    Webinar on The Risk Assessment Process

    Overview: A properly implemented program of risk assessments can assist in the prevention of injuries, fatalities, property damage incidents and other losses. This not only helps to prevent human loss and suffering, but also assists the effective management and finance of any business or organization. The process will also help to protect the organizations commercial reputation. This course is based on the "Five Steps" approach to Risk Assessment: Identifying the hazards Identifying who may be harmed Estimating the Risk and ensuring that it is Low Enough Existing controls Evaluating Remaining Risk Identifying Additional Control Measures Recording the findings Review and Revising the Assessment A significant proportion of the Webinar involves looking at a series of "real life" situation and identifying what the associated hazards are.
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    Webinar on Conducting a Breach Investigation

    Overview: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, otherwise known as HIPAA, has requirements for Healthcare Covered Entities to conduct a Breach investigation when a patient’s record has been compromised. In order to meet the requirements of the Federal Government, each organization has to conduct a Breach Investigation. Sometimes, there is grey area as to whether or not a situation is or is not a breach, but the law is very clear. In January of 2013, the Government released the HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule which changed the definition of a Breach, and some of the definitions and requirements for Health Care Covered Entities. Every breach, regardless of how many individuals records have been affected, has to be reported to the Federal Government at some point in time. Depending on the circumstances, the Government may wish to conduct their own investigation of a breach.
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    Webinar on Key Factors to Develop HIPAA Policies and Procedures

    Overview: One of the major requirements of the health care organization to be HIPAA compliant is to develop and implement a set of HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures. This can be a daunting task for those not knowing where to start and what a set of HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures should look like. For the cost conscious health care organization, the HIPAA policies and procedures can have multiple uses: first, they can become a basis for training the health care organization workforce; second, they can be used as a basis for conducting a HIPAA self-assessment; and third, they can be used to demonstrate due diligence should there be a breach or an external HIPAA compliance audit. In today's world it is not necessary that the health care organization spend significant funds to develop a set of HIPAA privacy and security policies and procedures from scratch.
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    Webinar on Omnibus (Mega) Rule Changes to HIPAA & the HITECH Act and What They Mean to Covered Entities and Business Associates

    Overview: The Omnibus Rule finalizes the modifications to the HIPAA Privacy Rule, Security Rule, and enforcement rules to implement many of the privacy, security, and enforcement provisions of the HITECH Act and to make other changes to the Rules, modifies the breach notification rule, and finalizes the modifications to the HIPAA Privacy Rule to strengthen privacy protections for genetic information. Generally speaking, covered entities and business associates will have until September 23, 2013, to comply with these new provisions. This 60-minute webinar gives you an excellent overview of the new rule changes. Learn what actions to take now to achieve HIPAA compliance with the new Omnibus Rule, to pass an audit or an investigation, and to avoid civil money penalties and criminal convictions.
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    Webinar on HIPAA Changes and How To Comply

    Overview: This lesson will be addressing the major changes under the Omnibus Rule and any other applicable updates for 2015. There are an enormous amount of issues and risks for covered entities and business associates under Omnibus, first and foremost being the Feds have and increased budget and enforcement abilities using outsourcing. There will also be first-hand accounts of patients suing for wrongful disclosures and how we are all at risk. Why should you attend: HIPAA Omnibus – Do you know what’s involved and what you need to do? What does Omnibus mean for covered entities and business associates? Why should you be concerned? Court cases that are changing the landscape of HIPAA and patient’s ability to sue
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    Webinar on HIPAA Rules for New Patient Attraction Websites, Testimonials, Social Media

    Overview: Attracting New Patients is essential for growing and sustaining a Health Care Provider's Practice. Patient Attraction is a big business leading many providers, without knowing it, to commit highly visible HIPAA violations. Key patient attraction tools like websites, social media, patient satisfaction surveys, email and text messaging are all subject to HIPAA rules that are frequently overlooked or ignored. This webinar will explain HIPAA Rules that apply to frequently used marketing tools for Patient Attraction and Explain how to avoid HIPAA violations regarding: Provider websites Patient Testimonials Social Media Patient Communications and Surveys
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    Webinar on The Top 10 HIPAA Compliance Issues: Tackling the most likely Issues to Land you in Hot Water

