Seminar/Event Detail

Bootcamp on Research Billing Compliance

Date/Time: 08 July 2015, 9am - 3pm
Speaker: Kelly Willenberg
Speaker Affiliation: unknown
Venue: UH Cancer Center, Sullivan Center
For more info: sfujioka@Queens.Org

Description: Introduction, overview and federal regulation on research billing compliance and Medicare Coverage Analysis.

This is the bootcamp that she usually does quarterly on the mainland. It is open to everyone at QMC, Hawaii Cancer Consortium and JABSOM.

Kelly is hoping to see everyone of our clinical research and research billing community there. This means please send appropriate staff from registration, coding, billing, research coordinators, research nurses, principal investigators, compliance, IT, DLS, HPL, Radiology Associates, OnCare.

WHERE: UH Cancer Center Sullivan Conference Room

WHEN: Wed July 8 and Thurs July 9
WHEN: All Day, exact times TBD, likely 9 am to 3 pm.

FOOD and PARKING: are being provided.

Please RSVP with Sherry by Thursday, July 2, 2015
sfujioka@Queens.Org

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