Continuing education is essential for our industry’s professionals to stay current with the latest rules and regulations.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) January 29, 2020
ESO, the leading data and software company serving emergency medical services (EMS), fire departments and hospitals, today announced its Wave conference, the premier technology and data conference for first responders, has been approved by the National Academy of Ambulance Compliance (NAAC) to offer continuing education units (CEUs) for attendees. Select sessions in the Revenue Recovery and Clinical Data Management tracks, including sessions on realizing real-dollar revenue and corporate compliance, are eligible.
“Continuing education is essential for our industry’s professionals to stay current with the latest rules and regulations,” said Amanda Stark, Executive Director of NAAC. “We are pleased that ESO has decided to offer the opportunity to earn NAAC CEUs for the Certified Ambulance Coders, Certified Ambulance Compliance Officers and Certified Ambulance Privacy Officers who attend Wave.”
Courses approved for CEUs include:
- Corporate Compliance: Who Needs It? And Why it’s Important?
As the EMS system has matured, it is now regulated by a complex web of rules. Because of that, there are a variety of risk areas to consider, including CMS regulations, State and Federal Regulations, Research, HIPAA and Security.
- The Double Documentation Dilemma: What elements of an ePCR must be Repeated in the Narrative?
Look at the critical differences between data elements and narratives – and explore how a good, comprehensive and chronological narrative tells the full story of a patient encounter.
- Three Recent Ambulance False Claims Act Cases that will Change how You do Business
Federal agencies are pursuing ambulance services of all sizes and types for filing false and fraudulent claims with Medicare and other government insurers. Explore critical lessons ambulance services have ignored until it was too late.
- Realizing Real-dollar Revenue:
The bottom line is essential to adding services and hiring more staff. Explore what West Metro Fire in Colorado did to recognize lost revenue, save money and create a system for better billing processes.
“We’re excited to partner with NAAC and offer these courses to our Wave attendees,” said Dr. Brent Myers, Chief Medical Officer for ESO. “We are pleased that our attendees will be able to fulfill continuing education requirements while gaining knowledge that will improve our ability to effectively serve our communities.”
To register for Wave, visit: http://www.eso.com/wave-2020/
ESO is dedicated to improving community health and safety through the power of data. Since its founding in 2004, the company continues to pioneer innovative, user-friendly software to meet the changing needs of today’s EMS agencies, fire departments, and hospitals. ESO currently serves more than 10,000 customers throughout North America with a broad software portfolio, including the industry-leading ESO Electronic Health Record (EHR), the next generation ePCR; ESO Health Data Exchange (HDE), the first-of-its-kind healthcare interoperability platform; ESO Fire and ESO FIREHOUSE Software for fire departments; and ambulance revenue recovery/billing software. ESO is headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit http://www.eso.com.