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ASCA's webinars cover a variety of topics, including quality management, delivery of patient care, beneficial business practices, regulatory and legal issues, human resources and more.

ASCA Webinar Series:

2018 Live Webinar Series

2018 Webinar Series Recordings

2019 Live Webinar Series

 

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ASCA Members Special Discounted Pricing
2019 Webinar All-Access Pass: $395
2018 Webinar All-Access Pass: $395
Individual Webinar: $100


ASCA Nonmember Pricing
2019 Webinar All-Access Pass: $495
2018 Webinar All-Access Pass: $595
Individual Webinar: $150


If you registered for an All-Access Pass, you will receive an email from us prior to each webinar in the series providing instructions and the link for accessing that program. You will also receive the speaker's handouts and directions for accessing your continuing education certificate(s). For recorded webinars, you will receive an email with directions for accessing the content once the recording becomes available.




For questions or assistance with registering for a webinar, please contact Anthony Mace at amace@ascassociation.org or 703.665.4145.

Media inquiries should be directed to Kay Tucker.

It is the policy of the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association (ASCA) to ensure that all individuals who have the ability to control or influence the content of an educational activity disclose all financial relationships with any entity whose products or services are pertinent to the content of the educational activity. The financial disclosure will include the name of the entity and the nature of the relationship the individual has with the entity during the time the relationship is in effect and for 12 months afterward.

  • Attendee must be present for the duration of the webinar.

  • Attendee must complete the evaluation form.


How to Receive Continuing Education Credit for ASCA Webinars:

  • Go to the 2018 Webinar Series continuing education portal or coming soon, the 2019 Webinar Series continuing education portal.

  • Enter the five-digit code given at end of the webinar.

  • Complete the evaluation of the webinar.

  • Print the continuing education certificate.

  • Contact hours will be awarded until March 31, 2019, for the 2018 educational program.

  • ASCA is an approved provider for nursing contact hours by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #6949.

  • ASCA is an approved provider for Administrator Education Units (AEUs) by BASC Provider #3272.

  • ASCA is an approved provider for Infection Prevention Contact Hours (IPCHs) by CAIP.

Registration fees are non-refundable.

 

 

2018 Webinar Series
December 18

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 18, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Cristina Bentin, CMA, CCS-P, COC, CPPM, AAPC Fellow,
President, Coding Compliance Management

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Regulatory and Legal Issues

Overview: ASC business office assessments range from simple, rudimentary mistakes to more egregious infractions like willful fraudulent billing or noncompliance with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) interpretive guidelines. Examine business office assessment findings and the tools and monitoring strategies you need to have in place to ensure efficient workflow while maximizing reimbursement for all of the services your facility provides.


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2018 Webinar Recordings

Date/Time: Tuesday, January 23, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Michael Patterson, FACHE, President & CEO, Mississippi Valley Health

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Delivery of Patient Care

Overview: Examine the ways that ASCs can provide overnight care to patients who need active monitoring for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes. Get a close-up view of how the Mississippi Valley Surgery Center provides overnight care to its total joint replacement and spine patients, with a focus on key operational concerns such as staff training, safety/security, food, equipment, visitors and more. Consider best practices and current trends in overnight care, including recovery care centers, skilled nursing facilities, rehabilitation facilities, in-house at an ASC and hotels. For ASCs interested in offering recovery care for the first time or evaluating programs they already have in place, this is a can’t-miss webinar.


Date/Time: Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: John Karwoski, RPh MBA, President and Founder, JDJ Consulting

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Regulatory and Legal Issues

Overview: Drug diversion can involve or affect anyone who enters your ASC, including patients, staff, children, friends, family and peers in your community. Explore 10 proven strategies you can use to identify and prevent diversion in your ASC and your ASC’s responsibilities in reporting drug diversion. Review important facts about the US opioid epidemic and, with an eye on ways your ASC can contribute, what national regulators and states are doing to reduce drug diversion and the over-prescribing of narcotics.


