ASIPP Virtual Learning Library

Select from our library of on-demand courses. Special rates apply to ASIPP Members Only

Virtual Meetings

Board Review Course

Live Date: July 17-19 and July 24-26, 2020

Description: Comprehensive Review Course in Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management. Curriculum for ABIPP Part I, ABIPP Pathway, and Competency for Physicians and Non-Physicians

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits: 46.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Documentation, Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management

Live Date: October 25-26, 2020

Curriculum For:
– In-Depth Comprehensive Review
– ABIPP Competency
– Allied Professional Certification
– ABIPP Pathway

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD; Harold Cordnere, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits:  21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Imaging Review Course

Live Date: OCTOBER 3-4, 2020

Description: In-depth Comprehensive Imaging Review for Interventional Pain Physicians:

  • Preparation for ABIPP Competency
  • Examination in Fluoroscopic Safety

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Sheri Albers, DO; Kent Remley, MD; Art Watanabe, MD; Rajiv Gupta, PhD, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits: 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Board Review Course

Live Date: July 17-19 and July 24-26, 2020

Description: Comprehensive Review Course in Pain Medicine and Interventional Pain Management. Curriculum for ABIPP Part I, ABIPP Pathway, and Competency for Physicians and Non-Physicians

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits: 46.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Documentation, Coding, Compliance, and Practice Management

Live Date: October 25-26, 2020

Curriculum For:
– In-Depth Comprehensive Review
– ABIPP Competency
– Allied Professional Certification
– ABIPP Pathway

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD; Harold Cordnere, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits:  21 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Imaging Review Course

Live Date: OCTOBER 3-4, 2020

Description: In-depth Comprehensive Imaging Review for Interventional Pain Physicians:

  • Preparation for ABIPP Competency
  • Examination in Fluoroscopic Safety

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Sheri Albers, DO; Kent Remley, MD; Art Watanabe, MD; Rajiv Gupta, PhD, MD

Schedule: PDF

Credits: 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Special Rate: $150

Virtual Webinars

Orofacial Pain

Live Date: December 06, 2019

Description: An informative webinar on Orofacial Pain. Pain in the head, face, and teeth is one of the most common pain complaints. An overview on how to approach the orofacial pain patient is presented here.

  • How to diagnose and evaluate TMJ
  • How to diagnose and treat clenching and grinding
  • How to diagnose and treat trigeminal neuralgia
  • How to diagnose and treat atypical facial pain
  •  Medical pain management and interventional techniques will be outlined and taught
  • You will learn how to perform an efficient orofacial pain exam in your office.

Speaker: Dr. Marisa Chang
Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

Proactive Auditing

Live Date: December 4, 2021

Description:

As individuals we have undergone many changes in our day-to-day life in 2020. Changes are also coming to our professional lives. Major changes impacting Evaluation and Management (EM) coding in 2021 are around the corner as well as the addition of items to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Workplan that may impact pain management providers. 
 
Effective training and education as well as monitoring and auditing are elements of an effective compliance plan.  Now is the time to develop and maintain a proactive auditing program. 
 
We will discuss the benefits of monitoring and auditing as related to in-person EM encounters and forecasting revenue changes in 2021 as well as telemedicine visits.
 
Documentation of medical necessity remains an area requiring ongoing focus by means of education and training to match the ever-changing payer regulations. Other topics include recent reports related to facet procedures and, of course, urine drug testing documentation and the relationship of these issues to ongoing monitoring of auditing. 

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Speaker: Amy Turner, RN BSN MMHC CPC CHC CHIAP

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

Fraud And Abuse

Live Date: July 17-19 and July 24-26, 2020

Description:

Scott Grubman, Former Federal
Healthcare Fraud Prosecutor Who Now Defends Healthcare Providers, Discusses The False Claims Act And What You Can Expect With The New Administration.
 
In fiscal year 2019, the federal government obtained over $2.5 billion from healthcare providers in connection with the federal False Claims Act (FCA). The FCA, which has its origins in the Civil War, has been described the government’s number one fraud fighting tool, and has led to multi-billion dollar annual recoveries each year for the last decade.
 
