Because your practice is your business, it is essential to build a strong foundation in practice operations, quality, and reimbursement to continue to thrive. The ASGE Practice Management Trifecta was developed specifically to provide you with practical solutions and opportunities to continue to succeed in this ever-changing environment.
Join experts in GI practice management, quality and safety, and coding and reimbursement to obtain the essentials you need to foster a high-performing GI practice in 2018. Through presentations, case studies and interactive sessions, course participants will receive critical information that will immediately and positively impact your practice.
GI Practice Management 201
Thursday, November 16, 2017
7:30 am - 5:40 pm
Take a deeper dive into critical issues facing the business side of your endoscopy unit in this new age of healthcare delivery systems. From negotiations to the power of persuasion, this course provides an opportunity to look at GI practice management differently and explore new possibilities in practice operations as we enter into a significantly disrupted healthcare delivery system in gastroenterology.
Improving Quality and Safety in Your Endoscopy Unit
Friday, November 17, 2017
6:30 am - 4:30 pm
This course focuses, in detail, on critical issues in GI, which include defining and measuring quality, techniques to safely make endoscopy more efficient, as well as reprocessing and infection control. The content of this course is dynamic, addressing the fundamentals as well as emerging trends and evidence in GI quality and safety.
The 2018 Gastroenterology Reimbursement and Coding Update
Friday, November 18-19, 2017
7:30 am - 3:00 pm
This course ensures that your practice administrators and coding and billing teams are up-to-date with the latest changes in the physician payment system in order to avoid lost revenue due to errors in coding and billing. This course is designed to help endoscopists and their team enhance their ability to manage their practices through accurate billing, coding, contracting, and revenue cycle management.