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August 2019

August 6, 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.
Pasadena, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 6, 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.
Fresno, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 8, 2019
7:30 am - 10:00 am
Mountain Time Zone
Do You Understand the CMS Imaging Requirements - If Not You Must Attend!

Objectives:
1. Understand the new CMS criteria that is effective 1/1/2020 for ordering imaging.
2. Understand appropriate use criteria for advanced diagnostic imaging.
3. Understand basic functionality of CDS (clinical decision support)
4. Recognize common acronyms and understand what they represent
5. Identify the timeline for implementation and recognize the approved mechanisms.
6. Articulate the benefits of AUC/CDS and outline next steps.

Location: Memorial Administration
Center (MAC)
2420 East Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

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 Renee Ward, CEO PENRAD Imaging
Hosted by Pikes Peak Colorado Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
August 8, 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.
San Diego
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 8, 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.
Sacramento, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 8, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Compliance

Medical Society of Delaware
Presented by Kathryn Eiler CMM HITCM-PP
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
August 8, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
HIPAA and Health Apps
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C., Houston, TX, will lead this timely webinar. As technology evolves and features are adopted by healthcare consumers, so the need arises for either new laws and/or guidance on existing laws. This webinar highlights the Privacy Rule and Security Rule in the context of the marketing and sale of PHI and addresses the new HHS FAQs on Health Apps. Finally, risk mitigation techniques for executives and board members alike round out the presentation.
webinar online
Presented by Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C.
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
August 14, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Going Beyone Annual Staff Reviews

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 Jill Venskytis, CMM, HITCM-PP
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
August 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.
Greenville, SC
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 20, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act (EKRA): Summary and Status
Elizabeth Sullivan, Esq. and Emily A. Johnson, Esq. of McDonald Hopkins LLC co-present this informative webinar. On October 2018, the Eliminating Kickbacks in Recovery Act (EKRA) was signed into law as part of the larger SUPPORT Act. It is an important piece of legislation impacting the healthcare industry, as a violation is punishable by a fine of up to $200,000 and/ or imprisonment of up to 10 years for each occurrence. We will be discussing a wide range of topics related to EKRA
webinar online
Presented by Elizabeth Sullivan, Esq. and Emily A. Johnson, Esq. of McDonald Hopkins LLC
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
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
RSVP
August 21, 2019
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Central Time Zone
Simply Well Health Management

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

Presented by Mike Demman
Hosted by Heartland Nebraska Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
August 21, 2019
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
Addressing the Data Security Risks of Cloud-Based Software
As technology continues to advance, cloud-based solutions are being touted more than ever. However, moving your data to an invisible space probably seems scary. It surely can’t be as safe as storing all of your important documents on your company servers, right?

Kareo’s Security Team, Jesse Salmon (Information Security Manager) and Tim Nabhani (Security Architect), will go over some of the biggest risks and misconceptions in data security as it relates to the cloud. They will also share some key security measures to look for when evaluating a cloud-based solution.

Presented by Jesse Salmon, Information Security Manager & Tim Nabhani, Security Architect
Hosted by Kareo
1.0 Register Here
949-247-5523
CEU Request
August 21, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Are you Audit Ready?

7505 New Hampshire Avenue
Suite 314
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Presented by Coley Bennett, CMM, CHA
Hosted by Rockville Maryland Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
August 22, 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.
Anaheim, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 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.
Atlanta, GA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 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.
Cincinnati, OH
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 28, 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.
Thousand Oaks, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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
RSVP
August 29, 2019
8:30 am - 12:29 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.
Sherman Oaks, CA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
August 29, 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.
Oklahoma City, OK
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328

September 2019

September 4, 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.
Austin, TX
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 5, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Alaska 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.
Anchorage, AK
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 10, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Understanding the Healthcare Quality Measurement Data Landscape: "Data is the New Oil"
Reid Kiser, MS, is the founder and chief consultant of Kiser Healthcare Solutions, LLC, (KHS). This presentation provides a deeper understanding of the healthcare quality measure landscape and is specifically focused on the various data sources available and frequently used. An overview of the different measure types will be tied to the different data sources that may be used as well as understanding the strengths and weaknesses of each data type. In closing, a glimpse into the future of what quality measurement may look like will be provided by the presenter based on current trends and insights.
webinar online
Presented by Reid Kiser, MS, founder and chief consultant of Kiser Healthcare Solutions, LLC
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
September 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.
Manhattan, NY
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 13, 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.
Houston, TX
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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 18, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Five Threats Facing Health Care industry

