Physical Therapy Ethics: Do the Ends Justify the Means?
NJ Physical Therapists are required to complete 4 hours of Ethics and Jurisprudence each biennial license renewal period. This 2.5 hour Ethics course is approved by the NJ Board of Physical Therapy Examiners (approval code # 1803-77) and is intended to coordinate with the required 1.5 hour Jurisprudence Assessment Module (JAM) on the NJ Board of Physical Therapy Examiners website.
Continuing Education- HVACR Contractors 5 Hour Class
All Licensed Master Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) Contractors are exempt from the Continuing Education (5) five-hour requirement for their first biennial renewal according to N.J.A.C 13:32A-4.1 License Renewal; Continuing Education (CE) Requirement.
All Licensed Master HVACR Contractors renewing for their second biennial of July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2022 renewal, must fulfill the (5) five-hour CE requirement for that cycle.
This requirement must be completed before the July 1, 2020 deadline.
6 CEUs for NJ Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants – Also welcome to attend: Physical Therapy Billing/Coding Personnel
Regular Tuition: $199 – Early Bird through 14 days prior to class: $149. Early Bird Deadlines: November 7 for November 21 class, and December 26 for January 9 class.
Each additional person from same PT office: $99. When registering multiple people from the same office, please be sure to indicate the attendees’ names.
Are you coding procedures properly? Are you really familiar with ICD-10 codes? How well do you know Medicare billing? In other words, are you getting as much reimbursement as possible for the services you are rendering? Could your recordkeeping be better than it is?
In this presentation, David Klein, a certified medical coding and compliance consultant will provide in-depth instruction on how to properly document for maximum and correct reimbursement. He will show you how to correctly and accurately tell the story that reflects treatment being prescribed. He will review the essentials to coding and documentation including how to tell the story of care. He will help practices establish the value of services provided and he will review cash plans, discounts and hardship rules.
The primary goal for the proposed curriculum is to teach healthcare providers and their staff proper medical coding, documentation and compliance techniques that will help with reimbursement issues while reducing risk of audit including healthcare fraud and abuse.
See the webpage for a full list of topics to be covered!
Sorry, no refunds for this class – course credit only.
Founded in 1991, The Institute for Continuing Education offers CE programs to a variety of professions. All Programs have approval for CE credits with their respective board. The Institutes’s sister school, Dental Studies Institute offers Continuing Education programs for Dentists, Registered Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants and Dental Office staff as well as a variety of training programs. For information about these programs, please go to:www.dsi-nj.com.
A Course Confirmation will be automatically generated once you have registered for a class.
Cancellations should be in writing and received no later than 10 business days prior to the program, for a refund minus a $25.00 registration fee. Registrant may opt to choose another program, in which the full course fee will be transferred, if this request is no later than 10 business days prior to a program.
Cancellations received less than 10 days prior to the program will receive a credit slip for another class. The credit slip will be in the amount of the full tuition. No cash or credit card refunds will be issued.
Same day cancellations or failure to show for a program will be responsible for the full tuition and registration fee with no refund or transfer.
If Refund Policy differs for a particular class it will be listed under that course description.
Some courses—especially hands-on courses—may require background knowledge, training, licensing or prerequisites. If there is any question about your eligibility to take a course, you may be contacted after you register. If you have any questions about this in advance of registering, please call the school at (973) 808-1666.
Students must determine their own physical and medical conditions, limitations, and sensitivities, as well as physical and mental fitness, suitability, and capability to participate in programs. All use of equipment, facilities and instruction is undertaken at the student’s own risk. The Institute for Continuing Education (ICE) does not determine a student’s physical or mental fitness, suitability, or capability to participate in a course. A student voluntarily enrolls in classes and hereby holds ICE and its associates harmless to any and all loss, damage or injury to person or property that may occur as a result of participation in a course. Students assume all risks associated with course participation. Please contact your medical doctor if you do not know if a class is suitable for you.