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  • Tips to Avoid Practice Management Hypertension

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    Tips to Avoid Practice Management Hypertension

    Tips to Avoid Practice Management Hypertension

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  • Webinar #4 - Physician Extenders: Working with an NP or PA to Increase Profitability

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/08/2015

    Join Debra Phairas, of Practice Liability Consultants, for part four of the webinar series "Redesigning Your Practice to Improve Profitability." This series features four succinct webinars that will provide a range of strategies for physicians to improve profitability by redesigning some aspect of their medical practice.

    Physician Extenders: Working withan NP or PA to Increase Profitability
    Wednesday, April 4
    12:30 - 1:00 PM
    Online Webinar

    Synopsis
    Join Debra Phairas, of Practice Liability Consultants, forpart four of the webinar series "Redesigning Your Practice to ImproveProfitability."  This series features four succinct webinars that willprovide a range of strategies for physicians to improve profitability byredesigning some aspect of their medical practice. 

    Part Four: Physician Extenders: Working with an NP or PA toIncrease Profitability 

    Please note, this session will be recorded and availableon-demand for viewing afterwards.

    Price
    Members: Free
    Non-Members: $99.00

    Registration
    Register online by clicking "Add to Cart" below.

    About the Presenter
    Debra Phairas is President of Practice & LiabilityConsultants, a nationally recognized firm specializing in practice managementand  malpractice prevention. Her consulting experience includes over 1,700practices of all sizes and specialties, and her services range from practicestart-ups, practice assessments, financial analysis, revenue enhancement,overhead reduction, personnel management, partnership issues and recruitment supportfor hospitals and physician groups. She has presented seminars and lecturesnationwide. www.practiceconsultants.net

     


     

  • Webinar Series: Redesigning Your Practice to Improve Profitability

    Contains 1 Product(s)

    Join Debra Phairas, of Practice Liability Consultants, for a series of four succinct webinars that will provide a range of strategies for physicians to improve profitability by redesigning some aspect of their medical practice

    Join Debra Phairas, of Practice Liability Consultants, for a series of four succinct webinars that will provide a range of strategies for physicians to improve profitability by redesigning some aspect of their medical practice

    4 part series

  • Webinar #3 - How ICD-10 Changes Practice Workflows and Business Processes

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/18/2014

    Using those same areas from webinar #1, you will learn how to change the workflows and business processes of the practice for the implementation of ICD-10.

    Webinar #3 - How ICD-10 Changes Practice Workflows and Business Processes
    April 18, 2013
    12:15 pm-1:45 pm

     

    NOTE: ACCMA members and their office staff may attend this webinar free of charge. However, you practice must be registered for the ACCMA's comprehensive "Charting a Path to ICD-10" program. For more information and to register your practice, call 510-654-5383.

     

    Synopsis:
    Using those same areas from webinar #1, you will learn how to change the workflows and business processes of the practice for the implementation of ICD-10. Those areas are:
    • Clinical documentation
    • Claims information reporting via encounter forms or superbills
    • Quality Reporting
    • Public Health Reporting
    • Preauthorizations and Referrals

     

     

    Presenter:
    As founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, Mary Jean is a nationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator. Mary Jean assists healthcare professionals address and resolve management and business development issues. Her unique blend of administrative and clinical skills has earned her a reputation as an expert in managed care operations and reimbursement management. She is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding and billing and the practical seminars and workshops she presents to healthcare professionals. She was instrumental in developing the Certified Medical Billing Associate program, which credentials medical billers. She currently serves as an advisor to a number of billing and coding publications. Mary Jean has presented seminars and webinars for Bay Area medical societies for many years, and also for CMA.

  • ICD-10 Coding Webinars

    Contains 0 Product(s)

    Series of five webinars covering the chapters of the new ICD-10 coding books.

    Series of five webinars covering the chapters of the new ICD-10 coding books.

  • Webinar #5 - Collections, Contracting and Compliance

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Understand the rules and guidelines from the insurance companies. Know when and how to renegotiate. Develop your Billing Compliance Program.

    SYNOPSIS:
    This six part series provides solid training in billing and coding through a manageable sequence of seminars and webinars. Participants attend "Basic Training", a live in-person seminar at the ACCMA Offices, followed by five in-depth online webinars scheduled throughout September and October. This course is ideal for anyonenew to medical billing or for those that want to brush upon skills. This session covers:

    Understand the rules and guidelines from the insurance companies. Know when and how to renegotiate. Develop your Billing Compliance Program.

    PRESENTER:
    Mary Jean Sage is founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, and a nationally
    recognized speaker, consultant, and educator with more than 20 years experience providing management
    guidance to medical practices. Mary Jean is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding and billing, and for the practical seminars and workshops she presents to healthcare professionals.

  • Webinar #4 - Managing & Preventing Claims Denials

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/11/2013

    Understand the reasons why a claim may be denied, how to correct the claim, how to resubmit it, and guidance to prevent a claim from being denied in the first place.

    Billing and Coding Workshop
    Webinar #4 - Managing & Preventing Claims Denials

    Friday, October 5, 2012
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    Online Webinar

    Synopsis
    Understand the reasons why a claim may be denied, how to correct the claim, how to resubmit it, and guidance to prevent a claim from being denied in the first place.

    Price
    Basic Training: $249 (non-members: $499)
    Online Sessions: $49 per session (non-members: $249)
    Complete Package: $395 (non-members: $1095)

    Registration
    Register online by clicking "Add to Cart" below.

