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					  Oklahoma
Association for
  Orthotics &
  Prosthetics
Annual Meeting




                   March 1-2, 2013
                  Marriott Southern Hills
                    Tulsa, Oklahoma
Prosthetics

    Prosthetics | Friday March 1, 2013                       2:00-3:30       How to Translate a Claim
                                                             			Will	cover	a	review	of	CMS	guidelines	for	correctly	
Silver Oak A                                                 filing	a	claim.	Presenter	will	use	actual	samples	of	
7:00-7:30	      Breakfast	•	Exhibit	Hall                     claims	and	troubleshoot	the	issues	surrounding	them	
                                                             from	start	to	finish.	Learn	how	to	translate	CMS	
7:30-9:30       New BeBionic Hand                            guidelines	into	“plain	English”	for	the	benefit	of	your	
			This	course	will	provide	clinicians	with	education	to	
                                                             practice.	
understand	and	optimize	testing,	training	and	fitting	       Presented by: Zita Upchurch, BSN,
of	myo-electric	upper	extremity	systems	and	terminal	        Provider Outreach Sr. Analyst – CGS
devices.	Special	focus	will	be	placed	on	patient	criteria	
and	proper	selection	of	candidates	for	RSL	Steeper’s	        3:30-4:00		     Break	•	Exhibit	Hall
BeBionic	3	compliant	myo-electric	controlled	hand.	
Industry	standard	software	as	well	as	software	specific	     4:00-6:00       interactive Approach to
to	the	BeBionic	3	hand	(BeBalance)	will	be	taught	                           lower limb Prosthetic
to	provide	practitioner	tools	to	optimize	patient	                           education Freedom
outcomes.	                                                   			Institute	of	Technology	presents	an	interactive	
Presented by: Anna Avakian, CPO – SPS                        educational	workshop.	Brief	overview	of	current	
                                                             composite	technology	including	the	Renegade	A-T	
9:30-10:00      Break	•	Exhibit	Hall                         and	gain	insight	into	the	Plié	2.0	MPC	Knee.	Learn	
10:00-12:00 New BeBionic Hand                                the	fundamentals	of	sound	documentation	to	
               (Continued)                                   ensure	your	billing	process	is	effective	and	you	have	
Presented by: Anna Avakian, CPO – SPS                        litigation	protection.	Participate	in	interactive	clinical	
                                                             case	studies	of	real	amputees	and	identify	why	your	
12:00-1:00      Lunch	/	State	Meeting
                                                             product	selection	is	appropriate.	Finally,	experience	
	               Sponsored	by:	ALPS	South
                                                             the	ease	of	programming	the	Plié	MPC	Knee	and	gain	
                                                             a	deeper	understanding	of	its	function.	
1:00-3:30       GeNerAl SeSSiON                              Presented by: John Gibson, CP –
                Silver Oak A                                 Freedom Innovations
1:00-2:00       Tips for Gaining and                         6:30-8:00		     Reception	•	Red	Bud	Room
                Working with Medicare
                Advantage Plans
			This	presentation	will	cover:                              Prosthetics| Saturday March 2, 2013
   W
•		 ays	that	O&P	companies	can	become	in	network	
                                                             Silver Oak A
   facilities	with	health	plans.
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•		 equesting	direct	communication	with	a	Plans	             7:00-8:00		     Breakfast	•	Exhibit	Hall
   Network	Service.                                          8:00-9:00       Transform Your Practice
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•		 hat	is	needed	for	complete	credentialing	which	                          by Providing Clinical
   will	include	references	to	what	NCQA	requires	of	                         education
   plans.                                                    			Centers	of	Influence	(COI)	can	be	one	of	the	most	
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•		 he	relationships	between	health	plans	and	facilities.    effective	sources	of	new	clients.	To	survive	-	and	
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•		 eeting	and	responding	to	requests	for	                   prosper	-	in	today’s	healthcare	arena,	O&P	Facilities	
   documentation	and/or	medical	records.                     will	need	to	develop	a	marketing	strategy	that	
			Overview	and	summary	of	what	Medicare	                    provides	ongoing	access	to	these	coveted	groups.	
Advantage	plans	require,	in	general.                         One	such	strategy	is	a	clinical	education	program.
Presented by: Lana Martin, CPCS – Windsor Health
Group, Facility Credentialing Team Lead                                                                 (Continued...)
                                                        orthotics

