Coding Course for Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Generate more revenue for your practice, make your job more rewarding, and earn up to 12 credits of CME or 9.5 CEUs.
Attend SMFM’s Coding Course to better understand codes and coding procedures, ultimately generating more revenue for your practice. Designed especially for MFMs and their staff, the SMFM Coding Course features class discussions with world renowned speakers, including Pamela Kostantenaco and Trisha Malisch. Receive information and tools to improve your documentation and make your job more rewarding.
Register by September 15th to enjoy a $100 discount on the registration fee. Additional discounts are available to fellows, residents, nurses, and administrative staff. If you are a member of SMFM, please click on the aqua "Register Now" button below to register online or download the Coding Course Program, complete the registration form, and return as indicated with your payment. If you are not an SMFM member, you have two options: 1.) Create a free account to register online; or 2.) if you do not wish to create an account, please download the Coding Course Program and complete the registration form therein.
Secure a hotel room. A block of rooms has been reserved at the B Resort & Spa in Lake Buena Vista, Florida at the special group rate of $152 per night. Room reservations can be made on the hotel's website or by calling the hotel directly at 1-866-990-6850. Callers must identify their affiliation with the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine Coding Course. Secure your room by September 27, 2017 to receive the special group rate.
Hear from a past Coding Course attendee. "I work at an academic institution that has a resident/faculty model for almost all patient encounters. It [the SMFM Coding Course] has allowed me to generate more revenue for my department which places me in a favorable standing with my chairman...While the billing knowledge was fantastic, this Course has allowed me to improve the quality of care that we provide to our patients. This has occurred because I was better able to explain billing reimbursement to our providers which led to them being more hands on with the residents in their daily patient encounters to ensure they captured their time but most importantly to give their time to capture. It has been a motivator for quality improvement and this was an unforeseen benefit." -Nathan Drever MDRegister Now
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