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AAHCM strives to provide high quality education to support its membership of home care medicine workers. We are now offering members the opportunity to purchase recorded webinars to watch at their convenience. Many of our webinars also offer continuing education credit.
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Learn how a VA home-based primary care setting in Southern Nevada developed a successful skin and wound care program in which all members of the interdisciplinary team—including the provider, case managers, physical therapist, dietitian, social worker, pharmacist, and psychologist—play a crucial role. Learn more about the Skin and Wound Care Program webinar.
Medicare’s Quality Payment Program (QPP) began in January. The QPP will effect quality members’ practices. Learn how the QPP will affect your practice—what you have to do to prepare, to avoid negative payment adjustments based on 2017 services, and how to succeed. Learn more about the Quality Payment Program webinar.
Are you looking for opportunities to increase the revenue in your practice? Do you ever wonder if you can be paid for the work you and your team are already doing? In this session we discuss and provide tips on how to capture the following. Learn more about the Advanced House Call Coding webinar.
The webinar is for practitioners who provide home based primary care and focuses on Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) and secondary risk reduction in the home setting. Learn more about the VTE webinar.
New Medicare Coverage and Payment for Primary Care Services—Learn About the Primary Care Services and Revenue Opportunities for Academy Practices Effective January 2017
CMS finalized coverage and payment for new primary care services effective 2017. CMS also has revised the requirements for chronic care management services. Learn more about the New Medicare Coverage and Payment for Primary Care Services webinar.
The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General 2016 work plan has identified physician home visits as an important area of focus. Now more than ever it is critical to ensure coding compliance. Learn more about the House Call Coding 101 for Providers webinar.
The Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General 2016 work plan has identified physician home visits as an important area of focus. Now more than ever it is critical to ensure coding compliance. House call programs are relatively new and come with a unique set of coding and billing issues. Learn more about the House Call Coding 101 for Coders and Other Office Staff webinar.