 			Practitioners	will	learn	how	to	develop	a	series	      Orthotics | Friday March 1, 2013
 of	continuing	education	programs	that	provide	
 value	and	continuing	education	credits	to	other	       Silver Oak B
 professionals	while	highlighting	the	practitioner’s	   7:00-7:30		     Breakfast	•	Exhibit	Hall
 expertise	at	the	same	time.	Attendees	will	be	
 taught	the	benefits	and	value	of	consistently	         7:30-9:30       Tri-planar Biomechanics
 in-servicing	their	referral	sources,	and	how	to	                       in Pediatric Function
 establish	an	ongoing	educational	platform.	Also,	         	Children	with	Cerebral	Palsy	present	with	multiple	
 case	study	of	an	O&P	facility	in	Ohio	will	be	         deformities	including	foot	hyperpronation	and	hip	
 examined	that	has	grown	their	business	over	24%	       displacement	secondary	to	abnormal	muscle	tone.	
 in	one	year	by	utilizing	a	similar	system.             This	leads	to	functional	limitations	including	poor	
 Presented by: Tom McGovern, VP –                       sitting	posture	and	stability	difficulty	with	ambulation.	
 Clinical Education Concepts                            This	course	will	explore	new	technology	in	hip	
                                                        orthotic	devices	and	AFOs	to	improve	the	function	
 9:00-10:00     Advances in Prosthetic
                                                        of	the	of	the	proprioceptive	system	as	well	as	the	
                Foot Design for All
                                                        biomechanical	posture	and	alignment.	
                Activity levels                         Presented by: Jackie Valdez, CO – Allard USA
 			Recent	developments	in	prosthetic	foot	and	
 knee	designs	have	prompted	a	review	of	long	           9:30-10:00		 Break	•	Exhibit	Hall
 held	views	on	amputee	gait.	The	presentation	will	     10:00-12:00 Tri-planar Biomechanics
 compare	the	inverted	pyramid	model,	dynamic	                           in Pediatric Function
 walking,	and	the	new	concept	of	“rollover	
                                                                       (Continued)
 shape”	with	the	long	accepted	6	determinants	
                                                        Presented by: Jackie Valdez, CO – Allard USA
 of	gait	model.	This	will	provide	insight	into	how	
 prosthetic	foot	designs	attempt	to	emulate	the	        12:00-1:00		 Lunch	/	State	Meeting
 physiologic	foot	and	ankle.                                            Sponsored	by:	ALPS	South
 			The	new	prosthetic	designs	introduced	will	
 include	moderate	to	very	high	activity	designs.	       1:00-3:30       GeNerAl SeSSiON
 Clinical	application	will	be	demonstrated	by	video	                    Silver Oak A
 and	patient	demonstration.                             1:00-2:00       Tips for Gaining and
 Presented by: Jack Richmond, CPOA –                                    Working with Medicare
 Fillauer Companies
                                                                        Advantage Plans
 10:00-10:30		 Break	•	Exhibit	Hall                     			This	presentation	will	cover:
                                                           W
                                                        •		 ays	that	O&P	companies	can	become	in	network	
 10:30-12:30 Advances in Prosthetic
                                                           facilities	with	health	plans.
                Foot Design for All
                                                           R
                                                        •		 equesting	direct	communication	with	a	plans	
                Activity levels
                                                           Network	Services
                (Continued)
                                                           W
                                                        •		 hat	is	needed	for	complete	credentialing	which	
                                                           will	include	references	to	what	NCQA	requires	of	
                                                           plans.
exhibit Hall ............ Sequoia                          T
                                                        •		 he	relationships	between	health	plans	and	facilities.
reception .............. red Bud                           M
                                                        •		 eeting	and	responding	to	requests	for	
                                                           documentation	and/or	medical	records.
Prosthetics ............. Silver Oak A                  			Overview	and	summary	of	what	Medicare
Orthotics ................ Silver Oak B                 			Advantage	plans	require,	in	general.
General Session .... Silver Oak A                       Presented by: Lana Martin, CPCS – Windsor Health
                                                        Group, Facility Credentialing Team Lead
orthotics

