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               Phoenix Arizona AAPC Chapter
                             Presents




         Thank you for your Sponsorship




   Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, 2011
            Hyatt Regency - Phoenix
          Approved for 11 AAPC / AHIMA CEUs
                     Registration includes:
        ◊ Continental Breakfast ◊ Lunch ◊ Door Prizes ◊
            ◊ Networking ◊ Much, much more! ◊




           visit: www.grandcanyoncoders.com for more information
                                       Saturday, June 11, 2011
                                        Beef Up Your Coding

 7:00-7:45 AM   REGISTRATION                                    Atrium - 2nd Floor, Phoenix Hyatt
                BREAKFAST                                       Phoenix - 2nd Floor, Phoenix Hyatt

   7:50 AM      WELCOME                                Micki Belanus, CPC President Grand Canyon Coders
   8:00 AM                            KEYNOTE
                The Fraudster, Scammer & Organized Crime in Health Care Fraud
                                                                                 FBI Special Agent, Jan Burris
                Back by popular demand, hear Agent Burris discuss recent cases in Arizona, National cases and new
                trends in health care fraud.

   9:30 AM      BREAK – OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT WITH VENDORS                                               Atrium
                Management of Traumatic Brain Injuries                                  Joseph Zabramski, MD
  10:00 AM      Dr. Zambramski will discuss types of brain injuries and different modalities of treatments for those
  Complete      injuries.
                Heart Valve Repair and Replacement                 Betty Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I, CPCD
    Your        This session will cover heart valve repairs and replacement procedures. CPT guidelines for these
   Choices      procedures, along with modifiers will be discussed. Color surgical photos of various cases and a
                videotaped procedure will be shown to enhance the learning experience.
    First
   Through
                Introduction to Proctology for Coders                                     Rick A Shacket, DO
                ICD-9 Diagnoses of Colon, Rectum and Anal Diseases in simply easy to understand language and
   Fourth       pictures. CPT coding, coding problems and best-choice codes for most proctologic procedures (with
                illustrations) are discussed.
  Sessions
     To         Emergency Department Coding                       Kevin Solinsky, CPC, CPC-I, CEMC, CEDC
                Putting it all together
   Attend       We will look at the differences in the evaluation and management guidelines associated with the
                emergency department. We will also look at common procedures performed in the emergency
                department.
  11:30 AM      LUNCH – CODING GAMES

  12:30 PM      GENERAL SESSION
                Ergonomics and Exercises for a healthy work environment
                                                                                      William H Dimpfel, PT, OCS
                News and Views from AAPC
                                                                                     TBA
   1:30 PM      BREAK - OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT WITH VENDORS

  Disclaimer- Though not intending to, GGC reserves the right to make changes to speakers at any time without
  notice. Views expressed are those of the presenters are not necessarily endorsed by the GGC. The GGC does
     not assume any financial responsibility for any expenses incurred by registrants who must cancel travel
                                   arrangements due to course cancellation.



Seminar registration form is posted on the chapter website: www.grandcanyoncoders.com
                         Saturday, June 11, 2011 (continued)
           The Diagnosis World of Infectious Disease
1:45PM                                       Cindy Anneski, MD and Kevin Solinsky, CPC
           Dr Anneski will give is us some in-site into where and how infectious diseases are acquired by our body
Complete   and Kevin will cover the ICD-9 codes associated with these diseases.
           .
  Your
           Ins and Outs of the GI Anatomy                     Betty Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I,CPCD
Choices
           Take trip through the digestive tract from the first bite to the last splash. On your journey review the
  First    organs and their functions, placement and the interaction between organs.
Through
           Cleft Palate and Lip Surgery                                   Carol Pfeiffer, CPC, CPCD, CPRC
 Fourth    Learn the scope of cleft lip and palate rehabilitation from in-utero diagnosis to adulthood. We will discuss
Sessions   the nature and incidence of cleft lip and palate deformities. We will outline the various surgical
           intervention and timing of the surgeries from birth through adulthood. Coding for different types of clefts
   To      will be reviewed.
 Attend
           Wound Care Center Management                                      Lynne Solinsky RN, BSN, ACHRN
           Lynne will discuss the different types of wounds and their management within the wound center. She will
           also review the appropriate CPT and ICD-9 codes associated with wound care.
3:15 PM    BREAK – OPPORTUNITY TO VISIT WITH VENDORS                                                     Atrium

