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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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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
7:30 am - 10:00 am
Mountain Time Zone
HIPAA Done Right

COME AND FIND OUT:
1. How to meet all federal requirements for effective HIPAA training
2. How your organization can avoid breaches and fines
3. What you can be doing right now to protect your organization
4. How to keep your name off the Wall of Shame!

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

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

THIS EVENT IS FREE TO ALL AND YOUR STAFF PLEASE RSVP BY EMAILING LORI TRIVELLI AT lorit@agewellmedical.com
or CALL 719 471-7160

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

or

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


Presented by Joseph Macedo, National Spearker & HIPAA Compliancy Expert
Hosted by Pikes Peak Colorado Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
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 16, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
MIPS Report 2019: Strategy for Success
MIPS reporting can be confusing. Requirements change year to year, and you need the simplest solution for submitting data on time. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with a strategy for success.
Join us for our live webinar presentation, MIPS 2019 Strategy for Success to learn more about changes for this program year and how you can make submitting your data quick and easy.
Our MIPS expert will discuss:
• Submission requirement changes including Who is Eligible, Scoring and Performance Category changes
• Key deadlines and what you need to do to streamline the MIPS reporting process
• How Premier’s MIPSwizard solution easily allows you to collect, calculate and submit Quality data at your own pace

Presented by Jessica Saftco
Hosted by Premier Inc.
1.0 Register Here
1800-669-7343
CEU Request
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 Mike Reynolds, Claims Director & Director of Government Relations - ProAssurance
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
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Pacific Time Zone
Avoid the Burnout of Owning Your Own Medical Practice
Does physician burnout need to be inevitable in the healthcare industry? The perception is that EMR vendors, government regulations and insurance payers are causing healthcare providers the most stress, which can lead to burnout. While you can’t control everything as a provider or an office manager, there are things you can do to help balance workloads to better manage the practice and reduce chances of burnout.

Presented by Aimee Heckman, Healthcare Business Consultant
Hosted by Kareo
1.0 Register Here
949-247-5523
CEU Request
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
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mountain Time Zone
Learn How AI/Machine Learning/Big Data Will Change Healthcare
When it comes to AI and machine learning in healthcare, we are only scratching the surface.

Join us as we hear renowned healthcare IT blogger John Lynn talk about what he thinks are the big trends in AI now and what we will see coming down the road.

If you've ever wondered what the impact might be for healthcare organizations like yours, then don't miss this webinar!
online
Presented by John Lynn
Hosted by Solutionreach
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
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 - 11:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Practice Administrator Meeting
The Pennsylvania Medical Society holds regional in-person trainings every Spring and Fall for our practice manager members across the state. Each training is 2 hours in length. We also conduct a live webcast in conjunction with the Harrisburg regional meeting so that our members that cannot travel to any of the in-person locations have the opportunity to participate live in the training sessions. These meetings are open and free of charge to PAHCOM members who are also PAMED practice manager members. We are applying for PAHCOM credits on the recommendation of our members who are also PAHCOM members.
PAMED, Harrisburg, PA
Presented by Pennsylvania Medical Society
Hosted by Pennsylvania Medical Society
2.0 Register Here
717-909-2641
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. With additional Pre-conference workshop or CMM exam.

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

There is a fee to attend this conference and any of the pre-conference sessions. MUST REGISTER SEPARATELY AT www.practiceintelligence2019.com

Presented by Practice Intelligence Symposium
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
7.5 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 - 5:15 pm
Eastern Time Zone
NE Regional Conference-Day 2

