About the Course
November 14, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET
When a patient requires trauma or critical care services, the primary concern for any provider is patient care and treatment. While quality patient care is of upmost importance, documentation of the patient’s condition, sequence of events and the team’s rapid response is necessary in order to demonstrate the high level of resources dedicated to both anticipating needs and providing the care.
The key focus of this course is not on coding or reimbursement; but, rather, the document that allows full recognition of the time, complexity and intensity of resources used when caring for trauma and critical care patients. With the appropriate documentation, hospitals, physicians and advanced-practice professionals can obtain reimbursement for the activation of their trauma team as well as the critical care services provided.
Virginia Gleason is a committed problem-solver who has a diverse background in acute care hospital operations and regulatory compliance with 25+ years of experience in academic, acute care, county, critical access and children’s hospital settings specializing in Case Management, Utilization Review, Compliance and CDI program design, implementation, regulatory guidance and education. She has a proven ability to develop and implement or reinvigorate hospital operations.
Virginia joined nThrive 8 years ago following many years in private practice representing hospitals, health-systems and physician practices. Her legal practice focused exclusively on the complex area of healthcare regulations. She brought not only her legal background but her clinical and administrative experience to her professional consulting career. Her experience in healthcare ranges from bedside nursing, working as a medical practice manager and billing supervisor to the corporate practice of law. Through her broad healthcare background she has developed a professional consulting career in which she is known to provide thoughtful and successful solutions for complex operational and regulatory problems.
Additionally, Virginia is an experienced public speaker and has provided highly rated education for local, state and national organizations in a wide array of healthcare matters. She is a top-rated speaker for ACMA, AHIMA and HFMA with audiences that have included all levels of healthcare professionals from physicians and nurses to CEOs, CFOs, patient financial services and HIM staff.
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Online registration will close at 12:00 PM ET November 13, 2019.
LHMHIMA Members: $20.00
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