This program focuses on provider services offered by Georgia Medicaid HP Enterprise Services. The session will discuss several topics pertaining specifically to Rural Health Clinics and Georgia Medicaid. Jill McCrary discusses Rural Health Clinic payment along with common ideas and misconceptions. Also included in the presentation is an explanation of general reimbursement denials and errors as well as the common scope of services provided by Medicaid.
This program features an overview of EHR Meaningful Use, its definition, scope, and implications of an economic stimulus. Mr. Ammons also explains the definition of HITECH/ARRA and its participation requirements for eligible professionals. The presentation also highlights available incentives, payment information, and criteria of Meaningful Use.
This program features a discussion on the function of RAC Audit E/M Documentation. John Beard vibrantly shares insight into various levels of information on consultation for physicians and providers, including audit results and trends in medical coding. The presentation also incorporates the components of E&M levels, such as History of Present Illness (HPI) guidelines. Viewers will also receive information on the key documentation components for coders.
Dr. Yamani discusses the medical management of chronic systolic heart failure, indications of CRT-ICD in heart failure and determining when patients should be referred for left ventricular assist devices or heart transplants. He details the increases in the high cost of heart failure from $17.8 billion in 1993 to $39.2 billion in 2010. Dr. Yamani presents managing heart failure with medical treatments, electrical devices and surgically.
Thinking about a career in medicine? Then don't miss What’s Up, Doc? What You Need to Know About Medical School. This interactive forum, led by some of the top decision makers at Georgia medical school admissions' offices, will provide you with what you need to know about pursuing this important and challenging career decision.
Obesity has become a global epidemic in children and adults in the United States. Recent NHANES data estimated 66% of adults are either overweight or obese, and 17% of US children and adolescents are overweight. The presenter will provide educational content related to the cardio-metabolic syndrome in the pediatric population.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and often disabling disease that affects more than 400,000 people in the United States; it not only affects an individual physically, but psychosocially as well. Dr. Robert Godsall, the Coordinator of Neuropsychological services for the Outpatient Clinic at the Shepherd Center, will describe the psychosocial aspects of Multiple Sclerosis. He will discuss the symptoms of common complications including: cognition, depression, and coping. Dr. Godsall will outline treatment options that provide relief in many individuals.