MGMA Lean Six Sigma White Belt Program
Presenter: Christos Georgacopoulos
At this half-day session, participants will learn a structured approach to process improvement using a variety of lean tools. Through the use of case studies, round table discussions, and examples from attendees, you will see how you can apply lean concepts to day to day process and operations improvement activities. Some concepts we will cover are DMAIC, process mapping, process analysis through data collection tools, root cause analysis, creating an effective team, and more. Attendees will be awarded a Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certificate at the conclusion.
Friday, April 26 | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
MGMA Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Program
The Yellow Belt program is a full day that builds on the white belt and adds basic knowledge about the concepts of Lean and Six Sigma. We drill deeper into the use of the tools, applying their practical nature to the practice. We will use case studies and exercises as well as an interactive approach to learning more about these concepts. The need for the medical practice to become more efficient, understand that there are mechanisms that are available all lead to the goal of improved patient care. By digging deeper into the concepts the participant will gain a greater understanding of how to achieve this goal. Attendees will be awarded a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certificate at the conclusion of the session.
Saturday, April 27 | 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
AAPC certifications are the gold standard for the business of healthcare and are held by more than 96,000 professionals. Those who obtain these credentials are critical to compliant and profitable medical practices/facilities. These credentialed individuals also typically earn 20% more than non-certified employees. AAPC credentials increase your chances of being hired and retained in a competitive job market
Saturday, April 27 (9:00 AM - 2:40 PM)
Book Check: 8:00 AM
Price varies by certification
Teach the Teacher
This workshop provides certified instructors with tools to improve their teaching and communication skills. This is also a great opportunity to network with other instructors. Earn 8 CTUs or 8 CEUs for participation in this workshop.
Saturday, April 27 | 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Local Chapter Officer Leadership Training
All officers and prospective officers are invited to meet with members of the AAPC Chapter Association on Saturday evening. It's a great way to kick off HEALTHCON 2019, and we will have all of the information you need to govern your chapter successfully. This is a chance to meet with other officers just like you, ask lots of questions, and compare the way that you get things done... what works and what might be better. Take home ideas for presentations, find ways to identify the best speakers for your meetings, and join in a great opportunity for networking with your peers. HEALTHCON is a great place to meet people, and officers can be some of your best networkers. Bring your ideas to share and plan to soak up information! Hope to see you there.
Saturday, April 27 (5:30 – 8:30PM)
WALK THE BLOCK
AAPC is on a mission to promote better health, education, and wellness... and to nudge you a little left of your comfort zone! HEALTHCON 2019 will feature WALK THE BLOCK - replacing Run 4 One. This quick walk between sessions will give you a chance to network, meet AAPC leadership, and of course, donate to a worthy cause. Having fun is a key part of this event-all skill levels are invited!
Registrations support AAPC's Hardship Fund, which is used to help AAPC members in need.
Date and Time is TBD
$20 suggested fee - on site registration and donation
CPC Review Class
This review was designed to focus on both the common and most challenging coding concepts of the CPC exam. The review provides review of key concepts, test taking tips and strategies, and a review of most commonly missed questions. This exam review will not teach coding and not meant for a beginner.
Earn 8 CEUs for participating in this prep class.
Friday, April 26 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Risk Adjustment Boot Camp
This Two Day course will dive into the exciting field of Risk Adjustment! Whether you are interested obtaining your CRC or looking to improve your skills and knowledge - this interactive course for you! Participants will learn the difference between the different models of risk adjustment. During this course there will be hands on practice in applying official coding guidelines while identifying documentation deficiencies for diagnosis coding and the most common conditions in risk adjustment.
Earn 16 CEUs for participating in this prep class.
Friday, April 26 - Saturday, April 27 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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