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

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

There is a fee to attend this conference and any of the pre-conference sessions. MUST REGISTER SEPARATELY 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
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
De-Stressing: finding the fun and the funny in our stressful careers
This is the first session in the Traverse City chapter's seminar/vendor fair.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Gail Eminhizer, CMM, HITCM-PP
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.0 Register Here
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 4, 2019
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
The Death of Fee for Service
Denny will talk about quality measures and the future of the revenue cycle.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Denny Flint
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.0 Register Here
October 4, 2019
10:45 am - 11:45 am
Eastern Time Zone
What is changing in health care and what is not: sticking with the basics
Sarah will talk about changes from a broad perspective in this morning session.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Sarah Fontenot
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.0 Register Here
October 4, 2019
12:45 pm - 1:45 pm
Eastern Time Zone
MSMS Legislative Update
Josh's role at MSMS is working with Michigan Legislators on behalf of physicians and the medical community. Josh will give us an update on Michigan laws that may have an effect on our practices.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Josh Richmond
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.0 Register Here
October 4, 2019
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Harassment in the Workplace
Sound, practical advice on what to do if a situation of harassment arises in your practice. This can come for a co-worker, provider or even a patient. Knowing the steps to take and how to follow through when a complaint is made.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Eric Ranieri, Health Care Attorney and Laurie Lapp, Human Resources Consultant
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.0 Register Here
October 4, 2019
2:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Moving Beyond the noise: how to stay focused during turbulent times
Sarah will make projections for the future based on the trajectory of the past and demystify the subject of healthcare reform in America.
NMC Hagerty Center
Presented by Sarah Fontenot
Hosted by Digestive Health Assoc of Northern Michigan PC
1.5 Register Here
October 8, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Payor Disputes and Audits: Observations & Strategies
Courtney Tito, esq., is a member of the Health Law group at McDonald Hopkins, LLC and is located in its West Palm Beach office. This presentation will help participants better understand the payor audit process and prepare the organization to respond. From recognizing the significance of initial correspondence, to responding effectively to initial and subsequent rounds of review, the presentation will take participants through the payor audit process from a government perspective and compare and contrast typical government audits with typical commercial audits. Finally, the presentation will identify some best practices that labs can implement now to prepare for payor audits.
webinar online
Presented by Courtney Tito, esq., McDonald Hopkins, LLC
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
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 Kia Wills - 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
Lehigh Valley Chapter Election Process

St. Luke's Hospital Allentown Campus
1736 Hamilton Street
Allentown, PA 18104

**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 Stephanie Hanzl, RN, CMM
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
October 17, 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
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 22, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
Consumerism in Healthcare: How Will Your Practice Stand Out?
In an age when information is literally at the fingertips of consumers, online brand management is crucial to your practice’s ’s success. It’s important to understand how patients are currently finding the healthcare services they need and, more importantly, how they decide which provider to schedule an appointment with.

Join Yext’s Head of Industry for Healthcare, Carrie Liken, as she shares the current consumerism trends and how they impact your medical practice. She will also cover the importance of maintaining your online reputation as it pertains to helping your practice grow.

Presented by Carrie Liken, Head of Healthcare Industry, Yext
Hosted by Kareo
1.0 Register Here
949-247-5523
CEU Request
October 22, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The New, Personal Audit Threat: Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) Audits
Stephen Bittinger, our presenter, is an attorney with the Nexsen Pruet’s Health Care Practice Group. Attendees will learn about the new Medicare Administrative Contractor (MAC) Targeted Probe and Educate (TPE) audits and significant risks to not only reimbursement by provider's Medicare credentialing and licensing.
webinar online
Presented by Stephen Bittinger, esq.
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
October 23, 2019
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Pacific Time Zone
OSHA Workshop- CoSponsored by VCMA

