Pre-Conference Workshops


Separate registration required for pre-conference workshops

Successful Workplace Practices Begin With: Empowering Your Staff, Navigating Change, and Creating a Culture of Excellence
Saturday, April 22, 2017
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Have you noticed that your staff is more nimble than ever before? Thought so! However, there is a roadblock that some practices place between their staff and great results (not yours of course) that can result in lower productivity.

This fast-paced, interactive session will cover change, empowering staff, and much more. The session is designed to help grow leaders who support their staff and create a workplace culture of excellence.

Learning Objectives
  • Stronger leadership and guidance during times of change.
  • Increased focus, performance, and employee retention.
  • Improved communication and productivity.
  • Greater ability to grow, mentor, and empower staff.
  • The five things you MUST do to create a workplace culture of excellence.
Speaker: Scott Lesnick
Scott Lesnick is a high content speaker who is motivational, instructional, and educational in style and tone. He presents powerful keynotes and breakout sessions and is a consultant and author. Lesnick is a professional member of the National Speakers Association as well as the Dean of the Academy for Professional Speakers. He is a graduate of The University of Miami, Florida. His memoir, "Kidjacked - A Father's Story" was recently published to critical acclaim. In addition, he has 28 award-winning sales and management years at Shaw Industries, a Berkshire Hathaway Fortune 500 Company.


 

Effective Utilization of PAs and NPs in the Orthopaedic Practice: Hot Topics for 2017
Saturday, April 22, 2017
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) have been shown to provide quality, cost effective care and have become integral members of the orthopaedic workforce. Yet, these providers are often underutilized and misunderstood.

This session will dispel the myths and urban legends regarding the utilization of PAs and NPs by providing detailed information on scope of practice, billing and reimbursement rules (with a focus on Medicare), and strategies for maximal utilization in a variety of settings. Hot Topics include "incident-to" billing, split/shared visit billing, billing for x-ray interpretation, fracture care, and concurrent surgery. Federal fraud enforcement trends for services provided by PAs/NPs will also be covered.

Learning Objectives
  • Describe efficiencies and opportunities to maximize utilization and ROI of PAs and NPs as providers in an orthopaedic practice.
  • Avoid allegations of fraud and abuse by implementing billing and reimbursement rules for PAs and NPs.
  • Dispel myths and misunderstandings regarding the utilization of PAs and NPs.
  • Access regulatory resources specific to PA and NP practice.
Speaker: Tricia Marriott, PA-C, MPAS, MJ, CHC
A graduate of the Yale School of Medicine Physician Associate Program, Tricia Marriott has practiced as a PA for more than 30 years, with 23 years in orthopaedics. Marriott now serves as the American Academy of PA's Senior Director, Regulatory and Professional Advocacy and Principal Advisor for the Center for Healthcare Leadership & Management, presenting extensively on PA/NP utilization, scope of practice, billing and reimbursement, and regulatory compliance to physicians, practice administrators, and compliance/risk managers. She continues to practice part-time at Yale. Marriott completed a Master of Jurisprudence in health law at the Loyola University Chicago School of Law and Certification in Healthcare Compliance.



Price for Pre-Conference Workshops: $125

If you have already registered and would like to add a pre-conference workshop to your registration, go to the Edit Registration page in the Attendee Service Center (use the login information you received in your registration confirmation email). You may also register for a pre-conference workshop on-site at the conference. 
 


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