At this year’s ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting in San Francisco, you can take advantage of a variety of sessions designed to address pressing concerns in practice management today. Practice managers, clinicians, office staff and others will enjoy and benefit from hands-on practical sessions and informative panel discussions by top content experts in the field.
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Here are some important reasons you won’t want to miss the Annual Meeting, held this year from Nov. 6–11 at the Moscone Center in beautiful San Francisco:
ICD-10 Will Be Live, & You’ll Have Questions
After a number of delays, the long-awaited rollout of ICD-10 will take place on Oct. 1. This new, updated and more complex coding system will provide more detailed information on the screening, diagnosis and treatment of your patients. Hopefully, it will improve quality measurement, research and organizational efficiency, as well as maximize advances in health technology.
But practice managers and others may find all these new, lengthy codes confusing or intimidating. Take advantage of the premeeting coding course on Friday, Nov. 6. ACR coding experts and other top speakers who are knowledgeable about ICD-10 will speak and answer all of your questions, no matter how large or small. As your practice begins to work with ICD-10, think about any problems you are having, confusing codes, questions about which code to use in different case scenarios, or anything else that may help you make a smoother transition.
The ACR and ARHP are committed to helping you and everyone on your staff adapt to ICD-10 with fewer headaches and more success. The goal of ICD-10 is to help lower coding errors, boost accuracy and provide more specific data to payers and providers so you get reimbursed correctly. At this year’s Annual Meeting, you will enjoy a unique opportunity to get your questions answered and troubleshoot potential challenges from the experts who know ICD-10 better than anyone.
Master Your Practice’s IT
Technology is a growing and increasingly complex part of your practice and the entire healthcare landscape. From billing to coding to scheduling, IT can help you do everything more efficiently. However, you can feel overwhelmed by new tech, including which products you should buy and how to implement them in your practice without alienating staff or patients (or giving yourself a huge headache).