Date/Time: Tuesday, February 20, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speakers:
Rita Hernandez Figi, MedHQ
Tom Jacobs, BS, MBA, CEO, MedHQ

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: Handled improperly, adverse events in human resources can significantly derail your workforce productivity, cost tens of thousands of dollars and cause upward pressure on your insurance rates. Learn strategies for mitigating risk and handling the top five most difficult human resources risk events, including the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) interactions, hostile work environments, discrimination claims, involuntary terminations and claims of sexual harassment. Get practical, proven strategies you can put to work in your center today.


Date/Time: Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Michelle George, RN, MSN, CASC, Vice President Clinical Services,
Surgical Care Affiliates

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality Management

Overview: Although rare in ASCs, an adverse event can impact your patients’ and physicians’ perceptions of the care your ASC provides, negatively affect your center’s quality measure performance and drive up the cost of care for your patients. Find out how to conduct a root cause analysis that looks at why an adverse event happened and how to develop a performance plan of action that targets that root cause and prevents a comparable event in the future. Take away key strategies for improving patient safety and overall quality of care and performance in your ASC.


Date/Time: Tuesday, May 8, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Tim Oliver, Regional Director, Materials Management,
United Surgical Partners International

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: Cutting costs in an ASC requires communication and partnerships between materials management personnel, physicians and clinical staff. Find effective ways to counter physician-influencing vendor sales representatives with your own data. Look at ways to cut costs using group purchasing organizations, product standardization, reprocessing, third-party resellers, medical/surgical and pharmacy distributions and more. Consider ways a materials management consultant can be a valuable resource at your center, well beyond just ordering, receiving and stocking supplies.


Date/Time: Tuesday, May 22, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speakers:
Kay Tucker, Director of Communications,
Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

Charlie Leonard, Public Relations and Public Affairs Consultant,
OCNC Group

Overview: This webinar will provide a topical discussion of the challenges and opportunities ASCs face when interacting with the media. It will include practical tips for both initiating and responding to media coverage and an overview of resources available from ASCA to its members confronting adverse circumstances.

Several case studies that will provide tactical guidance for improving media coverage in challenging circumstances, as well as ways to use both traditional and social media to promote your brand and professional services, will be presented.

Time will be made available for a live question and answer period.


Date/Time: Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Ann Geier, MS, RN, CNOR, CASC, Chief Nursing Officer,
SourceMedical

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Delivery of Patient Care

Overview: Regulatory agencies require all health care providers to receive training in infection control prior to treating patients in ASCs. The intention is that all ASC staff and all credentialed staff, including physicians, dentists and allied health professionals (AHPs), receive training. How does your ASC interpret this requirement? Is your ASC compliant? What training do you provide and how often? This presentation will deliver ideas for training all ASC staff, including credentialed staff. Get practical solutions for presenting information that all health care providers will be encouraged to read.


Date/Time: Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Heather Lambert, Manager, Training and Development, AMSURG

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: Review the definition of conflict and some startling facts about conflict in the ASC setting. Discuss different views on levels and causes of conflict and different styles of conflict management. Explore typical responses to conflict and real-world advice on ways to apply the conflict resolution process in your ASC.


Date/Time: Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker:
Jessica Edmiston, BS, CPC, CASCC, AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM Trainer, SVP, Coding
National Medical Billing Services

Alison Kuley, CPC, Senior Spine Coder
National Medical Billing Services

Cody Wheeler, Bachelor of Arts in Business Management, Senior Manager, Accounts Receivable
National Medical Billing Services

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: The revenue cycle is becoming increasingly complex due to ever changing payor guidelines, documentation challenges and vendor pressures with respect to new technology. Explore ways to track changes in LCDs and payor policies to keep coders and providers educated to avoid, track and overturn denials. Stay on top of the multiple edit systems being employed by payors. We will further discuss the increase in contract specific guidelines with regards to implant billing requirements. Finally, we will walk through some increasingly common procedures that result in the unfavorable unlisted codes such as subchondroplasty and spirox latera nasal implant procedures.


Date/Time: Tuesday, August 21, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Tina DiMarino, MSN, RN, CNOR, CASC, Administrator,
Mid-Atlantic Surgery Pavilion

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality Management

Overview: Accreditation and Medicare standards are the same across the board for both the largest and smallest ASCs. Developing a meaningful quality improvement program can be challenging, especially in smaller centers with fewer employees. This presentation will review a back-to-basics approach and system for collecting the data needed to drive the program. This system ensures a robust program, no matter the size of the ASC. Using this approach fosters "buy-in" from staff and motivates their participation.