    Overview: For many years, HIPAA enforcement was not taken seriously, and enforcement actions used to consist of little more than a slap on the wrist and some advice on what to do better the next time. But all that has changed, and now the US Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights has begun vigorous enforcement of the HIPAA regulations, and is not hesitant about applying multi-million dollar fines. Now that the rules have been in place for more than ten years, the days of advice and counseling have been replaced by a hard-nosed enforcement attitude, where HHS OCR is ready to make health care organizations that violate the rules feel some pain for their actions. If your organization is not ready, the HIPAA rules have new, significantly higher fines, including mandatory minimum fines of $10,000 for willful neglect of compliance.
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    Webinar on Navigating Ethics and Law for Mental Health Professionals: Ethical Practice, Risk Management, and Professional Codes of Ethics

    Overview: Mental health care practitioners work in today's diverse, fast-changing, multidisciplinary health care environment. Nowhere but in mental health is there such diversity of clinicians who provide the same or similar services of counseling and therapy. Yet each individual mental health profession has a unique education, training, and experience requirement for practice. The state's authority and power over mental health practitioners often presents challenges to mental health professionals that are not easy to navigate. All mental health practitioners must adhere to standards of state law which govern their professional practices, including the doctor-patient relationship. Codes of ethics and state law may both apply to govern the conduct of this clinician. Complaints that are received and investigated by a state agency leave the mental health practitioner with an uncertain process to handle the state action against them.
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    Webinar on Drugs 101: Recognizing and Responding to Substance-Related Disorders in College Students

    Overview: College life can be stressful and students sometimes use drugs and alcohol to cope. In addition, alcohol is a central aspect of the college social scene and binge drinking has increased at significant rates. Prescription drug use and marijuana use are also increasing at alarming rates and the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse reports that almost 2 million college students meet the medical criteria for substance abuse and dependence. This presentation will focus on college students' use and abuse of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs such as Adderall and OxyContin. Participants will learn the effects and side effects of the different substances and the reasons why students use and like them. Risks of use and negative consequences will be examined and relevant treatment and mental health resources will be explored. Participants will also learn when and how to make appropriate referrals to counseling, accessibility services, and student conduct.
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    Webinar on ObamaCare Takes Aim at Healthcare Fraud and Abuse

    Overview: This webinar will discuss the various anti-fraud and abuse provisions of the Affordable Care Act and will discuss the actions of that should be taken to minimize enforcement activities. Medicare it is a higher risk Federal program and has been designated as such by the GEN accountability office since 1990. Its vast size and complexity make it vulnerable to fraud, waste and abuse. Lewis Morris, chief counsel to the Office of Inspector General, Department Of Health and Human Services, testifying before the Senate Finance Committee in 2009, stated, "Although we cannot measure the full extent of the health care fraud in Medicare and Medicaid, everywhere we look we continue to find fraud in these programs." Conservative estimates indicate that as much as $60 billion of total national health care spending is fraudulent. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, federal investigators have found that the Medicare System is being infiltrated by criminals and organized crime.
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    Webinar on Advanced FMV Compensation Issues For Stark Group Practices

    verview: This webinar will investigate Stark compliance and valuation implications unique to the group practice and direct employment models and will discuss recent legal developments that further illustrate these concepts. Why should you Attend: Given the substantial awards and settlements in recent Stark Law enforcement actions, Stark Law compliance has become more than just a compliance issue: it is an enterprise risk management issue. Ensuring and documenting compliance with the hyper-technical requirements for being a Stark group practice is a prudent practice that will enhance defensibility in the event a group practice’s compensation arrangements are ever challenged. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has specifically noted in agency commentary that group practices that choose to take advantage of Stark’s special treatment should at all times be prepared to demonstrate compliance with the relevant statutory and regulatory standards.