Courtyard Marriott
600 E. Esplanade Dr.
Oxnard, CA

Presented by Carrie Champness, RN, BSN
Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
RSVP
October 27, 2019
8:00 am - 12:15 am
Eastern Time Zone
So.. You Want to Be an Expert?
What does it take to be an expert witness? During this four hour session, Director of Business Analytics Frank Cohen will discuss what attorneys look for in an expert witness, what a witness should look for in an attorney, and the qualifications required to be an expert witness
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Frank Cohen, MPA, MBB
Hosted by NAMAS
3.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 27, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Mock Deposition & Mock Hearing
Depositions and hearings can be scary. During this interactive session, Director of Business Intelligence Frank Cohen will set up a mock deposition and a mock hearing, with participation from the attendees, to mimick what these processes entail.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Frank Cohen, MPA, MBB
Hosted by NAMAS
3.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 28, 2019
1:15 pm - 2:15 pm
Eastern Time Zone
The Future of Healthcare
During this session, Shannon DeConda will review whats ahead in healthcare, including upcoming changes in billing, coding, auditing and compliance and what you need to know to be prepared for what lies ahead
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Shannon DeConda, CPC, CPC-I, CPMA, CEMA, CEMC
Hosted by NAMAS
1.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 28, 2019
2:15 pm - 3:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Ethics & Excellence
Everyone strives toward a standard of excellence, but why do so many fail to reach it? How can you help develop an internal compass within your employees that always points toward integrity, honesty and responsibility? How can you make sense of senseless situations in our modern working environment amidst flattened hierarchies and heightened transparencies?

Ethics & Excellence delivers a critical and strategic thinking template that can be replicated to match the unique structure of your business or organization. It provides foundational concepts to help develop your staff's ability to: Keep cool under pressure, use a 3-step analysis rubric, think long-term about immediate responses, differentiate between correlation and causation, develop an awareness of their own biases, make urgent decisions confidently, and take the jerk out of kneejerk
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Tracey Jones
Hosted by NAMAS
1.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Auditing for Physician Practice Compliance: The Dirty Dozen
This session will provide an overview of the 12 critical areas that every Practice Manager should address when planning their scope of audit to assess Regulatory Compliance. The attendees will be provided tools and links to aid them in honing their Compliance auditing skills.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Kimberly Wise, CPC, CMM, HITCM-PP and Kathryn Eiler, CMM, HITCM-PP
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Health Law for the Compliance Professional
This presentation will provide a plain-English explanation of key health laws and reimbursement principles including Stark, the Antikickback statute, Medicare "incident to" billing, the two midnight rule and more. Learn strategies for handling conflicting legal advice. Recognize how state and federal law and reimbursement policies can conflict and affect coding business decisions.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by David Glaser, JD
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Practice Productivity Accounts Receivable Analysis 101
The session will focus on the importance of analyzing practice charges, payments and adjustments as it relates to both gross collections and net collections. In addition, best practices for benchmarking and effectively managing practice accounts receivables will be covered.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Doug Graham
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Telehealth Compliance & Enforcement Issues
The utilization and reimbursement of telehealth services is a significant compliance issue. Over the past year, DOJ has prosecuted a number of individuals and companies for their roles in telehealth fraud. In this session, we will discuss the current status of the reimbursement landscape and examine the types of conduct that have led to civil penalties and criminal prosecutions. Finally, we will discuss the steps you can take to improve compliance and reduce your level of risk.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Robert Liles, Esq
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
11:40 am - 11:40 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Defending & Appealing E/M & CPT Services
Appeal is a daunting word, and a lengthy process. During this presentation DoctorsManagement Vice President of Compliance Sean Weiss will review the ins and outs of the appeals process so you can feel confident if needing to file an appeal
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Sean Weiss, CHC, CEMA, CMCO, CPMA, CPC-P, CMPE, CPC
Hosted by NAMAS
1.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
11:40 am - 12:40 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Technology & Compliance
Technology was designed to make our lives a little easier and more efficient- but what if it exposes you to risk? During this presentation, DoctorsManagement Senior Compliance Consultant Paul Spencer will reveal the ways technology can expose you to risk and how you can remain compliant
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Paul Spencer, CPC, COC
Hosted by NAMAS
1.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Healthcare Fraud & Compliance Update
This session will focus on common themes and current trends involving healthcare fraud and compliance matters. During this session attendees will receive specific education regarding the various healthcare laws and regulations commonly applied in healthcare fraud investigations. This session will provide specific examples of recent cases and trends as well as industry best practices to incorporate into your compliance plan to prevent common mishaps from occurring as well as helpful tips for conducting an investigation and responding to an audit.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Amanda Waesch, JD
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Can I Keep This? Deciding When You Must Refund
Health care organizations refund millions of dollars every year mistakenly believing that the
refunds are required to be compliant. Whether you have billed under the wrong
professional's name, have an unsigned chart, are missing a written order, had a short hospital
stay, or are missing E&M documentation, there are often solid legal arguments that you do
not need to refund money because of the error. While there are certainly times a refund is
required or appropriate, when you have provided a service to a patient, the law doesn't
require a refund for every administrative error.

