The 2014 Annual Meeting & Trade Show is planned around a "Survivor" Theme! We have invited specialist to come to Little Rock and provide guidance to survive todays changing health care. Every home health agency director and senior staff in the state should attend ..."We are here to survive"!!!!!
On Wednesday evening we will get away from the serious topics we will be addressing and have some "serious fun". Food, silent auction, games and more. We invite exhibitors to join in the fun.
First of 2 workshops to prepare home health agencies for the new OASIS C 1. Each workshop will be a full 2 days.
This activity has been submitted to Arkansas Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. Arkansas Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accrediation.
The 2013 Conference and Trade Show will not only feature exhibitors, but will also include an outstanding program including information on the Health Insurance MarketPlace, Motivational Interviewing, and dealing with audits.
Register now on line or you can use the attached registration form. The agenda for the meeting is also attached.
An Intro to ICD-10-CM for a Smooth Transition: Time Waits for No One
With Lisa Selman-Holman
What You've Been Waiting For! This class provides a dynamic program for coder training in ICD-10-CM. Coding professionals looking to achieve proficiency in this system will find that this program provides a well-rounded knowledge base to every chapter in ICD-10-CM. Get a great foundation in ICD-10-CM coding before CMS adds confusing case mix and grouper info.
This activity has been submitted to AR Nurses Assoc. for approval to award contact hours: AR Nurses Assoc. is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing CCenters Commission on Accreditiation.
INTERMEDIATE HOME CARE CODING: Think you have the basics down pat? We start with a quick overview of fundamental coding skills and, then, progress to coding in PPS, with special attention to coding the case mix diagnoses appropriately. Those who code accurately shouldn’t miss out on the case mix points that less skilled coders may miss, nor should they be accused of upcoding.