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All continuing education events listed in the calendar below have been approved for CEUs by PAHCOM.

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CE Calendar

Date & Time Event CEUs Registration Information

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May 2019

May 7, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Role of Boards in Healthcare Compliance
Jennifer Gimler Brady, Partner and General Counsel at
Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP will discuss the compliance function of boards of healthcare entities during this presentation
webinar online
Presented by Jennifer Gimler Brady, Esq.
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
May 8, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
All-In-One Compliance Suites

Crozer-Keystone at Broomall
30 Lawrence Rd, Broomall, PA 19008
Meeting room = Conference Room

Please arrive early for networking with your fellow Chapter members.

Presented by Charlie Fricker - McKesson
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
May 8, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Orlando, FL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 9, 2019
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Medication Adherence

Medical Society of Delaware
900 Prides Crossing
Newark, DE 19713

Presented by Dr. Edward Sobel
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
May 9, 2019
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Shift Report: Mental Health Issues: Military, Veterans, and Their Families
Military service presents its own set of risks for a variety of mental health issues:

• post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

• traumatic brain injury (TBI)

• depression and suicide

• substance abuse

• interpersonal violence

• transitioning from combat back to home life
GoToWebinar
Presented by Excelsior College
Hosted by Excelsior College
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
May 14, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Manchester, NH
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 15, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Communicable Disease Awareness for Outpatient Care Settings: Strategies to Prepare for a Potential Measles Outbreak

NMC University Center (Suite 212) - Dendrinos Drive off of Cass Road near South Airport Road.
Presented by Erin Johnson, BSN, RN, Public Health Nurse, Disease Control and Prevention Program Supervisor; Jackie Money-Bruno, Disease Control and Prevention Coordinator, Grand Traverse County Health Department
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
May 15, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
Nebraska Health Partners

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Presented by Geri Schmid
Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
May 15, 2019
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Mountain Time Zone
CMGMA Payer Meeting

GO TO CMGMA.COM TO REGISTER

Presented by VARIOUS
Hosted by Pikes Peak Colorado Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
May 15, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
W. Palm Beach, FL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 15, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
Maximize Your Revenue with 3 Key Medical Billing KPIs
Wondering how your practice can increase revenue, but don’t know where to start? It’s an all too common problem amongst independent medical practices. You’re so busy managing the day-to-day, you don’t have the time or resources to research current revenue cycle management best practices. But what if we told you that you don’t need any fancy solutions to increase your earning potential?

Wesley Stolp, Kareo’s Solutions Director for the Managed Billing service, will teach you how to analyze your practice’s financial health, using the tools you already have to help you get paid and save time.

Presented by Wesley Stolp, Solutions Director for the Managed Billing service
Hosted by Kareo
1.0 Register Here
949-247-5523
CEU Request
May 15, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Evolution of MIPS

St Luke's Hospital - Allentown
Wieand Conference Room (3rd Floor)
* directions to Wieand Conference Room: enter St Luke's 1st floor (from parking lot, follow hall to the right (same as you would to go to the Dimming Center), go past Dimming Center to the elevators, once on the elevators go to 3rd floor, the Wieand Center is to your left.

* free parking in parking garage

Presented by Linda Benner
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
May 16, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Burlington, VT
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 16, 2019
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Chapter Meeting

2555 Court Drive Suite 400
Gastonia, NC 28054

Sandra Childers is a Financial Wellness Consultant for BB&T and will be at our meeting to share with us what they offer that could help business and our staff.

Presented by Sandra Childers-BB&T
Hosted by Lexington North Carolina Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
May 21, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Recognizing & Defusing Aggressive Behavior Before Violence Erupts
Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS, Senior Consultant & COO of Sorensen, Wilder & Associates presents this timely webinar. As acts of violence against healthcare workers continues to increase at epidemic rates, every healthcare worker must be trained to recognize and defuse aggression before they become a victim of violence.
webinar online
Presented by Steven S. Wilder, BA, CHSP, STS, Senior Consultant & COO
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
May 22, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
Cyber Security

601 E Daily Drive
Suite 129
Camarillo, CA 93010

Presented by David Rice, Diamond IT
Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
May 22, 2019
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
How to maximize the impact of life science reps and resources at your practice
If you manage a medical office, you know it is more critical than ever to stay in regular contact with the life science reps who can keep you up-to-date on current medical practice and technology.
But dealing with reps can be a major workflow disruption that can cost your practice time and money.
Unwanted walk-ins, disruptive phone calls, last second cancellations, unexpected no-shows, and the constant hassle of trying to find the reps you need when you need them can cost you and your staff hours of wasted time and work.
Fortunately, there’s now a practical, proven way to manage all your life science reps and resources and seamlessly connect your practice to the precise life science experts you need, when you need them.