We will talk about situations where organizations refunded tens of thousands,
hundreds of thousands, and in some cases more than a million dollars that they were legally
entitled to keep. For example, one health care system had refunded over $1 million on short
stay hospitalizations, but after hearing one of our webinars, realized that they had been
legally entitled to keep the money. We helped another clinic that had voluntarily refunded
hundreds of thousands of dollars appeal to recover that unnecessary voluntary refund. This
presentation will explain how you can determine whether a refund is necessary and what options
you have to recover money you voluntarily refunded.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by David Glaser, JD
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Sampling for Audits & Disclosure
In an extrapolation audit, CMS is very clear that you cannot challenge the basic premise for conducting the extrapolation; that is, that there is a ‘high or sustained level of error’. As such, what you are left with is challenging the actual calculations involved in the overpayment estimates or the sampling methodology. And of these two, challenging the sample has the highest rate of success. Why is that? Because even CMS says that, in order to extrapolate, you must first begin with a valid random sample of some universe. And in the famous Chaves case, the judge says that extrapolation can be used as long as the sample is representative of some universe. So, randomness and representativeness are two sides of the same coin and in this session, Frank Cohen, statistician and compliance expert will flip that coin several times. Attendees will get a basic understanding of basic definitions, the different types of sampling methods and how to identify potential problems with any audit. And for those that conduct internal coding reviews, Mr. Cohen will touch on methods you can employ to maximize efficiency and minimize risk.

Attendees will receive a complete tool box, including the RAT-STATS program, associated documentation, sample audit data set and all other pertinent collateral material necessary to create your own samples or defend against improper sampling.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Frank Cohen, MPA, MBB
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 29, 2019
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Increasing Compliance & Mitigating Risk in Relation to HIPAA & HITECH
During this presentation, the speaker will introduce HIPAA and HITECH and who is covered under each, recent updates to penalties for non-compliance, the Technical, Administrative & Physical Safeguard Requirements, and how risk can be mitigated for both HIPAA and HITECH
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Rachel Rose, JD
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
October 30, 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
The Expansion of Kickback Liability
In 2018, violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute involving Medicare, Medicaid and other Federal health care programs became subject to a maximum penalty $100,000 and 10 years imprisonment. Although significant, these increases pale in comparison to the potential penalties that may be imposed for engaging in kickbacks schemes which violate EKRA. In this session, we will discus the current status of these statutes and how law enforcement is prosecuting violations of these laws around the country. We will also discuss steps that you can take to reduce your risk of violation.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Robert Liles, Esq
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564
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
October 30, 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
OIG and Regulatory Compliance
During this presentation, DoctorsManagement VP of Compliance Sean Weiss will review the OIG's areas of focus and regulatory changes ahead to help you stay in compliance
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Sean Weiss, CHC, CEMA, CMCO, CPMA, CPC-P, CMPE, CPC
Hosted by NAMAS
1.0 Register Here
8774185564
October 30, 2019
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
False Claims Act & Enforcement
This session will focus on current cases and investigations that deal specifically with the False Claims Act and enforcement actions brought by the OIG, DOJ, and whistleblowers. This session will provide education regarding the various agencies that investigate and enforce the False Claims Act. This session will highlight recent examples of cases involving False Claims Act investigations and enforcement actions. During this session, attendees will receive specific education on identifying potentially fraudulent activity, conducting internal investigations, and best practices for handling a criminal or civil False Claims Act investigation.
NAMAS 11th Annual Auditing & Compliance Conference- Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, FL
Presented by Amanda Waesch, JD
Hosted by NAMAS
1.5 Register Here
8774185564

