2015 Clinical Conference

2015 Clinical Conference

Thu, March 5, 2015

2015 Clinical Conference Agenda

Sessions include:

Implementation of a Diabetes Prevention Program Model

This full-day training, sponsored by SoonerVerse, Inc., offers information on diabetes prevention program models and strategies for individual and family-based behavioral changes. The training promotes excellence in care and conveys up-to-date best practice strategies and information integral to the effective management of diabetes. From the Harold Hamm Diabetes Foundation, this training would cost each health centers thousands of dollars individually and is being offered as part of the clinical conference at a deep discount. CMEs will be available for this training.

  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Individual and Behavioral Change Strategies
  • Pre-diabetes and Diabetes Mellitus
  • Overview of the DPP
  • Implementation of a Lifestyle Change Program
Coding for Clinicians
In depth training on medical record documentation, E&M guidelines, official ICD-10 guideline options, medical necessity and documenting for medical necessity. Trainer will cover findings from audits, EHR-related problems, common errors, medical decision making, new patient status versus established patient in E&M vs. UDS, six step process to good documentation.  While designed for clinicians, billers and coders have found this training to be extremely beneficial.

Implementing Quality Initiatives: Information from a Rural Health Center
Hear from one of Oklahoma’s leading rural quality programs about the journey of quality improvement over three years.  Hear about how their plan started, hurdles encountered along the way, how they managed to overcome hurdles, and what health centers looking to improve their quality program should do differently.

Chronic Disease Management Programs in Health Centers
Variety Care has implemented a Chronic Disease Management Program that serves as a model for other health centers looking to strengthen, enhance or revisit current activities.  For health centers looking to develop a program, hear ideas from Dr. Ramirez on how this can be an attainable goal in health centers.

Medical Directors’ Face-to-Face Roundtable Dinner (by invitation only)

Policy Update: Bills that Impact Health Center Providers

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