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You may register online or over the phone with a credit/debit card, or you may request an invoice and pay by check. To pay be credit card over the phone, please call 561.434.4740.
Recorded webinars can be purchased via our online store. Webinar library subscriptions can be purchased by calling 888.568.4993.
Yes. We offer several annual webinar subscriptions that include access to all of the webinars in our archives.
Whether you purchase access to an existing webinar library subscription or build your own custom webinar library, your subscription access is good for one year from your date of purchase.
For inquiries about building your own custom webinar library, please call Jennifer Cipriani. Jennifer can be reached at 888.568.4993.

Purchase of individual, previously recorded webinars permits one-time, on-demand listening and viewing rights to the webinar that you have purchased. A link to the webinar will be released to you via email following purchase of the webinar.

Subscribers of a webinar library subscription have unlimited access to all of the webinars in that subscription for one year from the original date of purchase.
For technical support for any of our webinar products, please call Cari LaPlace, Webinar Products Engineer, at 561.434.4740.
The webinars are worth 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC specialty credits to all certified coders in your organization. Subscribers who successfully pass a 15-question webinar post-test with a 70% or higher will receive a CEU certificate via email.

The first step in ensuring maximum reimbursement for emergency medical provider services is in training providers in the nuances of proper medical record documentation. Given the inherent environment of the average ER, it is easy to overlook the significance of proper completion of the medical record. Poor documentation precludes the ability to code a specific service, and can result in down coding a visit to a lesser code in order to ensure compliance with documentation and coding rules and regulations.

Recorded by Dr. John Stimler, these webinars will give your providers specialty-specific information and tools they can use every day to accurately and completely report emergency medical services. The webinars in Subscription #1 include:

  • Title: Emergency Medicine Provider Documentation Straight Talk: Critical Concepts Every Provider
  • Title: Critical Care for the Emergency Medicine Provider
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Procedures: Documentation Concepts Every Provider Should Know

Given the inherent environment of the average ER, it is easy for residents and new emergency medicine doctors to overlook the significance of proper completion of the medical record. Poor documentation precludes the ability to code a specific service, and can result in downcoding a visit to a lesser code in order to ensure compliance with documentation and coding rules and regulations.

Critical also is an understanding of the medical billing and coding processes, and the roles both play in the revenue cycle. Medical billing and coding are complex vocations that require extensive knowledge of the healthcare system, accounting, and a vast suite of medical code sets, subjects not taught in medical school or residency programs.

These webinars use simple language to familiarize new emergency medicine doctors and residents with emergency medicine billing processes and terminology used by medical billing specialists and their peers. They will also provide emergency medicine doctors and residents with specialty-specific information and tools they can use every day to accurately and completely report emergency medical services.

The webinars in Subscription #2 include:

  • Title: Basic Billing Processes and Terminology
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Documentation Done Right – Evaluation and Management Documentation Concepts
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Documentation Done Right – Critical Care
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Documentation Done Right – Procedures
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Documentation Done Right – Diagnoses
  • Title: Emergency Medicine Documentation Done Right – Advanced Reimbursement Concepts
This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 43.5 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor. 

The BSA Healthcare Advisory Group offers on-demand, web-based access to recorded versions of its popular coding, reimbursement, and practice management webinars. Benefits of Subscription #3 include:

  • A total of 43.5 CEU and/or CEDC specialty credits to coding employees of subscribing companies.
  • On-demand access to training materials at your employees’ convenience, and from any location they choose.
  • The ability to provide group training to staff in different locations.
  • The ability to train new hires or provide ad-hoc refresher courses to current staff members at a fraction of the fees that would be required for on-site training.