November 2019

November 5, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
How to Manage the Challenges of MIPS Reporting
Robert Hopton, Chief Executive Officer, and Sarah Reiter, Vice President Strategic Partnerships, both of Health eFilings, will provide insight into the MIPS program, what it means, and what you can do to maximize Medicare reimbursements. Health eFilings, a CEHRT (Certified EHR Technology), is a national leader in MIPS compliance and data management. With its ONC certified software, organizations effectively track and analyze data for population health management initiatives and easily comply with complex CMS programs such as MIPS.

MIPS requires providers to transition from a volume to value-based care model or else face significant financial penalties and even reputational harm. The stakes have been raised every year and it is even more complex than it has been in the past, further increasing the stress, burden and financial risk to providers. Given there are many commonly misunderstood aspects of MIPS and many nuances of how to earn the most points, it can be challenging to know exactly what to do to earn points and protect your reimbursements. It is critical to understand what reporting methods will optimize your MIPS score. And, since the focus is always on the bottom line, it's imperative to know what tangible steps can be taken to increase the financial payouts from the program without requiring any additional resources or time.
webinar online
Presented by Robert Hopton, Chief Executive Officer, and Sarah Reiter, Vice President Strategic Partnerships
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
November 13, 2019
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Creating and Maximizing Your Practice Brand

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 John Burkholder, POS
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
November 14, 2019
7:30 am - 10:00 am
Mountain Time Zone
Medical Records Do's and Dont's

Come to learn about:
1. Records Retention
2. Release of information and audit
fulfillment.
3. Paper and Electronic Charts-
differences on how to handle them


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

Presented by Erin Baldwin, Sharecare, Inc, Director, Sales & Client Success
Hosted by Pikes Peak Colorado Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
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
November 14, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory Test Payment System: Data Reporting Call
During this call, learn how to report data required by the Clinical Diagnostic Test Payment System final rule. CMS demonstrates how to register in the system and submit then certify data. Laboratories, including physician offices laboratories and hospital outreach laboratories that bill using a 14X TOB are required to report laboratory test HCPCS codes, associated private payor rates, and volume data if they:

Have more than $12,500 in Medicare revenues from laboratory services on the Clinical Laboratory Fee Schedule (CLFS), and
Receive more than 50 percent of their Medicare revenues from CLFS and physician fee schedule services during a data collection period
CMS will use this data to set Medicare payment rates effective January 1, 2021. For more information, visit the PAMA Regulations webpage.

A question and answer session follows the presentation; however, you may email questions in advance to CLFS_Inquiries@cms.hhs.gov with “November 14 Call” in the subject line. These questions may be addressed during the call or used for other materials following the call.
CMS/MLN
Presented by CMS/MLN
Hosted by CMS/MLN
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CEU Request
November 15, 2019
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Pacific Time Zone
End of Year Chapter Dinner

Cafe Fiore Restaurant
66 S. California St.
Ventura, CA

Hosted by Ventura California Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
November 19, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Telemedicine - Key Legal and Business Issues
Philadelphia healthcare attorney and founder of the Law Offices of George W. Bodenger, LLC will be presenting. The presentation will highlight key legal and business issues in telemedicine. It will focus on (1) why telemedicine is so important to our healthcare delivery system; (2) how telemedicine has developed from a federal and state legislative perspective; (3) the different technologies used in telemedicine and their application in healthcare services delivery; and (4) the manner in which certain primary bodies of law in healthcare apply to telemedicine services.
webinar online
Presented by George W. Bodenger, Esq.
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
November 20, 2019
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
The Opioid Crisis in Northern Michigan