Date/Time: Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Daren Smith, BSN, Senior Clinical Solutions Specialist,
Surgical Information Systems

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: For every patient scheduled for surgery, ASCs invest significant time and energy to ensure success. However, when it comes to the planned or unplanned departure of a physician, the need to prepare is often overlooked. Focus on the components of an effective, ongoing physician succession plan, including what is needed to execute the plan successfully and how to avoid common pitfalls along the way.


Date/Time: Tuesday, September 18, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speakers:
Debra Stinchcomb, RN, BSN, MBA, CASC, Consultant
Progressive Surgical Solutions

John Karwoski, RPh MBA, President and Founder
JDJ Consulting

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Delivery of Patient Care

Overview: Does your ASC take steps to ensure the appropriate antimicrobials, including antibiotics, are used in your ASC? The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that 20 to 50 percent of all antibiotics prescribed in US acute care hospitals are either unnecessary or inappropriate. Learn what this means to your ASC from a consulting pharmacist and an ASC professional.


Date/Time: Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Rebecca Overton-Geise, CPC, President, NSN Revenue Resources

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: This webinar will look at how the culture and morale of your team can impact how well you optimize collections. From team building and communication to defining expectations and celebrating success, review ways that leaders can impact the level of success achieved by their revenue cycle team.


Date/Time: Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Michele McKinley, LVN, CRCST, CIS, CHL, AGTS, ASQ CMQ/OE,
Senior Clinical Education Specialist, Steris

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Delivery of Patient Care

Overview: With the ever-expanding list of procedures being provided in the outpatient setting, it is critical for all ASCs and small health care facilities, including physicians' offices and clinics, to understand the guidelines for reprocessing medical devices and the importance of those guidelines in keeping your patients safe. Regulatory inspectors hold all facilities to the same standards, regardless of their size. Join this program to get a template for compliance that you can rely on inside your ASC.


Date/Time: Tuesday, October 23, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Amy Rey, Executive Vice President, Zeldis Research Associates

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: Focus continues to shift to the millennial consumer, but what about the other side of the coin? What does the working world look like from a millennial point of view? Zeldis Research conducted an in-depth exploration of millennial professionals to understand their unique perspectives, needs and priorities. How are they different from or similar to their older counterparts? Hear directly, in their own words, from this important segment that will drive the future of the workplace.


Date/Time: Tuesday, November 6, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Darcy Thor, MBA, CMRP, CPC-A, Chief Financial Officer,
Harmony Surgery Center

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: Learn how to calculate key performance indicators and use this information to benchmark your facility within the industry and against itself for financial health and success. Find out how to identify trends and improvement opportunities to help you grow or refocus your business.


Date/Time: Tuesday, November 13, 2018, 1:00 pm ET

Speakers:
Gina Throneberry, RN, MBA, CASC, CNOR,
Director of Education and Clinical Affairs, Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

Donna Slosburg, RN, BSN, LHRM, CASC,
Executive Director, ASC Quality Collaboration

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality Management

Overview: The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ quality reporting program for ASCs continues to pose new challenges for perioperative leaders in the ASC setting. Learn what quality measures your ASC must report in 2019 and how to view your reports successfully. Get key definitions and answers to frequently asked questions about the current measures, then look ahead at new quality reporting measures and changes being considered for the future.

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2019 Webinar Series
January 29

Date/Time: Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Susan Flynn, Technical Service Specialist, 3M Medical Solutions Division

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Patient Care

CAIP™ Content Area: Instrument/Equipment Cleaning, Disinfection and Sterilization

Overview: Keep your patients safe with state-of-the-art sterilization techniques recommended by experts and proven in tests conducted in laboratories and health care facilities across the country. Review sterilization modalities typically used in the ASC setting, discuss available sterilization monitoring tools and summarize current guidelines and recommended practices for quality control monitoring of steam and vaporized hydrogen peroxide sterilization processes.