Presented by James Dwyer
Hosted by RxVantage
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
May 23, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Tampa, FL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 29, 2019
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Human Resources-Work, Life, Balance!

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by Cara Powers, Vice Pres. and Deputy Chief Legal Officer
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
May 29, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Alexandria, VA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 29, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
May 30, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Miami, FL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328

June 2019

June 5, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Best Practices for Implementing PHI Security
William McBorrough is co-Founder and Chief Security Advisor at MCGlobalTech. This presentation will review security trends in the healthcare industry over the last year and present current top cybersecurity threats to healthcare organizations and patients. The audience will also learn strategies and best practices for combating those threats and protecting patients.
webinar online
Presented by William McBorrough, co-Founder and Chief Security Advisor at MCGlobalTech
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
June 6, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Taunton, Ma
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 6, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Central Time Zone
Optimizing your medical assisting staff
For the very best in patient care and appropriate reimbursements, physician practices in primary care and in all specialties rely on qualified, well-trained staff to keep a busy office running smoothly. Patients won’t be happy and healthy if the staff is stretched and stressed or burned out. To help, when medical assistants operate at the top of scope of their practice to support providers, medical assistants are crucial for allowing physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician’s assistants to keep their focus on direct patient care. This webinar offers practical advice on what skill sets and roles you should expect from a qualified medical assistant. We offer real-world case studies and a list of MA competencies you can download.
Rosemont, Illinois
Presented by Mary Spila MS, CAE
Hosted by American Medical Technologists
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
June 11, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Pacific Time Zone
Free Webinar: See New Data on Benefits of PRM Software for Healthcare Providers
Healthcare providers who don’t use patient relationship management (PRM) technology say it’s because they worry about the cost and lack of time to manage it according to a new study. The study also showed that medical organizations that do use PRM see a wide range of benefits from higher revenue to improved patient outcomes.
online
Presented by Lea Chatham
Hosted by Solutionreach
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
June 12, 2019
7:30 am - 8:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Summer Break - No Meeting

Happy Summer. We have NO meeting the second Tuesday of June. We hope to see you in July where the meeting topic is "Compliance".
Presented by none
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
June 12, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Marketing for Your Practice

8200 Professional Place
Suite 104
Hyattsville, MD 20785

Presented by Ray and Katie Stickel
Hosted by Rockville Maryland Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
June 13, 2019
7:30 am - 10:00 am
Mountain Time Zone
AVOID GETTING TRAPPED IN THE "BUSY" AND FOCUS ON BEING PRODUCTIVE


Expect to learn how to handle the following from Annie:

1. Stop Doing Everything: What's Really Important?
2. Prioritization Means Doing The "Big Rocks"
3. Using Meetings More Productively; Getting More Things Done!
4. Energy, Attitude, Stress and Balance During the Busy Times

2420 East Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Cuchara Room

NETWORKING AND BREAKFAST AT 7:30am
PROGRAM 8am to 10am

RSVP - Green Button Below
Members $0, Guests $25

RSVP: http://www.pahcom.com/education/meeting-rsvp.php?meetingId=6188

Presented by ANNIE MOATS
Hosted by Pikes Peak Colorado Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
June 13, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Somerset, NJ
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 13, 2019
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Medicare Spending Per Beneficiary