3:45 PM    Review of Basic Coding Principles in Oral and Maxillofacial Trauma
                                                                     Matthew Pagani MD
           This presentation will be a basic review of common codes encountered in oral and maxillofacial surgery.
           A brief description of injuries to the facial skeleton and their corresponding diagnoses and treatment
           codes will be discussed. The perspective is derived from a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial
Complete   Surgeon currently taking call at a Level 1 Trauma Center in a major urban setting.
  Your     Lesions, Masses and Tumors-Oh My!   Susan Ward, CPC,CPC-H, CPC-I, CEMC,
Choices    CPDC. CPRC and Betty Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I,CPCD
            The addition of new codes in the musculoskeletal system for tumor excisions has caused some
  First    confusion and miscoding. Learn when to use the new codes and when to use the codes in the
Through    Integumentary System section. Surgical op notes will be reviewed that address these issues.
           The Dark Side of Cardiology Interventions                              Robert Kiesecker, CPC, CCC
 Fourth
           We will review normal anatomy and then look at abnormal anatomy followed by numerous case studies.
Sessions   Bring your books.
   To      Strengthening Your E&M Documentation                            Linda Hallstrom, CPC, CPMA, CPC-
           I
 Attend
           We will explore some of the often overlooked but very important areas of documentation to support your
           provider services. Bring your challenges for everyone to review.
5:15 PM    End of Saturday Breakout Sessions




                                       Options for Saturday Night
                  Symphony Hall – Live & Let Die (Salute to the Beatles) 8:00PM
           If you are interested in this event for Saturday night mark your registration form.
                      We are able to secure tickets at a discounted price of $24.00.
                                       Sunday, June 12, 2011
                                        Beef Up Your Coding

  8:00 AM      BREAKFAST WITH VENDORS                                                                     Atrium
               ICD-10 Update                                         Betty Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I,CPCD
    8:45AM
               Are you keeping yourself current with the necessary trends and guidelines to necessitate the use of ICD-
   Complete    10? This presentation will focus on where your office should be in regards to be prepared for Oct 1, 2013
    Your       Beef Up Your Skills When Dissecting an OP Report
   Choices
                                                               Carol Lustfeldt RN, MHSA, CPC
   First and   Coding Op reports can be challenging. You need to have an understanding of terminology, anatomy, and
    Second     an understanding of what procedures are considered a component of the procedure(s) performed. It is
               the surgeon’s responsibility to dictate a document that will support medical necessity and clearly identify
  SessionsTo   what procedures were performed. It is imperative we start now in educating the physicians in being more
               specific in their documentation for ICD-10
    Attend
               Are YOU covered? Tips on creating an effective coding compliance plan
                                                                Denise Shoemaker, CPC, CPMA
               The objective of this presentation is to show how creating a coding compliance plan can be fun and
               effective. These compliance methods and tips can be based on small or large medical practices.
  10:15 AM     BREAK                                                                                      Atrium
               ICD-10 Update                                       Betty Johnson, CPC, CPC-H, CPC-I,CPCD
   10:30AM
               Are you keeping yourself current with the necessary trends and guidelines to necessitate the use of ICD-
  Complete     10? This presentation will focus on where your office should be in regards to be prepared for Oct 1, 2013
    Your
  Choices      Beef Up Your Skills When Dissecting an OP Report
  First and                                                    Carol Lustfeldt RN, MHSA, CPC
   Second      Coding Op reports can be challenging. You need to have an understanding of terminology, anatomy, and
 Sessions to   an understanding of what procedures are considered a component of the procedure(s) performed. It is
   Attend      the surgeon’s responsibility to dictate a document that will support medical necessity and clearly identify
               what procedures were performed. It is imperative we start now in educating the physicians in being more
               specific in their documentation for ICD-10
               Are YOU covered? Tips on creating an effective coding compliance plan
                                                               Denise Shoemaker, CPC, CPMA
               The objective of this presentation is to show how creating a coding compliance plan can be fun and
               effective. These compliance methods and tips can be based on small or large medical practices.
  12:00 PM     TH -TH- TH- THAT’S ALL, FOLKS!!