    About the Presenter
    This Practice & Liability Consultant seminar is presented by Mary Jean Sage, founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, and a nationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator with more than 20 years experience providing management guidance to medical practices. Mary Jean is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding and billing, and for the practical seminars and workshops she presents to healthcare professionals.

  • Webinar #1 E/M Coding

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Evaluation and Management Coding: Proper code selection, and documentation guidelines.

    SYNOPSIS:
    This six part series provides solid training in billing and coding through a manageable sequence of seminars and webinars. Participants attend "Basic Training", a live in-person seminar at the ACCMA Offices, followed by five in-depth online webinars scheduled throughout September and October. This course is ideal for anyone new to medical billing or for those that want to brush upon skills.This session will cover:

    Evaluation and Management Coding: Proper code selection, and documentation guidelines.

    PRESENTER:

    Mary Jean Sage is founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, and a nationallyrecognized speaker, consultant, and educator with more than 20 years experience providing management guidance to medical practices. Mary Jean is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding and billing, and for the practical seminars and workshops she presents to healthcare professionals.

  • Webinar #5 - Testing and Budgeting

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Testing is a final step before implementation; budgeting is a first step toward beginning implementation. But you can't budget before you are aware of all that is involved. Toward that end, we will begin by discussing the final phase of implementation (testing) and then discuss how you can plan your budget for all these phases or tasks.

    Webinar #5 - Testing and Budgeting
    June 13, 2013
    12:15 pm-1:45 pm

     

    NOTE: ACCMA members and their office staff may attend this webinar free of charge. However, you practice must be registered for the ACCMA's comprehensive "Charting a Path to ICD-10" program. For more information and to register your practice, call 510-654-5383.

     

    Synopsis:
    Testing is a final step before implementation; budgeting is a first step toward beginning implementation. But you can't budget before you are aware of all that is involved. Toward that end, we will begin by discussing the final phase of implementation (testing) and then discuss how you can plan your budget for all these phases or tasks. Testing will require consideration of:
    • Which transactions should be tested with ICD-10
    • Who should the practice test with
    • When the testing begin

    Budgeting will require consideration of:
    • Where will the expenses occur
    • What might those expenses be

     

     

    Presenter:
    As founding principal and Senior Consultant of The Sage Associates, Mary Jean is a nationally recognized speaker, consultant, and educator. Mary Jean assists healthcare professionals address and resolve management and business development issues. Her unique blend of administrative and clinical skills has earned her a reputation as an expert in managed care operations and reimbursement management. She is recognized nationally for her expertise in coding and billing and the practical seminars and workshops she presents to healthcare professionals. She was instrumental in developing the Certified Medical Billing Associate program, which credentials medical billers. She currently serves as an advisor to a number of billing and coding publications. Mary Jean has presented seminars and webinars for Bay Area medical societies for many years, and also for CMA.

  • Hospitalists: A Specialty with Unique Liability Risks

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/09/2013

    Almost 20 years ago, primary care physicians accepted assistance from independent contractors to help them manage their hospitalized patients; a new specialty emerged- hospital medicine. Communication breakdowns between hospitalists and consultants, nurses, diagnostic units, and patients may result in patient injury; incomplete "hand-offs" between treating hospitalists increases physician liability; and costly re-admissions may result if discharge plans and instructions are unclear

    Hospitalists: A Specialty with Unique Liability Risks
    Tuesday, April 9
    12:30 - 1:45 PM
    Online Webinar

    Synopsis
    Almost 20 years ago, primary care physicians accepted assistance from independent contractors to help them manage their hospitalized patients; a new specialty emerged- hospital medicine.

    According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, the percentage of internal medicine physicians identified as hospitalists increased from 5.9% in 1995 to 19.0% in 2006, with more than 30,000 currently practicing. Likewise, according to the Society of Hospital Medicine, 34,799 physicians identified themselves as hospitalists in 2012. This substantial growth rate, which now includes internists and specialists, carries with it unique liability risks as hospitalists assume the role as "gate-keeper" for inpatients' medical information, medical care, and medical follow-up.  Communication breakdowns between hospitalists and consultants, nurses, diagnostic units, and patients may result in patient injury; incomplete "hand-offs" between treating hospitalists increases physician liability; and costly re-admissions may result if discharge plans and instructions are unclear.

    This webinar will explore the most common allegations facing hospitalists and present ways to improve patient safety and decrease the hospitalist's liability exposure.Topics covered during this webinar include:

    • Liability concerns with admission and discharge;
    • Risks facing generalists who are asked to practice as specialists;
    • Review policies and procedures to improve patient hand-off;
    • Identify documentation challenges and discuss opportunities and methods of improvement; and
    • Identify ways to reduce avoidable re-admissions.

    Price
    Members: Free
    MIEC Insured: Free
    Non-Members: $149.00

    Registration
    Register online by clicking "Add to Cart" below.

    About the Presenter
    Dorothy Dukes has more than six years experience as a defense representative, claims reviewer, and paralegal for Dalkon Shield Claimants Trust in Richmond, Virginia. Before relocating to California, Ms. Dukes also served as a Family Mediator for the Supreme Court of (Richmond) Virginia. Prior to joining MIEC, Ms. Dukes was a department Supervisor for the American Arbitration Association in San Francisco, California, where she was employed for more than four years. She joined the Loss Prevention Department of the Medical Insurance Exchange of California in February 2001.  She was promoted to Senior Loss Prevention Representative in 2007.