Get the most important coding changes for 2016 from the Academy's coding experts, including the new Diabetic Retinopathy Measures Group reporting option for PQRS.
Modifiers are a critical component of coding. Using them incorrectly will result in lost revenue and possible audits. Register today to ensure you’re paid for services that would otherwise be denied without the correct modifier. Polling questions during the webinar will test your understanding.
- Part I: Billing and Collections for Beginners
- Part II: Managing and Improving Collection Performance
- Part III: Billing and Collections Tips and Pitfalls
This is one-hour recorded webinar will provide you with knowledge and insights on the life cycle of EHR systems, the market dynamics that may force a migration to a new system and successful transition strategies. Ensure you are prepared for eventual EHR conversion.
Having an electronic health records (EHRs) system in your ophthalmic practice creates ongoing changes: changes in the physician-patient relationship, clinic flow, medical decision making, employee relations and practice operations. This one-hour recorded webinar will help you manage these ongoing changes and address the never-ending need for process improvement. Maintaining efficiency while meeting meaningful use will also be reviewed.
To meet stage 2 meaningful use requirements, it’s not enough for practices to merely have a patient portal; you must use it. Practices that don’t meet the patient-usage target can still incur a penalty.* This webinar will cover everything you need to know to implement a patient portal successfully and use it effectively. Ronald Sterling, an expert in electronic health records and practice management systems, will present a roadmap to meeting meaningful use requirements.
Cybercriminals are targeting medical practices for their sensitive and valuable information that may be used for identity theft and fraud. This recorded webinar will provide intelligence-driven information on cybersecurity and information on safeguards to minimize your practice’s risk of a cyberattack.
Ophthalmologists delegate staff to provide care related to telephone screening, examination and testing, medications, test results, follow-up and cosmetic procedures. Such delegation takes careful coordination to prevent patient harm, delayed diagnosis or treatment, missed follow-up, confusion or even malpractice lawsuits. Using closed medical malpractice lawsuits, this course will show you what tasks you can safely delegate to nurses and technicians.
Payers are moving away from the traditional fee-for-service payment model to a variety of fee arrangements that have elements of financial risk. If certain parameters within the contract aren’t met, the fee will either be reduced or not paid. During this webinar, experts in risk-based payment models discuss how to optimize the terms of your contracts and payer relationships to minimize financial losses.
Get an in-depth understanding of recent developments in the areas of greatest risks and financial exposure to your practice: HIPAA compliance, human resources law, payor audits and investments in ASCs. Hear real-life examples and improve compliance practices.
Don’t leave your reputation to chance. Protect your online reputation from dissatisfied, unhappy patient. Many patients rely on online reviews and ratings to choose providers and hospitals. During this webinar, you'll learn how to prevent negative comments from ruining your good name and hurting your practice’s success and profitability.
Empower your team to work effectively, meet expectations and achieve the goals of the organization. Learn how to improve your team's performance, measure results and enhance your practice’s success through effective communication, coaching techniques and reporting tools.