February 12

Date/Time: Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker:
Robert Liles, JD, Liles Parker Attorneys & Counselors at Law

Paul Weidenfeld, JD, Liles Parker Attorneys & Counselors at Law

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: If a human resource crisis were to arise at your ASC, would you be prepared to respond quickly and reach a resolution with everyone’s legal rights and responsibilities in mind? Join these two attorneys with decades of experience managing employer/employee relationships as they discuss hot topics and emerging issues in employment policy that can help you reduce your ASC’s level of risk in this sensitive area.

February 26

Date/Time: Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Michael Patterson, FACHE, President & CEO, Mississippi Valley Health

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality

Overview: Complaints and concerns are a fact of life. How we respond to them determines how patients will perceive the care they are provided. Examine specific tools and tactics you can use to help de-escalate complaints and turn a potentially negative situation into a positive one.

March 12

Date/Time: Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Todd Eich, CMRP, CST, Director of Training & Implementation, United Surgical Partners International

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: Examine the supply chain function in your ASC from an administrator’s point of view. Learn how to identify the professional materials manager, understand procurement transactions and conduct meaningful data analytics in your center. Get tools to help you manage cost and drive efficiencies. Both new and experienced ASC administrators will gain valuable insights on how to engage with their materials manager in order to better implement an efficient, cost-effective supply chain for their organization.

March 26

Date/Time: Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Debra Stinchcomb, MBA, BSN, RN, CASC, Senior Consultant, Progressive Surgical Solutions

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality

Overview: Are you getting the most out of your facility’s benchmarking results? Do you struggle thinking of Quality Improvement (QI) studies to conduct?

Learn how to seek out opportunities for improving quality and patient care—and how to harness your findings by turning them into a Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement (QAPI) study.

Benchmarking is required by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the accrediting organizations, and it should be an integral part of your QAPI program. Join this webinar to review the benchmarking process and find ways to use the results from your next survey to your advantage.

April 9

Date/Time: Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Erin Imhoff, MS, RN, ONC, ASC Program Lead & Hospital Analyst—Division of Acute Care Services, Survey & Certification Group, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Regulatory/Legal

Overview: Hear firsthand from this Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) official about CMS’ ASC survey process, including the role of state agencies and the accreditation organizations. Discuss the current infection control worksheet and the most common deficiency citations. Find out how to be prepared for a survey even when you are not expecting a surveyor in your facility that day.

June 4

Date/Time: Tuesday, June 4, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Marion Sylvia, BBA, RN, CNOR, CPHIM, Infection Control Preventionist, Bluffton Okatie Surgery Center

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Patient Care

CAIP™ Content Area: Program Development, Implementation & Maintenance

Overview: Learn how to create a proactive infection prevention (IP) plan based on a comprehensive infection control (IC) risk assessment—a perpetual document that serves as the foundation of your program. Look at techniques for evaluating the actual risk factors for your population, the services you provide and geographic and community-based trends in your region. Return home with the know-how you need to conduct an IC risk analysis that can help you improve the effectiveness of your IP plan by better prioritizing your prevention strategies.

July 9

Date/Time: Tuesday, July 9, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker:
Matt Kilton, Associate Principal, ECG Management Consultants

Jeff Hignite, Senior Manager, ECG Management Consultants

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: Learn how to negotiate commercial insurance carrier contracts that pay you fairly for the care you provide. Join these experienced negotiators as they offer practical advice on assessing existing managed care agreements, determining how and when to engage payers, and preparing and submitting effective proposals. Review the steps for gathering and organizing data, typical timeframes, and how to avoid common mistakes and pitfalls. Look at current payer trends and changes your ASC should anticipate going forward.

August 6

Date/Time: Tuesday, August 6, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Ann Geier, MS, RN, CNOR, CASC, Chief Nursing Officer, SourceMedical

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Patient Care

CAIP™ Content Area: Education & Training

Overview: When the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mandated that ASCs designate an infection preventionist (IP) in every facility, no one envisioned the time that would be required to address all the responsibilities that person would manage. Although ASCs are usually small facilities that rely on a combination of full-time and part-time nurses assigned to multiple roles, the IP position should not be managed as an afterthought. Depending on the size of the center and the complexity and volume of cases, the IP might spend many hours a week completing the work required. Administration should make this a priority position and allow the time and resources necessary to perform the role as CMS designed it. Learn how to achieve that goal without neglecting staffing priorities in other areas.

