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Convention 2015:  Main Convention Bundle 

The 2015 National Urgent Care Convention Bundle contains 66 hours of recorded sessions and synced power point presentations in both Clinical and Practice Management. There is a significant discount for purchasing this bundle versus purchasing the sessions on their own.  Individual sessions are $50 for members and $70 for non-members.  Most all sessions are available for Continuing Medical Education Credit.  

The below sessions include audio and power points.  

  1. Achieving Best Practices through the Accreditation Standards: Governance, Human Resources and Physical Environment
  2. Achieving Best Practices through the Accreditation Standards: Health Record Management and Quality Improvement
  3. Achieving Best Practices through the Accreditation Standards: Patient Care Processes and Patient Privacy, Rights and Responsibilities
  4. Achieving Best Practices through the Accreditation Standards:Starting the Accreditation Process
  5. Achieving Best Practices through the Accreditation Standards - Panel Discussion: Benefits to Your Organization (No CME Credit)
  6. Achieving Optimal Clinical Flow
  7. Are you Making these Common Pediatric Mistakes? (Basic Clinical)
  8. Ask the Experts Panel (No CME Credit)
  9. Billing/Coding in the World of Flat Fee Contracts (Covers S-Codes).
  10. Business Contracts: Turn Any Contract to Your Advantage
  11. Challenges & Opportunities of a Hospital Owned & Operated UCC: Growth in a Competitive Market (Hospital Owned UC)
  12. Clinical Jeopardy (Adv. Clinical)  (No CME Credit)
  13. Clinical Practice Risk Management when working with PA/NP Part 1 (Adv. Clinical)
  14. Clinical Practice Risk Management when working with PA/NP Part 2 (Adv. Clinical)
  15. Closing Keynote: Connecting the Healthcare Disconnect
  16. Coding Audits and Compliance
  17. Connecting with theGreater Healthcare System: Urgent Care in ACOs, Skinny Networks, Capitation, etc. (Hospital Owned UC)
  18. Consumer Attitudes, Awareness, Understanding and Behavior Regarding Urgent Care
  19. Dealing With Case Rates: Getting Paid for Higher Acuity Visits and Procedures
  20. Dermatology Review: Top 15 Rashes in Urgent Care (Basic Clinical)
  21. Developing a Patient Focused Culture
  22. Differentiating Your Practice in a Market Saturated with Walk-In Choices
  23. Disruptive Providers and How to Deal with Them
  24. Drug Testing (Basic Clinical)
  25. EKG (Adv. Clinical)
  26. Evaluation of TB Exposures and Blood Borne Pathogen Exposures (Basic Clinical)
  27. Goals, Organizational Priorities, Leadership and Performance Indicators
  28. Gynecological Case Studies (Basic Clinical)
  29. Hospital Urgent Care Strategies for Driving Downstream Revenue (Hospital Owned UC)
  30. How to Connect and Make an Impact on Local Government- Panel Discussion  (No CME Credit)
  31. ICD-10 Readiness: Things to Do Before You Start
  32. Incorporating Occupational Health Services Into Urgent Care Clinics
  33. Integration of Urgent Care and Primary Care
  34. Introduction to Telemedicine for Urgent Care Operators and Clinicians
  35. Language Translation and Accessibility Compliance
  36. Leveraging Digital, Social, and Mobile Marketing to Drive Volumes
  37. Making Sound Decisions in Urgent Care Practice (Adv. Clinical)
  38. Management for MDs (Basic Clinical)
  39. Medical Malpractice Insurance Cost Containment and Risk Management Panel
  40. Medicolegal Quicksand: The Patient (Adv. Clinical)
  41. Megatrend of Patient Centricity and the Role of Retail and Digital Health
  42. Mergers & Acquisitions - Buy and Sell Panel  (No CME Credit)
  43. Mergers & Acquisitions Hospital Joint Ventures Panel  (No CME Credit)
  44. More X-ray Findings You Don’t Want To Miss (Adv. Clinical)
  45. Operationalizing Your Mission: Strategies for Translating Values and Vision to Front Line Staff Action in the Urgent Care Setting
  46. Pediatric Cough (Basic Clinical)
  47. Positioning For Growth: Developing Scalable, Repeatable Processes (Focus on Methods & Procedures)
  48. PR 201: Quote This. Not That. A Reporter’s Guide for Doing a Great Media Interview
  49. Process Improvement via Patient Facing Technology- Panel Discussion
  50. Recruiting, Interviewing and Hiring Insights: How to Comply with the Law and Attract Top Talent
  51. Role of Urgent Care in Integrated Care Delivery Systems
  52. Sexually Transmitted Infections & The New HIV Protection Guidelines (Basic Clinical)
  53. Should I X-ray That? When X-rays Are Not Always Necessary (Basic Clinical)
  54. Smart Strategies for Employee Termination
  55. Sustaining Customer Service Success in the Urgent Care Setting
  56. The Early Years: 0-5 years of Urgent Care Operation
  57. The Importance of Media Relations and How to Work with Media
  58. The Rapid Urgent Care Neurologic Exam (Adv. Clinical)
  59. The Utilization of Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in your Clinic
  60. Treating the Pregnant Patient for Common Ailments (Basic Clinical)
  61. Urgent Care Approach to the Evaluation and Management of Low Risk Chest Pain (Adv. Clinical)
  62. Urgent Care at the Crossroads: Critical Issues Affecting the Industry in 2015
  63. Urgent Evaluation of Syncope: How to Rule-Out Life-Threatening Illness with a Bedside Exam (Adv. Clinical)
  64. Utilizing Part Time Employees
  65. Value Stream Mapping
  66. Why coding knowledge/expertise is important even with an EMR system
  67. Xray Findings You Don't Want To Miss

Faculty:  Information on the faculty is available in the individual sessions

Credit Information:

Designation Statement

The Urgent Care Association of America designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 62 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM . Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Accreditation Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.

UCMC Credit

Many of the Practice Management Sessions are available for UCMC Credit 

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