What healthcare provider does not need to know about coding and billing? You need this information if you are in business for yourself…AND you need this information if you work for someone else. On Jan 11, 2015, I will be joined by two experts to discuss this very topic. Join us for this free, community webinar on coding and billing at 5pm Pacific. (Check your time zone at http://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/) Watch the video for more information and then register at http://bit.ly/BillingWebinar
As the year draws to a close, many of us reflect back and take stock of where we are, where we have been and we make plans for the future. I am not different. I want to thank you for the amazing opportunities of 2014 along with a few “lessons” to be learned. I am looking for to 2015 on so many levels and I hope to see you along for the journey. Regardless of how you celebrate this season, may you be surrounded by Magic.
Leadership is not something that all advanced practice nurses consider, and yet each and everyone of us is a leader in some capacity. The thing is, with skills, vision, education and coaching you can increase that capacity and effect change in communities, organizations and in yourself. I have the privilege of being a new new advisory board member for the Duke-Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program for advanced practice nurses. I am amazed at what the program offers, with the vision of the Fellows in the program I had the opportunity to meet, the caring and support of the staff, coaches, mentors, and board members. It’s an amazing program for those that want to make a difference on a larger scale. …
Sharing our Gratitude It’s the time of year when you’ll hear and read social media and blog post of things we are grateful for. I have to ask myself why is it we only post these at Thanksgiving, why don’t we post year around? The truth is, all of us could benefit from expressing our gratitude more often – myself included.
Growth is wonderful and sometimes comes with challenges. We’ve seen that in our own practices when suddenly there are more patients that need to be seen than there is hours in the day and providers to see them. Things can sometimes get bogged down. That’s what happened earlier today with the SAGEClinician Podcast.
Being involved in legislative issues is a responsibility for all healthcare providers. It is critical that we protect and advance our practices while protecting and improving access to our patients and clients. Todays update comes from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
The 8 Most Damaging Online Reputation Mistakes made by Healthcare Professionals Just about everyone, at one time or another has made mistakes being online. Reputation is important and has far reaching implications.