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2016 National Urgent Care Convention Recording Bundle 

Recorded April 17-30, 2016 in Orlando, Fl

There are 69 hours of Clinical and Practrice Management Breakout session.  Most sessions are one hour synced audio and power points but there are a few indicated below that are live video recordings.  

Courses included:

Updates in Pediatric Guidelines - Victor Chou, MD

Are You a Dermatology Expert? -  Chrysa Charno, PA-C, MBA

Finger Tendon Injuries in the Urgent Care Clinic - Tom Gocke, MS, ATC, PA-C, DFAAPA

Understanding the Myths and Integrating Evidence Based Medicine Part 1 -  Steven Engelberg, PA-C, PhD

Understanding the Myths and Integrating Evidence Based Medicine Part II - Steven Engelberg, PA-C, PhD

MRSA Update - Joe Mazziotta, MD

Pearls and Things You Cannot Miss! - Ron Elfenbein, MD

Panel Discussion: Everything Non-Clinical That You’ve Ever Wanted to Know, but Were Afraid to Ask - Victor Chou, MD; Spencer Hamer, Kelli Mulloy and David Woods (No CME Credit Available)

Dealing with Difficult to Treat Wounds and Ulcers - Joe Mazziotta, MD

Treating the Pregnant Patient in the Urgent Care Setting - Jeannie Kenkare, DO

Occupational Medicine: Workers Compensation Best Practices - Donald Herip, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Patient Impressions and Priorities for a Positive Patient Experience - Enaka Yembe, MD

Urgent Care State of the Union: Future Success or Saturation -  Michael Boyle, MD, MBA

Breaking the Chain of Embezzlement - Kurt Tullar, JD

Integration of Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine - Bonnie Peterson, BSN

Strategic Planning for Profitable Growth A Plan for Growth: The Second Center and Beyond  - Jill Tahmooressi, MBA, BS, BSN, RN-BC and Monica Ruiz-Valls, BSN, RN, CPN

Measuring and Improving Patient Satisfaction - Mary Kate Dilts Skaggs, DNP, RN, NE-BC

Diagnose Your UCC’s Performance; A Process to Evaluate for Operational and Financial Excellence - Martin Karpiel, MPA

Consolidation/M&A Activity in Urgent Care - Dexter Braff

Building a Positive Team Culture - Sarah Arora, MBA

Integration of Occupational, Employee Health and Urgent Care Within a Health System - Christine Stallkamp, MD FAAFP CHCQM

More Than Just Acute Pharyngitis: Demonstrating Value to a Large Health System - Joseph Vance, MHA, John Barrett, MD; Teresa Abell, RN, CLNC

Data Driven Decision Making: Perception Is Not Always Reality - Jeff Pendino

Occupational Medicine: Sales/Marketing - Donald Herip, MD, MPH, FACOEM

Preparing for a Laboratory Survey - Ann Bachman,BS MT(ASCP), CLC(AMT)

Top Legal Issues Facing Urgent Care - Damaris Medina and Ron Lebow

A Strategic Approach to Evaluating and Driving Your Business Forward -  Luke Hart

Panel Discussion: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Ask about Urgent Care within the Large Health System  - Joseph Vance , MHA, John Barrett, MD; Teresa Abell, RN, CLNC (No CME or UCMC Credit)

Catastrophe Averted - So, Now What Do We Do With the ICD-10 Data - Amy Dunatov  MPH, FACMPE, CCS-P

Urgent Care Triage Criteria for Adult Patients- Best Practices - Donald Herip MD, MPH, FACOEM

The Pre-Operative Evaluation in the Urgent Care Setting - Jeannie Kenkare, DO

Don’t Worry, Be Happy--Treating Anxiety and Depression in the Urgent Care Setting - Michael Loeb, MD

Frequently Missed Pediatric Orthopedic Injuries - Brendan Kilbane, MD

Common Practice Myths That May Be Costing You Time and Money, and Causing Harm to Your Patients - Patrick O’Malley, MD