                                               About the Location
   The Hyatt Regency-Phoenix (122 N. Second Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004) is the site of the Grand Canyon
Coders’13th annual education conference. Take advantage of the special $110/night room rate by booking your
room by using the link on the chapter website (www.grandcanyoncoders.com) or via phone at 602-252-1234.
   The Hyatt is located in the center of downtown Phoenix – steps from Symphony Hall, Chase Field, U S
Airways Arena, Arizona Science Center, Herberger Theater and more. This places you near spectacular sports,
arts, and cultural attractions.
    Parking is on your own at an approximate cost of $12 to $15/day. Information about Hyatt-sponsored
parking garage will be included in your confirmation e-mail.

                                           Registration Information
Seminar registration form is posted on the chapter website: www.grandcanyoncoders.com

                          Phoenix AZ AAPC Chapter – Grand Canyon Coders
                                             13th Annual Conference
                                             Beef Up Your Coding
                                       Registration Form
                         (One registrant per form. Please print legibly)

Name                                                              Credentials


Street Address                                                    Phone


City, State, Zip                                                  AAPC/AHIMA Membership #


E-Mail Address                                                    (Confirmation and receipt will be sent
                                                                  via e-mail within 7 days of receipt)


                                                                                            NON- AAPC
                                                           AAPC MEMBER
                                                AAPC                          NON- AAPC      MEMBER
          Registration Fees                                 INCLUDING
                                               MEMBER                          MEMBER      INCLUDING
                                                            PAY PAL FEE
                                                                                           PAY PAL FEE
Saturday Only Paid By June 1                   $150.00        $155.50          $175.00       $181.50

Saturday Only Paid After June 1                $200.00                         $225.00

Saturday and Sunday Paid By June1              $200.00        $206.75          $225.00       $232.50
Saturday and Sunday Paid After June 1          $250.00                         $275.00


Registration Fee: $____________________               Check #___________________
(Tax ID # 20-5557600)    (Make check payable to Phoenix AZ AAPC Chapter or Grand Canyon Coders)
Credit Card payment through PayPal available at www.grandcanyoncoders.com

Name on Credit Card____________________________

Pay Pal Confirmation #_______________________

Lunch Entrée (place an x beside your choice) __Barbeque & Blackberry Glazed Chicken
                                             __Beef Tenderlion Bourguigonne

Cancellations: Non Refundable $25 Registration Fee/Non Refundable Pay Pal Fee prior to 6/1.
               Registration transferable to another participant, but not refundable after 6/1.


Mail completed registration form with payment to: Dwlinda Core CPC, CPMA
                                                  17961 W Lawrence Lane
                                                  Waddell, AZ 85355
                                                  Dwlinda@memoryimaging.com

Registration Questions? Contact Dwlinda at       H 623-742-3893
                                                 C 602-430-7715


        Name_____________________________________ Credentials ____________________
For each breakout session, number your preferences 1 through 4. If your first choice is not
available, you will be given your second choice, etc. on a first-come-first-served basis. Do not
use a check – numbers must be used.


       Saturday, June 11, 2011

       Session A: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
       ___   A1- Management of Traumatic Brain Injuries
       ___   A2- Heart Valve Repair and Replacement
       ___   A3- Introduction to Proctology for Coders
       ___   A4- Emergency Department Coding

       Session B: 1:45 PM – 3:15 PM
       ___   B1- The Diagnosis World of Infectious Disease
       ___   B2- Ins and Outs of the GI Anatomy
       ___   B3- Cleft Palate and Lip Surgery
       ___   B4- Wound Care Center Management

       Session C: 3:15 PM – 5:15 PM
       ___   C1- Review of Basic Coding Principles in Oral And Maxillofacial Trauma
       ___   C2- Lesions, Masses and Tumors – Oh My!
       ___   C3- The Dark Side of Cardiology Interventions
       ___   C4- Strengthening Your E/M Documentation


       ___ I am interested in the symphony on Saturday night. Please checkmark and we will get
       in touch with you


       Sunday, June 12, 2011
       For Sunday the sessions are being repeated. Please select your first 2 choices for
       both sessions. We will make every effort to give you your choices.

       Session D: 8:45 AM – 10:15 AM
       ___   D1- ICD-10 Update
       ___   D2- Beef Up Your Skills When Dissecting an OP Report
       ___   D3- Are YOU covered? Tips on creating an effective coding compliance plan

       Session E: 10:30 AM – 12:00 AM
       ___ E1- ICD-10 Update
       ___ E2- Beef Up Your Skills When Dissecting an OP Report
       ___ E3- Are YOU covered? Tips on creating an effective coding compliance plan

				
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