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This is a pre-recorded webinar of the live event

CEU Credits: 1 CEU Approved by ArchProCoding - CEU’s received after completing 10 question quiz

Agenda & Course objectives:

Care coordination services are not new to the healthcare world, but the introduction of the billable chronic care management (CCM) to the RHC setting in 2017 sparked a renewed approach to care coordination programs and an evolution of regulatory changes. Medicare recognized the implementation barriers that existed for the RHC and has worked to adjust care coordination services that are more cost effective and achievable to these settings. In this presentation, Lesa Schlatman will explain what the new changes for 2019 mean to the RHC setting and what accommodations need to be made to current care coordination programs to meet compliance. Lesa will identify what service opportunities are newly available in 2019, as well as other previously available care coordination services to consider for implementation. She will also help RHC’s understand what services will be beneficial to their setting when building a care coordination program that is both successful and cost effective.

At the conclusion of this presentation, attendees should be able to:

·      Understand the changes to the RHC Care Management Services code G0511

·       Identify beneficial care coordination opportunities & new code G0071 for RHCs

·       Recognize what steps are needed to accommodate for these 2019 changes

·       Determine what additional services would benefit your current care coordination process and what is needed to          implement them

·       Develop strategies to optimize care coordination efforts & revenue opportunities

About the Presenter:

Lesa’s passion for nursing began as a small child helping to care for her beloved grandfather. Seeing the difference quality care could make, her internal wish to make a difference flourished. 

Her 24 years as an RN has included such items as bedside nursing; care planning & the discharge process; long term & skilled care settings; ADON & DON positions; hospital management; Director of an RHC; policy/procedure development; and regulatory & compliance oversight. 

Lesa’s vast work experience has taught her the true value of care coordination, patient centered care, and communication/collaboration across healthcare systems. Utilizing these core principles, she strives to assist healthcare settings in achieving effective population health programs and strategies

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