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Foothills District Workshop: Essential Documentation: Practice Act to Medicare
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The documentation course will review the NC Practice Act, common requirements for reimbursement, best practices for functional outcomes, and methods in reducing risk associated with documentation.

12/15/2018
When: Saturday, December 15, 2018
8:00 AM
Where: CHS Blue Ridge--Morganton Campus (Grace Hospital)
MORGANTON, North Carolina 
United States
Presenter: Martha Y. Zimmerman, PT, MA Ed
Contact: John Orta
336-244-4244

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Title: Essential Documentation: Practice Act to Medicare 
Presenter: Martha Y. Zimmerman, PT, MA Ed
Location: CHS Blue Ridge--Morganton Campus (Grace Hospital) 

Approved for 3 CEUs for Physical Therapist, Physical Therapist Assistants, Occupational Therapist and Occupational Therapy Assistants

Time: Registration: 8:00am to 8:30am 
          Course begins at 8:30am until 11:40am 

Registration Fee: Non-APTA Members: $30; APTA Members: $5
                              Pay at the door by cash or check

Pre-Registration: To pre-register, send your name, credentials, and license number (and membership number if member) to ncpta.foothills@gmail.com no later than Dec. 13. 

For example: Mary Smith, PT, P34134, APTA Membership Number: 216054 

Onsite Registration 8:00am to 8:30am  BASED ON SEAT AVAILABILITY
                                    
  
Description: The documentation course will review the NC Practice Act, common requirements for reimbursement, best practices for functional outcomes, and methods in reducing risk associated with documentation.

Objectives:  
Upon completion of Essential Documentation: Practice Act to Medicare, participants will:
  1. Know the NC practice act, rule and position states on documentation critical to insure legal adherence.
  2. Understand how to documentation skilled level and medical necessity care to obtain reimbursement.
  3. Acknowledge appropriate goals that match evidence based functional test and assessments, aiding in improving patient outcomes.
  4. Recognize how to write daily notes that match or provide evidence toward obtaining goals through the use of functional tests and assessment tools.
  5. Learn how to avoiding fraud, abuse and other illegal issues related to documentation.