The webinars in Subscription #3 include:

  • Critical Care – An Update: Are you over or underutilizing Critical Care Codes? – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • An Update: Emergency Medicine CPT® Code 99285 – A Comprehensive Review – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • An Update: Emergency Medicine CPT Codes 99283 and 99284 – Distinguishing the Difference Between the Two – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Use of the Medicare Audit Tool Parts I and II – AAPC Approved for 3.0 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Choice of Principal Diagnosis in Emergency Medicine – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Fracture and Dislocation Care Coding in Emergency Medicine – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs, CEDC CSFAC or COSC credits
  • Emergency Medicine Procedures: Recognizing Procedures in the ED Chart, Clinical Examples & Descriptions – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs, CEDC, CEMC or CASCC credits
  • Observation and Ultrasound Documentation and Coding in Emergency Medicine – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Emergency Medicine Coding: Your Most Commonly Asked Clinical Questions Answered
  • Emergency Medicine Coding: Controversial and Commonly Asked Emergency Medicine Coding Questions and Topics
  • Important Concepts in Provider Documentation – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Creation and Implementation of an Effective Emergency Medicine Coder QA Program – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs, CEDC, CPMA, or CANPC credits
  • Emergency Medicine Coding Reports: The What, The Why, and The How Often Behind the Successful Review and Interpretation of Critical Coding Data – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs, CEDC, CPMA, or CANPC credits
  • CMS vs. CPT® E/M Coding Requirements and Payer Considerations and Admissions and Transfers Case Level Severity Review – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Payer Audits: Defending Yourself Against the Inevitable – AAPC Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • Proper Documentation of Medical Necessity and Medical Decision Making
  • Urgent Care Evaluation and Management Documentation and Coding – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part One: Overview for Emergency Medicine Providers and Coders – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC, CPCO, CPMA credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Two: The Integumentary and Endocrine Systems – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Three: The Skeletal System – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Four: The Muscular System – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CCPC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, COSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, CRHC, CSFAC, CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Five: The Cardiovascular System – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A CEUs or CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CCC, CCVTC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPCO or CPMA credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Six: The Hematologic and Lymphatic Systems – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A, CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CCC, CCVTC, CHONC, CPMA, or CPCO credits.
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Seven: The Respiratory System – AAPC-Approved for 1.5 Core A, CEDC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CCC, CCVTC, CPMA, CENTC or CPCO credits.
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Eight: The Urinary and Reproductive Systems – AAPC approved for 1.5 CEUs Core A, CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, COBGC, CUC, or CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Nine: The Nervous System – AAPC approved for 1.5 CEUs Core A, CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, or CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Ten: The Digestive System – AAPC approved for 1.5 CEUs Core A, CEDC, CANPC, CASCC, CEMC, CFPC, CGIC, CGSC, CIMC, CPEDC, CPMA, CHONC, or CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Eleven: The Eye, Ear and Surrounding Structures – AAPC approved for 1.5 CEUs Core A, CEDC, CPMA, or CPCO credits
  • ICD-10 Implementation Series, Part Twelve: Wrap Up for Emergency Medicine Coders
  • Top 25 Principal Diagnoses in Emergency Medicine and an ICD-9 vs. ICD-10 Comparative Code Choice Overview – A Two Part Webinar
  • Restoring Fairness to Emergency Medicine Reimbursement
  • Optimize Your Billing Company Performance: The Reports You Need to Watch
  • Top Five Reasons For Lost Revenue
  • Setting an Emergency Physician Fee Schedule
  • Negotiating Billing Contracts
  • Valuation of Emergency Physician Accounts Receivable
  • Contemplating Performing Your Own Billing
  • Managed Care Contracting: What to Consider – A Two Part Webinar
  • 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule, MACRA, and a Healthcare Reform Law Update
  • 2015 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule, Healthcare Reform Law Update and an Environmental Assessment of the Future of Emergency Medicine Reimbursement
  • 2014 Revenue Modeling for Newly Insured Patients Under The Affordable Care Act Webinar
  • Billing Non-contracted Payers – Including a Special Focus on the “Greatest of 3” Language
  • Collection Agency Processes: The Black Box of the Revenue Chain
  • Collection Agency Analytics: The Hidden Benefits – Improving Cash Collections Through Enhanced Collection Agency Reporting
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