Wed28Jul20216:00 pm - 8:00 pmZoom
On Wednesday, July 28, 2021, from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, we will be hosting a live, virtual CME session about implicit bias.
Implicit Bias Training
The learning objectives are:
- Define what implicit bias is and how it works;
- Understand how implicit bias plays a role in healthcare, everyday life and the work of CAFP.
- Normalize the fact that we are all biased while striving to be better.
- Learn and discuss strategies to reduce implicit bias.
The presenter is Roxi Radi, MD, MPH. Dr. Radi provides primary care through Denver Health’s Lowry Family Medicine FQHC, and is very passionate about the patients and community she serves. Dr. Radi is also a Public Health Faculty Fellow, and continues to provide full-spectrum care through Denver Health while pursuing her MPH in Health Systems, Policy and Management. Dr. Radi has volunteered in the healthcare systems of China, Chile and Kenya and is passionate about using her skills and experiences to improve the health of all Americans, especially the undeserved in Colorado. As a Suboxone provider in a primary care setting, she is committed to finding ways to promote and fund these services as the front line of the opioid epidemic.
There is no cost for CAFP members. Registration through this form is mandatory to receive a zoom link.
The AAFP has reviewed Implicit Bias and deemed it acceptable for up to 2.00 Online Only, Live AAFP Prescribed credit. Term of Approval is from 07/28/2021 to 07/28/2021. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Wed04Aug20217:30 - 8:30 amOnline (registration required)
On Wednesday, August 25, at 12:15 p.m., we are co-hosting with CORHIO a Live, Virtual CME event focused on improving risk coding.
Steps to Improve Risk Coding for Accurate Reimbursements Description
Description: Managing financial risk is challenging. Documentation and coding are foundational to success. Join this session to learn more about how to improve documentation and coding accuracy for accurate risk score calculation.
Invite your team to join the session as it will cover the following aspects of coding and reimbursement:
- High-level insight into risk-based models
- Impact of low Risk Adjustment Factor (RAF) scores
- Documentation guidelines – the do’s and don’ts
- Strategies for improving documentation and frequent inaccuracies to avoid
- What an RADV audit entails
- How documentation can improve coding
- Increase understanding of risk-based models, what’s required to succeed, and how to manage performance.
- Gain insight into key aspects of documentation that can be improved and issues to avoid for risk-based contracts.
- Understand a RADV audit and what to expect.
- Learn how documentation can improve risk score accuracy.
There is no cost for CAFP members. Register at this link.
The AAFP has reviewed “Steps to Improve Risk Coding for Accurate Reimbursements” and deemed it acceptable for up to 1.00 Online Only, Live AAFP Prescribed credit. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The AAFP and CAFP invite you to join family physicians from across the country at the Congress of Delegates and Family Medicine Experience.
Note that the Congress of Delegates runs from September 27-29 and Family Medicine Experience Runs from September 28-October 2.
Wed06Oct20217:30 - 8:30 amOnline (registration required)
Sat13Nov20218:30 am - 3:45 pmColorado Academy of Family Physicians, 2224 S. Fraser Street, Unit 1, Aurora, CO 80014
Organizer: Erin Watwood, 303-696-6655 x 114, email@example.com
CAFP Board Meetings are open to the public. Please contact Erin Watwood if you are not on the board and plan to attend.