Diagnosing Deception in Urgent Care - Don Cui PA-C, AE-C

Wake up People! Let’s Talk About Sleep - Michael Loeb, MD

Evaluating Pediatric Fever in the Acute Care Setting - Brendan Kilbane, MD

Management of Common Hand, Wrist and Upper Limb Pathology in Urgent Care Setting - Alejandro Badia, MD, FACS

Multiple Applications for Office Based Spirometry: A Novel Approach for Enhancing Revenues - Don Cui, PA-C, AE-C

Point of Care or Near-Patient Testing in the Urgent Care Setting Supports a Patient-Centric Approach Improving Clinical Decision-Making - Paul Morris, MD

Updates in Wound Care Management - Patrick O’Malley, MD

The Three R’s of Coding: Risk, Reimbursement and Reward - Sharon Nicka, RN, CPC

Tune up the Front Desk for Improved Collections - Cheyenne Brinson, MBA, CPA

HIPAA, OSHA, Updates - Ann Bachman, BS MT(ASCP), CLC(AMT)

Engaging with Millennials: How to Market Your Facility to the Mobile Generation - Chris Behan

Key Performance Indicators for Urgent Care Billing - Martin Karpiel, MPH

Medical Staff Quality, Credentialing & Privileging in the Urgent Care Setting - Laurel Stoimenoff, PT, CHC and Cindi Lang, RN, MS

Volume to Value: Population Health and Urgent Care - Gregory Carroll, MD

Best Administrative, Operational and Clinical Practices for Urgent Care Centers in Tomorrow’s Market  - Nate Newman, MD

Creative Grassroots Marketing in Urgent Care - Suzy Buck and Logan McCall

Billing Office Best Practices: Work Smarter, Not Harder - Cheyenne Brinson, MBA, CPA

Establishing a Quality Program - Lori Swanson, RN, MHSA, CHC

A Practical Guide to Creating and Maintaining a Compliance Program for Urgent Care Practices - Stephen Sonnenfeldt-Goddard, MPA, CHC, CHPC, CHR

Adapting Your Business and Patient Experience to a Changing Healthcare Consumer - Cameron Cox

Referral Relationships with Primary Care and Specialists - Alan Ayers, MBA, MAcc

Crafting a Legal and Effective Social Media Policy - Spencer Hamer

Clinical Documentation in the World of ICD10 for the Urgent Care Provider - Christine Stallkamp, MD FAAFP CHCQM

Lab Set-up and Management - Tim Dumas

Telemedicine for the Urgent Care Operator - David Boucher

Developing a Scalable, Repeatable Model for Growth - Lynne Rosen

Hospital Urgent Care in an Integrated Delivery Model - Michael Boyle

Contracting and Credentialing as Primary Care and Urgent Care - Tammy Mallow

A Deep Dive into Yelp - Chris Behan

Safety of Employees and Patients (Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity - Patrice Pash, BSN, RN

Payers Roundtable: Where Do Urgent Care Clinics Fit in These Days? - Boyd Faust, CPA , Moderator; Panelists:  Frank L. Ulibarri; Alex Gray; Teri J. Clay (NO CME or UCMC Credit)

Dermatologic Diagnosis and Point of Care Decision Support - Art Papier, MD

Management of Needle Stick and Body Fluid Exposure in Urgent Care: Treatment of the Exposed Health Care Worker - Tracey Davidoff, MD

Care Coordination - Robin Shannon , MBA, RN, MN

Workplace Safety/Violence Prevention, Spencer Hamer

 

Designation Statement 

The Urgent Care Association of America designates this enduring material activity for a maximum of 66 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. Credit for this course is good for 1 year after purchase.

Urgent Care Management Certificate 

earn UCMC Credit on eligible Practice Management Sessions.  

Submitting for Credit:  

If you would like to submit for either of the credit above, once you complete the activity you must submit for credit you will need to complete the 5 question exam.  You must answer 3 out of 5 correctly to receive credit.  Your credit will be placed in your profile under Professional Development or click on "My Credits".  Email education@ucaoa.org with questions.  

 

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