Prepare Yourself, Your Providers, and Your Organization For the Impacts of COVID-19
Our series of on-demand education sessions will assist you in preparing to handle the COVID-19 pandemic in your office. Review education from the HR, practice management, coding, HIPAA, lab, and telehealth perspectives.
Purchase individual training sessions, or save with a bundle purchase of all sessions.
Pre-Order these sessions now for a release date no later than March 27, 2020
When trainings are available, you will receive an email from NAMAS with links to the training, session handouts, and CEU information
HR Pandemic Quandries: This session will be hosted by Philip Dickey, the HR Director for DoctorsManagement, LLC. In this session, Philip will address pressing concerns for any practice administrator or HR team regarding quarantine, work from home concerns, FMLA, management of high risk employees vs. non-high risk, and much more.
Practice Management Staffing Considerations: With increased demand for some specialties and decrease for others, how will your practice adjust with these uncertain flows? How will you handle staff call outs, and self-quarantine dips in performance and efficiency? Having a plan to meet unexpected hurdles such as these will be covered by Jesse Overbay, DoctorsManagement General Counsel and Management Consultant.
Telehealth/Telemedicine Services: There is so much confusion right now as to how to use the CPT codes associated with telemedicine versus usage of office E&M Codes. In this session, Brenda Edwards will reveal the solutions for these dilemmas. This will include a review of telemedicine CPT codes, modifiers, E&M codes used for telemedicine services, CMS vs. Commerical considerations, and also include sample patient encounter situations and electing the proper telemedicine service to report.
Viral Coding Conundrum: In order to appropriately report services rendered for
coronavirus patients, one must have a thorough understanding of all coding
guidance. During this session, Stephanie Allard , DoctorsManagement Senior Compliance Consultant, will address appropriate use of
CPT codes, ICD-10 coding (to include signs/symptoms vs. virus diagnosis),
appropriate modifier usage, and patient education services. This session
focuses on the use of all published reportable codes.
HIPAA Impact in Treating Coronavirus: Kelly Ogle, Director of OSHA and HIPAA Services for DoctorsManagement, LLC will lead a discussion on concerns and possible limitations your organization may experience in designating at risk patients with a general patient population, identification of patients at risk to staff and others, and other HIPAA privacy related concerns.
Servicing the Pandemic: Training for the Provider: Paul Spencer, Senior Compliance Consultant for DoctorsManagement, will address to the provider the proper way to document each patient encounter to convey the complexity of the interaction to ensure appropriate medical necessity is demonstrated. Additionally, providers will receive guidance from a billing perspective on the election of remote vs. inpatient encounters and the appropriate documentation needed to support these services.
CEUs for the sessions above are pending with AAPC