Long Island Practice Summit: 2018

March 24-25, 2018 at the Radisson Hotel in Hauppauge, NY

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For the third time, TLD Systems and Sammy Systems have teamed up to sponsor a two-day event March 24th and 25th (Saturday/Sunday) at the Radisson Long Island Hotel in Hauppauge, NY. As in previous years there are clinical lectures, workshops, Sammy staff workshops and SamNotes for doctors tracks.


Where is the conference?

Radisson Hotel Hauppauge (formerly Upsky Hotel)

We have arranged for a special rate of $119 / night for March 23rd and March 24th.  Call the hotel directly (631) 231 -1100 to make the reservation and mention code “CME”.


How much does it cost to attend?

  • Sammy and Clinical Workshops – $259 per day per attendee or $499 for the entire weekend per attendee
  • NY State Narcotic Prescribing Course – $59 (included for those attending both Saturday and Sunday)

How do I sign up for the conference?

The sign up options are below.  Select the appropriate option from the drop down list and click ‘Buy Now’ under the option you are selecting.
Please contact our finance team with any questions regarding signup.


Attending Full Conference – Saturday and Sunday

Select your track preference for each day below. The NY State Narcotic Prescribing Course on Saturday night is automatically included with this option.


Attending Saturday Only: Select your track


Attending Sunday Only: Select your track



Add-on NY State Narcotic Prescribing Course

This option is included automatically if you signed up for the entire weekend.

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Clinical Workshops (Saturday)

Saturday: Clinical Workshop Track 1 DME: Proper techniques for providing DME and ensuring quality of care while remaining compliant with CMS DME regulations

This hands on workshop will go into detail on how to provide quality DME products for patients; entire process from patient evaluation;  obtaining a quality impression; dispensing the DME and documentation for quality longitudinal care. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from OHI.

Non Invasive Vascular Testing

This workshop will go into detail on identification of patients who are indicated for non invasive vascular testing; the process of completing the test; documentation of the test results; proper follow up treatments to obtain optimal outcomes for patients with peripheral vascular disease. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from Biomedix.

Proper Documentation of Patient Care

This workshop will cover the proper documentation of  patients care to ensure quality longitudinal care.  This will be an interactive session with questions and answers.  You are encouraged to bring your real world issues of documentation and how your documentation supports your coding and longitudinal care.  This will enable you to manage your risk related to your patient records.

Biopsy Workshop

This workshop will go over the process of indicating a patient for a biopsy; the choice of biopsy technique based upon the clinical presentation of the lesion; the process of completing the biopsy to ensure that the pathologist will be in the best position to provide an accurate assessment of the specimen. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from Bako Diagnostics.

Saturday: Clinical Workshop Track 2 Non Invasive Vascular Testing

This workshop will go into detail on identification of patients who are indicated for non invasive vascular testing; the process of completing the test; documentation of the test results; proper follow up treatments to obtain optimal outcomes for patients with peripheral vascular disease. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from Biomedix.

DME :  Proper techniques for providing DME and ensuring quality of care while remaining compliant with CMS DME regulations

This informative hands on workshop will go into detail on how to provide quality DME products for patients; the entire process from patient evaluation;  obtaining a quality impression; dispensing the DME; documentation for quality longitudinal care. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from OHI.

Podiatric Dermatology Update

This workshop will take a deep dive on Nail Unit Melanoma and Lichen Planus, two conditions that may present in a Podiatry office.  The anatomy, progression, and clinical prognosis of these conditions will be reviewed along with appropriate therapeutic options. This activity is made possible due to an unrestricted educational grant from The Rhett Foundation for the Advancement of Podiatric Medical Education.

Proper Documentation of Patient Care

This workshop will cover the proper documentation of  patients care to ensure quality longitudinal care.  This will be an interactive session with questions and answers.  You are encouraged to bring your real world issues of documentation and how your documentation supports your coding and longitudinal care.  This will enable you to manage your risk related to your patient records.

Saturday Evening NY State Narcotic Prescribing Course Prescribers licensed in New York to treat humans and who have a DEA registration number to prescribe controlled substances, as well as medical residents who prescribe controlled substances under a facility DEA registration number must complete at least three (3) hours of course work or training in pain management, palliative care, and addiction.

Clinical Workshops (Sunday)

Sunday: Clinical Workshop Track 1 Faculty and Topics

Through a series of lectures and interactive discussions the program will provide you with a road map to providing Podiatric Primary Care and optomizing outcomes in terms of patient results practice results and financial results.

  • Matthew Feldman JD: Avoiding Legal Issues and Pitfalls that might negatively impact your license to practice Podiatry.
  • David Freedman DPM: Novel approaches to the treatment of musculoskeletal problems in the foot with oral supplements
  • Allen Jacobs DPM: Medical Legal Issues and Ethical Dilemmas faced in Podiatric Practice
  • Warren Joseph DPM:  Update of the treatment of common Podiatric Infections and best practices
  • Michael Warshaw DPM: Billing and Coding, how do bill and code properly, and be appropriately paid for the services you provide.

 

Sammy Workshops (Saturday/Sunday)

The Sammy tracks and content are the same for both Saturday and Sunday. There will be 2 rooms; one for the Sammy workshop, and one for the SamNotes workshop.
Sammy workshops for Staff
  • End of Day Report
  • Using the Green $ for copay and on account $
  • Accounting Ledger report and its many uses
  • Billing and posting tips (modifiers, LCDs, macros, repeat claims, view content for $0 payments, claim correction, kicklists, fix it wizard, set posting dates)
  • Financial A and C report differences
  • End of Month report
  • Basic notes for staff
  • Updates to MIPS for 2018
  • New product review
  • Q&A
SamNotes workshops for Doctors
  • Mycotic nails
  • Routine foot care setup and use
  • Underutilized features in SamNotes (Vnotes, Vexams, chart labels, create template from note, annotations)
  • Template design (naming of add-ons, question marks, looping)
  • Edit exam listings
  • Dashboard
  • Chief complaint (setup, templates exams, default views)
  • Settings (sort list, remote TX codes and DX codes, export to Word, list format for exams, SOAP titles, show patient chart alerts, DOB in patient search, auto click, long version, default for device
  • Bill from note (BFN)
  • Referring doctor letters (different doctor letters / letterheads)
  • Q&A

 

 

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