ACPNJ 2019 Scientific Meeting Highlights
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ACPNJ Chapter News Digest
The ACP New Jersey Chapter Scientific Meeting is right around the corner – March 3, 2017, and I would like to invite you to be a part of it by becoming an exhibitor or sponsor. I am happy to inform you that we are returning to the Renaissance Newark Airport Hotel in Elizabeth, NJ. We…Read More →
Influenza, the flu, is a serious disease, especially for older adults. The flu may lead to hospitalization or even death. Symptoms can include: fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches and fatigue. Though most people with the flu will recover witing a few days, older adults are at high risk of developing serious flu-related complications.Read More →
New Jersey will retain its position as one of 14 regions selected for participation in the CMS Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) initiative, scheduled to launch in January, 2017. CPC+ is an advanced primary care medical home delivery and payment model that builds on the Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative (CPCi) program, which began in 2012…Read More →
The New Jersey Chapter of the American College of Physicians (ACPNJ) is partnering with the national Center for Quality at ACP and the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians (NJAFP) to offer a nine-month quality improvement (QI) project with primary care physicians focused on managing chronic pain. We will leverage the ACP Center for Quality’s resources…Read More →
Preventing Influenza – Reaching Your Patients 65+ and Feeling Confident for the Upcoming 2016-2016 Season Date: August 9, 2016 Time: 2:30PM ET/ 1:30 PM CT Join ACP for a webinar focused on influenza and vaccinating your patients over 65 years. Dr. William Schaffner, MD, MACP, Professor of Preventive Medicine and the Chairman of the Department…Read More →
By Dr. C. Michael Soppet As we approach influenza season, here are a few specific coding and payment items to make sure you receive the maximum allowable reimbursement for vaccines, and their administration. 1. Don’t forget Modifier 25 Many of you are aware of the 1996 Medicare and Medicaid Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI or CCI).…Read More →