Education & Events
Mount Carmel Health Partners offers its members ongoing educational opportunities. Some classes are available as CME opportunities for physicians and advance practice providers, while other offerings are geared toward practice staff. These educational opportunities help ensure that our members are up-to-date on important industry topics, equipped with the most up-to-date knowledge in the areas of care transformation, business operations, technological advances and more. These opportunities are also here to help our members provide safe, high-quality care. See below for details about upcoming events and available educational materials.
All practices must understand the importance of safety in the workplace, and this course will assist you in being prepared for the when, not the if, of an OSHA inspection. No medical office can risk being deemed non-compliant and fined tens of thousands of dollars. This course, presented by Kathy Rooker of Columbus Healthcare and Safety Consultants, is a must for office managers and safety officers.
Mount Carmel St. Ann's
500 South Cleveland Avenue
Conference Center B, Maternity Pavilion
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Light breakfast will be served.
Advancing the Medical Neighborhood: Strengthening PCP-Specialist Coordination to Achieve Triple Aim
Tomi Ogundimu and Veena Lanka- The Advisory Board
With a new administration firmly in place and efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) underway, health systems find themselves confronting newfound uncertainty. In light of a market that is shifting more proactive patient management outside the hospital and demanding higher-value care- not just high quality care- the conventional quality path that most hospitals are on is no longer sufficient.
Health System leaders increasingly look to the medical neighborhood to link specialists with primary care medical homes. Providing patients with the comprehensive, seamless experience expected of a medical neighborhood requires continuous communication, including collaboration on care plans and clearly defined patient management responsibilities. Highlighting case studies from provider networks across the country, this presentation will give an overview of the medical neighborhood model and tactics for enhancing coordination within the neighborhood to improve patient access and reliability of care.
- Review the importance of coordination, enhanced access, and continuous accountability within the medical neighborhood
- Analyze how providers advance care team capabilities and processes to facilitate PCP-specialist collaboration and in-network referrals
- Evaluate key imperatives to transform a quality strategy that delivers better care to patients, reduces cost, and engages physicians
Creekside Conference & Event Center
101 Mill Street, #300
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers
Diane Zucker, Healthcare Management and Reimbursement Consultant, will discuss the following topics:
- CPT coding updates for 2018 and a review of prevention and modifiers
- Review of Medicare and Medicaid changes for 2018
- Review of ICD 10 coding changes for 2018
Mount Carmel East
6001 East Broad Street
Siegel Center West
Thursday, November 30, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Light breakfast will be served.
This seminar is approved for AAPC and CEU credits.
Mount Carmel Health Partners' 2016 Annual Meeting and CME Event took place on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. A brief business meeting was conducted by Daniel Wendorff, MD, Health Partners President and Medical Director. Matthew Stevens, Senior Director with the The Advisory Board Company presented, "MACRA: Strategic Implications for Provider Organizations." A video of this event can be accessed here.