August 20

Date/Time: Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Pete Bekas, Managing Director, Octane Solution Group

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Financial

Overview: The increasing prevalence of high-deductible health plans over the last decade means that patients—who can be harder to collect from than payers—now owe a larger percentage of the bill. Join this webinar to explore the processes, technologies and best practices facilities across the country employ to help reduce the overall cost of collecting from patients. Take away principles you can apply at your own ASC to help improve patient collections without sacrificing satisfaction in the new complex world of patient consumerism.

September 10

Date/Time: Tuesday, September 10, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Roy Breitenbach, Partner, Garfunkel Wild

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: One of the most complicated employment issues that ASCs deal with is how to navigate the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) when an employee requests leave. Incorrectly handling these complex issues can subject your ASC to significant liability. Join this webinar for a step-by-step guide on how to comply with both ADA and FMLA requirements when handling employee leave requests, including the unique steps involved when leave requests involve military leave or pregnancy and birth-related issues.

September 24

Date/Time: Tuesday, September 24, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Terry Bohlke, CPA, CASC, VP Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Community Health Systems

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Human Resources

Overview: “Salaries, Wages & Benefits” comprise one of the largest expense items on the ASC Profit & Loss statement. While this line item might, in theory, be the most controllable expense, in practice, many ASCs find their payroll is out of control. Learn the secrets to controlling your productivity and improving your bottom line through proven techniques that go far beyond old-school standards and benchmarking.

October 8

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Marta Shultz, BS, MT, (ASCP), Product Manager, SimplifyASC

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Regulatory/Legal

Overview: Learn the pros and cons of adopting a new—or maximizing the use of an existing—electronic health record (EHR) in your facility. Find out what future EHR requirements could be coming for ASCs, then learn how to ensure your documentation keeps you survey ready during the transfer from paper to electronic documentation as well as when new requirements hit. Examine the similarities and differences between the EHR requirements for ASCs versus prior requirements for other health care organizations’ health records and discuss the requirements for EHR interoperability with other internal and external systems.

October 22

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Terri-Marie Mahoney, BN, CNOR, CASC, Administrator, Bluffton Okatie Surgery Center

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Patient Care

CAIP™ Content Area: Surveillance, Data Collection & Analysis

Overview: Discuss the different types of surgical site infections, which patients you must follow for post-surgical infections and effective techniques for accomplishing your goals. Review the timeframes you need to meet, the length of time your patients need to be tracked and the special considerations that apply to the patient that receives a surgical implant. Get answers to all of your questions about how to respond when a patient has a surgical site infection, including: What data do you need to collect? What documents do you need to review during your investigation? What resources do you need to consult when you are collecting data? What actions do you need to take? Last but not least, who do you need to report this information to?

November 19

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker:
Gina Throneberry, RN, MBA, CASC, CNOR, Director of Education and Clinical Affairs, Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

Donna Slosburg, RN, BSN, LHRM, CASC, Executive Director, ASC Quality Collaboration

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Quality

Overview: Recent changes in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) quality reporting program for ASCs pose new challenges for perioperative leaders in the ASC setting. Learn what quality reporting is required now and get key definitions and answers to frequently asked questions about the measures your ASC needs to report. Get ready for the next wave of quality reporting as the presenters pull out their crystal balls and project the future based on conversations ASCA and others have had with CMS in recent years.

December 3

Date/Time: Tuesday, December 3, 2019, 1:00 pm ET

Speaker: Kara Newbury, Regulatory Counsel, Ambulatory Surgery Center Association

Continuing Education: 1 hour of AEU/CE

AEU Content Area: Regulatory/Legal

Overview: Get the final word on the changes to Medicare’s ASC payment system that will take effect January 1, 2020. Find out how ASC payment rates will change in 2020 and if new procedures were added to the final list of those eligible to be performed on Medicare patients in the ASC setting. This webinar will not discuss coding changes. Join the live program to ask questions specific to your ASC.


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