In partnership with Alliant Quality, the South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) will be hosting a quicknar on Promoting Interoperability (PI).
During this session, facilitators will discuss:
- PI Measures and changes
- The four objective areas: ePrescribing, Health Information Exchange (HIE), Provider to Patient Exchange, and Public Health and Clinical Data Exchange
- PI Scoring Methodology
- How to identify potential problem areas
Register today to learn more!
This event features members of the SCORH Team that work regularly with small practices to help them succeed with MIPS. The team will lead discussions around strategies for success and will be available for Individual Consultations.
SCORH Grant Writing Workshop
Join SCORH staff and other content experts at Seabrook Island’s unique St. Christopher Camp & Conference Center (https://stchristopher.org/who-we-are/) for this two day workshop. This workshop will fully prepare those looking to develop their skills for successful HRSA grant planning, writing, management and sustainability. Our all-inclusive lodging and meal rate is $50.
Join us on August 13th– 14th in Lexington, SC for an interactive 2-day training which is intended for healthcare practitioners, medical billers, coders, auditors, office managers and IT professionals involved with authoring clinical documentation, generating E&M progress notes, auditing professional physician service claims and maintaining a healthy revenue cycle. The primary course focus will emphasis documentation guidelines set forth by CMS for reporting Evaluation and Management services (E&M), as defined by CPT. The curriculum will provide attendees with a strong grasp of Evaluation and Management auditing, coding and documentation techniques.
This workshop will have 11 CEUs approved by AAPC and ArchProCoding. In addition, the workshop will also have 10 CME credits available!
Please join us for our 23rd Annual Rural Health Conference in Charleston, SC! As an attendee, you will gain a wealth of information on rural topics and have time to network with colleagues from all across the state!
Together SC is pleased to announce a new learning opportunity designed especially for leaders of rural nonprofits.
WHAT IS IT?
A training program designed to address the needs specific to nonprofit organizations located in rural towns and/or that serve a rural population. These nonprofits should have an annual operating budget of less than $100,000 and no more than two full-time employees.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Executive Directors, Staff, Board Members, and Volunteers (18+) of small, volunteer-led, and rural-located nonprofit organizations are encouraged to attend this program together.
∙ $15 each attendee
∙ Bring 3 attendees from the same organization and get a 4th attendee FREE. Just use the “FourthPersonIsFree” promo-code at checkout!