Although 2020 was plagued by the COVID pandemic, which certainly affected government enforcement priorities, the FCA remained a powerful weapon in the government’s enforcement arsenal even during the COVID pandemic. Although the 2020 statistics have not released, stakeholders expect another multi-billion dollar year for FCA recoveries.
 
This webinar, presented by a former federal healthcare fraud prosecutor who now defends healthcare providers in connection with government investigations, will include an overview of the FCA, a discussion of FCA enforcement activity in the healthcare space, and what to expect under the new administration.

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Speaker:

Scott R. Grubman
Partner at Chilivis Grubman Dalbey & Warner, LLP
 

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

Orofacial Pain

Live Date: December 06, 2019

Description: An informative webinar on Orofacial Pain. Pain in the head, face, and teeth is one of the most common pain complaints. An overview on how to approach the orofacial pain patient is presented here.

  • How to diagnose and evaluate TMJ
  • How to diagnose and treat clenching and grinding
  • How to diagnose and treat trigeminal neuralgia
  • How to diagnose and treat atypical facial pain
  •  Medical pain management and interventional techniques will be outlined and taught
  • You will learn how to perform an efficient orofacial pain exam in your office.

Speaker: Dr. Marisa Chang
Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

Proactive Auditing

Live Date: December 4, 2021

Description:

As individuals we have undergone many changes in our day-to-day life in 2020. Changes are also coming to our professional lives. Major changes impacting Evaluation and Management (EM) coding in 2021 are around the corner as well as the addition of items to the Office of Inspector General (OIG) Workplan that may impact pain management providers. 
 
Effective training and education as well as monitoring and auditing are elements of an effective compliance plan.  Now is the time to develop and maintain a proactive auditing program. 
 
We will discuss the benefits of monitoring and auditing as related to in-person EM encounters and forecasting revenue changes in 2021 as well as telemedicine visits.
 
Documentation of medical necessity remains an area requiring ongoing focus by means of education and training to match the ever-changing payer regulations. Other topics include recent reports related to facet procedures and, of course, urine drug testing documentation and the relationship of these issues to ongoing monitoring of auditing. 

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Speaker: Amy Turner, RN BSN MMHC CPC CHC CHIAP

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

Fraud And Abuse

Live Date: July 17-19 and July 24-26, 2020

Description:

Scott Grubman, Former Federal
Healthcare Fraud Prosecutor Who Now Defends Healthcare Providers, Discusses The False Claims Act And What You Can Expect With The New Administration.
 
In fiscal year 2019, the federal government obtained over $2.5 billion from healthcare providers in connection with the federal False Claims Act (FCA). The FCA, which has its origins in the Civil War, has been described the government’s number one fraud fighting tool, and has led to multi-billion dollar annual recoveries each year for the last decade.
 
Although 2020 was plagued by the COVID pandemic, which certainly affected government enforcement priorities, the FCA remained a powerful weapon in the government’s enforcement arsenal even during the COVID pandemic. Although the 2020 statistics have not released, stakeholders expect another multi-billion dollar year for FCA recoveries.
 
This webinar, presented by a former federal healthcare fraud prosecutor who now defends healthcare providers in connection with government investigations, will include an overview of the FCA, a discussion of FCA enforcement activity in the healthcare space, and what to expect under the new administration.

Course Directors: Laxmaiah Manchikanti, MD; Harold Cordner, MD; Amol Soin, MD; Hans Hansen, MD

Speaker:

Scott R. Grubman
Partner at Chilivis Grubman Dalbey & Warner, LLP
 

Credits: 1.5 CEUs

Length: 90 minutes

Special Rate: $150

American Society of Interventional Pain Physicans

81 Lakeview Drive. Paducah KY 42001 | Ph: 270-554-9412, ext. 4220 | Fax: 270-554-5394

For meeting information: Email Melinda Martin or call 270-554-9412 ext: 4215