Medical Society of Delaware
900 Prides Crossing
Newark, DE 19713

Presented by Barbara Vugrinec from Health Visions Delmarva
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
June 18, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
How to Navigate the Ever-Changing Anti-Harassment Regulations
Patricia M. Clendening, President of HR Strategies, LLC presents this timely webinar. New regulations are impacting employers regarding discrimination in employment and more specifically harassment prevention. How can employers learn about these changes and what do they need to do to ensure they provide a workplace that is harassment-free? What are the training requirements, if any. What are the reporting requirements, if any? What additional resources are available for alleged victims and what can employers do to be proactive, address offensive behaviors and conduct impartial investigations? Join us for this informative webinar and have these and other questions answered.
webinar online
Presented by Patricia M. Clendening, President of HR Strategies, LLC
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
June 19, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
The Opioid Crisis in Northern Michigan

D/Lt. Benjamin Garrison of the Special Investigation Division, Diversion Investigation Unit of the Michigan State Police will present on the Opioid Crisis in the state and in our region.
Presented by D/Lt. Benjamin J. Garrison
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
June 19, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
TBD

TBD
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
June 19, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
Elaron

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Presented by Liz Kennedy
Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
June 20, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Central Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
St. Louis, MO
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 20, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Troy, MI
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 26, 2019
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Risk Management

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
June 26, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Rockville, MD
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 27, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Hasbrouck Heights, NJ
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
June 27, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Baltimore, MD
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328

July 2019

July 2, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Albany, NY
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 2, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mountain Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Boise, ID
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 9, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Central Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Des Moines, IA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 10, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Compliance Toolbox

Crozer-Keystone at Broomall
30 Lawrence Rd, Broomall, PA 19008
Meeting room = Conference Room

Please arrive early for networking with your fellow Chapter members.

Presented by Kathryn Eiler
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
July 10, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Got Diversity. Get Inclusion! and the pending FLSA Changes
Warren Cook, President and CEO of SymbianceHR will be leading this informative webinar. Attendees will enjoy learning about building an inclusive workforce through application of strategies and out of the box thinking that creates a competitive advantage. We dismiss the myths, explain the facts, and provide guidance that you can use today. The audience will also benefit from a brief overview of the pending FLSA changes and the impact on your business.
webinar online
Presented by Warren Cook, President and CEO of SymbianceHR
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
July 11, 2019
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Legislative Updates for Medical Practices

Medical Society of Delaware
900 Prides Crossing
Newark, DE 19713

Presented by Andrew Wilson
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
July 12, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Pittsburgh, PA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 12, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Central Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Albuquerque, NM
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 17, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
How Health Plan Designs are Impacting Outcomes, Patient Access and Practice Finances

With increasing deductibles and more patient out of pocket costs, practices need to find more creative and innovative means for collecting funds. This session will discuss numerous issues that are arising due to the new insurance plan designs and help us to find better means for managing them.

NMC University Center - Dendrinos Drive off of Cass Road near South Airport Road.

Presented by Gregory VandenBosch and Amy O'Meara Chambers from Health Bridge
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
July 17, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
With this ring

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Presented by PATTY GOULD
Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
July 18, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Central Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Metairie, LA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 18, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mountain Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Idaho Falls, ID
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 18, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Central Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Salt Lake City, UT
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 23, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Managing Drug Use in the Workplace
Lauren E.M. Russell, attorney for Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP leads this webinar. A summary of relevant considerations when managing employee drug use in the workplace, whether legal or illegal.
webinar online
Presented by Lauren E.M. Russell, esq. at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
July 24, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Everett, WA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 24, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
TBD

601 E Daily Drive
Suite 129
Camarillo, CA 93010

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
July 25, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Tacoma, WA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 26, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Las Vegas, NV
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 30, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Portland, ME
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 30, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Olympia, WA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 30, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Rochester, NY
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
July 31, 2019
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Technology and Data Management-Office 365/Excel Presentation

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by Robin Coale, MHA-Principle Education & Support
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
July 31, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Medicare & Private Insurance Changes and Updates Conference
Annually there are State and Federal law changes that a healthcare provider needs to be aware of. New policies, laws and regulations have an impact on healthcare practices. Each individual State establishes a scope of practice for healthcare practices. To practice according to local laws, practice staff must know and stay on top of legal parameters in their state. The course deals with legal responsibilities, including but not limited to laws and rules governing the healthcare practices. Further the course has a focus on ethical practices management, effective communication with patients and time management.

