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Quality and Safety for Leaders in Women’s Health Care: An Advanced Program

April 8 — 9, 2017

nbsp In response to interest expressed by attendees at previous offerings of the postgraduate course Quality and Safety for Leaders in Womenrsquos Health Care ACOG will be offering an advanced course for who are looking for guidance on a current or future process improvement projectnbsp Small team...

April 2017

2.

Quality and Safety for Leaders in Women’s Health Care

November 16 — 18, 2017

nbsp Master tools and strategies to promote communication and teamwork that can lead to improved quality of care and patient safety Importance of standardization Methods to change organizational culture Peer review protections Impact of human factors Clinical performance improvement tools Simulati...

November 2017

3.

Quality and Safety for Leaders in Women's Health Care

April 6 — 8, 2017

nbsp nbsp Master tools and strategies to promote communication and teamwork that can lead to improved quality of care and patient safety Importance of standardization Methods to change organizational culture Peer review protections Impact of human factors Clinical performance improvement tools Sim...

April 2017

4.

ACOG Coding Workshop, Atlanta, GA

April 21 — 23, 2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION ACOGs Committee on Health Economics and Coding and ACOGs Executive Board believe physicians must educate themselves and their staff about appropriate coding and billing practices Get the resources you need for successfully billing with the new ICD10CM data setnbsp Diagnostic cod...

April 2017

5.

ACOG Coding Workshop, Charleston, SC

August 11 — 13, 2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION ACOGs Committee on Health Economics and Coding and ACOGs Executive Board believe physicians must educate themselves and their staff about appropriate coding and billing practices Get the resources you need for successfully billing with the new ICD10CM data setnbsp Diagnostic cod...

August 2017

6.

ACOG Coding Workshop, San Diego, CA

May 12 — 14, 2017

COURSE DESCRIPTION ACOGs Committee on Health Economics and Coding and ACOGs Executive Board believe physicians must educate themselves and their staff about appropriate coding and billing practices Get the resources you need for successfully billing with the new ICD10CM data setnbsp Diagnostic cod...

May 2017

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Correct Coding for Laparoscopic/Hysteroscopic Procedures

nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp JUNE 13 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION Laparoscopic procedures are one of the most effective surgical resources in the gynecologistrsquos tool kit and inoffice hysteroscopic procedures are becoming increasingly popular for both physicians and patients Therefore itrsquos critical...

June 2017

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What's Separately Reportable? (Understanding Bundling)

nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp APRIL 11 2017nbsp nbsp PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION Third party payers may deny certain services as bundled together Understanding the appropriate guidelines used to determine surgical bundles may significantly decrease the number of denials andor provide the practice with informat...

April 2017

9.

Coding for Ultrasound Procedures

nbsp nbsp nbsp AUGUST 8 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION This webcast will address the nuances of CPT and ICDCM coding for ultrasound services in the office and the hospital settings It will also look at the CPT guidance for reporting diagnostic testing services and the implications this has for codi...

August 2017

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Coding for Office-based Procedures

nbspnbsp nbsp nbspnbsp OCTOBER 10 2017 PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION As technology advances and a greater number of procedures can be performed in the office setting the need to accurately and appropriately code and bill for these services becomes more and more important However there are number of cha...

October 2017

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