              Orthotics | Continued                          Orthotics | Saturday March 2, 2013
Silver Oak B                                                Silver Oak B
2:00-3:30       How to Translate a Claim                    7:00-8:00      Breakfast • Exhibit Hall
Will cover a review of CMS guidelines for correctly fil-    8:00-10:00     Managing Lower
ing a claim. Presenter will use actual samples of claims                   Extremity Diagnoses
and troubleshoot the issues surrounding them from             Gain information on innovative products that meet
start to finish. Learn how to translate CMS guidelines      today’s complex lower extremity diagnoses. Brief
into “plain English” for the benefit of your practice.      overview of muscle function and anatomy. Case
Presented by Zita Upchurch, BSN, Provider                   studies with positive outcomes will be reviewed.
Outreach Sr. Analyst – CGS                                  Discussion of selecting appropriate device for medical
3:30-4:00       Break • Exhibit Hall                        conditions in the ankle and foot. You will learn ideas
                                                            on increasing referral sources with a new dynamic
4:00-6:00       Advances in Lower                           adjustable AFO for soft tissue management.
                Extremity Orthotics                            Each O&P office attending will cast and receive
A quick review of the history of Lower Limb Orthotic
                                                            one complimentary sample of the recent patented
components as well as a look into the most recent
                                                            Revolution AFO for their office. Learn how to build
products introduced on the market. Explains advances
                                                            relationships with podiatrists and become part of the
that have taken place in manufacturing techniques.
                                                            care and treatment plan.
Examines new technologies employed, which allow             Presented by Frank Caruso, CO/LO –
orthosis to be lighter weight and more durable.             American Orthopedics
A large part of patient care todays involves the
awareness of the many options of materials and              10:00-10:30 Break • Exhibit Hall
product available to orthotists and matching them to        10:30-12:30 ProComp Introduction
each patient’s needs. Practitioners participating in this   A carbon infused polypropylene prepreg sheet
program will become familiar with the many choices          material compatible with vacuum thermoforming
they have and get a view of what they have to look          Polypropylene has been the material of choice in
forward to in the future.                                   the fabrication of lower extremity orthoses since the
Presented by: Russell J. Hornfisher –                       late 1960s. Various thermoplastic and thermoset
Becker Orthopedic                                           resin alternative materials have been explored
6:30-8:00       Reception • Red Bud Room                    with no displacement to the ubiquitous choice of
                                                            polypropylene. Currently, a new proprietary material
                                                            that utilizes discontinuous carbon fiber as a discrete
                                                            layer within the body of a polypropylene sheet has
                                                            entered the O&P market. ProComp is compatible with
                                                            industrial grade vacuum thermoforming as practiced
                                                            by many O&P labs in the United States. The carbon
                                                            infused polypropylene sheet offers an alternative
                                                            that has an upgrade in strength, fabrication melt
                                                            sag strength and the same finishing protocols as
                                                            homopolymer polypropylene. The material is also
                                                            supported by a standard addition L code.
                                                            Presented by: Brad Mattear, CPA, CFo,
                                                            Central US & National Strategic Account Manager –
                                                            Cascade Orthopedic Supply, Inc.,
                                                            Joe Young, CPO, Prosthetic Instructor – Francis
                                                            Tuttle Health Sciences Center

				
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