Family Medicine on Demand 2021 includes recorded sessions from the 2021 We Are Family (Medicine) virtual conference that you can access online anytime. This video-based CME activity offers up to 36 credits of AAPA Category 1 CME on topics like ocular pathology, infectious diseases such as COVID-19, leadership roles, and more. It is ideal for…
Family Medicine on Demand 2021 includes recorded sessions from the 2021 We Are Family (Medicine) virtual conference. This video-based CME activity offers up to 36.0 AAPA Category 1 CME credits from ocular pathology, to infectious diseases such as COVID-19, to leadership roles and more, all on demand. This is ideal for those of all experience…
These activities explore the fundamental concepts and terminology in the practice of virtual medicine, provide a comprehensive overview of the CMS telehealth guideline updates, highlight a detailed outline of the documentation and coding requirements for telehealth and telephonic services, cover potential legal pitfalls of telemedicine, and describe the benefits and barriers in virtual practice.
A new code structure for new and established outpatient E/M services is in effect beginning January 1, 2021. The new structure relies on medical decision-making or time for proper code selection. This activity explores the relationship between medical
Clinical Dialogue: Current Evidence and Controversies in COVID-19: Discussion on Best Practices Amid Changing Evidence
With the current COVID-19 pandemic, clinicians are placed in a difficult position of staying abreast of the ever-changing landscape of complexities that this virus presents. To support PAs’ understanding of COVID-19, this activity provides an overview
PAIN COACH—Pain Assessments and INterventions to Consider in Older Adult Care for Healthcare Providers
By listening to these podcasts, you can learn how to reduce serious adverse outcomes resulting from inappropriate prescribing, misuse, and abuse of opioid analgesics, while managing chronic pain in older adults.
Although the impact of influenza varies, it places a substantial burden on the health of people in the United States each year. PAs, NPs, primary care physicians, and other healthcare professionals can identify and help manage influenza in the community.
Chronic pain is an under-recognized and under-resourced public health problem with devastating impact. In the United States, chronic pain represents more years lost to disability than cancer, heart attacks, and diabetes combined. Chronic low back pain