Haley Winans and Amber Daniels will start this session by explaining the laws and issues from the MAPS and LARA perspectives. D/Lt. Garrison will explain things from the Michigan State Police standpoint. Don't miss this informative presentation!
Presented by Haley Winans, MPAS Specialist, Amber Daniels, MAPS Analyst, 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
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Pacific Time Zone
Simple Steps to Avoid the 7% MIPS Penalty for 2019
Join Marina Verdara, Kareo’s Sr. Training Specialist, as she provides you with simple steps to avoid the 7% MIPS penalty, including how you can check a clinician’s eligibility and where you can earn points for each category. She will also provide you with the resources to help you prepare for 2020.

Presented by Marina Verdara, Sr. Training Specialist, CMS Incentive Programs
Hosted by Kareo
1.0 Register Here
949-247-5523
CEU Request
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

2555 Court Drive Suite 400
Gastonia, NC

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 4, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Upholding HIPAA Compliance and Streamlining Patient Access to Medical Data in Today’s Digital, Consumer-Driven Environment
Digital innovation is transforming healthcare. Patients expect their medical records to be available through digital formats, including mobile applications and have a growing number of digital tools available to them. In addition to pressure from patients, the federal government has recently made significant movement to make healthcare more consumer-friendly by creating easier access to ePHI through technology and giving patients more control of their health information. These changes represent the modernization of healthcare, and they have a significant impact on compliance regulations and practices.

During this webinar, consider regulatory and patient demands that are transforming healthcare, applying context using women’s breast health as an example. There are digital healthcare tools and resources available to patients and healthcare providers to alleviate burdens of tracking down and sharing breast health records that utilize today’s technology, meet patient expectations, and comply with updated HIPAA regulations.

This session will be particularly informative if you rely on outdated technology like CD’s, and faxes to deliver this data to patients, or if you do not know how your organization shares protected health information. This session will strengthen provider organizations' knowledge regarding government mandates and practice changes to meet increased patient demand to share information in digital formats using secure, HIPAA-compliant channels that will catalyze change while maintaining compliance.
webinar online
Presented by Cristin Gardner, Director of Consumer Products & Markets at Life Image, Inc.; David Schoolcraft, Partner and Chair of Digital Health Law Group, Ogden Murphy Wallace
Hosted by First Healthcare Compliance
1.0 Register Here
888-543-4778
CEU Request
December 4, 2019
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Drug Units in Excess of MUE: Comparative Billing Report
Join us for a discussion of the Comparative Billing Report (CBR) on Drug Units in Excess of Medically Unlikely Edits (MUE), an educational tool for providers who submit Medicare Part B claims. Visit the CBR - External Link Policy - Opens in a new window website for more information.
CMS/MLN
Presented by CMS/MLN
Hosted by CMS/MLN
1.0 Register Here

CEU Request
December 5, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Annual Holiday Dinner Sponsored by AblePay

Bear Creek Mountain Resort and Conference Center
101 Doe Mountain Ln, Macungie, PA 18062

Presented by Lauren Stuart from Tycor with Healthcare Updates
Hosted by Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
December 11, 2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Eastern Time Zone
Holiday Celebration

Tentative time and tentative location (Tando)

More info to follow!

Presented by officer installation
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
0.0 Chapter Info
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
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

January 2020

January 8, 2020
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Eastern Time Zone
Anti-trust and Stark Updates

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, CMM, HITCM-PP
Hosted by Delco Pennsylvania Chapter
2.0 Chapter Info
January 15, 2020
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Financial Topic

NMC University Center - Second Floor
Presented by Bob Needham, Huntington Bank
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info

February 2020

March 2020

April 2020

April 15, 2020
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Eastern Time Zone
Legal Update

NMC University Center - Second floor
Presented by Laura Dinon, Attorney - Plunkett, Cooney
Hosted by Traverse City Michigan Chapter
1.5 Chapter Info

May 2020

June 2020

July 2020

August 2020