About the Symposium
In Hawai‘i, trauma injuries are responsible for more deaths of children and young adults, ages 1 through 40, than all other causes combined. Among residents of all ages, injury is the third leading cause of death, both locally and nationally. On an average week in Hawai‘i, 13 residents die from an injury, another 109 are hospitalized, and nearly 1,600 others are treated in emergency departments.
While fatal injuries represent less than 1% of all injuries requiring medical attention; the majority of non-fatal injuries have the greatest public health implications. This includes human suffering, long term disabilities, productive life years lost, and a staggering financial cost for medical treatment and care. The physical, emotional, economic, and societal burden of trauma is one we all share.
In Hawai‘i, our unique trauma system is led by the Emergency Medical Services and Injury
Prevention System Branch of the Department of Health to ensure a coordinated approach for providing optimal care of injured patients across our island communities. They also help sponsor our annual Hawaiian Islands Trauma Symposium; a two-day program of cutting-edge, evidencebased presentations and discussions directed at a wide variety of current issues related to care of the trauma patient. Our multidisciplinary faculty of locally and nationally renowned leaders will undoubtedly expand your knowledge in the ever evolving field of Trauma.
We hope you join our comprehensive mix of pre-hospital providers, trauma technicians, nurses, therapists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, trauma program personnel, physicians, and other health care professionals. You each play an essential role in our unique trauma system and the care of Hawai‘i’s injured patients, whether kama‘aina or malihini. Welina mai.
There have been numerous changes to Medicare hospice billing regulations in recent years. This webinar will take billers step-by-step through these changes. It will also provide examples of how hospices have successfully dealt with these changes and are effectively conducting physician billing. The most recent reimbursement changes will be addressed, including high/low routine homecare rate reimbursement and Service Intensity Add-On (SIA).
Key issues that hospice billers regularly deal with include face-to-face requirements, how they affect hospice billing, and the aggregate CAP self-reporting requirement. A review of specific physician billing codes for palliative care will also be addressed to expand your agency’s knowledge of a possible new program. In addition, the current HIS transmission requirements and the impact of noncompliance on reimbursement will be covered.
Join the Safe States Alliance and fellow injury and violence prevention professionals this fall in beautiful, historic Charleston, South Carolina for Safe States 2018: Renew. Resolve. Realize. This year’s Annual Meeting will provide opportunities to Renew passion, Resolve to strengthen, and Realize goals related to injury and violence prevention.
“The best one day conference in Hawai‘i”
– past physician participant
500 participants from all areas of medicine, including MD’s, DO’s, Dentists, Allied Health, APRNs, PAs, Office Managers, and more!
To become a sponsor or exhibitor, please contact Lacey Figueroa at email@example.com or call 808-692-0805
Early Registration by 6/11/18: $425
Regular Registration by 8/1/18: $500
Only 50 Exhibitor Tables Available
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