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March 18, 2020
8:00-11:45AM

Southeast Chapter Meeting

Ukrainian Cultural Center
26601 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48091

 


Please RSVP by March 11, 2020


Telemedicine or Telehealth - What can your practice perform?

SPEAKER:   Jill Young, CPC,CEDC,CIMC 

Jill brings with her over 30 years of medical experience.  This includes a diverse background in all areas of medicine from clinical to billing and she has worked with many physician specialties. Her consulting company provides auditing and the usual consulting services but additionally provides both education and training from front office to back.

These words are used interchangeably but are they really the same?  "HIPSA shortage areas", "Digital Storage", "non-evaluative communications" are all phrases that are a part of this care.  It is said this is the “care of the future”, do you know enough to decide if your practice should be on this bandwagon?


Human Trafficking Awareness

SPEAKER: Jane White, Executive Director for the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force

 

Jane White, Executive Director for the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, a state-wide agency (501c3) with over 135 agencies in collaboration; Task Force is grounded in victim-centered, trauma-informed, evidence-based program in collaboration with innumerable professions and community. Former faculty member of both Lansing Community College and Michigan State University, Jane has trained over 5,000 health care professionals in Michigan since the inception of the new mandatory training act and was appointed to the first Michigan Commission on Human Trafficking by Attorney General.

Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. It is a crime under international law, federal and the State of Michigan as well as each individual state in the United States.  Among its many services to victims, the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force provides evidence-based education and awareness to the health care community.  Jane will present information that will help us identify commonly reported symptoms, diseases and injuries of HT victims as well as examples that represent known cases.


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This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 3.5 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

 

Members are free. Non-Member fee is $65.00. Non-Member fees are non-refundable. Members may be subject to a $15 cancellation/no show fee if you do not cancel your reservation at (855) 360-3401, 48 hours before the event.

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2020-03-18 08:00:00 2020-03-18 11:45:00 America/Detroit Southeast Chapter Meeting   Please RSVP by March 11, 2020 Telemedicine or Telehealth - What can your practice perform? SPEAKER:   Jill Young, CPC,CEDC,CIMC  Jill brings with her over 30 years of medical experience.  This includes a diverse background in all areas of medicine from clinical to billing and she has worked with many physician specialties. Her consulting company provides auditing and the usual consulting services but additionally provides both education and training from front office to back. These words are used interchangeably but are they really the same?  "HIPSA shortage areas", "Digital Storage", "non-evaluative communications" are all phrases that are a part of this care.  It is said this is the “care of the future”, do you know enough to decide if your practice should be on this bandwagon? Human Trafficking Awareness SPEAKER: Jane White, Executive Director for the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force   Jane White, Executive Director for the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, a state-wide agency (501c3) with over 135 agencies in collaboration; Task Force is grounded in victim-centered, trauma-informed, evidence-based program in collaboration with innumerable professions and community. Former faculty member of both Lansing Community College and Michigan State University, Jane has trained over 5,000 health care professionals in Michigan since the inception of the new mandatory training act and was appointed to the first Michigan Commission on Human Trafficking by Attorney General. Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. It is a crime under international law, federal and the State of Michigan as well as each individual state in the United States.  Among its many services to victims, the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force provides evidence-based education and awareness to the health care community.  Jane will present information that will help us identify commonly reported symptoms, diseases and injuries of HT victims as well as examples that represent known cases. >>Click Here to Register  <<   This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 3.5 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.   Members are free. Non-Member fee is $65.00. Non-Member fees are non-refundable. Members may be subject to a $15 cancellation/no show fee if you do not cancel your reservation at (855) 360-3401, 48 hours before the event. Ukrainian Cultural Center
26601 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48091