Practice Administration Sessions

 

We hope you will join us for our upcoming Annual Meeting, September 9th through the 12th! As a part of this year’s meeting, we have a track of CME sessions focused on Practice Administration that is useful to our Office Managers leading pediatric practices through the pandemic and beyond. The programming for this track includes presentations on telemedicine during and after a pandemic, how to have a successful value-based care contract, and new billing rules based on medical decision making. Details on the Practice Administration Track sessions can be found below.

Register to join us for the Annual Meeting here.

Practice Administration Sessions

12:30-1:15pm

Telemedicine 3.0 - Where We Are and Where We Are Going
Ethics

Objectives:

  • Demonstrate understanding of best practices for pediatric Telehealth in a post-pandemic world
  • Identify the ethical implications of the use of Telehealth both during and after a pandemic

Speakers:
Seth D Kaplan, MD
Marcial Oquendo, MD

 

1:15-2:00pm

ABC’s of VBC's: How to Have a Successful Value-Based Care Contract
Ethics

Objectives:

  • Summarize a brief history of the development and evolution of value-based care in the CMS programs and commercial insurances.
  • Discuss the principles that success with alternative payment contracts in the Medicaid/Medicare and commercial space have in common, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
  • Identify tools and resources, including quality provider/practice advisers, for physicians currently in, or considering accepting, value-based contracts.

Speakers:
Marcial Oquendo, MD
Brendle Glomb, MD

2:00-2:30pm

Break: Network and Chat with our exhibitors and other attendees!

2:30-3:15pm

The New Normal: Billing Based on Medical-Decision-Making

Objectives:

  • Identify the new changes for the billing rules of 2021 and beyond
  • Present the current rules and how to apply to pediatric practices
  • Present examples of levels of care based on the new billing guidelines

Speakers:
Marcial Oquendo, MD

 

3:15-4:00pm

Project ECHO THRIIVE: Targeting High Risk Infants through Interactive Validated Education

Objectives:

  • Identify the barriers in providing primary care for the NICU graduate
  • Demonstrate an understanding of best practices when addressing nutrition and feeding concerns in the outpatient management of the preterm infant
  • Identify the red flags in monitoring development of the preterm infant, and differentiate between the various therapy interventions.

Speakers:
Sandra McKay, MD
Autumn Atkinson, MD

For more information please contact: Allison McHorse