7505 New Hampshire Avenue
Suite 314
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Presented by Lisa Chua, HICP/CISA
Hosted by Rockville Maryland Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 18, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Cultural Competency

7505 New Hampshire Avenue
Suite 314
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Presented by Keely Walston, LCSW-C
Hosted by Rockville Maryland Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 19, 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.
San Antonio, TX
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 19, 2019
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Chapter Meeting

2666 Court Drive
Gastonia, NC

Hosted by Lexington North Carolina Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 24, 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.
Fresh Meadows, NY
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 24, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Joint Commission (JCAHO): Inspiring Healthcare Excellence
Chad Larson, our speaker today, is the Executive Director of the Hospital Accreditation Program in the Division of Accreditation and Certification Operations at The Joint Commission. Aimed at providing hospital administrators, compliance officers, physician and nurse staff and others an update as to how The Joint Commission is making their mark in healthcare as a performance improvement organization and not just an accreditation organization.
webinar online
Presented by Chad Larson, Executive Director, Hospital Accreditation Program, Division of Accreditation and Certification Operations, The Joint Commission
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
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
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.
Hauppauge, NY
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 25, 2019
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mountain - AZ 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.
Sedona, AZ
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
September 25, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
Accounting Best Practices for Medical Offices

601 E Daily Drive
Suite 129
Camarillo, CA 93010

Presented by Karen Willis
Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
1.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
September 26, 2019
8:00 am - 5:45 pm
Eastern Time Zone
NE Regional Conference-Day 1

One and a half day Conference hosted by the Delco, Delaware, Maryland and Lehigh Chapters. Including Pre-conference workshop or CMM exam.

September 26-27, 2019 Full information can be found at: www.practiceintelligence2019.com

Presented by Practice Intelligence Symposium
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 26, 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.
Dallas, TX
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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. Including Pre-conference workshop or CMM exam.

September 26-27, 2019 Full information can be found at: www.practiceintelligence2019.com

Presented by Practice Intelligence Symposium
Hosted by Delco 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
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mountain - AZ 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.
Phoenix, AZ
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328

October 2019

October 1, 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.
Raleigh, NC
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
October 3, 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.
Omaha, NE
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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 4, 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.
Philadelphia, PA
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
October 9, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Understanding the physicians plan in the 12 scope of work for medicare

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 Carolyn Hann - Quality Insights
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
October 10, 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.
Countryside, IL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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 18, 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.
Portland, OR
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
October 18, 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.
Indianapolis, IN
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
October 22, 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.
Northbrook, IL
Presented by Dr. Christine Barry
Hosted by National Provider Compliance Corporation
4.0 Register Here
8006693328
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 13, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
sharing knowledge

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 delco chapter
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
November 14, 2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The HIPAA Privacy and Security Summit 2019
The HIPAA Privacy and Security Summit is co-hosted by Widener University Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance to provide resources for legal and healthcare professionals facing the challenges of complying with HIPAA regulations. The full-day event will be held on November 14, 2019, in Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom at the Delaware Law School and will include continental breakfast, lunch, CLE and CEU credits. Registration is available to the public.
Widener University Delaware Law School- Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom 4601 Concord Pike Wilmington, DE 19803
Presented by A Day of Experts & Expert Attorneys
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
7.5 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
November 14, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
TBD & Chapter nomination

Medical Society of Delaware
Presented by TBD
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
November 20, 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
RSVP
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 20, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Practice Marketing

7505 New Hampshire Avenue
Suite 314
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Presented by Wilde Spirit Printing
Hosted by Rockville Maryland Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
November 21, 2019
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Chapter Meeting


Hosted by Lexington North Carolina Chapter
1.0 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
RSVP
December 11, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Holiday Celebration

Tentative time and tentative location (Terrain @ Glen Mills)

More info to follow!

Presented by officer installation
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
December 12, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
TBD

Medical Society of De
Presented by TBD
Hosted by Newark Delaware Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP
December 18, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
RoundTable - Monitoring & Managing Google and other Reviews for your practice

Round Table Discussion and annual "thank you" breakfast held at Minerva's Restaurant in the Park Place Hotel downtown Traverse City.

Pete will lead us in discussion on monitoring reviews for our practice. Are you concerned about low Google or other grades? What (if anything) should you do about it? Be prepared to share your ideas, suggestions and comments.

Presented by Led By: Peter Robinson, CMM
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info
RSVP

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