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Is your office barraged with requests for patient information? Do you have concerns regarding the consistency in your responses to these requests? Unsure on how to respond to out-of-the-ordinary requests for a medical record? Then you need to listen to this preview of our full on-demand webinar, "Medical Records 101: Responding to Requests for Patient Information." Learn the important concepts and issues regarding patient and third-party requests for patient information. The webinar was prepared by Matthew Keris, a litigation attorney who has represented health care providers and lectured nationally on these issues for over a decade. Not only does the presentation review the issues from a health care providers’ perspective, but also from the requesting party.
Clinicians often falsely assume that assessing an older adult for substance use disorders is the same as evaluating a young adult or a middle aged adult when, in reality, there are numerous differences that are essential to consider. In this brief webinar, learn some of the key differences that people need to keep in mind when working with older adults (e.g., those over the age of 55). Consider clicking in and having a listen if you work with older adults in any capacity, whether clinically or in the community.
Many helping professionals tense up at the idea of treating a client with a personality disorder. Helping professionals have long viewed clients with personality disorders as the most difficult people to treat, often steering away from accepting such clients on their case loads. In this 10-minute webinar, trauma expert Dr. Jamie Marich will challenge you to change your thinking about personality disorders. By looking at personality disorders as complex manifestations of trauma, you will be able to view those with personality disorders with more compassion, treat them more effectively, and alleviate your own stress in working with these clients.
As health care professionals, our role with families caring for loved ones at end of life is to teach and support the family as they redefine their roles and relationships. Depending on what disease process the dying person faces, the family members of the dying person may have to function in many different roles. Watch this 10-minute webinar to learn about different roles and how to maximize the end-of-life experience for the dying person through his or her family.
Improper understanding and application of discharge codes may result in reduced hospital reimbursement and represent a compliance risk under the PACT policy. William E. Haik, M.D. has been involved in ICD-9-CM coding and chart documentation for more than 25 years and will explain why the problem exists and how to remedy it in this 20-minute webinar.