National Provider Compliance Corporation (NPCC) shall ensure that the course meets the required criteria. Our Course pertains to the legal requirement governing the licensee in the areas of auxiliary employment and delegation of responsibilities; the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA); The Federal False Claims Act; Physician Self-Referral; Red Flag Program; Anti-kickback Law and actual delivery of care.

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) set in motion new provider payment rules that went into effect January 1, 2017 with significant implications for clinicians. MACRA directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services to implement reforms to tie physician payment updates to quality, value, and participation in alternative payment/delivery models. The law fundamentally changed how Medicare pays clinicians who participate in the program and established two tracks for Medicare reimbursement: the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs).

While the first year for MACRA implementation is 2019, the performance tracking period began January 1, 2017. Thus, performance in 2017 will determine positive or negative payment adjustments in 2019. Accordingly, providers must begin preparing now for MACRA implementation to ease the transition and to position them for success.

Finally, that the course content pertains to the legal and ethical aspects of the insurance industry, to include management of third party payer issues, billing practices, patient and provider appeals of payment disputes and patient management of billing matters.
Portland, ME
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328

August 2019

August 14, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Marketing Your Practice

Crozer-Keystone at Broomall
30 Lawrence Rd, Broomall, PA 19008
Meeting room = Conference Room

Please arrive early for networking with your fellow Chapter members.

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
August 21, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Planning for Physician Retirements

NMC University Center - Dendrinos Drive off of Cass Road near South Airport Road.
Presented by Stacey Hettiger, MSMS
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
August 21, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
Open

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
August 28, 2019
12:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Mini Seminar

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Lunch 11:00-12:00
Seminar 12:00-4:45

Presented by Joseph Valvona, DSP Consulting
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
4.0 Chapter Info

September 2019

September 18, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Preparing for a Malpractice Suit

Learn what to expect if your practice receives a notice of intent and what next steps if it progresses into an actual lawsuit.

NMC University Center (Suite 212)- Dendrinos Drive off of Cass Road near South Airport Road.

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 18, 2019
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Central Time Zone
The hauge Group

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Presented by Nancy Baker and Chad Breienbach
Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 25, 2019
8:00 am - 10:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Business Management; Raise the Bar - Planning, Setting & Achieving Goals

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by Benjamin McCall, Sinclair Workforce Development
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 25, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
TBD

601 E Daily Drive
Suite 129
Camarillo, CA 93010

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 26, 2019
12:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
NE Regional Conference-Day 1

One and a half day Conference hosted by the Delco, Delaware, Maryland and Lehigh Chapters.

September 26-27, 2019 More info forthcoming.

Presented by Multiple
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
4.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 26, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
2019 Practice Intelligence Symposium

Embassy Suites
Newark, DE

Presented by Two Day Conference
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
6.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 27, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
2019 Practice Intelligence Symposium

Embassy Suites
Newark, DE

Presented by Two Day Conference
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
6.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 27, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
NE Regional Conference-Day 2

One and a half day Conference hosted by the Delco, Delaware, Maryland and Lehigh Chapters.

September 26-27, 2019 More info forthcoming.

Presented by Multiple
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
7.0 Chapter Info
RSVP

October 2019

October 4, 2019
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Annual Seminar/Vendor Fair

A complete list of speakers and topics will be forthcoming.
Presented by Various
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
6.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
October 16, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Election Process

TBA
Presented by Stephanie Hanzl, RN, CMM
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
October 30, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Finance

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by Raymond Hawkins, Huntington Merchant Services
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP

November 2019

November 20, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
Open

9239 W Center Rd
Ste 211
Omaha NE 68124-1900
402-399-9305 ext 111
402-397-3191 FAX

Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
November 27, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Patient Clinical Education and Practice Marketing

Miami Valley Hospital South
2400 Miami Valley Dr
Centerville, Ohio 45459

Conference Room #1315

Registration, Breakfast 8:00-8:30
Meeting 8:30

Presented by TBD
Hosted by Dayton Ohio Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP

December 2019

December 5, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Annual Holiday Dinner

TBA
Presented by TBA
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info

January 2020

February 2020