Join the Coding Track at ASCA’s Winter Seminar
Don’t let simple billing or coding errors lead to big fines or fraud allegations.
Get the training you need to maximize reimbursements and protect your ASC’s bottom line. Reserve your spot today in the popular Coding Update & Reimbursement Strategies track at ASCA’s 2019 Winter Seminar.
Register Now for the 2019 Winter Seminar
Make plans to join ASCA January 17–19 in Austin, TX, for the 2019 Winter Seminar. This year’s program features one brand-new track and two returning favorites:
- ASC Management Essentials (new in 2019)
- Coding Update & Reimbursement Strategies
- Infection Prevention Techniques for ASCs
All three tracks run concurrently. You can move freely among the tracks and attend the sessions most relevant to you.
Interested in exhibiting at ASCA's 2019 Winter Seminar?
The 2019 Winter Seminar Prospectus is now available. For more information, please contact Alex Yewdell at email@example.com.
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