Broadcast: Sep 30, 2020 at 2:00PM
On Demand Availability: September 30, 2020
Date: Goes live September 29, 2020 - Available from then on demand (Select an option below).
Start time: 7:30am PT / 8:30am MT / 9:30am CT / 10:30am ET
Presentation Length: 4 Hours
Author: Raemarie Jimenez, CPC, CIC, CPB, CPMA, CPPM, CPC-I, CCS
Telemedicine: Past, Present & Future
Telemedicine has come a long way since it was first introduced. In this workshop, we will go through the past present and future of Telemedicine. We will look at regulations and stigmas surrounding it and common barriers to reimbursement. More important — we’ll review how to break down those barriers to utilize telemedicine in a compliant and effective way for healthy outcomes.
- History of telemedicine
- How does telemedicine work
- Telemedicine today
- The difference between telemedicine and telehealth
- Telemedicine pros and cons
- What services can be provided by telemedicine
- Types of telemedicine
- Telemedicine clinical guidelines
- Telemedicine and Medicare
- Telemedicine and Medicaid
- Future of telemedicine and how the COVID-19 pandemic changed its course
- Telemedicine regulations
- Barriers to telemedicine
- Who pays for telemedicine
- Telemedicine and HIPAA
||$149.95 (Non Members: $189.95)
About The Author
Stephanie Sjogren, CPC, CDEO, CPMA, CPC-I, CCS, HCAFA
Stephanie Sjogren works with payment integrity to ensure proper claims adjudication and to prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. Prior to joining Connecticare, she performed provider audits and education at a women’s healthcare group.
Sjogren has also worked with physicians and staff to integrate and use electronic health record (EHR) systems effectively and to be in compliance with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) rules and regulations. Her areas of specialty are evaluation and management (E/M), auditing, and CDI. Sjogren has served as an officer for the Hartford, Connecticut, local chapter.
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