2019 Urology Advanced Coding and Reimbursement Seminar
Your 2019 Topics
The PRS Network speakers have identified important topics for you to maximize your reimbursement. Learn about new revenue opportunities.
One of the most important parts of maximizing your reimbursement is knowing how to code and bill the services you provide. The PRS Experts will help you improve your coding expertise through scenarios and questions submitted by attendees.
Advanced coding education with applied learning through scenarios
Problematic practice coding identified by PRS Network and attendees. All attendees are encouraged to submit topics for inclusion.
MIPS final rule, expectations, timelines and practice planning. Don’t lose out on future revenue, learn what actions you need to take now.
Medicare updates for 2019, RVUs, rule changes and other impact issues for Urology. You may need to change your direction.
Healthcare reform impact and preparation.
The Need to Know Details
Date: 11/30 – 12/1, 2018
Time: 7:30am – 5pm each day
Location: Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Book Hotel Now ($110 average nightly rate + taxes & fees)
Format: Live interactive seminar
Presented by: Dr. Ray Painter, Mark Painter, Larry Kemp, TBD
AAPC CEU Credits: Up to 14 continuing education hours
Continental Breakfast and Lunch Included Both Days.
Learn from Experts and Your Urology Colleagues
Learn from the PRS experts and the other attendees. This seminar promotes open discussions with the group.
One of the best parts of the seminar is learning, networking and sharing ideas with others. One of the best resources is other urologists and staff. Learn from other like minded people.
Please bring your questions and share your ideas.
|Special Early Bird (Ends 8/31/18)||Registration|
|1st Attendee – 2 Days||$845||$995|
|1st Attendee – 1 Days||$595||$695|
|Additional Attendee – 2 Days||$680||$795|
|Additional Attendee – 1 Days||$475||$545|
What Attendees Like About the Seminar
“Q&A That it is all urology!”
“Very informative, organized and knowledgeable. Getting to network with other urology practices and learn new and different ways to improve quality of care and the bottom line.”
“Up to date info; discussion and audience participation”
“Opportunities for case discussion.”
“Real life coding situations”
“I liked it all. I learned a lot. The question answer segments were helpful. All of my questions were answered”
“Being able to ask questions of the experts”
“The question and answer portion”
“MIPS / MACRA”