Evaluation and Management Updates 2023 Training and Q&A

Get to Know the 2023 E/M Updates: Training and Q&A Session Feb 7th

Executive Vice President of Coding & Documentation, Kathy Pride, RHIT, CPC, CCS-P, and Director of Coding & Documentation Services, Becky Jacobson, CCS-P, CPC, CPEDC, CBCS, MBS, CEMC, BSN at Panacea Healthcare Solutions will lead the complementary training and Q&A session, “Evaluation and Management Updates 2023: Training and Q&A” on February 7, 1-2:45 pm ET

Employee Snooping & Insider Threats

1st Talk Compliance features guest Raymond Ribble, CEO and Founder at SPHER, Inc., on the topic of “Employee Snooping & Insider Threats.” Ray joins our host Catherine Short to discuss snooping and insider threats and why user monitoring and ePHI access strategies are vital to the security of sensitive patient information and data protection. With so much attention and money surrounding cybersecurity in the healthcare industry, malicious employees may decide to purposefully disclose patient information. Since employees and contractors may have knowledge of your network setup, vulnerabilities, and access codes, snooping employees with malicious intent hold the key to exposing your organization to a series of unwanted risks and threats. Listen as we identify signs of unauthorized access, provide guidelines to prevent snooping, and offer procedures to detect insider threats.

Big Changes in 2023 for Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs)

Big Changes in 2023 for Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs)

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have created over 50 new C-codes (C7500–C7555) for Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) that affect many procedures. These codes were created to allow additional payment for packaged services for ASCs. This article highlights the new C-codes that affect Cardiology, Interventional Radiology and Electrophysiology.

A Harassment-Free Workplace vs the Right to Engage in Concerted Activity

1st Talk Compliance features guest Lauren Moak Russell, Counsel at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP in Wilmington, Delaware, on the topic of “A Harassment-Free Workplace vs the Right to Engage in Concerted Activity.” Lauren joins our host Catherine Short to discuss how the National Labor Relations Board under the Biden Administration has expressed a renewed interest in expanding its influence into non-unionized work forces. This includes reviewing and–in the right circumstances challenging–employers’ use of workplace civility, confidentiality, and anti-harassment policies. Listen as we discuss what you need to know to safely navigate the National Labor Relations Act while ensuring that your employees enjoy a safe and respectful work environment.